SUNY Oswego professors don't just know their subjects ... many of them wrote the book. Literally.New book examines radio personalities' influence
David Crider, a SUNY Oswego communication studies faculty member, explores in a new book how radio announcers develop their on-air personalities, helping the nearly century-old medium endure even in the rapidly evolving live-stream and on-demand audio scene.Professor's book mines 'Huck Finn' for history lessons
Slavery, corrupt banks, confidence games—all of those 19th century evils and many more issues of the day glide through “The Historian’s Huck Finn: Reading Mark Twain’s Masterpiece as Social and Economic History” by SUNY Oswego economics professor Ranjit S. Dighe.Oswego professor edits Open SUNY textbook on literacy education
Kristen Munger, associate dean of the SUNY Oswego School of Education, has edited and co-authored a new Open SUNY textbook on research-driven literacy teaching practices.Professor co-authors book exploring myths, realities of mass shootings
Through years of research and consolidating lessons learned from rampages in schools, movie theaters and malls, Jaclyn Schildkraut of SUNY Oswego’s public justice faculty has co-authored a book that probes myths and hysteria provoked by mass shootings.Professor's new book on sportsmanship gathers wide-ranging expertise
SUNY Oswego sociology professor Tim Delaney has filled what he saw as a large gap in the literature of sports studies, editing a new cross-disciplinary book on sportsmanship.