Faculty Accomplishments

April 2021


Anwar, Etin. 2021. “The Quest for the Political: Radical Islamism and the War on Terror in Indonesia.” In The (De)Legitimization of Violence in Sacred and Human Contexts, Muhammad Shafiq and Thomas Donlin-Smith. Palgrave MacMillan.

Bezbatchenko, K.E.*; Musa, M.A.*; Robinson, T.J.*; Mylod, G.*; Bowyer, W.J. 2021. “Solvent effects on heterogeneous rate constants for indium mediated allylations.” Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 125, 2088-2094.

Styers, D.M., Schafer, J.L., Kolozsvary, M.B., Brubaker, K.M., Scanga, S.E., Anderson, L.J., Mitchell, J.J. and Barnett, D., 2021. “Developing a flexible learning activity on biodiversity and spatial scale concepts using open-access vegetation datasets from the National Ecological Observatory Network.” Ecology and Evolution.

Forde, J.E.; Ciupe,S.M. 2021. “Quantification of the Tradeoff between Test Sensitivity and Test Frequency in a COVID-19 Epidemic—A Multi-Scale Modeling Approach.” Viruses, 13, 457. https://doi.org/10.3390/v13030457

Graham, D., Avena-Koenigsberger, A. and Mišić, B. 2020. “Editorial: Network Communication in the Brain.” Network Neuroscience 4 (4), 976-979.

Gu, Jiangtao Harry. 2021. “Not Exactly a House of Prayer.” In Scott MacDonald and Patricia R. Zimmermann with Julia Tulke (eds.), Flash Flaherty: Tales from a Film Seminar. Indiana University Press.

Hao, Y., & Graham, D. 2020. “Creative destruction: Collisions and redundancy generate emergent sparseness on the mammal connectome.” Network Neuroscience, 4(4), 1055-1071.

Mowery P, *Filkorn MM, *Hurysz B, *Kwansare DO, *Lafferty MM, *McFadden MA, *Neerukonda ND, *Patel RR, *Pierce K, *Sockett KA, *Truax NJ, *Webster NR, Pelkey ET. 2021. “Discovery of an Indole-Substituted Furanone with Tubulin Polymerization Inhibition Activity.” Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett. 41: 127991.

Shafer, Leah. 2021. “Brand Name Vision: Props in the Films of John Hughes.” In Timothy Shary & Frances Smith (eds.) ReFocus: The Films of John Hughes. Edinburgh University Press.

Waller, William, and Wrenn, Mary V. 2021. “Feminist Institutionalism and Neoliberalism.” Feminist Economics, 1-26. Published online: March 12, 2021. DOI: 10.1080/13545701.2021.1883194

Wrenn, Mary V. and Waller, William. 2021. “Boss Babes and Predatory Optimism: Neoliberalism, Multi-level Marketing Schemes, and Gender.” Journal of Economic Issue. Volume LV No. 2 June. DOI 10.1080/00213624.2021.1908805 

Wells, Courtney. 2019. “Pensemus qualiter viri prehonorati a propria diverterunt” (DVE, I, xiv, 5): Els textos occitans d'un cercle toscà de poetes, Mot so razo 18. 23-40. http://dx.doi.org/10.33115/udg_bib/msr.v18i0.22592

Zhou, Jinghao. 2020. Why Is the China Model Losing Its Power: Challenges and Opportunities of the Second Global Competition. World Scientific Publishing Company.


Gu, Jiangtao Harry. Invited talk. “Senses of the Self in Chinese Visual Culture.” Conversations Across Screen Cultures, Hobart and William Smith Colleges. February 25, 2021.

May, Heather. Invited Performance. "Awaiting Tiresias: A Performative Reflection on the Boundaries of Diagnosis and Identity." Medical Humanities and Health Studies Seminar Series, March 15, 2021, Zoom performance based out of Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, IN. https://iu.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/t/1_qu8wcqru

Spector, Don. Invited speaker, with historian Professor Zuoyue Wang (California Polytechnic State University) for an event examining the life and work of physicist Chien-Shung Wu. Presented by the Ma-Yi Theater Company NYC) and the Kitchen Theatre Company (Ithaca), in conjunction with the first workshop production of Stefani Kuo’s new play, China Dreams or the Conservation of Parity. March 8, 2021.

Waller, William. “Missing Middles and Magical Thinking: Gaps in Economic Theory." J. Fagg Foster Memorial Lecture. University of Denver. Denver, Colorado. May 7, 2021.

Wells, Courtney. Guest lecture on the Italian and Catalan troubadours via Zoom. “Medieval Lyric: How Lyric Moves.” Stanford University, Comp Lit 377 (Marisa Galvez).

Wells, Courtney. Invited presentation. “Strange Territory: Dante’s Occitan Lyric Landscape.” Lyric Landscapes: A Symposium on Poets and Their Places Across the Medieval World. Indiana University Bloomington. Bloomington, IN. February 28, 2020.

Woodworth, Chris. Invited lecture. “Family Drama: An Exploration of Real-Life Relatives on Stage.” Syracuse Stage. Wednesday@1 Lecture in conjunction with the production of Annapurna. (available online March 24-April 4, 2021)

Woodworth, Chris. Public reading. Sure (an original 10-minute play). First Fridays/The Barrow Group. New York, NY. March 5, 2021.


Brown, Meghan. Created and wrote the ecology of the species in the novel Hummingbird Salamander by Jeff VanderMeer (Farrar, Straus and Giroux-Macmillan Publishers, April 2020).

Calabrese, Anthony. Successfully auditioned to be a performing member in the Percussive Arts Society's 2021 Marimba Orchestra, directed by Gordon Stout. Anthony is a member of the Society's advising committee for keyboard percussion instruments.

Carson, Rob. Named Contributing Editor and Research Bibliographer for the Collected Works of Christopher Marlowe, forthcoming from Oxford University Press.

Conroy-Goldman, Melanie. Her book, The Likely World, has made the VCU Cabell First Novelist Award Top 20 Longlist.

March 2021


Abas, S. i2020. “Doing Pedagogic Work to Illuminate the World: Participatory Literacy in a Community Museum.” In L. A. Henry & N.A. Stahl (eds.). Literacy Across the Community. Research, Praxis, and Trends. United States of America: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Literacy-Across-the-Community-Research-Praxis-and-Trends/Henry-Stahl/p/book/9780367468620

Smith, C., Ashdown, B. K., Dixe, A., & Guarnaccia, J. 2020. “It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood: Overcoming Barriers Regarding Children’s Mental Health Against Help-seeking Via Community Social Capital.” Community Development, Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/15575330.2020.1852437

Scanlon, D. Nannemann, A., & Baker, D. 2021. “Lessons From Research for Implementing An Instructional Accommodations Model in Secondary Inclusion.” Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal 26 (1).

Black, Alex W. 2020. ""A New Enterprise in Our History": William Still, Conductor of The Underground Rail Road (1872)." American Literary History, vol. 32 no. 4, p. 668-690. Project MUSE muse.jhu.edu/article/780528

Brown, Meghan, Oviedo Prieto R., Corbin J., Ness J., Borroto-Páez R., McCay R., & Farnsworth M. 2021. “Plant Pirates of the Caribbean: Is Cuba Sheltered By Its Revolutionary Economy?” Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment https://doi.org/10.1002/fee.2311 (also featured in the Research Highlights of Nature: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-00448-7 and in National Geographic: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/article/the-unintended-environmental-benefit-of-cubas-isolation)

Brubaker, Kristen, and Bradley Cosentino. 2021. “Forest Structure and Biomass in Post‐Agricultural Forests: Lessons Learned with New Spatial Tools.” Applied Vegetation Science.

Ciupe, S. M., Vaidya, N. K., & Forde, J. E. 2021. “Early Events in Hepatitis B Infection: The Role of Inoculum Dose.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 288(1944), 20202715.

Gu, Jiangtao. 2021. Review of Photo Poetics: Chinese Lyricism and Modern Media Culture, by Shengqing Wu, Journal of Modern Chinese Literature and Culture.

Stefansson et al. (Hebb, Leslie). 2020. "A Mini-Neptune and a Radius Valley Planet Orbiting the Nearby M2 Dwarf TOI-1266 in Its Venus Zone: Validation with the Habitable-zone Planet Finder”, AJ, 160, 6.

Lemelin, Christopher. 2020. “The Poet Is a Between: Time-Space Structures in Tsvetaeva's Poèma Gory and Poàma Kontsa” (originally in Slavic and East European Journal v. 51.3 (2007)) reprinted in Poetry Criticism, Volume 229, “Marina Tsvetaeva.” Farmington Hills, Mich.: Gale, a Cengage Company.

Lemelin, Christopher. 2020. “Creation Ex Anxiety: Influence and Exile in Tsvetaeva's 'The Lute’” (originally in Slavic and East European Journal v. 55.3 (2011)) reprinted in Poetry Criticism, Volume 229, “Marina Tsvetaeva.”  Farmington Hills, Mich.: Gale, a Cengage Company.

Makker, Kirin. 2021. Nine Months of Eggs and Occulus, juried exhibition Last Year on Earth, Rochester Contemporary Art Center, March 5-May 8.

Makker, Kirin. 2021. Touch, exhibition by special invitation, Warp and Weft, a multilingual archive of stories that seeks to capture the 2020 zeitgeist, curated by Mara Ahmed. Coordinated with Rochester Contemporary Art Center's spring/summer exhibition series. http://www.rochestercontemporary.org/exhibitions/the-warp-and-weft/

Mauer, K.W. 2020. “Unsettling Resilience: Colonial Ecological Violence, Indigenous Futurisms, and the Restoration of the Elwha River.” Rural Sociology. https://doi.org/10.1111/ruso.12365

Sanders, M. C., J. M. Cordeira, and N. D. Metz. 2020. “Hydrometeorological characteristics of ice jams on the Pemigewasset River in central New Hampshire. J. Hydrometeorology, 21, 2923-2942.

Roberson, A. 2020. “Dueling Discourses: Crime and Public Health in News Coverage of Suicide.” In Friginal, E., & Hardy, J. A. (Eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Approaches to Discourse Analysis. Routledge.

Ryan, J, B.R. Johnson, and D. Deitcher. 2020. “Building Your Own Neuroscience Equipment: A Precision Micromanipulator and an Epi-fluorescence Microscope for Calcium Imaging.” Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience, 19(1):A134-A140.

Straub, S.C.K., J. Boutte, M. Fishbein, and T. Livshultz. 2020. “Enabling Evolutionary Studies at Multiple Scales in Apocynaceae Through Hyb-Seq.” Applications in Plant Sciences 8(11): e11400. https://bsapubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/aps3.11400

Spasova, S. and Welsh, K. 2020. “Mixing it Up with Blended Learning.” In Dengub, Dubinina, and Merrill, eds. The Art of Teaching Russian. Georgetown University Press, 405-30. http://press.georgetown.edu/book/languages/art-teaching-russian


Anglin, S., & Rath, E. Invited paper. “Belief change in response to evidence: Predictors and persistence over time.” Virtual Society for Personality and Social Psychology Convention. February 14, 2021.

Coffey, Mary L. Invited presentation. “Galdós and the Trauma of Imperial Loss.” Modern Language Association Annual Meeting. Session: Benito Pérez Galdós y el nacionalismo español. January 20, 2021.

Hood, Clif. Invited talk via Zoom. “The History of New York City's Subway System.” Westport Library and the Westport Museum for History and Culture. October 2020.

Martin-Baron, Michelle. Invited talk. "Mythical Enjambment in The Hungry Woman: Nation, Desire, and Cherrie Moraga's Utopic Turn." Medea: Violence - family - liberation Workshop, Frankfurt, Germany. February 25-26, 2021.

Mauer, K. Whitney. Invited lecture. “Ethical Considerations in Qualitative Research with the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe.” University of New Mexico, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, GEOG 590 Qualitative Methods. February 9, 2020.

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. Invited lecture. “US Policy and the War in Yemen: Options for the Biden Administration.” Brookings Institution Center for Middle East Policy. January 22, 2021.

Ryan, James. Invited presentation. “Building Your Own Neuroscience Equipment: A Precision Micromanipulator and an Epi-fluorescence Microscope for Calcium Imaging.” Society for Neuroscience virtual meeting.

Zulkarnain, Iskandar. Invited talk. “Dancing Pogo with the Culture Industry Revisited.” Keynote speech, Punk Scholars Network, Indonesia Annual Conference. December 15, 2020.


Bodenlos, Jamie. Elected the incoming Eastern Region Vice President for Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology.

Deutschlander, Mark. Received a $2,500 award from Seneca Meadows, Inc. to support new research on radio tracking in migratory songbirds at the Colleges' Hanley Field Preserve.

Hebb, Leslie. Received $24,887 in funding from NASA under the Cycle 3, TESS Guest Investigator solicitation for the project “Using TESS to Measure the Dynamical Evolution of a Young Close Binary in a Triple System.”

Hood, Clif. Received a Quarry Farm Fellowship from the Center for Mark Twain Studies at Elmira College. This is a two week residential fellowship in April.

Hood, Clif. Served as a reviewer for the American Council of Learned Societies’ fellowship program.

Mauer, K. Whitney. Interviewed for Treehugger podcast by host M. Yadrick. “Reimagining the Elwha Restoration with Whitney Mauer.” (No. 26) February 15, 2020. https://www.treehuggerpod.com/episodes/elwha-restoration

Metz, Nick and Laird, Neil. Received a $514,733 grant from the National Science Foundation (4/1/2021-3/31/2024). “Multi-scale Interactions Influencing Lake-Effect Systems.”

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. Joined the editorial committee for Middle East Report.

Shafer, Leah. Recruited to assess Action Grants for Humanities NY. https://humanitiesny.org/33-humanities-grants-awarded-across-nys-for-public-programs-on-womens-history-queer-issues-and-localities/

Werner, Maggie. Her book, Stripped: Reading the Erotic Body, made Book Authority’s list of best new books in rhetoric. https://bookauthority.org/books/new-rhetoric-books

Zulkarnain, Iskandar. Awarded a grant by CNY Humanities Corridor to organize two events on the theme, "Digital Activism In and Outside the Classroom," as part of the Global Digital Humanities working group (including Leah Shafer and Jingtao “Harry” Gu). The first event is “Hashtag Activism: A Conversation with Moya Bailey,” held on February 12, 2021.


December 2020


Abas, S., Bose,S., Park, Y. & Takahashi, J. i2020. “What do we bring to ‘THE TABLE’? - A Visual Autoethnography of Underrepresented Asian TESOL Practitioners in the US.” In B. Yazan, R.Jain & S. Canagarajah (eds.), Autoethnographies in ELT.Transnational Identities, Pedagogies, and Practices (pp. 242-261). United States of America: Routledge. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/e/9781003001522

Babbitt, Geoffrey. 2020. “That Thin Skin Is Broken: Thomas Traherne’s Gnostic Bent.” Ben Jonson Journal, Vol. 27, No. 2., 301-308.

Kim, H., Ruppar, A., Baker, D., Kim, S., & Yu, B. 2020. “Interweaving, Disentangled: Korean American Students with Autism Go to College.” Race, Ethnicity and Education. DOI: 10.1080/13613324.2020.1842349

Bell, Jocelyn R., and Frank Wattenberg. 2020. "The Slippery Duck Theorem." Mathematics Magazine 93.2: 91-103.

Chang, Yi-Wen. 2020. “Travel Remotely.” Piano Solo Concert, WXXI FM 91.5, 2020 Fall Concert Series. November 18, 2020.

Boyd, Barry L.; Armstrong-Smith, Christina; Forbes, Amy; Holmes, Aja C. 2020. "Leadership Learner: Priority 3 of the National Leadership Education Research Agenda 2020-2025.” Journal of Leadership Studies, Volume 14, Number 3, 2020.

Frost-Arnold, Gregory. 2020. “The Ontogeny of Quine’s Ontology: Pythagoreanism, Nominalism, and the Role of Clarity.” In Frederique Janssen-Lauret (ed.), Quine, Structure, and Ontology, Oxford University Press: pp. 117-146.

Hussain, Khuram. 2020. “Dreaming Differently About Freedom: Malcolm X and Muhammad Speaks.” Journal of African American Studies 24:319-336.

Ivanchikova, Alla. 2020. “The Kite Runner 20 Years Later: Three Things Every Reader Should Know.” In K. Hosseini, Critical Insights: The Kite Runner. Grey House.

McCorkle, James. 2020. "'Locations / Echolocations' and 'Pine + Bay + Snow." In Mary Newell, Bernard Quetchenbach, and Sarah Nolan. Spuyten Duyvil (eds.), Poetics for the More-Than-Human-Worldhttp://www.spuytenduyvil.net/poetics-for-the-more-than-human-world.html

McCorkle, James. 2020. “Readings into the Plantationocene: From the Slave Narrative of Charles Ball to the Speculative Histories of Octavia Butler and Nnedi Okorafor.” In Cajetan Iheka and Stephanie Newell (eds.), ALT 38 Environmental Transformations: African Literature Today, NED - New edition, Boydell & Brewer, pp. 122-133. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctv105bbzf.13

Murphy, Robinson. 2020. “‘Pain Comes in Waves’: Eroding Bodies in Colm Tóibín’s The Blackwater Lightship.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction.

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. 2020. “No Justice, No Peace? Securing a Just End to War in Yemen.” Yemen Policy Center, October 2020. https://www.yemenpolicy.org/no-justice-no-peace-securing-a-just-end-to-war-in-yemen/

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. 2020. “Pursuing Peace by Engaging Justice in Yemen.” POMEPS Studies 42, Project on Middle East Political Science, November 2020. https://pomeps.org/pursuing-peace-by-engaging-justice-in-yemen

Talmage. C. A. 2020. “Community Development, Quality of Life, and Community Well-Being: Three Fields Ripe with Opportunities for Future Research and Practice.” Community Development Practice, 24(1), Article 4. https://egrove.olemiss.edu/cdpractice/vol24/iss1/4/

Werner, Maggie. 2020. Stripped: Reading the Erotic Body. Penn State Press.

Zhou, Jinghao. 2020. “The CCP’s Global Political Expansion: Why Can’t the Chinese Communist Party Become a Responsible Stakeholder?” Indo-Pacific Defense Forum, Vol. 45, Issue 4, pp.18-25.


Anglin, Stephanie. “How are data presented and communicated?” Living at the Intersection (Virtual) Symposium. Council on Science and Technology, Princeton, NJ. October 30, 2020. https://cst.princeton.edu/lis-symposium

Gayle, Janette. "Dressing for Change: The Black Political Aesthetic in Early 20th Century New York City." HWS Art & Architecture Department Termuhlen-Rauck Lecture Series, October 2020.

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. Roundtable. “Citizenship and Belonging in the Gulf.” Middle East Studies Association. October 6, 2020.

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. Webinar. “The Securitization of International Justice: Law, Security, and Politics” (with Samer Abboud and Oumar Ba). Arab Council on Social Sciences, Beirut. October 21, 2020.

Rodriguez-Mansilla, Fernando. Invited lecture. “Revisión crítica de la producción investigadora en torno a la poesía del Siglo de Oro español (2017-2020) / Critical Review of the Scholarship on Golden Age Poetry (2017-2020).” The XII Congreso de la Asociación Internacional Siglo de Oro (AISO), Université de Neuchâtel. Neuchâtel, Switzerland. November 5, 2020 (via Webex).

White, Melissa Autumn. Invited lecture. “Sponsored Queer Migration in an Age of Global Apartheid.” Women’s and Gender Studies Speakers’ Series, RIT College of Liberal Arts. October 26, 2020 (via Zoom).

Woodworth, Chris. "Nautical Drama: The Maritime Quarantine of the Joshua Simpkins Opera Company." Geneva Historical Society's Fall Lecture Series. November 12, 2020. The lecture was followed by a brief solo performance by Gretty Hollister (WS '20).

Zhou, Jinghao. Invited talk. “Strategic Intent of Adversaries: The CCP’s Hegemony Strategy.” Great Power Competition Forum: Compound Security Threats, Joint Special Operations University, MACDILL AFB, Tampa, Florida. November 4-6, 2020. (Online Forum)


Abas, Suriati. Selected as a winner for the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and Simon & Schuster Publishers book giveaway.

Anglin, Stephanie. Teacher/Scholar Registration Award for the 2021 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Convention.

Conroy-Goldman, Melanie. Her article, “We’re All Speculative Fiction Writers Now,” was selected by Human Parts, A Medium Publication, for distribution.

Conroy-Goldman, Melanie. Finalist in the Fiction: Literary Category, 2020 Best Book Awards. Sponsored by American Book Fest. http://americanbookfest.com/generalfiction/literary.html

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. Appointed to a three-year term of the advisory board of the Center for Applied Research in Partnership with the Orient (CARPO) in Bonn, Germany. https://carpo-bonn.org/en/advisory-board/


October-November 2020


Le, K. P., & Ashdown, B. K. 2020. “Examining the Reliability of Various Interpersonal Acceptance-Rejection Theory (IPARTheory) Measures Among Vietnamese Adolescents.” The Journal of Genetic Psychology, Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/00221325.2020.1827218

Ashdown, B. K., Dixe, A., & Talmage, C. A. 2020. “The Potentially Damaging Effects of Developmental Aid and Voluntourism on Cultural Capital and Well-being.” International Journal of Community Well-Being, Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42413-020-00079-2

Ashdown, B. K. 2020. “Community Capital Framework in Latin America...and Beyond?” Local Development and Society, https://doi.org/10.1080/26883597.2020.1821243

Bodenlos, J. S., Hawes, L., Burstein, S., & Arroyo, K. 2020. “Association of cognitive fusion with domains of health.” Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, 18, 9-15. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcbs.2020.08.001

Coffey, Mary L. 2020. Ghosts of Colonies Past and Present. Spanish Imperialism in the Fiction of Benito Pérez Galdós. Liverpool University Press.

Conroy-Goldman, Melanie. 2020. The Likely World. Pasadena: Red Hen Press. https://www.amazon.com/Likely-World-Melanie-Conroy-Goldman/dp/1597098086

Elmore, J.A., S.B. Hager, B.J. Cosentino, et al. 2020. “Correlates of Bird Collisions With Buildings Across Three North American Countries.Conservation Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13569

Wagnon, C.J., R.L. Schooley, and B.J. Cosentino. 2020. “Shrub Encroachment Creates a Dynamic Landscape of Fear for Desert Lagomorphs Via Multiple Pathways.” Ecosphere

Davenport, Donna. 2020. “Matters is the Minimum.” Arts installation co-produced with Athesia Benjamin, Women of Color (WOC) Arts Collaborative, in The Reckoning 2020, Artists Coalition for Change Together (ACCT), MK Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, Oct. 24, 2020.

Gallouet, Catherine. 2019. “Le Noir ‘contre’ le Blanc. Rhétorique de la représentation littéraire de résistance” in K. Bénac, ed., Poétique et politique de l'altérité. Colonialisme, esclavagisme, exotisme, 18e-21e siècles (Paris: Garnier Frères), 125-141.

Gallouet, Catherine. 2019. “La politique de la représentation des Noirs, du XVIIIe au XXIe siècle, sur la page et à l’écran” in K. Bénac, ed., Poétique et politique de l'altérité. Colonialisme, esclavagisme, exotisme, 18e-21e siècles (Paris: Garnier Frères), 369-391.

Mauer, K. Whitney. 2020. "Undamming the Elwha River." Contexts. 19 (3): 34-39.

Rodriguez-Mansilla, Fernando. 2020. “Lope de Vega, El serafin humano, Critical Edition and Philological Notes” in Garcia-Reidy & Plata, Comedias de Lope de Vega. Parte XIX (Madrid: Gredos).

Kilmer, Noah T.,* Rebecca L. Huss*, Carolyn C. George*, Elana M.S. Stennett. 2021. “The Influence of Ion Identity and Ionic Strength on Membrane Biofouling of a Binary Protein Solution.” Separation and Purification Technology, 255, 117769. (Advanced online publication)

Szymanek, Angelique. 2020. “Haptic Encounters: Margarita Cabrera’s Space in Between.” Art Journal, 79 (3), 70-79.

Adeniyi-Ogunyankin, Grace, Moya Bailey, Karen Flynn, Bettina Judd, Ayana K. Weekley, Jennifer Musial, and Melissa Autumn White. 2020. "Black Feminist Thought and the Gender, Women's, and Feminist Studies PhD: A Roundtable Discussion." Feminist Formations 32.2 (Summer 2020), 1-28. 


Dunn, Kevin. “Too Many Crises! Music and Politics in a World on Fire.” Invited presentation. TUSK Virtual 2020 Music Festival. October 2, 2020.

Halfman, John. “Finger Lakes Water Quality.” Invited lecture via Zoom. Owego Rotary Club. October 13, 2020.


Cosentino, Brad. Received a grant from the National Science Foundation for the project, Adaptive and nonadaptive mechanisms of phenotypic evolution in response to urbanization. $426,452 to HWS, $1.5 million total. 

Passavant, Paul. Joined the editorial board of Polity, one of the leading journals in Political Science.

September 2020


Abas, Suriati. 2019. “Cosmopolitanism in Ethnic Foodscapes. A Geosemiotics, Social Literacies View of Restaurants in Bloomington, Indiana.” International Journal of Linguistic Landscape, 5(1). 54-81. DOI: 10.1075/ll.17019.aba

Abas, Suriati. 2019. “Reading the World - Teaching Visual Analysis in Higher Education.” Journal of Visual Literacy, 38(1). DOI: 10.1080/1051144X.2019.1574120

Abas, Suriati. 2019. “Remixing Pedagogies and Fluidity of Spaces in a Community-Based Schoolscape.” In C. Seals & V. Olsen-Reeder, eds., Embracing Multilingualism Across Educational Contexts (pp. 277-309). New Zealand: Wellington University Press.  

Abas, Suriati. 2019. “Repatriating Desparacidos Across Spaces.” In Damiana, P., Ryan, R., & Julie, W., eds., Negotiating Place and Space Through Digital Literacies: Research and Practice (pp. 261-276). United States of America: Information Age Publishing.

Hart, E. and C.M. Annear. 2020. “Research Coherency: A Framework for Student Success in Research.” College Teaching, 38(3): 112-123. https://doi.org/10.1080/87567555.2020.1758022

Ashdown, B. K., Brown, C. M., Faherty, A. N., & Camden, A. A. 2020. “Parental rejection and fear of intimacy in the United States and Guatemala: Context and culture matter.” Current Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-020-01021-7

Miller, S. M. & Ashdown, B. K. 2020. “When COVID affects the community: The response of a needs-based private school in Guatemala.” Local Development & Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/26883597.2020.1794758

Hackathorn, J. & Ashdown, B. K. 2020. “The webs we weave: Predicting infidelity motivations and extradyadic relationship satisfaction.” The Journal of Sex Research. https://doi.org/10.1080/00224499.2020.1746954

Ashdown, B. K. & Hackathorn, J. 2020. “Mapping a thesis to find your way as a writer”. E-xcellence Essay of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology. July. https://teachpsych.org/E-xcellence-in-Teaching-Blog/9086406

Baker, D., McCabe, H., Kelly, M., & Jiang, T. 2020. “100 years from now: comparing parental perspectives about supports for adults with autism in the USA and China.” Advances in Autism.

X. Zang, L. Peraro, R. T. Davison, T. R. Blum, D. Vallabhaneni, C. E. Fennell, S. L. Cramer, H. K. Shah, D. M. Wholly, E. A. Fink, J. T. Sivak, K. M. Ingalls, C. T. Herr, V. E. Lawson, M. R. Burnett, D. J. Slade, K. E. Cole, S. A. Carle, and J. S. Miller. 2020. “Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of a Depsipeptidic HDAC Inhibitor via a Generalizable Approach Using an Optimized Latent Thioester Solid-Phase Linker.” J. Org. Chem. 85(12), 8253-8260. DOI: 10.1021/acs.joc.0c00854

Crow, Matthew. 2020. “Calling for a Blue Early America.” The Panorama, Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (September).

Crow, Matthew. 2020. “Jefferson’s Whale: Race, Climate, and Commerce in Early America.” Journal of the Early Republic. Fall, pp. 435-463.

Fisher, Emily and Nan Crystal Arens. 2020. “Geoscience education and motivated reasoning: Learning about climate change.” Journal of College Science Teaching 49:5:36-41. 

Gallouet, Catherine. 2020. “Transformation de l’autre exotique dans Les Indes galantes de Rameau et Fuzelier (1736), ou comment l’autre se construit sur la scène,” Le Monde Français du Dix-Huitième Siècle, Volume 5, Issue - numéro 1, Transposition(s) and Confrontation(s) in the British Isles, in France and Northern America (1688-1815), Dirs. Pierre-François Peirano & Hélène Palma. https://ojs.lib.uwo.ca/index.php/mfds-ecfw/article/view/10548/8524

Hayes-Conroy, Allison, Jessica Hayes-Conroy, Yoshiko Yamasaki, and Ximena Quintero Saavedra. 2020. "Feminist Visceral Politics: From taste to territory." In Routledge Handbook of Gender and Feminist Geographies, pp. 379-388. Routledge.

Lemelin, Christopher. 2019. “Deprivations of Space and Time: Tsvetaeva’s ‘Absentiality’ and ‘A Minute’ as Anti-Elegiac Meditations on Exile.” Slavic and East European Journal, 63:2 (Summer).

Martin-Baron, Sherri, Raechel John, and Emily Regan Wills, editors. 2020. What’s in a Name? Perspectives from Non-Biological and Non-Gestational Queer Mothers. Demeter Press.

Grandbois, Peter, McCorkle, James, and Miltner, Robert. 2020. Triptych: The Three-Legged World, In Time, and Orpheus & Echo. Etruscan Press.

al-Gawfi, Iman, Bilkis Zabara, and Stacey Philbrick Yadav. 2020. “The Role of Women in Peacebuilding in Yemen.” CARPO Brief 14, 2.27.20 https://carpo-bonn.org/en/portfolio/carpo-brief-14-the-role-of-women-in-peacebuilding-in-yemen/

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. 2020. “Fragmentation, Disintegration, and Resurgence: Assessing the Islamist Field in Yemen.” Middle East Law and Governance, 12(1), 14-34.

Simmons, William and Henry Towsner. 2020. "Explicit polynomial bounds on prime ideals in polynomial rings over fields." Pacific Journal of Mathematics, 306(2): 721-754.

Talmage, C. A., Baker, A. L., Guest, M. A., & Knopf, R. C. 2020. “Responding to Social Isolation among Older Adults through Lifelong Learning: Lessons and Questions during COVID-19.” Local Development and Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/26883597.2020.1794757

Talmage, C. A., Denicourt, J. C.,* Delpha, P. J.,* Goodwin, G.,* & Snyder, E. B.* 2020. “Exploring Neolocalism Among Finger Lakes Breweries and Local Communities: Merits and Cautions.” Local Development and Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/26883597.2020.1801332

Talmage, C. A., Annear, C., Equinozzi, K.,* Flowers, K., Hammett, G.,* Jackson, A., Kingery, J. N., Lewis, R., Makker, K., Platt, A.,* Schneider, T.,* & Turino, C.* 2020. “Rapid Community Innovation: A Small Urban Liberal Arts Community Response to COVID-19.” International Journal of Community Well-Being. https://doi.org/10.1080/26883597.2020.1794757

Whitten, Sarah. 2020. “Remembering, Illustrating, and Forgetting in the Register of Peter the Deacon,” in Designing Norman Sicily: Material Culture and Society, ed. Emily Winkler et al. (Woodbridge: Boydell Press).

King, Gregory, Leonard Perez, Cynthia Williams, Darcy Grabenstein, Maurya Kerr, and Michael Foley. 2020. “Decolonizing Dance Writing: Body Stories and the Bedrock of Dreams.” ThINKing Dance. https://thinkingdance.net/articles/2020/08/21/5/Decolonizing-Dance-Writing-Body-Stories-and-the-Bedrock-of-Dreams/


Abas, Suriati. Invited virtual speaker. “Maskwacis Cultural College Microlearning Series". Interactive Digital Lessons. Maskwacis Cultural College, Alberta, Canada. September 4, 2020.

Abas, Suriati. Guest speaker. “Adobe Sparks for Education. New literacies in pandemic times. Adobe for Education, USA. September 9, 2020.

Free, Laura. Hosting and co-writing “Amended,” a history podcast for Humanities New York about the struggle for equal voting rights. The first three episodes released weekly from August 26, 2020.

Halfman, John. Invited lecture. “History and Status of Seneca Lake Water Quality.” Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association Webinar on Water Quality Issues in Seneca Lake and its Watershed.

Perkins, Wes. Guest Speaker. “Is Everybody Really Doing It? Using a Social Norms Approach to Successfully Reduce Youth Risk Behaviors.” Sponsored by the “It Takes a Community” Coalition and the Iroquois Central School District for coalition members and school district administration and staff. Elma, New York. March 4, 2020.

Perkins, Wes. Guest Speaker and Training Leader. “Is Everybody Really Doing It? Using a Social Norms Approach to Successfully Reduce Youth Risk Behaviors.” Provided for community, secondary school, and higher education professionals concerned with health promotion and risk prevention in Central New York. Sponsored by the Central NY Region Prevention Resource Center, Syracuse, New York. March 12, 2020.

Welsh, Kristen. Invited speaker. “Changes to the pedagogy at the post-secondary level (programmatic goals, methods, classroom-based assessment).” National Conversations on Teaching of Russian series sponsored by the American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR). https://www.actr.org/conversations.html


Annear, Chris. Featured expert in “Americans Are Desperate to Go Back Outside. Can Rationing Access to Parks and Beaches Make That Safer?”  http://time.com/5833586/parks-rationing/  https://www2.hws.edu/annear-discusses-face-masks-in-time-magazine/

Ashdown, Brien. Associate Editorship for Community Development started on August 1, 2020.

Halfman, John. Awarded Citizen of the Year by the Finger Lakes Regional Watershed Alliance.

Halfman, John and Cleckner, Lisa. Received a $129,500 grant from the Fred L. Emerson Foundation for three years, The Next Step: Nutrient Sources for Blue-Green Algae Blooms.

Halfman, John, Dumitriu, Ileana, Spacher, Peter, and Cleckner, Lisa. Received a $27,000 grant from FLI Owasco Watershed Monitoring Program, Cayuga County.

Halfman, John, and Cleckner, Lisa. Received a $5,500 grant from the Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association for the 2020 FLI/HWS Seneca Lake Dockside Monitoring Program.

Monson, Renee. Her article, “Do They Have to Like It to Learn From It? Students’ Experiences, Group Dynamics, and Learning Outcomes in Group Research Projects” was in the “Top Ten Downloads of 2019” for Teaching Sociology (asanet.org/publications/top-downloads).

Penn, Steven. Received a $107,000 NSF Award for the collaborative research project, LIGO Scientific Collaboration Center for Coating Research.

Stennett, Elana. Received a New York Six Seed Grant for “Developing Cross Institutional Collaborations for Analytical Chemistry” with Kimberley Frederick (lead, Skidmore College) and Laura MacManus-Spencer (Union College).

Stennett, Elana. Received an NSF ROA Supplement RAPID grant: Nanomembranes for the Rapid Detection of SARS-CoV-2- in Biofluids under Dr. Jim McGrath (UR) and in collaboration with Dr. Fernando Ontiveros-llamas (St. John Fisher)


March 2020


Ashdown, B.K. & Faherty, A. N. 2020. Parents and caregivers across cultures: Positive development from infancy through adulthood. Springer.

Blanchard, Lara C. W. 2019. “Gender in Chinese Art.” Grove Art Online, edited by Sonya Lee (December). DOI: 10.1093/oao/9781884446054.013.90000138591

Cosentino, B.J., R.L. Schooley, B.T. Bestelmeyer, H. Campos, and L.M. Burkett. 2019. “Does habitat disturbance promote geographical parthenogenesis in whiptail lizards?” Evolutionary Ecology 33:839-853.

Bowne, D.R., B.J. Cosentino, L.J. Anderson, et al. 2019. “A broader approach to understanding urbanization effects on freshwater turtles: Reply to Lambert and Steen 2019”. Conservation Biology 33:1197-1199.

Marsh, D.M., and B.J. Cosentino. 2019. “Causes and consequences of non-random drop-outs for citizen science projects: Lessons from the North American Amphibian Monitoring Program.” Freshwater Sciences 38:292-302. Invited Paper.

Gibbs, J.P., M.F. Buff, and B.J. Cosentino. 2019. “The biological system - Urban wildlife, adaptation and evolution: urbanization as a driver of contemporary evolution in gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis).” In Hall, M.A. and S. Balogh, eds. Understanding Urban Ecology, Springer, pp. 269-286.

Freeman, KJ,  Condron DJ, and Steidl CR. 2020. “Structures of Stratification: Advancing a Sociological Debate over Culture and Resources.” Critical Sociology 46(2): 191-206.

Frost-Arnold, Greg. 2019. “How to Be a Historically Motivated Anti-Realist: The Problem of Misleading Evidence.” (December 2019) Philosophy of Science 86: 906-917.
Lewis, R.A., Barile, B.B., Drennen, T.E., & Beutner, R. 2019. “Using sustainability education to enhance a sense of belonging and community among first-year college students.” Journal of Sustainability Education, 21.

Currans, Elizabeth, Michelle Martin-Baron, and Holly Masturzo. 2018. “Editors’ Introduction.” Feminist Teaching 28, no. 2: 70-78. https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/742901

Mauer, K. Whitney. 2020. "Monopoly’s winners and losers: Elwha River Dam construction as social closure.Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences: 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13412-020-00586-w

Ost, David. 2020. “The Ouvrierist Ivan Szelényi and the Missing Sociology of Labor,” in Tamas Demeter, ed., Intellectuals, Inequalities and Transitions: Prospects for a Critical Sociology (Leiden: Brill).

Rodriguez, Naomi Glenn-Levin. 2019. “Present Absence In Dependency Law: The Erasure of Noncitizen Parents in the San Diego–Tijuana Region.” PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 42(2), pp.332-346. https://doi.org/10.1111/plar.12308

Spector, D. 2019. "If Physics Be the Framework of Music, Play On." Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 75 2103-2136. Invited contribution to the special issue Modelos e Metáforas: Arte e Ciência/Models and Metaphors: Art and Science, eds. Álvaro Balsas and Yolanda Espiña. DOI 10.17990/RPF/2019_75_4_0000


Ashdown, B.K. “What do scholars of culture have to offer the world?” Presidential Address at the Annual Conference for the Society for Cross Cultural Research, Seattle, WA. February 28, 2020.

Lewis, Robin. Invited talk. “Unpacking the relationship between sustainability and consumption.” HWS Speaker Series, Wood Library. Canandaigua, NY. 2020.

Ost, David. Invited lecture. “Populism, Fascism, and Why So Many Workers Turn From Left to Right.” Institute for European Studies, Cornell University. Ithaca, NY. February 21, 2020.

Zhou, Jinghao. Invited talk. “China Culture and History: Perspectives on Planning and Security.” Ways of Seeing Series—Understanding China, Joint Special Operations University, MACDILL AFB. Tampa, Florida. February 11-12, 2020.


Blanchard, Lara. Recipient of the Association for Asian Studies 2020 Joseph Levenson Pre-1900 Book Prize (China) for Song Dynasty Figures of Longing and Desire: Gender and Interiority in Chinese Painting and Poetry (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2018). https://www.asianstudies.org/aas-2020-prizes/

Cushman, Susan. Completed term as President of the New York Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. American Fisheries Society, New York Chapter Annual Meeting. Lake Placid, NY. February 3-5, 2020.

Davenport, Donna. Awarded a space in the CNY Humanities Corridor Writing Retreat in July 2020 at the Minnowbrook Conference Center in Blue Mountain Lake, NY.

Roy Chowdhury, Joyita. Job market paper, “Natural Disasters and Rural Labor Markets” was covered by The Hindu BusinessLine, a leading national newspaper of India. https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/opinion/weather-woes-add-to-farmer-suicide-cases/article30802206.ece

February 2020


Anglin, S. M., & Edlund, J. E. 2019. “Perceived Need for Reform in Field-Wide Methods and the Teaching of Replication, Interpretation, and Transparency.” Psychology Learning & Teaching, 1475725719859453.

Blanchard, Lara C. W. 2020. “Defining a Female Subjectivity: Gendered Gazes and Feminist Reinterpretations in the Art of Cui Xiuwen and Yu Hong.” In “(En)gendering: Chinese Women’s Art in the Making,” edited by Shuqin Cui. Special issue, positions: asia critique 28, no. 1 (February): 177 - 205. DOI: 10.1215/10679847-7913106

Peltz, J. S., Rogge, R. D., Bodenlos, J. S., Kingery, J. N., & Pigeon, W. R. 2020. “Changes in psychological inflexibility as a potential mediator of longitudinal links between college students’ sleep problems and depressive symptoms.” Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science15, 110-122.

Cosentino, B.J., R.L. Schooley, B.T. Bestelmeyer, H. Campos, and L.M. Burkett. 2019. “Does Habitat Disturbance Promote Geographical Parthenogenesis in Whiptail Lizards?” Evolutionary Ecology 33:839-853.

Bowne, D.R., B.J. Cosentino, L.J. Anderson, et al. 2019. “A Broader Approach to Understanding Urbanization Effects on Freshwater Turtles: Reply to Lambert and Steen 2019.” Conservation Biology 33:1197-1199.

Marsh, D.M., and B.J. Cosentino. 2019. “Causes and Consequences of Non-random Drop-outs for Citizen Science Projects: Lessons from the North American Amphibian Monitoring Program.” Freshwater Sciences 38:292-302.

Gibbs, J.P., M.F. Buff, and B.J. Cosentino. 2019. “The Biological System - Urban Wildlife, Adaptation and Evolution: Urbanization as a Driver of Contemporary Evolution in Gray Squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis).” In Hall, M.A. and S. Balogh, eds. Understanding Urban Ecology, Springer, pp. 269-286.

Razavi, N. Roxanna, S.F. Cushman, J.D. Halfman, T. Massey, R. Beutner, L.B. Cleckner. 2019.  “Mercury Bioaccumulation in Stream Food Webs of the Finger Lakes in Central New York State, USA.” Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 172: 265-272.

Razavi, N. Roxanna, J.D. Halfman, S.F. Cushman, T Massey, R. Beutner, J. Foust, B. Gilman, L.B. Cleckner. 2019. “Mercury Concentrations in Fish and Invertebrates of the Finger Lakes in Central New York, USA.” Ecotoxicology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10646-019-02132-z.

Halfman, J.D., B. Kharrazi, E. Wilber, A. Leavitt, J. Andrews, P. Spacher, I. Dumitriu & L.B. Cleckner. 2020.  “The 2019 Water Quality Monitoring Report, Owasco Lake, NY.”  Finger Lakes Institute, Hobart and William Smith Colleges. 48 pg.

Wasserman, Joshua G.*, Murphy, Keshihito J.*, and Newby, Josh J. 2019. “Evidence of C-H...O Interactions in the Thiophene:Water Complex.” The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 2019 123 (48), 10406-10417.  DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpca.9b07355

Ost, David. “The Ouvrierist Ivan Szelényi and the Missing Sociology of Labor,” in Tamas Demeter, ed., Intellectuals, Inequalities and Transitions: Prospects for a Critical Sociology (Leiden: Brill, 2020).

Perkins, Jessica M., H. Wesley Perkins, & David W.  Craig. 2019. “Norms and Attitudes about Being an Active Bystander: Support for Telling Adults about Seeing Knives or Guns at School among Greater London Youth.” Journal of Youth Adolescence (2019).  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10964-019-01127-7

Perkins, Jessica M., H. Wesley Perkins, Jordan Jurinsky, and David W. Craig. 2019. “Adolescent Tobacco Use and Misperceptions of Social Norms Across Schools in the United States.” Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Vol. 80, Issue No. 6, pp. 659-668. https://doi.org/10.15288/jsad.2019.80.659

Ebin, Chelsea and Price, Ricky. 2019. "The Great American Rights Bakeoff: Freedom of Religion vs. Freedom from Discrimination." New Political Science, Vol 41 (4), Nov 2019. https://doi.org/10.1080/07393148.2019.1686736

Rodriguez Mansilla, Fernando. 2019. El Inca Garcilaso en su Siglo de Oro. Madrid-Frankfurt am Main: Iberoamericana-Vervuert.

Rodriguez Mansilla, Fernando. 2019. “Quevedo y los estudios de animales: una lectura de Consultación de los gatos(núm. 750)”. La Perinola. Revista de investigación quevediana 23: 239-259.

Rodriguez Mansilla, Fernando. 2019. “El Proteo de Madrid: la picaresca en ciernes de Alonso de Castillo Solórzano.” Criticón136(2019): 93-106.

Talmage, C. A., Coon, D. W., Dugger, B. N., Knopf, R. C., O’Connor, K. A., & Schoffield, S. A. 2020. “Social Leisure Activity, Physical Activity, and Valuation of Life:  Findings from a Longevity Study.” Activities, Adaptation, and Aging, 44(1),61-84. https://doi.org/10.1080/01924788.2019.1581026.



Cowles, Kathryn. Invited essay. “Kathryn Cowles on ‘Boat Tour.’" Poetry Society of America’s In Their Own Words feature about the making of her poem “Boat Tour.” https://poetrysociety.org/features/in-their-own-words/kathryn-cowles

Gallouet, Catherine. Invited presentation of her film,“Memories of Indochine.” SFPS Annual Conference 2019 on Postcolonial Realms of Memory in the Francophone World. London, UK. November 2019.

Newby, Josh. Invited talk. “What Difference Does an Atom Make? The geometric preferences of chalcogen heterocycles with water.” Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT. October 4, 2019.

Ost, David. Interviewed for Czech online magazine A2larm, “Let’s not talk about 1989 but about what followed.” https://a2larm.cz/2019/11/david-ost-nebavme-se-o-roce-1989-ale-o-tom-co-nasledovalo/.



Ashdown, Brien. Appointed to a two-year term as the International Director of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology.

Farnsworth, May and Rodriguez Mansilla, Fernando. Awarded a grant from the CNY Humanities Corridor to host the Spring symposium of LELACS (the Lake Erie Latin American Cultural Studies): “Discord and Diaspora in Latin American Politics and Cultural Production.” The event will take place at HWS on April 11th.

Magee, Darrin. Selected for the Ron Lister Visiting Fellowship in Geography at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Ost, David. Awarded a residence fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Princeton for the 2020-21 academic year. His project is titled: “Workers, the Neo-Fascist Allure, and the Transformation of the Left.”

Robertson, Linda. Documentary, Daughters of the New Republic:  Harriet Tubman and Sarah Bradford featured on the ProQuest blog “Editors’ Picks for Faculty (Winter Edition).” January 2020. https://www.proquest.com/blog/pqblog/2020/Editors-Picks-For-Faculty-Winter-Edition.html

December 2019


Bell, Jocelyn R. 2019. “Products of Graceful Bipartite Graphs.” Aequationes Mathematicae 93, p. 1245-1260.

Bell, Jocelyn R. and Desmond F. Cummins. 2019. “Graceful Pairings.” Australasian Journal of Combinatorics 75(3), p. 343-356.

Hamilton, Melanie. 2019. “Kin Euphorics Social Tonic.” McSweeneys.net. November 21.

Ost, David. 2019. “Down With 1989! The Peculiar Right-Wing Backlash Against 1968 in Poland.” East European Politics and Societies, 33:4, November. https://journals-sagepub-com.ezproxy.hws.edu/doi/pdf/10.1177/0888325419857141

Ost, David. 2019. “‘I Didn’t Sit in Jail Eight and a Half Years to Build Capitalism’: An Obituary/ Appreciation of the Polish Socialist Karol Modzelewski,” in Jacobin Magazine, 5-19-19; https://jacobinmag.com/2019/05/karol-modzelewski-poland-solidarity-democratic-socialism

Ost, David. 2019. “The Endless Innovations of the Semi-Periphery and the Peculiar Power of Eastern Europe,” in Dijana Jelača, Danijela Lugarić, & John F. Bailyn, eds., The Future of (Post) Socialism Albany: SUNY Press.

Craig, K., Steinlechner, J., Murray, P.G., Bell, A.S., Birney, R., Haughian, K., Hough, J., MacLaren, I., Penn, S., Reid, S. and Robie, R.. 2019. “Mirror coating solution for the cryogenic Einstein telescope.” Physical Review Letters, 122(23), p.231102.

K. Prasai, J. Jiang, A. Mishkin, B. Shyam, S. Angelova, R. Birney, D. Drabold, M. Fazio, E. Gustafson, G. Harry, S. Hoback, J. Hough, C. Lévesque, I. MacLaren, A. Markosyan, I. Martin, C. Menoni, P. Mur- ray, S. Penn, S. Reid, R. Robie, S. Rowan, F. Schiettekatte, R. Shink, A. Turner, G. Vajente, H.-P. Cheng, M. Fejer, A. Mehta, and R. Bassiri. 2019. “High Precision Detection of Change in Intermediate Range Order of Amorphous Zirconia-Doped Tantala Thin Films Due to Annealing.” Physical Review Letters, 123, p.045501.



Dean, Jodi. Invited lecture. “Do Comrades Gossip?” Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, Netherlands. November 7, 2019.

Dean, Jodi. Keynote speaker. “Communism or Neofeudalism?” 16th Annual International Conference of the Architectural Humanities Association. University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland. November 22, 2019.

Halfman, John D. Invited talk. “Seneca Lake Dockside Monitoring Program.” 2019 HABs Public Forum - Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association. Geneva, NY. October 23, 2019.

Hood, Clif. Invited lecture in honor of Professor Kenneth T. Jackson. An Urban World: The Changing Landscape of Suburbs and Cities Conference. Columbia University, New York, New York. November 14-15, 2019.

Ost, David. “Competitive Authoritarianism or Electoral National Socialism: The Nature of Poland’s New Right Regime.” Congress of Council for European Studies, Madrid, Spain. June 2019.

Ost, David. “Populism as Left-Fascism: Why (and Which) Workers Turn From Left to Right.” Congress of Polish Sociological Society, Wroclaw. September 2019.

Stennett, Elana. Invited talk. “When Life Goes Foul: Techniques in the Stennett Lab to Study Biofouling of Membranes.” Origins (of life) Discussion Meeting. ELSI Institute at Tokyo Tech, Tokyo, Japan. November 1, 2019.



Deutschlander, Mark. Completed tenure as President of the Wilson Ornithological Society. October 29, 2019.

Penn, Steve. Elected Chair of the LIGO Science Collaboration Council. 2019.

Penn, Steve. Awarded a $240,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to continue the funding of his work on low noise, precision coatings for gravitational wave detectors. 2019.

Penn, Steve. Awarded a $107,000 Major Research Instrumentation grant from the NSF in collaboration with Professor Stefan Ballmer of Syracuse University for the development of an apparatus for the rapid, multimodel, measurement of the cryogenic elastic loss of coating materials. 2019.

November 2019


Rohner, R. P., Ania, F., Melendez-Rhodes, T., Kuyumcu, B., Machado, F., Roszak, J., Hussain, S., Chyung, Y-J., Senese, V. P., Daneshmandi, S., Ashdown, B. K., Giovazolias, T., Glavak-Tkalić, R., Chen, S., Uddin, M. K., Harris, S., Gregory, N., Favero, M., Zahra, S., Lee, J., Miranda, M. C., Izadikhah, Z., Brown, C. M., Giotsa, A., Vulic-Prtoric, A., Li, X., Khaleque, A., Karadeniz, G., Machado, M., Gul, S., Bacchini, D., Faherty, A. N., Zoroja, A., Aktar, R., Perrella, R., Camden, A. A., Hossain, M. A., & Roy, K. 2019. “Psychological maladjustment mediates the relation between remembrances of parental rejection in childhood and adults’ fear of intimacy: A multicultural study.” Cross-Cultural Research, 53, 508-542. doi:10.1177/1069397118822992

Chin, Christine. 2019. “Reused & Recyled.” Juried by Jean Shin. Site:Brooklyn Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. November 1-30.

Fisher, Emily and Talmage, Craig. 2019. “Perceived social capital and attitudes about liberals and conservatives: A political psychology and community development examination of politically polarized communities.” Community Development, DOI: 10.1080/15575330.2019.1677733
Price, J. Ricky. 2019. “Viral Memories: The making of Institutional History and Community Memory in the HIV/AIDS Crisis,” On Curating: What You Don’t Know About AIDS Could Fill a Museum: Curatorial Ethics in the Ongoing Epidemic in the 21st Century, Issue 42, October 14. http://www.on-curating.org/issue-42.html#.XbcbSS-ZPow​

Weitemier, K, S.C.K. Straub, M. Fishbein, C.D. Bailey, R.C. Cronn, and A. Liston. 2019. “A draft genome and transcriptome of common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) as resources for evolutionary, ecological, and molecular studies in milkweeds and Apocynaceae.” PeerJ 7: e7649.  https://peerj.com/articles/7649/

Zhou, Jinghao. 2019.  “China’s Core Interests and Dilemma in Foreign Policy Practice.” Pacific Focus, Vol. 34, No. 1: pp. 31-54.



Paiewonsky-Conde, Edgar. Invited talk. “The Inn as Locus of Synchronic Articulation in Don Quijote, Part I.” Congreso Internacional: Cervantes en el Origen conference, La Mancha, Spain. June 12-16, 2019.

Paiewonsky-Conde, Edgar. Invited talk. “Ruptures and Junctures in Don Quijote.” XXIV International Congress of Literature and Hispanic Studies, Valencia, Spain. June 27, 2019.

Perkins, Wes. Invited talk. “Social Norms Theory and Practice: Preventing Problem Drinking & Substance Abuse and Promoting Healthy Campus Environments.” Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA. September 20, 2019.

Perkins, Wes. Guest speaker and workshop educator. “‘Is Everybody Really Doing It?’ Using a Social Norms Approach to Successfully Reduce Youth Risk Behaviors.” Southwest Behavioral Health Center, St. George, Utah. September 27, 2019.

Straub, Shannon. Invited talk. “Skimming the cream of the milkweed genome for phylogenomics.” Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY. September 19, 2019.

Zhou, Jinghao. Invited talk. "The Influence of Chinese and Western Philosophical Differences on China-U.S. Relations" at the Applied Research Series/Workshop of Re-Imaging "CHINA" Looking Internally to Appreciate China Externally, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI. September 24-25, 2019.



Hood, Clifton. Named to the three-person jury that selects the winner of the Bancroft Prize in American History. October 2019.

Stennett, Elana. 2019. Received a Salute to Excellence award from the Rochester section of the American Chemical Society.

September 2019


Waylen, Peter R., Christopher M. Annear, and Erin Bunting. 2019. “Interannual Hydroclimatic Variability of the Lake Mweru Basin, Zambia.” Water 11(9):1801 (14).

Chin, Christine. 2019. Central New York Emerging Artist Project Exhibit. Cayuga Museum, Auburn, NY. September 19-October 12.

Dunn, K. C., Englebert, P., Niblock, T., Yetiv, I., Conroy, M. E., Murray, D. L., & Bruyn, S. T. 2019. Inside African Politics. Lynne Rienner Publishers, Incorporated.

Gallouet, Catherine. 2019. “Reine d’Afrique.” La vie des idées, College de France, Août 2019.

Gallouet, Catherine. 2019. “Les paradoxes des discours de dissidence dans la représentation des Africains des récits des Lumières” in Marie-Françoise Marein, Bérengère Moricheau-Airaud, Christine Copy, David Diop (dir.), Les Illusions  de l’autonymie. La parole rapportée de l’Autre dans la littérature, Paris, éditions Hermann, 2019.

Ivanchikova, Alla. 2019. Imagining Afghanistan: Global Fiction and Film of the 9/11 Wars. Purdue University Press.

Krummel, John. 2019. “Comparative Philosophy in Japan: Nakamura Hajime and Izutsu Toshihiko.” In: Bret W. Davis (ed.). The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Philosophy. NYC: Oxford University Press. 

Krummel, John. 2019. “KÅ«kai’s Shingon: Embodiment of Emptiness.” In: Bret W. Davis (ed.). The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Philosophy. NYC: Oxford University Press. 

Krummel, John. 2019. “Place and Horizon.” In: Peter D. Hershock and Roger T. Ames (eds.). Philosophies of Place: An Intercultural Conversation. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawai’i Press.

Krummel, John. 2019. “Nishitani Keiji: Nihilism, Buddhism, Anontology.” In: Gereon Kopf (ed.). The Dao Companion to Japanese Buddhist Philosophy. NYC: Springer Pub.

Krummel, John. 2019. “Kenotic Chorology as A/theology in Nishida and beyond,Sophia: International Journal of Philosophy and Traditions (peer reviewed journal), vol. 58, issue 2, pp. 255-82.

Krummel, John. 2019. “Lask, Heidegger, and Nishida: From Meaning as Object to Horizon and Place.” In: Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Heidegger Circle. Nazareth College, Rochester, NY.

Lee, S.  2019. “Asymmetric effects of demand uncertainty on intrafirm trade in durable and non-durable industries.” World Econ. 00: 1- 29. https://doi.org/10.1111/twec.12803

Lewis, R.A., Kenerson, M.J., Sorrentino, C.A., & Rowse, T.H. 2019. “Experiencing sustainability education: Insights from a living and learning programme.” Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 13(3), 24-44.

Martin-Baron, Michelle R. 2019. “Art, Activism, and Immigration: Chicana Visual Artists Before and Beyond DACA.” Chicana/Latina Studies 18(2) Spring, 60-93.

McKinney, Judith. 2019. Russian Women and the End of Soviet Socialism. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9783030162252

Metz, N. D., Z. S. Bruick*, P. K. Capute*, M. M. Neureuter*, E. W. Ott*, and M. F. Sessa.* 2019. “An Investigation of Cold-Season Short-Wave Troughs in the Great Lakes Region and Their Concurrence with Lake-Effect Clouds.” Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 58(3), 605-614.

Boutte, J., M. Fishbein, A. Liston, and S.C.K. Straub. 2019. “NGS-Indel Coder: A pipeline to code indel characters in phylogenomic data with an example of its application in milkweeds (Asclepias).” Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 139:106534. 

Talmage, C. A., Pijawka, D., & Hagen, B. 2019. “Re-Examination of Quality of Life Indicators in US - Mexico Border Cities: a Critical Review.International Journal of Community Well-Being, 2(2), 135-154.

Weiss, David. 2019. Per Diem. Tiger Bark Press.



Kadane, Matt. Invited talk. “Embracing and Rejecting the Enlightenment.” University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland.

Krummel, John. Invited talk. “Lask, Heidegger, and Nishida: From Meaning as Object to Horizon and Place” for Temple University Japan Philosophy Lecture Series vol. 10, Tokyo, Japan. June 2019.

Krummel, John. Invited talk. “Lask, Heidegger, and Nishida: From Meaning as Object to Horizon and Place” for the Sino-Japanese Philosophy Forum conference, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, P.R. China.

Straub, Shannon. Invited talk. “Phylogenomics of North American Milkweeds (Asclepias).” Oak Spring Garden Foundation. Upperville, Virginia, June 11, 2019.



Bodenlos, Jamie. 2019. Psi Chi 2018-19 Florence L. Denmark Faculty Advisor Award.

Halfman, John, Cleckner, Lisa, Downs, Grant, SWIO. Recipients of 2018 Water Quality and Stream Sampling in Yates County in Support of the 9-Element Plan grant. Summer 2019.

Halfman, John, and Cleckner, Lisa. Recipients of 2018 Seneca Lake Pure Waters Association grant. Seneca Lake Dock Monitoring and Sampling Pilot Program. Summer 2019.

Halfman, John, Dumitriu, Ileana, Spacher, Peter, and Cleckner, Lisa. 2018 Cayuga County Legislation grant. 2019 FLI Owasco Watershed Monitoring Program. Summer 2019.

Kadane, Matt. 2019. Fellowship to the Institute of Advanced Study. Princeton University. Princeton, NJ.

May, Heather. Summer 2019. Resident Artist with IndyConvergence. Indianapolis, IN.

May, Heather. 2019. Two Critics Choice awards for “Rearranging the Furniture.” PortFringe. Portland, ME.

Metz, Nick. COMET Partners Proposal: Understanding the Interaction between Short-Wave Troughs and Lake-Effect Snow Events​. May 15, 2019 - April 30, 2020.

Talmage, Craig. Recipient of the Hai Timiai Distinguished Faculty Award, 2018-19 Academic Year.

May 2019


Annear, Christopher M., and Peter R. Waylen. 2019. "Socializing the Rain: Human Adaptation to Ecological Variability in a Fishery, Mweru-Luapula, Zambia." Journal of Political Ecology 26.1: 224-242.

Arens, Nan Crystal. 2019. “Abrogated Authority: A Failed Experience With Research in an Introductory Geology Classroom.” Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy 28:2:188-194. 

Ashdown, B. K. 2019. “Involving Undergraduates in International Research: Experiences in Latin America.” Frontiers in Psychology: Educational Psychology, 10:656. doi: 10.3389/fpsych.2019.00656

Murphy, Robinson. 2019. "Castration Desire: Less Is More in Ondaatje’s Caravaggio." Forum for Modern Language Studies 55(2): 187-208.

Whitten, Sarah. 2019. “Saracens, Greeks, and Franks: Violence, Religion, and Empire in Ninth-CenturySouthern Italy,” Early Medieval Europe 27.2 (May 2019) p. 251-278.


Creadick, Anna. “Model Bodies, Normal Curves: Norm and Norma in Postwar America." Invited lecture at the Center for the History of Medicine, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. May 23, 2019.

Dahouda, Kanate. “Challenges and Issues of Francophone Studies.” Invited presentation at the 44th Annual Conference of the New York African Studies Association. York College, City University of New York, New York, NY. April 12-13, 2019.

Dahouda, Kanate. “Race, Identity, Legitimacy, and Spirituality in Francophone Studies.” Moderated panel discussion at the 44th Annual Conference of the New York African Studies Association. York College, City University of New York, New York, NY. April 12-13, 2019.

Lofthouse, Charity. “Alienation and Identification: Subjectives in Alien-Themed Title-Sequence Music.” Invited lecture, New York University, New York, NY. May 3, 2019.

Perkins, H. Wesley. “Best Practices for Effective Social Norms Interventions.” Invited guest speaker at the New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services’ College Prevention Learning Institute, University of Albany, Albany, NY. April 2, 2019.

Perkins, H. Wesley. “Social Norms Theory and Practice: Preventing Problem Drinking & Substance Abuse and Promoting Healthy Campus Environments.” Invited guest speaker at the New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services’ College Prevention Learning Institute, University of Albany, Albany, NY. April 2, 2019.

Woodworth, Chris. “In the Room(s): The Architecture of Contemporary Drama.” Invited talk at Syracuse Stage, Syracuse, NY. May 1, 2019.


Green, Amy. 2019. Selected as an NEH Summer Scholar to attend “Writing and Democracy in Western New York: Situating Tocqueville, Stanton, Cooper, and Douglass” at Cornell University.

Lofthouse, Charity. 2019. Elected president of the Music Theory Society of New York State.

Szymanek, Angelique. 2019. Recipient of a 2019-2020 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award. University of Dundee, College of Art & Design. Dundee, Scotland.

Talmage, Craig. Recipient of the William Smith Hai Timiai Distinguished Faculty Award. April 26, 2019.

April 2019


Dobkowski, Michael and Salter, Richard. 2019. “Teaching Torah and Testament: On the Pedagogy of Sacred Texts in the Liberal Arts Curriculum.” Journal of Interreligious Studies, Vol. 26, March 2019.

Gallouet, Catherine. 2019. ‘Espaces sauvage au XVIIIe siècle, de Marivaux à Labat,‘ Natura in Fabula. Topiques romanesques de l’environnement, éd. Isabelle Trivisani-Moreau et Philippe Postel, Leiden, Koninklijke Brill NV, p.167-182.

Gallouet, Catherine. 2018. ‘Quelques réflexions sur “la couleur dont ils sont”: le noir de Carise et Mesrou dans La Dispute de Marivaux’, Op. Cit., Revue des Littératures et des Arts, « Agrégation 2019 », no automne 2018.

Simmons, William and Towsner, Henry. 2019. “Proof mining and effective bounds in differential polynomial rings.” Advances in Mathematics, 343: 567-623.

Hansen, R. J., Talmage, C. A., Thaxton, S. P., & Knopf, R. C. 2019. “Barriers to Age-Friendly Universities: Lessons from Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Demographics and Perceptions.” Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 40(2), 221-243.

Woodworth, Chris. 2019. Constellations. Northgate Stadium 10 Cinema, Durham, NC. March 7-10, 14-17, and 21-24.


Halfman, J.D., 2019. “ Owasco Lake Water Quality.” Invited presentation at the Bob Brower Symposium on Owasco Lake, Auburn, NY, March 9, 2019.

March 2019


Brorby, Taylor. Boys and Oil.” High Desert Journal.

Creadick, Anna. 2018.  Review of Faulkner and Print Culture, ed. Jay Watson, Jaime Harker, James G. Thomas, Jr. (U Press of Mississippi, 2017). Journal of Southern History. LXXXIV:4 (November 2018): 1030-32. 

Creadick, Anna. 2018. Review of Selling Women's History: Packaging Feminism in Twentieth-Century American Popular Culture_ by Emily Westkaemper (Rutgers, 2017). Journal of American History, September 2018.

Khan, Feisal. 2018. “Pakistan: A Study in Corruption,” in Barney Warf, editor, Handbook on the Geographies of Corruption, Research Handbook in Geography Series, London: Edward Elgar, pp.274-299.

Murphy, Robinson O. 2018. "Black Friday, Queer Atlantic." Research in African Literatures 49(2): 182-198.

Perkins, Jessica M., H. Wesley Perkins, and David W. Craig. 2018. “Misperceived Norms and Personal Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption and Fruit and Vegetable Intake among Students in the United States.” Appetite Vol. 129 (October), pp. 82-93. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2018.06.012.

Perkins, H. Wesley and Jessica M. Perkins. 2018. “Using the Social Norms Approach to Promote Health and Reduce Risk among College Students.” Pp. 127-144 (Ch. 8) in M. D. Cimini and E. M. Rivero (eds.), Promoting Behavioral Health and Reducing Risk among College Students: A Comprehensive Approach, New York, NY: Routledge.

Razavi, N.R., S.F. Cushman, J.D. Halfman, T. Massey, R. Beutner and L.B. Cleckner. 2019. “Mercury bioaccumulation in stream food webs in the Finger Lakes in central New York State, USA.” Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 172:265-272.

Ryan, James M. 2018. Mammalogy Techniques Lab Manual. JHU Press.

Ryan, James M. 2018. Horos User Guide.

Talmage, C.A., Bell, J., & Drogomir, G. 2019. “Searching for a Theory of Dark Social Entrepreneurship.” Social Enterprise Journal, 15(1), 131-155.

Talmage, C. A., & Frederick, C. 2019. “Quality of Life, Multimodality, and the Demise of the Autocentric Metropolis: A Multivariate Analysis of 148 Mid-size U.S. Cities.” Social Indicators Research. 141(1), 365-390. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11205-017-1829-4.

Wells, Courtney J. 2018. “But Singing Makes it So: Occitan as Poetic Language in the French Crusade against the Medieval Crown of Aragon,” Special Issue Tenso: Bulletin of the Société Guilhem IX 33, Spring 2018.

Wells, Courtney J. 2018. “Cobbling Together the Lyric Text: Parody, Imitation, and Obscenity in the Old Occitan Cobla Anthologies.” Mediaevalia, 39, 143-183.

Wells, Courtney J. 2018. “Introduction: The Multilingualism of the Occitan-Catalan Cultural Space,” Special Issue Tenso: Bulletin of the Société Guilhem IX 33, Spring 2018. 
Wells, Courtney J. 2019. "In lingua est diversitas": Medieval Francophone and Occitanophone Literary Cultures in Catalonia and Italy," in Medieval Francophone Literary Culture Outside France, edited by Dirk Schoenaers and Nicola Morato. "Medieval Texts and Cultures of Medieval Europe" series. Turnhout: Brepols.


Brorby, Taylor. Invited reading at “(Dis)courses: Interdisciplinary Disability Dialogues” series, Burton Blatt Institute, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. March 7, 2019.

Brorby, Taylor. “The Open Space of Democracy: The Challenge to Writers and Artists.” Keynote Lecture at North American Review's 50th Anniversary Celebration Conference, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA. April 20, 2019.

Dean, Jodi. “Capitalism is the End of the World.” Invited address at the second annual Mark Fisher memorial lecture, Goldsmiths University, London. January 18, 2019.

Dean, Jodi. “Communism or (Neo)-feudalism.” Invited talk at the Sonic Acts festival, Amsterdam. February 23, 2019.


Biermann, Jennifer. Recipient of a grant from the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute to support her Summer Research for Women in Mathematics.

Brorby, Taylor. Recipient of a grant to teach creative nonfiction workshops in North Dakota. https://www.humanitiesnd.org/writingworkshop.html

Cushman, Susan. President of the New York Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. February 2019.

Free, Laura. Appointed as the Humanities New York Representative to the New York State Women’s Suffrage Commission, a legislative funded commission headed by the Lieutenant Governor, whose mission is to help the state commemorate the extension of the ballot to New York’s women. March 2019.

Passavant, Paul. Appointed to the Ontario County Planning Board.

Wells, Courtney. Guest Editor: Tenso: Bulletin of the Société Guilhem IX 33: Title: “The Multilingualism of the Occitan-Catalan Cultural Space.”

February 2019


Ashdown, B. K., Bodenlos, J. S., *Arroyo, K., *Patterson, M., *Parkins, E., & *Burstein, S. 2018. “How does coloring influence mood, stress, and mindfulness in college students?Journal of Integrated Social Sciences, 8(1), 1-21.

Rohner, R. P., Ania, F., Melendez-Rhodes, T., Kuyumcu, B., Machado, F., Roszak, J., Hussain, S., Chyung, Y-J., Senese, V. P., Daneshmandi, S., Ashdown, B. K., Giovazolias, T., Glavak-Tkalić, R., Chen, S., Uddin, M. K., Harris, S., Gregory, N., Favero, M., Zahra, S., Lee, J., Miranda, M. C., Izadikhah, Z., Brown, C. M., Giotsa, A., Vulic-Prtoric, A., Li, X., Khaleque, A., Karadeniz, G., Machado, M., Gul, S., Bacchini, D., *Faherty, A. N., Zoroja, A., Aktar, R., Perrella, R., *Camden, A. A., ^Hossain, M. A., & Roy, K. 2019. “Psychological maladjustment mediates the relation between remembrances of parental rejection in childhood and adults’ fear of intimacy: A multicultural study.” Cross-Cultural Research, (Online First Publication). doi:10.1177/1069397118822992

Baker, D., Ackerman, L., Pohl, P., and Kim, H. 2019. “Somali American Boys with Autism: Examining Three Educational Transitions Through Capital Theory.” Journal of International Special Needs Education.

Dahouda, Kanate. 2018. “Année Francophone Internationale, Côte d’Ivoire: Une Année d’Actualité.” L'Année Francophone Internationale 2018-2019.

Galloway, David. 2018. Esox Lucius, or Things That Swim.” The Remembered Arts Journal, Summer 2018. http://www.rememberedarts.com/esox-lucius-or-things-that-swim/

Galloway, David. 2018. The Bastard in the Tulup.” Watershed Review, Fall 2018.

Galloway, David. 2018. “On a Street in Dublin.” Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review Fall & Winter 2018.

Galloway, David. 2018. “Eyewitness.” Loch Raven Review 14:2.

Galloway, David. 2018. “The Gypsy Children in Orange.” Loch Raven Review 14:2.

Galloway, David. 2018. “Lake Straus.” The Finger.

Halfman, J.D., B. Kharrazi*, S. Johnson*, J. Francois*, K.E. Valicenti*, E. Wilber*, J. Andrews*, P. Spacher, I. Dumitriu & L.B. Cleckner, 2019.  The 2018 Water Quality Monitoring Report, Owasco Lake, NY.  Finger Lakes Institute, Hobart and William Smith Colleges.  47 pg.

Halfman, J.D., I. Dumitriu, & L.B. Cleckner, 2018.  Final Report on the Owasco Lake HAB Inhibiting Technologies Assessment.  Submitted to Owasco Watershed Lake Association.  57 pg. Final Report

Halfman, J.D., B. Kharrazi*, S. Johnson*, J. Francois*, K.E. Valicenti*, E. Wilber*, J. Andrews*, P. Spacher, I. Dumitriu, K. Amejecor*, T. Massey & L.B. Cleckner, 2019.  Blue-Green Algae in Owasco Lake: The 2018 Update. The 2018 Annual Report to the Fred L. Emerson Foundation, Finger Lakes Institute, Hobart and William Smith Colleges.  37 pg.

Manthripragada, Ashwin J. 2018. "Gendered Encounters between Germany and Asia: Transnational Perspectives since 1800 eds. by Joanne Miyang Cho and Douglas T. McGetchin (review)." German Studies Review, vol. 41 no. 3, 2018, pp. 611-613. Project MUSE, doi:10.1353/gsr.2018.0096

May, Heather. 2018. Rearranging the Furniture. A one-person play performed at an American Society for Theatre Research forum and at The University of California at Irvine.

Monson, Renee A. 2018. “Do They Have to Like It to Learn From It? Students’ Experiences, Group Dynamics, and Learning Outcomes in Group Research Projects.” Teaching Sociology. Online First: November 17, 2018.

Steven D. Penn, Maya M. Kinley-Hanlon, Ian A. O. MacMillan, Paula Heu, David Follman, Christoph Deutsch, Garrett D. Cole, and Gregory M. Harry. 2019. "Mechanical ringdown studies of large-area substrate-transferred GaAs/AlGaAs crystalline coatings," J. Opt. Soc. Am. B 36, C15-C21.

Zhou, Jinghao. 2018. Confucianism and the rise of East Asia. In Routledge Handbook of Politics in Asia (pp. 523-536). Routledge.


Blanchard, Lara.Women Envisioning Women in Contemporary China: Subjectivity, Objectification, and the Problem of Authenticity in Art.” Invited talk at the the University Center for the Humanities and Timothy Light Center for Chinese Studies’ Truth: 2018-19 lecture series, Kalamazoo Institute of Art and Western Michigan University. November 8, 2018.

Faculty Accomplishments 2018

October 2018


Annear, Christopher, & Harris, Jack. 2018. “Cooking up the Culinary Nation or Savoring its Regions? Teaching Food Studies in Vietnam.” ASIANetwork Exchange: A Journal for Asian Studies in the Liberal Arts, 25(1).

Ashdown, B.K., Faherty, A. N., Brown, C. M., Hanno, O., Belden, A., & Weeks, P. 2018. “Fathers and perceptions of God play an important role in psychological adjustment among emerging adults in Guatemala and the United States.” The Journal of Genetic Psychology, Online First. doi:10.1080/00221325.2018.1502148  

Cowles, Kathryn. 2018. “Hidden Noise. Kathryn Cowles. Wood, cloth, paper, twine, thread, furniture, building materials, body. 2017.” The Boston Review. July 27.  http://bostonreview.net/poetry/kathryn-cowles-hidden-noise

Harris, Jack. 2018. “Introduction to the Special Edition on Vietnam.” ASIANetwork Exchange: A Journal for Asian Studies in the Liberal Arts. 25(1), pp.1-6.

Smith, M., Zhang, H. and Harris, J.D. 2018. Notes from the Editors. ASIANetwork Exchange: A Journal for Asian Studies in the Liberal Arts, 25(1), pp.1-6. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/ane.283

Kinne, B. 2018. Regulating Unconventional Shale Gas Development in the United States: Diverging Priorities, Overlapping Jurisdictions, and Asymmetrical Data Access. In J. Whitton, M.Cotton, I.M. Charnley-Parry, K. Brasier, (Eds.), Governing Shale Gas: Development, Citizen Participation and Decision Making in the US, Canada, Australia and Europe, London: Routledge.

Martin-Baron, Michelle R. 2018. “Mythical enjambment in The Hungry Woman: nation, desire, and Cherríe Moraga’s utopic turn.” Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory. DOI: 10.1080/0740770X.2018.1524618

Ost, David. 2018. “The Attack on Democracy in Poland and the Response of the Left.” The Nation, July 19. https://www.thenation.com/article/attack-democracy-poland-response-left/

Ost, David. 2018. “The Sham, and the Damage, of ‘Living in Truth’: A Critique of Vaclav Havel.” East European Politics and Societies, special issue on Vaclav Havel, 32:2, 301-309, May 2018.

Ost, David. 2018. “Anti-Semitism Was Not Just a Smokescreen: The Jewish Part of Poland’s 1968.” Public Seminar, May 2018. http://www.publicseminar.org/2018/05/anti-semitism-was-not-just-a-smokescreen/

Ost, David. 2018. “Workers and the Radical Right in Poland.” International Labor and Working-Class History, 93, 113-124, Spring 2018.

Rodriguez, Jason, Naomi Glenn-Levin Rodriguez & Kendralin Freeman. 2018. “Student Evaluations of Teaching: Phrenology in the 21st Century?” Race Ethnicity and Education, DOI: 10.1080/13613324.2018.1538118

Rodriguez Mansilla, Fernando. 2018. “Figuras y reminiscencias quevedianas en las Aguafuertes de Roberto Arlt”. La Perinola. Revista de investigación quevediana 22: 271-285.

Rodriguez Mansilla, Fernando. 2018. “‘Ilustrísimo don Payo…’: Anastasio Pantaleón de Ribera en la lírica burlesca de Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz”. Romance Notes 58.2: 275-285.

Shafer, L., & Zulkarnain, I. 2018. Immediacy, hypermediacy, and the college campus: Using augmented reality for social critique. In Feminist Interventions in Participatory Media (pp. 60-69). Routledge.

Tennessen, J.A., N. Wei, S.C.K. Straub, R. Govindarajulu, A. Liston, and T.-L. Ashman. 2018. “Repeated translocation of a gene cassette drives sex chromosome turnover in strawberries”. PLoS Biology 16(8): e2006062. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.2006062

Kovar, L., M. Nageswara-Rao, S. Ortega-Rodriguez, D.V. Dugas, S.C.K. Straub, R.C. Cronn, S.R. Strickler, C.E. Hughes, K.A. Hanley, D. Rodriguez, B.W. Langhorst, E. Dimalanta, and C.D. Bailey. 2018. “PacBio-based mitochondrial genome assembly of Leucaena trichandra (Leguminosae) and an intrageneric assessment of mitochondrial RNA editing.”Genome Biology and Evolution 10(9): 2501-2517. https://doi.org/10.1093/gbe/evy179

Dahlstrom, T., & Talmage, C. A. 2018. “Entrepreneurial Skills for Sustainable Small Business: An Exploratory Study of SCORE, with Comparison.” Community Development, 49(4), 450-468. https://doi.org/10.1080/15575330.2018.1491613.

Temple, C. 2017. “Of Seal Skins and Cow Tail Switches: Storytelling and Critical Thinking.” Storytelling, Self, Society, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 195-209.

Wrenn, M. V., & Waller, W. 2018. “The pathology of care.” Å’conomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, (8-2), 157-185.


Dean, Jodi. “From Allies to Comrades.” Invited lecture, Colorado College. October 2018.

Dean, Jodi. “Communicative Capitalism and Projected Time: Whose Project? Whose Time?” Keynote Address at the 2018 Millennium Conference. London School of Economics. October 27, 2018.  

Holland, James-Henry. “Production and Replication of Memory in the Japanese Tea Ceremony.” Invited lecture at “Tea High and Low: Elixir, Exploitation & Ecology” conference. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. October 26, 2018.   

Leopardi, Liliana. “Collecting Magical Gems in the Early Modern Period.” Invited lecture at the Archeological Institute of America. October 9, 2018.

Monson, Renee. “How do you know? Probing inquiry, reporting investigations, and producing knowledge in the age of Trump." Featured Speaker at the New York State Sociological Association annual meeting. October 13, 2018.


Ashdown, Brien. Named Consulting Editor for the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.

Harris, Jack. Special Guest Editor, Vietnam: Memories and Meaning, ASIANetwork Exchange: A Journal for Asian Studies in the Liberal Arts, 25(1), Spring 2018.

Waller, William. Department of Economics Alumni Achievement Award. Western Michigan University, October 5, 2018.

Waller, William. College of Arts and Sciences Discovery Driven Pillar Award. Western Michigan University, October 5, 2018.

September 2018


Baker, D., Roberson, A., and Kim, H.  (2018). “Autism and Dual Immersion: Sorting Through the Questions.” Advances in Autism. DOI: 10.1108/AIA-05-2018-0019​

Basu, Biman. 2018. "Linguistic and Libidinal Progressions in Sam Selvon's The Lonely Londoners." Mosaic: an interdisciplinary critical journal, vol. 51 no. 2, pp. 75-90. Project MUSE, muse.jhu.edu/article/696285.

Blanchard, Lara C. W. 2018. Song Dynasty Figures of Longing and Desire: Gender and Interiority in Chinese Painting and Poetry. Women and Gender in China Studies, no. 10. Leiden and Boston: Brill.

Brubaker, Kristen M., Quincey K. Johnson, and Margot W. Kaye. 2018. "Spatial patterns of tree and shrub biomass in a deciduous forest using leaf-off and leaf-on lidar." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 48, no. 9: 1020-1033.

Cosentino, Bradley J., and Kristen M. Brubaker. 2018. "Effects of land use legacies and habitat fragmentation on salamander abundance." Landscape Ecology 33, no. 9: 1573-1584.​

Cowles, Kathryn.Hidden Noise. Kathryn Cowles. Wood, cloth, paper, twine, thread, furniture, building materials, body. 2017.” The Boston Review

Manthripragada, Ashwin. 2018. “Freedom within Limits: The Pen(cil) is Mightier.” In Joe Lockhard and Sherry Rankins-Robertson (Eds.), Prison Pedagogies: Learning and Teaching with Imprisoned Writers. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

Monson, Renee A. and Kristy L. Kenyon. 2018. “Beyond Scavenger Hunts and Guided Expeditions: Rethinking Interdisciplinary Majors and 21st Century Liberal Education.”  Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies 36(1): 66-92.

Monson, Renee A. and Kristy L. Kenyon. 2018. “Co-teaching: Risks and Rewards,” pp. 40-55 in Learning from Each Other: Refining the Practice of Teaching in Higher Education, edited by Michele Kozimor-King and Jeffrey Chin.  Berkeley: University of California Press.

Fishbein, M., S.C.K. Straub, J. Boutte, K. Hansen, R.C. Cronn, and A. Liston. 2018. “Evolution at the tips: Asclepias phylogenomics and new perspectives on leaf surfaces.” American Journal of Botany 105(3): 514-524.

Fishbein, M., T. Livshultz, S.C.K. Straub, A.O. Simões, J. Boutte, A. McDonnell, and A. Foote. 2018. “Evolution on the backbone: Apocynaceae phylogenomics and new perspectives on growth forms, flowers, and fruits.” American Journal of Botany 105(3): 495-513.

Talmage, C. A., Hansen, R. J., Knopf, R. C., & Thaxton, S. 2018. “Directions for 21st Century Lifelong Learning Institutes: Elucidating Questions from Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Studies.” Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 64(2), 109-125.

Temple, Charles, Martinez, Miriam, and Yokota, Junko. 2018. Children's Books in Children's Hands: A Brief Introduction to Their Literature (6th Edition). New York: Pearson. 

White, Melissa Autumn, Carly Thomsen, Stina Soderling. 2018. “Critical Mass, Precarious Value? Reflections on the Gender, Women’s and Feminist Studies PhD in Austere Times.” Feminist Studies 44.2, 229-252.

Yadav, Vikash. 2018. “A market-based solution to a sanitation issue in a Marginalised Area,” Development in Practice 28:6, 824-830.

Yadav, Vikash & Jason A. Kirk. 2018. “State homophobia? India’s shifting UN positions on LGBTQ issues,” Globalizations, 15:5, 670-684.


Temple, Charlie. Invited Workshop for USAID’s Reading With Me project, Dushanabe, Tajikistan. May 2018.

Temple, Charlie. Invited Workshop for Reading-Sierra Leone 2020 project, Port Loko, Sierra Leone. August 2018.

White, Melissa Autumn. Naming (In)Justice: Rights and Resistance Across Queer Migrations and Trafficking Symposium. Ohio State University. October 18-19, 2018.

White, Melissa Autumn. “Thought as a State Apparatus/Methodologies in Crisis.” Feminist Researchers Against Borders Summer School Taster, Athens, Greece. July 22, 2018.


Crow, Matt. NEH Summer Institute, “American Maritime Commons.” The Frank C. Munson Institute for American Maritime History at Mystic Seaport, CT. July 2018.

Temple, Charlie. Constance McCullough International Research Award, International Literacy Association. May 2018.

May 2018


Ashdown, B. K. & Buck, M. 2018. “International aid as modern imperialism: What does cross-cultural psychology really have to offer?” Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 49, 545-553. doi:10/1177/0022022118768428

Branch, S.E., & Dorrence Hall, E. 2018.Advice in intimate relationships.” In E.L. MacGeorge & L. M. Van Swol (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Advice. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Article reviewed by Catherine Gallouet. Christiane Chaulet Achour, dir. “Esclavages et littérature. Représentations francophones.” Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2016. 267 pp. (pb). ISBN 978-2-8124-3800-4. H-France Review Vol. 18 (April 2018), No. 80. http://www.h-france.net/vol18reviews/vol18no80gallouet.pdf

Paiewonsky-Conde, Edgar. 2017. Indómita y Brava: Poesía Dominicana 1960-2010, Manuel García Cartagena, ed., Ediciones Amagord, Madrid, pp. 155-174.


Branch, S.E., Milmoe, M.H., Dorrance Hall, E., and MacGeorge, E.L. 2018. “Attachment styles and advice outcomes: The mediating effects of message politeness.” The 98th Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.? April.

Dean, Jodi. “Theory of the Comrade.” Invited lecture at the Humanities Center at Carnegie Mellon University. April 5, 2018.

Dean, Jodi. “Faces as Commons.” Keynote address at the University of Maryland Film Studies Symposium “Constellations of the Political: Media and Representation in a Neoliberal Age.” April 20, 2018.

Dean, Jodi. “From Allies to Comrades.” Keynote address at “The ReBirth of Marxism: haunting the future” conference, National University of Ireland, Maynooth. May 5, 2018.

Dickinson, Hannah. “WEC Principles and Portability.” Invited speaker at the WEC Institute, University of Minnesota. April 18-19, 2018.

Hess, Susan. Invited leader of a roundtable on WEC and On-Campus Alliances.  WEC Institute, University of Minnesota. April 18-19, 2018.

Newby, Josh. “WEC in Science and Engineering.” Invited speaker at the WEC Institute, University of Minnesota. April 18-19, 2018.

April 2018


Anwar, Etin. 2018. “Ali Mazrui’s Triple Heritage and the Advancement of Gender.” In Adem, S. and Njogu, K. (eds) Black Orwell: Essays on the Scholarship of Ali A. Mazrui. African World Press, Trenton, New Jersey: 97-108. (A Reprint)

Teresa Ciabattari, Kathleen S. Lowney, Renee A. Monson, Mary S. Senter, and Jeffrey Chin. 2018.  “Linking Sociology Majors to Labor Market Success.”  Teaching Sociology, 0092055X18760691.

Livshultz, Tanya, Elizabeth Kaltenegger, Shannon C.K. Straub, Kevin Weitemier, Elliot Hirsch, Khrystyna Koval, Lumi Mema, and Aaron Liston. 2018. “Evolution of pyrrolizidine alkaloid biosynthesis in Apocynaceae: revisiting the defence de-escalation hypothesis.” New Phytologist 218(2):762-773.

Talmage, C. A., Figueroa, H. L., & Wolfersteig, W. L. (2018). “Cultivating a Culture of Health in the Southwest: Linking Access and Social Determinants to Quality of Life amongst Diverse Communities.” Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 40(4), 397-432.


Halfman, John. 2018. Central New York Harmful Algal Bloom Summit.  Regional Expert and Invited Participant.  SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, March 5-6.

Halfman, John. 2018. Western New York Harmful Algal Bloom Summit.  Invited Participant.  SUNY Monroe Community College, March 26.

Miller, Justin. 2018. “Communicating Chemistry: Creole Cooking (C4).” Organized and ran a national food chemistry competition at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. New Orleans, March 19-20.


Bodenlos, Jamie. 2018. Elected to Fellowship in the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

March 2018


Dean, Jodi. 2017. "Special Section: 100 Years Later: The Russian Revolution Then and Now Guest Edited by Andrew Arato and Jodi Dean." Constellations, 24(4).

Ivanchikova, Alla. 2018. "Geomediations in the Anthropocene: Fictions of the Geologic Turn." C21 Literature: Journal of 21st Century Writing. 6.1: 1-24. 

Kosta, Ervin, B. 2018. “Becoming Italian, becoming American: ethnic affinity as a strategy of boundary making”, Ethnic and Racial Studies, DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2018.1432871


Bae, Joonbum. “North Korea, Its Neighbors and the United States.” Invited lecture at the Center for Policy Studies, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. February 12, 2018.
Cushman, Susan. 2018. “Kingfishers, Big Browns, and Estrogen: Fish Tales from the Finger Lakes.” Invited talk, Wood Library, Canandaigua, NY.
Dean, Jodi. 2017. Invited Master Class, Film and Media Studies Program, Victoria University. December.  

Dean, Jodi. 2018. Invited presentation at the launch event for the 2018 issue of the Socialist Register.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. Keynote speaker, Cultural Studies Association of Australasia, Wellington, NZ. December.

Dean, Jodi. 2018. Phyllis Clarke Memorial Lecture, Ryerson University, Toronto. February.

Gallouet, Catherine. 2018. “Girafes in 18th C. Scientific Discourse.” Co-organizer and presenter at Africa in European Scientific Discourse conference, University Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal.

Halfman, John. Owasco Lake Water Quality, 2017 Update. Owasco Lake Watershed Municipal Council, January 16, 2018.

Perkins, H. Wesley. “Confronting the 'Reign of Error': The Social Norms Approach to Preventing Problem Drinking and Promoting Health among Students.” Invited talk at the University of Pittsburgh, Bradford Campus. January 18, 2018.

Perkins, H. Wesley. “Is Everybody Really Doing it?  Using a Social Norms Approach to Successfully Reduce Problem Drinking among Students.” Invited talk at the University of Pittsburgh. January 18, 2018.

Waller, William. “Lost “Lament” and “Testament” Ignored: The methdological critique of economics of Barbara Wootton.” Invited lecture at Girton College, Cambridge University. January 30, 2018.

Zhou, Jinghao. 2017. “Are the Conflicts between the U.S. and China Manageable?Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations: An International Journal, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 1075-1108.


Ashdown, Brien. 2018. President-Elect, Society for Cross-Cultural Research. 

Cushman, Susan. 2018. President-Elect, New York Chapter of the American Fisheries Society.

Kinne, Beth. 2018. Elected Secretary of the Board of Directors of the National Youth Science Foundation.

Robertson, Linda. 2017. Visiting Scholar, Merton College, University of Oxford.

February 2018


Bae, Joonbum. 2017. "Sino-American Cooperation and the North Korean Nuclear Crisis: A Reassessment," Scowcroft Papers No. 11.

Bae, Joonbum and Andrew Natsios. 2018. "Preventing a Post-Collapse in North Korea - How to Avoid Famine and Mass Migration," Foreign Affairs, January.

Masoud Asgharian Rostami, R. Mark Leckie, Eric Font, Fabrizio Frontalini, David Finkelstein, Christian Koeberl. 2018. “The Cretaceous-Paleogene transition at Galanderud (northern Alborz, Iran): A multidisciplinary approach.” Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2018.01.001.

Halfman, J.D., S. Bradt*, D. Doeblin*, K. Homet*, P. Spacher, I. Dumitriu, J. Andrews*, M. Gad*, T. Massey, D. Ryan*, N. Nguyen* & L. Cleckner. 2017.  Blue-Green Algae in Owasco Lake, The 2017 Update. The 2017 Annual Report to the Fred L. Emerson Foundation.  Finger Lakes Institute, Hobart and William Smith Colleges.  27 pg.

Halfman, J.D., S. Bradt*, D. Doeblin*, K. Homet*, J. Andrews*, M. Gad*, P. Spacher & I. Dumitriu. 2017. The 2017 Water Quality Report for Owasco Lake, NY.  Finger Lakes Institute, Hobart and William Smith Colleges.  46 pg.

Hayes-Conroy, J. & Hayes-Conroy, A. 2018. Critical Nutrition: Critical and Feminist Perspectives on Bodily Nourishment. In Joassart-Marcelli, P. & Bosco, F. J. (Eds.), Food and Place: A Critical Exploration (pp. 236-252). Lanham, Maryland: Roman and Littlefield Publishers. 

Ost, David. 2017. “The Surprising Right-Wing Relevance of the Russian Revolution.” Constellations, 24(4), 516-527.

Zhou, J. 2017. “Ripple Effects of China’s New Normal and Political Solution”. American Review of China Studies, Vol 18, No. 2, Fall.


Finkelstein, David. “Seiches or springs? Possible drivers of chemical change in Seneca Lake, NY.”
Given at Colby College, September 21, 2017.

Halfman, J.D. Owasco Lake Water Quality, 2017 Update. Invited presentation, Owasco Lake Watershed Municipal Council, January 16, 2018.

Ost, David. “Does Capitalism Need Liberalism?” Invited panelist at the “Tischner Debates,” Warsaw Univeristy, December 2017.

Penn, Steve. 2017. Invited speaker at the Symposium on Gravitational Waves, New York State American Physical Society and American Astronomical Society, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY.  http://nyssaps.org/agenda.html

Perkins, H. Wesley. “Confronting the ‘Reign of Error’ Among Youth:  The Social Norms Approach to Reducing Problem Behaviour and Promoting Health.” Invited lecture at the Coram Learning & Development Academy, Coram Campus, London. December 7, 2017.


Hood, Clifton. 2018. Hagley Exploratory Grant, Hagley Library and Museum, Wilmington, DE.

Monson, Renee. 2018. Associate Editor of Teaching Sociology.

Waller, William. 2018. Editor of the Journal of Economic Issues.

Faculty Accomplishments 2017

outdoor class


Dean, Jodi. 2017. Four Theses on the Comrade." e-flux 86.

Dean, Jodi. 2017. "The Subject of the Revolution." Crisis and Critique 4(2).

Farnsworth, May Summer and Camilla Stevens (eds.). 2016. Escrito por mujeres I (1911-1942). Laurence, KS: LATR Books.

Halfman, J.D., 2017. “Decade-scale water quality variability in the eastern Finger Lakes, New York.”  Clear Waters. Fall 2017, pg. 20-32. http://nywea.org/clearwaters/uploads/Decade-ScaleWater7.pdf

Suveg, C., Kingery, J.N., Davis, M., Jones, A. Whitehead, M., & Jacob, M. 2017. “Still lonely: Social adjustment of youth with and without social phobia following cognitive behavioral therapy.” Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 52, 72-78.

Mowery, P.; *Banales Mejia, F.; *Franceschi, C.L.; *Kean, M.H.; *Kwansare, D.O.; *Lafferty, M.M.; *Neerukonda, N.D.; *Rolph, C.E.; *Truax, N.J.; Pelkey, E.T. 2017. "Synthesis and Evaluation of the Anti-Proliferative Activity of Diaryl-3-pyrrolin-2-ones and Fused Analogs."  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters, 27(2), 191-195.

*Banales Mejia, F.; *Lafferty, M.M.; *Melvin, S.J.; *Truax, N.J.; *Kean, M.H.; Pelkey, E.T. 2017. "Lewis Acid Mediated Addition of Indoles and Alcohols to Tetronic Acid and Tetramic Acids."  Synlett,28(02), 260-264.

A. Spector-Zabusky and D. Spector. 2017. "Schrödinger’s Zebra: Applying Mutual Information Maximization to Graphical Halftoning." MaxEnt: Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Methods.

Waller, William. 2017. “Reflections on Class, Gender, and the American Family Farm in the 20th Century from an Original Institutionalist Perspective.” Rethinking Marxism, 1-9.

Wells, C. J. 2017. Bibliographical Guide to the Study of the Troubadours and Old Occitan Literature by Robert A. Taylor. Tenso, 32(1), 47-52.

Wells, Courtney Joseph. 2017. ““Bibliography of Occitan Literature for 2015: Middle Ages to 1500.” Tenso: Bulletin of the Société Guilhem IX 32.

Williams, Cynthia. 2017. “Overruled.” Performed at the MAD (Movement and Dance) Festival, Curated Artists’ Concert, Nazareth College, Rochester, NY

Anwar, Etin. 2017. “Paradox of gender in Mazrui's triple heritage,” in Growing up in a Shrinking World: How Politics, Culture and the Nuclear Age Defined the Biography of Ali A.Mazrui. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press.

Baker, D. 2017. “The language question: Considering three Somali-American students with autism.” Multiple Voices for Ethnically Diverse Exceptional Learners 17 (1), 20-38.

Creadick, Anna. 2017. “Banjo Boy: Masculinity, Disability, and Difference in Deliverance”. Southern Cultures 23(1), 63-78.

Creadick, Anna. 2017. “Disability’s Other: The Production of ‘Normal Men’ in Midcentury America.” In Brian, K., Trent, J. (eds) Phallacies: Historical Intersections of Disability and Masculinity. Oxford University Press.

Creadick, Anna. 2017. “Reading Faulkner’s Readers: Reputation and the Postwar Reading Revolution.” In Watson, J., Thomas, J.G. (eds) Faulkner and History. University Press of Mississippi.

Davenport, Donna. 2017. “Dance Is Academic.” Journal of Dance Education, 17(1), 34-36.

Davenport, Donna. 2017. “Relax: cobra-crow-lizard-warrior” (solo).  Performed at the Multi-use Cultural Community Center (MuCCC), Rochester, NY; HWS Faculty Dance Concert, & Somatics Performance Festival, Geneva, NY.

Davenport, Donna. 2017. “Dansi” (duet) with Josh Kolapo. Performed at the Smith Opera House, Geneva, NY.

Davenport, Donna. 2017. “STOP MOTION\Start Action” (trio) with Rose Pasquarello Beauchamp and Michelle Ikle. Performed at the Rochester Fringe Festival, Artists Coalition for Change Together (ACCT), curated concert at MuCCC Theatre.

Bøås M., & Dunn, K. C. (Eds.). 2017. Africa's Insurgents: Navigating an Evolving Landscape. Lynne Rienner Publishers, Incorporated.

Frost-Arnold G. 2017. “The Rise of ‘Analytic Philosophy’: When and How Did People Begin Calling Themselves ‘Analytic Philosophers’?” In: Lapointe S., Pincock C. (eds) Innovations in the History of Analytical Philosophy. Palgrave Innovations in Philosophy. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Soranno, Patricia A., et al (79 co-authors including J.D. Halfman). 2017. “LAGOS-NE: A multi-scaled geospatial and temporal database of lake ecological context and water quality for thousands of U.S. lakes.” GigaScience.  GIGA-D-17-00112R2. 

Lee, Steven. 2017. “Minimizing the Dangers of Nuclear Weapons,” in Bruce Cook (ed.), Examining Global Peacemaking in the Digital Age (Hershey, PA: IGI Global).

Lee, Steven. 2017. “The Moral Problems of Asymmetric War,” in Larry May (ed.), Cambridge Handbook of Just War Theory (Cambridge University Press).

Lee, Steven. 2017. “The Nature and Value of Privacy,” in Ann Cudd and Mark Navin (eds.), Privacy: Core Concepts and Contemporary Issues (Dordrecht: Springer).

Lofthouse, Charity. 2016. "Dialogues and Dialects: Rotation and Sonata Form in Shostakovich’s Symphonies.” Theory and Practice Volume 41.

Crossett, C. C., & Metz, N. D. 2017. “A Climatological Study of Extreme Cold Surges along the African Highlands.” Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 56(6), 1731-1738.

Laird, N. F., Metz, N. D., Gaudet, L., Grasmick, C., Higgins, L., Loeser, C., & Zelinsky, D. A. (2017). “Climatology of cold season lake-effect cloud bands for the North American Great Lakes”. International Journal of Climatology, 37(4), 2111-2121.

Cordeira, J. M., Metz, N. D., Howarth, M. E., & Galarneau Jr, T. J. 2017. “Multiscale Upstream and In Situ Precursors to the Elevated Mixed Layer and High-Impact Weather over the Midwest United States.” Weather and Forecasting, 32(3), 905-923.

Kristovich, D. A., Clark, R. D., Frame, J., Geerts, B., Knupp, K. R., Kosiba, K. A., Laird, N.F., Metz, N.D., Minder, J., Sikora, T.D., Steenburgh, W. J., Steiger, M., Wurman, J. & Young, G.S. 2017. “The Ontario winter lake-effect systems field campaign: scientific and educational adventures to further our knowledge and prediction of lake-effect storms.” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 98(2), 315-332.

Hao, L., Johnson, K., Cursino, L., Mowery, P., & Burr, T. J. 2017. “Characterization of the Xylella fastidiosa PD1311 gene mutant and its suppression of Pierce's disease on grapevines.” Molecular plant pathology, 18(5), 684-694.

Mowery, P., *Banales Mejia, F., *Franceschi, C.L., *Kean, M.H., *Kwansare, D.O., *Lafferty, M.M., *Neerukonda, N.D., *Rolph, C.E., *Truax, N.J., Pelkey, E.T. 2017. “Synthesis and evaluation of the anti-proliferative activity of diaryl-3-pyrrolin-2-ones and fused analogs.” Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 27: 191-195.

Hao, L., Athinuwat, D., Johnson, K., Cursino, L., Burr, T.J., Mowery, P. 2017. “Xylella fastidiosa pil-chp operon is involved in regulating key structural genes of both type I and IV pili.” Vitis. 56: 55-62.

Mukherji, S. Ani. 2017. “Reds Among the Sewer Socialists and McCarthyites: The Communist Party in Milwaukee.” American Communist History, 1-31.

Perkins J. M., V. Nyakato, B. Kakuhikire, P. Mbabazi, H.W. Perkins, A.C Tsai, S.V. Subramanian, N.A. Christakis, and D.R. Bangsberg.  2017.  “Actual vs. Perceived HIV Testing Norms, and Personal HIV Testing Uptake: A Cross-Sectional, Population-Based Study in Rural Uganda. AIDS and Behavior, 1-13.

Perkins, J. M., Perkins, H. W., & Craig, D. W. 2017. “Misperceiving A Code of Silence: Peer Support for Telling Authorities About Weapons at School Among Middle School and High School Students in the United States.” Youth & Society, 0044118X17714808.

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. 2017. “Yemen.” in Rethinking Political Islam, edited by Shadi Hamid and Will McCants. Oxford University Press, 88-100.

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. 2017. “Sectarianization, Islamist Republicanism, and International Misrecognition in Yemen.” In Sectarianization: Mapping the New Politics of the Middle East, edited by Nader Hashemi and Danny Postel. Oxford University Press, 185-198.

Ramey, E. 2017. “Agrarian Questions.” In D. Brennan, D. Kristjanson-Gural, C. Mulder and E. Olsen. Handbook of Marxian Economics. Routledge.

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

Waller, William. 2017. “A Reconsideration of William Dugger’s Analysis of Power.” Forum for Social Economics (pp. 1-17). Routledge.

Wrenn, M. V., & Waller, W. 2017. “Care and the neoliberal individual.” Journal of Economic Issues, 51(2), 495-502.

Waller, William. 2017. “Reconsidering Thorstein Veblen’s Use of Instincts.” The Anthem Companion to Thorstein Veblen, edited by Sidney Plotkin, Anthem Press.

Weiss, David. 2017. Perfect Crime. Nine Mile Press.

Whittier, Cadence. 2017. Creative Ballet Teaching: Technique and Artistry for the 21st Century Ballet Dancer. Routledge.

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.

students in lab

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.

students working

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.



Baer, Eugen. 2017. “The reference of the pronoun ‘I’ in the Kabbala.” Invited talk at the Friedrich Weinreb Foundation, Reichenau, Germany. 

Dobkowski, Michael. 2017. “Facing Death: Confronting Mortality in the Holocaust and Ourselves.” Invited talk the 2017 Rochester JCC Jewish Book Fair, Rochester, NY.

Freeman, Kendra. 2017. “Your Focus on Race is Narrow and Exclusive: The Derailment of Anti-Racist Work through Discourses of Intersectionality and Diversity.” Invited talk at Mississippi State University.

Pliner, Susan. 2017. “Accessible Design for the Good of All.” Invited talk at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. 

Pliner, Susan. 2017. “Engaging in Dialogues Around Race, Gender, Sexuality, Religion, and Privilege on Campus.” Invited talk at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.

Stennett, Elana. 2017. “"Designing Peptides to Investigate Interactions that Facilitate Biofouling in Desalination."  Invited talk at the Science Symposium, Wells College, Aurora, NY.

Waller, William. 2017. “Public Policy in an Unreasonable Society.” Invited lecture at the Joan Robinson Society, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK.

White, Melissa. 2017. "LGBT Politics and the "Refugee Crisis." Invited lecture, Finger Lakes Community College, Canandaigua, NY.

White, Melissa. 2017. "'Welcome Refugees': Feminist Speculations from Canada to Germany." Invited plenary speaker, Feminist Researchers Against Borders, University of Konstanz, Germany.

Creadick, Anna. 2017. “Gendered Terrain: Middlebrow Authorship at Midcentury.” Spring Visiting Scholar Lecture, Literature and Language Program, Virginia Tech University.

Cushman, Susan. 2017. “Finger Lakes Fish: Sustainability through Biodiversity.” Invited talk at the University of Rochester.

de Denus, Christine. 2017. “First Generation College and Low Income Student Initiatives.” Invited panel session at the Annual Meeting of the Consortium on High Achievement and Success, Brown University.

May, Heather. 2017. “Adaptive Directing.” Invited panelist for Directors Lab West, Los Angeles, CA.

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. 2017. “Horizons of Conflict and Reconstruction in Yemen.” Watson Institute for International Affairs, Brown University.

Philbrick Yadav, Stacey. 2017. “The Perils of Privatizing Reconstruction in Yemen.” Department of Political Science, Northwestern University.

Portillo, Juan Manuel. 2017. Invited poetry reading at Estación Coyoacán, Mexico City.

Portillo, Juan Manuel. 2017. “Sol Verbal.” Invited poetry reading at Escandalar, Mexico City.

Robertson, Linda. 2017. “Teaching Us Not to Care:  Post-Heroic Warfare, Armed Drones, and Moral Inanition.” Invited paper at the War Frenzy:  Exploring the Violence of Propaganda symposium, Princeton University.

Spector, Don. 2017. “Unexpected Supersymmetry.” Invited lecture at Tying Particles and Strings to the Cosmos, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Waller, William. 2017. “Neoliberalism’s Ascendency and the Impossibility of Reasonable Policy Making in the US.” Invited lecture, University of Edinburgh.  

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. 



Waller, William. 2017. Helen Cam Visiting Fellow at Girton College, Cambridge University.

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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