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Cecilia Alm

Associate Professor
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Published Conference Proceedings

Bohlin, Gustaf, et al. "Considerations for Face-based Data Estimates: Affect Reactions to Videos." Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Human Computer Interaction Theory and Applications. Ed. Manuela Chessa, Alexis Paljic, and Jose Braz. Prague, Czech Republic: SCITEPRESS, 2019. Web. «

Kafle, Sushant, Cecilia O. Alm, and Matt Huenerfauth. "Modeling Acoustic-prosodic Cues for Word Importance Prediction in Spoken Dialogues." Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies, SLPAT 2019 (at NAACL 2019). Ed. Manuela Chessa, Alexis Paljic, and Jose Braz. Minnesota, MS: ACL, 2019. Web. *

Kessler, Lucas, Cecilia O. Alm, and Reynold Bailey. "Synthesized Spoken Names: Biases Impacting Perception." Proceedings of the Interspeech (Show and Tell). Ed. Pejman Mowlaee, Mario Huemer, and Philipp Salletmayr. Graz, Austria: n.p., 2019. Web. *

Kafle, Sushant, Cecilia O. Alm, and Matt Huenerfauth. "Fusion Strategy for Prosodic and Lexical Representations of Word Importance." Proceedings of the Interspeech. Ed. Thomas Hain and Björn Schuller. Graz, Austria: ISCA, 2019. Web. *

Saraf, Monali, et al. "Multimodal Anticipated Versus Actual Perceptual Reactions." Proceedings of the ICMI19: Adjunct of the 21st ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, Suzhou, China). Ed. Wen Gao, et al. Suzhou, China: ACM, 2019. Web. «

Wang, Regina, et al. "Fusing Dialogue and Gaze from Discussions of 2D and 3D Scenes." Proceedings of the ICM19: Adjunct of the 21st ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction. Ed. Wen Gao, et al. Suzhou, China: ACM, 2019. Web. «

Lucas, Elizabeth, Cecilia O. Alm, and Reynold Bailey. "Understanding Human and Predictive Moderation of Online Science Discourse." Proceedings of the 2019 IEEE Western New York Image and Signal Processing Workshop (WNYISPW). Ed. Raymond Ptucha. Rochester, New York: IEEE, 2019. Web. *

External Scholarly Fellowships/National Review Committee

12/17/2019 - 11/30/2020
     STINT
     Amount: 139,000 SEK, MAU, T. Pederson PI *

4/1/2019 - 3/31/2022
     National Science Foundation
     Amount: $379,927, incl. $20,000 supplement. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Alm, Cecilia O. "Sensing language (+ X) for human-centered AI." Talk at the Natural Language Processing Research Group. IT University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark. 3 Oct. 2019. Guest Lecture.

Alm, Cecilia O. "Modeling Complex Human-generated Multilevel Behaviors." IoTaP Seminar. Malmö University. Malmö, Sweden. 11 Nov. 2019. Guest Lecture.

Alm, Cecilia O. "Eliciting, Analyzing, Fusing, and Visualizing Dialogue and Gaze." Multidisciplinary Approaches to Eye-tracking Research Workshop. Malmö University. Malmö, Sweden. 24 Nov. 2019. Guest Lecture.

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Benjamin Banta

Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Banta, Benjamin R. "The New War Thesis and Clausewitz: A Reconciliation." Global Policy 10. 4 (2019): 477-485. Print. «

Invited Paper

Banta, Benjamin R. "Critical Discourse Analysis and the Study of Humanitarian War." SAGE Research Methods Cases. (2019). Web. *

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Amit Batabyal

Professor
Department of Economics
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

ed, Amit Batabyal,, Yoshiro Higano, ed, and Peter Nijkamp, ed. Disease, Human Health, and Regional Growth and Development in Asia. 1 ed. Tokyo, Japan: Springer, 2019. Print. *

Journal Paper

Batabyal, Amit and Peter Nijkamp. "Creative Capital, Information and Communication Technologies, and Economic Growth in Smart Cities." Economics of Innovation and New Technology 28. (2019): 142-155. Print. *

Batabyal, Amit and Hamid Beladi. "Probabilistic Approaches to Cleaning the Ganges in Varanasi to Attract Tourists." Natural Resource Modeling 32. (2019): 1-11. Web. *

Batabyal, Amit and Henk Folmer. "Space and the Environment: An Introduction to the Topical Collection." Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences 12. (2019): 1-7. Web. *

Batabyal, Amit, Karima Kourtit, and Peter Nijkamp. "Using a Local Public Good to Attract and Retain the Creative Class." Regional Science Policy and Practice 11. (2019): 571-581. Print. *

Batabyal, Amit, Karima Kourtit, and Peter Nijkamp. "New Technological Knowledge, Rural and Urban Agriculture, and Steady State Economic Growth." Networks and Spatial Economics 19. (2019): 717-729. Print. *

Batabyal, Amit and Hamid Beladi. "The Optimal Provision of Information and Communication Technologies in Smart Cities." Technological Forecasting and Social Change 147. (2019): 216-220. Print. *

Batabyal, Amit and Hamid Beladi. "Preference Matching, Income, and Population Distribution in Urban and Adjacent Rural Regions." Papers in Regional Science 98. (2019): 2201-2208. Print. *

Batabyal, Amit and Peter Nijkamp. "The Magnification of a Lagging Region's Initial Economic Disadvantages on the Balanced Growth Path." Asia-Pacific Journal of Regional Science 3. (2019): 719-730. Print. *

Xing, Shiqi and Amit Batabyal. "A Safe Minimum Standard, an Elasticity of Substitution, and the Cleanup of the Ganges in Varanasi." Natural Resource Modeling 32. (2019): 1-11. Web. *

Batabyal, Amit and Seung Jick Yoo. "A Stochastic Model of Competition between Two Cities for Members of the Creative Class." Regional Science Inquiry 11. (2019): 37-42. Web. *

Batabyal, Amit and Seung Jick Yoo. "Using Utilitarian and Rawlsian Policies to Attract the Creative Class: A Tale of Two Cities." Munich Personal RePEc Archive Paper No. 91827. (2019): 1-17. Web. £

Batabyal, Amit and Peter Nijkamp. "The Magnification of a Lagging Region's Initial Economic Disadvantages on the Balanced Growth Path." Munich Personal RePEc Archive Paper No. 93486. (2019): 1-22. Web. £

Batabyal, Amit and Seung Jick Yoo. "A Stochastic Model of Competition between Two Cities for Members of the Creative Class." Munich Personal RePEc Archive Paper No. 95452. (2019): 1-8. Web. £

Batabyal, Amit, Karima Kourtit, and Peter Nijkamp. "Using Local Public Goods to Attract and Retain the Creative Class: A Tale of Two Cities." Munich Personal RePEc Archive Paper No. 94119. (2019): 1-23. Web. £

Xing, Shiqi and Amit Batabyal. "A Safe Minimum Standard, an Elasticity of Substitution, and the Cleanup of the Ganges in Varanasi." Munich Personal RePEc Archive Paper No. 93846. (2019): 1-22. Web. £

Batabyal, Amit and Hamid Beladi. "The Optimal Provision of Information and Communication Technologies in Smart Cities." Munich Personal RePEc Archive Paper No. 95451. (2019): 1-21. Web. £

Book Chapter

Batabyal, Amit, Yoshiro Higano, and Peter Nijkamp. "Introduction to Disease, Human Health, and Regional Growth and Development in Asia." Disease, Human Health, and Regional Growth and Development in Asia. Ed. Amit Batabyal, Yoshiro Higano, and Peter Nijkamp. Tokyo, Japan: Springer, 2019. 3-19. Print. *

Batabyal, Amit and Peter Nijkamp. "Sustainable Development and Regional Growth Revisited." Handbook of Regional Growth and Development Theories. Ed. Roberta Capello and Peter Nijkamp. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2019. 344-365. Print. *

Published Review

Batabyal, Amit. "Book Review." Rev. of The Economics of Religion in India, by Sriya Iyer. Choice 15 Jun. 2019: 781-782. Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Book Review." Rev. of The Cost-Benefit Revolution, by Cass Sunstein. Regional Science Policy and Practice 15 May 2019: 207-209. Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Book Review." Rev. of The Rent Curse, by R.M. Auty and H.I. Furlonge. Choice 15 Jul. 2019: 1391. Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Book Review." Rev. of Macroeconomics of the Black Economy, by S Chattopadhyay. Regional Science Policy and Practice 15 Jul. 2019: 625-626. Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Book Review." Rev. of A Quantum Leap in the Wrong Direction?, eds. R. Azad, et al. Choice 15 Jul. 2019: 1506. Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Book Review." Rev. of The China-India Rivalry in the Globalization Era, ed. T.V. Paul. Regional Science Policy and Practice 15 Aug. 2019: 752-754. Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Book Review." Rev. of How Change Happens, by C.R. Sunstein. INFORMS Journal on Applied Analytics 15 Aug. 2019: 305-306. Print. £

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Batabyal, Amit. Connections with Evan Dawson. 8 Apr. 2019. WXXI Studio, Rochester. Performance.

Batabyal, Amit. Overnights with Trevor Chappell. 17 Sep. 2019. ABC Studio, Melbourne. Performance.

Batabyal, Amit. Connections with Evan Dawson. 25 Sep. 2019. WXXI Studio, Rochester. Performance.

Batabyal, Amit. Overnights with Trevor Chappell. 16 Oct. 2019. ABC Studio, Melbourne. Performance.

Batabyal, Amit. WXXI Evening News. 16 Dec. 2019. WXXI Studio, Rochester. Performance.

Journal Editor

Batabyal, Amit, ed. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences. Heidelberg: Springer, 2019. Web. *

Ed, Amit Batabyal, Assoc, ed. Theoretical Economics Letters. Beijing: Scientific Research Publishing, 2019. Web. *

Ed, Amit Batabyal, Assoc, ed. Asia-Pacific Journal of Regional Science. Tokyo: Springer, 2019. Print. «

Ed, Amit Batabyal, Assoc, ed. Economics Bulletin. Nashville: Economics Bulletin Publishing, 2019. Web. *

Council, Amit Batabyal, Ed, ed. Review of Development Economics. New York: Wiley, 2019. Print. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Batabyal, Amit. "Preference Matching, Income, and Population Distribution in Urban and Adjacent Rural Regions." Southern Regional Science Association (SRSA) Annual Conference. SRSA. Arlington, VA. 17 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "Preference Matching, Income, and Population Distribution in Urban and Adjacent Rural Regions." Mid-Continet Regional Science Association (MCRSA) Annual Conference. MCRSA. Madison, WI. 4 Jun. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "A Safe Minimum Standard, an Elasticity of Substitution, and the Cleanup of the Ganges in Varanasi." Allied Social Science Association (ASSA) Annual Meeting. ASSA. Atlanta, GA. 3 Jan. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "A Safe Minimum Standard, an Elasticity of Substitution, and the Cleanup of the Ganges in Varanasi." Southern Regional Science Association (SRSA) Annual Conference. SRSA. Arlington, VA. 17 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "A Safe Minimum Standard, an Elasticity of Substitution, and the Cleanup of the Ganges in Varanasi." IEOR Seminar, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). IIT. Mumbai, India. 28 Jul. 2019. Address.

Batabyal, Amit. "A Safe Minimum Standard, an Elasticity of Substitution, and the Cleanup of the Ganges in Varanasi." Association of Indian Economic and Financial Studies (AIEFS) Biennial Conference. AIEFS. Bhubaneswar, India. 29 Jul. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "Using Local Public Goods to Attract and Retain the Creative Class: A Tale of Two Cities." Southern Regional Science Association (SRSA) Annual Conference. SRSA. Arlington, VA. 17 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "Using Local Public Goods to Attract and Retain the Creative Class: A Tale of Two Cities." Mid-Continet Regional Science Association (MCRSA) Annual Conference. MCRSA. Madison, WI. 3 Jun. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "Using Local Public Goods to Attract and Retain the Creative Class: A Tale of Two Cities." European Regional Science Association (ERSA) Annual Conference. ERSA. Lyon, France. 26 Aug. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "Using Local Public Goods to Attract and Retain the Creative Class: A Tale of Two Cities." Regional Studies Association (RSA) North America Conference. RSA. Montreal, Canada. 21 Sep. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "The Optimal Provision of Information and Communication Technologies in Smart Cities." Mid-Continet Regional Science Association (MCRSA) Annual Conference. MCRSA. Madison, WI. 3 Jun. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "The Optimal Provision of Information and Communication Technologies in Smart Cities." Association of Indian Economic and Financial Studies (AIEFS) Biennial Conference. AIEFS. Bhubaneswar, India. 27 Jul. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "The Optimal Provision of Information and Communication Technologies in Smart Cities." Regional Science Association International (RSAI) Japan Section Annual Meeting. RSAI Japan Section. Kurume, Japan. 17 Sep. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "The Optimal Provision of Information and Communication Technologies in Smart Cities." Regional Studies Association (RSA) North America Conference. RSA. Montreal, Canada. 21 Sep. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "The Optimal Provision of Information and Communication Technologies in Smart Cities." North American Regional Science Council (NARSC) Annual Conference. NARSC. Pittsburgh, PA. 16 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "Using Utilitarian and Rawlsian Policies to Attract the Creative Class: A Tale of Two Cities." Association of Indian Economic and Financial Studies (AIEFS) Biennial Conference. AIEFS. Bhubaneswar, India. 28 Jul. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "Using Utilitarian and Rawlsian Policies to Attract the Creative Class: A Tale of Two Cities." European Regional Science Association (ERSA) Annual Conference. ERSA. Lyon, France. 28 Aug. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "Using Utilitarian and Rawlsian Policies to Attract the Creative Class: A Tale of Two Cities." Regional Science Association International (RSAI) Japan Section Annual Meeting. RSAI Japan Section. Kurume, Japan. 20 Sep. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "Using Utilitarian and Rawlsian Policies to Attract the Creative Class: A Tale of Two Cities." North American Regional Science Council (NARSC) Annual Conference. NARSC. Pittsburgh, PA. 17 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "A Political Economy Model of the Ganges Pollution Cleanup Problem." The Regional Science Academy (TRSA) Workshop. TRSA. Lyon, France. 27 Aug. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "The Impact of Preference Matching on Tourism in a Model with Two Possible Destinations." The Regional Science Academy (TRSA) Workshop. TRSA. Kurume, Japan. 16 Sep. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Batabyal, Amit. "C.S. Holling, Resilience, and the Use of Resilience in Regional Science: Five Outstanding Issues." The Regional Science Academy (TRSA) Workshop. TRSA. Kurume, Japan. 17 Sep. 2019. Keynote Speech.

Batabyal, Amit. "China's Belt and Road Initiative and President Trump's Trade War with China." Rochester Monroe County Central Library Lecture. Rochester and Monroe County Central Library. Rochester, New York. 5 Oct. 2019. Lecture.

Batabyal, Amit. "China's Belt and Road Initiative and President Trump's Trade War with China." The Highlands at Pittsford Lecture. The Highlands at Pittsford. Pittsford, New York. 8 Oct. 2019. Lecture.

Batabyal, Amit. "Decentralized versus Centralized Provision of Urban Anti-Crime Technologies in a Model with Three Cities." Cities 4 People International Workshop, organized by The Regional Science Academy (TRSA). TRSA. 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands. 15 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Invited Article/Publication

Batabyal, Amit. "United States Economy: Beguilingly Calm Period Before Proverbial Storm?" The Globe Post. (2019). Web. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Vital Economic Data was Likely Lost During the Shutdown---Her's Why it Matters to All Americans." The Conversation. (2019). Web. £

Batabyal, Amit. "US-China Trade Talks: Will the Chinese Keep Promises to Stop Bad Behavior?" The Conversation. (2019). Web. £

Batabyal, Amit. "WTO Offers Trump a Solution to Enforcing a Trade Deal with a China That Breaks Promises." The Conversation. (2019). Web. £

Batabyal, Amit. "How to Pay for Roads When Electric Cars Predominate." Rochester Business Journal. (2019). Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Is Huawei a national Security Threat to US and its Allies?" The Globe Post. (2019). Web. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Pollution from U.S. Manufacturing: Why Has it Gone Down?" Rochester Business Journal. (2019). Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Creative People Don't Guarantee Prosperity." Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. (2019). Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Trump Will Note be Heralding Victory in Trade War with China Anytime Soon." The Globe Post. (2019). Web. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Could a Weakening US Economy Imperil Trump's Trade War with China?" The Conversation. (2019). Web. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Are Rare Earth Elements an Ace Up China's Sleeve in Trade War with the U.S.?" Rochester Business Journal. (2019). Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "The Bigger Underlying Issues of the US-China Trade War May be Insoluble." The Globe Post. (2019). Web. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Should Higher Education in the United States be Free?" The College Post. (2019). Web. £

Batabyal, Amit. "Do Doctors Practice Defensive Medicine and, if Yes, do Patients Benefit?" Rochester Business Journal. (2019). Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "China's Worldwide Investment Project is a Push for More Economic and Political Power." The Conversation. (2019). Web. £

Batabyal, Amit. "The Economics of China's Belt and Road Initiative: Rhetoric and Reality." Rochester Business Journal. (2019). Print. £

Batabyal, Amit. "The Onslaught of Robots: Is it Real and What Should we Do?" Rochester Business Journal. (2019). Print. £

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Silvia Benso

Professor
Department of Philosophy
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Benso, Silvia. "Resisting Reality: Vattimo’s Weak Thought and the Dangerousness of Hermeneutics." Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy Annual Meeting. Duquesne University. Pittsburgh, PA. 1 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation. «

Benso, Silvia. "Problematizing Italian Philosophy: A Response to Peter Carravetta’s ‘The Italian Differentia: Can There Be Philosophy without History?’." Columbia University Seminars on Modern Italian Studies. Columbia University’s Italian Academy for Advanced Studies. New York, NY. 3 May 2019. Conference Presentation. ∆

Benso, Silvia. "Heidegger, Technology, and RIT." Heidegger Circle Annual Meeting. Nazareth College. Rochester, NY. 19 May 2019. Conference Presentation. ∆

Benso, Silvia. "Affirmative Biopolitics: Life, Love, and Politics in Lea Melandri." SIP—Society for Italian Philosophy Annual Meeting. Stony Brook University. Stony Brook, NY. 29 Mar. 2019. Conference Presentation. ˜

Benso, Silvia. "On the Challenges, Futures, and Tasks of Academic Life Today: Publishing." Roundtable discussion, College of Fellows. University of Western Sydney. Sydney, AUS. 27 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation.

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Nikolina Bozinovic

Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Nikolina, Božinović, and Sindik Joško. "Female Students View The Knowledge of Foreign Languages as More Important for Careers in Tourism Than Male Students?" Media, culture and public relations 9. 1-2 (2018): 27-36. Web. «

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Evelyn Brister

Associate Professor
Department of Philosophy
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Brister, Evelyn. "Unifying Agricultural and Environmental Ethics." Ethics, Policy & Environment 22. 3 (2019): 251-258. Print. *

Published Review

Brister, Evelyn. "Feminist Criticism in Biology Exemplifies Philosophy of Science." Rev. of Biology and Feminism: A Philosophical Introduction, by Lynn Hankinson Nelson. Metascience 2019: 277-280. Print. ˜

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Claudia Bucciferro

Assistant Professor
School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Bucciferro, Claudia. "Women and Netflix: Disrupting Traditional Boundaries Between Television and Film." Feminist Media Studies 20 (forthcoming). (2019): n.p. (online). Web. «

Published Review

Bucciferro, Claudia. Rev. of Swift Viewing: The Popular Life of Subliminal Influence, by Charles Acland. Journal of American Culture 2013: 257-258. Print. «

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Jeffrey Burnette

Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Burnette, Jeffrey D. and Weiwei Zhang. "Distributional Differences and the Native American Gender Wage Gap." Economies 7. 2 (2019): 46. Web. «

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Sarah Burns

Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Burns, Sarah. The Politics of War Powers: The Theory and History of Presidential Unilateralism. Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas Press, 2019. Print. *

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John Capps

Professor
Department of Philosophy
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Capps, John. "The Pragmatic Theory of Truth." Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (2019): N/A. Web. ∆

Capps, John. "Playing Fair by William James." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 55. 1 (2019): 65-70. Print. ∆

Capps, John. "Playing Fair by William James." Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 55. 1 (2019): 65-70. Print. ∆

Capps, John. "The Pragmatic Theory of Truth." Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (2019): N/A. Web.

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Tamar Carroll

Associate Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Published Review

Carroll, Tamar. "Revisiting Second Wave Feminism: New Chronologies, Geographies, & Appraisals." Rev. of Janet Allured. Remapping Second-Wave Feminism. Shelah Gilbert Leader & Patricia Rush Hyatt. American Women on the Move. Barbara Molony & Jennifer Nelson, eds., Women's Activism and "Second Wave" Feminism. Jocelyn Olcott, International Women's Year., ed. Jean Quataert. Journal of Women’s History Sep. 2019: 136-146. Print. £

Carroll, Tamar. "Book Review." Rev. of Polarized Families, Polarized Parties: Contesting Values and Economics in American Politics, ed. Benjamin Irvin. Journal of American History Sep. 2019: 488-489. Print. £

Carroll, Tamar. "Book Review." Rev. of Clio’s Foot Soldiers: Twentieth-Century U.S. Social Movements and Collective Memory, ed. Bruce Dinges. Journal of Arizona History Mar. 2019: 121-123. Print. £

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Carroll, Tamar, et al. Selections from “Whose Streets? Our Streets!:” New York City, 1980-2000. By 3 Sep. 2019. Lane Hall Gallery, Department of Women's Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Exhibit.

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Carroll, Tamar. "Feminist Genealogies: Coalitions for Social Change." From Protest to Politics: Women’s Movements and Strengthening Democracies. University of Buffalo. Buffalo, NY. 12 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation. ∆

Carroll, Tamar. "Bloom Where You're Planted: A Humanist at a Tech School." U-M History in the Public Service: A Vision for the Humanities PhD in the 21st Century. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI. 22 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation. ∆

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A.J. Caschetta

Principal Lecturer
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Caschetta, A.J. "“Why Are Academics Ignoring Iran’s Colonialism?”." National Review December 27. (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "“Iranian Protests Are Not About the Price of Gas”." The Hill. December 2 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "“The Iranian Hostage-Takers in 1979 Were Not ‘Students’"." National Review. November 4 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "“Twitter Falls for the Terrorist Wing Scam”." The Daily Wire. October 24 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "“Islamic Reform: Craig Considine’s Bridge to Nowhere”." New English Review October. (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "War Isn’t Over Just Because You Want It To Be Over." The Daily Wire. September 11 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "Middle East Scholars Blame Trump for an Iran Policy 40 Years in the Making." The Hill. August 20 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "Encouraging Palestinians to Swim Uphill." Jewish News Syndicate. August 5 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "U.S.-Saudi Policy Needs a Dose of Realpolitik." The Hill. July 20 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "In Death, Morsi Becomes Mossadeq." New English Review. July 3 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "MESA Demands U.S. Welcome Palestinian Terrorist Apologist Hanan Ashrawi." Jewish News Syndicate. June 16 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "Two More Jihadists Get Out of Jail Early." Washington Examiner. May 25 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "Why the Middle East Studies Association Should Not Defend Omar Barghouti,”." History News Network. May 5 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "The Middle East Comes to Sri Lanka." The Hill. April 26 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "ISIS Bride Hoda Muthana Was an ISIS Propagandist, Not Some Brainwashed Child." Washington Examiner. February 25 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "Al-Shabaab Jumps on the Anti-Israel, Anti-Trump Bandwagon." The Hill. February 13 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "In Criticizing Israel, MESA Ignores Terror Threats on Palestinian Campuses." The Tower. February 6 (2019): N/A. Web. £

Caschetta, A.J. "While 2018 Was a Good Year for Islamists, 2019 is Looking Even Better." Jewish News Syndicate. January 11 (2019): N/A. Web. £

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Conerly Casey

Associate Professor
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Casey, Conerly. "Memories of Violence in Spiritual Renewal." Sikh Formations: Religion, Culture, Theory 15. (2019): 1-13. Web. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Casey, Conerly. "Sensory Stimulations and Ecologies of Healing." Health Humanities: Medicine, Illness, Disability, and Culture. Syracuse University. Syracuse, NY. 26 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Casey, Conerly. "Talking with Spirits: Eco-Intimacy and Spirit Exorcism in the Nigerian Sahel." Department of Linguistics. University of Rochester. Rochester, NY. 6 Dec. 2019. Guest Lecture.

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Juilee Decker

Associate Professor
Department of Performing Arts and Visual Culture
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Decker, Juilee. Enid Yandell Kentucky's Pioneer Sculptor. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 2019. Print. *

Decker, Juilee and Hinda Mandell. Crafting Democracy: Fiber Arts & Activism. Rochester, NY: RIT Press, 2019. Print. ˜

Published Conference Proceedings

Decker, Juilee, et al. "Virtual Historic Docent for a Living History Museum." Proceedings of the Frameless Symposium 2019. Ed. Juilee Decker and David Halbstein. Rochester, NY: RIT Scholarworks, 2019. Web. ˜

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Various, . Crafting Democracy: Fiber Arts and Activism. Dir. Juilee Decker. 1 Aug. 2019. Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County, Rochester. Exhibit. ˜

Various, . Crafting Democracy: Fiber Arts and Activism. Dir. Juilee Decker. 29 Nov. 2019. The Sculpture Center, Cleveland, OH. Exhibit. *

Studies, RIT Archives & Museum. The Stories They Tell 6. 3 Oct. 2019. Wallace Library, RIT, Rochester. Exhibit.

Journal Editor

Decker, Juilee, ed. Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2019. Web. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Decker, Juilee. "Enid Yandell: Kentucky’s Pioneer Sculptor." Book Launch. Filson Historical Society. Louisville, KY. 3 Oct. 2019. Lecture.

Decker, Juilee. "The Life and Work of Kentucky’s Pioneer Sculptor, Enid Yandell." Veritas Society. Bellarmine University. Louisville, KY. 4 Oct. 2019. Keynote Speech. ∆

Decker, Juilee. "An almost breathing likeness: Enid Yandell’s Bronze Bust of J. J. Rucker." Georgetown College Visiting Scholar. Georgetown College. Georgetown, KY. 15 Nov. 2019. Lecture. ∆

Decker, Juilee. "Women’s Work: The Legacy Enid Yandell, Kentucky’s Pioneer Sculptor." Speed Art Museum Public Lecture. Speed Art Museum. Louisville, KY. 17 Nov. 2019. Keynote Speech. ∆

Invited Article/Publication

Decker, Juilee. "Tangible and Intangible Heritage in the Age of #TakeItDown." Landmarks. (2019). Print. ˆ

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Caroline DeLong

Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

DeLong, Caroline M., et al. "North American River Otters (Lontra canadensis) Discriminate Between 2D Objects Varying in Shape and Color." Learning and Behavior 47. 1 (2019): 91-104. Print. *

DeLong, Caroline M., et al. "Visual Perception in a Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus): Successful Recognition of 2D Objects Rotated in the Picture and Depth Planes." Journal of Comparative Psychology Advance online publication. (2019): 1-17. Web. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Pluck, Ryan, et al. "Do North American River Otters (Lontra canadensis) Have a Global or Local Processing Strategy?" 26th Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition. Comparative Cognition Society. Melbourne Beach, FL. 11 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

Wegman, Jessica, et al. "A Preliminary Investigation of Categorization and Visual Object Constancy in North American River Otters (Lontra canadensis)." 26th Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition. Comparative Cognition Society. Melbourne Beach, FL. 13 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

Morrison, Evan and Caroline M. DeLong. "Human Auditory Discrimination of Bottlenose Dolphin Signature Whistles Masked by Noise: Investigating Perceptual Strategies for Anthropogenic Noise Pollution." 26th Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition. Comparative Cognition Society. Melbourne Beach, FL. 11 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

DeLong, Caroline M., et al. "Visual Perception of Rotated 2D Color Representations of Familiar 3D Objects in Goldfish (Carassius auratus)." 26th Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition. Comparative Cognition Society. Melbourne Beach, FL. 10 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

Morrison, Evan and Caroline M. DeLong. "Human Auditory Discrimination of Bottlenose Dolphin Signature Whistles Masked by Noise: Investigating Perceptual Strategies for Anthropogenic Noise Pollution." 177th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Acoustical Society of America. Louisville, KY. 16 May 2019. Conference Presentation. *

DeLong, Caroline M. "Cognitive Research with North American River Otters (Lontra canadensis) at the Seneca Park Zoo: A Presentation for International Otter Day." International Otter Day. Seneca Park Zoo. Rochester, NY. 26 May 2019. Guest Lecture. ∆

Morelli, Janessa, et al. "Categorization of 3D Objects in Goldfish (Carassius auratus)." RIT Undergraduate Research Symposium. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. 1 Aug. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

Wegman, Jessica, et al. "Can North American River Otters (Lontra canadensis) Categorize 2D Objects?" RIT Undergraduate Research Symposium. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. 1 Aug. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

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Rebecca DeRoo

Associate Professor
School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Book Chapter

DeRoo, Rebecca J. "Pleasure, Pain, and Subversion in Agnès Varda’s L’Opera Mouffe [Diary of a Pregnant Woman] (1958)." Plaisirs de Femmes: Women, Pleasure, and Transgression in French Literature and Culture. Ed. Maggie Allison, Elliot Evans, and Carrie Tarr. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang, 2019. 37-54. Print. «

DeRoo, Rebecca J. "Agnes Varda and Ydessa: Engaging Personal and Cultural Histories." Women’s Films: Across Media and Generations. Ed. Ivone Margulies and Jeremi Szaniawski. London, UK: Bloomsbury, 2019. 147-161. Print. «

Invited Keynote/Presentation

DeRoo, Rebecca J. "Les Plages d'Agnes." In Memoriam Series. Dryden Theatre, George Eastman Museum. Rochester, NY. 6 Nov. 2019. Lecture.

DeRoo, Rebecca J. "Daguerreotypes." Cleveland Institute of Art. Cinematheque. Cleveland, OH. 8 Nov. 2019. Lecture.

DeRoo, Rebecca J. "Women, Persecution, and Revolt." Panel Chair. Women in French. Leeds, UK. 19 May 2019. Conference Presentation. «

DeRoo, Rebecca J. "Desire, Resistance, and Power: Agnès Varda’s L’Opera Mouffe." Annual Conference. College Art Association. New York, NY. 14 Feb. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

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Nicholas DiFonzo

Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

DiFonzo, Nicholas. "A Christian Psychology of Rumor." Journal of Psychology and Christianity 38. 1 (2019): 3-21. Print. *

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John Edlund

Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Edlund, John E. and Austin Lee Nichols. Advanced Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences. 1 ed. London, NA: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Print.

Journal Paper

Buck, Ashley E., et al. "Journal of Positive Sexuality, Vol. 5, No. 2, October 2019 © 2019 Center for Positive Sexuality Reactions to Homosexual, Transgender, and Heterosexual Public Displays of Affection." Journal of Positive Sexuality 5. 2 (2019): 34-47. Print. «

Edlund, John E., et al. "Male Sexual Jealousy: Lost Paternity Opportunities?" Psychological Reports 122. 2 (2019): 575-592. Print. «

Edlund, John E., et al. "Psi Chi Is Engaging Undergraduate Students in Publishable Research." Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research 24. 1 (2019): 12-14. Print. «

Sutton, Tina M. and John E. Edlund. "Assessing Self-Selection Bias as a Function of Experiment Title and Description: The Effect of Emotion and Personality." North American Journal of Psychology 21. 2 (2019): 407-422. Print. «

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Robert Glick

Associate Professor
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Glick, Robert. Two Californias. Brooklyn, NY: C&R Press, 2019. Print. «

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Stephanie Godleski

Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Godleski, Stephanie, et al. "Etiological Pathways to Rejection Sensitivity in a High Risk Sample." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45. 5 (2019): 715-727. Print. «

Godleski, Stephanie, Barbara Lohse, and Jodi Stott. "Confirmatory Factor Analyses Support a 4-Factor Structure of the Satter Eating Competence Inventory and Migration of an Internal Regulation Item to the Eating Attitudes subscale." Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 51. 8 (2019): 1003-1010. Print. «

Book Chapter

Godleski, Stephanie and Kenneth Leonard. "Substance use and Substance Problems in Families: How Families Impact and are Impact by Substance use." American Psychological Association Handbook of Contemporary Family Psychology. Ed. B. Fiese. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 2019. 587-602. Print.

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Nickesia Gordon

School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Book Chapter

Gordon, Nickesia Stacyann. "Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Political Correctness in the Era of Trump." Political Correctness in the Era of Trump: Threat to Freedom or Ideological Scapegoat? Ed. Luigi Espositio and Laura Finley. Newcastle Upon Tyne, N/A: Cambridge Scholars, 2019. 61-78. Print. ∆

Gordon, Nickesia Stacyann. "Branding the Nation: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Jamaica Tourist Board’s Commercial Campaigns." Brand Jamaica: Reimagining a National Image and Identity. Ed. Hume Johnson and Kamille Gentles-Peart. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2019. 31-50. Print. «

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Sean Grass

Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Grass, Sean. The Commodification of Identity in Victorian Narrative: Autobiography, Sensation, and the Literary Marketplace. 1st ed. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Print. ˜

Journal Paper

Grass, Sean. "\Accounting for Taste: Very Hard Cash and Middle-Class Readership\." Victorian Periodicals Review 52. 3 (2019): 464-488. Print. *

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Lauren Hall

Associate Professor
Department of Political Science
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Hall, Lauren K. The Medicalization of Birth and Death. 1 ed. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019. Print. *

Book Chapter

Hall, Lauren K. "Burke’s Liberalism: Prejudice, Habit, and Affections and the Remaking of the Social Contract." Reclaiming Liberalism. New York, New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2019. 100-130. Print. *

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Jessica Hardin

Department of Sociology and Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Hardin, Jessica. Faith and the Pursuit of Health: Cardiometabolic Disorders in Samoa. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2019. Print. *

Journal Paper

Hardin, Jessica. "’It’s Almost Like Paying for Praying’: Giving Critiques and the Discursive Management of Denominational Difference." Anthropological Quarterly 92. 4 (2019): 1099-1122. Print. «

Hardin, Jessica and Hanna Garth. "On the Limitations of Barriers: Social Visibility, Fear of Consequences and Weight Management in Cuba and Samoa." Social Science & Medicine. (2019): online first. Print. «

Hardin, Jessica and Chistina Kwauk. "Elemental Eating: Samoan Public Health and Valuation." The Contemporary Pacific 31. 2 (2019): 381-415. Print. «

Hardin, Jessica. "Father Released Me”: Accelerating Care, Temporal Repair, and Ritualized Friendship among Pentecostal Women in Samoa." American Ethnologist 46. 2 (2019): 150-161. Print. «

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Ana Havelka Mestrovic

Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Published Review

Karlovic, Dalibor. Rev. of Psychology, by Ljiljana Pacic Turk, Ana Havelka Mestrovic, and Petra Jandrijevic. RECOVERY OF MEMORY AFTER CEREBRAL ARTERY ANEURYSM SURGERY 2019: 10. Web. *

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Andy Head

Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Performing Arts and Visual Culture
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Gunderson, Lauren. "I and You". 25 Oct. 2019. LBJ-1510 Lab Theatre, Rochester. Performance. ˜

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Kander, John, Fred Ebb, and Joe Masteroff. "Invited Scene: Cabaret." Proceedings of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival - Region 2 Festival 51; Montclair State University; January 15-18, 2019. Ed. Andy Head. Montclair, New Jersey: n.p.. ∆

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Joseph Henning

Associate Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Henning, Joseph M. "'Very Beautiful Heathenism': 'The Light of Asia' in Gilded Age America." Journal of American-East Asian Relations 26. 1 (2019): 21-50. Print. «

Published Review

Henning, Joseph M. Rev. of By More than Providence: Grand Strategy and American Power in the Asia Pacific since 1783, by Michael J. Green. Journal of American History Sep. 2019: 417. Print. ˜

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Andrew Herbert

Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Sutton, Tina M., Andrew M. Herbert, and Dailyn Q. Clark. "Valence, Arousal, and Dominance Ratings for Facial Stimuli." Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 72. 8 (2019): 2046-2055. Print. *

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Rebecca Houston

Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Levine, Jacob A., et al. "Development and Psychometric Evaluation of a Brief Approach and Avoidance of Alcohol Questionnaire." Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 43. 2 (2019): 353-356. Print. *

Ge, Yan, et al. "A Standardised Database of Chinese Emotional Film Clips." Cognition and Emotion 33. 5 (2019): 976-990. Print. *

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Nikolaus Kasimatis

Assistant Professor
Department of Economics
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Robalino, Nikolaus, Daniel Monte, and Ideen Riahi. "Collusion and Turnover in Experience Goods Markets." Review of Economic Design. (2019): 91-111. Print. *

Robalino, Nikolaus and Arthur Robson. "The Biological Foundations of Economic Preferences." Oxford Research Encyclopedia, Economics and Finance. (2019): 1-22. Print. *

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Christine Keiner

Associate Professor
Department of Science, Technology, and Society
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Keiner, Christine. "The Maryland Oyster Aquaculture Transition: Balancing Economics, Ecology, and Equity." Southeastern Geographer 59. (2019): 40-51. Print. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Keiner, Christine. "Roundtable: Revisiting Neptune’s Garden: Science, Technology, and Environment in Oceanic History." North American Society for Oceanic History. North American Society for Oceanic History. New Bedford, Massachusetts. 17 May 2019. Conference Presentation.

Keiner, Christine. "The Unbuilt Central American Sea-Level Canal and the Environmental History of Unrealized Megaprojects." American Society for Environmental History. American Society for Environmental History. Columbus, Ohio. 11 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Keiner, Christine. "Domesticating the Maryland Oyster: From Regulated Commons to Aquaculture Enterprise Zones." Agricultural Historical Society. Agricultural Historical Society. Washington, DC. 7 Jun. 2019. Conference Presentation.

National/International Competition Award Winner

Keiner, Christine. Journal of the History of Biology. 2019 Everett Mendelsohn Prize. Utrecht, Netherlands, 2019.

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Mary Kitzel

Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Kitzel, Mary E. "Making Deaf Rochester: The Development of a Deaf Community." Wentworth College Lecture Series. Wentworth College, York University. York, UK. 8 Jul. 2019. Guest Lecture.

Kitzel, Mary E. "Making Their Place Here: 19th Century Deaf Rochester." Rochester's Rich History. Rochester Central Library, Office of the City Historian. Rochester, New York. 16 Mar. 2019. Lecture.

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Ammina Kothari

Associate Professor
School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

A, Kothari, and Tsakarestou, B. "Hack the Camp’: An Entrepreneurial Public Diplomacy and Social Intervention Initiative to Address the Refugee Crisis in Greece." International Communication Gazette. (2019): 1-20. Web. *

Published Conference Proceedings

K, Rook,, et al. "A Study of User Intent in Immersive Smart Spaces." Proceedings of the Workshop on Pervasive Smart Living Spaces (at PerCom 2019). Ed. IEEE. Kyoto, Japan: IEEE, Web. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

A, Kothari, and Shackelford, L. "Data Sense-Making." Data and Stories in Healthcare interdisciplinary workshop in Medical Humanities. University Medical Center Berlin. Berlin, Germany. 5 Dec. 2019. Conference Presentation. ∆

A, Kothari, and Ehmer, E. "Understanding Public Engagement with #Refugee on Twitter: A Digital Movement of Opinion Framework." Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. AEJMC. Toronto, Canada. 7 Aug. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

E, Ehmer, and Kothari, A. "Malaysia and the Rohingya: Media, Migration, and Politics." Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. AEJMC. Toronto, Canada. 6 Aug. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

A, Kothari,. "#CanYouHearUsNow? Decoding Muslim-American Women’s Responses to Donald Trump on Twitter." International Communication Association. ICA. Washington, DC. 25 May 2019. Conference Presentation. *

Kothari, Ammina and Laura Shackelford. "Data Sense-Making." Data and Stories in Healthcare interdisciplinary workshop in Medical Humanities,. University Medical Center Berlin. Berlin, Germany. 6 Dec. 2019. Conference Presentation. £

Invited Article/Publication

A, Kothari,. "Newsrooms." The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies. (2019). Web. ∆

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Christine Kray

Associate Professor
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Book Chapter

Church, Minette C., Jason Yaeger, and Christine A. Kray. "Re-Centering the Narrative: British Colonial Memory and the San Pedro Maya." Archaeologies of the British in Latin America. Ed. Charles E. Orser, Jr.. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International, 2019. 73-97. Print. *

Published Review

Kray, Christine A. Rev. of Telling and Being Told: Storytelling and Cultural Control in Contemporary Yucatec Maya Literatures, by Paul M. Worley. Journal of American Folklore 2017: 130 (516): 223-225. Print. ∆

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Kray, Christine A. "“Before you put an ‘I Voted’ Sticker on Susan B. Anthony’s Grave, Remember she was a Racist”: Trumpian Abjection and the Stickiness of White Feminism." 2019 Feminist-Pragmatist Colloquium. St. John Fisher College. Rochester, NY. 15 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation. £

Kray, Christine A. "Writing against Culture: Dramatizing the Caste War in British Honduras." Annual meetings. American Society for Ethnohistory. State College, PA. 27 Sep. 2019. Conference Presentation. £

Kray, Christine A. "Crosses, Burned Churches, and Kidnapped Priests: Ambivalent Maya Catholics in 19th-century British Honduras." Annual meetings. Society for American Archaeology. Albuquerque, NM. 12 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation. £

Kray, Christine A. "A Renaissance of Feminist Ritual: Susan B. Anthony’s Grave on Election Day." Conference on “The Uses and Abuses of History in the Trump Era”. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. 28 Mar. 2019. Conference Presentation.

Kray, Christine A. and Tamar W. Carroll. "Nasty Women and Bad Hombres: Gender and Race in the 2016 US Presidential Election." Invited webinar for Rochester Institute of Technology alumni. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY. 9 Jan. 2019. Address.

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Wenjie Liao

Department of Sociology and Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Liao, Wenjie. "Legitimacy of authoritarian law: Legal compliance in China." International Sociology 34. 6 (2019): 675-695. Print. «

Ebert, Kim, Wenjie Liao, and Emily P. Estrada. "Apathy and Color-Blindness in Privatized Immigration Control." Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. (2019): online first. Web. «

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Uli Linke

Professor
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Book Chapter

Linke, Uli. "Language as Battleground: ‘Speaking’ the Nation, Lingual Citizenship, and Diversity Management in Post-Unification Germany." Refugees Welcome? Difference and Diversity in a Changing Germany. Ed. Jan-Jonathan Bock and Sharon Macdonald. New York/Oxford, USA and UK: Berghahn Books, 2019. 41-66. Print. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Linke, Uli. "The Optics of Dispossession: Urban Poverty as Political Art." Session: The City as a Work of Art: Examining Artistic Influences on Urban Transformation (Part 1). American Anthropological Association/Canadian Association of Social Anthropology. Vancouver, Canada. 21 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation. £

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Hinda Mandell

Associate Professor
School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Decker, Juilee and Hinda Mandell. Crafting Democracy: Fiber Arts and Activism. Rochester, NY: RIT Press, 2019. Print. ˜

Mandell, Hinda. Crafting Dissent: Handicraft as Protest from the American Revolution to the Pussyhats. New York City, NY: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019. Print. *

Book Chapter

Mandell, Hinda. "Stigma, Shame, Sex Scandals, and Whiteness in Buffalo, New Yok." Gender, race, and social identity in American politics. Ed. Lori L. Montalbano. New York City, NY: Lexington Books, 2019. 43-58. Print. *

Mandell, Hinda. "Birthing a \'Jewbilly\' Identity Through Wife-work and Mothering: The Lineage of Family Narrative from Appalachia to Suburbia." Critical Perspectives on Wives: Roles, Representations, Identities and Work. Ed. Lynn O'Brien Hallstein and Rebecca Jaremko Bromwich. Bradford, Ontario: Demeter Press, 2019. 99-118. Print. «

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Decker, Juilee and Hinda Mandell. Crafting Democracy: Fiber Arts and Activism. n.d. Anthony Mascioli Gallery, The Sculpture Center, Bevier Gallery, and more, Rochester and Cleveland. Exhibit. £

Decker, Juilee and Hinda Mandell. Crafting Democracy: Fiber Arts and Activism. n.d. Anthony Mascioli Gallery, The Sculpture Center, Bevier Gallery, and more, Rochester and Cleveland. Exhibit. £

Decker, Juilee and Hinda Mandell. Crafting Democracy: Fiber Arts and Activism. n.d. Anthony Mascioli Gallery, The Sculpture Center, Bevier Gallery, and more, Rochester and Cleveland. Exhibit. £

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Bonnie Mc Cracken

Visiting Lecturer
School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Nickels, Bonnie M. "Love Locked Up: An Exploration of Relationship Maintenance and Perceived Barriers for Women Who Have Incarcerated Partners." Journal of Family Communication 20. 1 (2020): 1-15. Print. *

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Nickels, Bonnie M., Kelly E. Tenzek, and Tahleen Wright. "This is Us: An Analysis of Mediated end-of-life Family Communication." National Communication Association 2019 Conference. National Communication Association. Baltimore, MD. 16 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

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Laverne McQuiller

Professor
Dean's Office
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Williams, LaVerne McQuiller, Judy L. Porter, and Kristy Love. "Interaction of Auditory Status, Child Maltreatment and Victimization of Intimate Partner Violence." Journal of Social Sciences 6. (2019): 1-8. Web. *

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Richard Newman

Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Newman, Richard. Love Canal: A Toxic History from Colonial Times to the Present. New Paperback Edition ed. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2019. Print. * £ ˆ

Newman, Richard. Abolitionism: A Very Short Introduction. Audiobook edition ed. New York City, NY: Tantor Audio, 2019. Web. ˆ

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Danielle Pafunda

Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Pafunda, Danielle. Beshrew. Block Island, RI: Dusie Press, 2019. Print.

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Esa Rantanen

Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Hyönä, Jukka, Lauri Oksama, and Esa Rantanen. "Tracking the Identity of Moving Words: Stimulus Complexity and Familiarity Affects Tracking Accuracy." Applied Cognitive Psychology. (2019): 1-14. Web. * £

Published Conference Proceedings

Buck, Ashley and Esa M. Rantanen. "Multiple Identity Tracking and Motion Extrapolation." Proceedings of the 20th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, OH, May 7–10, 2019. Ed. Michael Vidulich and Pamela Tsang. Dayton, OH: n.p., Print. £

Hannon, Daniel, et al. "A Human Factors Engineering Education Perspective on Data Science, Machine Learning and Automation." Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2019 Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, October 28–November 2, 2019. Ed. HFES. Washington, DC: SAGE Publications, Print. *

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Montoya, Juanita and Esa M. Rantanen. "Psychosocial Aspects of Workload in Nursing." Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2019 Health Care Symposium. Chicago, IL, March 25, 2019. Ed. HFES. Washington, DC: n.p.. £

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Rebecca Scales

Associate Professor
Department of Performing Arts and Visual Culture, Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Scales, Rebecca P. "La Tribune de l’Invalide: Radio Broadcasting, Disability Activism, and the Remaking of the French Welfare State." French Politics, Culture, and Society 37. 3 (2019): 53-78. Print. «

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Scales, Rebecca P. "Radio Broadcasting, Disability Activism, and the Welfare State in Liberation-Era France." Department of History. Leeds University. Leeds, UK. 29 Mar. 2019. Lecture.

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Lindsay Schenkel

Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Popov, Victoria A. and Schenkel, Lindsay S. "Independent Contributions of Child Maltreatment and Schizotypy on Social Cognition and Interpersonal Functioning." Proceedings of the Society for Research in Psychopathology. Buffalo, NY. September, 2019. Ed. SRP. Buffalo, New York: n.p.. *

LaRock, Kristina M., et al. "Alexithymia and Maternal Attachment as Mediators in the Relationship between Child Maltreatment and Bipolar Symptomatology in Young Adults." Proceedings of the Society for Research in Psychopathology. Buffalo, NY. September, 2019. Ed. SRP. Buffalo, New York: n.p.. *

Popov, Victoria A. and Schenkel, Lindsay S. "Sign Language and Deaf Cultural Identity as Protective Factors against Psychological Maladjustment among Deaf College Students." Proceedings of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Annual Convention, New York, NY. November, 2019. Ed. ABCT. Atlanta, Georgia: n.p.. *

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Corinna Schlombs

Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Schlombs, Corinna. Productivity Machines: German Appropriations of American Technology from Mass Production to Computer Automation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2019. Print. *

Journal Paper

Schlombs, Corinna. "Unerkannte Personen der Computertechnik: Dateneingabe im Bankwesen." Ferrum 91. (2019): 86-92. Print. ∆

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Brian Schroeder

Professor
Department of Philosophy
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Schroeder, Brian. "Hiding Between Basho and Chōra: Re-imagining and Re-placing the Elemental." Research in Phenomenology 49. 3 (2019): 335-361. Print. * £

Book Chapter

Schroeder, Brian Shūdō. "What is the Trace of the Original Face? Levinas, Buddhism, and the Mystery of Animality." Face-to-Face with Animals: Levinas and the Animal Question. Ed. Peter Atterton and Tamra Wright. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2019. 185-202. Print. * £

Schroeder, Brian. "Foreword: The Global-Historical Movement of Integral Thinking." Dancing with Sophia: Integral Philosophy on the. Ed. Sean Esbjörn-Hargens and Michael Schwartz. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2019. xiii-xvi. Print. ∆ £

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Schroeder, Brian Shūdō. "Living the Great Death." Why the Kyoto School Today? Conference. King’s University College. London, Ontario, Canada. 23 Mar. 2019. Keynote Speech.

Schroeder, Brian. "Time to Bloom: On Agamben and Debord." Society for Italian Philosophy. Stony Brook University. Stony Brook, NY. 29 Mar. 2019. Conference Presentation. £

Schroeder, Brian. "Becoming-Sorcerer, Becoming-Dao: Daoism, Deleuze, and Guattari." Comparative and Continental Philosophy Circle. University of Leiden. Leiden, The Netherlands. 24 May 2019. Conference Presentation. £

Schroeder, Shūdō Brian. "Qi Cultivation and Zen Practice." Dharma Talk. Eishōji Sōtō Zen Center. Seattle, WA. 8 Jun. 2019. Lecture. £

Schroeder, Shūdō Brian. "Wandering and Wondering: On Being Here in the Now." Dharma Talk. Bellevue Zen Center. Bellevue, WA. 8 Sep. 2019. Lecture. ∆

Schroeder, Brian. "Zen, Daoism, and the Environment." Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition Preconference Workshop. Seattle University. Seattle, WA. 10 Sep. 2019. Conference Presentation. ∆

Schroeder, Shūdō Brian. "Lost at Sea: Finding One’s Way in the Ocean of Buddha-Nature." Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition. Seattle University. Seattle, WA. 14 Sep. 2019. Conference Presentation. £

Schroeder, Brian. "Emptiness and Nihilism: Altizer and Buddhism." Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy,. Duquesne University. Pittsburgh, PA. 31 Oct. 2019. Conference Presentation. ∆

Schroeder, Brian. "Nomadism and Bioregionalism." International Association for Environmental Philosophy. Duquesne University. Pittsburgh, PA. 1 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation. «

Schroeder, Shūdō Brian. "Intrinsic Buddha-Nature: Śākyamuni’s Great Realization." Rohatsu Dharma Talk. Eishōji Sōtō Zen Center. Seattle, WA. 7 Dec. 2019. Lecture. ∆

Schroeder, Brian. "The Role of Philosophy in Contemporary Society." College of Fellows. Western Sydney University. Sydney, WA. 27 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation. ∆

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Jonathan Schroeder

Professor
School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Schroeder, Jonathan, Anna Westerthal Stenport, and Ezster Szalczer, eds. August Strindberg and Visual Culture: The Emergence of Optical Modernity in Image, Text and Theatre. New York, NY: Bloomsbury, 2019. Print. *

Journal Paper

Schroeder, Jonathan, Janet Borgerson, and Zhiyan Wu. "A Brand Culture Approach to Brand Literacy: Consumer Co-creation and Emerging Chinese Luxury Brands." Studies on Cultural Management in China 1. (2019): 1-10. Print. £

Book Chapter

Schroeder, Jonathan. "Brand Culture." The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Ed. George Ritzer and Chris Rojek. London, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2019. 1-2. Web. ∆

Schroeder, Jonathan. "Visual Consumption." The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, Second Edition. Ed. George Ritzer and Chris Rojek. London, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2019. 1-2. Web. ∆

Invited Paper

Karababa, Eminigül and Jonathan Schroeder. "Non-Western Markets and Consumer Cultures: Special Issue." Journal of Historical Research in Marketing. (2019). Print. «

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Borgerson, Janet and Jonathan Schroeder. Designed for Hi-Fi Living. 1 Apr. 2019. McKenzie Commons RIT, Rochester. Exhibit. £

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Borgerson, Janet and Jonathan Schroeder. "Critical Visual Analysis." Communication and Culture Roundtable. Audencia Business School. Nante, FR. 19 Jun. 2019. Lecture. ∆

Schroeder, Jonathan and Janet Borgerson. "Race in Midcentury Album Covers." Race in the Marketplace Forum. RIM. Paris, FR. 26 Jun. 2019. Lecture. £

Schroeder, Jonathan. "Non-Fiction Publishing." The Ladder Literary Conference. Writers and Books. Rochester, NY. 8 Jun. 2019. Conference Presentation. ∆

Schroeder, Jonathan. "Everyday We Write The Book: The Pleasures, Perils, and Possibilities of Writing CCT-Based Books." Consumer Culture Theory Conference. Consumer Culture Theory Consortium. Montreal, QC. 19 Jul. 2019. Conference Presentation. * £

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Laura Shackelford

Associate Professor
Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Shackelford, Laura. "Data Sense-Making." Data and Stories in Digital Health Care. Mixed Methods for Medical Humanities Workshop. Charité – University Medical Center. Berlin, DE. 6 Dec. 2019. Conference Presentation. ≠

Invited Article/Publication

Laura, Shackelford,. "Reading Forensics: La Biblioteca Roja: Brevísima relación de la destrucción de los libros." Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism. (2019). Print. ∆

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Stephen Sims

Department of Political Science
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Sims, Stephen Patrick. "Ciceronian International Society." Journal of International Political Theory. (2019): 1-19. Web. «

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Whitney Sperrazza

Department of English
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Sperrazza, Whitney. "Knowing Mary Wroth's Pamphilia." Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 19. 3 (2019): 1-35. Print. *

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Kaitlin Stack Whitney

Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Science, Technology, and Society
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Schlager, Samuel C Zipper, Kaitlin Stack Whitney, Jillian M Deines, Kevin M Befus, Udit Bhatia, Sam J Albers, Janice Beecher, Christa Brelsford, Margaret Garcia, Tom Gleeson, Frances O’Donnell, David Resnik, Edella. "Balancing Open Science and Data Privacy in the Water Sciences." Water Resources Research 55. 7 (2019): 5202-5211. Print. *

Whitney, Evan Morrison, Alexandra Shipman, Shradha Shrestha, Evan Squier, Kaitlin Stack. "Evaluating The Ocean Cleanup, a Marine Debris Removal Project in the North Pacific Gyre, Using SWOT Analysis." Case Studies in the Environment. (2019): N/A. Web. *

Ruder, Elizabeth H. and Kaitlin Stack Whitney. "Inclusion of Individuals with Disabilities in Academy Diversity Initiatives." Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 119. 10 (2019): 1619–1620. Web. £

A, Lauer, et al. "Scientific meetings for all." Eos 101. (2020): N/A. Web. £

Invited Article/Publication

Whitney, Christie A Bahlai, Lewis J Bartlett, Kevin R Burgio, Auriel MV Fournier, Carl N Keiser, Timothee Poisot, Kaitlin Stack. "Open Science Isn't Always Open to All Scientists: Current efforts to make research more accessible and transparent can reinforce inequality within STEM professions." American Scientist. (2019). Print. ˆ

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Sean Sutton

Professor
Department of Political Science
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Sutton, Sean D.(ed). Biotechnology, Our Future As Human Beings and Citizens. New York, NY: SUNY Press, 2009. Print. *

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Tina Sutton

Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Sutton, Tina M., Andrew M. Herbert, and Dailyn Q. Clark. "Valence, Arousal, and Dominance Ratings for Facial Stimuli." Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 72. 8 (2019): 2046-2055. Print. *

Sutton, Tina M. and John E. Edlund. "Assessing Self-selection Bias as a Function of Experiment Title and Description: The Effect of Emotion and Personality." North American Journal of Psychology 21. 2 (2019): 407-422. Print. *

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Sutton, Tina M., Ryan Hildebrandt, and Roni Crumb. "State Dependent Learning and Note-taking Strategies." Proceedings of the 31st Annual Convention for the Association of Psychological Science, Washington DC May 23-26. Ed. Nathalie L. Rothert. Washington, DC: n.p.. *

Hildebrant, Ryan and Tina M. Sutton. "Investigating Emotion-label and Emotion-laden Words in a Semantic Satiation Paradigm." Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Montreal, Canada, November 14-17th. Ed. Duane Watson. Montreal, Canada: n.p.. *

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Robert Ulin

Professor
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Published Review

Ulin, Robert C. "Review of Chaia Heller's Food, Farms and Solidarity." Rev. of Food, Farms and Solidarity: French Farmers Challenge Industrial Agriculture & Genetically Modified Crops, by Chaia Heller. Review of Food, Farms and Solidarity Aug. 2014: 599-600. Print. *

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Jeffrey Wagner

Professor
Department of Economics
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Grzelka, Zachary and Jeffrey Wagner. "Managing Satellite Debris in Low-Earth Orbit: Incentivizing Ex Ante Satellite Quality and Ex Post Take-Back Programs." Environmental and Resource Economics 74. 1 (2019): 319-336. Print. «

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Kristoffer Whitney

Assistant Professor
Department of Science, Technology, and Society
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Published Review

Whitney, Kristoffer. "Book Review." Rev. of Listening in the Field: Recording and the Science of Birdsong, by Joeri Bruyninckx. Journal of the History of Biology 1 Jul. 2019: 491-492. Print. ∆

Whitney, Kristoffer. "Book Review." Rev. of Animal Musicalities: Birds, Beasts, and Evolutionary Listening, by Rachel Mundy. Environmental History 6 Aug. 2019: 832-834. Print. ∆

Invited Article/Publication

Whitney, Kristoffer. "Margaret Morse Nice thought like a song sparrow and changed how scientists understand animal behavior." The Conversation. (2019). Web.

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Tracy Worrell

Associate Professor
School of Communication
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Worrell, Tracy and Kelly Martin. "Vivid Evidence: The Development of Design Principle Scales for Visual Communication." National Communication Association. Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, New York. 15 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation. *

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Hiroko Yamashita

Professor
Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
College of Liberal Arts

2019 Submissions

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Yamashita, Hiroko and Franklin Chang. "Is Explicit Teaching of Second Languages Always Helpful? An Artificial Language Study." Proceedings of the Thirty-second Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. Ed. Albert Kim. Boulder, CO: n.p.. *

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