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Redbird media: Redbird Scholars’ latest books and recordings

Here are the latest books and music recordings from our Redbird Scholars.

Reforming Principal Preparation at the State Level: Perspectives on Policy Reform from Illinois
Co-edited by Erika Hunt, senior policy analyst and researcher, Center for the Study of Education Policy; and Lisa Hood, senior policy analyst and researcher, Center for the Study of Education Policy (Routledge, 2019)

Applying the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning beyond the Individual Classroom
Co-edited by Jennifer Friberg, Cross Endowed Chair, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders; and Kathleen McKinney, Cross Endowed Chair Emerita, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and professor emerita, Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Indiana University Press, 2019)

Best Practices in Chemistry Teacher Education
By Sarah Boesdorfer, assistant professor, Department of Chemistry (American Chemical Society, 2019)

Collaborations for Student Success: How Librarians and Student Affairs Work Together to Enrich Learning
By Dallas Long, associate dean and professor, Milner Library (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019)

Dakota in Exile: The Untold Stories of Captives in the Aftermath of the U.S.-Dakota War
By Linda Clemmons, professor, Department of History (University of Iowa Press, 2019)

Horticulture: Principles, Practices, and Career Opportunities
Co-authored by David Kopsell, professor, Department of Agriculture (Great River Learning, 2019)

Choosing to Care: A Century of Childcare and Social Reform in San Diego, 1850–1950
By Kyle Ciani, associate professor, Department of History and Women’s and Gender Studies Program (University of Nebraska Press, 2019)

Political Authority, Social Control, and Public Policy
Co-edited by Cara Rabe-Hemp, associate dean, College of Applied Science and Technology, and professor, Department of Criminal Justice Sciences; and Nancy Lind, professor, Department of Politics and Government (Emerald Publishing, 2019)

Global Occupational Safety and Health Management Handbook
By Thomas Fuller, associate professor, Department of Health Sciences (CRC Press, 2019)

Recreation Programming: Designing, Staging, and Managing the Delivery of Leisure Experiences
Co-authored by Barbara Schlatter, interim director, School of Kinesiology and Recreation; and J.R. Rossman, professor emeritus, School of Kinesiology and Recreation (Sagamore-Venture Publishing, 2019)

Voting in a Hybrid Regime: Explaining the 2018 Bangladeshi Election
By Ali Riaz, Distinguished Professor, Department of Politics and Government (Palgrave Pivot, 2019)

How Stories Teach Us: Composition, Life Writing, and Blended Scholarship
Co-edited by Amy Robillard, professor, Department of English; and D. Shane Combs, doctoral alumnus, Department of English (Peter Lang, 2019)

Second Language Writing Instruction in Global Contexts: English Language Teacher Preparation and Development
Co-edited by Lisya Seloni, associate professor, Department of English (Multilingual Matters/Channel View Publications, 2019)

Caledonian Scenes: Songs of Judith Weir, Benjamin Britten & Hamish MacCunn
Music recording by Justin Vickers and Geoffrey Duce, associate professors, School of Music (Albany Records, 2020)

Asexual Erotics: Intimate Readings of Compulsory Sexuality
By Ela Przybylo, assistant professor, Department of English (The Ohio State University Press, 2019)

Pursuing Justice: Traditional and Contemporary Issues in Our Communities and the World (Third Edition)
Co-authored by Ralph Weisheit, Distinguished Professor, Department of Criminal Justice Sciences; and Frank Morn, professor emeritus, Department of Criminal Justice Sciences (Routledge, 2019)

Books, audio and video recordings, and mobile applications created by Illinois State University faculty, staff, and students are eligible for inclusion in this section. Submit entries to kdberse@IllinoisState.edu.

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