History faculty are well-known for their cutting-edge research and professional expertise. Much of their work appears in professional journals and edited collections. As important, they pride themselves on teaching excellence.
Andrae M. Marak and Laura Tuennerman, At the Border of Empire: the Tohono O'Odham, Gender, and Assimilation, 1880-1934 - Released 2013
Cindy Lynn Speer, The Chocolatier's Wife - Released 2012
Peter S. Beagle, Nancy Kress, Patricia C. Wrede, Cindy Lynn Speer, Lucy A. Snyder, Siobhan Carroll, Imogen Howson, and Anna Kashina, Once Upon a Curse: Stories and Fairy Tales for Adult Readers - Released 2012
Clarissa W. Confer, The Cherokee Nation in the Civil War - Released 2012
Clarissa W. Confer, Daily Life in Pre-Columbian Native America - Released 2011
Cindy Lynn Speer, Unbalanced - Released 2010
The Debate on the Trial of the Templars (1307-1314), Edited by Jochen Burgtorf, Paul F. Crawford, and Helen J. Nicholson - Released 2010Clarissa W. Confer, Daily Life During The Indian Wars - Released 2007
Cindy Lynn Speer, Blue Moon - Released 2007
Laura Tuennerman, Helping Others, Helping Ourselves: Power, Giving, and Community Identity in Cleveland, Ohio, 1880-1930 - Released 2001
Coming Soon, 2014!
A collection of short stories sweet and cruel…
Sophie Perinot, The Sister Queens: A Novel
Andrae M. Marak, From Many, One
Elaine Carey and Andrae M. Marak, Smugglers, Brotherls, and Twine