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Salem State University: Faculty Publications 2020


Salem State University Faculty Publications 2020

Table with a display of books and publicationsFor almost a quarter century, the Salem State University School of Graduate Studies and the University Library have sponsored the annual Faculty Publication Celebration to recognize all faculty and librarians who have published in the previous calendar year. Over the years, we have saluted the publication of novels, biographies, scientific articles, poems, performances, art exhibitions, histories, political analyses, philosophical discourses, empirical studies, and many more genres. Some of these pieces have resulted from work that was funded by prestigious national grants; some have received national or international awards.  In all cases, our highly-engaged faculty and librarians have produced these works while teaching, serving on campus committees, engaging with the broader community, mentoring, and advising. Each year, the publications list is testimony to their commitment to their profession.

This year, although we are unable to display these works and toast these faculty in our traditional manner, we invite you to explore this virtual publication celebration and enjoy the virtual community of scholars!


-- The Center for Research and Creative Activities
and the Frederick E. Berry Library
Salem State University
May 6th, 2021



Thank you to Elizabeth Kenney, Executive Director of the Center for Research and Creative Activities for the initiation of this project. 
The bibliography on which this site is based was compiled by Evea Raye, MA '19, assistant in the Center for Research and Creative Activities, and and content was added, linked, and edited by Evea. 
The site was designed and edited by Elizabeth McKeigue, Dean of the Library.
If you have any questions or comments, or wish to have your 2020 publication added to this site, please contact The Center for Research and Creative Activities at
Thank you and enjoy!