Points of Pride

New Books by Fielding Students, Faculty, and Alumni (October 2014)

Posted on Wed, Oct 29, 2014

The following books, authored by members of the Fielding community, were published in September and October 2014. The collection includes nonfiction, fiction, and self-help titles and depicts the diverse knowledge and skills within the Fielding community.

NewRulesforWomenNew Rules for Women, by Anne Litwin, PhD (HOS ’08)

Organizational Development Consultant Dr. Anne Litwin recently published a book on gender dynamics that influence women’s workplace relationships. According to Litwin, research shows that many women struggle in their workplace relationships with other women. These struggles can be frustrating for women—and a bottom-line concern for employers. Litwin exposes the sources of confusion and misunderstanding between women colleagues and offers powerful tools for preventing and resolving conflict that result in better relationships, as well as increased productivity and retention.

The Story of Christianity, by Jean-Pierre Isbouts, DLitt (faculty)Christianity Cov v11 Stained Glass REV 335x400

In his fourth National Geographic book, faculty member Jean-Pierre Isbouts chronicles of Christian civilization from ancient Rome to today. Covering more than 2,000 years, from the birth of Jesus to the modern day, Isbouts examines the dynamic interplay of religion, politics, economics, and geography as they impacted the development and spread of Christianity. His thorough research weaves a historical narrative that provides context for biblical events without bias and with a deep respect for all traditions.

AstonishedEyeThe Astonished Eye, by Tracy Knight, PhD (PSY ’91)

Tracy Knight takes the story of one man's search for his identity and blends it into a tale of fantasy, mystery and science fiction, with all the charm of a modern American fable. Born and raised in Carthage, Illinois, Knight is a clinical psychologist and university professor at Western Illinois University. His short fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies in a variety of genres, including suspense, mystery, science fiction, western, and horror. 

The Art of Activation, by Ramona Hollie-Major, EdD (ELC ’08)Art of Activation

In a world where self-doubt and pity run rampant, a group of authors have joined forces to enlighten readers in the ways of self-love and success. Dr. Hollie-Major is one of 24 writers who provide action steps to gaining success in business, attaining wealth, having loving and harmonious relationships, helping the less fortunate, or discovering personal health and wellness.

 

Recognize cover 2Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men, by H. Sharif Williams (HOD ’06)

This collection of short fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, personal narratives, critical essays, and visual art produced by 61 bisexual men was co-edited by H. Sharif Williams (aka Dr. Herukhuti). He is an activist, researcher, artist, and founder of the Center for Culture, Sexuality, and Spirituality. As a revolutionary scholar, he promotes erotic empowerment, social justice, and ecological wellness as human rights.

 

 

Do you have a book that’s publishing soon? Send us your information and we’ll include your book in next month’s blog.

Tags: bisexuality, creativity, LGBTQ, religion, workers rights, organizational change, Organizational development, human development