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3.11.2007

Marquette Books

- Marquette Books LLC, 22 .

John J. Schulz, professor of international communication and former dean of the College of Communication, Boston University
Tentative Title: Please Don't Do That: The Pocket Guide to Good Grammar

John F. Wheeler, retired print journalist (Associated Press)
Tentative Title: Last Man Out: Memoirs of the Last Western Journalist Castro Kicked Out of Cuba in the 1960s

Madeleine Cousineau, professor of sociology at Mount Ida College
Tentative Title: An Introduction to Sociology

Charles Merrill, associate professor of foreign languages, Mount St. Mary's Seminary
Tentative Title: Colom: Resolving the Enigma of Columbus' Origins

Gregory Peter Gutenko, associate professor of communication studies at the University of Missouri at Kansas City
Tentative Title: Authentic Film Form: A Guide for Students

Hazel Dicken-Garcia and Giovanna Dell'Orto, University of Minnesota
Title: Hated Ideas and the American Civil War Press

Juyan Zhang, assistant professor of communication, University of Texas at San Antonio
Tentative Title: International Public Relations: A Guide for Students

Ann Bomberger, assistant professor of English, Allegheny College
Tentative Title: Raising Your Voice: Crafting Effective Arguments in the 21st Century

Sherrie Mae Steiner, sociology instructor at Delaware County Community College
Tentative Title: Introduction to Sociology for People of Faith

Gene Murray, professor of mass communication, Grambling State Univeristy
Tentative Title: Effective Editing

Jennifer Jacobs Henderson, assistant professor of communication, Trinity University
Tentative Title: The Jehovah's Witnesses' Plan to Expand the First Amendment

R. Thomas Berner, professor emeritus of journalism, Pennsylvania State University
Title: Fundamentals of Journalism: Reporting, Writing and Editing
Title: The Cottontails and the Jackrabbits (a children's book)

Tom Graves, expert in history of blues music
Tentative Title: Crossroads: A Biography of Robert Johnson, King of the Delta Blues

Steve Hallock, assistant professor of media writing at Southern Illinois University
Tentative Title: "War Stories" from Great American Journalists of the Late 20th Century

John W. Cones, Los Angeles film attorney
Title: Dictionary of Film Finance and Distribution: A Guide for Independent Filmmakers

R. Wayne Pace and Eric G. Stephan, professores emeriti of organizational leadership at Brigham Young University
Title: Seven Secrets of Successful, Happy People
Tentative Title: Theory L

Norma Sawyers-Kurz, author of two books on the grieving process
Title: 50 Ways to Cope with Your Child's Death: A Guide for Grieving Parents

Sylvia E. Roschkow, lecturer in English, The City University of New York
Tentative Title: Noble (and Ignoble) Speeches that Defined the Great Issues in American History

Michael Elasmar, associate professor of communication reserach at Boston Univesrity
Tentative Title: Seeing International Behavior Through Their Eyes

Don Helme, assistant professor of communication, Wake Forest University
Tentative Title: A History of Communication Research

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