Our Scholars In Print

Many faculty in Missouri S&T’s College of Arts, Sciences, and Education are accomplished authors of books and scholarly articles. Our professors have published books on topics ranging from true crime in the Deep South to breakthroughs in organic chemistry.

A variety of titles published since 2019 is shown below. The college encourages you to pick up a volume and see for yourself how CASE faculty are contributing to knowledge in many disciplines.

Martin BohnerDr. Martin Bohner, curator's distinguished professor of mathematics and statistics
Lyapunov Inequalities and Applications
Springer, 2021.

Dr. Trent Brown, professor of English
Murder in McComb: The Tina Andrews Case.
Louisiana State University Press, 2020.

Trent Brown Roadhouse JusticeDr. Trent Brown, professor of English
Roadhouse Justice: Hattie Lee Barnes and the Killing of a White Man in 1950's Mississippi
Louisiana State University Press, 2022.

Dr. Michael Bruening, professor of history and political science
Refusing to Kiss the Slipper: Opposition to Calvinism in the Francophone Reformation.
Oxford University, 2021.

Dr. Eric Bryan, associate professor of English
Literary Speech Acts of the Medieval North: Essays Inspired by the works of Thomas A. Shippey, (co-edited with Alexander Vaughan Ames).
Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2020.

cover of book 1Dr. Eric Bryan, associate professor of English
Icelandic Folklore and the Cultural Memory of Religious Change
ARC Humanities Press, 2021.

cover of book 2Dr. Eric Bryan, professor of English and technical communication
Discourse in Old Norse Literature
DS Brewer, 2021

Cattle Country Dolan BookDr. Kathryn C. Dolan, associate professor of English and technical communication
Cattle Country: Livestock in the Cultural Imagination 
Univsersity of Nebraska Press, 2021.

The Morality of Urban Mobility: Technology and Philosophy of the City Shane EptingDr. Shane Epting, assistant professor of arts, language, and philosophy
The Morality of Urban Mobility: Technology and Philosophy of the City
Rowman and Littlefield, 2021.

Saving Cities: A Taxonomy of Urban Technologies Shane EptingDr. Shane Epting, assistant professor in arts, language, and philosophy
Saving Cities: A Taxonomy of Urban Technologies
Springer, 2021.

The Ethics of Agribusiness: Justice and Global Food in Focus Shane EptingDr. Shane Epting, assistant professor in arts, language, and philosophy
The Ethics of Agribusiness: Justice and Global Food in Focus
Routledge, 2022. 

Shane epting urban enlightenment bookDr. Shane Epting, assistant professor in arts, language, and philosophy
Urban Enlightenment: Multistakeholder Engagement and the City
Routledge, 2023. 

Dr. Larry Gragg, Chancellor's Professor of history and political science
Forged in Gold: Missouri S&T's first 150 years
Walsworth, 2020.

Dr. Larry Gragg, Chancellor’s Professor of history and political science
Becoming America’s Playground: Las Vegas in the 1950s.
University of Oklahoma Press, 2019.

Dr. Sarah Hercula, assistant professor of English
Fostering Linguistic Equality: The SISE Approach to the Introductory Linguistics Course.
Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

Quantum Electrodynamics: Atoms, Lasers, and Gravity Ulrich JentschuraDr. Ulrich Jentschura, professor of physics
Quantum Electrodynamics: Atoms, Lasers, and Gravity
World Scientific, 2022. 

Multi-Valued Variational Inequalities and Inclusions Vy Le

Dr. Vy Le, professor of mathematics and statistics
Multi-Valued Variational Inequalities and Inclusions
Springer, 2021.

Dr. Ed Malone, professor of English and technical communication
Technical Editing: An Introduction to Editing in the Workplace (co-authored with Donald H. Cunningham and Joyce Rothschild).
Oxford University Press, 2019.

Dr. John McManus, Curators’ Distinguished Professor of history
Fire and Fortitude: The US Army in the Pacific War, 1941-1943.
Penguin Random House, 2019.

McManus, Island InfernosDr. John McManus, curator's distinguished professor of history
Island Infernos: The US Army's Pacific War Odyssey' 1944
Dutton Caliber, 2021.

Dr. Gayla Olbricht, associate professor of mathematics and statistics
Computational Learning Approaches to Data Analytics in Biomedical Applications (with Khalid Al-Jabery, Tayo Obafemi-Ajayi, and Donald Wunsch II).
Academic Press, Elsevier, 2019.

Dr. Daniel Reardon, associate professor of English
Mid-Career Faculty: Trends, Barriers, and Possibilities (co-edited with Anita Welch and Jocelyn Bolin).
Brill, 2019.

Digital Role-Playing Game ReardonDr. Dan Reardon, professor of English and technical communication, with Dr. David Wright
The Digital Role-Playing Game and Technical Communication: A history of Bethesda, BioWare, and CD Projekt Red
Bloomsbury Academic, 2021.

Dr. V. Prakash Reddy, professor of chemistry
Organofluorine Chemistry: Synthesis and Applications.
Elsevier, 2020.

The Liberating art of philosophy Ross ReedDr. Ross Reed, lecturer in arts, language, and philosophy
The Liberating Art of Philosophy: A foundational Anthology
Cognella Academic Publishing, 2021.

Dr. Kate Sheppard, associate professor of history and political science
Communities and Knowledge Production in Archaeology (co-edited with Julia Roberts, Ulf Hansson and Jonathan Trigg). 
Manchester University Press, 2020.

Tea on the Terrace Kathleen SheppardDr. Kathleen Sheppard, associate professor of history and political science
Tea on the Terrace: Hotels and Egyptologists' social networks, 1885-1925
Manchester UP, 2022. 

Dr. Agnes Vojta, teaching professor of physics
Porous Land.
Spartan Press, 2019.

Dr. Agnes Vojta, teaching professor of physics
The Eden of Perhaps
Spartan Press, 2020.