Lae'l Hughes-Watkins, University Libraries, Department of Special Collections and Archives,authored“Moving Toward a Reparative Archive: A Roadmap for a Holistic Approach to Disrupting Homogenous Histories in Academic Repositories and Creating Inclusive Spaces for Marginalized Voices” in Journal Contemporary Archival Studies, Michael Lotstein (Ed.)., Vol. 5, Issue 6 (2018): 1-19.
Peter C. Kratcoski, Professor Emeritus, authored “The Victim-Offender Relationship in the Criminal Victimization of the Elderly” in Perspectives on Elderly Crime and Victimization, Edition 1st, (Cham, Switzerland: Springer) Peter C. Kratcoski & Maximilian Edelbacher (Eds.), (2018), 101-124.
Laura Bruneau, Ph.D., Kent State alumna, and Beverly Timmons, Ed.D., Professor Emeritus, School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies, co-authored Moose! The Reading Dog (West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press), (2018), 74 pages.
The children’s book, written by the mother-daughter duo, is inspired by the true story of a therapy dog.
Peter C. Kratcoski, Sociology/Criminology, Kent State Tuscarawas, authored “Trends in the Types of Crimes Committed by the Elderly in the United States” in Perspectives on Elderly Crime and Victimization, Edition 1st, (Cham, Switzerland: Springer) Peter C. Kratcoski & Maximilian Edelbacher (Eds.), (2018), 5-24.
Virginia Dressler, University Libraries, and Koon-Hwee Kan, School of Art, authored “Mediating Museum Display and Technology: A Case Study of an International Exhibition Incorporating QR Codes” in Journal of Museum Education, 43(2), 159-170, 2018.
Peter C. Kratcoski, Sr., Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, and Maxmilian Edelbacher, edited Perspectives on Elderly Crime and Victimization, 1st Ed., (Cham, Switzerland: Springer), (2018), 272 pages.
Chris Venable, College of Communication and Information, authored "Philosopher-Kings and Academic Advisers: Learning From The Republic," in The Mentor: Innovative Scholarship on Academic Advising, Junhow Wei and Janet Schulenberg (Eds.), Vol. 20, (2018): 3-11.
Richard (Rick) Feinberg, Department of Anthropology, authored, “The Future of a Polynesian Chiefdom in a Globalising World” in Change and Continuity in the Pacific: Revisiting the Region, 1st ed., (London and New York: Routledge) John Connell and Helen Lee (Eds.), (2018), 136-150.
Richard (Rick) Feinberg, Department of Anthropology, authored Polynesian Oral Traditions: Indigenous Texts and English Translations from Anuta, Solomon Islands, 1st ed., Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, (2018) 1-294.