Colin Wren, Associate Professor of Anthropology at UCCS, answers seven questions on his new book, which introduces archaeologists and digital humanities researchers to a new technique for modeling the complex interactions of past societies. (More)
The UCCS Author Spotlight program celebrates faculty and staff members who published books in the 2019-20 academic year. Communique is now accepting submissions for books published in 2021.
Jeffrey Scholes, associate professor of religious studies in the Department of Philosophy, answers seven questions on his new book, a critical examination of white Protestant Christianity’s attempt to disproportionately police, discipline and punish Black athletes. (More)
Bloom, assistant professor of computer science, answered six questions on his new book, the first of its kind to explain how to use the Portable Operating System Interface (POSIX) in the context of a real-time operating system. (More)
Robin J. Kempf, assistant professor in the School of Public Affairs, answered seven questions on her new book, which demonstrates why both hosts and guests in the home sharing industry must take responsibility for their own safety. (More)
Jennifer Kling, assistant professor of philosophy, answered seven questions on her new book, which argues that war refugees have suffered and continue to suffer a series of harms, wrongs, and oppressions – and so are owed recompense as a matter of justice. (More)
Steven Pittz, assistant professor of political science, answered seven questions on his new book, which draws on Nietzsche and his figure of the “free spirit” to examine whether or not liberalism is – as critics often argue – a spiritually empty tradition. (More)
Spencer Harris, associate professor of sport management, answered seven questions on his new book, which focuses on the legacies associated with the summer Olympic games from the ’96 games in Atlanta to the delayed 2020 Tokyo games. (More)