Cherry’s second book is Global Religious Movements Across Borders: Sacred Service, which he co-edited with sociology professor Helen Rose Ebaugh of the University of Houston. This work discusses various topics regarding religion and society, among them proselytizing, migrations, diasporas, and social services. Global Religious Movements looks at a number of faiths worldwide and explores the crossroads of faith, society, and politics.
Associate professor of mathematics Jingjing Ma has published Lecture Notes on Algebraic Structure of Lattice-Ordered Rings. This work is designed for graduate and advanced undergraduate students who have never completed a general algebra course and for students who have some background in abstract algebra and are interested in lattice-ordered rings. It is primarily self-contained and contains 200 exercises to help students understand the concepts discussed in the book.
National Football League wide receiver DeSean Jackson and associate professor of political science William T. Hoston have co-written No Bullies in the Huddle, a children’s book about bullying. It deals with Cameron Mitchell, who moves from Philadelphia to Los Angeles with his family. Cameron is a football fan, and his favorite player is Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson. (Jackson now plays for the Washington Redskins.) An older student who is jealous of Cameron’s athletic ability threatens to take his position on the football field. A friend of Cameron’s encourages him to confide in an adult.
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