Faculty Scholarship

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Wellesley celebrates a year’s worth of faculty scholarship.

Below we list the 2020–2021 publications and significant professional works and accomplishments of Wellesley College faculty, faculty emeritae/i, and researchers. The purpose of this list—and of the exhibition of faculty scholarship with which it is allied—is to give the faculty as a whole an opportunity to be informed about and to celebrate scholarly, creative, and professional achievements of colleagues.



Marjorie Agosin

Professor of Spanish

 

Agosin, M. Las Arpilleras agujas que hablan. Mis Raices. (2021).

Carolyn Anderson

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

 

Anderson, Carolyn Jane. “Tell Me Everything You Know: A Conversation Update System for the Rational Speech Acts Framework.” Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics. 4(23). (2021).

Anderson, Carolyn Jane. “Coming in, or going out? Measuring the effect of discourse factors on perspective prominence.” In Andrea Beltrama, Florian Schwarz, and Anna Papafragou (eds)’s Experiments in Linguistic Meaning. 1: pp. 1-14. (2021).

Margaret Angelini

Director Guild of Carillonneurs

 

Carillon concerts:

December 3, 2020, Norwood MA

December 10, 2020, Norwood MA

December 15, 2020, Norwood MA

December 18, 2020, Norwood MA

July 15, 2021 - First Church, West Hartford CT

July 18, 2021 - St. Stephen’s Church, Cohasset MA

Impromptu Midday Concerts

April 15, May 20, October 16

Summer Concert Series

July 12, September 6

Maneesh Arora

Assistant Professor of Political Science

 

Arora, Maneesh; Sadhwani, Sara; and Shah, Sono. “Unpacking the Monolith: Opportunities and Constraints for Cross-Racial Collaboration.” RSF: Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences. 7(2): pp. 93-110. (2021).

Arora, Maneesh and Kim, Hannah June.“Stopping the Hate: Political Condemnations of Anti-Asian Rhetoric during the COVID-19 Crisis.” Journal of Asian American Studies. 23(3): pp. 387-405. (2020).

Le, Danvy; Arora, Maneesh; and Stout, Christopher. “Are You Threatening Me? Asian American Panethnicity in the Trump Era.” Social Science Quarterly. 101(6): pp. 2183-2192. (2020).

Chris R. Arumainayagam

Professor of Chemistry

 

Mullikin, Ella*; Anderson, Hannah*; O’Hern, Natalie*; Farrah, Megan*; Arumainayagam, Christopher R.; van Dishoeck, Ewine F.; Gerakines, Perry A.; Vasyunin, Anton I.; Majumdar, Liton; Caselli, Paola; and Shingledecker, Christopher N. “A New Method for Simulating Photoprocesses in Astrochemical Models.” Astrophysical Journal. 910: pp. 72. (2021).

Arumainayagam, Christopher R.; Herbst, Eric; Heays, A.N.; Mullikin, Ella*; Farrah, Megan*; and Mavros, Michael G. “Extraterrestrial Photochemistry: Principles and Applications.” In Franz Saija and Giuseppe Cassone (eds) Prebiotic Photochemistry: From Urey–Miller-like Experiments to Recent Findings. Royal Society of Chemistry. (2021).

* indicates Wellesley student co-author

Efe Murat Balikcioglu

Visiting Lecturer in Religion

 

Murad, Efe (pseudonym). The Pleasures of Empty Lots. Brooklyn: Bored Wolves Press.

(2021).

Balikcioglu, Efe Murat. “Ülkü Tamer’s “Winter: Warrior of Wine Ten Poems for Ezra Pound.” Make It New! (2021).

Balikcioglu, Efe Murat (trans).“‘Scattered Light/Saçılı Işık’ by Fanny Howe,” In Her Honor UCLA International Institute [Erika H. Gilson Festschrift]. (2021).

Daniela Bartalesi-Graf

Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies

 

Bartalesi-Graf, Daniela; Di Filippo, Giusy; Gnudi, Elena; Giovannini, Valentina. “Creating a Global Online Learning Community. The Case of a Language MOOC During the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic”. Teaching Italian Language and Culture Annual. (2020).

Bartalesi-Graf, Daniela and Zamboni, Camilla. “Teaching and Learning in the Age of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Results of a Recent Survey on Remote Instruction”. Italica. Vol. 97 No 2, 97(2). (2020).

Erin R. Battat

Lecturer in the Writing Program

 

Battat, Erin Royston. “Discovering Ecofeminism in Sanora Babb’s Narratives. In Joanne Dearcopp and Christine Hill Smith (eds)’s Unknown No More: Recovering Sanora Babb. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. (2021).

Battat, Erin Royston. “Introduction.” In Sanora Babb’s Dark Earth and Selected Prose from the Great Depression. Greenwich, CT: Muse Ink Press. (2021).

James Battat

Associate Professor of Physics

 

Chandler, John F.; Battat, James B.R.; Murphy Jr., Thomas W.; Reardon, Daniel; Reasenber, Robert D.; and Shapiro, Irwin I. “The Planetary Ephemeris Program: Capability, Comparison, and Open Source Availability.” The Astronomical Journal. 162(2). (2021).

A. Abed Abud et al. “Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) Near Detector Conceptual Design Report.” (2021).

J.B.R. Battat, C. Eldridge, A.C. Ezeribe, O.P. Gaunt, J.-L. Gauvreau, R.R. Marcelo Gregorio, E.K.K. Habich, K.E. Hall, J.L. Harton, I. Ingabire, R. Lafler, D. Loomba, W.A. Lynch, S.M. Paling, A.Y. Pan, A. Scarff, F.G. Schuckman II, D.P. Snowden-Ifft, N.J.C. Spooner, C. Toth, and A.A. Xu. “Improved Sensitivity of the DRIFT-IId Directional Dark Matter Experiment using Machine Learning”, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. (2021).

Nazan Bedirhanoglu

Freedom Project Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Science

 

Bedirhanoglu, Nazan. “Kurds and the Laboratory of Securitization.” Social Research. 88(2): pp. 335-357. (2021).

Bedirhanoglu, Nazan. “The United States-Kurdish Relations over Northeastern Syria: from Instrumentalism to Doctrinism?” In Thomas Schmidinger (ed)’s The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria: Between a Rock and a Hard Place. Transnational Press London. Pp. 153-173. (2020).

Patricia Gray Berman

Theodora L. and Stanley H. Feldberg Professor of Art

 

Berman, Patricia Gray. “From Folk to a Folk Race: Carl Arbo and National Romantic Anthropology in Norway.” In Marsha Morton and Barbara Larson (eds)’s Constructing Race on the Borders of Europe: Ethnography, Anthropology, and Visual Culture, c. 1850-1930. London: Bloomsbury Press. Pp. 25-49. (2021).

Berman, Patricia Gray. “Tracey Emin and the Matter of Munch.” Royal Academy Magazine. London. (2020).

Berman, Patricia Gray. “What Munch’s Camera Saw.” In Heidi Amundsen (ed)’s The Experimental Self: Edvard Munch’s Photographs. Oslo: Munch Museum. pp. 7-24. (2020).

Hélène Bilis

Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies

 

Bilis, Hélène and McClure, Ellen (eds). Teaching French Neoclassical Tragedy. New York: MLA. (2021).

Bilis, Hélène and Mawhorter, Peter. “Mapping Social Networks in La Princesse de Clèves: The ‘Commerce’ of Lafayette’s Court.” French Studies. 75(2). (2021).

Bilis, Hélène. “Bérénice on Trial: Judging Corneille Against Racine.” Early Modern French Studies. 42(2): pp. 160-173. (2020).

Bilis, Hélène. “Reading Lafayette from the Outside: Character Interactions in the ‘Anti-Imaginative Novel’.” In Kelly Fender McConnell and Michael Meere (eds) Coups de Maître. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture, in Honour of John D. Lyons. Oxford: Peter Lang. Pp. 143-166. (2021).

Judith B. Black

Associate Professor Emerita of Art

 

Black, Judith. Vacation. StanleyBarker Books. (2021).

Dan Brabander

Frost Professor in Environmental Sciences and Professor of Geosciences

 

Gallagher, C. L.*; Oettgen H. L.*; and Brabander, D. J. “Beyond community gardens: A participatory research study evaluating nutrient and lead profiles of urban harvested fruit.” Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene. 8(1): pp. 004. (2020).

Alexander Brey

Assistant Professor of Art

 

Brey, Alexander. "Digital Art History in 2021." History Compass. (2021).

Brian Brubach

Associate Professor of Computer Science

 

Brubach, B.; Grammel, N.; Ma, W.; and Srinivasan, A. “Follow your star: New frameworks for online stochastic matching with known and unknown patience.” International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Statistics. (2021).

Brubach, B.; Chakrabarti, D.; Dickerson, J.P.; Srinivasan, A.; and Tsepenekas, L. “Fairness, Semi-Supervised Learning, and More: A General Framework for Clustering with Stochastic Pairwise Constraints.” AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence. (2021).

Brubach, B; Grammel, N.; Harris, D.G.; Srinivasan, A.; Tsepenekas, L.; and Vullikanti, A. “Approximating Two-Stage Stochastic Supplier Problems.” International Conference on Approximation Algorithms for Combinatorial Optimization Problems. (2021).

Esmaeili, S.; Brubach, B.; Tsepenekas, L.; and Dickerson, J.P. “Probabilistic Fair Clustering.” Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems. (2020).

Anne Brubaker

Lecturer in the Writing Program

 

Brubaker, Anne. “Who Counts? Urgent Lessons from Ida B. Wells’ Radical Statistics.” American Quarterly. (2022).

Brubaker, Anne. “‘Numbers Have Such Pretty Names’: Gertrude Stein’s Mathematical Poetics.” Robert Tubbs, Alice Jenkins, and Nina Engelhardt (eds)’s The Palgrave Handbook of Literature and Mathematics. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 339-360. (2021).

Heather C. Bryant

Lecturer in the Writing Program

 

Bryant, Heather C. “‘Homesick for the North American Continent’: Elizabeth Bowen's Postwar Transatlantic Crossings.” Irish University Review. 51(1): pp. 114-130. (2021).

Katherine Buchholz

Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Bruce, S.E.; Buchholz, K.R.; and Brown, W.J. “The insula in women with PTSD.” Wiley Encyclopedia of Health Psychology: Neuroscience and Biological Bases of Behavior. (2020).

Gladstone, T.; Schwartz, J.; Possel, P.; Richer, A.; Buchholz, K.; and Rintell, L. “Depressive symptoms among adolescents: Testing vulnerability-stress and protective models in the context of COVID-19.” Child Psychiatry & Human Development. (2021).

Gladstone, T.R.G.; Buchholz, K.R.; Fitzgibbon, M.; Schiffer, L.; Lee, M.; and Van Voorhees, B. W. “Randomized clinical trial of an internet-based adolescent depression prevention intervention in primary care: Internalizing symptom outcomes.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17(21). (2020).

Tom Burke

Ralph Emerson and Alice Freeman Palmer Professor of Political Science

 

Barnes, Jeb and Burke, Thomas F. “Untangling the Concept of Adversarial Legalism.” Annual Review of Law and Social Science. 16: pp. 473-487. (2020).

Dorfman, Doron and Burke, Thomas F. "30 Years Later, Still Fighting Over the ADA." The Regulatory Review. (2020).

Burke, Thomas F. and Barnes, Jeb., “With the coronavirus, where government stumbles,litigation will step in.” The Conversation. (2020).

Bryan E. Burns

Professor of Classical Studies

 

Burke, B.; Burns, B.; Charami, A.; Van Damme, T.; Hermann, N.; and Lis, B. “Excavations at Ancient Eleon in Boeotia 2011-2018.” American Journal of Archaeology. 124: pp. 441-76. (2020).

Burns, Byran. “Boars’ Tusk Helmets.” C. Pache (ed)’s The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Homer. Cambridge. Pp. 305-306. (2020).

Burns, Byran. “Nestor’s Cup.” C. Pache (ed)’s The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Homer. Cambridge. Pp. 361-362. (2020).

Burns, Byran. “Troy and Its Treasures.” C. Pache (ed)’s The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Homer. Cambridge. Pp. 392-394. (2020).

Burke, B.; Burns, B.; Charami, A.; and Kyriatzi, O. “Excavations at Ancient Eleon 2012-2014: Memorializing the Past.” A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed)’s AETHSE V: Fifth Archaeological Meeting of Thessaly and Central Greece. University of Thessaly, Volos. Pp. 783-898. (2020).

Burns, B.; Rupp, D.W.; Carter, T.; Athanasoulis, D.; Charami, A.; Burke, B.; Gallimore, S.; James, S.; Nakassis, Z.; Bonias, J.Y. Perreault; Karapanou, S.; and Haggsma, M.J..“Fieldwork of the Canadian Institute in Greece in 2017.” Mouseion: Journal of the Classical Association of Canada. 17: pp. 395-416. (2021).

Christopher Candland

Professor of Political Science

 

Candland, Christopher. Welfare without the State? Religious Charity, Human Security, and Government Legitimacy in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. New York: Oxford University Press. (2021).

Kellie Cherie Carter Jackson

Associate Professor of Africana Studies

 

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “‘Dare You Meet a Woman’: Black Women, Violence and Abolitionism, 1850-1859.” Journal of the Slavery and Abolition. (2020.)

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “The Impotence of Nonviolence: Understanding the Utility of Force in the Black Lives Matter Movement.” The American Historian. 25: pp. 12-16. (2020).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Why Historical Film Matters.” In Erica Armstrong Dunbar, T.K. Hunter, Jim Downs, and Tim McCarthy (eds)’s Reckoning with History: Unfinished Stories of American Freedom. New York: Columbia University Press. Pp. 133-146. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Abolition.” in Michaël Roy (ed)’s Frederick Douglass in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 149-161. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Abolitionism and Black Intellectual History.” In Leslie M. Alexander, Russell Rickford, and Brandon Byrd (eds)’s Expanding the Boundaries of Black

Intellectual History. Evanston: Northwestern University Press. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “The 1680 VA Law that Forbid Black People from Bearing Arms.” In Ibram X. Kendi and Keisha Blain (eds)’s 400 Souls: A Community History of African America, 1619-2019. New York: One World. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Telling and Retelling: The Diversity of Black Political Practices.” In David Waldstreicher and Van Gosse (eds)’s Emancipations, Reconstructions, and Revolutions: African American Politics and U.S. History in the Long 19th Century. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Pp. 216-222. (2020).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “I Am A Black Woman in Academia. Nikole Hannah-Jones’s Tenure Saga Isn't Unique.” Cognoscenti. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “What the Push to Celebrate Juneteenth Conceals.” The Atlantic. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “The Demand of Freedom: The United States First Civil Rights Movement.” TheNation. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Hollywood Has Finally Deemed Black Women Worthy of Feel-Good TV.” The New York Times. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “The Derek Chauvin Verdict Won’t Stop Cops Murdering Black People. We StillAren’t Safe.” The Guardian. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “The Inaction of Capitol Police Was by Design: The spectacle of Wednesday’s tepid police response to riotous mobs shocked many. But the passivity is not some surprising anomaly—it is the status quo.” The Atlantic. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Harris’s speech placed her in the long legacy of Black women who built America.” Washington Post. (2020).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “The Violence of the Underground Railroad: Review of Robert H. Churchill’s “The Underground Railroad and the Geography of Violence in Antebellum America.”” Reviews in American History. 49(2): pp. 246-249. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Review of Joseph Reidy’s “Illusions of Emancipation: The Pursuit of Freedom and Equality in the Twilight of Slavery”.” The Journal of Civil War History. 67(2): pp. 145-146. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “A Review of Kate Masur’s “Until Justice Be Done: America’s First Civil Rights Movement from the Revolution to Reconstruction”.” The Nation. (2021).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Film Review of “Harriet.”” The American Historical Review. 126(1): pp. 223-224. (2021).

Xan Sarah Chacko

Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Women’s and Gender Studies

 

Adhikari, Kamalesh; Bikundo, Edwin; Chacko, Xan; Chapman, Susannah; Humphries, Fran; Johnson, Hope; Keast, Evan; Lawson, Charles; Malbon, Justin; Robinson, Daniel; Rourke, Michelle; Sanderson, Jay; and Tranter, Kieran. “What should Farmers’ Rights look like? The possible substance of a right.” Agronomy, 11(2): pp. 1-19. (2021).

Bosse, Joycelyn; Chacko, Xan; and Chapman, Susannah. “The Cosmopolitics of Food Futures: Imagining Nature, Law, and Apocalypse.” Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies. 34(6): pp. 1-19. (2020).

Adhikari, Kamalesh; Chacko, Xan; and Jefferson, David. “Intellectual Property of Native Foods.” Legal Fact Sheets for the Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation Learning Centre on Uniquely Australian Foods. (2020).

Linda Charmaraman

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Charmaraman, L.; Mueller, M.K.; and Richer, A.M. “The Role of Pet Companionship in Online and Offline Social Interactions in Adolescence.” Child Adolescent Social Work Journal. 37: pp. 589–599. (2020).

Richer, A.M. and Charmaraman, L. Infographic: Gender Differences in Civic Engagement. Wellesley Centers for Women. (2020).

Charmaraman, L.; Richer, A.M.; Ben-Joseph, E.P.; and Kerman, E.B. “Quantity, Content, and Context Matter: Associations Among Social Technology Use and Sleep Habits in Early Adolescents.” Journal of Adolescent Health. 69(1): pp. 162-165. (2020).

Charmaraman, L.; Richer, A.M.; Liu, C.; Lynch, A.D.; and Moreno, M.A. “Early Adolescent Social Media–Related Body Dissatisfaction: Associations with Depressive Symptoms, Social Anxiety, Peers, and Celebrities.” Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics. 42(5), pp. 401-407. (2021).

Mueller, M.K.; Richer, A.M.; Callina, K.S.; and Charmaraman, L. “Companion Animal Relationships and Adolescent Loneliness during COVID-19.” Animals. 11(3): pp. 885. (2021).

Hyun, S.; Finneas Wong, G.T.; Levy-Carrick, N.C.; Charmaraman, L.; Cozier, Y.; Yip, T.; Hahm, H.C.; and Liu, C.H. “Psychosocial correlates of posttraumatic growth among U.S. young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.” Psychiatry Research. (2021).

Charmaraman, L.; Delcourt, C.G.; Najera, C.S.; Vargas, E.; Gramajo, A.; Richer, A.M.; Adachi-Mejia, A.M. “Disconnecting and Reconnecting: A Photovoice Workshop on Healthy Social Media Use.” Afterschool Matters. (2021).

Charmaraman, L. and Grevet Delcourt, C. “Prototyping for social wellbeing with early social media users: Belonging, experimentation, and self-care.” CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’21). Yokohama, Japan and ACM, New York, NY. (2021).

Charmaraman, L.; Grossman, J. M.; and Richer, A. M. “Same-Sex Attraction Disclosure and Sexual Communication Topics within Families. Journal of GLBT Family Studies. Pp. 1-17. (2020).

Courtney C. Coile

Professor of Economics

 

Coile, Courtney C.; Duggan, Mark; and Guo, Audrey. “To Work for Yourself, for Others, or Not At All? How Disability Benefits Affect the Employment Decisions of Older Veterans.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. (2021).

Catia C. Confortini

Associate Professor of Peace and Justice Studies

 

Confortini, Catia C.; Väyrynen, Tarja; Parashar, Swati; and Féron, Élise (eds). Handbook of Feminist Peace Research. London and New York: Routledge. (2021).

Confortini, Catia C. and Félix de Souza, Natália Maria. “Conversations Section Introduction.” International Feminist Journal of Politics. 23(4). (2021).

Confortini, Catia C. and Félix de Souza, Natália Maria. “Conversations Section Introduction.” International Feminist Journal of Politics. 23(3). (2021).

Confortini, Catia C. and Félix de Souza, Natália Maria. “Conversations Section Introduction.” International Feminist Journal of Politics. 23(2). (2021).

Confortini, Catia C. and Félix de Souza, Natália Maria. “Conversations Section Introduction.” International Feminist Journal of Politics. 23(1). (2021).

Confortini, Catia C. and Félix de Souza, Natália Maria. “Conversations Section Introduction.” International Feminist Journal of Politics. 22(5). (2020).

Confortini, Catia C. and Félix de Souza, Natália Maria. “Conversations Section Introduction.” International Feminist Journal of Politics. 22(4). (2020).

Confortini, Catia C. and Félix de Souza, Natália Maria. “Conversations Section Introduction.” International Feminist Journal of Politics. 22(3). (2020).

Confortini, Catia C.; Lyytikainen, Mina; Yadav, Punam; Wibben, Annick; and Jauhola, Marjaana. “Unruly Wives: Toward Feminist Genealogies for Peace Research.” Cooperation and Conflict. (2020).

Confortini, Catia C. “Race, Empire, and War in the International Thought of Emily Greene Balch.” in Patricia Owens and Katharina Rietzler (eds)’s Women’s International Thought: A New History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (2021).

Confortini, Catia C. “Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.” In Oliver Richmond and Gëzim Visoka (eds)’s Palgrave Encyclopedia of Peace and Conflict Studies. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. (2020).

Elena Creef

Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies

 

Creef, Elena. “Remembering the Battle of Pezi Sla (Greasy Grass—aka Little Bighorn) with the Lakota, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho Victory Riders—an Autoethnographic Photo Essay.” Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies. 21(3): pp. 1-14. (2021).

Louise Darling

Knafel Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences; Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

 

Popescu, M.C.*; Lee, Y.J.*; Kim, S.S.*; Wade H.M.*; Papakyrikos, A.M.*; and Darling L.E.O.. “The phosphorylation state of both hERG and KvLQT1 mediates protein-protein interactions between these complementary cardiac potassium channel alpha subunits.” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta Biomembranes. 1863(4): pp. 183556. (2021).

Greer, H.M.; Overton, K.; Ferguson, M.A.; Spain, E.M.; Darling, L.E.O.; Núñez, M.E.; and Volle CB† “Extracellular Polymeric Substance Protects Some Cells in an E. coli Biofilm from the Biomechanical Consequences of Treatment with Magainin 2.” Microorganisms. 9(5): pp. 976. (2021).

Darling, L.E.O.; Goss, J.W.; and Roden, J.A.. “Breaking Bricks: A Hands-On Model of Enzyme Kinetics and Inhibition.” Course Source. (2021).

* indicates Wellesley student co-author, and † represents the corresponding author on the publication.

Venita Datta

Professor of French and Francophone Studies

 

Datta, Venita. “Remembering Dominique Kalifa.” In Venita Datta (ed)’s H-France Salon. 113(9). (2021).

Datta, Venita. “La Belle Époque des Chrononymes Paris as a Symbol, 1852-1914.” In Olah Jubin (ed)’s Paris and the Musical. Routledge. Pp. 21-36. (2021).

Datta, Venita. “Gilded Age.” In Dominique Kalifa and Pierre Nora (eds)’s Dénommer l’histoire: Essais sur les noms du temps, 19ème-20ème siècles. Paris: Gallimard. Pp. 97-117. (2020).

Helena de Bres

Associate Professor of Philosophy

 

De Bres, Helena. Artful truths: The philosophy of memoir. University of Chicago Press. (2021).

Chipo Dendere

Assistant Professor of Africana Studies

 

Dendere, C. “Financing political parties in Africa: the case of Zimbabwe.” The Journal of Modern African Studies. 59(3): pp. 295-317. (2021).

Elizabeth R. DeSombre

Camilla Chandler Frost Professor of Environmental Studies

 

Barkin, Samuel J. and DeSombre, Elizabeth R. “Responsibility on the High Seas.” In Hannes Hansen-Magnusson and Antje Vetterlein (eds)’s Handbook on Responsibility in International Relations. Routledge. (2021).

Lisette DeSouza

Associate Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Richer, A.M.; DeSouza, L.M.; Lynch, A.D.; and Grossman, J.M. Parent-Teen Communication: Before and During COVID-19. Wellesley Centers for Women. (2020).

Grossman, J.M.; Lynch, A.D.; DeSouza, L.M.; and Richer, A.M. “Resources for Teens’ Health: Talk with Parents and Extended Family about Sex.” Journal of Child and Family Studies. 30: pp. 338–349. (2021).

Christen Deveney

Associate Professor of Psychology

 

Zik, J.; Deveney, C.M.; Ellingson, J.; Haller, S.; Kircanski, K.; Cardinale, E.; Brotman, M.A.; and Stoddard, J.. “Understanding irritability in relation to anger, aggression, and informant in a pediatric clinical population.” Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. (2021).

Ross, A.J.; Roule, A.L.; Deveney, C.M.; Towbin, K.E.; Pine, D.S.; Brotman, M.A.; Leibenluft, E.; and Tseng, W-L.. “A preliminary study on functional connectivity during frustration in youths with bipolar disorder.” Bipolar Disorders. 23(3): pp. 263-273. (2021).

Susan H. Ellison

Associate Professor of Anthropology

 

Ellison, Susan. “Corrective Capacities: From Unruly Politics to Democratic Capacitación.” In Rachel Douglas-Jones and Justin Shaffner (eds)’s Hope and Insufficiency in an Ethnographic Perspective. Berghahn Books: New York. (2021).

Donald E. Elmore

Michael and Denise Kellen ‘68 Chair in the Sciences; Professor of Chemistry

 

Beers, M.; Hall, M. L.; Matthews, A. G.; Elmore, D. E.; Oakes, E. S. C.; Goss, J. W.; and Radhakrishnan, M. L. “A Fully Integrated Undergraduate Introductory Biology and Chemistry Course with a Community-Based Focus. II. Vision, Design, Implementation, and Development.” Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education. (2021).

Pociask, S.; Weerapana, A.; Taylor, P.; Radhakrishnan, M. L.; Oakes, E. S. C.; Matthews, A. G.; and Elmore, D. E. “A Fully Integrated Undergraduate Introductory Biology and Chemistry Course with a Community-Based Focus. II. Assessment of Course Effectiveness.” Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education. (2021).

Alla L. Epsteyn

Senior Lecturer in Russian

 

Epsteyn, Alla L. and Solovieva, Maya. “Extracurricular Activities in Russian Language and Culture Program: Challenges and Perspectives.” In Evgeny Dengub, Irina Dubinina, and Jason Merrill (eds)’s The Art of Teaching Russian. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press. (2020).

Oscar E. Fernandez

Class of 1966 Associate Professor of Mathematics

 

Korstange, Ryan; Blum, Susan D.; Fernandez, Oscar; Imad, Mays; Laird, Thomas F. Nelson; and Pantelides, Kate L. “A Theory of Public Higher Education.” Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Penn State University Press. 104(2-3): pp. 141-251. (2021).

Debra Freas

Visiting Lecturer in Classical Studies

 

Freas, Debra. "Discontinuity and Debate in Seneca’s Troas." Classical World. 114(3): pp. 317-338. (2021).

Freas, Debra. "Fabula Muta: Petronius, Poetry, and Rape." American Journal of Philology. 142. (2021).

Richard G. French

Louise Sherwood McDowell and Sarah Frances Whiting Professor of Astrophysics; Professor of Astronomy

 

Rappaport, Nicole J.; French, Richard G.; Balmino, Georges; and McGhee-French, Colleen A.. “Unveiled density wave in Saturns’ rings.” Icarus. 354 (2021).

French, R.G.; Bridges, B. Hedman, M.M.; Nicholson, P.D.; Mankovich, C.; and McGhee-French, C.A.. “Kronoseismology V: A Panoply of Waves in Saturn’s C Ring Driven by High Order Internal Planetary Oscillations.” Icarus. (2021).

Tracy R.G. Gladstone

Research Director & Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Nestor, B.; Sutherland, S.; Kouros, C. D.; Brunwasser, S. M.; Hollon, S. D.; Weersing, V. R.; Gladstone, T. R.; Clarke, G.; Beardslee, W.; Brent, D.; and Garber, J. “Effects of an adolescent depression prevention program on maternal criticisms and positive remarks.” Journal of Family Psychology. 34(8): pp. 927–937. (2020).

Archibald, E.; Gladstone, S.; and Gladstone, T. “Working with Parents with Depression in Family Intervention.” In J. Allen, D. Hawes, and C. Essau (eds)’s Family-Based Intervention for Child and Adolescent Mental Health: A Core Competencies Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (2021).

Terrizzi, D. A.; Khan, H. A.; Paulson, A.; Abuwalla, Z.; Solis, N.; Bolotin, M.; Burke, B.; Toner, E.; de Forest, S. A.; Lee, M.; Goodwin, B.; Fogel, J.; Gladstone, T.R.G.; and Van Voorhees, B. W. “Understanding Adolescent Expressions of Sadness: A Qualitative Exploration.” Research and Theory for Nursing Practice. 34(4): pp. 321–339. (2020).

Van Voorhees, B.V.; Gladstone, T.R.G.; Sobowale, K.; Brown, C.H.; Aaby, D.A.; Terrizzi, D.A.; Canel, J.; Ching, E.; Berry, A.D.; Cantorna, J.; Eder, M.; Beardslee, W.;Fitzgibbon, M.; Marko-Holguin, M.; Schiffer, L.; Lee, M.; DeForest, S.A.; Sykes, E.E.; Suor, J.H.; Crawford, T.J.; Burkhouse, K.L.; Goodwin, B.C.; and Bell, C. “Randomized clinical trial of a web-based adolescent depression prevention intervention in primary care: 24 month outcomes.” Journal of Medical Internet Research. 22(10). (2020).

Gladstone, T.; Schwartz, J.; Possel, P.; Richer, A.; Buchholz, K.; and Rintell, L. “Depressive symptoms among adolescents: Testing vulnerability-stress and protective models in the context of COVID-19.” Child Psychiatry & Human Development. (2021).

Gladstone, T.R.G.; Buchholz, K.R.; Fitzgibbon, M.; Schiffer, L.; Lee, M.; and Van Voorhees, B. W. “Randomized clinical trial of an internet-based adolescent depression prevention intervention in primary care: Internalizing symptom outcomes.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17(21). (2020).

Tracy R. Gleason

Professor of Psychology

 

Gleason, T.; Tarsha, M.; Kurth, A.; and Narvaez, D. “Opportunities for free play and young children’s autonomic regulation.” Developmental Psychobiology. (2021).

K.E. Goldschmitt

Assistant Professor of Music

 

Goldschmitt, K. E. "Favela Chic in Action: Soundtracking Urban Violence in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.” In James Buhler and Mark Durrand (eds)’s Music in Action Film: Sounds Like Action!. New York: Routledge. Pp. 3-17. (2021).

Katherine Grandjean

Associate Professor of History

 

Grandjean, Katherine and Schuetze, Sarah (eds). Early American Literature: Reframing 1620. 56(1). (2021).

Grandjean, Katherine and Schuetze, Sarah. “1620, Interrupted." Early American Literature. 56(1): pp. 3-21. (021).

John Goss

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

 

Gibbs, E.; Hsu, J.; Barth, K.; and Goss, J.W. “Characterization of the nanomechanical properties of the fission yeast (Schizosaccharomyces pombe) cell surface by atomic force microscopy.” Yeast. 38(8): pp. 480-492. (2021).

Darling, L.E.O.; Goss, J.W.; and Roden, J.A. “Breaking bricks: A hands-on model of enzyme kinetics and inhibition.” CourseSource. 8. (2021).

Beers, M.; Hall, M.; Matthews, A.G.W.; Elmore, D.E.; Oakes, E.S.C.; Goss, J.W.; and Radhakrishnan, M.L. “A fully-integrated, undergraduate introductory biology and chemistry course with a community-based focus.” Biochem Mol Biol Educ. Pp. 1-11. (2021).

Autumn Green

Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Green, A.R. “Following a Semester in the Life of a Single-Mother at a California Community College.” About Campus. 26 (2): pp. 21-29. (May 2021).

Green, A.R. and Haghighat, S. “Supporting Student Parents: Results From Research on Mid-Atlantic Colleges and Universities.” Wellesley, MA: Wellesley Centers for Women. (2021).

Green, A.R.; Parsons, N.A.; and Galison, S.M. “Supporting Student Parents: Results from Pilot Research on New England Colleges & Universities.” Wellesley Centers for Women. (2021).

Green, A.R.; Pham, A.; and Katz, S.M. “Supporting Student Parents: Results from Research on Colleges & Universities in Florida.” Wellesley, MA: Wellesley Centers for Women. (2021).

Green, A.R. and Haghighat, S. Find Your Way: A Mid-Atlantic Guide to Colleges and Universities for Students with Children, 3rd Edition. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley Centers for Women. (2021).

Green, A.R.; Bingham, N.A.; and Galison, S. Find Your Way: A New England Guide to Colleges and Universities for Students with Children, 3rd Edition. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley Centers for Women. (2021).

Green, A. “Colleges should not abandon student parents to fend for themselves.” The Hechinger Report. (2020).

Green, A. “Student housing is scarce for college students who have kids.” The Conversation. (2020).

Green, A. “Colleges Must Accommodate Students Who Are Breastfeeding—Even in Zoom Classes.” Ms. Magazine. (2020).

Green, A. “Oregon is Finally Counting Student Parents. Other States Should Follow.” Diverse Issues in Higher Education. (2021).

Green, A. and Robeson, W.W. “Closing University Child Care Centers Hurts Both Student Parents and Future Educators.” Diverse Issues in Higher Education. (2020).

Alden B. Griffith

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies

 

Griffith, A. B.; Rodgers, V. L.; and Dukes, J. S. “Demographic analysis of invasible habitat fraction identifies context-dependent roles of resource availability and biotic resistance in determining invasion success.” Journal of Ecology. 109(2): pp. 714–726. (2021).

Smith-Tripp, S.; Griffith, A.; Pasquarella, V. J.; and Matthes, J. H. “Impacts of a regional multiyear insect defoliation event on growing-season runoff ratios and instantaneous streamflow characteristics.” Ecohydrology. e2332. (2021).

Jennifer Grossman

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Grossman, J.M.; Pearce, N.; and Richer, A.M. (2021). “The Family System of Sexuality Communication: Extended Family Perceptions of Adolescent-Family Talk about Sex, with Sibling and Non-Sibling Comparison.” Sexes. 2(1): pp. 1-16. (2021).

Richer, A.M.; DeSouza, L.M.; Lynch, A.D.; and Grossman, J.M. Parent-Teen Communication: Before and During COVID-19. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley Centers for Women. (2020).

Grossman, J.M.; Lynch, A.D.; DeSouza, L.M.; and Richer, A.M. “Resources for Teens’ Health: Talk with Parents and Extended Family about Sex.” Journal of Child and Family Studies. 30: pp. 338–349. (2021).

Charmaraman, L.; Grossman, J. M.; and Richer, A. M. “Same-Sex Attraction Disclosure and Sexual Communication Topics within Families.” Journal of GLBT Family Studies. pp. 1-17. (2020).

Simon Grote

Associate Professor of History

 

Grote, Simon. “Accidental Radicalism: Toward a Multidisciplinary Intellectual History of the Early German Enlightenment.” Global Intellectual History (2020).

Grote, Simon. “From Spiritual Taste to Good Taste? Reflections on Aesthetic Theory’s Pietist Roots.” In Karl Axelsson, Camilla Flodin, and Matthias Pirholt (eds)’s Beyond Autonomy in Eighteenth-Century Aesthetics. London: Routledge. (2020).

Grote, Simon. “When Innovation goes out of Fashion: Joachim Lange’s (1670-1744) Lectures to Empty Benches.” In Daniel Fulda and Andreas Peçar (eds)’s Innovationsuniversität Halle? Neuheit und Innovation als historische und als historiographische Kategorien. Berlin: De Gruyter. (2020).

Grote, Simon. “Review of From Natural Law to Political Economy: J. H. G. von Justi on State, Commerce and International Order, by Ere Nokkala (Vienna: Lit, 2019).” Intellectual History Review. (2020).

Julia Gutiérrez

Visiting Lecturer in Women’s and Gender Studies

 

Mattingly, Marybeth J.; Gutierrez, Julia; Perlmeter, Emily Ryder; and Wullert, Katherine E. “It Took a Pandemic: Expanded Assistance, Material Hardship, and Helping Others during the Covid-19 Crisis.” Monitoring the Crisis: American Voices Project. Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, and Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. (2021).

David R. Haines

Associate Professor Emeritus of Chemistry

 

Sicinski, K. M.; Montanari, V.; Raman, V. S.; Doyle, J. R.; Harwood, B. N.; Song, Y. C.; Fagna, M. P.; Rios, M.; Haines, D. R.; Kopin, A. S.; Beinborn, M.; and Kumar, K.. “A Non-Perturbative Molecular Grafting Strategy for Stable and Potent Therapeutic Peptide Ligands.” ACS Cent. Sci. 7: pp. 454-466. (2021).

Nadya S. Hajj

Whitehead Associate Professor of Critical Thought; Associate Professor of Peace & Justice Studies

 

Hajj, Nadya S. Networked refugees: Palestinian reciprocity and remittances in the digital age. Critical Refugee Studies. Oakland, CA: University of California Press. (2021).

Georgia Hall

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Hall, G. and Wheeler, K.A. STEM Engagement for Girls in Rural Communities: Research Snapshot. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley Centers for Women. (2021).

Wheeler, K.A. and Hall, G. “Exploring STEM Engagement in Girls in Rural Communities: Results from GEMS Clubs.” Afterschool Matters. (2021).

Anjeana K. Hans

Associate Professor of German Studies

 

Hans, Anjeana K. “Das Kleine und Halbe. Die Ellen Richter-Film, die Ufa und Willi Wolffs Operettenadaption Der Juxbaron (1927).” Filmblatt. 25(73): pp. 34-49. (2021).

Hans, Anjeana K. “‘Komisch ist die Welt, wie ein Traum:’ Franziska Gaal’s Verwechslungskomödien and the Exile’s Crisis of Identity.” In Barbara Hales and Valerie Weinstein (eds)’s Rethinking Jewishness in Weimar Film. New York: Berghahn Books. (2021).

Hans, Anjeana K. Warning Shadows. Rochester, NY: Camden House. (2021).

Michael J. Hearn

Professor Emeritus of Chemistry

 

Hearn, Michael J.; Pugh, Catherine; and Cynamon, Michael. "Lipophilic modifications of sulfabenzamide against tuberculosis.” 260th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, San Francisco, CA. (August 23-27, 2020).

Hearn, Michael J. and Cynamon, Michael H. "Preparation and characterization of novel six-membered aliphatic heterocycles as potential antitubercular agents.” 261st ACS National Meeting & Exposition. Online. (April 5-16, 2021).

Beth A. Hennessey

Professor Emerita of Psychology

 

Hennessey, B.A. “So much more than a graduate school mentor.” In R. Reiter-Palmon, C.M. Fisher, and J.S. Mueller (eds)’s Creativity at work: A festschrift in honor of Teresa Amabile. London: Palgrave MacMillan. (2020).

Rosanna Hertz

Class of 1919 – 50th Reunion Professor of Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies

 

Hertz, Rosanna; Mattes, Jane; and Shook, Alexandria. “When Paid Work Invades the Family: Single Mothers in the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Journal of Family Issues. (2020).

Hertz, Rosanna. “Review of “Innovation at the Margins and Structural Change”

Margaret Marsh and Wanda Ronner, The Pursuit of Parenthood: Reproductive Technology from Test-tube Babies to Uterus Transplants. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 2019 and Catherine Waldby, The Oocyte Economy: The Changing Meaning of Human Eggs. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2019.” Society. 57: pp. 576-580. (2020).

Jonathan B. Imber

Jean Glasscock Professor of Sociology

 

Imber, Jonathan B. “Book Review: Duty Amidst Disenchantment.” Law & Liberty. (July 1, 2020).

Imber, Jonathan B. “The Brass Ring: Is credentialism ‘the last acceptable prejudice’?” The Hedgehog Review. Pp. 139-143. (Spring 2021).

Laura Ingallinella

Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Italian Studies & English

 

Ingallinella, Laura. “The Canonization of Piccarda Donati.” Forum Italicum. 55(2). (June 2021).

Laura Ingallinella. “The women who appear in Dante’s ‘Divine Comedy’ are finally getting their due, 700 years later.” The Conversation. (2021).

Eric Jarrard

Elisabeth Luce Moore Postdoctoral Fellow in Religion

 

Jarrard, Eric X. “Reconciliation in the Joseph Story.” Biblical Interpretation. 29: pp. 148-186. (2021).

Laura Jeppesen

Senior Music Performance Faculty in Viola da Gamba

 

Jeppesen, Laura. Marais at Midnight. CENTAUR. (2021).

Joseph P. Joyce

M. Margaret Ball Professor of International Relations; Professor of Economics

 

Joyce, J. “The Sources of International Investment Income in Emerging Market Economies.” Review of International Economics. 29(3). (2021).

Margaret Keane

Denise Kellen ‘68 Professor in the Health and Sciences; Professor of Psychology

 

Lynch, K.; Keane, M. M.; and Verfaellie, M.. “The status of semantic memory in medial temporal lobe amnesia varies with demands on scene construction.” Cortex. 131: pp. 114-122. (2020).

Sari A. Kerr

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women; Lecturer in Economics

 

Kerr, Sari Pekkala and Kerr, William R. “Whose Job Is It Anyway? Co-Ethnic Hiring in New U.S. Ventures.” Journal of Human Capital. 15(1): pp. 86–127. (2021).

Barth, Erling; Kerr, Sari Pekkala; and Olivetti, Claudia. “The Dynamics of Gender Earnings Differentials: Evidence from Establishment Data.” European Economic Review. 134. (2021).

Kerr, Sari Pekkala; Pekkarinen, Tuomas; Sarvimäki, Matti; and Uusitalo, Roope. “Post-Secondary Education and Information on Labor Market Prospects: A Randomized Field Experiment.” Labour Economics. 66. (2020).

Kerr, Sari Pekkala and Kerr, William R. “Immigration Policy Levers for US Innovation and Startups.” In A. Goolsbee and B. Jones (eds)’s Innovation and Public Policy, University of Chicago Press. (2021).

Kerr, Sari Pekkala and Kerr, William R. “Immigrant Networking and Collaboration: Survey Evidence from CIC.” In I. Ganguli, S. Kahn, and M. MacGarvie (eds)’s The Roles of Immigrants and Foreign Students in U.S. Science, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. University of Chicago Press. (2020).

Kerr, S. “Immigrant Entrepreneurs.” Immigrant and Economic Recovery Forum. The Center for Growth and Opportunity. (2020).

Kerr, S.P.; Pekkarinen, T.; Sarvimäki, M.; and Uusitalo, R. “Post-secondary education and information on labor market prospects: A randomized field experiment.” Labour Economics. 66. (2020).

Kerr, S.P. and Kerr, W.R. “Immigration Policy Levers for US Innovation and Startups.” In A. Goolsbee and B. Jones (eds)’s Innovation and Public Policy. University of Chicago Press. (2020).

Pinar Keskin

Associate Professor of Economics

 

Erten, Bilge and Keskin, Pinar. "Female employment and intimate partner violence: Evidence from Syrian Refugee inflows to Turkey." Journal of Development Economics 150: 102607. (2021).

Steven Kirby

Senior Music Performance Faculty in Acoustic Guitar and Jazz Guitar

 

Kirby, S. Jazz guitar improvisation strategies. Berklee Press. (2021).

Vanja Klepac-Ceraj

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

 

Klepac-Ceraj, Vanja; Lewis, C.R.; Bonham, K.S.; McCann, S.H.; Volpe, A.R.; D’Sa, V.; Naymik, M.; De Both, M.D.; Huentelman, M.J.; Lemery-Chalfant, K.; Highlander, S.K.; and Deoni, S.C.L. “Family SES Is Associated with the Gut Microbiome in Infants and Children.” Microorganisms. 9(8). (2021).

Peterson, D.; Bonham, K.S.; Rowland, S.; Pattanayak, C.W.; RESONANCE Consortium; and Klepac-Ceraj, V. “Comparative Analysis of 16S rRNA Gene and Metagenome Sequencing in Pediatric Gut Microbiomes.” Front Microbiol. (2021).

Ferro, L.E.; Sugino, K.Y.; Klepac-Ceraj, V.; and Comstock, S.S. “The Abundance of Human Milk Oligosaccharide (HMO)-Metabolizing Genes in Fecal Samples from Six-Month-Old Human Infants.” Microorganisms. 9(7). (2021).

Rojas, C.A.; De Santiago, Torio A.; Park, S.; Bosak, T.; and Klepac-Ceraj, V. “Organic Electron Donors and Terminal Electron Acceptors Structure Anaerobic Microbial Communities and Interactions in a Permanently Stratified Sulfidic Lake.” Front Microbiol. (2021).

Hough, M.; McClure, A.; Bolduc, B.; Dorrepaal, E.; Saleska, S.; Klepac-Ceraj, V.; and Rich, V. “Biotic and Environmental Drivers of Plant Microbiomes Across a Permafrost Thaw Gradient.” Front Microbiol. (2020).

Philip L. Kohl

Kathryn Wasserman Davis Professor Emeritus of Slavic Studies; Professor Emeritus of Anthropology

 

Kohl, Philip L. “Kuro-Arak Monuments North-Eastern Azerbaijan: Issues of Historical, Cultural, and Chronological Interpretation.” History, Archaeology and Ethnography of the Caucasus. 17(1): pp. 163-210. (2021).

Kohl, Philip L, and Kohl, Owen. “Review of Michael L. Galaty’s Memory and Nation Building: From Ancient Times to the Islamic State.” American Antiquity. (Forthcoming).

Kathya Landeros

Knafel Assistant Professor of Humanities; Assistant Professor of Art

 

A Yellow Rose Project (exhibition)

Aurated and organized by Meg Griffiths and Frances Jukabek, hosted at the following institutions:

- Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Denver Colorado. (Oct. 9- Nov 21, 2020).

- The Faye G., Jo and James Stone Gallery, Boston University. (June 1- September 17, 2021).

- Staniar Gallery, Lexington, Virginia. (October 4 - November 3, 2021).

Healing the Divide (Gallery Group Show)

Shown at the Paula Estey Gallery in Newburyport, MA. (April 10-May 28, 2021).

Flavia Laviosa

Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies

 

Laviosa, Flavia. “International students at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome: 1935 - 2020: A history to be written.” Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies. 9(2): pp. 175-209. (2021).

Laviosa, Flavia. “Six continents at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. Flavia Laviosa in conversation with Alfredo Baldi.” Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies. 9(2): pp. 261-270. (2021).

Laviosa, Flavia. “Renzo e Lucia (2004) in TV: Intervista a Francesca Archibugi.” Incontri. Rivista europea di studi italiani. 35(2): pp. 82-88. (2020).

Laviosa, Flavia. “Emanuela Piovano ‘autora’ del cinema al femminile. Intervista con la regista.” Italica. 97(3): pp. 632-649. (2020).

Laviosa, Flavia. “Il lato nascosto della laicità italiana nel cinema di Cristina Comencini.” The Gynocine Project: Women Filmmakers, Feminism, and Film Studies. (2021).

Laviosa, Flavia. “Sfumature comiche e impegno civico nel cinema di Francesca Archibugi.” The Gynocine Project: Women Filmmakers, Feminism, and Film Studies. (2021).

Laviosa, Flavia. “Emanuela Piovano e il suo percorso di ‘cine-autora’.” The Gynocine Project: Women Filmmakers, Feminism, and Film Studies. (2020).

Laviosa, Flavia. “Twentieth-century Italian history through Giovanna Gagliardo’s cinema.” The Gynocine Project: Women Filmmakers, Feminism, and Film Studies. (2020).

Laviosa, Flavia. “Storia politica e privata nel cinema italiano. Intervista con Annarita Zambrano.” The Gynocine Project: Women Filmmakers, Feminism, and Film Studies. (2020).

Ada Lerner

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

 

Tang, Jenny; Shoemaker, Hannah; Lerner, Ada; and Birrell, Eleanor. “Defining Privacy: How Users Interpret Technical Terms in Privacy Policies.” Proceedings on Privacy and Enhancing Technologies. 3: pp. 1-25. (2021).

Peggy Levitt

Professor of Sociology

 

Levitt, Peggy. “Becoming a ‘Cultural Destination of Choice’: lessons on vernacularization from Beirut and Buenos Aires.” International Journal of Cultural Policy. 26(6): pp. 756-770. (2020).

Levitt, Peggy, and Rutherford, Kelly. “Who’s on the Syllabus? World Literature According to the US Pedagogical Canon.” Journal of World Literature. 5: pp. 588-611. (2020).

Levitt, Peggy and Gray, Breda. “Social Welfare versus Transnational Social Protection Regimes: the changing roles of church and state.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. (2020).

LaShawnda Lindsay-Dennis

Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Lindsay, L. “Black Girls Create: Developing a Culturally Responsive Maker Program for Black Girls.” Afterschool Matters. (2021).

Kathryn L. Lynch

Katharine Lee Bates and Sophie Chantal Hart Professor of English

 

Lynch, Kathryn L. “Katharine Lee Bates and Chaucer’s American Children.” The Chaucer Review. 56: pp. 95-118. (2021).

Layli Maparyan

Professor of Africana Studies ; Katherine Stone Kaufmann ’67 Executive Director of the Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Maparyan, L. “Into the kpanguima: Questing for the roots of womanism in West African women’s social and spiritual formations.” In C. L. Bynum and D. Alridge (eds)’s Black intellectual tradition: African American thought in the twentieth century. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. (2021).

Maparyan, L. “Africanity, womanism, and constructive resilience: Some reflections.” Journal of Baha’í Studies. 30(1): pp. 65-75. (2020).

Maparyan, L. “Writing history is an act of justice.” Journal of The History of the Behavioral Sciences. (2020).

Stephen A. Marini

Elisabeth Luce Moore Professor of Christian Studies; Professor of Religion

 

Marini, Stephen A. “From Newcastle upon Tyne to Colonial Carolina: Transatlantic Tune Transmission and Durham Hills’s The Cashaway Psalmody.” In Stephanie Carter, Kirsten Gibson, and Roz Southey (eds)’s Music in the North East of England, 1500-1800. Martlesham, Suffolk, UK: Boydell. Pp. 149-169. (2020).

Marini, Stephen A. “Isaac Watts and the Theological Aesthetics of Evangelical Sacred Song.” In Sarah Covington and Kathryn Reklis (eds)’s Protestant Aesthetics and the Arts. London and New York: Routledge. Pp. 130-146. (2020).

Catherine Masson

Professor Emerita of French

 

Auraix-Jonchière, Pascale; Diaz, Brigitte; and Masson, Catherine (eds). George Sand et le monde des objets. Paris: Classiques Garnier. (2021).

Catherine, Masson. “La palette d’objets-acteurs de George Sand.” Paris: Classiques Garnier. pp. 339-415. (2021).

Erich H. Matthes

Associate Professor of Philosophy; Director, The Camilla Chandler Frost ’47 Center for the Environment

 

Matthes, Erich H. Drawing the Line: What to Do with the Work of Immoral Artists from Museums to the Movies. Oxford University Press. (2021).

Jaclyn Hatala Matthes

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

 

Pastorello, G. Z.; Matthes, J.H.; Papale, D.; et al. “The FLUXNET2015 dataset and the ONEFlux processing pipeline for eddy covariance data.” Scientific Data. 7(225). (2020).

Jevon, F. V.; Record, S.; Grady, J.; Lang, A.K.; Orwig, D.; Ayres, M.; and Matthes, J.H. “Seedling survival declines with increasing conspecific density in a common temperate tree.” Ecosphere. 11(11). (2020).

Conrad-Rooney, E.*; Plotkin, A. Barker; Pasquarella, V.J.; Elkinton, J.; Chandler, J.L.; and Matthes, J.H. “Defoliation severity is positively related to soil solution nitrogen availability and negatively related to soil nitrogen concentrations following a multi-year invasive insect irruption.” AoB Plants. 12(6): pp. 1-9. (2020).

Farrell, K. J.; Weathers, K.C.; Sparks, S.H.; Brentrup, J.A.; Carey, C.C.; Dietze, M.C.; Foster, J.R.; Grayson, K.L.; Matthes, J.H.; and SanClements, M.D. “Training the next generation of macrosystems scientists requires both interpersonal and technical skills.” Frontiers in Ecology & Environment. 19(1): pp. 39-46. (2021).

Lang, A. K.; Jevon, F.V.; Vietorisz, C.; Ayres, M.; and Matthes, J.H. “Fine roots and mycorrhizal fungi accelerate leaf litter decomposition in a northern hardwood forest regardless of dominant tree mycorrhizal associations.” New Phytologist. 230(1): pp. 316-326. (2021).

Smith-Tripp, S.; Griffith, A.; Pasquarella, V.; and Matthes, J.H. “Impacts of a regional multi-year insect defoliation event on seasonal water yield and instantaneous streamflow characteristics. Ecohydrology. (2021).

Delwiche, K.B.; Matthes, J.H.; Jackson, R.B.; et al. “FLUXNET-CH4: A global, multi-ecosystem database and analysis of methane seasonality from freshwater wetlands.” Earth System Science Data. 13(7): pp. 3607–3689. (2021).

* indicates Wellesley student co-author

Adam G. Matthews

Lecturer in Biological Sciences

 

Pociask, S.; Weerapana, A.; Taylor, P.; Radhakrishnan, M.L.; Oakes, E.S.C.; Matthews, A.G.W.; and Elmore, D.E. “A fully integrated undergraduate introductory biology and chemistry course with a community-based focus II: Assessment of course effectiveness.” Biochem Mol Biol Educ. (2021).

Peter Mawhorter

Instructor in Computer Science Laboratory

 

Bilis, Hélène and Mawhorter, Peter. "Mapping Social Networks in La Princesse de Clèves: The ‘Commerce’ of Lafayette’s Court." French Studies. (2021).

Mawhorter, Peter. "Fractal Coordinates for Incremental Procedural Content Generation." Proceedings of the Foundations of Digital Games Conferences. (2021).

Peggy McIntosh

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

McIntosh, P. “Review of Entitled: How Male Privilege Hurts Women.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. (2020).

Kim K. McLeod

Professor of Astronomy

 

Colon, K.D.; McLeod, K.K., et al. “An Unusual Transmission Spectrum for the Sub-Saturn KELT-11b Suggestive of a Subsolar Water Abundance.” The Astronomical Journal. 160(6). (2020).

Rodriguez, J.E.; McLeod, K.K.; et al. “TESS Delivers Five New Hot Giant Planets Orbiting Bright Stars from the Full-frame Images.” The Astronomical Journal. 161(4). (2021).

Grieves, N.; McLeod, K.K.; et al. “Populating the brown dwarf and stellar boundary: Five stars with transiting companions near the hydrogen-burning mass limit.” Astronomy and Astrophysics. (2021).

Vickie E. Mistacco

Professor Emerita of French

 

Mistacco, V.E. "Encountering Women Writers and their Texts: Louise de Keralio's Pioneering Anthology." InJérôme Brillaud and Virginie Greene (eds)’s Encounters in the Arts, Literature, and Philosophy: Chance and Choice. London: Bloomsbury. Pp. 93-106. (2021).

Marianne V. Moore

Frost Professor Emerita in Environmental Sciences; Professor Emerita of Biological Sciences

 

Moore, M.V.; Yamamuro, M.; Timoshkin, O.A.; Shirokaya, A.A.; and Kameda, Y. “Lake-wide assessment of microplastics in the surface waters of Lake Baikal, Siberia.” Limnology. (2021).

Vadeboncoeur, Y.; Moore, M.V.; Stewart, S.; Chandra, S.; Atkins, K.S.; Baron, J.S.; Bouma-Gregson, K.; Brothers, S.; Francoeur, S.N.; Genzoli, L.; Higgins, S.N.; Hilt, S.; Katona, L.R.; Kelly, D.; Olesky, I.A.; Ozersky, T.; Power, M.E.; Roberts, D.; Smits, A.P.; Timoshkin, O.; Tromboni, F.; Vander Zanden, M.J.; Volkova, E.A.; Waters, A.S.; Wood, S.A.; and Yamamuro, M. “Blue Waters, Green Bottoms: Benthic Filamentous algal blooms are an emerging threat to clear lakes worldwide.” Bioscience. (2021).

Moore, M.V. “Career advice for those who cannot walk on water – build bridges!” ICES Journal of Marine Science 77: pp. 2456-2462. (2020).

Jennifer Lynne Musto

Associate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies

 

Musto, Jennifer Lynne; Fehrenbacher, Anne; Hoefinger, Heidi; Mai, Nicola; Maciotti, P.G.; Bennanchie; Calum; Giametta, Calogera; and D’Adamo, Kate. “Anti-Trafficking in the Time of FOSTA/SESTA: Networked Moral Gentrification and Sexual Humanitarian Creep.” Social Sciences. (2021).

Mai, Nicola; Maciotti, P.G.; Bennanchie, Calum; Fehrenbacher, Anne; Giametta, Calogero; Hoefinger, Heidi, and Musto, Jennifer Lynne. “Migration, Sex Work and Trafficking: The Racialized Bordering Politics of Sexual Humanitarianism.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. (2021).

Bennanchie, Calum; Pickering, Annah; Lee, Jenny; Maciotti, P.G.; Mai, Nicola; Giametta, Calogero; Fehrenbacher, Anne; Hoefinger, Heidi; and Musto, Jennifer Lynne. “Unfinished Decriminalization: The Impact of Section 19 of the Prostitution Reform Act 2003 on Migrant Sex Workers’ Rights and Lives in Aotearoa New Zealand.” Social Sciences. 10(5). (2021).

Maciotti, P.G.; Aroney, Eurydice; Bennanchie, Calum; Fehrenbacher, Anne E.; Giametta, Calogero; Hoefinger, Heidi; Mai, Nicola; and Musto, Jennifer Lynne. “Framing the Mother Tac: The Racialised, Sexualised and Gendered Politics of Modern Slavery in Australia.” Social Sciences. (2020).

Musto, Jennifer Lynne. “Review of Youth Who Trade Sex in the United States by Carisa Showden and Samantha Majic. 2018” Perspectives on Politics. (2021).

Julie K. Norem

Margaret Hamm Professor of Psychology

 

Cheek, N. N. and Norem, J. K. “Individual differences in anchoring susceptibility: Verbal reasoning, autistic tendencies, and narcissism.” Personality and Individual Differences, 184: pp 111212. (2021).

James F. O'Gorman

Grace Slack McNeil Professor Emeritus of the History of American Art

 

O’Gorman, James Cape Ann and Monhegan Island Vistas: Contrasted New England Art Colonies, Mohegan Museum of Art and History (2021).

James Oles

Senior Lecturer in Art

 

Oles, James; Urbajtel, Aurelia Álvarez; and Reverté, Ramón. Manuel Álvarez Bravo in Color. Mexico City: RM, English and Spanish editions. (2020).

Oles, James. “Review of ‘Vida Americana: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art’ exhibition and catalogue.” Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art. (2020).

Robert L. Paarlberg

Betty Freyhof Johnson ’44 Professor Emeritus of Political Science

 

Paarlberg, Robert. Resetting the Table: Straight Talk About the Food We Grow and Eat. Alfred A. Knopf. (2021).

Sergio Parussa

Professor of Italian Studies

 

Parussa, Sergio. “La dialettica dello spazio urbano: Per un confronto tra Bruno Zevi e Giorgio Bassani.” In Francesco Ceccarelli (ed)’s Biagio Rossetti secondo Bruno Zevi. Ceccarelli, Roma: Viella. (2021).

Jennie E. Pyers

Professor of Psychology

 

Caselli, N.; Pyers, J.; and Lieberman, A. M. “Deaf children of hearing parents have age-level vocabulary growth when exposed to American Sign Language by 6 months of age.” The Journal of Pediatrics. 232: pp. 229-236. (2021).

Caselli, N.; Lieberman, A.; and Pyers, J. “Iconicity: A Threat to ASL Recognition or a Window into Human Language Acquisition?” Discussing Bilingualism in Deaf Children. Routledge. Pp. 35-47. (2021).

Pyers, J. E.; Magid, R.; Gollan, T. H.; and Emmorey, K. “Gesture helps, only if you need it: Inhibiting gesture reduces tip‐of‐the‐tongue resolution for those with weak short‐term memory.” Cognitive Science. 45(1): e12914. (2021).

Pyers, J. and Senghas, A. “Lexical Iconicity is differentially favored under transmission in a new sign language: The effect of type of iconicity.” Sign Language & Linguistics. 23(1-2): pp. 73-95. (2020).

Mala Radhakrishnan

Professor of Chemistry

 

Beers, M.A.; Hall, M. L.; Matthew, A.G.W.; Elmore D.E.; Oakes, E.S.C.; Goss, J.W.; and

Radhakrishnan, M.L. “A Fully-Integrated, Undergraduate Introductory Biology and Chemistry Course with a Community-Based Focus: I. Vision, Design, Implementation, and Development.” Biochem. Mol. Biol. Ed. Pp. 1-11. (2021).

Pociask, S.; Weerapana, A.; Taylor, P.; Radhakrishnan, M.L.; Oakes, E.S.C.; Matthews, A.G.W.; Elmore, D.E. “A Fully-Integrated, Undergraduate Introductory Biology and Chemistry Course with a Community-Based Focus: II. Assessment of Course Effectiveness.” Biochem. Mol. Biol. Ed. Pp. 1-11. (2021).

Kim, R.* and Radhakrishnan, M.L. “Macromolecular Crowding Effects on Electrostatic Binding Affinity: Fundamental Insights from Theoretical, Idealized Models.” J. Chem. Phys. 154(225101). (2021).

* indicates Wellesley student co-author

Susan M. Reverby

Marion Butler McLean Professor Emerita in the History of Ideas; Professor Emerita of Women’s and Gender Studies

 

Reverby, Susan. “The Mask of Unequal Health and Excess Death: A Reality.” American Journal of Public Health. 111(S89). (September 2021).

TED-ED animated online program on the U.S. Public Health Service Syphilis Study in Tuskegee (June 2021).

Reverby, Susan. “Acupuncture’s Radical Roots and Political Branches.” American Journal of Public Health. 111. (2021).

Reverby, Susan; Smith, Kylie; Tobbell, Domonique; and Flynn, Karen. “‘The Thing Behind the Thing’: White Supremacy and Interdisciplinary Faculty in Schools of Nursing.” Nursing Outlook. (2021).

Reverby, Susan and Fairman, Julie. “Can There Be a New Dawn for Public Health Nursing?” False Dawn: The Rise and Decline of Public Health Nursing. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. Pp. ix-xvi. (2021).

Reverby, Susan. “Ask a Feminist: Byllye Avery Discusses the Past and Future of Reproductive Justice with Susan Reverby.” Signs. 46: pp. 755-767. (2021).

Reverby, Susan. “Racism, Disease and Vaccine Refusal: People of Color are Dying for Access to COVID- 19 Vaccines.” PLOS Biology. 19(3): e3001167. (2021).

Reverby, Susan. “Focusing Upstream: Imaging Post-COVID Times.” Center for Primary Care Blog, Harvard Medical School. (2021).

Jessica Sarah Rinland

Visiting Lecturer in Art

 

Rinland, Jessica. The Society. Edition HS. (2021).

Petra R. Rivera-Rideau

Associate Professor of American Studies

 

Rivera-Rideau, Petra R. “Race, Latinidad, and Latin Pop: CNCO and Reggaetón in the Mainstream.” The Oxford Handbook of Global Popular Music. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (2021).

Wendy Wagner Robeson

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Marshall, N.L.; Robeson, W.W.; and Roberts, J. “Integrating Intervention Approaches: Development and Initial Testing of an Early Childhood Education Intervention.” Journal of Applied Social Science. 14 (2): pp. 178-194. (2020).

Lucas, K.D. and Robeson, W.W. “Too Much and Not Enough: Family Stresses and Child Care Preferences in Boston During COVID-19.” City of Boston, Office of Women’s Advancement. (2020).

Robeson, W.W. “Evaluation of a Cohort of the Boston Childcare Entrepreneur Fund.” City of Boston, Office of Women's Advancement. (2021).

Robeson, W.W. “Accessing Child Care During the Coronavirus Pandemic in Massachusetts.” Wellesley, MA: Wellesley Centers for Women. (2021).

Robeson, W.W. “The Stimulus Package is a Huge Win for Working Parents—and an Opportunity to Rebuild Our Child Care System.” Ms. Magazine. (2021).

Robeson, W.W. “Early childhood must be overhauled to improve pay, career pathways.” K-12 Dive. (2021).

Green, A., & Robeson, W.W. “Closing University Child Care Centers Hurts Both Student Parents and Future Educators.” Diverse Issues in Higher Education. (2021).

Becca Selden

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

 

Eddy, T.D.; Bernhardt, J.R.; Blanchard, J.L.; Cheung, W.W.L.; Colléter, M.; du Pontavice, H.; Selden, R.L.; et al. “Energy Flow Through Marine Ecosystems: Confronting Transfer Efficiency.” Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 36: pp. 76–86. (2021).

Fredston, A.; Pinsky, M.; Selden, R.L.; Szuwalski, C.; Thorson, J.T.; Gaines, S.D.; et al. “Range edges of North American marine species are tracking temperature over decades.” Global Change Biology. 27: pp. 3145–3156. (2021).

Papaioannou, E.A.; Selden, R.L.; Olson, J.; McCay, B.; Pinsky, M.L.; and Martin, K.S. “Not all those who wander are lost-Responses of fishers’ communities to shifts in the distribution and abundance of fish.” Front. Mar. Sci. 8. (2021).

Inela Selimović

Associate Professor of Spanish

 

Selimovic, Inela. “La marginación empoderada en El actor principal (2019) de Paula Markovitch.” La Jornada Zacatecas. (2021).

Selimovic, Inela. “Review of Memorias trenzadas/Braided Memories by Marjorie Agosín.” Mistral: Journal of Latin American Women’s Intellectual & Cultural History. 1(1): pp. 141-143. (Spring 2021).

Selimovic, Inela. “Review of Intermittences: Memory, Justice, & the Politics of the Visible in Uruguay by Ana Forcinito.” Human Rights Quarterly. 42(4): pp. 986-989. (2020).

Andrea S. Sequeira

Gordon P. Lang and Althea P. Lang ‘26 Professor of Biological Sciences

 

Mackay-Smith, A; Dornon, M.K.; Lucier, R.; Okimoto, A.; Mendonca de Sousa, F.; Rodriguero, M.; Confalonieri, V.; Lanteri, Analia A.; and Sequeira, Andrea S. “Host-specific gene expression as a tool for introduction success in Naupactus parthenogenetic weevils.” PLoS ONE. 16(7): e0248202. (2021).

Orit Shaer

Professor of Computer Science

 

Seals, A.; Olaosebikan, M.; Otiono, J.; Shaer, O.; and Nov, O. “Effects of Self-Focused Augmented Reality on Health Perceptions During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Between-Subject Web-Based Experiment.” Journal of medical Internet research. (2021).

Orii, Lisa; Tosca, Diana; Kun, Andrew, L.; and Shaer, Orit. “Perceptions of Trucking Automation: Insights from the r/Truckers Community.” AutomotiveUI. (2021).

Nagaraju, Divyabharathi; Anash, Alberta, A.; Al Nahin Ch, Nabil; Mills, Caitlin; Jansenn, Christian, P.; Shaer, Orit; and Kun, Andrew. “How Will Drivers Take Back Control in Automated Vehicles? A Driving Simulator Test of an Interleaving Framework.” AutomotiveUI. (2021).

Kun, A.L.; Sadun, R.; Shaer, O.; and Teodorovicz, T. “Where Did the Commute Time Go?” Harvard Business Review. (2020).

Frederic W. Shultz

Professor Emeritus of Mathematics

 

Shultz, Fred. “Effros and Convexity Theory.” Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 67(10): pp. 1573-1587. (2020).

Olga Shurchkov

Associate Professor of Economics; Director, Knapp Social Science Center

 

Deryugina, Tatyana; Shurchkov, Olga; and Stearns, Jenna. Olga Shurchkov, and Jenna Stearns. "COVID-19 Disruptions Disproportionately Affect Female Academics." AEA Papers and Proceedings. 111: pp. 164-68. (2021).

Coffman, K.; Flikkema, C. B.; and Shurchkov, O. “Gender stereotypes in deliberation and team decisions.” Games and Economic Behavior. 129: pp. 329–349. (2021).

Shastry, G. K.; Shurchkov, O.; and Xia, L. L. “Luck or skill: How women and men react to noisy feedback.” Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. 88: 101592. (2020).

Mingwei Song

Professor of Chinese

 

Song, Mingwei. “The Future of New China Revisited: A Study in Twenty-First-Century Sinophone Fiction.” 重訪「新中國」未來:以二十一世紀華語小說為中心. Twenty-First Century 二十一世紀. (Hong Kong). 1: pp. 30-43. (2021).

Song, Mingwei. “Between the Sublime Cosmos and the Micro Era: A Study in Liu Cixin.” 在崇高宇宙與微人類之間:劉慈欣論. Trans. Jin Xueni. Contemporary Literary Studies 當代文壇. 1: pp. 200-209. (2021).

Song, Mingwei. “Can We Read ‘A Madman’s Diary’ as Science Fiction? On Lu Xun and Science Fiction—With a Proposed Theory Concerning the Virtuality of Realism and the Literalism of Virtuality.”《狂人日記》是科幻小說嗎?——論魯迅與科幻的淵源,兼論寫實的虛妄與虛擬的真實. Comparative Literature in China 中國比較文學. 119(20: pp. 18-35. (2020).

Song, Mingwei. “Fin-de-siècle Wonders: Early Science Fiction Novels by H.G. Wells.” 世紀末的奇觀:——威爾斯早期科幻經典導論. In Four Early Classics of H.G. Wells. Shanghai: China Citic Press. 183: pp. 76-84. (2021).

Song, Mingwei. “Writing above the Abyss: A Preface to Zhang Huiwen’s Flying Birds and Pond Fish.” 臨淵寫作:张惠雯《飛鳥和池魚》前言. Shanghai Culture 上海文化. In Zhang Huiwen (ed)’s Flying Birds and Pond Fish飛鳥和池魚. Beijing: Beijing October Literature & Arts Press. Pp. 1-11. (2021).

Song, Mingwei. “After the Silent Spring: An Introduction to the New Edition of The Silent Spring.” 寂靜的⋯⋯還是人類:《寂靜的春天》新版導言. Wenhui Daily 文匯報. In Rachel Carson’s The Silent Spring. Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Press. (2021).

Song, Mingwei. “Five Poems of Song Mingwei宋明煒五首: Pietà, Four Elegies and One Short Ballad四首哀歌和一只短曲”: “February二月,” “Apocalypse末世,” “Memory記憶,” “Story故事,” and “China中國.” Today今天. Oslo and Hong Kong. Pp. 59-70. (2020).

Song, Mingwei (trans). Around the World in 80 Books (Eighty essays) by David Damrosch. Shanghai Review of Books. (2020).

Rachel H. R. Stanley

Associate Professor of Chemistry

 

Oliver, H.; Zhang, W.G.; Smith, W.O.; Alatalo, P.; Chappell, P.D.; Hirzel, A.J.; Selden, C.R.; Sosik, H.M.; Stanley, R.H.R.; Zhu, Y.; and McGillicuddy, D.J. “Diatom hotspots driven by western boundary current instability.” Geophys. Res. Lett. 48: e2020GL091943. (2021).

Smith, W. O.; Zhang, W.G.; Hirzel, A.; Stanley, R.M.; Meyer, M.G.; Sosik, H.; Alatalo, P.; Oliver, H.; Sandwith, Z.; Crockford, E.T.; Peacock, E.E.; Mehta, A.; and McGillicuddy, D.J. “A regional, early spring bloom of Phaeocystis pouchetii on the New England continental shelf.” J. Geophys. Res. Oceans. 126. (2021).

Nan Stein

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Stein, N. “My Walks for 21 Years with Sally Engle Merry.” Law and Society Review. 54(4): pp. 864-867. (2020).

Yui Suzuki

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

 

He, L.*; Shin, S.H.*; Wang, Z.*; Yuan, I.*; Weschler, R.*; Koyama, T.; Nihjout, H.F.; and Suzuki, Y. “Mechanism of threshold size assessment: metamorphosis is triggered by the TGF-beta/activin ligand myoglianin.” Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 126. (2020).

Jeng, M.L.; Suzuki, Y.; Chang, C.Y.; and Chen, T.R. “Do holometabolous insects molt spontaneously after adulthood? An exceptional case report in fireflies (Coleoptera: Lampyridae), with discussion of its inferred endocrine regulation especially in relation to paedomorphism.” Arthropod Structure & Development. 61: pp. 101013. (2021).

* indicates Wellesley student co-author

Serhan Tanriverdi

Freedom Project Postdoctoral Fellow

 

Tanriverdi, Serhan. “Paths to Islamic Modernities: The Emergence of Reformist American Muslim Intellectuals and Their Dialectical Engagement with Modernity.” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 41(2): pp. 299-316. (2021).

Marc J. Tetel

Dorothy and Charles Jenkins, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience

 

Acharya, K.D.; Noh, H.L.; Graham, M.E.; Suk, S.; Friedline, R.H.; Gomez, C.*; Parakoyi, A.*; Chen, J.; Kim, J.K.; and Tetel, M.J. “Distinct Changes in Gut Microbiota are Associated with Estradiol-Mediated Protection from Diet-Induced Obesity in Female Mice.” Metabolites. 11: pp. 1-22. (2021).

Acharya, K.D.; Nettles, S.A.; Sellers, K.J.; Lichti, C.F.; Srivastava, D.P.; Denner, L.; and Tetel, M.J. “Dopamine-induced interactions of female mouse hypothalamic proteins with progestin receptor-A in the absence of hormone.” Journal of Neuroendocrinology. Pp. 1-26. (2020).

Song, S.D.*; Acharya, K.D.; Zhu, J.E.*; Deveney, C.M.; Walther-Antonio, M.R.S.; Tetel, M.J.; and Chia, N. “Daily vaginal microbiota fluctuations associated with natural hormonal cycle, contraceptives, diet and exercise.” mSphere. 5: pp. 1-14. (2020).

Graham, M.E.; Herbert, W.G.; Song, S.D.; Raman, H.N.*; Zhu, J.E.*; Gonzalez, P.E.*; Walther-António, M.R.S.; and Tetel, M.J. “Gut and vaginal microbiomes on steroids: Implications for women’s health.” Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism. 32: pp. 554-565. (2021).

* indicates Wellesley student co-author

Margaret D. Thompson

Professor Emerita of Geosciences

 

Thompson, M.D.; Barr, S.M.; and Pollock, J.C. “Evolving Views of West Avalonia: Perspectives from Southeastern New England, USA.” In Y.D. Kuiper, J.D. Murphy, R.D. Nance, R.A. Strachan and M.D. Thompson (eds)’s New Developments in the Appalachian-Caledonian-Variscan Orogen, Geological Society of America Special Paper. 544. (2021).

Ann Trenk

Lewis Atterbury Stimson Professor in Mathematics

 

Trenk, Ann and Collins, K.L. “Split Graphs.” In L. Beineke, M.C. Golumbic, and R.Wilson (eds)’s Topics in algorithmic graph theory; Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications. Cambridge University Press. 178: pp. 189-206. (2021).

Catherine Ulissey

Instructor in Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics

 

Schoch, Robert M.; and Ulissey, Catherine. Forgotten Civilization: New Discoveries on the Solar-Induced Dark Age. Rochester, Vermont: Inner Traditions. (2021).

Ulissey, Catherine. Adrianas uralte Geheimnisse: Die Große Sphinx [Adriana’s Ancient Mysteries: The Great Sphinx]. Groß-Gerau, Germany: Ancient Mail Verlag. (2021).

Natali Valdez

Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies

 

Valdez, Natali and Deomampo, Daisy. “Centering Race and Racism in Reproduction” Medical Anthropology. 38(7): pp. 551-559. (2019).

Deepa Vasudevan

Visiting Lecturer in Education

 

Vasudevan, D. S. “Because we care”: Youth worker identity and persistence in precarious work. Harvard Graduate School of Education. (2019).

Brion-Meisels, G., Tseming Fei, J., and Vasudevan, D. S. (eds.). At our best: Building youth—adult partnerships in out-of-school time settings. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. (2020).

Ismar Volić

Professor of Mathematics

 

Volić, Ismar and Chen, Yiran. “Topological data analysis model for the spread of the coronavirus.” PLOS ONE. (2021).

Volić, Ismar and Li, Amy. “Partial configuration spaces as pullbacks of diagrams of configuration spaces.” Advanced Technologies, Systems, and Applications V. Springer. Pp. 3-31. (2021).

Holly Walters

Visiting Lecturer in Anthropology

 

Walters, Holly. “Fear Itself: Vampires as Moral Panics.” In Rebbecca Gibson and Jay VanderVeen (eds)’s Monstrous Males/Fatal Females: Gender, Supernatural Beings, and the Liminality of Death. Lexington Books. (2021).

Qing (Wendy) Wang

Associate Professor of Mathematics

 

Wang, Qing and Cai, Xizhen. “An efficient variance estimator for cross-validation under partition-sampling.” Statistics: A Journal of Theoretical and Applied Statistics. (2021).

Zambom, Adriano and Wang, Qing. “Testing independence between discrete random variables.” Communications in Statistics--Theory and Methods. (2021).

Sara Wasserman

Kresa Family Assistant Professor of Neuroscience

 

Kanwal, Jessleen K.; Coddington, Emma; Frazer, Rachel*; Limbania, Daniela*; Turner, Grace*; Davila, Karla; Givens, Michael A.; Williams, Valarie; Datta, Sandeep Robert; and Wasserman, Sara. “Internal state: dynamic, interconnected communication loops distributed across the body, brain, and time.” Integrative and Comparative Biology. (2021).

* indicates Wellesley student co-author

Cord J. Whitaker

Associate Professor of English

 

Whitaker, Cord J. Black Metaphors: How Modern Racism Emerged from Medieval Race-Thinking. University of Pennsylvania Press. (2019).

Whitaker, Cord J. ““We Were outside History”: The Middle Ages in Invisible Man and the Struggle for Black Lives in 2020.” PMLA. 136(3): pp. 432-40. (2021).

Whitaker, Cord J. “Blacke.” In Matthew Irvin, Stephanie Batkie, and Lynn Shutters (eds)’s The New Companion to Critical Thinking on Chaucer. Arc Humanities Press. (2021).

Whitaker, Cord J. “The Secret Power of White Supremacy—And How Anti-Racists Can Take It Back.” Politico. (2020).

Whitaker, Cord J. “Review of The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages by Geraldine Heng.” Critical Inquiry. (2020).

Whitaker, Cord J. “The Problem of Alt-Right Medievalist White Supremacy, and Its Black Medievalist Answer.” In Louie Dean Valencia-García (ed)’s Far-Right Revisionism and the End of the History: Alt/Histories. Routledge. (2020).

Whitaker, Cord J. “The Middle Ages in the Harlem Renaissance.” In Andrew Albin, et al (eds)’s Whose Middle Ages: Teachable Moments for an Ill-Used Past. Fordham University Press. (2019).

Whitaker, Cord J. “B(l)ack Home in the Middle Ages: Medievalism in Jessie Redmon Fauset’s ‘My House and a Glimpse of My Life Therein’.” Postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies. 10(2): pp. 162-175. (2019).

Ellen B. Widmer

Mayling Soong Professor of Chinese Studies; Professor of East Asian Studies

 

Widmer, Ellen. “Promotion, Patronage, and Poetic Socialization: The Tongqiu Society and Its role in Wang Duanshu's Shaoxing Years.” Late Imperial China. 41(2): pp. 95-130. (2020).

Linda Williams

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

 

Morabito, M.S.; Pattavina, A.; and Williams, L.M. “Vicarious trauma, secondary traumatic stress or burnout?: an exploratory study of the effects of investigating sexual assault cases on detectives.” Policing: An International Journal. 44(1). (2020).

Jeremy B. Wilmer

Associate Professor of Psychology

 

Kerns, S. H. and Wilmer, J. B. “Two Graphs Walk into a Bar: Readout-based Measurement Reveals the Bar-tip Limit Error, a Common, Categorical Misinterpretation of Bar Graphs.” Journal of Vision. (Forthcoming).

Yamashita, A.; Rothlein, D.; Kucyi, A.; Valera, E. M.; Germine, L.; Wilmer, J.; Esterman, M.; et al. “Variable rather than extreme slow reaction times distinguish brain states during sustained attention. Scientific reports. 11(1): pp. 1-13. (2021).

Fry, R.; Wilmer, J.; Xie, I.; Verfaellie, M.; and DeGutis, J. “Evidence for normal novel object recognition abilities in developmental prosopagnosia.” Royal Society open science. 7(9): pp. 200988. (2020).

White, D.; Towler, A.; Jeffery, L.,; Kemp, R.; Palermo, R.; Ballantyne, K.; Wilmer, J.B.; and Sutherland, C.; “Evaluating Face Identification Expertise: Turning Theory into Practice. Digested Analysis.” Evaluating Face Identification Expertise: Turning Theory into Practice. (2020).

Paul M. Wink

Nellie Zuckerman Cohen & Anne Cohen Heller Professor in Health Sciences; Professor of Psychology

 

Wink, P. Prima Donna: The psychology of Maria Callas. New York: Oxford University Press. (2021).

Ai, A. L.; Wink, P.; Paloutzian, R. F.; and Harris, K. A. Assessing Spirituality in a Diverse World. Switzerland: Springer. (2021).

Adele J. Wolfson

Nan Walsh Schow ’54 and Howard B. Schow Professor Emerita in the Physical and Natural Sciences; Professor Emerita of Chemistry

 

Zeidan, Q.; Loertscher, J.; Wolfson, A.J.; Tansey, J.T.; Offerdahl, E.G.; Kennelly, P.J.; Dries, D.R.; Moore, V.D.G.; Dean, D.M.; Carastro, L.M.; Villafañe, S.M.; and Tyler L. “Development of a Certification Exam to Assess Undergraduate Students’ Proficiency in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Core Concepts.” CBE—Life Sciences Education. 20(2): es6. (2021).

Reed, C.R. and Wolfson, A.J. “Concept Inventories as a Complement to Learning Progressions.” CBE—Life Sciences Education. 20(2): es4. (2021).

Wolfson, A. “How can we recognize and reward innovation in teaching?” ASBMB Today. (2021).

Wolfson, A. “Learning to love assessment.” ASBMB Today. (2021).