People with Disabilities—Resources Available at the Residence Hall Libraries

Below is a selected bibliography of books for and about people living with disabilities.  These books are available for check-out from the Ikenberry Commons Residential Life Resource Center Collection, the Residence Hall Libraries, and/or other University of Illinois libraries, as noted.

Alexander, Rebecca with Sascha Alper. Not fade away: a memoir of senses lost and found.  New York, New York: Gotham, [2014]. Pennsylvania Avenue Residence Hall Library Circulating Collection, Call # 617.7 Al274no.

Bartlett, Jennifer et al, editors. Beauty is a verb: the new poetry of disability. El Paso, TX: Cinco Puntos Press, c2011. Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection, Call # 811 B3856.  Also available at the Undergraduate Library, Call # PS591.D57 B43 2011.

Burcaw, Shane. Laughing at my nightmare. New York: Roaring Brook Press, 2014. Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection, Call # 617.4 B892la

Colker, Ruth. When is separate unequal? : A disability perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection, Call # 342.7308 C682w.  Also available at Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library, Call # 342.73087 C682w.

Connolly, Kevin Michael. Double take: a memoir. [New York]: HarperStudio, c2009. Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection, Call # 613.7 C76287do.

Empowering leadership: a systems change guide for autistic college students and those with other disabilities. Washington, D.C.: ASAN, Autistic Self Advocacy Network, 2013Ikenberry Commons Residential Life Resource Center, Call # 618.92 Em75em.

Harris, Rachael Lee. My autistic awakening: unlocking the potential for a life well lived.  Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, [2015]. Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection, Call # 616 H2432my.

Haugen, Hayley Mitchell, editor. People with disabilities.   Detroit: Greenhaven Press/Gale Cengage Learning, c2011. Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection, Call # 629.4 P3906.

Malatesta, John. Hi, My Name Is John: My Story of Survival with Autism and Learning Disabilities. Xlibris Corp c2012. Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection, Call # 616.89 M2915hi.

Messer, Neil.   Flourishing: health, disease, and bioethics in theological perspective. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2013. Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall Library Circulating Collection, Call # 174.2 M5632fl.

Mooney, Jonathan. The short bus: a journey beyond normal. New York: H. Holt, 2007. Ikenberry Library Circulation Collection, Call # 362.19685889 M779s.

Moss, Haley. A freshman survival guide for college students with autism spectrum disorders:  the stuff nobody tells you about! London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014. Residential Life Resource Center Collection, Illinois Street Residence Hall Library Personal Development section, and Pennsylvania Avenue Residence Hall Library Personal Development section, Call # 371.9 M3552fr.

Naught, Travis Laurence. The Virgin Journals. [Place of publication not identified]: ASD Publishing, 2012. Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall Library Circulating Collection, Call # 808.81 N223vi.

Nussbaum, Martha C. Frontiers of justice: disability, nationality, species membership.  Cambridge, Mass.: The Belknap Press: 2006. Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection, Call # 320 N944f 2006. Also available at the History, Philosophy, and Newspaper Library, Call # 320.011 N944f.

Prince-Hughes, Dawn, editor. Aquamarine blue 5: personal stories of college students with autism. Athens: Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, c2002. Residential Life Resource Center Collection, Call # 371.94 Aq33.

Robbins, Steve L. What if? : Short stories to spark diversity dialogue. Boston: Davies-Black, 2009, c2008. 658.3 R538wh. Pennsylvania Avenue Residence Hall Library Circulating Collection, Call # 658.3 R538wh.

Schweik, Susan M. The ugly laws: disability in public.   New York: New York University, c2009.  Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection, Call # 346.7301 Sch973u. Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library, Call # 346.73013 Sch973u.

Shaywitz, Sally. Overcoming dyslexia: a new and complete science-based program for reading problems at any level. New York: A.A. Knopf, 2003. Illinois Street Residence Hall Library Personal Development section, Call # 371.9144 Sh29o.

Tiedemann, Chris Wise. College Success for Students with Physical Disabilites. Waco, Tex.: Prufrock Press, c2012. Pennsylvania Avenue Residence Hall Library and Ikenberry Library Residential Life Resource Center, Call # 371.91 T44co. Also at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library, Call # 371.91 T44c.

Titchkosky, Tanya. The Question of Access: Disability, Space, Meaning. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011. Ikenberry Library Residential Life Resource Center, Call # 371.9 T53qu. Also at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library, Call # 371.9 T53qu.

Zupan, Mark and Tim Swanson. Gimp: when life deals you a crappy hand, you can fold– or you can play. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, c2006. Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection, Call # 362.43 Z87g.

New Residence Hall Libraries Pinterest account

The Residence Hall Libraries have a new Pinterest account, with boards that feature new and recommended books, DVDs, and CDs.  There are boards on our recently acquired Contemporary Fiction, Historical Fiction, New Non-Fiction, Autobiography/Memoir, Jobs/Careers, Mysteries/Thrillers, Romance, Multicultural Experience, Personal Development, Science Fiction / Fantasy, Women’s Studies, Humor, Graphic Novels, Poetry, and Books Made into Films.  Of special interest to Housing professionals and paraprofessionals is the board on Residential Life Resources.  Please follow us at:

And, of course, feel free to share this information with your residents as well!

New Residence Halls Libraries BookMatch service

Looking for ideas of what to read next?  The Residence Hall Libraries’ staff is happy to help!  We’ve just launched a new readers’ advisory service called BookMatch, which anyone with a U of I net ID can use.  Just fill out a simple online form telling us about some books, authors, or genres you’ve enjoyed.  Within three business days, we’ll send you a customized response with three suggestions you’ll love.  Find BookMatch at:

go.illinois.edu/bookmatch

Please feel free to use this service yourself, and to spread the work among your residents!

Selected Resources on Wellness at the Residence Hall Libraries

For this morning’s Staff Learning session on wellness, we identified several resources on this topic at the Residence Hall Libraries, and we’ve listed these selected resources below.  We also have many more wellness materials at the Ikenberry Library and at our 6 Urbana locations (Allen, Busey-Evans, FAR, ISR, LAR, and PAR).  Please feel free to check out these resources to support your physical, mental, and emotional health.

DVDs

America the Beautiful.  From the Residential Life Resource Center (with Public Performance Rights).  Call # DVD Am3514 2009.

America the Beautiful 2.  From the Residential Life Resource Center (with Public Performance Rights).  Call # DVD Am35141 2012.

Jillian Michaels: Yoga Inferno. At the LAR Library.  Call # DVD J5637 2013.

This Emotional Life: In Search of Ourselves… and Happiness.  From the Residential Life Resource Center (with Public Performance Rights).  Call # DVD T3494 2010.

Zumba Fitness Complete Total-Body Transformation System.  At the Ikenberry Library.  Call # DVD Z851 2009.

Zumba Fitness: Zumba Fitness Live! & Flat Abs. At the Ikenberry Library.  Call # Z852 2008.

Books

Abramson, Winnie.  One Simple Change: Surprisingly Easy Ways to Transform Your Life.  San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books, 2013.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 613.2 Ab839on.

Davis, Martha et al.  The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Workbook, Sixth Edition.  Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, 2008.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 155.9042 D295r.

Dodes, Lance.  Breaking Addiction: A 7-Step Handbook for Ending Any Addiction.  New York, NY: Harper, 2011.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 616.86 D663br.

Dodge, Bryan, with Matthew Rudy.  The Good Life Rules: 8 Keys to Being Your Best at Work and at Play.  New York, NY: McGraw Hill, 2009.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 158 D6641go.

Domar, Alice D.  Self-Nurture: Learning to Care for Yourself as Effectively as You Care for Everyone Else.  New York, NY: Viking, 2000.  In the Busey-Evans Library & Ikenberry Library Personal Development sections.  Call # 305.42 D71s 2000.

Downie, Chris.  The Spark: The 28-Day Breakthrough Plan for Losing Weight, Getting Fit, and Transforming Your Life.  Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, Inc.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 613.2 D7591sp.

Falter-Barns, Suzanne.  Living Your Joy: A Practical Guide to Happiness.  New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 2003.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 153.35 F199l 2003.

Gallagher, B.J.  Why Don’t I Do the Things I Know are Good for Me? : Taking Small Steps toward Improving the Big Picture.  New York, NY: Berkley Books, 2009.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 158.1 G1352w.

Hallowell, Edward M.  Driven to Distraction at Work: How to Focus and Be More Productive.  Boston, MA: Harvard Business Review Press, 2015.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 158.7 H1582dr.

Hibberd, Jeremy & Jo Usmar.  This Book Will Make You Sleep.  New York, NY: Quercus, 2015.  In the LAR Library Personal Development section. Call # 591.519 H5211th.

Kralik, John.  365 Thank Yous: The Year a Simple Act of Daily Gratitude Changed My Life.  New York, NY: Hyperion, 2010.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 179 K859th.

Kreamer, Anne.  It’s Always Personal: Emotion in the New Workplace.  New York, NY: Random House, 2011.  From the Residential Life Resource Center.  Call # 650.1082 K87it.

McClatchy, Steve.  Decide: Work Smarter, Reduce Your Stress, and Lead by Example.  Hoboken, NY: Wiley, 2014.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 153.8 M13221de.

Mindlin, Galina et al.  Your Playlist Can Change Your Life: 10 Proven Ways Your Favorite Music Can Revolutionize Your Health, Memory, Organization, Alertness, and More.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 781 M6619yo.

Niven, David.  The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People: What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use It.  San Francisco, CA: Harper, 2000.  In the FAR Library and Ikenberry Library Personal Development sections.  Call # 613 N644o 2000.

NurrieStearns, Mary and Rick NurrieStearns.  Yoga for Emotional Trauma: Meditations and Practices for Healing Pain and Suffering.  Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, 2013.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 616.8 N936yo.

Olivier, Suzannah.  Stress Protection Plan: Everyday Ways to Beat Stress and Enjoy Life.  New York, NY: Collins & Brown, 2000.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 155.9 Ol4s 2000.

Perry, John.  The Art of Procrastination: A Guide to Effective Dawdling, Lollygagging and Postponing* (*or, getting things done by putting them off).  New York, NY: Workman Publishing, 2012.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 155.23 P4296ar.

Richardson, Cheryl.  Life Makeovers: 52 Practical & Inspiring Ways to Improve Your Life One Week at a Time.  New York: Broadway Books, 2000.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 158.1 R393l 2000.

Wilson, Kimberly.  Tranquilista: Mastering the Art of Enlightened Work and Mindful Play.  Novato, CA: New World Library, 2010.  In the Ikenberry Library Personal Development section.  Call # 650.1 W6949tr.

New Materials in the Residential Life Resource Center

The Residential Life Resource Center (located in the Ikenberry Library) has recently acquired several new materials of interest to student affairs professionals.  Come check ’em out!

DVDs (with Public Performance Rights!) :

Freedom Summer: Mississippi. 1964.  Call # DVD F87591 2014

Makers, Vol. 2 : Women in War, Space, Comedy, Business, Hollywood, Politics.  Call # DVD M28942 2014.

Books:

Affigne, Tony et al, editors.  Latino Politics en Ciencia Politica: The Search for Latino Identity and Racial Consciousness.  New York, NY: New York University Press, 2014.  Call # 305.8 L3499la.

Barr, Margaret J. et al.  Making Change Happen in Student Affairs: Challenges and Strategies for Professionals.  San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2014.  Call # 378.1 B2706ma.

Blimling, Gregory S.  Student Learning in College Residence Halls: What Works, What Doesn’t, and Why.  San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2015.  Call # 378.1 B6181co.

Blumenstyk, Goldie.  American Higher Education in Crisis? : What Everyone Needs to Know.  Oxford, England and New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2015.  Call # 378 B6271am.

Bordas, Juana.  The Power of Latino Leadership: Culture, Inclusion, and Contribution.  San Francisco, CA: Berrrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., 2013.  Call # 973 B6447po.

Bowen, William G.  Higher Education in the Digital Age.  Princeton, NY: Princeton University Press, 2013.  Call # 378.1 B6759hi.

Feagin, Joe R. and Jose A. Cobas.  Latinos Facing Racism: Discrimination, Resistance, and Endurance.  Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2014.  Call # 305.8 F31la.

Garcia, Mario T.  The Latino Generation: Voices of the New America.  Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2014.  Call # 378.1 G1656la.

Junco, Reynol.  Engaging Students Through Social Media: Evidence-Based Practices for Use in Student Affairs.  San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2014.  Call # 378.1 J952en.

Malave, Idelisse and Esti Giordani.  Latino Stats: American Hispanics By the Numbers.  New York, NY: The New Press, 2015.

Mettler, Suzanne.  Degrees of Inequality: How the Politics of Higher Education Sabotaged the American Dream.  New York: Basic Books, 2014.  Call # 378.73 M5681de.

Watt, Sherry K. et al, editors.  Creating Successful Multicultural Initiatives in Higher Education and Student Affairs.  New Directions for Student Services no. 144, Winter 2013.  Call # 370.1 C8603cr.

Mitchell, Donald, Jr., ed.  Intersectionality & Higher Education: Theory, Research & Praxis.  New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 2014.

Resources for Conducting Research

When you’re working on professional research, assessments, and presentations, keep in mind that the Residential Life Resource Center (located in the Ikenberry Commons Library) has guides to help you! Please feel free to contact Librarian Gretchen Madsen Webb and Sr. Library Specialist Laura Poulosky if you’d like our help as you hunt for research sources.

Guides to Conducting Professional Research, found in the Resource Center

Creswell, John W. Research design: qualitative, quantitative, and mixed method approaches. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, c2003. Call # 300.72 C865r 2003. (Also available at the U of I ACES Library).

Hamrick, Florence A., Nancy J. Evans, and John H. Schuh. Foundations of student affairs practice: how philosophy, theory, and research strengthen educational outcomes. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2002. Call # 378.1 H189f 2002.

Krathwohl, David R. Methods of educational and social science research: an integrated approach. Long Grove, Ill.: Waveland Press, 2004. Call # 300.72 K865m 2004.

Kuh, George D. et al. Assessing conditions to enhance educational effectiveness: the inventory for student engagement and success. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2005. Call # 378.1 As74 2005.

Shephard, Kerry. Presenting at conferences, seminars, and meetings. London; Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Publications, 2005. Call # 808.5 Sh481pr.

Siegel, Michael J. Primer on assessment of the first college year. Brevard, N.C.: Policy Center on the First Year of College, c2003. Call # 378.1 Si154p 2003.

Strand, Kerry et al. Community-based research and higher education: principles and practices.   San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2003. Call # 378.1 C737 2003.

Walvoord, Barbara E. Assessment clear and simple: a practical guide for institutions, departments, and general education. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, c2010. Call # 379.158 W179as.

Resources on Black & Latino American Cultures

Welcome back to campus for the Spring Semester!  We hope you all had a relaxing, rejuvenating winter break and a reflective Martin Luther King, Jr., Day.

In preparation for the upcoming Black & Latino Male Summit, which will be held at the iHotel on Sat., Feb. 28th, we have prepared a bibliography of Residence Hall Library resources on Black and Latino American cultures, with a focus on contemporary issues.  For related DVDs and books held in the Residential Life Resource Center Collection (housed in the Ikenberry Commons Library), please see our blog post on “Resources on Racial/Cultural Diversity” from Nov. 5, 2014.  Below is a list of additional resources on this topic, held at our other Residence Hall Library Locations:

Books on Black and Latino American Cultures at other Residence Hall Library Locations

Arellano, Gustavo. Ask a Mexican! New York : Scribner, 2008, c2007. In the PAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.8 Ar32as.

Asim, Jabari. The N word: who can say it, who shouldn’t, and why. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2007. In the FAR Multicultural section: Call # 364 As427n.

Barkley, Charles. Who’s Afraid of a Large Black Man? : Race, Power, Fame, Identity, and Why Everyone Should Read My Book. New York: Riverhead Freestyle, 2006. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.8 B246w 2006.

Berg, Charles Ramírez. Latino images in film: stereotypes, subversion, and resistance. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, c2002. In the ISR Library Multicultural section: Call # 791.4 B452ℓ 2002.

Berlak, Ann and Sekani Moyenda. Taking It Personally: Racism in the Classroom from Kindergarten to College. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2001. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 306.43 B455t 2001.

Berlin, Ira. The Making of African America: The Four Great Migrations. New York: Viking, 2010. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 973 B4557ma.

Bordas, Juana. Salsa, soul, and spirit: leadership for a multicultural age: new approaches to leadership from Latino, Black, and American Indian Communities. San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, c2012. In the Ikenberry Library LEADS LLC Collection: Call # 305.8 B6447sa.

Brunsma, David L., editor. Mixed messages: multiracial identities in the “color-blind” era. Boulder, Colo.: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2006. In the FAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.8 M6995i.

Colby, Tanner. Some of My Best Friends are Black: The Strange Story of Integration in America. New York: Viking, 2012.

Cone, James H. Black Theology & Black Power. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2008. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 230 C75bℓ.

Dávila, Arlene. Latinos, Inc.: the marketing and making of a people. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, c2001. In the Ikenberry Library Circulating Collection: Call # 658.8 D286ℓ 2001.

Delgado, Richard and Jean Stefancic, editors. The Latino/a condition: a critical reader. New York: New York University Press, c1998. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.868 L349 1998.

Espenshade, Thomas J. and Alexandria Walton Radford. No Longer Separate, Not Yet Equal: Race and Class in Elite College Admission and Campus Life. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2009. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 371.82 E564no.

Feagin, Joe R. Systemic racism: a theory of oppression. New York: Routledge, 2006. In the FAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.896073 F31s.

Freed, Leonard. This Is the Day: The March on Washington. Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 2013. In the Ikenberry Library and the PAR Library Multicultural sections: Call # 323.11 F8755th.

Garfield, Gail. Through our eyes: African American men’s experiences of race, gender, and violence. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c2010. In the FAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.38 G18th.

Gilroy, Paul. Against race: imagining political culture beyond the color line. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2001, c2000. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.8 G427a 2001.

Habell-Pallʹan, Michelle and Mary Romero. Latino/a popular culture. New York: New York University Press, c2002. In the PAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.8 L349 2002.

Holt, Thomas C. The problem of race in the 21st century. Cambridge, Mass.: London: Harvard University Press, 2002. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.8 H742p 2002.

Jenkins, Toby S. My Culture, My Color, My Self: Heritage, Resilience, and Community in the Lives of Young Adults. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2013. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.896 J418my.

Katzew, Ilona and Susan Deans-Smith, editors. Race and Classification: The Case of Mexican America. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2009. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 972 R1143.

Kennedy, Randall. Nigger: the strange career of a troublesome word. New York: Pantheon Books c2002. In the ISR Library Circulating Collection: Call # 305.8 K386n 2002.

_____________. The persistence of the color line: racial politics and the Obama presidency. New York: Pantheon, 2011. In the PAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 973.932 K386pe.

Kusmer, Kenneth L. and Joe W. Trotter, editors. African American Urban History since World War II. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2009. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 973.04 Af833.

Loewen, James W. Sundown towns: a hidden dimension of American racism. New York: New Press: Distributed by W.W. Norton, c2005. In the PAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 363.5 L825s 2005.

Lui, Meizhu, et al. The color of wealth: the story behind the U.S. racial wealth divide. New York: New Press: Distributed by W. W. Norton, 2006. In the Allen Residence Hall Library Multicultural section: Call # 339.22 C719.

McWhorter, John. Authentically Black: Essays for the Black Silent Majority. New York: Gotham Books, 2003. In the Ikenberry Library and PAR Library Multicultural sections: Call # 305.896 M258a 2003.

_____________. Winning the race: beyond the crisis in Black America. New York: Gotham Books, 2006. In the PAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.896 M258w 2005.

Mooney, Paul. Black is the New White: A Memoir. New York: Simon Spotlight Entertainment, 2009. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 792.702 M779bℓ.

Morales, Ed. Living in Spanglish: the search for a new Latino identity in America. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2002. In the PAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.8 M792ℓ 2002.

Myers, Kristen. Racetalk: racism hiding in plain sight. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c2005. In the ISR Multicultural section: Call # 306.44 M992r.

Pérez, William. Americans by heart: undocumented Latino students and the promise of higher education. New York: Teachers College Press, c2012. In the PAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 378.1 P1459am.

Pierre, Robert E. and Jon Jeter. A day late and a dollar short: high hopes and deferred dreams in Obama’s “postracial” America. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley, c2010. In the PAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 973.932092 P614da.

Roberts, Kevin D. African American Issues. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2006. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.896 R542a 2006.

Smith, Candis Watts. Black mosaic: the politics of Black pan-ethnic diversity. In the Allen Residence Hall Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.8 Sm532bℓ.

Stavans, Ilan. Latino U.S.A.: a cartoon history. New York: Basic Books, c2000. In the ISR Circulating Collection: Call # 741.5 St29ℓ 2000.

Torr, James D., editor. Race relations. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, c2005. In the PAR Multicultural section: Call # 305.8 R1142r 2005.

West, Cornel. Hope on a Tightrope: Words & Wisdom. Carlsbad, CA: SmileyBooks, 2008. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.896 W52ho.

White, Miles. From Jim Crow to Jay-Z: Race, Rap, and the Performance of Masculinity. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2011. In the Ikenberry Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.38 W5848fr.

Williams, Juan, editor. My soul looks back in wonder: voices of the civil rights experience. New York: AARP/Sterling, c. 2004. In the PAR Library Multicultural section: Call # 323.1 W6764m 2004.

Williams, Kim M. Mark one or more: civil rights in multiracial America. Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c2006. In the Allen Library Multicultural section: Call # 305.805073 W673m.

Resources on Relationships, Communication, & Interpersonal Skills in the Residential Life Resource Center

As the fall and winter holidays approach, it seems an ideal time to think about communication and interpersonal skills in our relationships with family, friends, coworkers, and others. Here are resources available in the Resource Center to help strengthen communication and relationships.

DVDs

August the First. DVD B4687 2009.

For My Father. DVD F7403 2009.

OT, Our Town. DVD Ot1 2003.

This Emotional Life. DVD T3492 2010.

Ventana = The Window. DVD W7241 2009.

 

Books

Boccialetti, Gene. It takes two: managing yourself when working with bosses and other authority figures. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c1995. Call # 650.1 B63i 1995. (Also available from the Oak St. Facility.)

Booher, Dianna. E-Writing: 21st-century tools for effective communication. New York: Pocket Books, 2001. Call # 651.7 B644e 2001.

Cherniss, Cary and Daniel Goleman, editors. The emotionally intelligent workplace: how to select for, measure, and improve emotional intelligence in individuals, groups, and organizations. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2001. Call # 658.3 Em69e 2001. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Dobson, Michael. Exploring personality styles: a guide for better understanding yourself and your colleagues. Mission, KS: SkillPath Publications, c1998. Call # 158.7 D6567ex.

Espinoza, Chip et al. Managing the millennials: discover the core competencies for managing today’s workforce. Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley & Sons, c2010. Call # 658.30084 Es656ma. (Also available at the Undergraduate Library.)

Friedman, Paul. How to deal with difficult people. Mission, Kan.: SkillPath Publications, c1994. Call # 158.26 F9145ho.

Fuller, Robert W. Somebodies and nobodies: overcoming the abuse of rank. Gabriola, B.C.: New Society Publishers, c2004. Call # 305.5 F959s 2004. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Heyman, Richard. Why didn’t you say that in the first place? : How to be understood at work. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, c1994. Call # 650.1 H516w 1994. (Also available from the Oak St. Facility.)

Hughes, Marcia and James Bradford Terrell. The emotionally intelligent team: understanding and developing the behaviors of success. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2007. Call # 658.3128 H874e. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Kaye, Zoie. Saying “no” to negativity: how to manage negativity in yourself, your boss, and your co-workers. Mission, Kan.: SkillPath Publications, c1996. Call # 155.2 K182sa.

Kreamer, Anne. It’s always personal: emotion in the new workplace. New York: Random House, c2010. Call # 650.1082 K87it.

Lancaster, Lynne C. and David Stillman. When generations collide: traditionalists, baby boomers, generation xers, millennials: who they are, why they clash, how to solve the generational puzzle at work. New York: HarperBusiness, c2002. Call # 658.3 L221w 2002. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Lynn, Adele B. Quick emotional intelligence activities for busy managers: 50 team exercises that get results in just 15 minutes. New York: AMACOM / American Management Association, c2007. Call # 658.4 L9933q.

Maxwell, John C. Everyone communicates, few connect: what the most effective people do differently. Nashville, Tenn.: Thomas Nelson, c2010. Call # 650.1 M45ev.

Mitchell, Randy L. Listen very loud: paying attention in the student affairs profession. Madison, WI: Atwood Pub., 2001. Call # 378.1 M695l 2001.

Ranier, Thom S. and Jess W. Ranier. The millennials: connecting to America’s largest generation. Nashville, Tenn.: B & H Pub. Group, c2011. Call # 305.2 R134mi.

Ritchey, Tom with Alan Axelrod. I’m stuck, you’re stuck: break through to better work relationships and results by discovering your DiSC behavioral style. San Francisco: Berett-Koehler Publishers, c2002. Call # 158.7 R51i 2001.

Runde, Craig E. and Tim A. Flanagan. Becoming a conflict competent leader: how you and your organization can manage conflict effectively. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, c2007. 658.4092 R871b. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

_______________________. Building conflict competent teams. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; [Greensboro, NC] : Center for Creative Leadership, c2008. Call # 658.4 R871b.

Twenge, Jean M. Generation me: why today’s young Americans are more confident, assertive, entitled–and more miserable than ever before. New York: Free Press, c2006. Call # 305.24 T9181ge. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Waldroop, James and Timothy Butler. The 12 bad habits that hold good people back: changing the behavior patterns that keep you from getting ahead. New York: Currency/Doubleday, 2000. Call # 650.14 W147t 2000.

Wall, Bob. Coaching for emotional intelligence: the secret to developing the star potential in your employees. New York: Amacom, c2007. Call # 658.3 W1546co.

Weisinger, Hendrie. Emotional intelligence at work: the untapped edge for success. San Francisco, Calif.: Jossey-Bass, 2000. Call # 650.1 W435e 2000.

Resources on Leadership & Professional Skills in the Residential Life Resource Center

To accompany last week’s post on Social Justice, here are resources related to the other part of Housing’s “SJLE”:  Leadership Education.  Included as well are resources on professional development in academic affairs.

DVDs

Fish! Catch the Energy, Release the Potential! DVD F526 2008.

Flow: For Love of Water. DVD F6691 2009.

Books

Andersen, Erika. Leading so people will follow. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2012. Call # 658.4 An227le.

Baker, William F. and Michael O’Malley. Leading with kindness: how good people consistently get superior results. New York: American Management Association, c2008. Call # 658.4 B178l.

Barbazette, Jean. The art of great training delivery: strategies, tools, and tactics. San Francisco, Calif.: Pfeiffer, c2006. Call # 331.2592 B232a. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Beere, Carole A. et al. Becoming an engaged campus: a practical guide for institutionalizing public engagement. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, c2011. Call # 378.103 B392be. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Berson, Alan S. and Richard G. Stieglitz. Leadership conversations: challenging high potential managers to become great leaders. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2013. Call #658.4 B46le. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Cherniss, Cary and Daniel Goleman, editors. The emotionally intelligent workplace: how to select for, measure, and improve emotional intelligence in individuals, groups, and organizations. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2001. Call # 658.3 Em69e 2001. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Citrin, James M. and Richard A. Smith. The five patterns of extraordinary careers: the guide for achieving success and satisfaction. New York: Crown Business, 2003. Call # 650.1 C498f 2003. (Also available in the Ikenberry Library Jobs/Career section.)

Contini, Lisa. Assert yourself! : developing power-packed communication skills to make your points clearly, confidently, and persuasively. Mission, KS: SkillPath Publications, c1996. Call # 158.2 C7678as.

Cooper, Robert K. The other 90%: how to unlock your vast untapped potential for leadership and life. New York: Crown Business, c2001. Call # 158.1 C7875o 2001.

Ellis, Shannon. Dreams, nightmares and pursuing the passion: personal perspectives on college and university leadership. [Washington, D.C.] : National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, c2003. Call # 378.194 El59d 2003.

English, Fenwick W., editor. Encyclopedia of educational leadership and administration. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, c2006. Call # 371.2 En192 2006. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Espinoza, Chip et al. Managing the millennials: discover the core competencies for managing today’s workforce. Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley & Sons, c2010. Call # 658.30084 Es656ma. (Also available at the Undergraduate Library.)

Fullan, Michael. Change leader: learning to do what matters most. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Wiley, c2011. Call # 658.4 F957ch.

Fuller, Robert W. Somebodies and nobodies: overcoming the abuse of rank. Gabriola, B.C.: New Society Publishers, c2004. Call # 305.5 F959s 2004. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Heyman, Richard. Why didn’t you say that in the first place? : How to be understood at work. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, c1994. Call # 650.1 H516w 1994. (Also available from the Oak St. Facility.)

Hughes, Marcia and James Bradford Terrell. The emotionally intelligent team: understanding and developing the behaviors of success. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2007. Call # 658.3128 H874e. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Humphrey, Brad and Jeff Stokes. The 21st century supervisor: nine essential skills for frontline leaders. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer, c2000. Call # 658.3 H884t 2000. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Janosik, Steven M. Supervising new professionals in student affairs: a guide for practitioners. New York: Brunner-Routledge, 2003. Call # 378.1 Su76 2003. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Keohane, Nannerl O. Higher ground: ethics and leadership in the modern university. Durham: Duke University Press, 2006. Call # 174.9378K55h. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Komives, Susan R. et al. Exploring leadership: for college students who want to make a difference. San Francisco, Calif.: Jossey-Bass, c2007. Call # 378.1 K836e 2007.  (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

__________________. The handbook for student leadership development. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2011. Call # 378.198 H19141. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

_________________. Student services: a handbook for the profession. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2003. Call # 378.1 K836s 2003. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Kramer, Gary L. Student academic services: an integrated approach. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2003. Call # 378.1 K86s 2003. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health and Education Library.)

Landreman, Lisa M. The art of effective facilitation: reflections from social justice educators. First edition. Call # 370.11 L237ar.

Lynn, Adele B. Quick emotional intelligence activities for busy managers: 50 team exercises that get results in just 15 minutes. New York: AMACOM / American Management Association, c2007. Call # 658.4 L9933q.

Marshall, Sarah M. and Anne M. Hornak. A day in the life of a college student leader: case studies for undergraduate leaders. Sterling, Va.: Stylus Pub., 2008. Call # 378.1 M3581da. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Murray, Margo. Beyond the myths and magic of mentoring: how to facilitate an effective mentoring process. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2001. Call # 658.3 M965b 2001. Call # 658.3 M965b 2001. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Peddy, Shirley. The art of mentoring: lead, follow and get out of the way. Houston, Tex.: Bullion Books, c2001. Call # 658 P34a 2001.

Rosner, Bob et al. The boss’s survival guide. New York: McGraw-Hill, c2001. Call # 658 R733b 2001.

Rowley, Daniel James and Herbert Sherman. Supervision in colleges and universities. Lanham, Maryland; Toronto: University Press of America, c2004. Call # 378.11 R797s 2004.

Runde, Craig E. and Tim A. Flanagan. Becoming a conflict competent leader: how you and your organization can manage conflict effectively. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, c2007. 658.4092 R871b. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

_______________________. Building conflict competent teams. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; [Greensboro, NC]: Center for Creative Leadership, c2008. Call # 658.4 R871b.

Ryan, James. Inclusive leadership. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2006. Call # 371.200973 R955i. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Shephard, Kerry. Presenting at conferences, seminars, and meetings. London; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2005. Call #808.5 Sh481pr.

Shouse, Deborah. Making your mark: how to develop a personal marketing plan for becoming more visible and more appreciated at work. Mission, KS: Skillpath Publications, c1995. Call # 650.14 sh826ma.

Stout, Linda. Collective visioning: how groups can work together for a just and sustainable future. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, c2011. Call # 307.1 St768co, cop. 2 (Also available at the LAR Library.)

Tull, Ashley et al, editors. Becoming socialized in student affairs administration: a guide for new professionals and their supervisors. Sterling, Va.: Stylus, 2009. Call # 378.1 B3898. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Waldroop, James and Timothy Butler. The 12 bad habits that hold good people back: changing the behavior patterns that keep you from getting ahead. New York: Currency/Doubleday, 2000. Call # 650.14 W147t 2000.

Wall, Bob. Coaching for emotional intelligence: the secret to developing the star potential in your employees. New York: Amacom, c2007. Call # 658.3 W1546co.

Weingartner, Rudolph H. The moral dimensions of academic administration. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, c1999. Call # 378.1 W431m 1999. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Weisinger, Hendrie. Emotional intelligence at work: the untapped edge for success. San Francisco, Calif.: Jossey-Bass, 2000. Call # 650.1 W435e 2000.

Resources on Social Justice in the Residential Life Resource Center

Continuing with our theme of supporting diversity at the University and in the greater community, here are several DVDs and books from the Resource Center about working toward social justice.

DVDs

Freedom Summer, Mississippi 1964.  DVD F87591 2014.

Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do? DVD J984 2009.

Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy that Shaped a Nation.  DVD L3499 2013.

The March: The Story of the Greatest March in American History.  DVD M33129 2013.

New Recruits. DVD N42063 2010.

Shades of Youth: Youth Speak on Racism, Power & Privilege. DVD Sh12 2008.

Sick around America. DVD Si126 2009.

Song for Ourselves. DVD So581 2009.

Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick? DVD Un53 2008.

Vincent Who? Vincent Chin. DVD V7439 2009.

 

Books

Bird, Lee E., Mary Beth Mackin, and Saundra K. Schuster, editors. The First Amendment on campus: a handbook for college and university administrators. [Washington, D.C.] : NASPA, c2006. Call # 379 F519. (Also available at the PAR Library.)

Fasenfest, David. Engaging social justice: critical studies of 21st century social transformation. Chicago, Ill.: Haymarket Books, 2011. Call # 303.372 En31.

Goodman, Diane J. Promoting diversity and social justice: educating people from privileged groups. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications, Inc., 2001. Call # 303.3 G621p.

Gorski, Paul C. and Seema G. Pothini. Case studies on diversity and social justice education. Call # 370.117 G687ca. (Also available at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.)

Landreman, Lisa M. The art of effective facilitation: reflections from social justice educators. First edition. Call # 370.11 L237ar.

Preskill, Stephen and Stephen D. Brookfield. Learning as a way of leading: lessons from the struggle for social justice.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, c2009. Call # 371.2 B791le.

Ross, Howard J. Reinventing diversity: transforming organizational community to strengthen people, purpose, and performance. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c2011. Call # 658.30 R7335re. (Also available at the Main Stacks.)

Sensoy, Ozlem and Robin and DiAngelo. Is everyone really equal? : An introduction to key concepts in social justice education. New York: Teachers College Press, c 2012. (Also available at the Undergraduate Library.)

Stout, Linda. Collective visioning: how groups can work together for a just and sustainable future. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, c2011. Call # 307.1 St768co. (Also available at the LAR Library.)

Winograd, Morley and Michael D. Hais. Millennial momentum: how a new generation is remaking America. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, c2011. Call # 323W7317mi.

Zuʹñiga, Ximena et al. Intergroup dialogue in higher education: meaningful learning about social justice. San Francisco, Calif.: Wiley Subscription Services at Jossey-Bass, c2007. Call # 370.115 In818.