SI Authors

Come to the Wilsey Library to see our SI authors collections, where many of the works, below, are housed.

Allender, Thomas G., ('57)
(b.1940) Jesuit priest; retreat director and speaker
•A.A. retreats [audiotape] Community Productions.
•Anger and forgiveness [audiotape] Community productions, 1986.
•Family spirituality [audiotape] Community Productions, 1994.
•Practical spirituality [audiotape] Community Productions, 1985.
•Practical spirituality in relationships [audiotape] Community Productions, 1986.
•Spiritual perspectives [videotape] Community Productions for Life's Journey, n.d.
•Understanding and taking charge of your personality [audiotape] Community Productions, 1986.
•Your parish mission [audiotape]. Community Productions, 1986, 1993.

Berlo, Robert C. ('58)
Deputy Dept. Head, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
•California county boundary history. Livermore, 2000.
•Largest cities of the U.S.: historical population statistics. Livermore, 2000.
•Manual of the ovulation (Billings) method of natural family planning. Oakland Diocese, 1976.
•Population history maps of California counties and urban areas. Livermore, 1999.
•Population history maps of California places. Livermore, 2000.
•Population history of California places. Livermore, 2000.
•The Scientific report: a guide for authors. [co-author with W. Clements] Lawrence Lab, 1986.
•State boundary history maps. Livermore, 2000.
•The U.S.-Numbered highways of the west: a cartographic study. Livermore, 2000.

Bianchi, Eugene C. (’48)
(b.1930) Professor of Religion, Emory University, Atlanta.
•Aging as a spiritual journey. Crossroad, 1982.
A Democratic Catholic church. [co-ed. with R.R. Ruether]. Crossroad, 1992.
•Elder wisdom: crafting your elderhood. Crossroad, 1994.
From machismo to mutuality: essays on sexism and woman-man liberation. Paulist Press, 1976.
•John XXIII and American Protestants. Corpus, 1968.
•On growing older: a personal guide to life over 35. Crossroad, 1985.
German translation: Mit den Jahren gehen. Kösel, 1990.
•Reconciliation: the function of the church. Sheed & Ward, 1969.
•The Religious experience of revolutionaries. Doubleday, 1972.

Biglieri, Edward G. ('42)
Professor of Medicine, UCSF.
•Endocrine hypertension (ed.). Raven Press, 1990.
•Endocrinology of hypertension [co.ed. with F. Mantero and C. Edwards]. Academic Press, 1982.

Brophy, Robert J. (’46)
(b.1928) Professor of English, California State University, Long Beach.
Robinson Jeffers. Boise St. University Press, 1975.
•Robinson Jeffers: a checklist. Privately printed, 1967.
•Robinson Jeffers: a poet in collection. Cal. State Long Beach, 1975.
•Robinson Jeffers: myth, ritual and symbol in his narrative poems. Press of Case Western Reserve University, 1973; 2d ed., Archon Books, 1976.
•The Robinson Jeffers Newsletter: a jubilee gathering, 1962-1988. Occidental College, 1988.
•Robinson Jeffers, poet, 1887-1987: a centennial exhibition. Occidental College, 1987.
•Robinson Jeffers: the dimensions of a poet [editor]. Fordham University Press, 1994.
•William Everson: Remembrances. Cal. State Long Beach, 1995
[as editor:]
•(Jeffers) Dear Judas and other poems. Liveright, 1977.
•(Jeffers) Poems and contemporary commentary. 1979.
•(Jeffers) Songs and heroes. Arundel Press, 1988.
•(Jeffers) Whom shall I write for? Ritchie, 1979.

Brown, Edmund G. (Jerry) ('55)
(b.1938) Politician, Governor of California, 1975-1982.; Mayor of Oakland, 1998-
•Dialogues. Berkeley Hills Books, 1998.
 City Lights Books, 1976.

Brusher, Joseph S. (’24)
(1906-1972) Jesuit priest; Professor of History at Loyola Marymount University and Santa Clara University.
•Consecrated thunderbolt: Father Yorke of San Francisco. Wagner, 1973.
•Popes through the ages. Van Nostrand, 1959.

Burns, Robert Ignatius ('39)
(b.1921) Professor of History, UCLA
•The Crusader kingdom of Valencia: reconstruction on a 13th century frontier. 2v. Harvard U.P., 1967; translation: El regne croat de Valencia: un pais de frontera al segle XIII. Tres i Quatre, 1993.
•Diplomatarium of the crusader kingdom of Valencia. 2v. [v.1: Society and documentation in crusader Valencia; v.2: Foundations of crusader Valencia: revolt and recovery, 1257-1263] Princeton U.P., 1985-90; translation: Societat i documentacio en el regnat croat de Valencia. Valencia, Tres i Quatre, 1988.
•Emperor of culture: Alfonso X the Learned of Castile [editor] Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1990.
•Islam under the Crusaders: colonial survival in the 13th century Kingdom of Valencia. Princeton, 1973; translation: L'Islam sota els croats. Valencia: Tres i Quatre, 1991.
•Jaume I i els Valencians del segle XIII. Valencia: Tres i Quatre, 1981.
•The Jesuits and the Indian wars of the Northwest. Yale, 1966; reprint: U. Idaho Pr., 1985.
•Jews in the notarial culture: Latinate wills in Mediterranean Spain, 1250-1350. U. Calif. Pr., 1996.
•Medieval colonialism: post-crusade exploitation of Islamic Valencia. Princeton U.P., 1975; translation: Colonialisme medieval: explotacio postcroada de la Valencia islamica. Valencia: Tres i Quatre, 1987.
•Moors and Crusaders in Mediterranean Spain: collected studies. Variorum Reprints, 1978.
•Muslims, Christians and Jews in the Crusader kingdom of Valencia. Cambridge U.P., 1984; translation: Moros, cristians i jueus en el regne croat de Valencia. Valencia, Tres i Quatre, 1987.
•Negotiating cultures: bilingual surrender treaties in Muslim-Crusader Spain under James the Conqueror. [co-author: P. Chevedden] Brill, 1999.
•El Reino de Valencia en el siglo XIII (iglesia y sociedad). Valencia: Del Cenia al Segura, 1982.
•The Worlds of Alfonso the Learned and James the Conqueror [editor] Princeton U.P., 1985; translation: Los mundos de Alfonso el Sabio y Jaime el Conquistador. Valencia: Ed. Alfons el Magnanim, 1990.
•Iberia and the Mediterranean World of the Middle Ages: Studies in honor of Robert I. Burns, S.J. v.1 (ed. by Larry J. Simon), v.2 (ed. by Paul E. Chevedden et al). Leiden: Brill, 1995-96.

Burton, Bob ('57)
Retired school administrator
•99 nuggets. Spirit Works, 1998.
•Spirit works: turn it on!. 4th ed. Spirit Works, 1997.

Butler, Lewis H. ('44)
Retired Professor, UCSF
•Cooperation between health systems agencies and professional standards review organizations. Health Policy Program, UCSF, 1976, 1977.
•Medical life on the Western frontier: the competitive impact of prepaid medical care plans in California. Institute of Governmental Studies, Univ. California. 1980.

Campbell, Peter A. (’52)
(b.1935) Author and lecturer in spirituality.
•Becoming a person in the whole Christ. [co-author with E.M. McMahon] Sheed & Ward, 1967.
•Bio-spirituality: focusing as a way to grow. [co-author: McMahon] Loyola U. Press, 1985. 2d. ed., 1997.
Chinese translation: Nei guan zi de. Kuangchi Press, 1990.
German translation: Biospiritualität: Glaube beginnt im Körper. Claudius Verlag, 1992.
•The In-between: evolution in Christian faith. [co-author with McMahon] Sheed & Ward, 1969.
Please touch. [co-author with McMahon] Sheed & Ward, 1969.

Carson, Robert M.. (’63)
(b.1945) Longshoreman and author. For a profile, see Genesis III, Summer 1995.
•America in poetry. [contributor] Abrams, 1988.
•The Waterfront writers. [editor] Harper & Row, 1979.

Castro, Eric E. (’92)
Charting a New Course: Reinventing High School Classes for the New Millennium [with Paul Totah ’75], Information Age, 2017. 

Cavanagh, Michael E. (’55)
Psychologist and author.
•Before the wedding, look before you leap. Westminster/John Knox Press, 1994.
•The Catechist as catalyst [audiotape]. Ave Maria Press, 198-.
•The Counseling experience. Brooks/Cole, 1982; reprint, Waveland Press, 1990.
•The Effective minister. Harper & Row, 1986.
•The Gift of ministry [audiotape]. Ave Maria Press, 1988.
•Make your tomorrow better. Paulist Press, 1980.
•Relationships: life-lines to the soul [audiotape]. Ave Maria Press, 198-.

Clifford, John (’35)
(1917-1984) Jesuit priest; missionary to China. Professor of Philosophy, National University, Taipei, Shujen College, Hong Kong, and University of San Francisco..
•In the presence of my enemies. Norton, 1963. Reprint: Taipei, 1964.

Coghlin, Arthur V. (190-)
(1886-1969) Jesuit priest
•Literary exercises, bks. 1-2. Gilmartin, 1926-27.

Cole, Basil B. ('55)
Dominican priest; Professor of Theology, Pont. Univ. S. Thomas, Rome.
•Christian totality: theology of consecrated life. [co-author with P.O'Connor] St. Paul Publ.; Alba House, 1998.
•Music and morals. Alba House, 1993.

Coleman, John A. (’54)
(b.1937) Jesuit priest; Professor, Loyola-Marymount University, Los Angeles; co-editor, Concilium series.
•An American strategic theology. Paulist, 1982.
•The Evolution of Dutch Catholicism, 1958-1974. Univ. California Press, 1978.
•One hundred years of Catholic social thought. [editor] Orbis Books, 1991.
•Reading the signs of the times. [co-editor with T. Sanks]. Paulist, 1993.
•Sociology: an introduction [co-author with J.H. Curtis and R. Lane]. Bruce, 1967.
[as co-editor of Concilium. Edinburgh: T. Clark:]
•v.151: The church and racism. 1982.
•v.161: New religious movements. 1983.
•v.173: The sexual revolution. 1984.
•v.181: Youth without a future? 1985.
•v.193: The church and Christian democracy. 1987.
•v.205: Sport. 1989.

Collins, Denis E. (’56)
(b.1938) Jesuit priest; Professor of Education, University of San Francisco.
•Paolo Freire, His Life, Works and Thought. Paulist Press, 1977.
Paolo Freire: Una filosofia educativa para nuestro tiempo. Edicion bilingue. Universidad La Salle, 2000. 

Collins, William J. ('55)
Asst. Professor of English , Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.
•Black Bart. [co-author with B. Levene] Pacific Transcriptions, 1992.
•EJS: discography of the Edward J. Smith recordings: "The Golden Age of Opera," 1956-1971. [co-author with W. Shaman & C. Goodwin] Greenwood Pr., 1994.

Contreras, Colleen Claitor '98
Achieving Excellence and Balance in a Mulit-Tasking Society. 

Cooney, Robert P.J. ('68)
Researcher, Educational Film Center, Washington, D.C.
The Power of the people: active nonviolence in the United States. [co-editor with H. Michalowski] rev. and up-dated ed. New Society Publications, 1987. [1st ed.: Peace Press, 1977]
•Women win the vote. National Women's History Project, 1994.

Cordes, Joseph J. ('67)
Prof. Economics, George Washington University
•Democracy, social values and public policy [co-ed. with M. Carrow and R. Churchill]. Praeger, 1998.
•Encyclopedia of taxation and tax policy [co-ed. with: R. Ebel and J. Gravelle]. Urban Institute Press, 1999.
•Evaluating the impact of securities regulation on venture capital markets [with J. Barth and G. Tassey] U.S. Dept. of Commerce, 1980.
•Shore protection and beach erosion control study: economic effects of induced development. Institute for Water Resources, 1995.

Corum, Jim ('71)

A military historian and Prof. at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas

•Airpower in Small Wars: Fighting Insurgents and Terrorists. Co-author Wray Johnson. Univ. Press of Kansas, 2003.

The Luftwaffe:  Creating the Operational Air War 1918-1940.  Lawerence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 1997.

The Luftwaffe's Way of War: German Air Doctrine 1911-1945.   Co-author Dr. Richard Muller. Baltimore: Nautical and Aviation. 1998.

The Roots of Blitzkrieg: Hans von Seeckt and German Military Reform. Lawrence, Kansas:  University Press of Kansas. 1992

Crudo, John ('81)
Editorial Director, Waite Group Press
•Fantasy sports front office. [book & CD-ROM] Lightspeed publishing, 1996.

Daskarolis, George P. ('50)
(d.1999) Instructor, College of Alameda
•San Francisco's Greek colony: the evolution of an ethnic community. Light & Life Pub., 1995.

Devine, George (’59)
Author and realtor; Prof., McLaren School of Business, USF
•American Catholicism. Prentice-Hall, 1975.
•A Case for Roman-Catholicism. Silver-Burdett, 1975.
•Counselling the homeowner. Anthony Schools, 1989.
•For sale by owner. Nolo Press, 1987; 2d ed., 1992.
•How to buy a house in California [co-author with R. Warner et al] Nolo Press, 1990; 3d. ed., 19-
•If I were to preach. 3v. Alba House, 1974-76.
•Liturgical renewal. Alba House, 1973.\
•Managing your employees. Prentice Hall, 1997.
•Our living liturgy. Claretian Press, 1966.
•Responses to 101 questions on business ethics. Paulist, 1996.
Indonesian translation: Jakarta: Roman Catholic Bishops' Conference, 1997.
•Transformation in Christ. Alba House, 1972.
•Why read the Old Testament? Claretian Press, 1966. 
[as editor for the College Theology Society:]
•New dimensions in religious experience. Alba House, 1971.
•That they may live. Alba House, 1972; rp. University Press of America, 1984.
•Theology in revolution. Alba House, 1970.
•To be a man. Prentice-Hall, 1969.
•A World more human, a church more Christian. Alba House, 1973; reprint: University Press of America, 1984.

Dullea, Charles W. (’34)
(b.1916) Jesuit priest; Chancellor Emeritus, University of San Francisco.
•A Catholic looks at Billy Graham. Paulist Press, 1973.
•W.F. “Billy” Graham’s “Decision for Christ”: a study in conversion. Pont. Univ. Gregoriana, 1971.

Egan, Willis J. ('35)
(1918-1981) Jesuit priest.
•The rule of faith in St. Thomas More's controversy with William Tyndale, 1528-1532. Los Angeles, 1960.

Fabing, Robert (’60)
(b.1942) Jesuit priest; liturgical musician.
•Adoremus: liturgical music. North American Liturgy Resources, 1995. [also audio cassette, CD].
•Be like the sun, songs of praise and contemplation [audio cassette] Alba House, 1974.
•Covenant/Everlasting covenant: guitar accompaniment book. North American Liturgy Resources, 1989. [also: audio cassette]
•Episodes from the Bible. 3v. [co-author with P. Milward] Tokyo: Asahi Press, 1989-92.
The Eucharist of Jesus: a spirituality for eucharistic celebration. Epoch Universal Publications, 1986; 
La Eucharistiá de Jesus
. Ed. Paulinas, 1989;
Seisan to aisan [in Japanese] Chuuoo Shuppan Sha, 1992; 
[also: videotape, North American Liturgy Resources, c1986].
Experiencing God in daily life. North American Liturgy Resources, 1989, 1991; [audio tape: Epoch Universal Publications, 1989; video tape: Loyola Tapes.]
Chinese translation: Zai ri chang sheng huo zhong ti yen tian zhu. Kuangchi Press, 2000.
•Indwelling: the music of Bob Fabing [phonorecord] Alba House Communications, 1971 [audio cassette, 1976]
•Qing qian lai: zan mei shi ge [music book and CD]. Taipei, 2000.
•Real food: a spirituality of the Eucharist. Paulist Press, 1994; 
Polish translation: Prawdziwy pokarm. Krakow, 1996.
•Song of the Lamb: melody & guitar ed. North American Liturgy Resources, 1977, rev. ed., 1988 [also audio cassette]. 
•Winter risen: song book.North American Liturgy Resources, 1984 [also: audio cassette] 

Fagothey, Austin (’17)
(1901-1975) Jesuit priest; Professor of Ethics, Santa Clara University.
•Anthology of right and reason. Mosby, 1972.
•Right and reason: ethics in theory and practice. 1st ed. Mosby, 1953. [2d ed, 1959; 3d. ed., 1963; 4th ed., 1967; 5th ed., 1972; 6th ed., 1976; 7th-9th eds. published under the title: Fagothey's Right and Reason; 6th-9th eds. ed. M. Gonsalves.]

Fallon, Timothy ('40)
(1922-1994) Jesuit priest; Professor of Philosophy, Santa Clara University.
•Religion and culture; essays in honor of Bernard Lonergan, S.J. [co-editor with P. Riley] State University of New York Press, 1987.
•Religion in context: recent studies in Lonergan. [editor]. University Press of America, 1988.

Feely, Raymond T. (’11)
(1895-1965) Jesuit priest; Dean and professor of Political Science, University of San Francisco.
•The Daily Calvary: a Mass book. Ecclesiastical Supply Assn., 192-.
•The Eighth dolar. Ecclesiastical Supply Assn., 1929.
•Mending the nets. Benziger Brothers, 1926.
•Nazism versus religion. Paulist Press, 1940.
•The Pale Galilean. Ecclesiastical Supply Assn., 1927.
•Thoughts for today. Benziger Brothers, 1925.
[Many pamphlets on fascism and communism, 1935-45]

Foote, Patrick J. (1881)
(1861-1948) Jesuit priest
•Some historical notes of men and events that led up to the return of the Jesuits to California. St. Ignatius College, n.d.

Franxman, Thomas W. ('50)

(b.1933) Jesuit priest; Professor, Ateneo de Manila University
•Genesis and the "Jewish Antiquities" of Flavius Josephus. Biblical Institute Press, 1979.

French, Richard Patrick ('39)
(d.1995) Lt. Col. ,USN.
•Tuttle, 1970.

Getty, Gordon P. ('51)
•My uncle's house and other poems. H. Berliner, 1984.

Gilligan, Stephen G. ('72)
•Brief therapy: myths, methods and metaphors [co-ed. with J. Zeig]. Brunner/Mazel, 1990.
•Courage to love: principles and practices of self-relations psychotherapy. Norton, 1997.
•Therapeutic conversations [co-ed. with R. Price]. Norton, 1993.
•Therapeutic trances: the cooperation principle in Ericksonian hypnotherapy. Brunner/Mazel, 1987.
•Views on Ericksonian brief therapy, process and action [co-ed. with S. Lankton and J. Zeig]. Brunner/Mazel, 1991.

Gloria, Eugene John ('77)
•Drivers at the short-time motel [poems]. Viking, 2000.

Gotera, Vince ('71)
Poet; Prof. of English , University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls For a profile see Genesis III, Summer, 1995.
•Dragonfly [poems]. Pecan Grove Press, 1994.
•The Jazz poetry anthology. [contributor] Indiana University Press, 1991.
•The Open boat, an anthology of Asian American poetry. [contributor] Doubleday Anchor, 1993.
•Radical visions: poetry by Vietnam veterans. University of Georgia Press, 1994.

Graham, Robert A. (’29)
(1912-1997) Jesuit priest; writer and researcher in Church history, Rome.
•Actes et documents du Saint Siege relatifs a la seconde guerre mondiale [co-editor with P. Blet et al] Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1965-80.
•Nothing sacred: Nazi espionage against the Vatican, 1939-1945. [co-author with D. Alvarez] Cass, 1997.
•Our times: the life of the church in the postconciliar decade: letters from Rome to "Columbia", 1966-1978. Rome, 1979.
•Pius XII’s defense of the Jews and others, 1944-45. Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, 1982.
•The Pope and Poland in World War Two. Veritas, 1968.
•The rise of the double diplomatic corps in Rome. Nijhoff, 1951, 1952.
•The Vatican and communism during World War II. Ignatius Press, 1996.
Vatican diplomacy. Princeton University Press,1959. 
Italian translation: Diplomazia pontificia. Edizone Paoline, 1960; Cinque Lune, 1975.
•Il Vaticano e il Nazismo.

Gray, William G. ('65)
Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Notre Dame Univrsity.
•Finite element simulation in surface and subsurface hydrology 
[co-author wih G. Pinder]. Academic Press, 1977.
•Finite elements in water resources [co-editor with G. Pinder and C. Brebbia]. Pentech Press, 1977.
•Groundwater contamination from hazardous wastes [co-editor with E. Wood et al]. Prentice-Hall, 1984. 
•Mathematical tools for changing spatial scales in the analysis of physical systems. CRC Press, 1993.
•Numerical methods for differential equations [co-author with M. Celia]. Prentice-Hall, 1992.
•Physics-based modeling of lakes, reservoirs and impoundments.Amer. Society of Civil Engineers, 1986.
•Surface flow. CML Publications, 1984. 

Hanley, Paul J. ('63)
(b.1946) Teacher of Religious Studies, St. Ignatius.
•Wise fool, a story of San Francisco, 1967-1968. San Francisco, 1981.

Harper, Harold A. ('29)
(1911-19--) Dean Emeritus, Prof. Emeritus, Univ. California-San Francisco.
•Harper's review of biochemistry. 18th ed.
 [by D. Martin, et al] Lange Medical Publications, 1981. First published 1939; Harper edited editions published 1951-1979. Formerly published under the title: Review of physiological chemistry.

Hayburn, Robert F. (’35)
(d.1991) Priest of the Archdiocese of San Francisco; Pastor Emeritus, St. Brigid’s Church.
•Church music regulations for the Archdiocese of San Francisco. Archdiocesan Dept. of Education, 1949, 1958.
•Digest of regulations and rubrics of Catholic Church music. 4th rev. ed. McLaughlin & Reilly, 1961.
•Gregorian chant: its origin, decline, restoration & interpretation. Church Music Foundation, 1952.
•Papal legislation on sacred music, 95 A.D. to 1977 A.D. Liturgical Press, 1979.

Henning, Robert J. ('59)
Professor of Medicine & Head of Clinical Cardiology, Univ. of South Florida College of Medicine.
•Critical care cardiology [co-editor with A. Grenvik]. Churchill Livingstone, 1989.
•Handbook of acute critical care neurology [co-editor with D. Jackson] Greenwood, 1985. 

Herlihy, David (’48)
(1930-1991) Professor of History at Harvard and Brown Universities. For a profile, see Genesis III, Spring 1991 issue.
•The Black death and the transformation of the West. Harvard University Press, 1997.
•Cities and societies in medieval Italy. Variorum Reprints, 1980.
•Economy, society and government in medieval Italy. [ed.] Kent State University Press, 1969.
•The History of feudalism. Harper & Row, 1970; Macmillan; Walker, 1971; Humanities Press, 1979.
•Medieval and Renaissance Pistoia: a social history of an Italian town. Yale, 1967.
•Medieval and Renaissance studies, n.6. [contributor] Duke University Press, 1976.
•The Medieval city [co-editor]. Yale University Press, 1977.
•Medieval culture and society. Harper Torchbooks, 1968; Waveland Press, 1993.
Medieval households. Harvard University Press, 1985.
•One thousand years: Western Europe in the Middle Ages. [contributor] Houghton Mifflin, 1974.
•Opera muliebria: women and work in medieval Europe. Temple U.P.,1990; McGraw-Hill, 1990.
•Pisa in the early Renaissance. Yale University Press, 1958; reprint: Kennikat Press, 1973.
•Pisa nel duecento. Nistri-Lischi, 1973.
•Pistoia nel medidevo e nel rinascimento. Olschki, 1972.
•The Social history of Italy and Western Europe. Variorum Reprints, 1978.
•Les Toscans et leurs familles. [co-author with C. Klapisch-Zuber] Paris: Presses de la Foundation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 1978. 
English translation: The Tuscans and their families. Yale, 1985.
•The Western experience, 4th ed. (2v.) [co-author with M. Chambers et al] McGraw-Hill, 1987; 6th ed., 1995.
•Women, family and society in medieval Europe; historical essays, 1978-1991. Berghahn Books, 1995.
•Women in medieval society. University of St. Thomas, 1971.
•Portraits of medieval and renaissance living: essays in memory of David Herlihy. University of Michigan Press, 1996.

Hogan, William (’55)
•The quartzsite trip. Atheneum, 1980; Avon Books, 1981.
The year of the mongoose. Atheneum, 1981.

Hubbard, Bernard R. ('06)
(1888-1962) Jesuit priest; Professor of geosciences, Santa Clara University.
•Cradle of the storms. Dodd, Mead, 1935.
•Mush, you malemutes! America Press, 1932, 1943.

Humphreys, Alexander J. (’31)
(1913-1991) Jesuit priest; Professor of Sociology, Loyola Marymount University.
•New Dubliners: urbanization and the Irish family. Fordham University Press, 1966; Routledge & K. Paul, 1966.

Jacopetti, Roland (Benjamin) ('53)
•Rescued buildings.
 Capra Press, 1977.

Jones, Donlan F. ('48)
•Business data processing, an introduction [co-author with G. Wheeler]. Addison-Wesley, 1966.

Kathrein, Jonathan ('00)
Don't Fear the Shark . Book Surge, 2006.

Kavanagh, Denis John (1892)
(1877-1939) Jesuit priest
•Golgotha, a study of the sweet, sad story of the cross. J.H. Barry, 1915.
•The Holy Family Sisters of San Francisco, a sketch of their first 50 years, 1872-1922. Gilmartin, 1922.
•The Just man: a little study of the great virtues of St. Joseph. 4th ed. Barry, 1921.
•La Storta: the sanctuary of St. Ignatius' vision [by L. Fonck, transl. by D.J.K.] Pontificio Istituto Biblico, 1924.
•The pagoda. J.H. Barry, 1915.
•The question of questions: where is man's permanent home? J.H. Barry, 1922.
•The Zi-kas-wei orphanage. Barry, 1915.
[many pamphlets on spiritual subjects]

Keating, John P. (’55)
(b.1937) University Administrator
•Faith in the face of doubt. [ed.] Paulist Press, 1968.

Kleinen, Patrick S. ('83)
President, PeaK Productions
•Dear Santa. Discovery Toys, 1993.
•If I were a moose. Discovery Toys, 1995.

Larsgaard, Chris ('85)
•The heir hunter, a novel of suspense.
 Delacorte, 2000.

Latham, James E. ('47)
(b.1929), Jesuit priest; Professor, American University of Paris.
•The religious symbolism of salt. Beauschesne, 1982.

Lonergan, William I. (190-)
(1884-1936) Jesuit priest; associate editor, America.
•Campaigning with Christ's church: sermons. Wagner, 1928.
•Laymen's retreats explained. America Press, 1930.

MacDonald, H. Malcolm ('31)
(1914-1998) Professor, Dept. of Government, University of Texas, Austin
•The intellectual in politics. University of Texas Press, 1966.
•Outside readings in American government. Crowell, 1949, 1952, 1957.
•Readings in American government. Crowell, 1963, 1964, 1968.
•The rule of law. Southern Methodist University Press, 1961.

Maginnis, Andrew (’39)
(b.1923) Jesuit priest; Director, Jesuit Seminary Association; Vicar for Religious, Archdiocese of San Francisco.
•A priest to a nun. [correspondence] Sheed & Ward, 1972.

Maher, Zacheus, J. (1896)
(1882-1963) Jesuit Priest; President, Santa Clara, 192x-19xx; Provincial, California Province, 1932-1938.
•Under the seal of the fisherman. El Retiro San Inigo, 1948.

Martinez, Ernest R. (’49)
(b.1931) Jesuit priest; Professor of New Testament Spirituality at the Gregorian University, Rome.
•The Gospel accounts of the death of Jesus. Pont. Univ. Gregoriana, 1970.
•Hebrew-Ugaritic index to the writings of Mitchell J. Dahood. 2 v. Pontificio Istituto Biblico, 1967-81.
•Luca-Atti: un viaggio spirituale. Pontificia Universita Gregoriana, 1996.
•La Sequela di Gesu Cristo nel Vangelo secondo Marco. Pont. Universita Gregoriana, 1997.
•La Vita cristiana e la spiritualita secondo San Paolo. Pont. Universita Gregoriana, 1992.

Martini, John A. ('69)
U.S. Park ranger, Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
•Fort Point: sentry at the Golden Gate. Golden Gate National Park Association, 1991.
•Fortress Alcatraz, guardian of the Golden Gate. Pacific Monograph, 1990.
•The Official map and guide to the Presidio of San Francisco. G.G. Natl. Park Assn., 1992.

McDonnell, Timothy L. ('36)
(1918-1992) Jesuit Priest, Professor and Dean, University of San Francisco.
•The Wagner Housing Act: a case study of the legislative process. Loyola University Press, 1957.

McGloin, John B. (’29)
(1912-1988) Jesuit priest; Professor of History at the University of San Francisco.
California’s first archbishop: the life of Joseph Sadoc Alemany, 1814-1888. Herder & Herder, 1966.
•Eloquent Indian: the life of James Bouchard, California Jesuit. Stanford University Press, 1949.
•Jesuits by the Golden Gate: the Society of Jesus in San Francisco, 1849-1969. University of San Francisco, 1972.
•San Francisco: the story of a city. Presidio Press, 1978.

McKeever, George ('80)
Writer and lecturer on spirituality ,meditation and motivational psychology.
•America's heroes and you. [co-author with A. Kutt]. McKeever, 1995.
•Learn to meditate; the journey to self-discovery. McKeever, 1997.
•Paths are many, truth is one. McKeever, 1994.
•Strategy for success. McKeever, 1993.

McManus, Philip ('69)
Coordinator, Resource Center for Nonviolence, Santa Cruz.
•Relentless persistence: nonviolent action in Latin America. [ed.] New Society Publ., 1991.

Meisel, Harry J. ('36)
•Poetry of Mary Keelan Meisel.
 [editor] 9v. Wyndham Hall Press, 1988-90.

Mezzera, David (’64)
Director of Community Service and teacher at St. Ignatius.
•An approach to oral communication and expression. [co-author: Charles E. Henry]. n.p., c1975.
•Student congress and Lincoln-Douglas debate. 2d ed. [co-author with J. Giertz]. National Textbook Co., 1989.

Milani, Michael ('55)
President, Sunset Produce
•It happens every morning; a chronicle of the produce industry in the Bay Area.Papa's Publishing, 1996.

Miller, Russell R. ('55)
Chairman, Russell Miller, Inc.
Impressions. Arion Press, 1991.
My Singapore Story (photos)Asiapac Books, 2005.
Singapore's Homegrown Entrepreneurs tell you how to do it. Landmark Books, 2003.
Supergrowth: buying and selling agencies for profit. National Underwriter Press, 1981

Mullen, Kevin J. ('53)
Retired police officer.
•Let justice be done: crime & politics in early San Francisco. Univ. Nevada Press, 1989.

Muñoz, Ricardo F. ('68)
Prof. of Psychology, U.C.S.F.
•Control your depression. [co-author with P. Lewinsohn et al] Simon & Schuster, 1978; rev. 1986.
•Depression prevention: research directions. [editor] Hemisphere Pub., 1987.
•How to control your drinking. [co-author with W.R. Miller]. Prentice-Hall, 1976. rev. ed., Univ. New Mexico Press, 1982.
•The Prevention of depression: research and practice. [co-author with Y.W. Ying et al] Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993.
•Social & psychological research in community settings [co-editor with L. Snowden, J.G. Kelly]. Jossey-Bass, 1979.

Nan, Chuck. ('79)
Sports editor for the Martinez News-Gazette.
Fifty Years by the Bay: The San Francisco Giants '58-'07., 2006.

O’Brien, Joseph D. (’16)
(1898-1976) Jesuit priest; Professor of Canon Law, Alma College; Provincial of California Jesuits1948-1954.
•The Exemption of religious in church law. Bruce, 1943.

O'Connell, James F. ('61)
Prof. Anthropology, University of Utah
•Man and environment in the Great Basin [co-ed. with D. Madsen]. Society for Amer. Archaeology, 1982.
•A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul [co-author wih J. White]. Academic Press, 1982.
•The Prehistory of Surprise Valley. Ballena Press, 1975.
•Transitions: Pleistocene to Holocene in Australia and Papua New Guinea [co-ed. with F. Allen]. London, 1995.

O’Connor, Philip F. (’50)
Professor of English at Bowling Green University, Director of Creative Writing Program. For profile see Genesis III, Spring 1991 issue.
•Defending civilization. Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1988.
•Finding Brendan. Summit Books, 1991.
•Human anatomy: three fictions. [with A. Thomas and J. Matthews] Bottom Dog Press, 199- [nyp?]
Ohio woman. Bottom Dog Press, 1985.
•Old morals, small continents, darker times: short stories. University of Iowa Press, 1971.
•A Season for unnatural causes: stories. University of Illinois Press, 1975.
•Stealing home. Knopf, 1979; Ballantine Books, 1981.

Olds, Lee ('53)
•The bilge, a novel. Shakti Press, 1986.
•Too much sun, a novel. Vanguard Press, 1960; Bantam Books, 1961.

O'Neill, William J. ('70)
(b.1952) Jesuit priest; professor of social ethics, Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley.
•The Ethics of our climate: hermeneutics and ethical theory. Georgetown University Press, 1994.

O'Reilly, Sean (editor). ('70)
The Best Travel Writing 2006: True Stories From Around the World. Traveler's Tales, 2006.
30 Days in the South Pacific: True Stories of Escape to Paradise. 
Traveler's Tales, 2005.
Travelers' Tales: China. 
Traveler's Tales, 2004.

Orr, Robert T. (’25)
(1908-1994) Senior Scientist,California Academy of Sciences; former Professor of Biology, University of San Francisco.
•The Animal kingdom. Macmillan, 1965.
Animals in migration. Macmillan, 1970.
•Birds from the Lake Tahoe region. [co-author with J. Moffitt] Calif. Academy of Sciences, 1971.
•The Little known pika. Macmillan, 1977.
Mammals of Lake Tahoe. Calif. Academy of Sciences, 1949.
•Mammals of North America. Doubleday, 1971.
Marine mammals of California. University of California Press, 1972; rev. ed, 1989.
•Mushrooms and other common fungi of Southern California. [co-author with D. Orr] University of California Press, 1968.
•Mushrooms and other common fungi of the San Francisco Bay region. [co-author with D. Orr] University of California Press, 1962.
Mushrooms of Western North America. [co-author with D. Orr] University of California Press, 1979.
•Natural history of the Pallid Bat. Calif. Academy of Sciences, 1954.
•The Rabbits of California. Calif. Academy of Sciences, 1940.
•Vertebrate biology. Saunders, 1961; revised eds., 1966, 19711976, 1982.
Wildflowers of western America. [co-author with M. Orr] Knopf, 1974.

Phelan, James D. (1881)
(1861-1930), U.S. Senator
•Santo Domingo investigation: copy of the report. Gibson Bros., 1916.
•Travel and comment. A. M. Robertson, 1923.
•Woodrow Wilson, the man...Address over KPO, San Francisco, Feb. 3, 1925.

Posner, Gerald (’72)
Lawyer and author. For a profile see Genesis III, Spring ’92 issue.
The Bio-assassins [novel]. McGraw-Hill, 1989.
•Case closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the assassination of JFK. Random House, 1993; rev. ed.: Anchor Books, 1994. [also: audio cassette, read by the author. Audio Select, 1993].
•Citizen Perot. Random House, 1996.
•Hitler’s children: sons and daughters of leaders of the Third Reich talk about themselves and their fathers. Random House, 1991; Berkley, 1992. 
German translation: Belastet: meine Eltern im dritten Reich. Berlin: Eulenspiegel, 1994.
•Killing the dream: James Earl Ray and the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Random House, 1998. Audio cassette: Read by the author. Random House Audio, 1998.
Mengele: the complete story [co-author with John Ware] McGraw-Hill, 1986; Dell, 1987.
Chinese translation: Ku lou zhi ni: si wang tian shi Men Ge Le. Beijing, 1990. 
German translation: Mengele: die Jagd auf den Todesengel. Berlin: Aufbau, 1993. 
•Warlords of crime: Chinese secret societies: the new Mafia. McGraw-Hill, 1988, Macdonald Queen Anne Press, 1989, Penguin, 1990; 
French translation: Triades: la Mafia chinoise. Paris: Stock, 1990;
German translation: Die chinesische Mafia. Bergisch Gladbach: Lübbe, 1991.

Poston, Dudley L. (’58)
Professor , University of Texas
•Continuities in sociological human ecology. [co-editor with M. Micklin] Plenum Press, 1998.
•The Population of modern China. [co-author with D. Yaukey]. Plenum, 1992.
•Sustenance organization and migration in non-metropolitan America. [co-author with W. Frisbee] Univ. Iowa Pr., 1978.
•Technology assessment of portable energy RDT & P. [co-author with J. Vanston] Univ. of Texas, Austin, 1974.
•Thirty million Texans? [co-author with L. Bouvier] Center for Immigration Sttudies, 1993.

Powers, Joseph M. (’43)
(b.1926) Jesuit priest. Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology, Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley.
•Eucharistic theology. Herder and Herder, 1967; Burns & Oates, 1968; 
German translation: Eucharistie in neuer Sicht. Herder, 1968;
Italian translation: Teologia Eucaristica. Queriniana, 1969.
•Spirit and sacrament: the humanizing experience. Seabury Press, 1973.

Quattrin, Kevin ('78)
Teacher of Mathematics, St. Ignatius College Prep.
•Living in a psychic's world: a true-life experience. Hampton Roads, 1994.

Raven, Peter (’53)
(b.1936) Director, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis. For a profile see Genesis II, summer ’90 issue.
•Advances in legume systematics. 2v. [co-edited with R. Pohill] Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 1981.
•The Biogeography of the tropical Pacific. [co-editor with F. Radovsky and S. Sohmer] Association of Systematics Collections, 1984.
•Biological survey for the nation [editor] National Academy Press, 1993.
Biology.[co-author with Johnson] 1st ed., 1985; 2d ed., 1989; 3d ed. Mosby, 1992.
•Biology of plants.[co-author with R. Evert & H. Curtis] Worth, 1970; 2d ed., 1976; 5th ed, 1992; German translation: Biologie der Pflanzen. 2. Aufl. W. de Gruyter, 1988.
•Coevolution of animals and plants. [co-editor with L. Gilbert] University of Texas Press, 1975.
•Comparative behavior of bees and onagraceae. [co-author with E. Linsley] 2v. Univ. California Press, 1963-64.
•Environment. [co-author with L. Berg & G. Johnson] Saunders College Publishing, 1993.
•Flora of the Guianas; Series A: Phanerogams: onagraceae. [co-author with E. Zardini]. Koeltz, 1991.
•The Genus Epilobium in Australasia. New Zealand Dept. of Scientific & Industrial Research, 1976.
•Modern aspects of species. [editor] University of Tokyo Press, 1986.
•Native shrubs of Southern California. University of California Press, 1966.
•Origin and relationships of the California flora. Univ. California Press, 1978.
•Origins and extinctions. [co-editor with D. Ostebrock] Yale University Press, 1988.
•Papers on evolution. [co-editor with P. Erlich] Little, Brown, 1968.
•Plant systematics. Heath, 1965.
•Principles of Tzeltal plant classification. [co-author with B. Berlin] Academic Press, 1974.
•Proceedings of the Symposium on the biology of the California Islands. [contributor]. Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, 1967.
•A Revision of the genus Camissonia. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1969.
•The Systematics of Epilobium (Onagraceae) in China. [co-author with C. Chen and P. Hoch] The American Society of Plant Taxonomists, 1992.
•The systematics of Oenothera subgenus Chylismia. Univ. California Pr., 1962.
•Understanding biology. [co-author with Johnson] Times Mirror/Mosby, 1988, 2d ed, 1991, 3d ed., 1994.

Reiterman, Timothy (’65)
Assistant editor, Los Angeles Times; former reporter for San Francisco Examiner.
•Raven: the untold story of the Reverend Jim Jones and his people. [co-author with J.Jacobs] Dutton, 1982.
•Understanding the riots: Los Angeles before and after the Rodney King case. [editor]. Los Angeles Times, 1992.

Rentz, David C. ('60) 
1. Tachinids from Chimarocephala p. pacifica (Thomas). Proceedings of  the Pacific Coast Entomological Society, minutes of the 269th meeting, in:  Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 37: 60. 1961. 
2. Metoponia rubriceps in San Francisco. Proceedings of the Pacific  Coast Entomological Society, minutes of the 272nd meeting, in: Pan-pacific  Entomologist, 37: 65. 1961. 
3. Tropidacris found on banana boat. Proceedings of the Pacific Coast  Entomological Society, minutes of the 276th meeting, in: Pan-Pacific  Entomologist, 38: 68. 1962. 
4. Machaerocera mexicana found in the United States (Orthoptera:  Acrididae). Wasmann Journal of Biology, 20: 136. 1962.  
5. A technique useful for the dry preservation of soft-bodied Orthoptera.  Wasmann Journal of Biology, 20: 159-160. 1962. 
6. Melanoplus alpinus Scudder in California (Orthoptera: Acrididae).  Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 38: 167-168. 1962. 
7. Notes on a collection of Timema boharti Tinkham. (Phasmodea:  Timemidae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 39: 74. 1963. 
8. Biological observations on the genus Decticita (Orthoptera:  Tettigoniidae). Wasmann Journal of Biology, 21: 91-94. 1963. 
9. Additional records of Platycleis tessellata (Charpentier) in  California with biological notes. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 39: 252-255.  1963. 
10. Pidonia scripta (LeConte) from oak bark. Proceedings of the Pacific  Coast Entomological Society, minutes of the 284th meeting, in: Pan-pacific  Entomologist, 40: 63. 1964. 
11. (A. B. Gurney senior author) A new spine-throated grasshopper from the  White Mountains of California (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Cyrtacanthacridinae).  Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 31: 503-513, 1964. 
12. (photo) Platycleis tessellata ovipositing, in: Turtox News, 42:  196, 1964. 
13. A noise-making moth. Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Entomological  Society, minutes of the 291st meeting, in: Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 41:  70, 1965. 
14. Additional locality records of Tridactylus minutus. Proceedings of  the Pacific Coast Entomological Society, minutes of the 291st meeting, in:  Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 51: 70, 1965. 
15. Females of Melanoplus borealis palaceus with frayed wings.  Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Entomological Society, minutes of the 292nd  meeting,in:Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 41: 70, 1965. 
16. (P. H. Arnaud, senior author) Ceracia dentata, a parasite of  Chimarocephala p. pacifica in California. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 41:  204-206, 1965. 
17. Type specimens of Orthoptera in the collection of the California  Academy of Sciences to 1965. Proceedings of the California Academy of  Sciences, 33: 59-64, 1965. 
18. A review of the genus Esselenia Hebard with the description of a  new subspecies. Occasional Papers of the California Academy of Sciences, 54:  1-10, 1966. 
19. (H. J. Grant senior author) The katydid genus Platylyra.  Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 42: 81-88, 1966. 
20. Obituary: Harold J. Grant, Jr. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 42:158,  1966. 
21. Book review: Evolutionary studies of cockroaches, by F A.McKittrick.  Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 42: 249-251, 1966. 
22. (H. J. Grant senior author) A biosystematic review of the family  Tanaoceridae including a study of the proventriculus. Pan-Pacific  Entomologist, 43: 65-74, 1967. 
23. New collecting regulations from Mexico. Proceedings of the Pacific  Coast Entomological Society, minutes of the 205th meeting, in: Pan-Pacific  Entomologist, 43: 87-88, 1967. 
24. (T. J. Walker senior author) Host and calling song of dwarf  Oecanthus quadripunctatus Beutenmuller. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 45:  326-327, 1967. 
25. (W. C. Gagne junior author) Dactylolabis (Eudactylolabis)  vestigipennis] Alexander, a xerophytic subapterous crane-fly new to  California. Entomological News, 78: 261-262, 1967. 
26. (H. F. Strohecker, W. W. Middlekauff senior authors) The grasshoppers  of California. Bulletin of the California Insect Survey, 10: 1-177, 1967. 
27. (J. D. Birchim junior author) Revisionary studies in the Nearctic  Decticinae. Memoirs of the Pacific Coast Entomological Society, 3: 1-173,  1968. 
28. (E. R. Tinkham senior author) Notes on the bionomics and distribution  of the genus Stenopelmatus in central California with the description of a  new species. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 45: 4-14, 1969. 
29. An observation of the feeding behaviour of a sand-treader cricket,  (Orthoptera: Gryllacrididae; Rhaphidophorinae). Entomological News, 81:  288-291, 1970. 
30. Book review: Pictorial Guide to the Birds of North America, by Leonard  Lee Rue, Frontiers, 35: 31, 1970. 
31. Photo Idiostatus elegans Caudell, Curator's Choice, in  Frontiers, 35: 26, 1970. 
32. Book review: A Field Guide to the Insects of America north of Mexico. D.  J. Borror, R. E.White, Frontiers, 35: 30, 1971. 
33. Bugs that fight our battles. Frontiers, 36: 2-7, 1971. 
34. (G. R. Miller junior author) Ecological and faunistic notes on a  collection of Orthoptera from South Korea. Entomological News, 82: 253-273,  1971. 
35. Book review: Who owns America, by Walter J. Hickle, Frontiers, 36:  29-30, 1971. 
36. cover photo Bioscience, 21, December, 1971. 
37. A new genus and species of camel cricket from the Farallon Islands of  California (Orthoptera: Gryllacrididae). Occasional Papers of the California  Academy of Sciences, 93: 1-13, 1972. 
38. Obituary: Dr. G. Y. Bey-Bienko. Entomological News, 83: 10, 1972. 
39. Book review: The Orthoptera of Europe Vol 1, by K. Harz.  Entomological News, 83: 140, 1972. 
40. Book review: The Desert World, by David Costello. Frontiers,  37:30-31, 1972. 
41. The lock and key as an isolating mechanism in katydids.  American Scientist, 60: 750-755, 1972. 
42. Taxonomic and faunistic comments on decticine katydids with the  description of several new species (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Decticinae).  Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 124: 41-77,  1972. 
43. The import ban--a blessing in disguise. American Cage-bird  Magazine, April; 1973, 2pp. 
44. On chresonomy. Systematic Zoology, 22: 195, 1973. 
45. The shield-backed katydids of the genus Idiostatus. Memoirs of  the American Entomological Society, 29: 1-211, 1973. 
46. The origins and affinities f the Orthoptera of the Channel Islands and  adjacent mainland California. Part 1. The genus Cnemotettix. Proceedings  of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 125: 89-120, 1973. 
47. The ecology, behavior and description of a new species of cricket  from the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica. Entomological News, 84: 237-246,  1973. 
48. The ecology, behavior and description of a new species of cricket from  the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica. In: Animal Behavior, extracts, p. 133,  1975. 
49. (W. H. Day junior author) Message to membership. Entomological News,  85: 129, 1975. 
50. Collection and observation of South African katydids for comparison  with those of South America and Australia. In: American Philosophical  Society, yearbook for 1974, p. 367. 
51. Key to the katydid subfamilies commonly found along the La Selva  trails And Aid to the identification of the common katydids at Finca La Selva. Organization for Tropical Studies, study aid, 11 pp., 1975. 
52. Two new katydids of the genus Melanonotus from Costa Rica with  comments on their life history strategies (Tettigoniidae: Pseudophyllinae).  In: Entomological News, 86: 129-140, 1975. 
53. Book review: Fauna Entomologica Scandinavica. Volumes 1, 2. In:  Entomological News, 86: 150, 1975. 
54. (D. C. Lightfoot junior author) Notes on the distribution of Oregon  shield-backed katydids with the description of a new species of Idiostatus (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Decticinae). Entomological News, 87: 145-158,  1976. 
55. (D. B. Weissman senior author) Zoogeography of the grasshoppers and  their relatives (Orthoptera) on the California Channel Islands. Journal of  Biegeography, 3: 105-114, 1976. 
56. Systematics, behavior and bionomics of Costa Rican katydids of the  genus Sphyrometopa (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Agraeciinae). In:  Entomological News, 87: 189-202, 1976. 
57. (D. B. Weissman senior author) Rainfall data for the California  Channel Islands and adjacent mainland. Offset, pp. 1-21, 1977. 
58. Book review: Classification of the Acridomorpha insects, by V. M.  Dirsh. In: Entomological News, 88: 159-160, 1977. 
59. Two new grasshoppers from California. Acrida, 6: 141-151, 1977. 
60. The higher classification of the orthopteroid insects. XV  International Congress of Entomology. Section 1. Symposium. Lyman  Entomological Museum, Research Laboratory, Memoir 4, special publication 12,  pp. 3-4, 1977. 
61. A new and apparently extinct katydid from Antioch sand dunes.  Entomological News, 88: 241-245, 1977. 
62. (D. B. Weissman senior author) Feral house crickets Acheta  domesticus (L.) (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) in southern California.  Entomological News, 88: 246-248, 1977. 
63. (D. B. Weissman senior author) The Orthoptera of Stanford University's  Jasper Ridge and neighboring Palo Alto, California. Wasmann Journal of  Biology, 35: 87-114, 1978. 
64. Orthoptera. In: Biogeography and Ecology of Southern Africa. Edited by  M. J. A. Werger Monographie Biologicae, 31 735-746, 1978 (W. A. Junk pub.). 
65. Book review: Grasshoppers and locusts. Vol. 2 Behavior, ecology,  biogeography, population dynamics, by Sir B. Uvarov. In: Entomological  News, 89: 147, 1978. 
66. New species and records of western Orthoptera. Pan-Pacific  Entomologist, 54: 81-97, 1978. 
67. (A. B. Gurney senior author) The cavernicolous fauna of Hawaiian lava  tubes. Pacific Insects, 18: 85-103, 1978. 
68. A new parthenogenetic timema from California. Pan-Pacific  Entomologist, 54: 173-177, 1978. 
69. The grasshoppers of the Marginatus Group of the genus Melanoplus  (Orthoptera: Acrididae; Melanoplinae). Acrida, 7: 165-196, 1978. 
70. The value of islands as indicators of evolution: The grasshoppers of  the California Channel Islands. Abstract. Revista de la Sociedad  Entomologica Argentina, 36: 96, 1979. 
71. (J. Balderson junior author) Catalogue of Australian Tettigoniidae.  CSIRO, Division of Entomology Technical Paper,15, pp. 1-24, 1979. 
72. (N. Ueshima senior author) Chromosome systems in the North  American Decticinae with reference to Robertsonian change. Cytologia, 44:  693-714, 1979. 
73. Comments of the classification of the Orthopteran family  Tettigoniidae, with a key to subfamilies and description of two new  subfamilies. Australian Journal of Zoology, 27: 991-1013, 1979. 
74. A new family of ensiferous Orthoptera from coastal sands of southeast  Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 20: 49-63, 1980. 
75. (D. B. Weissman junior author) An annotated checklist of the  grasshopper species of Aerochoreutes, Circotettix, and Trimerotropis  (Orthoptera: Acrdididae; Oedipodinae).  Transactions of the American  Entomological Society, 106: 223-252, 1980. 
76. (D. B. Weissman senior author) Cytological, morphological, and  crepitational characteristics of the trimerotropine Aerochoreutes,  Circotettix, and Trimerotropis) grasshoppers. (Orthoptera: Oedipodinae).  Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 106: 253-272, 1980. 
77. (D. B. Weissman, D. C. F. Rentz, R. D. Alexander, W. J. Loher) Field crickets (Gryllus and Acheta) of California and Baja  California, Mexico. (Orthoptera: Gryllidae; Gryllinae). Transactions of the  American Entomological Society, 106: 327-356, 1980. 
78. (D. B. Weissman junior author) Faunal affinities, systematics and  bionomics of the Orthoptera of the California Channel Islands. University of  California Publications in Entomology, 94: 1-240, 1981. 
79. Insect Sounds. Phonographic Bulletin of the International  Association of Sound Archives, 34:42-49, 1982. 
80.  (D T. Gwynne senior author) Beetles on the bottle: Male  buprestids mistake stubbies for females (Coleoptera). Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, 22: 79-80, 1983. 
81. (D. F. Clyne junior author) A new genus and species of pollen and  nectar-feeding katydids from eastern Australia (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae;  Zaprochilinae). Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, 22:  155-160, 1983. 
82. A review of the systematics, distribution and bionomics of the North  American Grylloblattidae. In: Biology of the Neoptera. Edited by H. Ando, pp.  1-18. Publ. Kashiyo-Insatsu, Nagano, Japan, 1982. 
83. (S. R. Morton senior author) Ecology and taxonomy of fossorial,  granivorous gryllacridids (Orthoptera:Gryllacrididae) from arid Australia.  Australian Journal of Zoology, 31: 557-579, 1983. 
84. (H. M. Cameron junior author) Catalogue of Australian Cockroaches.  CSIRO, Division of Entomology Technical Paper, 21: 1-37, 1983. 
85. Orophus conspersus (Esperanza, bush katydid). In: Costa Rican  Natural History.Edited by D.. H. Janzen, pp 749-750 publ. University of  Chicago Press, 1983. 
86. Book review: The Australian crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae), by D.  Otte and R. D. Alexander. In: Journal of the Australian Entomological  Society, 22: 310, 1983. 
87. (D. B. Weissman junior author) Six new species of the band-winged  grasshopper genus Trimerotropis Stål (Orthoptera: Oedipodinae).  Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 58: 27-237, 1984. 
88. Report of the orthopteroid insect collected on the National Parks and  Wildlife/CSIRO expedition to Norfolk and Philip Islands. News Bulletin of  the Australian Entomological Society, 13: 63-67, 1985. 
89. A monograph of the Tettigoniidae of Australia. Vol.1 The Tettigoniinae.  with an appendix by D. H. Colless, CSIRO/Brill, 384 pp. 1985. 
90. (A. B. Gurney junior author) The shield-backed katydids of South  America (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Tettigoniinae) and a new tribe of  Conocephalinae with genera in Chile and Argentina. Entomologica  Scandinavica, 16: 69-119, 1985. 
91. (D. Otte senior author) The crickets of Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands.  Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 137:  79-101, 1985. 
92. The Orthopteran family Cooloolidae, including description of two new  species and observations on biology and food preferences. Systematic  Entomology, 11: 231-246, 1986.  "
93. (M. P. Hayes senior author) Observations on the biology of the  Neotropical katydid Haemodiasma tesselata (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae).  Entomological News, 97: 222-224, 1986. 
94. Book review: Libro rojo de los Ortopteros Ibericos (The Red Book of  Iberian Orthoptera). News Bulletin of the Australian Entomological Society,  p. 114, Sept., 1987. 
95. Danger in your orchid house. Australian Orchid Review, Spring,   p. 14-15., 1987. 
96. (B. John senior author) The chromosomes of four endemic Australian  fossorial orthopterans: A study in convergence and homology. Bulletin of the  Sugadaira Montane Research Center, 8: 205-216, 1987. 
97. (B. John, D. C. F. Rentz, N. Contreras) Extensive chromosome variation  in the stick genus Sipyloidea Brunner von Wattenwyl (Phylliidae:  Necrosiinae) within Australia, and descriptions of three new species.  Invertebrate Taxonomy, 1: 603-630, 1987. 
98. Techniques and approaches in studying an unknown fauna: the  Tettigoniidae of Australia. In: Evolutionary Biology of Orthopteroid insects.  Edited by B. Baccetti, ch. 38, pp. 427-432, publ. Ellis Horwood, Chichester, 1987. 
99. Considerations in naming a family: the Orthoptera family  Cooloolidae.In: Evolutionary biology of orthopteroid insects. Edited by B.  Bacceti, ch. 39, pp. 434-437, publ.  Ellis Horwood, Chichester, 1987.   
100. Nanophyllium pygmaeum Redtenbacher (Phasmatodea: Phylliidae;  Phylliinae), a leaf insect recently recognized in Australia. Australian  Entomological Magazine, 15: 3-6, 1988. 
101. The shield-backed katydids of southern Africa: their taxonomy,  ecology and relationships to the faunas of Australia and South America  (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Tettigoniinae). Invertebrate Taxonomy, 2:  223-335, 1988. 
102. A discography of the recorded insect sounds in the Australian  National Insect Collection, CSIRO, Canberra. CSIRO, Division of Entomology  Report, 44, pp.1-90, 1989. 
103. The orthopteroid insects of Norfolk Island, with descriptions and  records of some related species from Lord Howe Island, South Pacific.  Invertebrate Taxonomy, 2: 1013-1077, 1989. 
104. (B. John, second author Studies in Australian Gryllacrididae:  Taxonomy, biology, ecology and cytology. Invertebrate Taxonomy, 3:  1053-1210, 1990. 
105. "The Tettigoniidae: Biology, Systematics and Evolution". edited by W.  J. Bailey, D. C. F. Rentz  pp. 1-395 (Crawford House, Bathurst &  Springer-Verlag, London), 1990. 
106. Dr David Ragge: An appreciation. In: "The Tettigoniidae: Biology,  Systematics and Evolution". Edited by W. J. Bailey, D. C. F. Rentz, pp.  vii-ix. (Crawford House, Bathurst & Springer-Verlag, London), 1990. 
107. The Tettigoniidae: Their diversity and importance in biological  research. In: "The Tettigoniidae: Biology, Systematics and Evolution".  Edited by W. J. Bailey, D. C. F. Rentz, Chapter 1, pp. 1-7. (Crawford House,  Bathurst & Springer-Verlag, London), 1990. 
108. (N. Ueshima, senior author) Karyotypes and meiosis of the Australian  Tettigoniinae. In: "The Tettigoniidae: Biology, Systematics and Evolution".  Edited by W.J. Bailey, D. C. F. Rentz, Chapter 16, pp. 303-351. (Crawford  House, Bathurst & Springer-Verlag, London), 1990. 
109. (D. H. Colless, second author). A classification of the shield-backed  katydids of the world. In: "The Tettigoniidae: Biology, Systematics and  Evolution". Edited by W. J. Bailey, D  C. F. Rentz, Chapter 17, pp. 352-377.  (Crawford House, Bathurst & Springer-Verlag, London), 1990. 
110. (abstract). A classification of the Tettigoniinae of the world. In:  "Actas de la 5th Reunión Internacional de la Sociedad de Ortoptero[Z']logos [IProceedings of the 5th International Meeting of the Orthopterists'  Society]". Edited by D. A. Nickle, p. 416. (Ministerio de Agricultura Pesca y  Alimentacion), Fuera de serie No. 20, 1990. 
111. (abstract). The Australian Saginae. In: "Actas de la 5   Reunión Internacional de la Sociedad de Ortopterólogos Proceedings  of the 5th International Meeting of the Orthopterists' Society". Edited by D.  A. Nickle, p. 417. (Ministerio de Agricultura Pesca y Alimentacion), Fuera de  serie No. 20, 1990. 
112. N. Ueshima and D. C. F. Rentz. Karyotypes and meiosis of the  Australian Tettigoniidae (Orthoptera) II. The genus Nanodectes Rentz (Tettigoniinae). Invertebrate Taxonomy, 5: 33-41, 1991. 
113. R. G. Bland and D. C. F. Rentz. Studies in Australian Gryllacrididae:  the proventriculus as a taxonomic character. Invertebrate Taxonomy, 5:  443-455, 1991.   
114. R. G. Bland and D. C. F. Rentz. External morphology and abundance  of mouthpart sensilla in Australian Gryllacrididae, Stenopelmatidae, and  Tettigoniidae. Journal of Morphology, 207: 315-325, 1991. 
115. T. Nagashima and D. C. F. Rentz. The compound eye of the Sugar cane  monster, Cooloola ziljan, Rentz (Orthoptera: Cooloolidae). New  Entomology, 40: 1-7, 1991. 
116. Chapter 22. Grylloblattodea. In: "The Insects of Australia A  Textbook for Students and Research Workers. Volume 1." pp. 357-360.  (Melbourne University Press, Carlton), 1991. 
117. D. C. F. Rentz and D. K. McE. Kevan. Chapter 23. Dermaptera. In: "The Insects of Australia A Textbook for Students and Research Workers. Volume 1.” pp. 360-369. (Melbourne University Press, Carlton), 1991. 
118. Chapter 24. Orthoptera. In: “The Insects of Australia A Textbook  for Students and Research Workers. Volume 1.”  pp. 369-394. (Melbourne University Press, Carlton), 1991. 
119. Phillips, D. J., Olsen, P. D., Rentz, D. C. F., Lawrence, J.  Observations on the Diet of the Christmas Island Hawk-Owl Ninox squmipila  natalis, Emu, 97: 250-251, 1991. 
120. "A Monograph of the Tettigoniidae of Australia. Volume 2. The Phasmodinae, Zaprochilinae and Austrosaginae." With appendices by N. Ueshima and D. H. Colless. CSIRO/Melbourne. 386 pp. 1993. 
121. CD: “Tettigoniidae of Australia. Disk 1.  The Austrosaginae, Zaprochilinae and Phasmodinae”.  (CSIRO Publications: Melbourne). 1993. 
122.. Orthopteroid insects in threatened habitats in Australia. In: "Perspectives in Insect Conservation." Chapter 7, pp. 125-138. 1993. 
123. D. C. F. Rentz, D. K. McE. Kevan., Chapter 22. Grylloblattodea. In: “Systematic and Applied  Entomology." pp. 284-285. I. D. Naumann (ed.) (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press). 1993. 
124. Chapter 23.  Dermaptera.  In: "Systematic and Applied Entomology". pp. 286-289. I. D. Naumann (ed.) (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press). 1993. 
125. Chapter 24. Orthoptera. In: "Systematic and Applied Entomology". pp. 290-296. I. D. Naumann (ed.) (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press). 1993. 
126. Cape York Peninsula Scientific Expedition Report. Volume 1. "Insects of the Heathlands Area, Cape York Peninsula, Queensland. p. 66. I. D. Naumann, E. D. Edwards, T. A. Weir, D. C. F. Rentz, authors. (Fortitude Valley: The Royaal Geographic Society of Queensland). 1993. 
127. Cape York Peninsula Scientific Expedition, Wet Season 1992. Report. Volume 2. Results for Orthopteroid Insects. pp. 199-203. (Fortitude Valley: The Royal Geographical Society of Queensland. 1993. 
128.  CD-ROM: “Insects: A World of Diversity”. (CSIRO Information Services: Melbourne). 1994. 
129. CD-ROM: “Insects: A World of Diversity”.  Teachers Guide. (CSIRO Information Services: Melbourne). 1994. 
130. Bland, R. G., Rentz, D. C. F., External Morphology and Abundance of Antennal Sensilla in Australian Gryllacrididae. Journal of Insect Morphology, 222: 11-18. 1994.  
131. Key, K. H. L., Rentz, D. C. F. On the Scientific Name of the Australian "Spur-throated Locust" (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, 33: 347-346. 1995. 
132. Vale Jacques R. (Jack) Helfer. 4 May 1920-15 February 1994. Metaleptea, July 1995. 
133. Do the spines on the legs of katydids have a role in predation? (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Listroscelidinae. Journal of Orthoptera Research, 4: 199-200. 1995. 
134.  The Changa Mole Cricket, Scapteriscus didactylus (Latreille), a New World pest established in Australia. (Orthoptera: Gryllotalpidae). Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, 34: 303-306. 1995. 
135.  Nature Sounds. Australasian Sound Archive, 18/19: 11-22.  1996 
136.  (J. A. Lockwood senior author).  Nest construction and recognition in a gryllacridid:  the discovery of pheromonally mediated autorecognition in an insect.  Australian Journal of Zoology, 44:  129-141.  1996. 
137. The Sounds of Insects.  ANIC News, 8:  9-10.  1996 
138.  Grasshopper Country:  Australia’s Abundant Orthopteroid Insects.  NSW University Press. Pp. 1- 284, 88 plates. 1996 
139.  Grasshopper Country: Sounds of Australian Orthopteroid Insects.  Audio Compact Disk,  99 tracks with commentary and accompanying booklet.  CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.  1996. 
140.  Orthopteroid Insects Specialists Group.  Report. Species, IUCN--The World Conservation Union, Number 26-27, p. 79. 1996 
141.  New apterous Pygmy Crickets from Australia with notes on their habitats and re-evaluation of characters defining the Australian genera (Gryllidae: Nemobiinae).  Journal of Orthoptera Research, 5: 185-198.  1996. Youn Ning Su second author. 
142.  Nature Sounds of Australia.  Australia’s Heritage in Sound.  Soundabout Australia.  CD audio disc with 99 tracks including birds, frog, mammals, insects, spiders.  1997. 
143.  Nature Sounds of Australia.  Australia’s Heritage in Sound.  Edited by D. C. F. Rentz.  Original recordings of Australian Wildlife including birds, frogs, cicadas and crabs.  Soundabout Australia, 117 pp. 1997. 
144.  co-authored with Maitland, P. & D., Bailey, W.  Mechanisms of Sound Production in Animals.  In: Nature Sounds of Australia.  Australia’s Heritage in Sound.  Edited by D. C. F. RentzSoundabout Australia: 51-68.  1997 
145.  Bird Sounds.  In: Nature Sounds of AustraliaAustralia’s Heritage in Sound.  Edited by D. C. F. Rentz.  Soundabout Australia: 69-71.  1997. 
146. Insects: Little Creatures in a Big World. CD-ROM (CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne). 1997.   
147 Insects: Little Creatures in a Big World. Guide, Activities, Resources.  Book accompanying CD-ROM. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.  56 pages. 1997. 
148. The World's Most Unusual Gryllacridid (Orthoptera: Gryllacrididae).  Journal of Orthoptera Research, 6:57-68. 1998. 
149. Book Review: A Guide to the Stick and Leaf Insects of Singapore.  Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 74: 120. 1998.   
150.  (A. M. E. Roach, senior author) Blattodea. In: Zoological Catalogue  of Australia. Vol. 23: 21-162. Melbourne:  CSIRO Publishing 1998.
151.  (J. Balderson, D. C. F. Rentz, A. M. E. Roach) Mantodea. In:   Zoological Catalogue of Australia. Vol. 23: 251-277. Melbourne: CSIRO  Publishing 1998.   
152.  (J. Balderson, D. C. F. Rentz, A. M. E. Roach) Phasmatodea. In:  Zoological Catalogue of Australia. Vol. 23: 347-376. Melbourne:  CSIRO Publishing 1998. 
153. Andersen, A. N., Lowe, L. M., D. C. F. Rentz. 2000. The grasshopper (Orthoptera: Acridoidea, Eumastacoidea and Tettigonioidea) fauna of Kakadu National Park in the Australian seasonal tropics: Biogeography, habitat associations and functional groups. Australian Journal of Zoology, 48: 431-442.   
154. Andersen, A., Ludwig, J., Lowe, L., Rentz, DCF. Grasshopper biodiversity and bioindicators in Australian tropical savannahs: Responses to disturbance in Kakadu National Park. Austral Entomology, 26: 213-222. 2001.   
155. Rentz, D. C. F., 2001. Tettigoniidae of Australia Volume 3. The Listroscelidinae, Tympanophorinae, Meconematinae and Microtettigoniinae. Pp. 1-524. CSIRO Publications, Collingwood,Vic. 
156. Webber, B. L., Rentz, D. C. F., Ueshima, N. and Woodrow, I. E. 2003. Leucopodoptera eumundii, a new genus and species of katydid from the tropical rainforests of north Queensland, Australia (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Phaneropterinae; Holochlorini) Journal of Orthoptera Research, 2003, 12(1): 79-88.   
157. Rentz, D. C. F., Lewis, R. C., Su, Y. N., Upton, M. S. 2003. A Guide to Australian Grasshoppers and Locusts. Natural History Publications (Borneo), Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Pp. 1-418.   
158. Rentz, D. C. F., Su, Y. N., Ueshima, N. 2005. Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae. The genus Phricta Redtenbacher (Orthoptera; Pseudophyllinae; Phrictini). Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 131:131-158.   
159. Rentz, D. C. F., Su, Y. N., Ueshima, N. 2006. Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: The Mecopodine Katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Mecopodinae; Mecopodini). Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 132: 1-24.   
160. Rentz, D. C. F., Su, Y. N., Ueshima, N. 2006. Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: The Mecopodine Katydids Part 2 (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Mecopodinae; Sexavaini) Queensland Palm Katydid. Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 132: 229-241.    
161. Rentz, D. C. F., Su, Y. N., Ueshima, N. 2007. Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: Ozphyllum, a new genus of Phaneropterine katydids with comments on its relationships and ecology (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae). Zootaxa, 1629: 57-68. 
162. Rentz, D. C. F., Su, Y. N., Ueshima, N. 2007. Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae. A new genus of Listroscelidine katydids from northern Australia (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Listroscelidinae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 133: 279-296.   
163. Rentz, D. 2007. Considering cockroaches. Newsletter, Friends of the Botanic Gardens, Cairns, 48: 8-9.   
164. Rentz, D. 2008. Crickets: The Rainforest Recyclers. Newsletter, Friends of the Botanic Gardens, Cairns, 51: 10-11.   
165. Rentz, D. C. F., Su, Y. N., Ueshima, N. 2008. Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: New Phaneropterine Katydids from Queensland Rainforests (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Phaneropterinae) Zootaxa, 1964: 1-39. 
166. Rentz, DCF, Ingrisch, S. 2009. Grylloblattodea (Rock Crawlers, Ice Crawlers). Encyclopedia of Insects. Edited by V. Resh, R. Cardé, Elsevier Pp 434-435. 
167. Ingrisch, S., Rentz, DCF. 2009. Orthoptera (Grasshoppers, Locusts, Katydids, Crickets). Encyclopedia of Insects. Edited by V. Resh, R. Cardé, Elsevier Pp. 732-743. 
168. Rentz, DCF. Nomenclatural Changes in Australian Tettigoniidae. Zootaxa 221: 67-68. 2009.   
169. Rentz, D. C. F., Willemse, L., Ingrisch, S. 2010. Fer Willemse (15 December 1927-26 December 2009) Vale. Metaleptea, 30: 12-13.
 170. Rentz, D. C. F., Ueshima, N., Su, Y. N., Robinson, M. 2010. Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: Australian agraeciine katydids, two new genera from northern Australia (Tettigoniidae; Conocephalinae; Agraeciini). Zootaxa 2417: 1-39. 
171. Rentz, D. 2010. Photo Essay: Orthopteroid Insects in the Muller Range, Papua New Guinea. Soundscape 9: 27-29.  
172. Naskrecki, P., Rentz, D. C. F. 2010. Studies in the orthopteran fauna in Melanesia: New Katydids of the tribe Agraeciini from Papua New Guinea (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Conocephalinae). Zootaxa, 2664: 1-35.   
173. Rentz, D. C. F., Su, Y. N., Ueshima, N. 2010. Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: Australian Pseudophylline katydids (Tettigoniidae; Pseudophyllinae; Phyllomimini). Zootaxa 2566: 1-20.    
174. Rentz, DCF. 2010, A Guide to the Katydids of Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Vic., 214 pp.   
175. Rentz, D. 2011. Tinkling Crickets. Audiowings, 13: 5-6, with accompanying Cd. 
176. Naskrecki, P., Rentz, D. C. F. 2011. Chapter 11. A rapid assessment survey of katydids and relatives of the Muller Range (Insect; Orthoptera; Ensifera). Rapid assessments of the Nankanai Mountains and the upper Stickland Basin: surveying the biodiversity of Papua New Guinea’s sublime karst environments. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment 60: 168-174.   
177. Rentz, DCF, Su, YN, Ueshima, N. 2012. Studies in Australian Tettigoniidae: New genera and species from north Queensland (Tettigoniidae; Conocephalinae; Armadillagraeciini trib. nov. and Agraeciini; Listroscelidinae; Requenini). Zootaxa 3173: 1-36. 
178. Rentz, DCF. 2012. Validation of new genus Miniagraecia (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Zootaxa 3198: 68.   
179. See site.
180. See site.   
181. Rentz, D. 2014.  Guide to the Cockroaches of Australia. CSIRO Publishing, 318 Pp.  
182. Wilson, G. W., Rentz, D. C. F., Venter, F. 2014. First record of the larvae of Hippotion rosetta (Swinhoe, 1892) (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) feeding on the foliage of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) in Cape York Peninsula, Queensland. Australian Entomologist, 41: 203-204. 
183. Rentz, DCF 2015 A range extension for an Australian katydid, Zaprochilus australis (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Zootaxa 4057 (4): 583-584. 
184. Rentz, D. C. F., 2015. The rediscovery of the cricket Tremellia australis (Chopard). AudioWings, 17: 15.
185. Wilson, G. W., Rentz, D. C. F. 2016 First Observation in nature of effective predator defence behaviour in the Spiny Forest Katydid Phricta spinosa Redtenbacher (Orthoptera: Pseudophyllinae: Phrictini). Australian Entomologist, 43: 1-4.  
186. Rentz DCF. 2016. An adventive cockroach new to Queensland: implications for the future. North Queensland Naturalist 46: 47-52.  
187. Rentz, DCF. 2016. Talking Cockroaches. AudioWings, 18: 22-23.  
188. Heller, K-G, Ingrisch, S., Liu, CX, Shi, FM, Hemp, C, Warcholowska-Sliwa, E, Rentz, DCF. 2017. Zoological Journal of the Linnaean Society, 2017, XX: 1-22. 2017. Complex songs and cryptic ethospecies: the case of the Ducetia japonica group (Orthoptera: Tettigonioidea: Phaneropteridae; Phaneropterinae)   

Riordan, Joseph W. (1873)
(1857-1937) Jesuit priest.
•The First fifty years of St. Ignatius College. J.H. Barry, 1905.

Rossetti, Felix (18xx)
(1875-1945) Jesuit priest; Professor, Loyola University, Los Angeles.
•Ignatian thoughs in sonnet form. Los Angeles, 1916.

Rossi, P. Carlo (’18)
(1902-1992) Jesuit priest; Professor Emeritus of Languages, University of San Francisco.
•El Inglés de los Estados Unidos. Macmillan, 1948. 2d ed.: Barcelona: Bosch, 1956.
•O Inglés dos Estados Unidos. Agir, 1947.
•Portuguese, the language of Brazil. Holt, 1945.
•Vida Brasileira. Holt, 1949.

St. Sure, Donald (’29)
(b.1912) Jesuit priest; teacher of Latin and Music; translator.
•100 Roman documents concerning the Chinese Rites controversy (1645-1941) [translator] San Francisco, Ricci Institute, 1992.

Scharfen, John C. ('43)
Senior analyst, Titan; Col. USMC (Ret)
•[Bibliography of professional reports, articles, etc.] 1984.
•The dismal battlefield. Naval Institute Press, 1995.

Schmidt, David D. ('74)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
•Citizen lawmakers: the ballot initiative revolution. Temple University Press, 1989.

Semeria, Walter E. ('15)
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•St. John Berchmans, S.J., a sketch of his life. J.H. Barry, 1921.

Sheehan, James J. ('54)
Professor of History, Stanford University.
•The Boundaries of humanity [co-editor with W. Sosma]. University of California Press, 1991.
•The Career of Lujo Brentano. Univ. Chicago Press, 1966.
•The French Revolution (Origins of modern society, Capstone Lectures in Western Culture) [Videotape] Stanford Alumni Association, 1989.
•German history, 1770-1866. Clarendon Press, 1989, 1993.
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University of Michigan
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Spohn, William C. (’62)
(b.1944) Nobili Professor of Religious Studies, Santa Clara University.
•Go and do likewise: Jesus and ethics. Continuum, 1998.
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Stackpoole, Edward V. ('43)
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Sports writer, San Francisco Chronicle
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Sullivan, Thomas J. ('62)
Prof. Sociology, Northern Michigan University
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•Applied sociology: resarch and critical thinking. Macmillan, 1992.
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•Sociology: concepts and applications in a diverse world. 5th ed. Allyn & Bacon, 2000 (prev. eds: 1984, 1990, 1995, 1998)

Taheny, Theodore T. ('43)
(b.1925) Jesuit priest; Director, California Jesuit Missions.
•The history of the exegesis of Matthew 16:18-19 in commentaries of the early middle ages. Woodstock College Press, 1961.

Tarzon, David W. ('83)
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Thomas, Robert ('68)

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 Theatres of San Francisco. 
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•Into the light: music for theatre and film. 
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•A few minutes before God: prayers for sundays, feasts & seasons. Paulist Press, 1995.
•Presenting Paradise: Dante's Paradise, translation and commentary.Univ. of Scranton Press, 1994.
•Reaching toward God: reflections and exercises for spiritual growth. Sheed & Ward, 1997.
•Riding the long spine: Latin America in poems. 1992.
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Totah, Paul (’75)
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The Gospel of Everyone: A Poetic Retelling of the Gospel of Luke, Wipf and Stock, 2017.
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Blood brotherhood, a novel. Harcourt, Brace, 1970.
Bound over: indentured servitude and American conscience. Simon & Schuster, 1985.
Canyon: the story of the last rustic community in metropolitan America. Harcourt, Brace, 1972.
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•The greatest men’s party on earth: inside the Bohemian Grove
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Vangelisti, Paul (’63)
Poet, translator, teacher and editor., co-editor, "Invisible City" tabloid format poetry publication (1971-82). For a profile, see Genesis III, Summer, 1995.
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Air. Red Hill Press, 1973.
•Alephs again. Red Hill Press, 1991.
Another you. Red Hill Press, 1980.
Cinq. Red Hill Press, 1974.
Communion. Red Hill Press, 1970.
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The Extravagant room. Red Hill Press, 1976; 
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•Ora blu. Telai del Bernini, 1981.
Pearl Harbor. Isthmus Press, 1975.
Portfolio. Red Hill Press, 1978; 
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•Remembering the movies. Red Hill Press, 1977.
Rime. Red Hill Press, 1983.
•Tender continent. Chatterton’s Bookstore, 1974; 
[partial ed.] Paris: Europa, 1975.
•Il Tenero continente. Edizioni Geiger, 1975.
•Two by two. Red Hill Press, 1977.
Villa. Littoral Books, 1991.
[as editor:]
•Anthology of Los Angeles poets. [with C. Bukowski] Laugh Literary, 1972.
•Breathing space '79: anthology of international sound poetry. [audio cassette] Black Box, 1980.
•Humps and wings: six Polish poets [co-editor with J. McBride]. 1982.
Italian poetry, 1960-1980: from neo to post avant-garde. Red Hill Press, 1982.
•Nemo. Sun & Moon Press, 1995.
New Polish poetry. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1978.
•The Plague in Saigon, a Vietnam chronicle. [co-editor with R. Berg] Pennywhistle Press.
•Ribot, a subversion, n.1-2-3. Sun & Moon Press, 1993-5.
Specimen 73: catalog and anthology. Pasadena Museum, 1973.
•Transbluesency: selected poems of Amiri Baraka/LeRoi Jones, 1961-1995. Marsilio, 1995.
[as translator:]
•Algerian diary [by Vittorio Sereni] Red Hill Press, 1985.
•Another earthquake [by Franco Beltrametti] Red Hill Press, 1976.
•As if I were a rhythm [by Antonio Porta] Red Hill Press, 1978.
•The Complete films [by Corrado Costa] Red Hill Press, 1983.
•The Forest beyond nature: homage to Emilio Villa [by L. Caruso & G. Niccolai]. Red Hill Press, 1986.
•Invasions and other poems [by Antonio Porta] Red Hill Press, 1986.
•Majakovskiiiiiiij [by Adriano Spatola] Red Hill Press, 1975
•I Novissimi [by Alfredo Giuliani et al] Sun & Moon Press, 1995
•Omneros [by Mohammed Dib] Red Hill Press, 1978
•Our Positions [by Corrado Costa] Red Hill Press, 1975
•Sixteen poems [by Vittorio Sereni] Red Hill Press, 1971
•The Sky with its mouth wide open [by Rocco Scotellaro] Red Hill, 1976
•Substitution [by Giulia Niccolai] Red Hill Press, 1975
•Various devices: poems [by Adriano Spatola] Red Hill Press, 1978
•Zeroglyphics [by Adriano Spatola] Red Hill Press, 1977.

Vaughan, Patrick C. ('70)
•Use-wear analysis of flaked stone tools. Univ. Arizona Press, 1985.

Walsh, Henry L. (1895)
(1879-1956) Jesuit Priest
•Hallowed were the gold dust trails. University of Santa Clara Press, 1946.

Wrin, Thomas J. ('46)
•Wrindex IIa: Irish societies in early San Francisco, a volunteerism directory [CD-ROM].
 WRC Historical Indexes, 1999.

Wurm, Ted (’37)
Historical researcher and writer.
•The Crookedest railroad in the world. [co-author with R. Graves] Academy Library Guild 1954; 2d ed, Howell-North Books, 1960; rev. & enl. ed., Trans-Anglo Books, 1983.
•The Devil's shortline: Mt. Diablo & San Jose Railroad [by Teodoro Gusano III] Ross Valley Books, 1988.
•Hetch-Hetchy and its dam railroad. Howell-North Books, 1973; reprint: Trans-Anglo Books, 1990.
•Narrow gauge to the redwoods. [editor] Trans-Anglo Books, 1967; 2d ed., 1970.
•Mallets on the Mendocino coast: Caspar Lumber Company railroads and steamships. Trans-Anglo Books, 1986.
•Rebirth of the Virginia & Truckee R.R.. May-Murdock Publications, 1992.
•St. Leo's Church: Christian service 1911-1971. St. Leo's Church, 1976.
•San Francisco Water & Power. [editor]. San Francisco, 1967.
•The Silver short line: a history of the Virginia & Truckee Railroad. [co-author with H. Demoro] Trans-Anglo Books, 1983; reprint: Virginia & Truckee Railroad, 1988.

Yep, Laurence (’66)
(b.1948) Author of children’s books and young adult novels. For a profile see Genesis III, spring ’92 issue.
•The Amah. Putnam, 1999.
•American dragons: 25 Asian American voices. [editor] Harper Collins, 1993.
•The Boy who swallowed snakes. Scholastic, 1994.
•The Butterfly boy. Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1993.
•The Case of the firecrackers. Harper Collins, 1999.
•The Case of the goblin pearls. Harper Collins, 1997.
•The Case of the lion dance. Harper Collins, 1998.
Child of the owl. Harper & Row, 1977; Dell, 1978.
•The City of dragons. Scholastic, 1995.
•Cockroach cooties. Hyperion, 2000.
•The Cook's family. Putnam, 1998
The Curse of the squirrel. Random House, 1987.
Dragon cauldron. Harper Collins, 1991.
Dragon of the lost sea. Harper & Row, 1982.
•The Dragon prince. Harper Collins, 1997.
Dragon steel. Harper Collins, 1992.
•Dragon war. Harper & Row, 1985.
•Dragon's gate. Harper Collins, 1993. 
Audio cassette: Recorded Books, 1994. 
Chinese translation: Long Men. Taipei, 1995. 
•Dragonwings. Harper & Row, 1975. 
Chinese translation: Long Yi.Taipei, 1992. 
stage adaptation: Dramatists Play Service, 1993. 
recording: Newbery Award Records.
•The ghost fox. Scholastic, 1994.
•Hiroshima. Scholastic, 1995.
Audio cassette: Recorded Books, 1995.
•The imp that ate my homework. Harper Collins, 1998.
•The Journal of Wong Ming-Chung, a Chinese miner. Scholastic, 2000. 
•The Junior thunder lord.
 BridgeWater, 1994.
•The Khan's daughter. Scholastic, 1997. 
Kind hearts and gentle monsters. Harper & Row, 1982.
•Later, Gator. Hyperion Books for Children, 1995.
Liar, liar. Morrow, 1983; Avon, 1985.
•The Lost garden. Messner, 1991, Beech Tree, 1996.
•The Magic paintbrush. Harper Collins, 2000.
•The man who tricked a ghost. BridgeWater Books, 1993.
The Mark Twain murders. Macmillan, 1982.
Monster Makers, Inc.. Arbor House, 1986; NAL, 1987.
Mountain light. Harper & Row, 1985.
•The Rainbow people. Harper Collins, 1989. Audio casssette: Recorded Books, 1993.
•Ribbons. Putnam, 1996; Paperstar, 1997.
Sea glass. Harper & Row, 1979.
Seademons. Harper & Row, 1977. 
German translation: Seedämonen. München: Hayne, 1989.
The Serpent’s children. Harper & Row, 1984.
Audio cassette: Recorded Books, 1995.
Shadow lord: a Star Trek novel. Pocket Books, 1985.
German translation: Herr der Schatten. Heyne, 1989.
•The shell woman and the king: a Chinese folktale retold. Dial Books, 1993.
The Star fisher. Morrow, 1991; Puffin Books, 1992.
Sweetwater. Harper & Row, 1973; Avon, 1975.
•Thief of hearts. Harper Collins, 1995.
Tiger woman. BridgeWater Books, 1995.
•The Tom Sawyer fires. Morrow, 1984.
•Tongues of jade. Harper Collins, 1991.
•The Tree of dreams. BridgeWater Books, 1995.
•Presenting Laurence Yep [by Dianne Johnson-Feelings]. Twayne, 1995

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