In Print

March 2, 2017


BUFFALO, NY - Canisius professors are advancing scholarly arguments and captivating readers with fictitious tales, in the latest round of faculty-authored books.

Communication Studies Professor Melissa B. Wanzer, EdD, examines the societal, cultural and technological changes that now influence how people communicate in Interpersonal Communication: Building Rewarding Relationships.  Wanzer co-authored the book with Kristen Campbell Eichhorn '99, PdD. 

History Professor RenĂ© De La Pedraja, PhD traces the U.S. government’s efforts to shape the armed forces in The United States and the Armed Forces of Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, 2000-2014.

Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Margaret C. McCarthy, PhD chronicles the 2008 Apostolic Visitation in Power of Sisterhood: Women Religious Tell the Story of the Apostolic Visitation.

Adjunct English Professor Ed Taylor’s debut novel, Theo, is a coming-of-age story about the 10-year-old son of a major rock star.

Emeritus Philosophy Professor Stanley L. Vodraska, PhD addresses the idea of familial preference in Philosophical Essays Concerning Human Families.