Photo of books in a display case. The exhibit showcases eight books and one play by the awards-winning author, Stephen Morewitz.

Stephen Morewitz

Solo exhibit of Stephen Morewitz's published work at CSUEB library

  • July 3, 2012 5:00am

Published work by Nursing and Health Sciences Lecturer Stephen Morewitz will be on display in the Cal State East Bay library until September 1. The exhibit showcases eight books and one play by the awards-winning author, including:

Aging and Chronic Disorders (Springer, 2007)

Chronic Diseases and Health Care: New Trends in Diabetes, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Fibromyalgia, Low Back Pain, Cardiovascular Disease, and Cancer (Springer, 2006)

Death Threats and Violence: New Research and Clinical Perspective (Spring, 2008)

Domestic Violence and Maternal and Child Health (Springer, 2004)

The Medical Malpractice Handbook: The Plaintiff (Austin & Winfield Publishers, 1996)

Sexual Harassment & Social Change in American Society (Austin & Winfield, 1997)

Stalking and Violence: New Patterns of Trauma and Obsession (Springer, 2002)

Morewitz's play "Steamship Quanza", is included as part of Staging Holocaust Resistance (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)


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