Thirty UAF authors to be honored

Suzanne Bishop

The University of Alaska Fairbanks will honor faculty, faculty emeriti and staff who have published books in the past year at the 2014 Authors Reception, from 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday, April 17, at the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library.

This year, 30 authors will be honored for 18 books published between March 2013 and March 2014. The publications include a book-length poem, a novel, memoirs, collections of essays and poems, and several scholarly works covering topics such as permafrost, Alaska Native language teaching models and historical events. Last year, 23 authors were honored.

NOTE TO EDITORS: A full list of authors is available at //




Kenneth Barrick, PhD Harrison R. Crandall, Creating a Vision of Grand Teton National Park
Jamie L. Clark, PhD Zooarcheaology and Modern Human Origins
Neil Davis, PhD Head, Tail, & Guts Included
Diana Di Stefano, PhD Encounters in Avalanche Country, A History of Survival in the Mountain West, 1820-1920
Mary Ehrlander, PhD 17 Years in Alaska, A Depiction of Life Among the Indians of Yakutat
Karen Gustafson, PhD Trumpet Level 8, Trumpet Series 2013 Edition
Sean Hill Dangerous Goods
James Kari, PhD, and Craig Mishler, PhD Ch’adzaa Aghwaa, He Carries the Dance
Andrew Mahoney, PhD Meaning of Ice: People and Sea Ice in Three Arctic Communities
Patrick Marlow, PhD, and Sabine Siekmann, PhD, ed., with contributions by Walkie Charles, PhD; Theresa Arevgaq John, PhD; and Joan Parker Webster, PhD Communities of Practice, An Alaskan Native Model for Language Teaching and Learning
John Morgan and Kesler Woodward River of Light, A Conversation with Kabir
C.P. Price, PhD Partners in the Parks, Field Guide to an Experiential Program in the National Parks
Juan G. Roederer, PhD, and Hui Zhang, PhD Dynamics of Magnetically Trapped Particles: Foundations of the Physics of Radiation Belts and Space Plasmas
Betty Ross, PhD Challenges for Women in the 21st Century: The Impact on Women’s Wages, Women in Support Operations & Women Executives in Peacekeeping Operations
Ned Rozell Life on the Edge: Essays
Jennifer Schell, PhD A Bold and Hardy Race of Men: The Lives and Literature of American Whalemen
William Schneider, PhD; Karen Brewster; Knut Kielland, PhD; and Chas Jones On Dangerous Ice, Changing Ice Conditions on the Tanana River
Leon Unruh Dog of the Afterworld
Kevin Winker, PhD Walking Wild Shores: Portraits of the Natural World
Kenji Yoshikawa, PhD Permafrost in our Time, Computer-Based Permafrost Temperature Archive

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