Book Brings Geographic, Spatial Dynamics Data Into Disease Planning

When the threat of disease looms, analyzing its geographic and spatial dynamics might not spring to mind as a priority. However, a new book co-edited by UNC Charlotte researcher Eric Delmelle suggests that such analysis should move up the list of significant issues to consider.

New Work Unites Sustainability Issues, Early Modern Literature

In a work that unites early modern literature and sustainability issues, UNC Charlotte researcher Jennifer Munroe has released a new co-edited collection of essays, Ecological Approaches to Early Modern Texts: A Field Guide to Reading and Teaching.

English Faculty Member Wins National Literary Prize for Book on Henry Dumas

UNC Charlotte English professor Jeffrey Leak has won the top award for a nonfiction book from The Black Caucus of the American Library Association, Inc. for his critically acclaimed work, Visible Man: The Life of Henry Dumas.

English Faculty Member Receives Prestigious Award for Book On Critical Digital Literacies

UNC Charlotte Assistant Professor of English JuliAnna Ávila and her co-editor Jessica Zacher Pandya have received the prestigious 2014 Edward B. Fry Book Award for their book that explores the intersection of critical and digital literacies and the impact on students and teachers.

UNC Charlotte Ph.D. Student's Writing Weaves Stories of People's Lives

History is woven from the threads of people’s lives. For UNC Charlotte student, writer, researcher and historian Chuck McShane, the ability to tease out one thread has led to another, and another, and yet another – resulting in a book, magazine articles and academic research projects.

Researcher Shares Lessons From His Lab in "Lab Animal" Journal

In the column "Careers and Recruitment" in the August 2015 issue of the journal Lab Animal, Biological Sciences faculty member Shan Yan shared his growth and accomplishments as a researcher and teacher

Historian Receives Midwestern History Association Prize for Best Book

UNC Charlotte historian Aaron Shapiro has received The Midwestern History Association’s annual Jon Gjerde Prize for the best book on a Midwestern history topic for his book "The Lure of the North Woods: Cultivating Tourism in the Upper Midwest."

New Book Considers Influence of Literature on Walt Disney

In a work that explores the influence of literature on Walt Disney and his creativity, Mark West, chair of the English Department, has co-edited and contributed to the recently released "Walt Disney, from Reader to Storyteller: Essays on the Literary Inspirations."

College Researchers, Authors Publish 32 Books in 2014

Authors in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences in 2014 researched, wrote and edited 32 books on an array of topics including primates of Vietnam, trends in drug use and distribution, Hispanic children’s literature, middle class white anti-racism, stalled peacemaking in Israel and Palestine, the meltdown of the middle class, the U.S. Court of Appeals, HIV/AIDS, ethics, and reality TV and discourse analysis.

Miller's Book Considers Language of Adult Immigrants, Role of Agency

UNC Charlotte English professor Elizabeth R. Miller interviewed 18 adult immigrant small business owners about their experiences learning and using English in their places of work, to form the foundation for her new book, The Language of Adult Immigrants: Agency in the Making.
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