Digitized Lives: Culture, Power, and Social Change in the Internet Era
T.V. Reed, a WSU English and American studies professor, examines the impact of digital communication and the Internet on how we live.
Whole in the Clouds
Kristine Kibbee ’00
The Zharmae Publishing Press, 2014
Cora Catlin, the unhappy orphan protagonist in Kibbee’s debut novel, and her dog Motley discover the meaning of friendship and a magical world in the clouds.
Two Bits and Odd Days
Thomas A. Springer ’86
Springer, a Tacoma high school teacher and creative writer, offers a selection of his poems from the past 35 years.
I, Hernán Cortés: The (Second) Trial of Residency
Francisco Manzo-Robledo ’73, ’74 MS, ’80 PhD Civil Engineering, ’91 MA Foreign Languages and Literature
Peter Lang, 2014
Manzo-Robledo, a WSU professor of foreign languages and cultures, provides a literary analysis of the key documents in the trial of explorer Hernán Cortés who was charged with not having the authority from Spain to conquer and govern territory in the New World.