Publications by the ECTL faculty and staff:
Cohn, A. L. (1993). From Sea to Shining Sea: A Collection of American Folklore and Folksongs. Scholastic Press.
Cohn, A.L., & Schmidt, S. (2002). Abraham Lincoln. Scholastic Press.
Cohn, A., Emma, L., Lucey, R., & Lusiak, C. ( 2021). A new coaching type? Meet "the chameleon." www.ntatutor.org
Cohn, A., & Larsen, E. (2022). Change it up! The contribution of aesthetics to a learning environment. www.ntatutor.org
Cotton-Cook, C. and Douglass, L. (2017). Yoga Communities and Eating Disorders: Creating Safe Space for Positive Embodiment. In: International Journal of Yoga Therapy. No. 27.
Douglass, L.; Threlkeld, A.; Merriweather, L. (2021). Trauma in Adult and Higher Education: Conversations and Critical Reflections. Adult and Higher Education Book Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Douglass, L. (2021). Trauma Studies and the Reproduction of Restorative Landscapes in Higher Education. In: Trauma in Adult and Higher Education: Conversations and Critical Reflections. Adult and Higher Education Book Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing
Douglass, L. (2018). A Few Good Allies. Developing Educational Leadership in a Community that Needs You. In: Leaps of Faith: Stories from Working Class Scholars. Editors: Anne Benoit and Karen Stevens. Adult and Higher Education Book Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Douglass, L. and Botrelli, S. (2018). Yoga as a Tool for Emotional Regulation in Individuals with Eating Disorders. In: Mason, Heather and Birch, Kelly (editors). Yoga Practices for Psychiatric Disorders. Scotland, UK: Handspring Publishing.
Douglass, L. (2016). Embodying Authenticity in Higher Education. In: Gammel, J., Cohen, J. and Rudstein-Reily, A. (Editors). New Directions for Teaching and Learning. Special Issue: Transformative Learning in Adult Higher Education. Issue 147. Pp 107-115.
Douglass, L. (2013). Thinking through the body: The conceptualization of yoga as therapy for individuals with eating disorders. In: Leigh Cohen (Editor). Mindfulness in the Treatment of Eating Disorders. New York: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
Douglass, L. (2020). Decolonizing Pedagogy by Appropriating Yoga: The Role of White Women in Social Change in Higher Education. Editors-in-Chief Lisa Merriweather & Joni Schwartz. In: Dialogues in Social Justice: An Adult Education Journal.
Douglass, L. (2011). Yoga as counternarrative: American higher education rethinks difference and interdependency. Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice. (15): 1-35.
Douglass, L. (2011). Thinking through the body: The conceptualization of yoga as therapy for individuals with eating disorders. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention. 19 (1) 83-107.
Douglass, L. (2011). Yoga in Higher Education: North American Educators and the Use of Yoga as Pedagogy. Dissertation in partial fulfillment of doctoral work. Lesley University.
Douglass, L. and Tate, A. (2010). Scholars of the body: Yoga as a tool for teaching and learning within higher education. The Future of Adult Higher Education: Principles, Contexts and Practices, Proceedings of the annual conference of the Adult Higher Education Alliance, Saratoga, NY.
Douglass, L. (2010). Yoga in the public schools: Diversity, democracy and the use of critical thinking in educational debates. Religion & Education, 37(2) 162-169.
Douglass, L. (2009). Yoga as an intervention for eating disorders: Does it help? Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention. 17 (2): 126-139.
Douglass, L. (2007). How did we get here? A history of yoga in America, 1800-1970. International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 17: 35-42.
Douglass, L. (2007). Contemplative online learning environments. Journal of Online Education (JOE). http://www.nyu.edu/classes/keefer/waoe/douglass.htm.
Douglass, L. and Tiwari, S. (2006). Integrating yoga cikitsa in the West: Challenges and future directions. International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 16: 21-32.
Forbes, B., Akhtar, F., and Douglass, L. (2011). Training issues in yoga therapy for mental health treatment. International Journal of Yoga Therapy. 21: 7-12.
Freeman, T. and Getty, S. (in press). “Mindsets, Sense of Belonging, and Help-Seeking in the Writing Center.” Writing Center Journal.
Freeman, T (2022). “Why would you want to do that?” Managing Desire for Alt-Work.” Terms of Service: Affective Labor and Alt-ac Careers. Ed. Lee Skallerup Bessette. Kansas UP.
Freeman, T., Fedesco, H., and Cavin, D. (2020). “Teaching Compressed Format Courses: Colorado College’s Block Plan.” National Teaching & Learning Forum.
Freeman, T., Delman, L., and Tetley, J. (2019). “Sophomore Programs at Colorado College.” Aligning Institutional Support for Student Success: Case Studies Sophomore- Year Initiatives. National Resource Center for the First-Year and Students in Transition.
Freeman, T. and Hannaman, R. A. (2015). StudyWise. Guide for physicians studying for board exams. Published by MedStudy Corporation.
Freeman, T. and Vanden Heuvel, B. (2015). “Who’s in the Room? Using Clickers to Assess Students’ Needs, Attitudes, and Prior Knowledge.” Clickers in the Classroom: Using Classroom Response Systems to Increase Student Learning. Eds. David J. Goldstein and Peter D. Wallis. Sterling, VA: Stylus Press. * Excerpted and distributed twice (2016, 2018) to 49,000 readers on Stanford University’s Tomorrow’s Professor listserv
Freeman, T. (2009). “Can I Get a Witness: Religious Reasoning and the Academic Audience.” Engaging Audience: Writing in an Age of New Literacies Eds. Brian Fehler, Elizabeth Weiser, and Angela González. NCTE.
Freeman, T. (2005). “Personal Criticism.” Encyclopedia of Women’s Autobiography. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2005.
Freeman, Traci. “Celebrity and Popular Autobiography.” Encyclopedia of Life Writing. Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2002.
Snively, H., Freeman, T., and Prentice, C. (2005). “Writing Centers for Graduate Students.” The Writing Center Director's Resource Book. Eds. Christina Murphy and Byron L. Stay. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.