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 René 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.