Buried Communities: Wordsworth and the Bonds of Mourning
Kurt Fosso, associate professor of English, analyzes the social relationship between mourning and community in William Wordsworth’s writings from 1785 to 1814.
State University of New York Press, 2004. 292 pages. $55.
Chinese Visions of Family and State, 1915-1953
Susan Glosser, associate professor of history and department chair, examines the link between family order and national salvation and how it affected state-building in China.
University of California Press, 2003. 296 pages. $50.
A Vast and Open Plain: The Writings of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in North Dakota, 1804-1806
Clay Jenkinson, humanities scholar in residence, edits the journal entries written by members of the Corps of Discovery during their time within the borders of present-day North Dakota.
State Historical Society of North Dakota, 2003. 648 pages. Hardcover: $50. Softcover: $35.
Clinical Supervision: Building Chemical Dependency Counselor Skills
Gordon Lindbloom, associate professor of counseling psychology, offers manuals for participants and instructors that focus on the teaching and mentoring aspects of clinical supervision in addiction treatment settings. Coauthors are Thomas Ten Eyck and Steven Gallon.
Northwest Frontier Addiction technology Transfer Center, Oregon Health & Science University, 2003. Participant’s manual: 138 pages. $35. Instructor’s manual: 128 pages. Free.
Eva Emery Dye: Romance With the West
Sheri Bartlett Browne ’86 pens a new biography of Eva Emery Dye (1855-1947), an Oregon writer whose books on the conquest of the West helped shape an entire generation’s understanding of American history and Manifest Destiny. Today, she is best remembered for The Conquest, a fictional work that romanticized the Lewis and Clark Expedition and introduced a new American heroine, Sacagawea.
Oregon State University Press, 2004. 186 pages. $25.
Hood River Valley: Land of Plenty
Janet Cook ’88 and photographer Peter Marbach chronicle the history, scenery, and bounty of Oregon’s Hood River Valley.
Beautiful America Publishing Company, 2003. 80 pages. $22.
Compassion in Dying: Stories of Dignity and Choice
Barbara Coombs Lee J.D. ’89 edits stories of individuals who met death in their own way by making their own choices.
NewSage Press, 2003. 176 pages. $12.
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