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Jesus Aguilar

Associate Professor
Department of Philosophy
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Editor (book or journal)

Aguilar, Jesus and Andrei Buckareff, eds. Causing Human Actions: New Perspectives on the Causal Theory of Action. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2010. Print.

Published Article

Aguilar, Jesus. “Agential Systems, Causal Deviance, and Reliability.” Causing Human Actions: New Perspectives on the Causal Theory of Action, 2010. Print. *

Aguilar, Jesus. “Literature and Latin American Philosophy.” The Blackwell Companion to Latin American Philosophy, 2010: 383-396. Print. “

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Cecilia Ovesdotter Alm

Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Alm, Cecilia Ovesdotter. “Characteristics of High Agreement Affect Annotation in Text.” Proceedings of the Fourth Linguistic Annotation Workshop, 15-16 July 2010. 118-122. Print. «

Formal Presentation

Heimisdattir, Linda Osp, Cecilia Ovesdotter Alm, Kateri Krantz-Odendahl, and I. Alden Coots. “A Resource for Learning Swedish Oral Skills.” INTERSPEECH 2010 Satellite Workshop on Second Language Studies: Acquisition, Learning, Education and Technology. Makuhari, Japan. 26-30 Sep. 2010. Presentation.

Alm, Cecilia Ovesdotter. “Introduction: Virtual Education.” ASTRA/Sweden Seminar, Association for Swedish Teachers and Researchers in America Conference, Washington, DC. 15 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

Alm, Cecilia Ovesdotter. “Introducing an Open Source Swedish Teaching Package: Combining Discovery-based and Thematic Learning to Address Needs and Motivations of Swedish Students.” 100th Meeting of the Society for the Advancement in Scandinavian Studies. Seattle, WA. 24 Apr. 2010. Presentation.

Alm, Cecilia Ovesdotter. “Gods as Kids in The Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok.” New Directions in Medieval Scandinavian Studies. 30th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies. Lincoln Center, New York. 27-28 Mar. 2010. Presentation.

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Susan Barnes
Associate Director, Lab for Social Computing

Professor
Dean's Office
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Editor (book or journal)

Josephson, Sheree, Susan B. Barnes, and Mark Lipton, eds. Visualizing the Web. New York: Peter Lang, 2010. Print.

Published Article

Barnes, Susan B., Christopher Egert, and Nicholas Cheong. “Do Social Networks Promote Social Relationships?” Edulearn10 Proceedings, 5-7 July, 2010. n.p. Print.

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click to expandclick to closeAmitrajeet Batabyal

Amitrajeet Batabyal
Arthur J. Gosnell Professor of Economics

Professor
Department of Economics
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Batabyal, A.A., and P. Nijkamp. “A Probabilistic Analysis of Two University Parking Issues.” Annals of Regional Science, (2010): 111-120. Print. «

Batabyal, A.A., and H. Beladi. “A Theoretical Analysis of Income Tax Evasion, Optimal Auditing, and Credibility in Developing Countries.” Journal of Theoretical Politics, (2010): 123-130. Print. «

Batabyal, A.A., and H. Beladi. “A Stochastic Model of the Provision of Guided Tours to Tourists.” Economics Bulletin, (2010): 577-586. Print. «

Batabyal, A.A., and S.J. Yoo. “A Probabilistic Analysis of Guided Tours for Tourists During the Slack Season.” Tourism Management, (2010): 482-485. Print. «

Batabyal, A.A., and P. Nijkamp. “Richard Florida’s Creative Capital in a Trading Regional Economy: A Theoretical Investigation.” Annals of Regional Science, (2010): 241-250. Print. «

Batabyal, A.A., and G. Herath. “A Dynamic and Stochastic Analysis of Ship Inspections and Alien Species Management.” Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, (2010): 33-39. Print. «

Batabyal, A.A., and H. Beladi. “A Model of Microfinance with Adverse Selection, Loan Default, and Self-Financing.” Agricultural Finance Review, (2010): 55-65. Print. «

Batabyal, A.A., and H. Beladi. “A Model of Entrepreneurial Activity With Two Actions Over Time and Under Uncertainty.” Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 3 (2010): 45-54. Print. «

Batabyal, A.A., and P. Nijkamp. “Asymmetric Information, Entrepreneurial Activity, and the Scope of Fiscal Policy in an Open Regional Economy.” International Regional Science Review, 33 (2010): 421-436. Print. «

Batabyal, A.A. “A Note on Guided Tours for Two Classes of Tourists During the Slack Season.” Studies in Regional Science, 40 (2010): 475-480. Print. «

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click to expandclick to closeSilvia Benso

Silvia Benso

Professor
Department of Philosophy
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Review

Benso, Silvia. Rev. of Plato and Levinas: The Ambiguous Out-side of Ethics, by Tanja Straehler. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, October 2010. Web.

Editor (book or journal)

Benso, Silvia and Brian Schroeder, eds. Between Nihilism and Politics: The Hermeneutics of Gianni Vattimo. Albany: SUNY Press, 2010. Print.

Published Article

Benso, Silvia and Brian Schroeder. “Italian Philosophy Between 1980-1995.” The History of Continental Philosophy. Vol. 7: Post-Poststructuralism. Ed. Alan Schrift and Rosi Braidotti. Chesham, UK: Acumen Publishing, 2010. 83-110. Print.

Benso, Silvia. “Emancipation and the Future of the Utopian: On Vattimo’s Philosophy of History.” Between Nihilism and Politics: The Hermeneutics of Gianni Vattimo. Ed. Silvio Benso and Brian Schroeder. Albany: SUNY Press, 2010. 203-219. Print.

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click to expandclick to closeMary Lynn Broe

Mary Lynn Broe
Caroline Werner Gannett Professor of Humanities

Professor
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Formal Presentation

Broe, Mary Lynn. “Taking Risks, Creating Wildness: Creating the Caroline Werner Gannett Project’s ‘Visionaries in Motion’.” Plenary Session. Associated Departments of Foreign Languages of the Modern Language Association, ADFL Seminar East. Rochester, NY. 5 June 2010. Presentation.

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A.J. Caschetta

Lecturer
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Caschetta, A.J. “Defending Edward Said?” Middle East Quarterly, 17.1 (Winter 2010): 78-80. Print. *

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Conerly Casey

Associate Professor
Department of Sociology & Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Casey, Conerly. “Remembering Genocide: Hypocrisy and the Violence of Local/Global Justice in Northern Nigeria.” Transitional Justice: Global Mechanisms and Local Realities after Genocide and Mass Violence, 2010. 171-199. Print. *

Casey, Conerly. “Hypocrisy, Spatial (In)justice and Youthful Policing in Northern Nigeria.” Justice et Injustices Spatiales, 2010. 201-218. Print. ≠ *

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Grant Cos

Associate Professor
Department of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Jenkins, Keith B., and Grant Cos. “A Time for Change and a Candidate’s Voice: Pragmatism and the Rhetoric of Inclusion in Barack Obama’s 2008 Presidential Campaign.” American Behavioral Scientist, 54.3 (2010): 184-202. Print.

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Nicholas Difonzo

Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Stupak, Noah, Nicholas DiFonzo, Andrew J. Younge, and Christopher Homan. “SOCIALSENSE: Graphical User Interface Design Considerations for Social Network Experiment Software.” Computers in Human Behavior, 26.3 (2010): 365-370. Print. † ≠ *

DiFonzo, Nicholas. “Ferretting Facts or Fashioning Fallacies? Factors in Rumor Accuracy.” Social and Personality Compass, 4.11 (2010): 1124-1137. Print. ≠ *

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Paul Ferber

Professor
Department of Political Science
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Foltz, Franz, Rudy Pugliese, and Paul Ferber. “Recovery.gov: Small Steps toward Transparency , Interactivity, and Trust.” E-Government Website Development: Future Trends and Strategic Models, 2010. 174-189. Print. *

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Diane Forbes

Associate Professor
Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Formal Presentation

Forbes, Diane J. “Manuel Maples Arce: Su trayectoria de vanguardista a existencialista.” Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), Guadalajara, Mexico. 10 July 2010. Presentation.

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click to expandclick to closeElizabeth Goins

Elizabeth Goins
Director of Student Research, Museum Studies Program

Assistant Professor
Department of Fine Arts
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Goins, Elizabeth. “Art History in the 21st Century: The Integration of Museum Collections and Social Networking Games.” Edulearn10 Proceedings, 5-7 July 2010. n.p. Print *

Formal Presentation

Goins, Elizabeth. “Museum Games and the Third Space.” Meaningful Play 2010 Conference Proceedings. Lansing, MI. 20-23 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

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Keith B. Jenkins

Associate Professor
Department of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Jenkins, Keith B., and Grant Cos. “A Time for Change and a Candidate’s Voice: Pragmatism and the Rhetoric of Inclusion in Barack Obama’s 2008 Presidential Campaign.” American Behavioral Scientist, 54.3 (2010): 184-202. Print.

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click to expandclick to closeChristine Keiner

Christine Keiner

Associate Professor
Department of Science Technology and Society/ Public Policy
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Review

Keiner, Christine. Rev. of The Fishermen’s Frontier: People and Salmon in Southeast Alaska. David F. Arnold. Agricultural History, 84.4 (2010): 546-548. Print.

Published Book

Keiner, Christine. The Oyster Question: Scientists, Watermen, and the Maryland Chesapeake Bay since 1880. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2010. Print.

Formal Presentation

Keiner, Christine. “Reconnecting Marylanders with their Oyster Heritage: A Century of Political Resistance to Privatizing the Oyster Beds of the Maryland Chesapeake Bay.” Ninth Maritime Heritage Conference. Baltimore, MD. 15-19 Sept. 2010. Presentation.

Keiner, Christine. “Building a Better Oyster: The Rise of the Pacific Northwest Marine Biotechnology Industrial-Academic Complex.” Society for the History of Technology (SHOT). Tacoma, WA. 30 Oct. - 3 Sept. 2010. Presentation.

Keiner, Christine. “The Sea-Level Panama Canal Debate as a Cold War Forum for Emerging Environmental Concerns.” Tri-University History Conference on Cold War Encounters. Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. 16 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

Keiner, Christine. “The Sea-Level Panama Canal Debate and the Uneasy Integration of Ecological and Engineering Concerns in the Early Modern Environmental Era.” North American Society for Oceanic History. Mystic, CN. 12-16 May 2010. Presentation.

Keiner, Christine. “The Sea-Level Panama Canal Debate as a Cold War Forum for Emerging Environmental Concerns.” Association of American Geographers. Washington, DC. 14-18 Apr. 2010. Presentation.

Keiner, Christine. “Scientists, Watermen, and Conflict in the Maryland Chesapeake Oyster Fishery, 1880-2010.” University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Horn Point Laboratory Faculty Seminar. Cambridge, MD. 20 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

Keiner, Christine. Inaugural Presentation. Farming for the Future Seminar Series, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. Baltimore, MD. 20 Sept. 2010. Presentation.

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click to expandclick to closeJohn Klofas

John Klofas

Professor
Department of Criminal Justice
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Editor (book or journal)

Klofas, John, Natalie Kroovand-Hipple, and Edmund McGarrell, eds. The New Criminal Justice. New York: Routledge, 2010. Print.

Stojkovic, Stan, John Klofas and David Kalinich, eds. The Administration and Management of Criminal Justice Organizations. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland, 2010. Print.

Published Article

Klofas, John M., Natalie Kroovand Hipple, and Edmund F. McGarrell. “The New Criminal Justice.” The New Criminal Justice, (2010): 3-16. Print. ≠

Klofas, John M. “Modelling the New Criminal Justice.” The New Criminal Justice, (2010): 17-27. Print. ≠

Kroovand-Hipple, Natalie, Edmund F. McGarrell, John M. Klofas, Nicholas A. Corsaro, and Heather Perez. “Identifying Effect Policing Strategies for Reducing Crime.” The New Criminal Justice, (2010): 69-82. Print. ≠

Klofas, John M. “Postscript: Teaching the New Criminal Justice.” The New Criminal Justice, (2010): 147-155. Print.

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click to expandclick to closeMichael Laver

Michael Laver

Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Formal Presentation

Laver, Michael. “Through a Glass Darkly: Christianity and the Politics of Control in Tokugawa Japan.” Sustainable Asia: Challenges and Opportunities. 38th Annual Mid-Atlantic Region Association for Asian Studies Conference. State College, PA. 23 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

Laver, Michael. “Gift-giving and the Politics of Legitimacy in Tokugawa Japan.” 59th Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs. Columbus, OH. 30 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

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Benjamin Lawrance
Barber B. Conable, Jr. Endowed Professor of International Studies

Associate Professor
Department of Sociology & Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Lawrance, Benjamin N. “From Child Labor ‘Problem’ to Human Trafficking ‘Crisis’: Child Advocacy and Anti-Trafficking Legislation in Ghana.” International Labor and Working-Class History, 78 (2010): 63-88. Print. ≠ *

Fellowship

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship

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Uli Linke
Coordinator for International Studies

Professor
Department of Sociology & Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Review

Linke, Uli. Rev. of Beyond the Gymnasium: Educating the Middle-Class Bodies in Classical Germany, by Heikki Lempa. The American Historical Review, 115.1 (2010): 310-311. Print.

Published Article

Linke, Uli. “Body-Shock: The Political Aesthetics of Death.” Social Analysis, 54.2 (2010): 80-98. Print. “

Linke, Uli. “Fortress Europe: Globalization, Militarization, and the Policing of Interior Borderlands.” TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 23-24 (2010): 100-120. Print. «

Linke, Uli. “Technologies of Othering: Black Masculinities in the Carceral Zones of European Whiteness.” Europe in Black and White: Immigration, Race, and Identity in the ‘Old Continent’, 2010. n.p. Print. «

Formal Presentation

Linke, Uli. “Mobile Imaginaries, Portable Signs: The Global Consumption of Iconic Representations of Slum Life.” International Conference: Destination Slum: The Production and Consumption of Poverty in Travel and Tourism. Bristol, UK. 9-11 Dec. 2010. Presentation.

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click to expandclick to closeJohn McCluskey

John McCluskey

Associate Professor
Department of Criminal Justice
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Moon, Byongook, John D. McCluskey, and Cynthia P. McCluskey. “A General Theory of Crime and Computer Crime: An Empirical Test.” Journal of Criminal Justice, 38.4 (2010): 767-772. Print. *

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Laverne Mcquiller Williams

Associate Professor
Department of Criminal Justice
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

McQuiller-Williams, LaVerne."Wolf v. Colorado." The Forties in America. Ed.Thomas T. Lewis. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2010. 1067-8. Print.

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Eric Nystrom

Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Nystrom, Eric. “Underground Photography and American Mining Before 1920.” Mining History Journal, 17 (2010): 103-126. Print. «

Formal Presentation

Nystrom, Eric. “Mapping Mine Lands: A History of Underground Maps in America.” National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Programs (NAAMLP) Conference. Scranton, PA. 19-22 Sept 2010. Presentation.

Nystrom, Eric. “Change of Plans: Blueprint Technology and the Evolution of Engineering Practice.” Michigan Technological University Archival Speaker Series. Houghton, MI. 13 July 2010. Presentation.

Nystrom, Eric. “Mining Landscapes on Display in the U.S. National Museum, 1880-1930.” Mining History Association Conference. Silver City, NM. 10-13 June 2010. Presentation.

Nystrom, Eric. “Presenting the Underground: Model Mines in American Museums.” National Council on Public History / American Society for Environmental History Joint Meeting. Portland, OR. 10-14 March 2010. Presentation.

Nystrom, Eric, Brian Leech, and Hilary Orange. “Mining Landscapes and their Publics.” National Council on Public History / American Society for Environmental History Joint Meeting. Portland, OR. 10-14 Mar. 2010. Presentation.

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click to expandclick to closeVincent Pandolfi

Vincent Pandolfi

Assistant Professor
Department of School Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Pandolfi, Vincent, Caroline I. Magyar, and Charles A. Dill. “Constructs Assessed by the GARS-2: Factor Analysis of Data from the Standardization Sample.” Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 40.9 (2010): 1118-1130. Print. *

Formal Presentation

Pandolfi, Vincent, and Caroline Magyar. “Assessment of Co-Occurring Emotional and Behavioral Disorders In Youth with Autism: Implications for School Psychologists.” New York Association for School Psychologists Conference. Lake George, NY. November, 2010. Presentation.

Pandolfi, Vincent. “Mental Health Disorders in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Issues and Considerations for Assessment and Intervention.” Rochester Regional Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders Conference. Rochester, NY. 21 April 2010. Presentation.

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Esa Rantanen

Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Yang, Jiazhong, Esa M. Rantanen, and Kan Zhang. “The impact of time efficacy on air traffic controller situation awareness and mental workload.” International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 20.1 (2010): 74-91. Print. *

Rantanen, E. M., and C. D. Wickens. “Are there standard conflict resolution maneuvers in air traffic control?” Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2010. 45-49. Print. *

Chung, Chnogyoon, and Esa M. Rantanen. “Gestural interaction with In-Vehicle Audio and Climate Controls.” Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2010. 1406-1410. Print. † *

Hope, Ryan M., Esa M. Rantanen, and Lauri Oksama. “Multiple Identity Tracking and Entropy in an ATC-like Task.” Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2010. 1012-1016. Print. † *

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Cyril Reade

Associate Professor
Department of Fine Arts
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Installation/Exhibit/Performance

Reade, Cyril. (k)not in 19th Annual Members Exhibition. Rochester Contemporary Art Gallery, Rochester, NY. 5 December 2009 - 17 January 2010. Exhibition.

Reade, Cyril. ”how good are your dwelling places.” Toronto: Koffler Gallery, 2010. Exhibition. ≠

Reade, Cyril. ”Fetish I.” in ImageArt. Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY. 2010. Exhibition. ≠

Published Article

Reade, Cyril. ”how good are your dwelling places.” Toronto: Koffler Gallery, 2010. Exhibition essay. ≠

Formal Presentation

Reade, Cyril. “NXT.Message: A Palimpsestic Narrative in the Digital Age.” Art + Religion. Max and Iris Stern Symposium, Musée d’art Contemporain and Concordia University. Montréal, Canada. 16 Apr. 2010. Presentation.

Reade, Cyril. “The changing aesthetic of Holocaust memorials and museums.” Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Project at Monroe Community College. Rochester, NY. 6 July 2010. Presentation.

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Wade Robison
Ezra A. Hale Professor in Applied Ethics

Professor
Department of Philosophy
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Formal Presentation

Robison, Wade. “Error-provocative Designs in Medical Practice.” 12th International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum, Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, Union College, Schenectady, NY. 7-9 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

Robison, Wade. “Adam Smith’s Order for Distributing the Wealth of Nations.” 23rd Biennial Meeting of AMINTAPHIL, RIT, Rochester, NY. 21-23 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

Robison, Wade. “The Free Enterprise System and Economic Injustice.” 23rd Biennial Meeting of AMINTAPHIL, RIT, Rochester, NY. 23 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

Robison, Wade. “Hume on Representation.” Upstate New York Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. 31 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

Robison, Wade. “Practical Ethics: Reflections from the Field.” University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. 19 Nov. 2010. Presentation.

Robison, Wade. “Voting and Mix-and-match Software.” ETHICOMP2010 Conference, Rovira and Virgili University, Tarragona, Spain. 14-16 Apr. 2010. Presentation.

Robison, Wade. “The Twitter Revolution.” ETHICOMP2010 Conference, Rovira and Virgili University, Tarragona, Spain. 14-16 Apr. 2010. Presentation.

Robison, Wade. “Bioinformatics and Privacy.” ETHICOMP2010 Conference, Rovira and Virgili University, Tarragona, Spain. 14-16 Apr. 2010. Presentation.

Robison, Wade. “Ethical Relations and Engineering.” Colorado School of Mines. Golden, CO. 11-12 May 2010. Presentation.

Editor (book or journal)

Robison, Wade, Ryne Raffaelle & Evan Selinger, eds. Sustainability Ethics: 5 Questions. Copenhagen: Automatic Press/VIP, 2010. Print.

Published Article

Robison, Wade. “Moral Children.” The Ethics of the Family. Eds. Stephen Scales, Adam Potthast, and Linda Oravecz. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010. 251-65. Print. «

Robison, Wade. “Much Obliged.” Hume on Is/Ought. Ed. Charles Pigden. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. 65-75. Print. *

Robison, Wade. “Speaking Freely.” Free Speech in a Diverse World. Ed. Deidre Golash Heidelberg: Springer, 2010. 177-87. Print. *

Robison, Wade. “Bioinformatics and Privacy.” Ethics in Biology, Engineering & Medicine: An International Journal, 1.1 (2010): 1-11. Print. *

Robison, Wade. “Voting and Mix-and-match Software.” ETHICOMP 2010: The “backwards, forwards and sidways” changes of ICT. Eds. Mario Arias-Oliva, Terrell Ward Bynum, Simon Rogerson, and Teresa Torres-Coronas. Tarragona, Spain: Universitat Rovira i Virgili, 2010. 450-58. Print. *

Robison, Wade. “The Twitter Revolution.” ETHICOMP 2010: The “backwards, forwards and sidways” changes of ICT, 2010. 459-64. Print. *

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click to expandclick to closeJohn Roche

John Roche
Associate Chair

Associate Professor
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Editor (book or journal)

Roche, John. Preface. Black Mountain to Crooked Lake: Poems 1948-2010, with a Memoir of Black Mountain College. NY: FootHills Publishing, n.p. 2010. Print.

Installation/Exhibit/Performance

Roche, John and Eddie Swayze. ”Def Meets Deaf Poetry Jam.” Park Point, Henrietta, NY. 6 Feb. 2010. Performance.

Roche, John. ”Linebreakers: Poetry, Music, Dance.” Physikos Studio, Village Gate, Rochester, NY. 7 Sept. 2010. Performance.

Roche, John. Poetry. Black Mountain North Symposium. RITZ Sports Zone, SAU, RIT. 2 Oct. 2010. Performance. †

Roche, John. Poetry. Albany Social Justice Center, Albany, NY. 16 Sept. 2010. Performance. ≠

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John Sanders
Degree Program Coordinator

Professor
Department of Philosophy
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Editor (book or journal)

Sanders, John T. and Katie Terezakis, eds. Soul and Form by Gyêrgy Lukécs,. New York: Columbia University Press, 2010. Print.

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click to expandclick to closeElisabetta Sanino D'Amanda

Elisabetta Sanino D'Amanda
Doctor of Modern Languages from Middlebury College

Lecturer
Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Review

Sanino D’Amanda, Elisabetta. Rev. of Italian Cinema. Learn Italian with Films, by Anita Lorenzotti and Roberto Aiello. ITALICA, 87.1 (2010): n.p. Print.

Formal Presentation

Sanino D’Amanda, Elisabetta. “Thyssen Krupp. Mimmo Calopresti between Fiction and Reality to Give Voice to the Invisibles.” American Association of Teachers of Italian Annual Conference, Lecce University, Lecce, Italy. 28 May 2010. Presentation.

Sanino D’Amanda, Elisabetta. “Teaching Italian Language and Culture through Film Language.” Northeast Modern Languages Association Annual Convention. 11 Apr. 2010. Presentation.

Sanino D’Amanda, Elisabetta. “Preferisco il rumore del mare. Il pensiero meridiano nel cinema di Mimmo Calopresti.” ACTFL - American Association of Teachers of Italian. 19 Nov. 2010. Presentation.

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click to expandclick to closeRebecca Scales

Rebecca Scales

Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Scales, Rebecca P. “Subversive Sound: Transnational Radio, Arabic Recordings, and the Dangers of Listening in French Colonial Algeria, 1934-1939,” Comparative Studies in Society and History, 52.2 (2010): 384-417. Print *

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click to expandclick to closeChris Schreck

Chris Schreck

Associate Professor
Department of Criminal Justice
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Book

Miller, J. Mitchell, Christopher J. Schreck, and Richard Tewksbury. Criminological Theories: A Brief Introduction. 3rd Ed. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon, 2010. Print.

Published Article

Schreck, Christopher J. “Correlates of Victimization.” Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention. (2010): 158-164. Print.

Formal Presentation

Berg, Mark, Eric A. Stewart, and Christopher J. Schreck. “Spatial Linkages of Violent Crimes.” Annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. November, 2010. Presentation.

Gibson, Chris L., Christopher J. Schreck, and Eric A. Stewart. “Neighborhoods, Traits, and Violent Victimization: A Longitudinal Study of Chicago Youth.” Annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, CA. November, 2010. Presentation.

Yee, Kaila and Christopher J. Schreck. “Intelligence and Violent Victimization.” Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association. Chicago, IL. September, 2010. Presentation.

Schreck, Christopher J. “The Victim-Offender Overlap.” Cincinnati, OH. March, 2010. Presentation.

Schreck, Christopher J. “The Victim-Offender Overlap.” Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society Guest Speaker Series. San Antonio, TX. March, 2010. Presentation.

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click to expandclick to closeJonathan Schroeder

Jonathan Schroeder
William A. Kern Professor in Communications

Professor
Department of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Puntoni, Stephano, Jonathan E. Schroeder, and Mark Ritson. “Meaning Matters: Polysemy in Advertising.” Journal of Advertising, 39.2 (2010): 51-64. Print. «

Buchanan-Oliver, Margo, Angela Cruz, and Jonathan E. Schroeder. “Shaping the Body and Technology: Discursive Implications for the Strategic Communication of Technological Brands.” European Journal of Marketing, 44.5 (2010): 635-652. Print. «

Rice, Diana R., Jonathan E. Schroeder, et al. “What Did You Just Call Me? European and American Ratings of the Valence of Ethnophaulisms (Ethnic Labels).” Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 29.1 (2010): 117-131. Print. «

Patterson, Maurice, and Jonathan E. Schroeder. “Borderlines: Skins, Tattoos, and Consumer Culture Theory.” Marketing Theory, 10.3 (2010): 253-267. Print. «

Schroeder, Jonathan E., and I. Fillis. “Aesthetic Leadership.” Political and Civic Leadership: A Reference Handbook, (2010): 1063-1070. Print. *

Schroeder, Jonathan E. “The Artist in Brand Culture.” Marketing the Arts: A Fresh Approach. eds. Daragh O’Reilly and Finola Kerrigan, London: Routledge, (2010): 18-30. Print.

Schroeder, Jonathan E. “Value Creation and the Visual Consumer.” Beyond the Consumption Bubble, (2010): n.p. Print. ≠

Zhiyan, Wu, Janet Borgerson, and Jonathan Schroeder. “Fashion Systems and Historical Culture in the Development of Chinese Global Branding.” Advances in Consumer Research, (2010): 199-201. Print.

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click to expandclick to closeTony Smith

Tony Smith

Assistant Professor
Department of Criminal Justice
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Formal Presentation

Crichlow, Vaughn and Tony R. Smith. “Gender Inequality, Pornography Consumption and Sexual Assault: A Macro-Level Test.” Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. San Francisco, CA. 17-20 November, 2010. Presentation.

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Danielle Taana Smith
Director, Honors Program
Academic Enhancement Programs

Associate Professor
Department of Sociology & Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Graham, Roderick and Danielle T. Smith. “Dividing Lines: An Empirical Examination of Technology Use and Internet Activity among African Americans.” Information, Communication and Society, 13.6 (2010): 892-908. Print. *

Omori, Megumi and Danielle Taana Smith. “Working and Living: The Effects of Family Responsibilities and Characteristics on Married Women’s Work Hours.” Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 41.1 (2010): 43-55. Print. *

Smith, Danielle Tana. “Hide and seek.” Poem. African Writing Magazine: Many Literatures, One Voice, 10 (2010): n.p. Print.

Formal Presentation

Smith, Danielle Taana. “Gangster Tourism: Representations of The Ghetto in the Era of Global Security.” Destination Slum!:Reflections on the Production and Consumption of Poverty in Tourism. Bristol, UK. 9-11 Dec. 2010. Presentation.

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Lawrence Torcello

Assistant Professor
Department of Philosophy
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Formal Presentation

Torcello, Lawrence. “Death and the Living: A Learning Community in Gross Anatomy and Bioethics.” 12th International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum, Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, Union College, Schenectady, NY. 8 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

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Jeffrey Wagner

Associate Professor
Department of Economics
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Bhole, Bharat, and Jeffrey Wagner. “Punitive Damages and the Recklessness Requirement with Uninformed Injurers.” International Review of Law and Economics, 30.3 (2010): 253-268. Print. *

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James Winebrake
Co-Director, RIT Laboratory for Environmental Computing and Decision Making

Professor
Dean's Office
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Corbett, James J., James J. Winebrake, and Erin H. Green. “An Assessment of Technologies for Reducing Short-lived Climate Forcers Emitted by Ships with Implications for Arctic Shipping.” Carbon Management, 1.2 (2010): 207-225. Print. *

Corbett, James J., Daniel A. Lack, James J. Winebrake, Susan Harder, Jordan A. Silberman, and Maya Gold. “Arctic Shipping Emissions Inventories and Future Scenarios.” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 10.19 (2010): 9689-9704. Web.*

Comer, Bryan, James J. Corbett, J. Scott Hawker, Karl Korfmacher, Earl E. Lee, Chris Prokop, and James J. Winebrake. “Marine Vessels as Substitutes for Heavy-Duty Trucks in Great Lakes Freight Transportation.” Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 60.7 (2010): 884-890. Print. † ≠ *

Corbett, James J., and James J. Winebrake. “The Role of International Policy in Mitigating Global Shipping Emissions.” The Brown Journal of World Affairs, 16.2 (2010): 143-154. Web. *

Corbett, James J., James J. Winebrake, and Haifeng Wang. “International Shipping and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: From Assessment to Mitigation.” TR News, 268 (May-June 2010): 40-44. Print. *

Skerlos, Steve, and James J. Winebrake. “Targeting Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Policies to Increase Social Benefits.” Energy Policy, 38.2 (2010): 705-708. Print. ≠ *

Editor (book or journal)

Winebrake, James J., and James J. Corbett. “Improving the Energy Efficiency and Environmental Performance of Goods Movement.” Climate and Transportation Solutions: Findings from the 2009 Asilomar Conference on Transportation and Energy Policy. CA: Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California-Davis, 2010. Web.

Corbett, James J., and James J. Winebrake. “Freight Transportation and the Environment.” Intermodal Transportation: Moving Freight in a Global Economy. Washington, DC: Eno Transportation Foundation, 2010. n.p. Print.

Corbett, James J., James J. Winebrake, Oyvind Endresen, Magnus Eide, Stig Dalsoren, Ivar S. Isaksen, and Eirik Sorgard. “International Maritime Shipping: The Impact of Globalisation on Activity Levels.” Globalisation, Transport, and Environment. Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 2010. 55-80. Print.

Van Dender, Kurt, Philippe Crist, James J. Corbett, and James J. Winebrake. “Policy Instruments to Limit Negative Environmental Impacts: An Economic Perspective.” Globalisation, Transport, and Environment. Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 2010. 225-248. Print.

Endresen, Oyvind, Magnus Eide, Stig Dalsoren, Ivar S. Isaksen, Eirik Sorgard, James J. Corbett, and James J. Winebrake. “International Maritime Shipping: Environmental Impacts of Increased Activity Levels.” Globalisation, Transport, and Environment. Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 2010. 161-184. Print.

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Hiroko Yamashita

Associate Professor
Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Formal Presentation

Yamashita, Hiroko. “Teaching a Foreign Language to Deaf Students: Tools, Techniques, and Challenges.” Association for the Department of Foreign Languages/Modern Language Association, MLA. Rochester, NY. June 2010. Presentation.

Published Article

Yamashita, Hiroko and Tadahisa Kondo. “Contexual Frequency as a Predictor for Word-order in Japanese Sentence Production.” Technical Report of The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers, 2010. Print. *

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