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Alumni, Faculty, and Staff Publications

Alumni, Faculty, and Staff Publications

Introduction

For nearly two centuries, Maryville College alumni, faculty, and staff have demonstrated their passion, intelligence, imagination, and creativity through their published works. The earliest known publication by an alumnus is the 1832 novel Woodville, or the Anchoret Reclaimed by Charles William Todd who graduated from Southern and Western Theological Seminary (now Maryville College) in 1828. This work is considered to be the first novel published in the state of Tennessee.

 

Celebrating this long tradition of excellence, this LibGuide introduces the alumni, faculty, and staff publications currently in our library collections. It is not yet a complete list as we are continuing to identify and add works to this guide. If you know of a publication that is missing from this list, see "Contact Information" below.

 

Use the tabs on the upper left to navigate to Alumni Publications and Faculty/Staff Publications. Under each tab, publications are organized alphabetically by author's last name.

 

Important Information

  • For alumni who later became members of the faculty or staff of Maryville College, their published works are listed under Alumni Publications.
  • Unless otherwise stated, all call numbers are for the Library Non-Fiction section.
  • All books with a Non-Fiction, Fiction, or Oversized call number are available for checkout.
  • All books with a Special Collections call number are only available on-site in the Lamar Memorial Library (cannot be checked out). To view a book from Special Collections, please contact Library Director Angela Quick for more information.
  • All books with an Archives call number are only available on-site in the Maryville College Archives (cannot be checked out). To view any book or archival material in the Maryville College Archives, please contact Maryville College Archivist Amy Lundell to make an appointment.

Contact Information

Do you know of a book in our collections that is missing from this list? Are you an alumnus/a or a former/current faculty or staff member who has written a book but do not see it listed in this LibGuide? Please contact Kathi Sluder (Collection Development Librarian) or Amy Lundell (Maryville College Archivist). We welcome donations of works published by members of the Maryville College Community.