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Books and Book Chapters

Books Published by Academic Presses

Dr. Randy Mills, Professor of the Social Sciences and Roxanne Mills, Assistant Professor of English

At the Eye of the Storm: A Case Study of the Call-Up of the Marine Corps Reserve in the Korean War. Thomson Press, 2008.

Dr. Randy Mills, Professor of the Social Sciences

Textbook editor, An Evolving Nation: The United States since 1945, Cengage Learning, 2010.

Troubled Hero: A Medal of Honor, Vietnam, and the War at Home. Indiana University Press, 2006.

Jonathan Jennings, Indiana’s First Governor. Indiana Historical Society Press. August, 2005. This book was a finalist for Best Books of Indiana, 2006.

Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve: The Oakland City University Story. Stinson Press. April 2002.

Honoring Those Who Have Paid the Price: Forgotten Voices from the Korean War. Indiana Historical Society. November 2002.

Underground Railroad Activities in Southwestern Indiana. Indiana Department of Natural Resources. 2001.

Unexpected Journey: A Marine Corp Reserve Company in The Korean War, (co-authored) Naval Institute Press. November 2000.

Christ Tasted Death for Every Man: The Story of America’s Frontier General Baptists. Stinson Press. April 2000.

Mrs. Roxanne Mills, Assistant Professor of English

Unexpected Journey: A Marine Corp Reserve Company in The Korean War, (co-authored) Naval Institute Press. November 2000.

Book Chapters Published by Academic Presses

Danny Dunivan, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

A chapter of Dunnivan’s scholarly work will appear in the Paternost Series Studies in Baptist History and Thought.

Dr. Ron Mercer, Associate Professor of Philosophy

“Radical Phenomenology Reveals a Measure of Faith and the Need for a Levinasian Other in Henry’s Life,” in Words of Life: New Theological Turns in French Phenomenology, eds. Bruce Benson and Norman Wirzba (New York: Fordham University Press, 2010).

Dr. Randy Mills, Professor of the Social Sciences

“Dramatizing Your Family Stories by Placing Them in Historical Context,” appears as a chapter in the book Finding Indiana Ancestors: A Guide to Historical Research. Indiana Historical Society Press, 2007.*

*This book has received several national awards including an Award of Merit from the American Association of State and Local History (the national organization for professional public historians), an Award of Excellence from the National Genealogical Society (NGS), and was a finalist book in Foreword magazine’s Book of the Year competition. The book also received an Honorable Mention at the Chicago Book Clinic national conference.

 

National Organization Publications

Dr. Donna Hazlewood, Professor of Art

Artist’s Statement, in K. Grauer, R.L. Irwin, & E. Zimmerman (Eds.), “Women art educators V: Conversations across time.” Canadian Society for Education through Art and the National Art Education Association, 2003.

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