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Celebrating CoAS Authors


CoAS faculty published many books in 2022


May 15, 2023

Congratulations to the College of Arts and Sciences faculty and students who were honored at the 11th annual Celebrating Drexel Authors event on May 9. Hosted by the Drexel University Libraries and the Office of the Provost, this event recognized members of the Drexel community who authored or edited books or highly-cited journal articles in 2022.  

Department of Communication

Asta Zelenkauskaite, PhD – “Creating Chaos Online: Disinformation and Subverted Post-Publics

Department of Criminology and Justice Studies 

Robert Kane, PhD – “Policing Beyond Coercion: A 'New' Idea for a Twenty-first Century Mandate” 

Department of English and Philosophy   

Isaac Blum – “The Life and Crimes of Hoodie Rosen  

Denny Bryce
– “In the Face of the Sun"

Jakeya Caruthers, PhD – “Abolition Feminisms,” Volumes 1 and 2 

Amy Impellizzeri, JD – “In Her Defense" 

Henry Israeli, MFA – “Lords of Misrule: 20 Years of Saturnalia Books

Courtney Maum – “The Year of the Horses"

Leah Mele-Bazaz, MFA – “Laila: Held for a Moment

Teresa Messineo, MFA – “What We May Become"

Jason Rekulak – “Hidden Pictures"

Gail Rosen, JD – “The 33rd" 

Andrew Smith, PhD – “The Threefold Struggle” 

Eric Smith – “Jagged Little Pill: The Novel"

Scott Stein, MFA – “The Great American Betrayal

John Vercher, MFA – “After the Lights Go Out"

Scott Warnock, PhD – “Teaching Writing in the Twenty-First Century" and “Administering Writing Programs in the Twenty-First Century

Heather Webb – “The Next Ship Home"

Department of History

Donald Stevens, PhD – “Latin American History at the Movies” 

Department of Physics

Naoko Kurahashi Neilson, PhD, Michael Campana, Xinyue Kang, Mike Kovacevich and Steve Scalfani – “Improved Characterization of the Astrophysical Muon-Neutrino Flux with 9.5 Years of IceCube Data” (Published in Astrophysical Journal) 

Department of Politics

Jack Santucci, PhD – “More Parties or No Parties: The Politics of Electoral Reform in America” 

Jose Tapia, PhD – “Chernobyl and the Mortality Crisis in Eastern Europe and the Former USSR

Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences

David DeMatteo, JD, PhD – “Advances in Psychology and Law (Volume 6)” 

Eric Zillmer, PsyD – “Military Psychology: Clinical and Operational Applications

Department of Sociology

Mary F.E. Ebeling, PhD – “Afterlives of Data: Life and Debt Under Capital Surveillance”