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Looking for a Great Book to Read This Summer? Choose One by a SC&I Faculty Member
Below is a selection of books published so far in 2022 by SC&I faculty members. All are fascinating and informative, making them perfect summer reads.
Below is a selection of books published so far in 2022 by SC&I faculty members. All are fascinating and informative, making them perfect summer reads.

Even though the 2021-2022 academic year is over, the SC&I community is still eager to read and learn during the summer. A great way to find a book to add to your summer reading list is to choose one (or more) from among those published by SC&I faculty members so far in 2022. 

Below we’ve compiled a selection, listed by the faculty member’s name, in alphabetical order. 

Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies 

A Strategic Nature: Public Relations and the Politics of American Environmentalism

Written with Maria I. Espinoza

Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Communication 

Gen Z Graduates to Adulthood” 

Professor of Journalism and Media Studies 

On Microfascism: Gender, War, and Death

Professor of Library and Information Science

Reading Home Cultures Through Books” 

Written with Kirsti Salmi-Niklander 

Teaching Professor and Director of the Master of Communication and Media (MCM) and the Master of Heath Communication and Information (MHCI) master’s programs and Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Communication, respectively 

The Purpose Generation: Leading Gen Z With Purpose

Teaching Professor and Director of the Master of Communication and Media (MCM) and the Master of Heath Communication and Information (MHCI) master’s programs

“Change Fatigue Revisited: A New Framework for Leading Change” 

Due to be released on July 11, 2022

Richard D. Heffner Professor of Communications and Public Policy and Professor of Professional Practice, Journalism and Media Studies, and Co-Host of DemocracyNow!

Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America: Second Revised and Updated Edition

Interim Dean, School of Communication and Information, and Distinguished Professor of Journalism and Media Studies

Editor, “The Routledge International Handbook of Children, Adolescents, and Media, Second Edition

Children and Media Worldwide in a Time of a Pandemic

Written with Maya Götz, the Director of the International Central Institute for Youth and Educational Television (IZI) and PRIX JEUNESSE International

Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies

Day of the Dead in the USA, Second Edition: The Migration and Transformation of a Cultural Phenomenon” 

Due to be released on August 12, 2022

Director of the Ph.D. Program and Professor of Communication

Written with Denise Solomon

Interpersonal Communication: Putting Theory into Practice” 

Distinguished Professor of Communication, Advisor for Strategy and Planning in the Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Senior University Fellow, Rutgers Center for Organizational Leadership
Implementing Sustainable Change in Higher Education: Principles and Practices of Collaborative Leadership.” 

Due to be released in October 2022. 

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