Wellesley celebrates a year’s worth of faculty scholarship.
Senior Music Performance Faculty in Vocal Jazz
“Longing”, Jazzbird Records
Professor of Spanish
Agosin, M. Harbors of Light White, Pine Press (2016).
Agosin, M. Imagining Anne Frank, Solis Press (2017).
Mildred Lane Kemper Professor Emerita of Art
Armstrong, Lilian. Petrarch’s Famous Men in the Early Renaissance: The Illuminated Copies of Felice Feliciano’s Edition. Eds. Jill Kraye and Charles Burnett. London: The Warburg Institute. (2016).
Armstrong, Lilian. Beyond Words: Illuminated Manuscripts in Boston Collections. Exh. cat. (Cambridge, Harvard University, Houghton Library; Boston, Boston College; Boston, Isabella Stewart Garder Museum, 2016-2017). Ed. Lisa Fagin Davis, Anne Marie Eze, Jeffrey Hamburger, Nancy Netzer, William Stoneman. 273, “Renaissance Liturgical Books” (essay); 297, “Book Decoration and the Advent of Printing” (essay); and 9 catalogue entries, pp. 60, No. 42; 168, No. 134; 265-6, No. 215; 278-9, No. 223; 280, No. 224; 294, No. 234-5; 299, No. 236; 300, No. 237; 304-305, No.242. Boston. (2016).
Armstrong, Lilian. “The Master of the Donato Commission: Four Choirbooks.” Bollettino d’Arte, Series VII. 28, 35-60. (2017).
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Bahns, A. J.; Gillath, O.; Burghart, H. A. “Eye Movements When Looking at Potential Friends and Romantic Partners.” Archives of Sexual Behavior.(2017).
Bahns, A. J., “Preference, Opportunity and Choice: A multilevel analysis of diverse friendship formation.” Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. (2017).
Bahns, A. J. “Prejudice is a General Evaluation, Not a Specific Emotion. [Invited peer commentary on “On the deep structure of social affect: attitudes, emotions, sentiments, and the case of ’contempt’” by M. M. Gervais and D. M. T. Fessler].” Behavioral and Brain Sciences. (2017).
Lecturer in Computer Science
Bassem, Christine; Murphy, Hannah; Qiu, Amy; and Shum, Megan, “Snap’N’Go: Towards Coordinating the Crowd in Mobile Crowd Sensing Platforms”. Presented as Work-In-Progress in HCOMP(2017).
Visiting Lecturer in the Writing Program
Battat, Erin; Han, Eunjung; Carbonetto, Peter; Ross, E., et al. “Clustering of 770,000 genomes reveals post-colonial population structure of North America.” Nature Communications. Vol 8. (2017)
Battat, Erin. “Steinbeck, John.” Encyclopedia of American Studies. Ed. by Simon J. Bronner. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, (2017).
Assistant Professor of Physics
Battat, J.B.R., et al. [DRIFT collaboration], “Low threshold results and limits from the DRIFT directional dark matter detector,” Astroparticle Physics, 91, 65–74 (2017).
Yang, C.; Sheng, J.; Sridhar, A.; Herbordt, M.C.; Nicoloff, C.; Battat, J.B.R.; “An FPGA-based data acquisition system for directional Dark Matter detection,” in High Performance Extreme Computing Conference (HPEC), IEEE 1–8 (2017).
Theodora L. and Stanley H. Feldberg Professor of Art
Berman, P., “The Business of Being Edvard Munch,” in Edvard Munch: Between the Clock and the Bed, (exh. cat.), ed. Sheena Wagstaff, Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y. and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, pp. 46-57, 127-132. (2017).
Berman, P., “Scratching the Surface: On and In Self Portrait (1895),” Kunst og Kultur, Vol. 100, no. 1, 75-95. (also volume editor) (February 2017).
Berman, P. “Baroque Modernism,” in J. F. Willumsen - Den vilde, vovede og sene Willumsen, ed. Jeanne Rank Schelde, (exh. cat.), ARoS Kunstmuseum, Aarhus (2017).
Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities & Professor of English
Bidart, Frank. Half Light: Collected Poems 1965-2016. Farrar Straus & Giroux. (2017).
Bidart, Frank, "Mourning What We Thought We Were" (poem) The New Yorker, published January 23, 2017
Visiting Lecturer, Writing Program
Bryant, Heather, “My Wedding Dress”, (2016).
Bryant, Heather, “Thunderstorm”, (2017).
Gordon P. Lang and Althea P. Lang ’26 Professor of Biological Sciences
Buchholtz, E.A. and Gee, J.K. “Finding Sacral: Developmental Evolution of the Axial Skeleton of Odontocetes (Cetacea)”, Evolution and Development DOI:10.1111/ede.12227. (2017).
Professor of Political Science
Burke, Thomas F. and Barnes, Jeb. Eds. Varieties of Legal Order: The Politics of Adversarial and Bureaucratic Legalism. New York: Routledge Press. (2017).
Marshall I. Goldman Professor of Economics
Butcher, Kristin; Anderson, Patricia M.; Whitmore Schanzenbach, Diane, “Adequate (or Adipose?) Yearly Progress: Assessing the Effect of ’No Child Left Behind’ on Children's Obesity,” Education Finance and Policy, vol. 12, iss. 1, , pp.54-76. (Winter 2017).
Butcher, Kristin; Park, Kyung, Piehl, Anne, “Comparing Apples and Oranges: Differences in Women’s and Men’s Incarceration and Sentencing Outcomes,” Journal of Labor Economics, vol. 35, No. S1, pp. S201-S234. (July 2017).
Butcher, Kristin and Munoz, Ana Patricia, "Using Credit Reporting Agency Data to Assess the Link Between the Community Reinvestment Act and Consumer Credit Outcomes," Kristin F. Butcher and Ana Patricia Munoz, Cityscape, Vol. 19, No.2.
Associate Professor of Political Science
Candland, Christopher, “Resistance to Reform? The Pakistani Madrasah” in Historical and Political Perspective.” Living the Faith, Engaging the Mind: Rethinking Madrasah Education in the Modern World, Mukhlis Abu Bakar, ed. Routledge (2017).
Candland, C.; Nurjanah, S., “Indonesian Political Party Commitment to Equal Access to Party Leadership and Elected Office” report for International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, UN Development Program, and UN Women (2017).
Associate Professor of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences
Carpenter, Angela C and Levitt, Andrea G., “Rhythm in the speech and music of jazz and riddim musicians”. Music Perception 34:1 94-103. DOI: 10.1525/mp.2016.34.1.94 (2016).
Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women
Charmaraman, L.; Chan, H.; Price, T. and Richer, A. “Surviving and thriving: Women of color cultivating virtual social capital”, in K. E. Tassie and S. M. Brown (Eds.), Women of color and social media multitasking: Blogs, timelines, feeds, and community (pp. 1-19). New York: Lexington Books. (2015).
Phyllis Henderson Carey Professor of Music
Fontijn, Claire. Review of Thiemo Wind, Jacob van Eyck and the Others&emdash;Dutch Solo Repertoire for Solo Recorder in the Golden Age. Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music 19 Electronic journal, no page numbers. (2013).
Professor of Economics
Coile, C.; Auerbach, A.; Charles, K.; Gale, W.; Goldman, D.; Lee, R.; Lucas, C.; Orszag, P.; Sheiner, L.; Tysinger, B.; Weil, D.; Wolfers, J.; Wong, R. “How the Growing Gap in Life Expectancy May Affect Retirement Benefits and Reforms.” The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance. (2017).
Coile, Courtney C.; Milligan, Kevin; and Wise, David A., “Health Capacity to Work at Older Ages: Evidence from the U.S.” in Social Security and Retirement Around the World: The Capacity to Work at Older Ages, David A. Wise, ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (2017).
Coile, Courtney C.; Milligan, Kevin; and Wise, David A., “Introduction and Summary” in Social Security and Retirement Around the World: The Capacity to Work at Older Ages, David A. Wise ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (2017).
Associate Professor of Peace and Justice Studies
Confortini, Catia; Basu, Soumita. “Weakest ’P’ in the 1325 Pod? Realizing Conflict Prevention through Security Council Resolution 1325.” International Studies Perspectives. 18:1 (2017).
Confortini, Catia. “Transnational Feminist Praxis and the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom in the Aftermath of the Second World War.” Transnational Actors in War and Peace. Ed. by Miriam Anderson and David Malet. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press. (2017).
Confortini, Catia. “Past as Prefigurative Prelude: Feminist Peace Activists and IR.” What’s the Point of International Relations? Ed. by Synne L. Dyvik, Jan Selby, Rorden Wilkinson. New York: Routledge. (2017).
Confortini, Catia. “Review of Rape Loot Pillage: The Political Economy of Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict.” American Review of Politics. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. 36:1. (2017).
Confortini, Catia. “Race and Sex at the UN: Review of Sylvanna Falc—n’s Power Interrupted: Antiracist and Feminist Activism Inside the United Nations.” Women’s Review of Books. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press. (2017).
Lecturer in Africana Studies
Davis, Ophera. Book Review [Black Families: A Systems Approach by Anthony James]. Cognella.com (2017).
Camilla Chandler Frost Professor of Environmental Studies
DeSombre, Elizabeth, R. Global Environmental Institutions, 2nd edition. Routledge Press. (2017).
DeSombre, Elizabeth, R., “Superstack, 1970.” It’s All Happening So Fast: A Counter-History of the Modern Canadian Environment. Eds. By Lev Bratishenko and Mirko Zardiini. Quebec: Canadian Centre for Architecture and Jap Sam Books. (2016).
DeSombre, Elizabeth R. “The Environmental Effects of Ocean Shipping and Science-Policy Interface.” Oceans of Information: Elucidating Information Use at the Science-Policy Interface in Coastal and Ocean Manageement, Eds. Bertrum H. MacDonald, Elizabeth M. De Santo, Suzette S. Soomai and Peter G. Wells. CRC Press (Taylor & Francis Group). (2016).
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Ellison, Susan. “You Have to Comply with Paper: Debt, Documents, and Legal Consciousness in Bolivia.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 23 (3). (2017).
Ellison, Susan. “Corrective Capacities: From Unruly Politics to Democratic Capacitaci—n.” Cambridge Journal of Anthropology. 35 (1). (2017).
Ellison, Susan. Book Review: “Owners of the Sidewalk: Security and Survival in the Informal City” by Daniel M. Goldstein. Durham: Duke University Press, 2016. Anthropological Quarterly. 90(2). pp. 537-542. (2017).
Professor of Chemistry
Elmore, D.E.; Slim, S.; Wang, P.; Beyer, B.N.; Cutrona, K.J.; and Radhakrishnan, M.L. “Investigating the Nucleic Acid Interactions of Histone-Derived Antimicrobial Peptides.” 591, 706-717. (2017).
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Fernandez, Oscar E. The Calculus of Happiness, published by Princeton University Press (2017).
Assistant Professor of Economics
Fetter, Daniel. “The Home Front: Rent Control and the Rapid Wartime Increase in Home Ownership.” Journal of Economic History, vol. 76, issue 04, 1001-1043. (2016).
Louise Sherwood McDowell and Sarah Frances Whiting Professor of Astrophysics & Professor of Astronomy
French, Richard G.; McGhee-French, C. A.; Lonergan, K.; Sepersky, T.; Jacobson, R. A.; Nicholson, P. D.; Hedman, M. M.; Marouf, E. A.; and Colwell, J. E.: “Noncircular features in Saturn's rings IV: Absolute radius scale and Saturn's pole direction”. Icarus 290, 14-45. (2017).
Grace Slack McNeil Professor of American Art & Professor of Art
Friedman, Alice T. and Massey, Anne. Spaces of Faith; Special Issue of Interiors: Design, Architecture, Culture. 6.3. (2015/2016).
Friedman, Alice T. “Through the Network of Wires: John Cage, Richard Lippold and Postwar Syncretism.” Spaces of Faith; Special Issue of Interiors: Design, Architecture, Culture. 6.3. 235-258. (2015/2016).
Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies
Galarneau, Charlene. Communities of Health Care Justice. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. (2016).
Professor of Classical Studies
Gilhuly, Kate. Erotic Geographies in Ancient Greek Literature and Culture. Routledge. (2018).
Distinguished Visiting Professor of Women and Gender Studies
Gilmore, Leigh. Tainted Witness: Why We Doubt What Women Say About Their Lives. Columbia University Press. (2017).
Gilmore, Leigh. “Refugee/Citizen: Mediating Testimony through Image and Narrative in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina.” a/b: Auto/Biography Studies. Special Issue: Refugee Life Writing. 32.3. (2017).
Gilmore, Leigh. “The Life of the Body in American Autobiography: The Year in the U.S.” Biography. 39.4, 1-6. (2016).
Gilmore, Leigh. “Testimony.” a/b: Auto/Biography Studies. Special Issue: The Future of Life Writing, 32.2, 307-309. (2017).
Gilmore, Leigh. “Public Grief: Reading Joan Didion’s Grief Memoirs in the Context of Black Lives Matter.” a/b: Auto/Biography Studies. 31.3. (2016).
Gilmore, Leigh. “Joan Didion’s Style.” a/b: Auto/Biography Studies. 31.3. (2016).
Gilmore, Leigh. “It Wasn’t Just Fake News Presenting a Fake Hillary Clinton.” The Conversation. (2016).
Gilmore, Leigh. “Stanford Sexual Assault: What Changed With the Survivor’s Testimony.” The Conversation. (2016).
Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women
Kruger, J.R.; Kim, P.; Iyer, V.; Marko-Holguin, M.; Fogel, J.; DeFrino, D.; Gladstone, T.; and Van Voorhees, B. “Evaluation of protective and vulnerability factors for depression following an internet-based intervention to prevent depression in at-risk adolescents.” International Journal of Mental Health Promotion.
Professor of Psychology
Gleason, T., “ The psychological significance of play with imaginary companions in early childhood”, Learning and Behavior. doi: 10.3758/s13420-017-0284-z. (2017).
Gleason, T.R.; Theran, S.A.; and Newberg, E.M., “Parasocial interactions and relationships in early adolescence”, Frontiers in Psychology: Developmental, 8, 255. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00255 (2017).
Narvaez, D.; Gleason, T.; Lefever, J.B.; Wang, L.; and Cheng, A. “Early experience and triune ethics orientation”, in D. Narvaez (Ed.), Embodied morality: Protectionism, engagement and imagination. New York, NY: Palgrave-Macmillan. (2016).
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience
Gobes, S.M.H; Jennings, R.B.*; Maeda, R,K*, “The sensitive period for auditory-vocal learning in the zebra finch: consequences of limited-model availability and multiple-tutor paradigms on song imitation.” Behavioral Processes. (2017).
*denotes Student Co-Authors
Assistant Professor of Art
Greene, Nikki A. “In Spades: David Hammons as Esu.” Dark Humor: Joyce J. Scott and Peter Williams. Towson, MD: Center for the Arts Gallery, Towson University. Exhibition Catalog. (2017).
Greene, Nikki A. “’Wind, Sunshine and Flowers’: The Visual Cadences of Alma Thomas’s Washington, DC.” Alma Thomas. New York; Saratoga Springs; Studio Museum in Harlem; Tang Teaching Museum. Exhibition Catalog. (2016).
Greene, Nikki A. “Beyond Mona Lisa Smile: Art, Race, and Social Media.” Edify. (Jan., 2017).
Greene, Nikki A., “Tear Down the Confederate Monuments—But What’s Next? 12 Art Historians and Scholars on the Way Forward.” Artnet News, (August 23, 2017).
Wellesley Faculty Assistant Professor of History
Grote, Simon. Review: Scottish Philosophy in the Eighteenth Century. Ed. Aaron Garrett and James A. Harris. Journal of the History of Philosophy. New York: Oxford University Press. 55.2, 357-358. (2017).
Grote, Simon. Review: God in the Enlightenment. Ed. William J. Bulman and Robert G. Ingram. Catholic Historical Review. New York: Oxford University Press. 103.2, 353-355. (2017).
Associate Professor of French
Gunther, Scott E. “How and Why ‘Bobos’ Became French.” French Politics, Culture and Society. Volume 34, Issue 3. (2016).
Associate Professor of Spanish
Guzauskyte, Evelina. The Recipes Project: Food, Magic, Art, Science, and Medicine, Review. The Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal. (11.2). 161-165 (Spring 2017).
Associate Professor of Spanish
Hagimoto, Koichi. “José Mart’y la cuestión del archipiélago en su pensamiento.” Asia/América Latina. 1.3, 67-78. (2017).
Hagimoto, Koichi. “La narrativa japonesa: Del “Genji monogatari” al Manga.” Transmodernity: Journal of Peripheral Cultural Production of the Luso-Hispanic World. Ed. Cid Lucas, Fernando. 7.2: 262-264. (2017).
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Hajj, N.; McEwan; Turkington. “Women, Information Ecology, and Political Protest in the Middle East.” Mediterranean Politics. (2017).
Associate Professor of German
Hans, A. “The Zigeunerdrama Reloaded: Leni Riefenstahl’s Fantasy Gypsies and Sacrificial Others.”, in Continuity and Crisis in German Cinema, 1928-1936, ed. Barbara Hales, Mihaela Petrescu, and Valerie Weinstein (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2016).
Professor of Psychology
Hennessey, B.A., “Intrinsic motivation and creativity in the classroom: Have we come full circle?” in R.A. Beghetto & J.C. Kaufman (Eds.), Nurturing creativity in the classroom (2nd edition). New York: Cambridge, 227-264. (2017).
Hennessey, B.A., “The creativity-motivation-culture connection”, in V.P. Glăveanu (Ed.), The Palgrave handbook of creativity and culture research Palgrave Macmillan, 125-158. (2016).
Class of 1919 Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies
Hertz, Rosanna; Nelson, Margaret K.; Kramer, Wendy. “Donor Sibling Networks as a Vehicle for Expanding Kinship: A Replication and Extension.” Journal of Family Issues. Vol 38 (2): 248-284. (2017).
Hertz, Rosanna and Nelson, Margaret K. “Acceptance and Disclosure: Comparing Genetic Symmetry and Genetic Asymmetry in Heterosexual Couples between Egg Recipients and Embryo Recipients.” Facts, Views and Visions in OBGYN and Reproductive Health. Vol. 8 (1), 11-22. (2016).
Hertz, Rosanna. “Turning Points in the Lives of Chinese and Indian Women Leaders Working Toward Social Justice.” Social Sciences. Special Issue: Women, Gender and Politics: An International Overview. 5(4): 1-15. (2016).
Hertz, Rosanna; Nelson, Margaret K.; Suñol, Jordi. “Attitudes toward Regulations of Reproductive Care in the European Union: A Comparison between Travelers for Cross-Border Reproductive Care and Citizens of the Local Country.” Facts, Views and Visions in OBGYN and Reproductive Health. 8(3): 147-160. (2016).
Hertz, Rosanna and Nelson, Margaret K. “Donor Insemination Motherhood: An Intersectional Analysis of How Mothers Make Sense of Genes and Donors.” Journal of GLBT Family Studies. (2016).
Hertz, Rosanna and Nelson, Margaret K. “In-depth- Interviewing of Parents and Children: Lessons from Donor-Conceived Families About How to Conduct Research on Sensitive Topics. Sage Research Methods Case Studies (Health Series). Part 2. London: Sage Publications, Ltd. 1-14. (2017).
Hertz, Rosanna and Nelson, Margaret K. “Differences between Sperm and Egg Donors with Respect to Responsibility for Their Donor-Conceived Children.” New Genetics and Society. 1-22. (2017).
Hertz, Rosanna and Mattes, Jane. “Donor-Shared Siblings or Genetic Strangers: New Familites, Clans and the Internet.” Reprinted in: The Family Issues Reader. Ed. by Constance L. Shehan. Sage Publication. 312-324. (2016).
Professor of Economics
Hilt, E., "Economic History, Historical Analysis, and the 'New History of Capitalism'" Journal of Economic History, vol 77 no 2, (June 2017).
Hilt, E., Frydman, C., "Investment Banks as Corporate Monitors in the Early Twentieth Century United States,", American Economic Review, vol 107 no 7, (June 2017).
Hilt, E. "Early American Corporations and the State," in Naomi Lamoreaux and William Novak, Corporations and American Democracy. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (2017).
Instructor in Chemistry Laboratory
Huang, A.; Wo, K.; Lee, S.; Kneitschel, N.; Chang, J.; Zhu, K.; Mello, T.; Bancroft, L.; Norman, N.; Zheng, S. L. “Regioselective Synthesis, NMR, and Crystallographic Analysis of N1-Substituted Pyrazoles.” J. Org. Chem. DOI 10.1021/acs.joc.7b01006 (2017).
Jean Glasscock Professor of Sociology
Imber, Jonathan B., Abortion and the Private Practice of Medicine. . New introduction and epilogue by the author. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. (2017).
Imber, Jonathan B. “How Navigating Uncertainty Motivates Trust in Medicine.” AMA Journal of Ethics. Volume 19, Number 4: 391-398. (2017).
Imber, Jonathan B. “Spirituality, Resistance, and Modern Medicine: A Sociological Perspective.” Spirituality and Religion within the Culture if Medicine: From Evidence to Practice. Ed. by John M. Peteet, M.D. and Michael J. Balboni, Ph.D. New York: Oxford University Press. Chapter 16: 263-274. (2017).
Professor of Political Science
Bacha, Christina Holtz; Just, Marion, Eds. Handbook of Political Advertising. London, U.K.: Routledge. (2017).
Davis, Richard; Bacha, Christina Holtz; Just, Marion. Eds. Twitter and Elections around the World: Campaigning in 140 Characters or Less. London, U.K.: Routledge. (2016).
Director of the Botanical Gardens and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
Jones, K.N. and *S.M. Klemetti., “Managing marginal populations of the rare wetland plant Trollius laxus Salisbury (Spreading Globeflower): consideration of light levels, herbivory, and pollination”, Northeastern Naturalist 19:267-278. (2012).
*Schindler, B.Y., Griffith, A.B.; and Jones, K.N. “Factors influencing arthropod diversity on green roofs. Cities and the Environment” (CATE):Vol.4:Iss.1, Article 5. (2011).
Oyama, RK; Jones, K.N.; and Baum, D.A., “Sympatric sister species of Californian Antirrhinum and their transiently specialized pollinators”. American Midland Naturalist 164:337-349. (2010).
*denotes student author
Elizabeth Kimball Kendall and Elisabeth Hodder Professor of History
Kapteijns, L.; Vianello, A., “Women’s Legal Agency and Property in the Court Records of Late 19th-Century Brava”, History in Africa, pp. 133-197 (2017).
Kapteijns, L., Review of Cawo Abdi, Elusive Janna: The Somali Diaspora and a Borderless Muslim Identity (Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2015), The Journal of African History, 58, 2, pp. 347-349. (2017).
Kapteijns, L., Review of Mohamed Ingiriis, The Suicidal State in Somalia: The Rise and Fall of the Siad Barre Regime, 1969–1991 (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 2016), International Journal of African Historical Studies, 49, 3, pp. 454-456. (2017).
Professor of Psychology
Palombo, D.J.; Keane, M.M.; and Verfaellie, M. “Using future thinking to reduce temporal discounting: Under what circumstances are the medial temporal lobes critical?” Neuropsychologia, 89, 437-44. (2016).
Palombo, D.J.; Keane, M.M. and Verfaellie, M.” Does the hippocampus keep track of time?” Hippocampus, 26, 372-9. (2016).
Senior Research Scientist,. Wellesley Centers for Women & Visiting Lecturer in Economics
Goldin C.; Kerr, S.P.; Olivetti, C. and Barth, E., “The Expanding Gender Earnings Gap: Evidence from the LEHD-2000 Census.” American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, Vol. 107 (2017).
Autor, D.; Houseman, S. and Kerr, S.P., “The Effect of Work First Job Placements on the Distribution of Earnings: An Instrumental Variable Quantile Regression Approach”. Journal of Labor Economics, 35(1),( 2017).
Kerr S.P.; Kerr, W.R.; Ozden, C. and Parsons, C., “High-Skilled Migration and Agglomeration.” Annual Review of Economics 9 (2017).
Barth E.; Davis, J.; Freeman, R.; Kerr, S.P., “Weathering the Great Recession: Variation in Employment Responses by Establishments and Countries” Russell Sage Foundation Journal 3(3), Also NBER Working Paper 22432. (2017).
Kerr, S.P.; Kerr, W.R.; Ozden, C. and Parsons, C., “Global Talent Flows.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 30(4)( 2016).
Kerr S.P. “Parental Leave Legislation and Women's Work: A Story of Unequal Opportunities”. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 35(1)(2016).
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
O'Reilly, S.S.; Mariotti, G.; Winter, A.R.; Newman, S.A.; Matys, E.D.; McDermott, F.; Pruss, S.B.; Bosak, T.; Summons, *R.E.; *Klepac-Ceraj, V., “Organic matter composition and microbial diversity of actively abrading, accreting and mat-stabilized ooids, Cat Island, Bahamas.” Geobiology. 15:112-130. doi: 10.1111/gbi.12196. PMID:27378151. (2017).
Newman, S.A.; Klepac-Ceraj, V.; Mariotti, G.; Pruss. S.; Watson, N., Bosak, T. , “Experimental fossilization of mat-forming cyanobacteria in coarse-grained siliciclastic sediments”. Geobiology. doi: 10.1111/gbi.12229. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID:28188680. (2017).
Wei, L.; Rubinstein, R.J.; Hanlon, K.M.; Peterson, C.N.; Klepac-Ceraj, V. “Cutting wedge: bacterial community diversity and structure associated with the cheese rind and curd”. Fine Focus. 3:9-34. (2017).
McDonough, J.; Goudsouzian, L.K.; Papaj, A.; Maceli, A.; Klepac-Ceraj, V.; Peterson, C.N., “Stressing Escherichia coli to Educate Students about Research: A CURE to Investigate Multiple Levels of Gene Regulation”. Biochem Mol Biol Educ. 2017 Apr 13. doi: 10.1002/bmb.21055. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID:28407453 (2017).
Assistant Professor of Cinema and Media Studies
Knouf, Nicholas A., “Felted Paper Circuits Using Joomchi,” in Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction, TEI ’17 (Yokohama, Japan: ACM, 2017), 443–450, doi:10.1145/3024969.3025071.
Shaer, Orit; Westendorf, Lauren; Knouf, Nicholas A.; Pederson, Claudia, “Understanding Gaming Perceptions and Experiences in a Women’s College Community,” in Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI ’17 (Denver, Colorado, USA: ACM, 2017), 1544–1557, doi:10.1145/3025453.3025623.
Professor of English
Ko, Yu Jin, “The Character of Richard III,” in Approaches to Teaching English History Plays, Laurie Ellinghausen, ed. (MLA, 2017)
Ko, Yu Jin, “What’s Lost and Found in Translation: Korean Poetry and the Case of Ko Un,” Korean Lit: Where Modern Korean Literature Meets the World.
Ko, Yu Jin, “We are living Julius Caesar,” Politico.
Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies
Laviosa, Flavia. “The Present State and Future Prospects of Italian Cinema Studies”. The Blackwell Companion to Italian Cinema. Contributor to the Forum in Frank Burke (Ed.). 557-559. (2017).
Laviosa, Flavia. “Caffè- The first Sino-Italian co-Production: An Interview with Cristiano Bortone.” Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies. 5.1: 93-98. (2017).
Laviosa, Flavia. “Italy-China Film co-Productions: An Interview with Maurizio Sciarra.” Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies. 5.1: 99-105. (2017).
Professor of English
Lee, Yoon Sun. "Bad Plots and Objectivity in Maria Edgeworth," Representations. 139: 35-49. (2017).
Lee, Yoon Sun. Ed. The Prose of Romanticism, A Romantic Circles Praxis Volume. (2017).
Lee, Yoon Sun. "Introduction: Occasion and Expression." The Prose of Romanticism. (2017).
Lee, Yoon Sun. "The Postcolonial Novel and the Diasporic Imaginary." The Cambridge Companion to the Postcolonial Novel. Ed. Ato Quayson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 133-51. (2016).
Andrew W. Mellon Professor Emerita in the Humanities & Professor Emerita of Classical Studies
Lefkowitz, Mary. “On Bees, Poets, and Plato: Ancient Biographers’ Representations of the Creative Process.” Creative Lives in Classical Antiquity: Poets, Artists and Biography. Ed. R. Fletcher and J. Hanink (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). 177-97. (2016).
Lefkowitz, Mary. Review: Morts, tombeaux, et cultes des poètes grecs, Gnomon. F. Kimmel-Clauzet. 89.3, 261-2. (2017).
Margaret Clapp ’30 Distinguished Alumna Professor Emerita of French and Linguistics
Carpenter, Angela C and Levitt, Andrea G. Rhythm in the speech and music of jazz and riddim musicians. Music Perception 34:1 94 103. DOI: 10.1525/mp.2016.34.1.94 (2016).
Luella LaMer Slaner Professor in Latin American Studies & Professor of Sociology
Levitt, Peggy; Parrs, Alexandra. “Hiding in Plain Sight: The Coptic Museum in the Egyptian Cultural Landscape.” International Journal of Cultural Policy. (2017).
Levitt, Peggy; de la Dehesa, Rafael. “Rethinking “transnational migration and the re-definition of the state” or what to do about (semi-) permanent impermanence” Ethnic and Racial Studies. 40:9, 1520-1526. (2017).
Levitt, Peggy; Viterna, Jocelyn; Mueller, Armin; Lloyd, Charlotte. "Transnational Social Protection: Setting the Agenda.” Oxford Development Studies. (2017).
Levitt, Peggy; Dobbs, Erica. "The Missing Link? The Role of Subnational Governance in Transnational Social Protections.” Oxford Development Studies. (2017).
Levitt, Peggy. “Reponses to Symposium on Artifacts and Allegiances: How Museums Put the Nation and the World on Display.” Identities. Vol 25(1): 55-61. (2017).
Levitt, Peggy. “Understanding Immigration through Icons, Images, and Institutions: The Politics and Poetics of Putting the Globe on Display” Journal of Anthropological Research. (2016).
Levitt, Peggy; de la Torre, Renee. "Remapping and Rescaling the Religious World from Below: The Case of Santo Toribio and Santa Ana de Guadalupe in Mexico.” Current Sociology. (2016).
Levitt, Peggy. “Simultaneously Worlds Apart: Placing National Diversity on Display at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts” Ed. Genevieve Zubrzycki. National Matters: Materiality Culture, and Nationalism. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 83-105. (2017).
Levitt, Peggy. “Global Culture in Motion.” Roland Robertson and Didem Buhari. Eds. Global Consciousness and Connectivity. Surrey:Ashgate Publishing. 143-160. (2016).
Levitt, Peggy. “Social Remittances: How Migrating People Drive Migrating Culture.” Anna Triandafyllidou. Ed. Routledge Handbook of Immigration and Refugee Studies. New York and London: Rouledge Press. 223-228. (2016).
Associate Professor of Art
Sturman, Peter C. and Liu, Heping, eds. Zhejiang University Journal of Art and Archaeology Supplementum I: Proceedings of the International Conference on Song Painting 《浙江大學藝術與考古研究·特輯I: 宋畫國際研討會論文集》. Hangzhou: Zhejiang University Press (2017).
Liu, Heping. 《挽舟人色：徐鉉、郭忠恕、王禹偁、蘇軾流放視角下的 <江行初雪> 與 <雪霽江行>》 (Towing Boats along the River: The Making of the Landscape of Exile as Seen in Two 10th-Century Scroll Paintings), in Zhejiang University Journal of Art and Archaeology Supplementum I: Proceedings of the International Conference on Song Painting, edited by Peter C. Sturman and Heping Liu (Hangzhou: Zhejiang University Press, 504-565 (2017).
Katharine Lee Bates and Sophie Chantal Hart Professor of English
Lynch, Kathryn. Review of Carolyn P. Collette’s Rethinking Chaucer’s Legend of Good Women . York: York Medieval Press. In Speculum 91: 480-482. (2016).
Lynch, Kathryn. Review of Tison Pugh’s Chaucer’s (Anti-) Eroticisms and the Queer Middle Ages [Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State UP, 2014]. Arthurina. 26.2: 148-49. (2016).
Lynch, Kathryn. “Idols of the Marketplace: Chaucer/Pasolini.” Chauncer on Screen: Absence, Presence, and Adapting the Canterbury Tales. Ed. by Kathleen Coyne Kelly and Tison Pugh. Columbus: Ohio State UP. 130-48. (2016).
Lecturer in Art
Lynn-Davis, Barbara. Casanova’s Secret Wife: A Novel. Kensington Publishing Corp. (2017).
Professor of Africana Studies
Executive Director, Wellesley Centers for Women
Maparyan, L. “Miracles and gifts: A womanist reading of John 14:12-14 and Ephesians 4:11-16”, in G. L. Byron & V. Lovelace (eds.), Womanist Biblical interpretation: Expanding the discourse. Atlanta, GA: SBL Press. (2016).
Maparyan, L. “ Seeds of light, flowers of power, fruits of change: Ecowomanism as spiritualized ecological praxis” in M. Harris (ed.), Ecowomanism, religion, and ecology. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis. (2016).
Elisabeth Luce Moore Professor of Christian Studies & Professor of Religion
Marini, Stephen A., "Reflections on Historical Authority in the Digital Age," in Conrad Edick Wright and Katheryn P. Viens, eds., The Future of History: Historians, Historical Organizations, and the Prospects for the Field (Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society), 110-123 (2017).
Professor of French
Masson, Catherine. Co-Edition of George Sand’s Lieux de mmoire. George Sand Studies. Vol. 33-34 [2014-2015]. (2016).
Masson, Catherine. “Du traumatisme du corset au poignard littéraire de la révolte, d’Histoire de ma Vie à Gabriel de George Sand.” La mode et le vêtement dans l’œuvre de George Sand. Ed. by François Kerlouégan. Cahiers George Sand. No. 38: 26-41. (2016).
Masson, Catherine. “La construction d’un cénotaphe au père dans Histoire de ma Vie.” George Sand Studies. Vol. 33-34: 119-130. (2016).
Masson, Catherine. “Mise en scène de l’idéalisme sandien dans François le champi et Claudie : manipulation du réel et des spectateurs.&lrquo; George Sand et l’idéal. Une recherche en écriture. Dir. Damien Zanone. Paris, Champion. “Littérature et Genre.&lrquo; 105-118. (2017).
Professor of Economics
Matthaei, J.A., “The Women’s March on Washington and the Coming of Age of Feminism,” Common Dreams (1/19/17).
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Matthes, Erich. “The Ethics of Historic Preservation.” Philosophy Compass. Vol. 11, No. 12, 786-794. (2016).
Matthes, Erich. “Love in Spite of.” Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics. Vol. 6, 241-262. (2016).
Matthes, Erich; Oliver, Liza. “Auctioning Off Ethics in the Antiquities Market.” Cognoscenti, WBUR. (2017).
Matthes, Erich. “Digital replicas are not soulless—they help us engage with art." Apollo Magazine. (2017).
Matthes, Erich. “Palmyra’s ruins can rebuild our relationship with history.” Aeon Magazine. (2017).
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
Goring, S. J.; Mladenoff, D. J.; Cogbill, C. V.; Record, S.; Paciorek, C.J.; Jackson, S. T.; Dietze, M. C.; Dawson, A.; Matthes, J. H.; McLachlan, J.S.; Williams, J. W. “Novel and lost forests in the Upper Midwestern United States, from new estimates of Settlement-Era composition, stem density, and biomass.” PLoS One. 11(12): e0151935. (2016).
Knox, S. H.; I. Dronova; C. Sturtevant; P. Oikawa; J. H.; Matthes; J.; Verfaillie; D. Baldocchi. “Using digital camera and Landsat imagery with eddy covariance data to model gross primary production in restored wetlands.” Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 237-238: 233-245. (2017).
Rollinson, C.; Liu, Y.; Railho, A.; Moore, D.; McLachlan, J.; Bishop, D.; Dye, A.; Hessl, A.; Hickler, T.; Mathes, J. H.; Pederson, N.; Poulter, B.; Quaife, T. L.; Schaefer, K.; Steinkamp, J.; Dietze, M. “Emergent climate and CO 2 sensitivities of net primary productivity in ecosystem models do not agree with empirical data in temperate forests in Eastern North America.” Global Change Biology. Early Online. (2017).
Lecturer in Biological Sciences
Pulivarthy, S.R.; Lion, M.; Kuzu, G.; Matthews, A.G.; Borowsky, M.L.; Morris, J.; Kingston, R.E.; Dennis, J.H.; Tolstorukov, M.Y.; Oettinger, M.A. “Regulated large-scale nucleosome density patterns and precise nucleosome positioning correlate with V(D)J recombination.” Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. (2016).
Senior Instructor in Biological Sciences Laboratory
McDonough, J.; Goudsouzian, L.K.; Papaj, A.; Maceli, A.; Klepac-Ceraj, V.; Peterson, C.N., Stressing Escherichia coli to Educate Students about Research: A CURE to Investigate Multiple Levels of Gene Regulation. Biochem Mol Biol Educ. 2017 Apr 13. doi: 10.1002/bmb.21055. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID:28407453. (2017).
Director NE Arts&Architecture Program
McNamara, Martha, Amateur Movie Making: Aesthetics of the Everyday in New England Film, 1915-1960, Indiana University Press, May 2017
Professor of Economics
Levin, H. M.; McEwan, P. J.; Belfield, C.; Bowden, A. B.; and Shand, R. Economic evaluation in education: Cost-effectiveness and benefit-cost analysis(3rd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (2017).
Alem‡n, X.; Duryea, S.; Guerra, N.; McEwan, P. J.; Mu–oz, R.; Stampini, M.; and Williamson, A. “The effects of musical training on child development: A randomized trial of El Sistema in Venezuela”. Prevention Science. (2017).
Elizabeth Christy Kopf Professor of Art
Curated Group Exhibitions:
Here/There: The Poetics of Space, The Ink Shop and Olive Branch Press, Ithaca, NY (2016).
Madison Mafia, Welch Gallery, Georgia State University, Atlanta GA (2017).
Dialogue with Yinchuan: China-America Printmaking Exhibition, Yinchuan Art Museum, Ningxia, China (2016).
Grafica D’Arte Americana Contemporanea, Il Bisonte Gallery, Florence, Italy (2016).
Contemporary American Lithography, Konstlitografiska Museet Tidaholm, Sweden (2016).
Virginia Onderdonk ’29 Professor of Philosophy
McIntyre, Alison. “Fruitless Remorses: Hume’s Critique of the Penitential Project of The Whole Duty of Man.” Hume Studies. Vol. 40, No. 2, 143-167. (2016).
Professor of Astronomy
Zhou et al. including McLeod, Kim K. “KELT-17b: A Hot-Jupiter Transiting an A-star in a Misaligned Orbit Detected with Doppler Tomography.” Astronomical Journal. 152, 136. (2016).
Oberst et al. including McLeod, Kim K. “KELT-16b: A Highly Irradiated, Ultra-short Period Hot Jupiter Nearing Tidal Disruption.” Astronomical Journal. 153, 97. (2016).
Stevens et al. including McLeod, Kim K. “KELT-12b: A P- 5 day, Highly Inflated Hot Jupiter Transiting a Mildly Evolved Hot Star.” Astronomical Journal. 153, 178. (2016).
McLeod et al. “KELT-18b: Puffy Planet, Hot Host, Probably Perturb.” Astronomical Journal. 153, 263. (2017).
Professor of Computer Science
Metaxas, P. “From Personal Genomics to Twitter: Visualizing the Uncertainty of Evidence”, Workshop on Uncertainty, CHI 2017, Denver, CO (2017).
Metaxas, P. “Manipulation of Search Engine results during the 2016 US Congressional Election” ICIW 2017, Venice, Italy (Best Paper Award) (2017).
Metaxas, P. “The Fake News Spreading Plague: Was it Preventable?”, WebSci 2017, Troy, NY (2017).
Professor Emerita of French
Mistacco, Vicki. “Le masculin, une vieille histoire. Riccoboni et Sand.” Le Masculin dans les oeuvres d’écrivaines franaises: “Il faut beaucoup aimer les hommes.” Ed. Franoise Rétif. Paris: Classiques Garnier. 133-169. (2016).
Assistant Professor of Geosciences
Monecke, K.; Meilianda, E.; Walstra, D.J.; Hill, E. M.; McAdoo, B.G.; Qui, Q.; Storms, J.E.A.; Masputri, A.S.; Mayasari, C.D.; Nasir, M.; Riandi, I.; Setiawan, A.; Templeton, C.K. “Postseismic costal development in Aceh, Indonesia- Field obsercations and numerical modeling.” Marine Geology. ISSN 0025-3227. (2017).
Frost Professor Emerita in Environmental Science & Professor Emerita of Biological Sciences
Ozersky, T.; Pastukhov, M.V.; Poste, A.E.; *Deng, X.Y.; and Moore, M.V.
“Long-term and ontogenetic patterns of heavy metal contamination in Lake Baikal seals” (Pusa sibirica). Environmental Science and Technology. In press.(published online) doi: 10.1021/acs.est.7b00995. (2017).
Timofeyev, M.A.; Silow, E.A.; Mackay, A.W.; Moore, M.V.; and Likens, G.E. “Safe-guarding the world’s largest lake”. Correspondence published in Nature 538: 41. doi:10.1038/538041a. (2016).
Izmest’eva, L.R., **Moore, M.V.; Hampton, S.E.; Ferwerda, C.J.; Gray, D.K.; Woo, K.H.; Pislegina, H.F.; Krashchuk, L.S.; Shimaraeva, S.V.; and Silow, E.A. Lake-wide physical and biological trends associated with warming in Lake Baikal. Journal of Great Lakes Research 42: 6–17.doi:10.1016/j.jglr.2015.11.006. Received Chandler-Misener Award May, 2017 (Best Paper Award for 2016).
** (corresponding author)
Associate Professor of French
Morari, Codruta. The Bressonians: French Cinema and the Culture of Authorship. Berghahn Books. (2017).
Betty Freyhof Johnson ’44 Professor of Political Science
Murphy, Craig N.; Yates, JoAnne. “The International Standardization Community and Movement: Advancing ’Industrial Civilization’ from the 1880s to the Present.” Digitalisation: Challenge and Opportunity for Standardisation. Eds. Kai Jakobs and Knut Blind. Aachen: Verlagshaus Mainz for EURAS. 21-39. (2017).
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Mustafaraj, Eni; Turbak, Franklyn A; Svanberg, Maja, “Identifying Original Projects in App Inventor”, in the AAAI 30th FLAIRS Conference Proceeding , p. 567-573. (2017).
Mustafaraj, Eni; Metaxas, Panagiotis Takis, “The Fake News Spreading Plague: Was it Preventable?” in the ACM WebSci Conference Proceeding, p. 235-239. (2017).
James F. O’Gorman
Grace Slack McNeil Professor Emeritus of the History of American Art & Professor Emeritus of Art
O’Gorman, James F. “Hart’s Gothic Churches” Nineteenth Century 37. 117-23. (2017).
Senior Lecturer in Art
Oles, James, ed., “ Expedientes Museo Expuesto/The Exposed Museum Files” Mexico City: Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco, UNAM. English and Spanish texts.
Oles, James, “Zapata’s Trophy,” in Picasso and Rivera: Conversations Across Time, Diana Magaloni and Michael Govan, eds., Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, (2016).
Oles, James, “Reviving the Pre-Hispanic Past, from Mexico to California” and “Edward Weston’s Ollas” in Found in Translation: Design in California and Mexico, 1915-1985, Wendy Kaplan and Staci Steinberger, eds. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, (2017).
Oles, James, “Martin Ramirez and Mexican Art,” in Mart’n Ramirez: His Life in Pictures, Another Interpretation. Los Angeles: Institute of Contemporary Art/Los Angeles, (2017).
Assistant Professor of Art
Oliver, Liza. “Les textiles à la période moderne: la circulation, le commerce, et la mondialisation.” Perspective: Actualité en histoire de l’ar. In conversation with Corinne Thépaut-Cabasset, and Maria Joào Ferreira with questions by Maria Ludovica Rosati. 21-32. (2016).
Oliver, Liza. “Cotton.” Textile Studies (Textile Terms: A Glossary). Berlin: Gebr. Mann Verlag. Ed. by Tristan Weddigen, Anika Reineke and Anne Ršhl.Vol. 0: 48-51. (2017).
Oliver, Liza and Matthes, Erich Hatala. “Black Market Art: How to Restore Ethics to the Antiquities World.” WBRU’s Cognoscenti. (2017).
Oliver, Liza. “Why the Met Should Appoint a Female Director.” The New York Times. (March, 2017).
Associate Professor of History
Osorio, Alejandra B. “Courtly ceremonies and a cultural urban geography of power in the Habsburg Spanish Empire.” in The Circulation of Culture in Atlantic Cities: From Early Modern to Modernism, edited by Leonard von Morzé, 37-72. New York: Palgrave ( 2017).
Associate Professor of Psychology
Caselli, N. and Pyers, J. “The Road to Language Learning is not Entirely Iconic: Iconicity, Neighborhood Density, and Frequency Facilitate Sign Language Acquisition.” Psychological Science. 28, 979-987 (2017).
*Magid, R. and Pyers, J. “I Use It When I See It: The Role of Development and Experience in Deaf and Hearing Children’s Understanding of Iconic Gesture.” Cognition. 162, 73-86. (2017).
*denotes student co-author
Luella LaMer Associate Professor of Women's Studies & Associate Professor of Sociology
Beck, Erin and Radhakrishnan, Smitha. “Tracing Microfinancial Chains: Beyond the Impasse of Debt and Development.” Sociology of Development. 116-142. (2017).
Radhakrishnan, Smitha. “Culturalism as Resistance: Exploring the Contradictions of Gender Policies in Indian Multinationals.” Gender in Transnational Knowledge Work. Springer International Publishing. 79-98. (2017).
Associate Professor of Spanish
Received medal and certificate, high civil honor conferred by King Philip VI of Spain,(Felipe VI, Reyde Espa–a): Cross of the Order of Isabella the Catholic
(Cruz de la Orden de Isabel la Cat—lica) for exemplary service dedicated to the international study of the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures. (2017).
Marion Butler McLean Professor Emerita in the History of Ideas & Professor Emerita of Women’s and Gender Studies
Reverby, Susan M. "This Doctor Experimented on Slaves: It’s Time to Remove or Redo his Statue," Hastings Center Biothics Forum Essay, (August 7, 2017).
Reverby, Susan M. "Historical Misfeasance: Immorality to Justice in Public Health," American Journal of Public Health 107, pp. 14–15 (January 2017).
Assistant Professor of American Studies
Rivera-Rideau, Petra R. “2017 Despacito by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber.” PBS American Experience Songs of the Summer Series. (August 25, 2017).
Rivera-Rideau, Petra R. “Reggaet—n”, in Oxford Bibliographies in Latina/o Studies. Ed Ilan Stavans. New York: Oxford University Press, (2017).
Rivera-Rideau, Petra R. “Afro-Latinos”, in Oxford Bibliographies in African American Studies. Ed. Gene Jarrett. New York: Oxford University Press, (2017).
Rivera-Rideau, Petra R. “From Panama to the Bay: Los Rakas’ Expressions of Afrolatinidad.” La Verdad: An International Dialogue on Hip-Hop Latinidades. Melissa Castillo-Garsow and Jason Nichols, eds. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, (2016).
Lorraine E. Roses
Professor Emerita of Spanish
Roses, Lorraine E. Black Bostonians and the Politics of Culture, 1920-1940.
Recovering an African-American Renaissance in Boston. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press. (2017).
Music Performance Faculty in Keyboard Skills
Musicians of the Old Post Road, Earthly Baroque, CD recording.Centaur, (2017).
Includes a world premiere reconstruction of John Frederick Lampe's Cuckoo Concerto by Artistic Directors Daniel Ryan and Suzanne Stumpf along with works by Vivaldi, Biber, Williams, Werner, Couperin, and Rameau that evoke sounds of nature.
Lorraine C. Wang Professor of English
Sabin, Margery M. “Memory, Story, Dreamin Primo Levi’s Auschwitz Writing.” Raritan Quarterly. (2016).
Sabin, Margery M. “Ramananda Reviewed.” Economic and Political Weekly. Delhi, India. (2016).
Sabin, Margery M. “Ramananda Chatterjee and The Modern Review.” Concise History of Indian Literature in English. Ed. Arvind Krishna Mehrotra. Delhi: Permanent Black. (2017).
Professor of Biological Sciences
Sequeira, Andrea S.; Cheng, Adrienne; Pangburn, Sarah; Troya, Adri‡n. “Where can introduced populations learn their tricks? Searching for the geographical source of a species introduction to the Gal‡pagos archipelago.” Conservation Genetics. (2017).
Class of 1966 Associate Professor of Computer Science
Shaer, O.; Nov, O.; Westendorf, L.; Ball, M, “Communicating Personal Genomic Information to Non-Experts: A New Frontier for Human-Computer Interaction”,Journal of Foundations and Trends in HCI 11 (1) 1-62, 2017.
Shaer, O.; Westendorf, L.; Knouf, N.A.; and Pederson, C., “Understanding Gaming Perceptions and Experiences in a Women’s College Community” in Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 1544-1557. DOI.
Loparev, A.; Westendorf, L.; Cho, J.; Flemings, M.; Scholze, A.; Littrell, O.; Shaer,O., in Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction (TEI '17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 111-120. DOI.
Shaer, O.; Nov, O.; Okerlund, J.; Balestra, M.; Stowell, E.; Westendorf, L.; Pollalis, C.; Weestort, L.; Davis, J.; Ball, M., “ GenomiX: A Novel Interaction Tool for Self-Exploration of Personal Genomic Data”, in Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '16). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 661-672. DOI.
Loparev, A.; Westendorf, L.; Sullivan, A.; Verish, C.; Davis, J.; Flemmings, M.; Bers, M. ; Shaer, O., in Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Interaction Design and Children (IDC '17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 623-628. DOI.
Pollalis, C.; Fahnbulleh, W.; Tynes, J.; Shaer, O. “HoloMuse: Enhancing engagement with Archaeological Artifacts through Gesture-Based Interaction with Holograms”, in Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction (TEI '17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 565-570. DOI.
Loparev, A.; Westendorf, L.; Flemings, M.; Cho, J.; Littrell, R.: Scholze, A. and Shaer, O. “BacPack for New Frontiers: A Tangible Tabletop Museum Exhibit Exploring Synthetic Biology”, in Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces (ISS) 2016. Demonstration.
Hidde van der Meulen, H.; Varsanyi, P.; Westendorf, L.; Kun, A.L.; Shaer, O. “Towards understanding collaboration around interactive surfaces: Exploring joint visual attention, in Proceedings of the 29th Annual Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST '16 Adjunct). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 219-220. DOI: (2016)
Associate Professor of Economics
Keskin, Pinar; Shastry, Kartini; Willis, Helen. "Water Quality Awareness and Breastfeeding: Evidence of Health Behavior Change in Bangladesh." The Review of Economics and Statistics. MIT Press. Vol. 99(2), 265-280. (2017).
Professor of English
Shetley, Vernon; McCauley, Lena. “The Olsen Twins and Internship: The Career Girl as ’Eager Serf.’” Childhood and Celebrity. Ed. Jane O’Connor and John Mercer. New York: Routledge. 99-109. (2017).
Shetley, Vernon. Review: The Lyric in the Age of the Brain. The Review of English Studies. By Nikki Skillman. 68, 625-627. (2017).
Professor of Economics
Sichel, Daniel; Byrne, David; Oliner, Stephen. “Prices of High-Tech Products, Mismeasurement, and the Pace of Innovation.” Business Economics. (2017).
Sichel, Daniel; Byrne, David; Oliner, Stephen. “What is happening to Semiconductor Prices?” Review of Income and Wealth. (2017).
Sichel, Daniel; Branstetter, Lee. “The Case for an American Productivity Revival.” Peterson Institute for International Economics Policy Brief. 17-26. (2017).
Associate Professor of Chinese
Song, Mingwei, “September 1, 1916, Li Dazhao interprets the ’Green Spring’: Inventing youth in modern China.” A New Literary History of Modern China (ed. David Wang). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 248-253. (2017).
Song, Mingwei, “August 23, 1927, Sacco and Vanzetti are executed in Boston: Ba Jin begins to write anarchist novels.” A New Literary History of Modern China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 331-336. (2017).
Song, Mingwei, “2066, Mars over America: Chinese science fiction presents the posthuman future.” A New Literary History of Modern China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 951-957. (2017).
Song, Mingwei, “Die Poesie des Unsichtbaren: Verborgene Dimensionen im chinesischen Science-Fiction-Kino.” Trans. Anne Vonderstein. Future Worlds: Science, Fiction, Film (eds, Jasper, Warnecke, Waz, Zill). Berlin: Deutschen Kinemathek und dem Einstein Forum, 122-137. (2017).
Song, Mingwei, (co-edited with Huang Fayou) Studies in Media, Literature, and Communication 文學傳媒與文學傳播研究. Modern Chinese Literature 中國現代文學(Taiwan). 30 (2016).
Song, Mingwei, “The New Wave in Science Fiction and Its Utopian Variations.” 科幻新浪潮與烏托邦變奏. Southern Cultural Forum 南方文壇. 3: 33-41. (2017).
Song, Mingwei, “Youth Discourse and the Bildungsroman: A Response to Two Book Reviews of Young China. ”青春話語與成長小說：回應兩篇書評. Literature 文學. 4. 2: 327-330 (Fall/winter 2016)
Song, Mingwei, “After 1989: Variations on Utopia in the New Wave of Chinese Science Fiction.” 年以後：中國科幻新浪潮的烏托邦變奏. Trans. Wang Zhen. Modern Chinese Literature 中國現代文學 (Taiwan). 30: 61-78. (2016).
Song, Mingwei, “Representations of the ‘Invisible’: Problems of the Poetics in the New Wave of Chinese Science Fiction.” 再現“不可見”之物：中國科幻新浪潮的詩學問題. Trans. Lu Cheng. Twenty-First Century 二十一世紀 (Hong Kong). 157: 41-56. (2016).
Song, Mingwei, “Problems of the Posthuman.” 後人類問題. Academics 學問. 3: 124-27. (2016).
Professor Emerita of Art
Spatz-Ravinowitz, Elaine. Arctic Abrasions. The Miller Yezerski Gallery. (2017).
One-person show entitled Arctic Abrasions, at the Miller Yezerski Gallery, Boston, reviewed by Cate McQuaid in The Boston Globe on May 18, 2017, in her article entitled “Climate Change as Menace — and Inspiration.” (April, 2017).
Featured artist in AGNI literary magazine #84: “What the Eye Fills In and What the World Takes Away.”, which included with eight pages of color reproductions and article entitled “Buried Treasure.”
Professor of Physics
Hakalla, R.; Niu, M. L.; Field, R. W.; Heays, A. N.; Salumbides, E. J. ; Stark, G.; Lyons, J. R.; Eidelsberg, M.; Lemaire, J. L.; Federman, S. R.; de Oliveira, N.; and Ubachs, W. Fourier-transform spectroscopy of 13C17O and deperturbation analysis of the A 1 (v=0 – 3) and B 1+ (v = 0) levels, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Rad. Transfer 189, 312 (2017).
Lemaire, J. L.; Eidelsberg, M.; Heays, A. N.; Gavilan, L.; Federman, S. R. ; Stark, G.; Lyons, J. R.; de Oliveira, N.; and Joyeux, D. High-resolution spectroscopy of the A 1 (v=0-10) – X 1+ (v=0) bands in 13C18O, J. Phys. B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 49, 154001 (2016).
Theodora Stone Sutton Professor of Classics & Professor of Classical Studies
Starr, Raymond J. “In Stock or Special Order? Did Roman Bookshops Stock Multiple Copies?” Latomus. 76, 106-113. (2017).
Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women
Taylor, B. G.; Mumford, E.; Liu, W.; Stein, N. “The effects of different saturation levels of the Shifting Boundaries intervention on preventing adolescent relationship abuse and sexual harassment in New York City middle schools: A 6-month follow-up experiment.” Journal of Experimental Criminology. 13:1, 79-100. (2017).
Baker, Carrie; Stein, Nan. “Obscuring Gender-Based Violence: Marriage Promotion and Teen Dating Violence Research.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy. 37:1, 87-109. (2016).
Senior Music Performance Faculty in Flute, Baroque Flute, and Chamber Music
Musicians of the Old Post Road
Earthly Baroque, CD recording.Centaur, 2017. Includes a world premiere reconstruction of John Frederick Lampe's Cuckoo Concerto by Artistic Directors Daniel Ryan and Suzanne Stumpf along with works by Vivaldi, Biber, Williams, Werner, Couperin, and Rameau that evoke sounds of nature.
Professor of Neuroscience
Bless, E.P.; * Yang, J.; Acharya, K.D.; Nettles, S.A.; Vassoler, F.M.; Byrnes, E.M. and Tetel M.J. “Adult Neurogenesis in the Female Mouse Hypothalamus: Estradiol and High Fat Diet Alter the Generation of Newborn Neurons Expressing Estrogen Receptor.” α.eNeuro. 3:1-11. (2016).
*denotes student author
Professor Emerita of Geosciences
Kuiper, Y.D.; Thompson, M.D.; Barr, S.M.; White, C.E.; Hepburn, J.C.; and Crowley, J.L., “Detrital zircon evidence for Paleoproterozoic West African crust along the eastern North American continental margin, Georges Bank, offshore Massachusetts, USA”: Geology (2017).
Thompson, M.D., Bedrock Geologic Map of the Newton 7.5’ Quadrangle, Middlesex and Suffolk Counties, Massachusetts: Massachusetts Geological Survey Geologic Map GM-17-01. 1:24,000. 1 map sheet (PDF) and explanatory text (PDF).(2017).
Professor of Computer Science
Han, Kook; Tjaden, Brian; Lory, Stephen. “GRIL-seq Provides a Method for Identifying Direct Targets of Bacterial Small Regulatory RNA by In Vivo Proximity Ligation.” Nature Microbiology. 2:3. (2016).
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Mustafarej, Eni; Turbak, Franklyn and Svanberg, Maja. “Identifying Original Projects in App Inventor” in Proceedings of the 30th International FLAIRS Conference (May, 2017).
Weiss, Richard; Turbak, Franklyn; Mache, Jens and Locasto, Michael E. “Cybersecurity Education and Assessment” in EDURange. IEEE Security & Privacy, Volume 15, Issue 3, pp 90-95 (May/June 2017).
Bau, David ; Gray, Jeff ; Kelleher, Caitlin; Sheldon, Josh and Turbak, Franklyn
“Learnable Programming: Blocks and Beyond: Communications of the ACM, Volume 60, Issue 6, pp 72-80 (June 2017).
Turbak, Franklyn. Guest Editor of Special Issue on Blocks Programming. Journal of Visual Languages and Sentient Systems, Volume 3 (July 2017).
Turbak, Franklyn; Mustafaraj, Eni; Svanberg, Maja and Dawson, Michael Work in Progress: Identifying and Analyzing Original Projects on an Open-Ended Blocks Programming Environment. In Proceedings of the 23rd International DMS conference on Visual Languages and Sentient Systems, (July 2017).
Senior Lecturer in the Writing Program
Viti, Lynne. Baltimore Girls, Finishing Line Press. (2017).
Viti, Lynne. “Problem Sets for a Math Teacher”, the thing itself, Issue 44 (2017).
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Wang, Qing; and Lindsay, Bruce. “Pseudo-kernel Method in U-Statistic Variance Estimation with Large Kernel Size.” Statistica Sinica. 27(3): 1-20. (2017).
Wang, Qing. “Extrapolation Techniques in U-Statistic Variance Estimation.” Communcation in Statistics- Theory and Methods. 1-14. (2017).
Warner, Jamie; Dobromyrova, Olga; Shay, Dana; Wang, Qing. “Deeper Pockets, Deeper Pleasure?” Significance. April, 34-37. (2017).
Professor of Italian Studies
Ward, David M., Contemporary Italian Narrative and 1970s Terrorism: Stranger than Fact. London and New York: Palgrave-Macmillan. (2017).
Diana Chapman Walsh Assistant Professor of Astronomy
Watters, W.A.; Geiger, L. M.; Fendrock, M.; Gibson, R.; Hundal, C, “The Role of Strength Defects in Shaping Impact Crater Planforms”. Icarus, 286, pp. 15-34; DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2016.12.024. (2017).
Watters, W. A.; Hundal, C. B.; Radford, A.; Collins, G. S. and Tornabene, L. L., “Dependence of secondary crater characteristics on downrange distance: High-resolution morphometry and simulations” J. Geophys. Res. Planets, 122, doi:10.1002/2017JE005295. (2017).
Fassett, C.I.; Crowley, M.C.; Leight, C.; Dyar, D.; Minton, M.; Hirabayashi, B.; Thomson, Watters, W.A.,”Evidence for Rapid Topographic Evolution and Crater Degradation on Mercury from Simple Crater Morphometry”. Geophysical Research Letters, 44, pp. 5326-5335; DOI: 10.1002/2017GL073769. (2017).
Robbins, S.J., Watters, W.A.; Chappelow, J.E.; Bray, V.J.; Daubar, I.J.; Craddock, R.A.; Beyer, R.A.; Landis, M.; Ostrach, L.R.; Tornabene, L.L.; Riggs, J.; Weaver, B.P., “Measuring Impact Crater Depth Throughout the Solar System. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, In Press; DOI: 10.1111/maps.12956. (2017).
Tornabene, L.L.; Watters, W.A.; Osinski, G.R.; Boyce, J.M.; Harrison, T.N.; Ling, V.; McEwen, A.S., “A Depth vs. Diameter Relationship for the Best-Preserved Melt-Bearing Complex Craters on Mars”. vol. 299, pp. 68-83; DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus. 07.003. (2017).
Mayling Soong Professor of Chinese Studies & Professor of East Asian Studies
Widmer, Ellen B. “Women Writers in Early Modern China.” A New Literary History of Modern China. Ed. by David Der-wei Wang. Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. 103-105. (2017).
Quelling the Demons' Revolt: A Novel of Ming China. The author is Luo Guanzhong.
Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women
Morabito, M. S.; Pattavina, A. and Williams, L. M., “Active representation and police response to sexual assault complaints”, Journal of Crime and Justice, 1-14.
doi: 10.1080/0735648X.2016.1216730 (2016).
Morabito, M.S.; Pattavina, A. and Williams, L.M. “It all just piles up: Challenges to victim credibility accumulate to influence sexual assault case processing”. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. doi: 10.1177/0886260516669164 (2016).
Zuber, M.J.; Greenberg, E.W. and Williams, L.M. “Differentiable attitudes towards specific crimes and contexts: A quantification of neutralization techniques” Polish Journal of Social Rehabilitation. (2016).
Associate Professor of Psychology
Wilmer, J. B. “Individual Differences in Face Recognition: A Decade of Discovery. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 26(3), 225-230. (2017).
Richler, J. J.; Wilmer, J. B. and Gauthier, I. “General object recognition is specific: Evidence from novel and familiar objects”. Cognition, 166, 42-55. (2017).
Tree, J. J.; Horry, R.; Riley, H. and Wilmer, J. B. “Are portrait artists superior face recognizers? Limited impact of adult experience on face recognition ability”. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 43(4), 667. (2017).
Rezlescu, C.; Susilo, T.; Wilmer, J. B. and Caramazza, A. “The Inversion, Part-Whole, and Composite Effects Reflect Distinct Perceptual Mechanisms With Varied Relationships to Face Recognition”. (2017).
Bahns, A. J.; Crandall, C. S.; Gillath, O. and Wilmer, J. B. “Nonverbal Communication of Similarity via the Torso: It’s in the Bag”, Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 40(2), 151-170. (2016).
Riley, E.; Okabe, H.; Germine, L.; Wilmer, J.; Esterman, M. and DeGutis, J. “Gender differences in sustained attentional control relate to gender inequality across countries”. PloS one, 11(11), e0165100. (2016).
Anchor Point Assistant Professor in Computer Science
Biswas, Swarnendu,; Cao, Man; Zhang, Minjia; Bond, Michael D. Bond; Wood, Benjamin P., Proceedings of the International Conference on Compiler Construction (February 2017). Lightweight Data Race Detection for Production Runs.