publications

David Gray's essay "'What to Do Starting from this Place': Documentary Film and Official Memorialization in Argentina and Chile" has just been published in "Studies in Documentary Film."

Gray is a visiting assistant professor in the English Department…

Greg Youmans's essay "Elsa Gidlow’s Garden: Plants, Archives, and Queer History" has just been published in the anthology "Out of the Closet, Into the Archives: Researching Sexual Histories."

Youmans is an assistant professor of English at Western…

Johann Neem, a professor of history at Western Washington University, had his essay "Path Dependence and the Emergence of the Common Schools: Ohio to 1853" published in December 2015 in the Journal of Policy History.

Joe Garcia, professor of management at Western Washington University, has had his article "Isn’t It Time We Did Something About the Lack of Teaching Preparation in Business Doctoral Programs?" published in the Journal of Management Education.

Garcia penned the…

As you may already be aware, Western Washington University launched its Institutional Repository known as Western CEDAR  in the fall of 2014. Part of a global movement promoting open access to scholarship and creative works, Western CEDAR is a service of Western Libraries, in…

Kimberly Markworth, an associate professor of mathematics at Western Washington University, recently had a book published. It's a collection of mathematical problem-solving tasks for children in grades PreK to 2.

Markworth was asked a couple of years ago by the National…

Oliver de la Paz, a professor of English at Western Washington University, had his essay "Apologia for the Tumbleweed, Or Where My Mind Goes When Someone Asks About Metaphor," published in the collection "Because You Asked: A Book of Answers on the Art and Craft of the…

Kami Westhoff's poem "Holding Under" appeared in "Tinderbox Poetry." Additionally, Westhoff's poem "Unravel" appeared in "WomenArts Quarterly Journal." Westhoff is a senior instructor of English at WesternWashington University.

Chris Patton's tribute "For Elise: A conversation by three poets and friends about Elise Partridge and her work" appeared in "The Winnipeg Review." Also, Patton's poems "QED," "In Rain," and "A Moth" appeared in "The Maynard.…

Jonathan Miran, associate professor in the Liberal Studies Department, had his article "'Stealing the Way' to Mecca: West African Pilgrims and Illicit Red Sea Passages, 1920s-1950s" published in the November 2015 issue of "The Journal of African History." Miran also published the article "…

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