Professor Emeritus Gerald Sorin (History) had nine publications in the spring semester 2011. These were four review essays in Haaretz (The Land): “Life on Sandpaper: A Memoir” by Yoram Kaniuk; “An Army of Phantoms: American Movies and the Making of the Cold War,” by J. Hoberman, “The Other Shore,” a novel by Fred Skolnick, and “Alfred Kazin’s Journals,” ed. Richard Cook. He also did a fifth review essay for the foreword of “Out of Left Field: Jews and Black Baseball.” Three articles on Abraham Cahan, Hannah Solomon, and Irving Howe were published in “Great Jewish Lives From History: Jewish Americans” (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2011). His ninth publication was a book review “Jews of the Pacific Northwest,” in Pacific Historical Review
Vol. 80, No. 2 (May 2011), pp. 304-305.
Associate Professor Douglas Maynard (Psychology) and Daniel C. Feldman, associate dean of academic affairs at the University of Georgia, recently published and edited a book titled “Underemployment: Psychological, Economic and Social Challenges,” (Springer Business and Science, 2011). The contributors to the volume (who come from various disciplines including psychology, business, sociology, and economics) dissect the challenges associated with the various facets of underemployment. More details about the book can be found at Springer’s Web site here.