During fall term, North Central’s Oesterle Library will feature publications by faculty members, books on global human rights, and news about Banned Books Week, Constitution Day, National Freedom of Speech Week and more. The displays are showcased in the library’s lobby.
Martha Bohrer, associate professor of English. “John Galt’s ‘Annals of the Parishi’ and the Narrative Strategies of Tales of Locale” in John Galt: Observations and Conjectures on Literature, History, and Society, 2012
David Fisher, professor of philosophy. “Ricoeur’s Atemwende: A Reading of ‘Interlude: Tragic Action’ in Oneself as Another” in From Ricoeur to Action: The Socio-Political Significance of Ricoeur's Thinking, 2012
Alli Purcell Hayes, assistant professor of accounting. “Tax Compliance: A Comprehensive Individual Income Tax Return Case Study” in Journal of Advancements in Business Education (JABE), 2012
Bruce Janacek, associate professor of history. Alchemical Belief: Occultism in the Religious Culture of Early Modern England, 2011
Patricia Grace King, adjunct assistant professor of English. The Death of Carrie Bradshaw, 2012
John Madormo, assistant professor of broadcast communication and general manager of WONC-FM 89.1. Charlie Collier, Snoop for Hire: The Homemade Stuffing Caper, 2012
Robert Moussetis, associate professor of international business, chair of management and marketing. “Ansoff Revisited: How Ansoff Interfaces With Both the Planning and Learning Schools of Thought in Strategy,” in Journal of Management History, 2012
Gregory Ruthig, assistant professor of biology, and Benjamin P. DeRidder. “Fast quantitative PCR, locked nucleic acid probes and reduced volume reactions are effective tools for detecting Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis DNA” in Diseases of Aquatic Organisms
Kristine Servais, associate professor of education and coordinator of master of arts program in education, and Kellie Sanders. The Courage To Grow: Leading with Intentionality, 2012
Gregory Wolf, professor of German. “A Friend of Pirates History” in Hardball Times, April 6, 2012
Titled “Commemorating Banned Books Week, Constitution Day and National Freedom of Speech Week,” the theme display features books on First Amendment rights and classic books that have been banned or challenged.
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Titled “Global Human Rights: Global Health and Food,” this display features books from the library collection, pictures and posters relating to the 2012-2013 international focus theme.
The fall edition of “EX LIBRIS” is accessible online and contains information about new library policies and services.