Selected Alumni Publications
Jennifer M. Ross-Nazzal (Ph.D. '04) has published Winning the West for Women: The Life of Suffragist Emma DeVoe through the University of Washington Press. Article
Michael Egan (Ph.D. '04) and Jeffrey Crane (Ph.D.04) have co-edited a volume of essays on the history of American environmentalism. In late 2008, Routledge published "Natural Protest: Essays on the History of American Environmentalism."
James Ross-Nazzal (Ph.D. '01) has published The U.S. Veto and the Polemics of the Question of Palestine in the United Nations Security Council, 1972–2007 with Edwin Mellen Press.
Jeffrey A. Johnson's (M.A.'00, Ph.D. '04) book "They Are All Red Out Here: Socialist Politics in the Pacific Northwest, 1895-1925" was published by University of Oklahoma Press.
Andrew Duffin's (Ph.D. '03) book Plowed Under: Agriculture and Environment in the Palouse was published by University of Washington Press.
James Lester's (Ph.D. '75) book Public Policy: An Evolutionary Approach was published by Wadsworth Publishing.
Michael Egan's (Ph.D. '04) book Barry Commoner and the Science of Survival: The Remaking of American Environmentalism was published by MIT Press.
Matthew Godfrey's (Ph.D. '01) book Religion, Politics, and Sugar: The Mormon Church, the Federal Government, and the Utah–Idaho Sugar Company, 1907–1921 was published by Utah State University Press. It won the Mormon History Association's Best New Book award for 2007.
Jean Johnson's (Ph.D. '95) article "Hidden Treasure: Kah-Nee-Ta" was published in Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian magazine.
Kevin Marsh's (Ph.D. '02) book Drawing Lines in the Forest: Creating Wilderness Areas in the Pacific Northwest was published by the University of Washington Press in its series Weyerhaeuser Environmental Books.
Kenton Bird's (Ph.D. '99) book Reporting That Matters: Public Affairs Coverage was published by Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Jean Eder's (Ph.D. '00) book American Indian Education: A History was published by University of Oklahoma Press.
Patricia Hart's (Ph.D 97) book Women Writing Women: The Frontiers Reader was published by University of Nebraska Press.
Jason Knirck's (Ph.D '00) Imagining Ireland's Independence: The Debates over the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921 was published by Rowman & LIttlefield Publishers, Inc.
Michael P. Malone's (Ph.D. '66) book The Battle for Butte: Mining and Politics on the Northern Frontier, 1864–1906 was published by University of Washington Press.
Katherine Aiken (Ph.D. '80) published Idaho's Bunker Hill: The Rise and Fall of a Great Mining Company with the University of Oklahoma Press.
Laurie Carlson's (Ph.D. '04) book William J. Spillman and the Birth of Agricultural Economics was published by University of Missouri Press.
Jerry Garcia's (Ph.D '99) book Memory, Community, and Activism: Mexican Migration and Labor in the Pacific Northwest was published by Michigan State University Press.
Brenda Jackson's (Ph.D '05) book Domesticating the West: The Re-creation of the Nineteenth-Century American Middle Class (Women in the West) was published by University of Nebraska Press.
Johnson Ringsmuth's (Ph.D '01) book Snug Harbor Cannery: A Beacon on the Forgotten Shore 1919-1980 was publshed by the National Park Service.
Sara Ewert's (Ph.D '00) The Encyclopedia of National Parks was published by New York, M.E. Sharpe.
John Mann's (Ph.D '01) book Sacajawea's People: The Lemhi Shoshones and the Salmon River Country was published by University of Nebraska Press.
F.W. Blackwell (M.A. '60), Kathryn Meyer (M.A. '82, Ph.D. '92), and Mary Watrous (Ph.D., '91) published Global Passages, a 2-volume reader in world history (Houghton-Mifflin, 2003).
Neil O'Brien's (Ph.D., '01) American Editor in Early Revolutionary China: John William Powell and the China Weekly was published in the Monthly Review (New York, N.Y.).
Peter Utgaard's (Ph.D., '97) book Remembering & Forgetting Nazism: Education, National Identity, and the Victim Myth in Postwar Austria was published by Berghahn Books.
The Anchorage National Park Service published Geoffrey Bleakley (Ph.D. '96) Contested Ground: An Administrative History of Wrangell.
Laurie Winn Carlson (Ph.D. '04) published Cattle: An Informal History with Ivan R. Dee, Publisher.
Buried Dreams: The Rise and Fall of a Clam Cannery on the Katmai Coast by Katherine Johnson (Ph.D. '05) was published by the United States Department of the Interior National Park Service.
Charles V. Mutschler's (Ph.D. '99) book Wired for Success: The Butte, Anaconda, & Pacific Railway, 1892–1985 was published by Washington State University.
Deb Sutphen's (Ph.D. '97) book Standing Guard: Telling Our Stories is a collaborative work on Japanese Americans in the Grass Valley, California was published by Sierra College Press.
Bob Hadlow (M.A. '87, Ph.D. '93) published Elegant Arches, Soaring Spans: C.B. McCullough, Oregon's Master Bridge Builder. The book was published by Oregon State University Press.
Greg Hall's (M.A. '94, Ph.D. '99) book Harvest Wobblies: The Industrial Workers of the World and Agricultural Laborers in the American West, 1905–1930 was published by Oregon State University Press.
Diane Krahe's (Ph.D. '05) book A Sovereign Prescription for Preservation: The Mission Mountains Tribal Wilderness was published by University of Colorado Press.
Keith Petersen's (Ph.D. '73) River of Life, Channel of Death: Fish and Dams on the Lower Snake was reissued by Oregon State University Press.
Laurie Winn Carlson's (Ph.D. '04) book A Fever in Salem was published by Ivan R. Dee, Publisher.
Michael P. Malone's (Ph.D. '66) book Montana Century was published by TwoDot; First Edition.
Katherine Aiken's (Ph.D. '80) book Harnessing the Power of Motherhood: The National Florence Crittenton Mission, 1883–1925was published by University of Tennessee Press.
Steven A. Leibo's (Ph.D. '82) book East, Southeast Asia, and the Western Pacific 1998 was published by Stryker-Post Publications.
Janet M. Manson's (Ph.D. '87) book Women in the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf: Peace, Politics, and Education was published by University Publishing Association.
Samuel Regalado's (M.A. '83, Ph.D. '87) book Viva Baseball! Latin Major Leaguers and Their Special Hunger was published by University of Illinois Press.
Peng Deng's (Ph.D. '90) book Private Education in Modern China: China's Crisis and Revolution through American Lenses 1944–1949 was published by Praeger Publishers.
Sandra Haarsager's (Ph.D. '90, American studies) book Organized Womanhood: Cultural Politics in the Pacific Northwest, 1840–1920 was published by University of Oklahoma Press.
Erika Kuhlman's (Ph.D. '95, American studies) book Petticoats and White Feathers: Gender Conformity, Race, the Progressive Peace Movement, and the Debate over War, 1895–1919 was published by Greenwood Press.
Michael P. Malone's (Ph.D. '66) book James J. Hill: Empire Builder of the Northwest (Oklahoma Western Biographies, vol.12) was published by University of Oklahoma Press.
Peter H. Buckingham (M.A. '76, Ph.D. '80) published Rebel Against Injustice: The Life of Frank P. O'Hare (University of Missouri Press, 1996).
Voice of the Old Wolf: Lucullus Virgil McWhorter and the Nez Perce Indians was published by Steven Ross Evans (M.A. '69, Ph.D. '91) via Washington State University.
Michael P. Malone's (Ph.D. '66) book Montana: A Contemporary Profile was published by Farcountry Press.
Good-bye Piccadilly: British War Brides in America was published by Jenel Virden (B.A. '80, general studies; M.A. '83) via University of Illinois Press.
Stanley K. Hornbeck and the Open Door Policy, 1919–1937 was written by Shi-Zhang Hu (M.A. '87, Ph.D. '92), with Michael Polley (M.A. '78, Ph.D. '84), Jody Peterson (Ph.D. '98), and Noriko Kawamura listed as contributors. The book was published by Greenwood Press.
Breve historia de la sequía en México, written by Enrique Florescano and Susan Swan (Ph.D. '77), was published in 1995 by the University of Vera Cruz Press, Mexico.
Peng Deng (Ph.D. '90) co-authored with Jie Chen China Since the Cultural Revolution: From Totalitarianism to Authoritarianism. The book was published by Praeger Publishers.
Sandra Haarsager (Ph.D. '90, American studies) published Bertha Knight Landes of Seattle: Big-City Mayor (University of Oklahoma Press, 1994).
Michael P. Malone's (Ph.D. '66) book Montana: A History of Two Centuries was published by University of Washington Press.
Janet M. Manson's (Ph.D. '87) book Diplomatic Ramifications of Unrestricted Submarine Warfare, 1939–1941 was published by Greenwood Press.
Marv G. Slind (M.A. '72, Ph.D. '78) and Fred C. Bohm's (M.A. '73, Ph.D. '78) book Norse to the Palouse: Sagas of the Selbu Norwegians was published by Norlys Press.
The Diplomacy of the Sino–French War (1883–1885): Global Complications of an Undeclared War was published by Lewis M. Chere (Ph.D. '78), vol. III of The West and the Wider World series. The book was published by Cross Cultural Publications.
Edith E. Erickson (B.A. '60, education) and Eddy Chiu-Kuen Ng (B.A. '76, Asian studies; M.A. '79) published From Sojourner to Citizen: Chinese of the Inland Empire. This book was self-published.
Going to Washington State: A Century of Student Life was published by William Stimson (M.A. '89, Ph.D. '99). The book was published by Washington State University.
Peter H. Buckingham's (M.A. '76, Ph.D. '80) book America Sees Red: Anti-Communism in America, 1870s–1980s was published by Regina Books.
Keith Petersen's (Ph.D. '73) Company Town: Potlatch, Idaho, and the Potlatch Timber Industry won an award from the State and Local History Association. The book was published by Washington State University.
Gary Huey's (Ph.D. '81) book Rebel with a Cause: P.D. East, Southern Liberalism, and the Civil Rights Movement, 1953–1971 was published by Scholarly Resources.
Steven A. Leibo (Ph.D. '82) edited A Journal of the Chinese Civil War 1864 by Prosper Giquel and Transferring Technology to China: Prosper Giquel and the Self-strengthening Movement, published by the Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
Robert R. Swartout Jr. (Ph.D. '78) and Fred C. Bohm (M.A. '73, Ph.D. '78) edited and wrote the introduction to Naval Surgeon in Yi Korea: The Journal of George W. Woods, published by the Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
Peter H. Buckingham (M.A. '76, Ph.D. '80) published International Normalcy: The Open Door Peace with the Former Central Power, 1921–29. The book was published by Scholarly Resources.
Robert R. Swartout Jr. (Ph.D. '78) edited Montana Vistas: Selected Historical Essays by University Press of America.
Thomas J. Noer's (M.A. '68) book Briton, Boer, and Yankee: The United States and South Africa 1870–1914 was published by Kent State University Press.
Richard Dean Burns and Edward M. Bennett edited Diplomats in Crisis: United State–Chinese–Japanese Relations, 1919–1941. The book was published by ABC-Clio.
Michael P. Malone's (Ph.D. '66) book C. Ben Ross and the New Deal in Idaho was published by University of Washington Press.