Faculty Books

Saint Mary's faculty enrich their teaching and contribute to the community of scholars through research and publishing activities.

Financial Crises and Recession in the Global Economy, Third Edition, 2009

Roy E. Allen, School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA)

In this newly revised and updated edition, Allen documents and explains major financial instabilities and trends across the global economy since the 1970s, including the crisis that began in 2008 and the long boom preceding it.

Undermining Race: Ethnic Identity in Arizona Copper Camps, 1880–1920, 2009

Phylis Martinelli, School of Liberal Arts (SOLA )

The author re-examines the history of race, immigration and labor in the copper industry in Arizona, focusing on Italian immigrants and their relationships with Anglo, Mexican and Spanish miners (and at times with blacks, Asian Americans and Native Americans).

Stalker Girl, 2010

Rosemary Graham, SOLA

This young adult novel is about a girl whose curiosity about her ex-boyfriend’s new love interest starts a little harmless online research and spirals out of control.

Crown of Dust, 2010

Mary Volmer, SOLA

Disguised as a boy, a young girl runs from her past into the rough and tumble Gold Rush-era town of Motherlode. She is the first to strike gold and finds herself fighting to protect her secrets and her life. In the process, she also discovers friendship, redemption and even love.

Cohen's Law, 2010

Stephen Sloane, SOLA

The book's intrepid hero stumbles through life, hunting for that most elusive prize of all — happiness. On the way, He tries to make sense of a nonsensical world, rejecting expectations of family, religious belief, scientific method, lessons of education, comforts of wealth, illumination of literature and wisdom of philosophy. How can he achieve a goal that eludes so many?

Literacy Leadership to Support Reading Improvement Intervention Programs and Balanced Instruction, 2011

Professor Mary Kay Moskal, Kalmanovitz School of Education (KSOE)

Packed with vivid examples from actual schools, this book explores specific ways literacy leaders can partner with teachers
to meet all students’ instructional needs.

Corporate Governance Failures: The Role of institutional Investors in the Global Crises, 2011.

James P. Hawley, Shyam J. Kamath and Andrew T. Williams, SEBA

This collection addresses the largely unexamined role of large institutional investors in the recent global financial crisis and how shareholding organizations exposed themselves and their clients to risky investment tools, failed to effectively monitor them, and ignored corporate governance principles and best practices.

"Towards a New Political Economy of Central Banking," a chapter in After the Crisis: Rethinking Finance, edited by Thomas Lagoarde-Segot, 2010.

Roy E. Allen and Kristine Chase, SEBA

The contributors to this book illustrate new paths in economic research by examining the 2007-2010 financial crisis from perspectives that fall outside the conventional theoretical paradigm and , by virtue of their nonconformity, provide a fresh viewpoint.

Audits of Banks, Savings Institutions, Credit Unions, and other Financial Institutions, Third edition; American Institute of Certified Public accountants (AICPA), 2011

Professor Tom Cleveland, SEBA

A continuing professional education self-study.

"Locating the United States in Twentieth-Century World History" in Essays on Twentieth century History, edited by Michael Peter Adas for the American Historical Association, 2010

Carl Guarneri, SOLA

The contributions in this collection cover key themes, the literature and debates in American history from 1870 through the early 2000s, all by leading historians with expertise in the wide variety of sub-fields explored.

“Selected Poems” in Days I Moved through Ordinary Sounds: The Teachers of WritersCorps in Poetry and Prose, edited by Chad Sweeney, 2009

Christopher Sindt, SOLA

This collection documents 15 years of the National
WritersCorps program, a successful experiment in which
accomplished writers offered creative writing workshops
in juvenile detention facilities, homeless shelters, inner-city
schools and centers for newly arrived immigrants.

Managing Your Future: An Educational Guide, 2010

Belal Kaifi, SEBA

The author analyzes 21st century education and offers practical advice in this comprehensive guide to getting into the best colleges, choosing a major, succeeding academically, balancing time and money and starting a career.