Note: books available on Amazon are linked accordingly.
- Shakespeare and the Cultural Colonization of Ireland (Literary Criticism and Cultural Theory), Routledge (2008)
- Eyes Glowing at the Edge of the Woods: Fiction and Poetry from West Virginia. Co-edited with Doug Van Gundy. Vandalia/West Virginia University Press. (2017)
- Out of Peel Tree. Vandalia/West Virginia University Press (2014)
- The Eye of Caroline Herschel: A Life in Poems. Finishing Line Press (2013)
- Imagine a Door: Poems, Turning Point/WordTech Communications (2009)
- Balzac’s Robe and Other Poems, Finishing Line Press (2016)
- Maniac Drifter, Guernica Editions, Toronto/New York (2016)
- The Gender of Inanimate Objects and Other Stories, Tailwinds Press, New York (2015)
- The Tenants of The Hotel Biron, Guernica Editions, Toronto/New York (2012)
- Claiming Kin, Guernica Editions, Toronto/New York (2010)
- Anne Spencer: “Ah, how poets sing and die!”, Salmon (2001)
Dr. Scott Amos (also teaches Religious Studies)
- The Exegete as Theologian: Martin Bucer’s 1550 Cambridge Lectures on Ephesians and His Interpretation of Paul as a Theologian (under contract)
- Joshua, Judges, Ruth Reformation Commentary on Scripture, Volume 4 (under contract)
- Planet Auschwitz: Holocaust Representation in Science Fiction and Horror, Rutgers University Press (2020)
- Class of ’31: A German Jewish Émigré’s Journey across Defeated Germany, Academic Studies Press (2018)
- Our Germans: Project Paperclip and the National Security State, Johns Hopkins University Press (2018)
- Antisemitism in the German Military Community and the Jewish Response, 1914-1938, Lexington Books (2014)
- An Agrarian Republic: Farming, Antislavery Politics, and Nature Parks in the Civil War Era, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press (2015)
- Sounds of Resistance: The Role of Music in Multicultural Activism, (co-edited with Dr. Eunice Rojas), ABC-CLIO (2013)
- The End of the Apartheid in South Africa, Greenwood Press (1999)
- Portrait of an Appeaser: Robert Hadow, First Secretary in the British Foreign Office, 1931-1939, Praegar (1996)
- Maternalism Reconsidered: Motherhood, Welfare and Social Policy in Twentieth Century History (with Marian van der Klein, Rebecca Jo Plant, and Lori R. Weintrob), Berghahn Books (2012)
- Gender and Welfare in Mexico: The Consolidation of a Postrevolutionary State (1937-1958), The Pennsylvania State University Press (2011)
- A Beacon Through the Years: A History of University of Lynchburg, 1903-2003, Donning Company Publishers
- Caught In Irons: North Atlantic Fishermen in the Last Days of Sail, Susquehanna University Press (2001)
Modern & Classical Language Faculty
Dr. Georg Schwarzmann (German & Spanish)
- Syncing the Americas: José Martí and the Shaping of National Identity, Edited by Ryan Anthony Spangler and Georg Michael Schwarzmann, Bucknell University Press (2018)
- The Influence of Emerson and Whitman on the Cuban Poet José Martí, The Edwin Mellen Press (2010)
Dr. Tammy Hertel (Spanish)
- Relaciónate: Comunicación avanzada (with Stasie Harrington), Heinle Cengage Learning (2012)
- El cine documental: Intermediate Spanish Language and Culture through Documentary Film (under contract, with Stasie Harrington)
Dr. Pedro Larrea Rubio (Spanish)
- García Lorca en la prensa argentina (octubre de 1933- marzo de 1934). In progress.
- The Wizard’s Manuscript, Valparaiso Editions USA, LLC (2017).
- Frederico García Lorca en Buenos Aires, Renacimiento, Los Cuatro Vientos, Sevilla (2015).
- Manuscrito del hechicero, Granada, Valparaíso (2013).
- La tribu y la llama, Madrid, Amargord (2015).
Dr. Elza Tiner(Latin) (also teaches English)
- Teaching with the Records of Early English Drama, University of Toronto Press (2006)
Religious Studies Faculty
- Dissonance and the Drama of Divine Sovereignty in the Book of Daniel, Bloomsbury T&T Clark; 1 edition (2010)