Faculty Publications & New Releases
Saxophonist and assistant professor of jazz studies and contemporary music, Avery released the album Live in NYC (Teodross Avery Music). The album showcases his quartet playing seven original compositions, as well as the Thelonious Monk classic “’Round Midnight.”
Professor of negotiation, conflict resolution and peacebuilding, Erbe released the book Living Inspiration: A Text/Workbook for Applied Ethics, Public Speaking, Human Relations and Creative Good (Kendall Hunt).
Assistant professor of computer science, Hollister authored the book Core Blender Development: Understanding the Essential Source Code (Apress). The book is designed to help readers understand and code with Blender, open-source 3D modeling software that is used in the development of animated projects, 3D printing, and game design.
Mary Talusan Lacanlale
Assistant professor of Asian-Pacific studies, Lacanlale published Instruments of Empire: Filipino Musicians, Black Soldiers, and Military Band Music during U.S. Colonization of the Philippines (University Press of Mississippi), which tells the forgotten history of the Philippine Constabulary Band of the early twentieth century.
Lacanlale also co-produced the CD Kulintang Kultura: Danongan Kalanduyan and Gong Music of the Philippine Diaspora (Smithsonian Folkways). The two-disc set presents both traditional kulintang music and modern tracks that incorporate elements of the music in a variety of genres.
Professor of anthropology, Moore authored Ancient Andean Houses: Making, Inhabiting, Studying (University Press of Florida), which explores the diverse ways ancient Andean peoples made houses, the ways houses re-create culture, and new perspectives and methods for studying houses.