Two recently published books were either co-authored or authored by faculty members at Cal State Fullerton.
Terry Saenz, professor of human communication studies, has co-authored “Working With Interpreters and Translators: A Guide for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists,” published this month by Plural Publishing Inc.
Terri Snyder, professor of American studies, authored “The Power to Die: Slavery and Suicide in British North America,” published in August by University of Chicago Press. In an online interview about the publication “The Way of Improvement Leads Home,” Snyder said that she was prompted to write the book after finding accounts of suicide in county court records from 17th- and 18th-century Virginia.
Snyder also authored a chapter titled “Jane Webb and Her Family: Life Stories and the Law in Early Virginia” in “Virginia Women: Their Lives and Times,” the first of two volumes, published in April by University of Georgia Press, as well as the article, “Women, Race and the Law in Early America,” published in August in American History: Oxford Research Encyclopedias.