Faculty Accomplishments 2017

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PUBLICATIONS AND MEDIA PRODUCTIONS

Ashdown, B. K., Gibbons, J. L., de Baessa, Y., & Brown, C. M.  Online First 2017. Using adolescents’ drawings to reveal stereotypes about ethnic groups in Guatemala. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.

Hackathorn, J., Daniels, J., Ashdown, B. K., & Rife, S. 2017. “From fear and guilt: Negative perceptions of AshleyMadison users.” Psychology and Sexuality, 1-2: 41-54.

Friedman-Wheeler, D. G., & Bodenlos, J. S. 2017. “On becoming an activist: Tips from Cognitive Behavior Therapy.” The Behavior Therapist, 40 (6).

Bodenlos, J. S., Strang, K.*, Gray-Bauer, R.*, Faherty, A.* & Ashdown, B. K. 2017. “Male representation in mindfulness based therapy clinical trials.” Mindfulness, 8: 259-265.

Chin, Christine. "Hunter Gatherer: Gather and Disperse Quilt.“ Seen and Heard: Embracing Our Past, Empowering Our Future At the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage Exhibit. Art Rage Gallery, September 9- October 21, 2017. 

Cosentino, B.J., J.D. Moore, N.E. Karraker, M. Ouellet, and J.P. Gibbs. 2017.  Evolutionary response to global change: climate and land use interact to shape color polymorphism in a woodland salamanderEcology and Evolution 7: 5426-5434. 

Hager, S.B., B.J. Cosentino, M.A. Aguilar-Gómez, M. L. Anderson, M. Bakermans, et al. 2017. “Continent-wide analysis of how urbanization affects bird-window collision mortality in North America.” Biological Conservation 212:209-215. *Covered by Anthropocene Magazine (goo.gl/BPWpYx) and The Wildlife Society (goo.gl/89UdrJ)

Marsh, D.M., B.J. Cosentino, K.S. Jones, J.J. Apodaca, K.H. Beard, et al. 2017. “Effects of roads and land use on frog distributions across spatial scales in the eastern and central United States.” Diversity and Distributions 23: 158-170.

Otaibi, B.*, Q. Johnson*, and B.J. Cosentino. 2017. “Postautotomy tail movement differs between colour morphs of the red-backed salamander (Plethodon cinereus).” Amphibia-Reptilia 38: 395-399. *HWS undergraduates

Crow, Matthew.  "A Wrinkle in Maycomb County: Law, Equity, and Conscience in Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman," Cumberland Law Review 47:1 (Jan. 2017), pp. 37-44.

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Crow, Matthew.  Review, Annette Gordon-Reed and Peter S. Onuf, "Most Blessed of the Patriarchs": Thomas Jefferson and the Empire of the Imagination (Liveright, 2016), Reviews in American History, 45:2 (June 2017), pp. 224-228.

Crow, Matthew. Thomas Jefferson, Legal History, and the Art of Recollection. Cambridge University Press, 2017.

Dean, Jodi. “Crowds and Publics,” Stasis 1, 1 (2017): 196 – 218.  

Dean, Jodi. 2017.  Introduction. In Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, The Communist Manifesto, Reprint. Pluto Press. 

Dean, Jodi. "Not Him, Us (and we aren't populists)." Theory & Event 20.1 (2017): 38-44.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. “The Party and the Communist Horizon,” Red October and the Communist Horizon, ed. Vijay Prashad (New Delhi: Leftword Books).

Dean, Jodi. "The Psychotic Discourse of 9/11 Truth." Rhetoric in Neoliberalism. Springer International Publishing, 2017. 157-187.

Dobkowski, Michael. “Living For: Holocaust Survivors and Their Adult Children Encounter Death and Mortality.”  pp. 61-76, Facing Death: Confronting Mortality in the Holocaust and Ourselves, ed. By Sarah K. Pinnock; University of Washington Press, Seattle, 2017.

Dobkowski, Michael.  Spring 2017.  Review of Elie Wiesel: Jewish, Literary, and Moral Perspectives edited by Steven T. Katz and Alan Rosen, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 30, no. 1.

Dobkowski, Michael.  Spring 2017.  Review of State Food Crimes by Rhoda E. Howard-Hassman.  Genocide Studies International, 11, no. 1.

Jamie Bodenlos

Fischman, BJ, Pitts-Singer, TL, and Robinson, GE. 2017. “Nutritional Regulation of Phenotypic Plasticity in a Solitary Bee (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae).” Environmental Entomology, nvx119. 

Federico, C., Fisher, E., & Deason, G. 2017. The Authoritarian Left Withdraws from Politics: Ideological Asymmetry in the Relationship between Authoritarianism and Political Engagement. Journal of Politics, 79:1010-1023.

Fulton, B. J., E. A. Petigura, A.W. Howard, H. Isaacson, G.W. Marcy, P. A. Cargile, Hebb, Leslie, L. M. Weiss, J. A. Johnson, T. D. Morton, et al. 2017. The california-kepler survey. iii. a gap in the radius distribution of small planets. arXiv preprint arXiv:1703.10375.

Johnson, J. A., E. A. Petigura, B. J. Fulton, G. W. Marcy, A. W. Howard, H. Isaacson, Hebb,
Leslie, P. A. Cargile, T. D. Morton, L. M. Weiss, et al. 2017. The california-kepler survey. ii. precise physical properties of 2025 kepler planets and their host stars. arXiv preprint arXiv:1703.10402.

Morris, B. M., Hebb, Leslie, J. R. Davenport, G. Rohn, and S. L. Hawley. 2017. The starspots of hat-p-11: Evidence for a solar-like dynamo. arXiv preprint arXiv:1708.02583.

Petigura, E. A., A. W. Howard, G. W. Marcy, J. A. Johnson, H. Isaacson, P. A. Cargile, Hebb,
Leslie, B. J. Fulton, L. M. Weiss, T. D. Morton, et al. 2017. The california-kepler survey. i. high resolution spectroscopy of 1305 stars hosting kepler transiting planets. arXiv preprint arXiv:1703.10400.

Rebull, L., J. Stauffer, L. Hillenbrand, A. Cody, J. Bouvier, D. Soderblom, M. Pinsonneault, and
Hebb, L. 2017. Rotation of late-type stars in praesepe with k2. The Astrophysical Journal, 839(2):92.

Rich, E. A., J. P. Wisniewski, M. W. McElwain, J. Hashimoto, T. Kudo, N. Kusakabe, Y. K.
Okamoto, L. Abe, E. Akiyama, W. Brandner, Hebb, L, et al. 2017. The fundamental stellar parameters of fgk stars in the seeds survey. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

Triaud, A. H., D. V. Martin, D. S´egransan, B. Smalley, P. F. Maxted, D. R. Anderson, F. Bouchy,
A. C. Cameron, F. Faedi, Y. G. M. Chew, Hebb, L, et al. 2017. The eblm project iv. spectroscopic orbits of over 100 eclipsing m dwarfs masquerading as transiting hot-jupiters. arXiv preprint arXiv:1707.07521.

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von Boetticher, A., A. H. Triaud, D. Queloz, S. Gill, M. Lendl, L. Delrez, D. R. Anderson, A. C. Cameron, F. Faedi, M. Gillon, Hebb, L, et al. 2017. The eblm project-iii. a saturn-size low-mass star at the hydrogen-burning limit. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 604:L6.

Weiss, L. M., G.W. Marcy, E. A. Petigura, B. J. Fulton, A.W. Howard, J. N.Winn, H. T. Isaacson,
T. D. Morton, L. A. Hirsch, J. Sinukoff, Evan, Hebb, L, et al. 2017. The california-kepler survey v. peas in a pod: Planets in a kepler multi-planet system are similar in size and regularly spaced. arXiv preprint arXiv:1706.06204.

Hood, Clifton. March 2017. Review of The Cycling City:  Bicycles and Urban America in the 1890s by Evan Friss. Journal of American History 103:  1053-1054.

Hood, Clifton March 14. 2017. “The Gilded Age Lives on in Manhattan’s Mansions: New York's Historic Dream Homes Reflect Changing Tastes and Economic Shifts.” Zócalo Public Square.

Fisher, J. and C. Houseworth. 2017.  “The Widening Black-White Wage Gap among Women.” Labour: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations 31(3): 288-304. 

Krummel, John WM. 2017. “Creative Imagination, Sensus Communis, and the Social Imaginary: Miki Kiyoshi and Nakamura Yujiro in Dialogue with Contemporary Western Philosophy.” In: Michiko Yusa (ed.). Bloomsbury Research Handbook of Contemporary Japanese Philosophy. London: Bloomsbury Press.

Krummel, John WM. 2017. "On (the) nothing: Heidegger and Nishida," Continental Philosophy Review: 1-30.

Krummel, John WM. 2017. “Philosophy and Japanese Philosophy in the World,” European Journal of Japanese Philosophy, vol. 2.

Brien Ashdown

Hennig, Thomas and Darrin Magee. 2017. “Comment on ‘An index-based framework for assessing patterns and trends in river fragmentation and flow regulation by global dams at multiple scales.’” Environmental Research Letters.

Manthripragada, Ashwin. 2017. “Stefan Zweig's Fear of Postcolonialism.” Transit, 11(1): 1-19.

Monson, Renee. 2017.  “Groups That Work: Student Achievement in Group Research Projects and Effects on Individual Learning.” Teaching Sociology 45(3): 240-251.

Monson, Renee 2017. “Starring Roles: High-achieving Students’ Experiences in Collaborative Groups.” International Social Science Review 93(1): Article 2.

Friginal, E., Lee, J. J., Polat, B., & Roberson, A. 2017. Exploring Spoken English Learner Language Using Corpora. Learner Talk: Springer.

Rodriguez, Naomi Glenn-Levin. 2017. Fragile Families: Foster Care, Immigration, and Citizenship. University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia.

Rodriguez, Jason and Naomi Glenn-Levin Rodriguez. 2017. “Refashioning Inequality: Child Welfare at the US-Mexico Border and NGOs in Bodhgaya, India,” Ethnos Jan 8:1-22.

Rodriguez, Jason. 2017. “‘Cleaning up’ Bodhgaya: Conflicts over Development and the Worlding of Buddhism.” City & Society, 29(1):59-81.

Rodriguez, Jason. 2017. “The U.S. Minimalist Movement: Radical Political Practice?Review of Radical Political Economics, 44(3):337-57.

M. Mauhar*, J. Rusinko and Z. Vernon*. 2017. “H-Representation of the Kimura-3 Polytope for the m-Claw Tree.” SIAM Journal of Discrete Mathematics 31.2: 783-795.

R. Davidson, J. Rusinko, Z. Vernon*, and J. Xi. 2017. “Modeling the distribution of distance data in Euclidean space.” Book Chapter in AMS Contemporary Mathematics Series: Algebraic and Geometric Methods in Discrete Mathematics volume 685.

K. Abernathy, Z. Abernathy, B. Costner, J. Rusinko and K. Westover. 2017. “Cultivating a Culture of Undergraduate Research at a Public Comprehensive University.” PRIMUS 27.3: 337-351

Hanley Preserve

Vining, K.J., S.R. Johnson, A. Ahkami, I. Lange, A.N. Parrish, S.C. Trapp, R.B. Croteau, S.C.K. Straub, I. Pandelova, and B.M. Lange. 2017. “Draft genome sequence of Mentha longifolia and development of resources for mint cultivar improvement.” Molecular Plant 10(2): 323-339.

Pstross, M., Peterson, C. B., Talmage, C. A., & Knopf, R. C. 2017. “In Search of Transformative Moments: Blending Community Building Pursuits into Lifelong Learning Experiences.” Journal of Education, Culture and Society, 2017(1): 62-78

Baams, L., Talmage, C. A., & Russell, S. T. Online First 2017. “Economic Costs of Bias-Based Bullying.” School Psychology Quarterly 32(3): 422-433.

Talmage, C. A., Peterson, C. B., & Knopf, R. C. 2017. “Punk Rock Wisdom: An Emancipative Psychological Social Capital Approach to Community Wellbeing.” In Phillips, R. & Wong, C. (Eds.), Handbook of Community Well-Being. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

Talmage, C. A. & Knopf, R. 2017. “Rethinking Diversity, Inclusion, and Inclusiveness: The Quest to Better Understand Indicators of Community Enrichment and Wellbeing.” In Kraeger, P., Cloutier, S., & Talmage, C. A. (Eds.), New Dimensions in Community Well-Being.  London and NY: Springer Publications.

Temple, C.A., D. Ogle, A. Crawford, and C. F. Temple. 2017. All Children Read: Teaching for Literacy in Today’s Diverse Classroom with REVEL, 5th Edition. New York: Pearson.

M. Martinez, J. Yokota, and C. Temple 2017. Thinking and Learning through Children's Literature. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

Temple C., M. Martinez, and J. Yokota. 2017, in press. Children's Books in Children’s Hands, 6th Edition. New York: Pearson.

Temple C. 2017, in press. “Of Seal Skins and Cow Tail Switches: Storytelling and Critical Thinking.” Storytelling, Self, and Society.

Zhou, J., 2017. China’s Path to Achieve World-Class Education. ASIANetwork Exchange: A Journal for Asian Studies in the Liberal Arts. 24(2), pp.27–55.

 

INVITED TALKS, PRESENTATIONS, AND WORKSHOPS

Cosentino, Brad. 2017.  “Effects of global change on trait variation in a woodland salamander.” Invited talk at Utica College.   

Dean, Jodi. 2017. “Communicative Capitalism and Projected Time,” Symposium: Media Revolutions, Aesthetics of the Virtual, Hamburg.

Scott Brophy

Dean, Jodi. 2017. “Communicative Capitalism and the Subject of Politics,” Symposium Collège International de Philosophie, Paris.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. “Communist Power,” C17: Rome Conference on Communism, Rome.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. “Crowds and Party: Movements, Organizing, and Fighting Back,” Oscar Jaszi Memorial Lecture, Oberlin College.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. “The Force of Many,” Reclaim Democracy Conference, Basel, Switzerland.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. “From Allies to Comrades,” efflux, New York, NY.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. Keynote: “The Actuality of Revolution,” Wars of Position: Marxism and Civil Society, Manchester.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. Keynote: “Critique or Collectivity?” Digital Objects/Digital Subjects, University of Westminster, London.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. “Selfie Communism,” fear and Loathing of the Online Self, Roma Tre University, Rome.

Frost-Arnold, Karen. 2017.  Invited talk at the Eastern American Philosophical Association.

Frost-Arnold, Karen. 2017.  Invited talk at the Pacific Philosophical Association. 

Frost-Arnold, Karen. 2017.  Invited talk at the University of Pittsburgh. 

Hood, Clifton. 2017. Invited talk about the history of subways and about writing at P.S. 343, the Peck Slip School. 

Houseworth, Christina. 2017.  Invited participant in the Contemporary Economic Policy (CEP) sessions “Public Policy and Inequality: Creating Opportunities for All” at Western Economic Association International’s (WEAI) 13th International Conference, Santiago, Chile. 

Krummel, John. 2017. “Kenotic Chorology as A/theology in Nishida and Beyond,” Day 2 of the John Krummel Colloquium (invited event), Rissho University, Tokyo, Japan.

Krummel, John, 2017.  Book review session of my book, Nishida Kitaro's Chiasmatic Chorology: Place of Dialectic, Dialectic of Place (Indiana University Press, 2015), Day 1 of the John Krummel Colloquium (invited event), Rissho University, Tokyo, Japan.

Monson, Renee. 2017.  Keynote speaker, Le Moyne College Honor Societies Induction Ceremony.

Leah Shafer

Rusinko, Joe. 2017.  “From Quartet Trees to Neighbor Joining.”  Invited presentation at the Workshop on Algebraic and Combinatorial Phylogenetics, Barcelona, Spain. 

Straub, Shannon. 2017.  “Skimming the cream of the milkweed genome for phylogenomics.”Invited presentation at EvoDay 2017 at Cornell University. 

Straub, Shannon. 2017.  “Phylogenomics of Apocynaceae: From Tools to Trees.” Invited presentation at XIX International Botanical Congress, Shenzhen, China. 

Temple, Charlie and Firas Elfarr. 2017. Invited presentation on the Reading-Tanzania Project, Kongwa District. Comparative and International Education Society World Conference, Atlanta.

Temple, Charlie. 2017.  Invited Workshop in Sierra Leone for the Association of Language and Literacy Educators of Sierra Leone for the Reading-Sierra Leone Project and CODE-Canada.

Temple, Charlie. 2017.  Invited Workshop in Sierra Leone for the Ministry of Education and Science of Sierra Leone, World Bank Global Partnership for Education, CODE/Canada.

Temple, Charlie. 2017.  Invited Workshop in Sierra Leone for PEN-Sierra Leone and CODE-Canada.

Temple, Charlie. 2017.  Invited Workshop in Tajikistan for the Ministry of Education and USAID. 

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

Dean, Jodi. 2017. Distinguished Writer in Residence, Birkbeck College of Law, London.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. Faculty, Banff Research in Culture, Banff.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. Faculty, Saas-Fe Summer Institute of Art, Berlin.

Frost-Arnold, Karen. 2017.  Visiting Scholar at the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program at the University of Pittsburgh.

Krummel, John. John Krummel Colloquium, Rissho University, Tokyo, Japan.

Straub, Shannon. 2017.  Excellent Scholar Award from the International Botanical Congress organizing committee.

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Donald R. Harter '39 Professor in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Jodi Dean

Jodi Dean, Political Science



John Milton Potter Chair

Donna Davenport

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William R. Kenan Jr. Chair

Bill Waller

Bill Waller, Economics



Joseph P. Digangi Chair

Derek Linton

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