Published Works of Faculty
Our resident faculty are world-reknowned experts and committed educators who care deeply about our students. Their unique experiences and interests fuel their research and enrich their classrooms.
Learn about their published work below.
Professor James Drisko, M.S.W., Ph.D.
The second edition of Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work continues to bridge the gap between social work research and clinical practice, presenting EBP as both an effective approach to social work and a broader social movement. Building on the models and insights outlined in the first edition, this new edition provides updated research and additional case studies addressing relevant issues such as trauma treatment and opioid dependence.
Available through Springer.
Professor Joshua Miller, M.S.W., Ph.D.
This comprehensive text thoroughly reviews the theories and history of racism, the sociology of and the psychology of racism, intergroup relations and intergroup conflict and how racism is manifested institutionally, between groups and between people, providing a unique view of the connections between these multiple perspectives.
Copies of Racism in the United States are available online through Amazon.
Professor Ora Nakash, M.A., Ph.D.
Mental Health and Palestinian Citizens in Israel offers research and observation on three central topics: socio-cultural determinants of mental health, mental health needs, and mental health service utilization. From suicidal behaviors and addiction to generational trauma and the particular concerns of children and the elderly, this broad and careful collection of research opens new dialogues on treatment, prevention, and methods for providing the best possible care to those in need.
Available through Indiana University Press.
Associate Professor Yoosun Park, M.S.W., Ph.D.
Set against the grim backdrop of World War II,
Facilitating Injustice critically examines social workers’ complicit role in the forced removal and incarceration of Japanese Americans.