Colin Lewis, instructor of philosophy, answered seven questions on his new book, which illustrates how an ancient Confucian educational model can light the way toward a modern way of “being moral.” (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.
Jay Coakley, professor emeritus of sociology, answered seven questions on the newest edition of his book “Sports in Society,” which raises discussions on sports-related controversies including gender and sexuality, race and ethnicity, social class and more. (More)
Colin McAllister, assistant professor of music and winner of the 2020 College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award, answered seven questions on his new book, which underlines the relevance of apocalyptic literature in modern times. (More)
Mary Ann Cutter, professor of philosophy, answered seven questions on her new book, which presents 13 themes on death and illustrates that although we all die, humans do not share the same view of dying. (More)
Less than a week before Election Day, Verlan Lewis, assistant professor of political science, answered seven questions on his new book, which illustrates how the concepts and practices of “liberalism” and “conservatism” have evolved over the course American history. (More)
Distinguished professor of history Paul Harvey answers seven questions on his newest book, a biography of Howard Thurman, mentor to a generation of civil rights activists leading the charge for equity in the 1950s and 1960s. (More)