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click to expandclick to closeCecilia Alm

Cecilia Alm

Assistant Professor
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2015 Submissions

Published Conference Proceedings

Schrading, Nicholas, et al. "An Analysis of Domestic Abuse Discourse on Reddit." Proceedings of the Proceedings of the Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing. Lisbon, Portugal: ACL, 2015. Web. *

Schrading, Nicholas, et al. "An Analysis of Domestic Abuse Discourse on Reddit." Proceedings of the Proceedings of the Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, pages 2577-2583. Lisbon, Portugal: ACL, 2015. Web. «

Vaidyanathan,, Preethi, et al. "Computational Integration of Human Vision and Natural Language Through Bitext Alignment." Proceedings of the Proceedings of the Workshop on Vision and Language at the Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, pages 4-5. Ed. --. Lisbon, Portugal: ACL, 2015. Web. «

Schrading, Nicholas, et al. "#WhyIStayed, #WhyILeft: Microblogging to Make Sense of Domestic Abuse." Proceedings of the Proceedings of the 2015 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics-Human Language Technologies, pages 1281-1286. Ed. --. Denver, CO: ACL, 2015. Web. «

Bethamcherla, Vasudev, et al. "Face-speech Sensor Fusion for Non-invasive Stress Detection." Proceedings of the Proceedings of the 1st Joint Conference on Facial Analysis, Animation, and Auditory-Visual Speech Processing, pages 196-201. Ed. --. Vienna, Austria: ISCA, 2015. Web. *

Paul, Will, et al. "Stressed out: What Speech Tells us About Stress." Proceedings of the Proceedings of Interspeech 2015, pages 3710-3714. Ed. --. Dresden, Germany: ISCA, 2015. Web. *

Vaidyanathan, Preethi, et al. "Alignment of Eye Movements and Spoken Language for Semantic Image Understanding." Proceedings of the Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Computational Semantics, pages 76-81. Ed. --. London, UK: ACL, 2015. Web. «

Bullard, Joseph, et al. "Inference from Structured and Unstructured Electronic Medical Data for Dementia Detection." Proceedings of the Proceedings of Operation Research and Computing: Algorithms and Software for Analytics, 14th INFORMS Computing Society Conference (ICS2015), pages 236–244. Ed. --. Richmond, VA: n.p., 2015. Web. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Mohammad, Saif and Cecilia O. Alm. "Tutorial: Computational analysis of affect and emotion in language." 2015 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing. ACL. Lisbon, Portugal. 18 Sep. 2015. Conference Presentation. £

Alm, Cecilia O. "Making sense with computational linguistics." Introduction to Biomedical Informatics. URMC. Rochester, NY. 2 Nov. 2015. Guest Lecture.

Lytle, Megan, et al. "Using text messages to predict depression and suicidal behavior among LGBT individuals. Poster." International Summit Suicide Research. IASR/AFSP. New York City, NY. 13 Oct. 2015. Conference Presentation.

Alm, Cecilia O. "Linguistic sensing for human-centered computing." NA. Stockholm University, English Department. Stockholm, Sweden. 9 Jun. 2015. Guest Lecture.

Alm, Cecilia O. "Linguistic sensing for human-centered computing." NA. Malmö University, Computer Science Department. Malmö, Sweden. 5 Jun. 2015. Guest Lecture.

Alm, Cecilia O. "Language and multimodal meaning." NA. Xerox PARC. Rochester, NY. 30 Jan. 2015. Guest Lecture.

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A.J. Caschetta

Senior Lecturer
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2015 Submissions

Journal Paper

Caschetta, A.J. "US Should "Unfriend" ISIS." Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. February 25 (2015) Web.

Caschetta, A.J. "Are Muslims the New Jews?" Jihad Watch. May 8 (2015) Web. ∆

Caschetta, A.J. "Does Islam Have a Role in Suicide Bombing?" Middle East Quarterly 22. 3 (2015) Web. ˜

Caschetta, A.J. "The Hollow Cry of "McCarthyism"." Inside Higher Ed. July 2 (2015) Web. ˜

Caschetta, A.J. "Laundering Iran's Nukes." The Gatestone Institute. September 9 (2015) Web. ˜

A.J.Caschetta, . "Caliphate Accompli." Jihad Watch. November 29 (2015) Web. ∆

Caschetta, A.J. "The Backlash Industry." The Daily Caller. December 17 (2015) Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "Democrats Don't Know the Islamic State." The WashingtonExaminer Monday. December 28 (2015) Web. ˜

Published Review

Caschetta, A.J. "Review of Talking through the Door: An Anthology of Contemporary Middle Eastern American Writing." Rev. of Talking through the Door: An Anthology of Contemporary Middle Eastern American Writing, ed. Susan Atefat-Peckham. Middle East Quarterly Winter 2015: Web. ˜

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click to expandclick to closeTrent Hergenrader

Trent Hergenrader

Assistant Professor
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2015 Submissions

Full Length Book

Clark, Michael Dean, Trent Hergenrader, and Joseph Rein. Creative Writing in the Digital Age: Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy. London, England, ENG: Bloomsbury, 2015. Print. *

Book Chapter

Hergenrader, Trent. "Game Spaces: Videogames as Story-Generating Systems for Fiction Writers." Creative Writing in the Digital Age: Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy. Ed. Michael Dean Clark, Trent Hergenrader, and Joseph Rein. London, England, ENG: Bloomsbury, 2015. 45-60. Print. ∆

Hergenrader, Trent. "Exploring Imaginary Maps: Collaborative World Building in Fiction Writing Classes." Building Literate Connections through Videogames and Virtual Worlds. Ed. Hannah Gerber and Sandra Houston. Boston, MA: Sense, 2014. 11-28. Web. *

Hergenrader, Trent. "Thief of Hearts." Mammoth Book of Diselpunk. Baltimore, MD: Running Press, 2015. 139-160. Print. £

Published Conference Proceedings

Hergenrader, Trent. "Dense Worlds, Deep Characters: Role-Playing Games, World Building, and Creative Writing." Proceedings of the Games+Learning+Society. Ed. Amanda Oschner. Pittsburgh, PA: ETC Press, 2014. Web. * «

Glazer, Kip and Trent Hergenrader. "A World Filled with Darkness, Dungeons, and Dragons: Using Analog Role Playing Game Creation to Enhance Literature and Writing Instruction in High School English Classes." Proceedings of the Games+Learning+Society. Ed. Amanda Oschner. Pittsburgh, PA: ETC Press, 2014. Web. * «

Hergenrader, Trent. "The Narrative Potential of Tabletop Role-Playing Games." Proceedings of the Games+Learning+Society. Ed. Caroline Williams. Pittsburgh, PA: ETC, 2014. Web. * «

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click to expandclick to closeGail Hosking

Gail Hosking

Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2015 Submissions

National/International Competition Award Winner

Hosking, Gail. The Best American Essays of 2015. most notable. New York, NY, 2015. *

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click to expandclick to closeDavid Martins

David Martins

Associate Professor
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2015 Submissions

Full Length Book

Martins, David Swiencicki (Ed.), Chris M. Anson, and Christiane Donahue. Transnational Writing Program Administration. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2015. Print. ˜

Journal Paper

Martins, David Swiencicki and Patrick Reed. "Transnational Writing Programs and Emergent Models for Teaching, Learning and Writing." Kairos 20. 1 (2015): Online Journal. Web. ˜

Book Chapter

Martins, David Swiencicki and Rebecca Roja Charry. "Between “Pleasantville” and “My Way or the Highway”: Promoting Productive Discussion of Social Justice in a Globally Linked Learning Environment." Globalizing On-line: Telecollaborations, Internationalization, and Social Justice. Ed. Nataly Tcherepashenets. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang, 2015. 151-173. Print. ∆ ˜

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Katherine Morrissey

Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2015 Submissions

Book Chapter

Morrissey, Katherine E. "Steamy, Spicy, Sensual: Tracing the Cycles of Erotic Romance." Women & Erotic Fiction: Critical Essays on Genres, Markets & Readers. Ed. Kristen Phillips. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2015. 42-58. Print. ˜

Invited Article/Publication

Morrissey, Katherine E. "Stop Teaching, Software Start Teaching Software Literacy." Flow. (2015). Web. ∆

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Morrissey, Katherine E. "Fandom Problems: Networks of Practice, Digital Publishing, and the Dilemmas of Fans Going Pro." Internet Research 2015. Association of Internet Researchers. Phoenix, AZ. 24 Oct. 2015. Conference Presentation.

Morrissey, Katherine E. "From Derivative to Transformative: Making Remix and Vidding Practices Matter In Our Classrooms." Console-ing Passions: International Conference on Television, Video, Audio, New Media and Feminism. University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, Maynooth and the Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design, and Technology. Dublin, Ireland. 18 Jun. 2015. Conference Presentation.

Morrissey, Katherine E. "Love and Plurality: Ensemble Casting and Modularity in Contemporary Rom-Coms." Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference. Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association. New Orleans, LA. 1 Apr. 2015. Conference Presentation.

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Laura Shackelford

Associate Professor
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2015 Submissions

Published Review

Shackelford, Laura. "Reading Topographies of Post-Postmodernism." Rev. of Post-Postmodernism; or, The Cultural Logic of Just-in-Time Capitalism, by Jeffrey T. Nealon. ebr: Electronic Book Review 4 Apr. 2015: 1-15. Web. *

Invited Article/Publication

Shackelford, Laura. "Writing Touch at the Interface: Luxuria Superbia's Exploratory Play with Self-Writing." Frame: Journal of Literary Studies. (2015). Print. * ∆

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Shackelford, Laura. "R(e)orienting Poetics through Lived Space." International E-Poetry Festival. University of Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires, AR, Argentina. 9 Jun. 2015. Conference Presentation. ∆

Shackelford, Laura. "Following Through on Touch and Exploratory Play at the Digital Interface." Structures of Digital Feeling Colloquium. Techne Institute for Arts and Emerging Technologies, University of Buffalo. Buffalo, NY. 28 Mar. 2015. Guest Lecture. ∆

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Elena Sommers

Senior Lecturer
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2015 Submissions

Invited Article/Publication

Rakhimova-Sommers, Elena. "“Seeking Fertile, Patriotic Woman: Russian Public Awareness Advertising and Putin’s ‘Boost the Birthrate’ Campaign.”." Lund University Nordic Studies. (2015). Print. * ∆

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