Signposts of Self-Realization: Evolution, Ethics, and Sociality in Modern Chinese Literature and Film
by Xinmin Liu (Assistant professor, Foreign Languages and Cultures/Chinese)
Ontological study of education and development of individual self in modern China, through the lens of contemporary Chinese literature and
Sport and the Law: Historical and Cultural Intersections
Edited by Samuel O. Regalado ‘83 and Sarah K. Fields
The University of Arkansas Press: 2014
Essays on how athletes looked to the U.S. judicial system to solve conflicts, and how those cases often transformed human rights and other aspects of the law.
Written by Aaron Drane ’85
Misfit Minds Production et al.: 2015
Horror video series starring Robert Englund about a disturbing clinic for phobics, in which they face their deepest fears.
A Horse Named Sugar
by Jillian Connolly ’08
Sugar tackles each challenge that comes her way to become a professional barrel racing horse. Based on Odessa rodeo rider Connolly’s horse “Sugar,” who was treated at WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital.