Kris Adams

Senior Music Performance Faculty in Vocal Jazz


Adams, Kris, Prosser, S., Ray, T., “We Should Have Danced.” Jazzbird Records. (2018).

Marjorie Agosin

Professor of Spanish


Agosin, Marjorie, “El Arbol florido”, Editorial Mis Raices Santiago de Chile (2018).

Agosin, Marjorie, “Translating the Soul.” Sherman Asher, New Mexico. (2018).

Andrew Arceci

Director, Collegium Musicum


Arceci, Andrew. The Oxford Session, Centaur Records. (2018).

Justin Armstrong

Lecturer in Writing and Anthropology

Writing Program

Armstrong, Justin, “Collisions and Constellations: On the Possible Intersection of Psychoethnography and Digital Storytelling.” Springer. (2017). Read the Abstract of “Collisions and Constellations: On the Possible Intersection of Psychoethnography and Digital Storytelling.”

Armstrong, Justin, “Wyomings.” The Lit Pub. (2018). Full summary of “Wyomings” on The Lit Pub.

Antonio J. Arraiza Rivera

Assistant Professor of Spanish


Arraiza Rivera, Antonio J., “Será el débil sonido: Sor Juana y el epinicio al virrey conde de Galve.” Romance Notes Vol.58 2, pp.171-182 (2018).

Christopher R. Arumainayagam

Professor of Chemistry


E. Mullikin, P. van Mulbregt, J. Perea, M. Kasule, J. Huang, C. Buffo, J. Campbell, L. Gates, H. M. Cumberbatch, Z. Peeler, H. Schneider, J. Lukens, S. T. Bao, R. Tano-Menka, S. Baniya, K. Cui, M. Thompson, A. Hay, L. Widdup, A. Caldwell-Overdier, J. Huang, M. C. Boyer, M. Rajappan, G. Echebiri and Arumainayagam, Christopher R., “Condensed-Phase Photochemistry in the Absence of Radiation Chemistry.” ACS Earth and Space Chemistry. (2018).

James B.R. Battat

Associate Professor of Physics


Battat, James B.R., “Measurement of directional range components of nuclear recoil tracks in a fiducialised dark matter detector.” IOP Publishing for Sissa Medialab. 17 pp. (2018). JINST .12 no.10, P10009 (2017).

Battat, James B. R.,Y. Liang, T.W. and Murphy, N.R. Colmenares “APOLLO clock performance and normal point corrections Class.” Quant. Grav. 34 no.24, 245009 11pp (2017).

Battat, James B. R. and Adelberger E. G. “An absolute calibration system for millimeter-accuracy APOLLO measurements,”19 pp. Class. Quant. Grav 34 no.24, 245008 9 (2017).

Barbara S. Beltz

Allene Lummis Russell Professor of Neuroscience


Beltz Barbara S. and Benton J. L., “From blood to brain: Adult-born neurons in crayfish are generated by cells from the immune system,” Frontiers in Neuroscience 11. (2017).

Brenneis G, Scholtz G, Beltz, Barbara S., “Comparison of ventral organ development across Pycnogonida (Arthropoda, Chelicerata) provides evidence for a plesiomorphic mode of late neurogenesis in sea spiders and myriapod.” BMC Evolutionary Biology (2018).

Patricia G. Berman

Theodora L. and Stanley H. Feldberg Professor Art


Berman, Patricia G., “Responding to Modern Sensibilities: Emma and Edvard Entangled,” Text Matters. Vol.7, 7. Pp. 145-158 (2017).

Berman, Patricia G., “Edvard Munch’s Topographic Codes,” “Venezia Arti.” Vol. 26, 215-229. (2017).

Berman, Patricia G., “All Museums are Sex Museums: Jennifer Tyburczy, Sex Museums: The Politics and Performance of Display,” Women’s Review of Books, Vol. 35, no. 2, 23-25 (2018).

Gurminder K. Bhogal

Catherine Mills Davis Associate Professor of Music


Bhogal, Gurminder K., “Claude Debussy's Clair de Lune.” Oxford University Press. (2018).

Hélène Bilis

Associate Professor of French


Bilis, Hélène, Bartle, Jenifer, O’Brien, Laura M., Rogers Ruth R., “Reading Her Queenly Coiffure: A Collaborative Approach to the Study of Marie-Antoinette's Hairstyles,” ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830. Vol 9. Issue 1. (2018).

Daniel J. Brabander

Frost Professor in Environmental Studies

Professor of Geosciences


Howard M.*, Plotkin A.*, McClure A. R.*, Klepac-Ceraj V., Griffith A., Brabander D., Jones K. Comfrey, “Mulch enriches soil, but does not improve an indicator crop within one season.” International Journal of Plant and Soil. 22: 2, 1-9. (2018). Read the Abstract of “Mulch enriches soil...”

Monecke K., McCarthy F. G., Hubeny B., Ebel J. E., Brabander, D. J., Kielb S., Howey E.*, Janigian G.*, Pentesco J. “The 1755 Cape Ann earthquake recorded in lake sediments of eastern New England: An interdisciplinary paleoseismic approach.” Seismological Research Letters. (2018). Read the Abstract of “The 1755 Cape Ann earthquake...”

Sharp, R. M.*, Brabander, D. J. “Lead (Pb) bioaccessibility and mobility assessment of urban soils and composts: Fingerprinting sources and refining risks to support urban agriculture”, GeoHealth, 1, 333–345. (2017). Read the Abstract of “Lead (Pb) bioaccessibility and mobility assessment...”

Fitzstevens M.G.*, Sharp, R. M.*, Brabander, D. J., “Biogeochemical characterization of municipal compost to support urban agriculture and limit childhood lead exposure from resuspended urban soils”, Elem Sci Anth. 2017; 5:51. (2017). Read the Abstract of “Biogeochemical characterization of municipal compost...”

*denotes student author

Judith C. Brown

Professor Emerita of Physics

Physics, Faculty Emeritus

Solo Exhibits:

Brown, Judy. “Far from the Madding Crowd” (with Meg Birnbaum “Losing the Farm”) The Griffin Museum at SoWa 4/10 - 6/18 (2018).

Brown, Judy. "Equine Portraits." Dover Town Library ,5/13 - 7/15 (2017).

Group photographic exhibits:

Brown, Judy. Griffin Museum Atelier 26 Exhibit September (2017).

Brown, Judy. A Smith Gallery “Animalia” 9/15 - 10/29, Honorable Mention for “Baby's Breath with Liam” ,Juror: Traer Scott (2017).

Brown, Judy. YourDailyPhotograph.com chosen in category “horse”(2017).Curated Frig, Juror: J. Sybylla Smith (2018).

Brown, Judy. LA Photocurator “The Animal Kingdom”, “Second Place for 'Baby's Breath' with Liam”, Juror: Carol Erb (2018).

Heather Corbally Bryant

Lecturer in the Writing Program

Writing Program

Bryant, Heather C., “Eve's Lament.” Georgetown: The Finishing Line Press. (2018).

Bryant, Heather C., “James Joyce's Water Closet.” Georgetown: The Finishing Line Press. (2018).

Bryant, Heather C., “You Can't Wrap Fire in Paper.” Brownsboro: Ardent Writer Press. (2018).

Bryant, Heather C., “Assigned to Adventure.” Brownsboro: Ardent Writer Press. (2018).

Bryant, Heather C., “Raspberry Picking.” Harvard: Old Frog Pond Farm Press. (2017-18).

Bryant, Heather C., “Paying the Bills: Examining the Economic Interstices in the Later Work of Elizabeth Bowen” American Conference on Irish Studies Western Conference. (2018).

Tom Burke

Ralph Emerson and Alice Freeman Palmer Professor of Political Science

Political Science

Burke, Thomas F. and Barnes, Jeb, “Layering, Kludgeocracy and Disability Rights.” Social Policy and Society 17. 101-116. (2018).

Burke, Thomas F. and Carter, Lief , “The Hand in the Brew: Judges and Their Communities.” (review essay on Making the Case by Paul W. Kahn and Common Law Judging by Douglas E. Edlin). Tulsa Law Review 53, 213-218. (2018).

Burke, Thomas and Barnes, Jeb, “The Civil Rights Template and the Americans with Disabilities Act: A Socio-Legal Perspective on the Promise and Limits of Individual Rights.” in Lynda Dodd, ed., The Rights Revolution Revisited: Institutional Perspectives on the Role of Private Enforcement of Civil right in the U.S. Cambridge University Press: New York. (2018).

Kellie Carter Jackson

Assistant Professor of Africana Studies

Africana Studies

Ball, E., and Jackson, Kellie C., eds. Reconsidering Roots: Race, Politics, and Memory, Athens: University of Georgia Press. (2017).

Ball, E., and Jackson, Kellie C., Guest Editor, “Roots Reconsidered: Observations on the 40th Anniversary,” Transition, (Indiana University Press, on behalf of the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute), No. 122, p.41-149. (2017).

Jackson, Kellie C., “She was a Member of the Family: Ethel Phillips, Domestic Labor and Employer

Jackson, Kellie C., “Perceptions,” Women’s Studies Quarterly Vol. 45: no. 3 & 4 (Fall/Winter), p. 160-172. (2017).

Jonathan M. Cheek

Professor of Psychology


Cheek, N.N. & J.M. Cheek, “Aspects of identity: From the inner-outer metaphor to a tetrapartite model of the self.” Self and Identity, 17. 467-482. (2017).

Cheek, J.M., “A Tribute to La Sirène.” Faerie Magazine. 43, 97. (2018).

Courtney C. Coile

Professor of Economics


Coile, Courtney C., and Maestas, Nicole. “The Value of the Health and Retirement Study for Health Economics Research.” Forum for Health Economics and Policy. Published Online (2017).

Coile, Courtney C., “The Demography of Retirement; Future Directions for the Demography of Aging: Proceedings of a Workshop.” The National Academies Press. (2018).

Catia Confortini

Associate Professor of Peace and Justice Studies

Peace Studies

Confortini, Catia C. and Félix de Souza, M. N., “International Feminist Journal of Politics.” Editorial; Conversations Section. 20:3 (2018).

Louise Darling

Knafel Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences

Figueroa, D. M., Wade, H. M., Montales, K. P., Elmore, D. E., Darling, L. E., “Production and Visualization of Bacterial Spheroplasts and Protoplasts to Characterize Antimicrobial Peptide Localization”, J. Vis. Exp. (138), e57904, doi:10.3791/57904 (2018).

Venita Datta

Professor of French


Datta, Venita, “Buffalo Bill Goes to France, French-American Encounters at the Wild West Show, 1889-1905.” French Historical Studies, Vol. 41, 3, pp. 525-551. (2018).

Elizabeth R. DeSombre

Camilla Chandler Frost Professor of Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies

DeSombre, Elizabeth R., Why Good People Do Bad Environmental Things”. Oxford Scholarship Online. (2018).

Christen Deveney

Assistant Professor of Psychology


Tseng, W-L., Deveney, C.M., Stoddard, J. Frackman, A.E., Yi, J., Hsu, D., Moroney, E., Machlin, L., Donahue, L., Roule, A., Perhamus, G., Reynolds, R.C., Towbin, K.E., Stringaris, A., Pine, D.S., Brotman, M.A., & Leibenluft, E. "Brain mechanisms of attention orienting following frustration: Associations with irritability and age in youth." American Journal of Psychiatry. (2018).

DeSerisy, M. & Deveney, C.M., “ Behavioral and psychophysiological investigations of irritability”, in Roy, A.K., Brotman, M., & Leibenluft, E. (Eds). Irritability in pediatric psychopathology. Oxford University Press: New York, NY. (2018).

Alexander J. Diesl

Theresa Mall Mullarkey Associate Professor of Mathematics


Diesl, Alex J., Curtis, A., and Rieck, J., “Classifying Annihilating-ideal Graphs of Commutative Artinian Rings.” Communications in Algebra. Vol. 46, 9, 4131-4147 (2018).

Carol Dougherty

Margaret E. Deffenbaugh and LeRoy T. Carlson Professor in Comparative Literature Professor of Classical Studies

Classical Studies

Dougherty, Carol, “ ‘These Metoikoi’: Living with Others, Living As Others in Aeschylus’ Oresteia.” American Journal of Philology. (2017).

Susan H. Ellison

Assistant Professor of Anthropology


Ellison, Susan H., “Domesticating Democracy: The Politics of Conflict Resolution in Bolivia”, Duke University Press. (2018).

Donald E. Elmore

Professor of Chemistry


Figueroa, D. M., Wade, H. M., Montales, K. P., Elmore, D. E., Darling, L. E., "Production and Visualization of Bacterial Sheroplasts and protoplasts to characterize antimicrobial peptide localization," Journal of Visualized Experiments. 138, e57904. (2018).

Claire Fontijn

Phyllis Henderson Carey Professor of Music


Poska, Allyson J., Couchman, Jane, and McIver, Katherine A., eds. The Ashgate Research Companion to Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe. 554 pp., Ill. (Farnham, UK and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2013), in Kadja Grönke and Michael Zywietz, eds. Musik und Homosexualität–Homosexualität und Musik. Jahrbuch Musik und Gender 10. Hildesheim, Zürich, New York: Georg Olms, (2017).

Richard G. French

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


Chancia, R. O., Hedman, M. M, French, R. G., “Weighing Uranus’ moon Cressida with the eta ring”, Astronomical Journal (2017).

Cuzzi, J. N., French, R. G., Hendrix, A. R., Olson, D. O., Roush, T., Vahidinia, “S. HST-STIS spectra and the redness of Saturn's rings”, Icarus (2018).

Nicholson, P.D., De Pater, I., French, R. G., Showalter, M. R. “Rings of Uranus.” Planetary Rings, Cambridge U. Press (2018).

Nicholson, P. D., French, R. G., Spitale, J. N. “Narrow Rings and Sharp Edges.” Planetary Rings, Cambridge U. Press (2018).

Alice T. Friedman

Grace Slack McNeil Professor of American Art, Professor of Art


Friedman, Alice. Interiors: Design, Architecture, Culture, Taylor and Francis Group: Philadelphia. (2016).

Leigh Gilmore

Distinguished Visiting Professor in Women's and Gender Studies

Women's and Gender Studies

Gilmore, Leigh, “Reckoning with History, Form, and Sexual Violence in American Memoir: The Year in the US,” Biography 39.4 (2017).

Gilmore, Leigh, “What Would It Take for MeToo to Qualify as a Revolution?” Boston Globe magazine (2018).

Gilmore, Leigh, “Larry Nassar and the Cost of Doubt”, Cognoscenti (2018).

Stacie Goddard

Professor of Political Science

Political Science

Goddard, Stacie, “Embedded revisionism: networks, institutions, and world order.” International Organization, Vol. 72, No 4 (Fall 2018).

Goddard, Stacie, “Rhetoric, Legitimation, and Grand Strategy,” in Constructivism Reconsidered: Past, Present, and Future. Edited by Mariano E. Bertucci, Jarrod Hayes, and Patrick James, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, (2018).

Goddard, Stacie. & Nexon, D., “Kim Jong-Un Gets to Sit at the Cool Table Now, Foreign Policy. (2018).

Goddard, Stacie. “The Only Path to A Two-State Solution Lies Through A Divided Jerusalem,” Cognoscenti, WBUR, (2018).

Kariann E. Goldschmitt

Assistant Professor of Music


Goldschmitt, Kariann, eds. M. Mera, R. Sadoff, and B. Winters. “From Disney to Dystopia: Transforming ‘Brazil’ for a US Audience,” Routledge Companion to Screen Music and Sound, (2017).

Goldschmitt, Kariann, Review of Daniel Sharp, Between Nostalgia and Apocalypse: Popular Music and the Staging of Brazil. Yearbook for Traditional Music, (2017).

Goldschmitt, Kariann, Review of Melissa Blanco Borelli, She is Cuba: A Genealogy of the Mulata Body and Marc Gidal, Spirit Song: Afro-Brazil Religious Music and Boundaries. Music and Letters, (2017).

Octavio R. Gonazalez

Assistant Professor of English


Gonzalez, Octavio, “Masochism, Hypothetical Focalization, and Narrative Mood in Jean Rhys’ Quartet,” Ariel: A Review of International English Literature (2018).

Gonzalez, Octavio, “Magical Thinking,” Anomaly Literary Journal no. 5 (2018).

Gonzalez, Octavio. Comment: “Queer Formalism as ‘Queer Form.’ ” Editor’s Forum. ASAP/Journal, Journal of the Association for the Study Arts of the Present (2018).

Gonzalez, Octavio, “Eucharist” and other sonnets, La Guagua Poetry. Anthology vol. 2: The Mother of Exiles/ Madre de los exiliados (2018).

Gonzalez, Octavio, “TABOO Series: The Poetry of Octavio R. González,” La Casita Grande Poetry Salon (2017).

Lisa E. Graham

Evelyn Barry Director of the Choral Program; Lecturer in Music


Graham, Lisa, “Steven Sametz’s A Child’s Requieum: Grace of Innocence in the Face of Tragedy.” Choral Journal. Volume 59, No. 3, pp. 20-37. (2017).

Nikki A. Greene

Assistant Professor of Art


Greene, Nikki A., “Vibrations in the Soul: Moe Brooker’s Sacred Paintings,” in a special edited volume, “Riff: African American Art and the European Canon”. Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art, (2018).

Greene, Nikki A., “Habla LAMADRE: María Magdalena Campos-Pons, Carrie Mae Weems, and Black Feminist Performance.” Beyond theFace: New Perspectives on Portraiture. Lewes, UK: Giles in association with the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, (2018).

Greene, Nikki A.. “Riffing the Index: Romare Bearden and the Hand of Jazz.” Music, Art and Performance From Liszt to Riot Grrrl: The Musicalisation of Art. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, (2018).

Simon Grote

Wellesley Faculty Assistant Professor of History


Grote, Simon, “The Emergence of Modern Aesthetic Theory: Religion and Morality in Enlightenment Germany and Scotland”, Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press (2017).

Ahnert, T., I.-M. D’Aprile, E. Décultot, Grote, Simon and A. Lifschitz. “Forum: The German Enlightenment.” Ed. Avi Lifschitz. German History 35.3 (2017).

Grote, Simon, “Domesticating Religious ‘Fanaticism’ in the Eighteenth Century: A Tale of Two Books.” Church History and Religious Culture 98.1 (2018).

Koichi Hagimoto

Associate Professor of Spanish


Hagimoto, Koichi, “José Martí y la cuestión del archipiélago en su pensamiento.” Asia/América Latina (2017).

Hagimoto, Koichi, Co-editor (with Kim Beauchesne and Ineke Phaf-Rheinberger), Special Issue on “Interrogantes asiáticos y miradas latinoamericanas.” Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana (2018).

Hagimoto, Koichi, “Contrapuntos estéticos e higiénicos: Japón y China en las crónicas de viaje de Eduardo Wilde.” Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana (2018).

Hagimoto, Koichi, Review: Yen, Huei Lan. Toma y daca: Transculturación y presencia de escritores chino-latinoamericanos. In Revista Iberoamericana (2018).

Bunny Harvey

Elizabeth Christy Kopf Professor Emerita of Art


Harvey, Bunny. “Place in Mind” Atelier Newport, Newport RI , Aidron Duckworth Museum, Meriden, NH (2018).

Harvey, Bunny. “Lost and Found” Main Street Museum, White River Jct. VT, American Academy, Rome, Open Studio, Six Weeks Work (2017).

Harvey, Bunny. “Fully Involved” White River Gallery, South Royalton VT (2016).

Harvey, Bunny. Art Beat 345, New York, NY (2017).

Harvey, Bunny. Atelier Newport, Newport, RI, 4, Separate Invitational Group Shows: Immersion, Houseguests, Paramnesia, and Crosswinds (2017).

Harvey, Bunny. “What Lies Beneath”, Atelier Newport, Newport, RI, 2 Separate Group Shows, Il Mare, (2016).

Harvey, Bunny. Mill Brook Gallery, Concord, NH, Reunion Exhibition (2016).

Michael J Hearn

Professor Emeritus of Chemistry


Hearn, Michael J., Towers, Gwendolyn and Cynamon, Michael H., “Preparation and Antimycobacterial Activities of Palindromic Aminothioformylthiosemicarbazides,” ACSMEDI-EFMC Medicinal Chemistry Frontiers 2017 Symposium, Philadelphia, PA, June 25-28, Abstract 22. (2017).

Hearn, Michael J, and Pugh, D. C., "Synthesis of Sulfa Drug Metabolites for Antitubercular Drug Design”, Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Charlotte, NC, November 7-11,Abstract 292. (2017).

Beth A. Hennessey

Professor of Psychology


Hennessey, Beth A., “ I never intended to become a research psychologist”, in R.J. Sternberg & J.C. Kaufman (Eds.), The nature of human creativity. New York: Cambridge University Press, 110-124. (2018).

Hennessey, Beth A., Altringer, B.A., & Moran, S., “Social psychology of creativity”, in E.G. Carayannis (Ed.), Encyclopedia of creativity, invention, innovation and entrepreneurship. Springer. (2017).

Hennessey, Beth A., “Taking a systems view of creativity: On the right path toward understanding”, The Journal of Creative Behavior, 51, 341-344. (2017).

Alison Hickey

Associate Professor of English


Hickey, Alison, Academic Advisor, editor/consultant, Sara Coleridge critical collection. Poetry Criticism (PC) ser. Vol. 197. Ed. Lawrence J. Trudeau, Farmington Hills, Mich: Gale and Layman Poupard Publishing, 2018. Pp. 43-184. Online: Poetry Criticism. Vol. 197, Gale, 2018. Literature Resource Center.

Hickey, Alison “‘The Body of My Father’s Writings’: Sara Coleridge’s Genial Labor,” Literary Couplings and the Construction of Authorship: Writing Couples and Collaborators in Historical Context, ed. Judith Thompson and Marjorie Stone (University of Wisconsin Press, Reprint of 2006 article. Also reprinted in Poetry Criticism series, edited by Lawrence J. Trudeau, vol. 197, Gale, 2018. Pp. 99-110. Literature Resource Center. Read the Full Text of “‘The Body of My Father’s Writings’: Sara Coleridge’s Genial Labor.”

Philip S. Hirschhorn

Professor of Mathematics


Hirschhorn, Philip, “The Diagonal of a Multicosimplicial Object”, Journal of Homotopy and Related Structures. (2017).

Janie Howland

Lecturer in Theatre Studies

Theatre Studies

Howland, Janie. Consenses. Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. (2018). Visit the interactive Consenses website.

Antonio M.A. Igrejas

Lecturer in Portuguese


Igrejas, António. “Empenho e Arte - Os Grão-Capitães: um sequência de contos de Jorge de Sena”, Edições Colibri (2018).

Jonathan B. Imber

Jean Glasscock Professor of Sociology


Imber, Jonathan, Ed., “The Anthem Companion to Philip Rieff”, (London: Anthem Press 2018).

Jenny Olivia Johnson

Associate Professor of Music


Johnson, Jenny Olivia, solo album, Sylvia Songs. (2018). Listen to Sylvia Songs.

Kristina N. Jones

Director, Wellesley College Botanic Gardens, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences

Lubell, J.D., Connolly, B., and Jones,K.N., “Ten-year persistence of native plant species on a green roof in Northeast U.S.”, Native Plants Journal. 18:227-234. University of Wisconsin Press. (2017).

Howard, M.M., Plotkin, A.A., McClure, A.R., Klepac-Ceraj, V.I ., Griffin, A.B., Brabander, D.J . and Jones, K.N., “Comfrey mulch enriches soil, but does not improve an indicator crop within one season.” International Journal of Plant and Soil Science . 22(2): 1-9. (2018).

William A. Joseph

Professor of Political Science

Political Science

Joseph, William, Edited with Mark Kesselman and Joel Krieger, “ Introduction to Comparative Politics: Political Challenges and Changing Agendas”, 8th edition. Boston: Cengage, (2018).

Claudia Joskowicz

Assistant Professor of Art


Joskowicz, C., “Hay muertos que no hacen ruido” Die Ecke Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago, Chile (2018).

Joskowicz, C., “Every Building on Avenida Alfonso Ugarte — After Ruscha” Ryerson Image Centre, Toronto, Canada (2018).

Joskowicz, C., “Every Building on Avenida Alfonso Ugarte — After Ruscha” was acquired for the Guggenheim Museum NY’s permanent collection. (2018).

Joseph P. Joyce

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


Joyce , Joseph P., “External Balance Sheets as Countercyclical Crisis Buffers,” International Economics and Economic Policy, (2018).

Joyce, Joseph P., et al., “External Liabilities, Domestic Institutions and Banking Crises in Developing Economies,” Review of International Economics, (2018).

Lidwien Kapteijns

Elizabeth Kimball Kendall and Elisabeth Hodder Professor of History


Kapteijns, L., “‘Stringing Coral Beads’: The Religious Poetry of Brava (c. 1890-1975)”. (2018). Read a Summary of ‘Stringing Coral Beads’.

Joyce, Joseph P., et al., “External Liabilities, Domestic Institutions and Banking Crises in Developing Economies,” Review of International Economics, (2018).

Margaret M. Keane

Denise Kellen ’68 Professor in the Health Sciences, Professor of Psychology


Palembo, D.J., Hayes, S.M., Peterson, K.M., Keane M.M., and Verfaellie, M., “Medical Temporal Love Contributions to Episodic Future Thinking: Scene Construction or Future Projection?” Cerebral Cortex, 28. 447-458. (2018).

Verfaellie, M., and Keane, M.M., “Neuropsychological Investigations of human amnesia: insights into the role of the medial temporal loves in cognition.” Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 23. 732-740. (2017).

Sari A. Kerr

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

Wellesley Centers for Women, economics

Kerr, Sari Pekkala, Kerr, William R. and Xu, Tina, “Personality Traits of Entrepreneurs: A Review of Recent Literature.” Foundations and Trends in Entrepreneurship (forthcoming). Also National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper 24097.

Pinar Keskin-Bonatti

Assistant Professor of Economics


Erten, Bilge and Pinar Keskin. “For Better or for Worse?: Education and Prevalence of Domestic Violence in Turkey,” American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, (2018).

Vanja Klepac-Ceraj

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences

Howard, M.M.*, Plotkin, A.A., McClure, A.R., Klepac-Ceraj, V.I., Griffin, A.B., Brabander, D.J., and Jones, K.N., “Comfrey mulch enriches soil, but does not improve an indicator crop within one season.” International Journal of Plant and Soil Science. 22(2): 1-9. (2018).

*Rowland, S., Klepac-Ceraj, V.I., “Sallie Chisholm and Oceans of Prochlorococcus” in Women in Microbiology. (2018).

Shapiro, L.R, Paulson , J.N., Arnold, B.J., Scully, E.D., Zhaxybayeva, O., Pierce, N., Beattie, F., Gleason, M., Rocha ,J., Klepac-Ceraj, V.I., Kolter , R., “An introduced crop plant is driving diversification of the virulent plant pathogen Erwinia tracheiphila.” (2018).

*denotes student author

N. Adriana Knouf

Assistant Professor of Cinema and Media Studies

Cinema and Media Studies

Knouf, N. Adriana, “Of those moments in-between, everything.” Solo exhibition at the Clayton Staples Gallery,Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas. (2018).

Yu Jin Ko

Professor of English


Ko, Yu Jin. “Donald Trump: Shakespeare’s Lord of Misrule”, Trump and Political Philosophy: Leadership, Statesmanship and Tyranny. (2018).

Ko, Yu Jin. “Violence and Consensual Imagination in A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, in Shakespeare and Realism , Farleigh Dickinson University Press. (2018).

Ko, Yu Jin. Classic Korean Tales. Trans. Sun-Hee Lee and Alison Blodgett. Hollym International. Poetry editor. (2018).

Philip L. Kohl

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


Kohl, Philip, Wang, Chuan-Chao, et. al,.“The genetic prehistory of the Greater Caucasus.” bioRxiv. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. (2018). Read the Abstract of “The genetic prehistory of the Greater Caucasus”.

Kohl, Philip. “Silence and Noise in the Archaeological Record — When Archaeological Understandings may not be Underdetermined,” festschrift. (2018).

Yoon Sun Lee

Professor of English


Lee, Yoon Sun, “Questions of Scale.” Cambridge Companion to Narrative Theory. Cambridge University Press, 29-45. (2018).

Lee, Yoon Sun, “Racialized Bodies and Asian American Literature.” American Literary History 30. 166-76. (2018).

Mary R. Lefkowitz

Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities

Professor Emerita of Classical Studies

Classical Studies, Faculty Emeritus

Lefkowitz, Mary R., Grossardt, P., review of Praeconia Maeonidae Magni, Gnomon 90.4: 289-91. (2018).

Lefkowitz, Mary R., “Bringing in the Horse,” The American Scholar (Autumn): 107-111. (2018).

Ada Lerner

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Computer Science

Lerner, Ada, et al., “Computer Security and Privacy for Refugees in the United States” IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (2018).

Lerner, Ada and Hoyle, Robert , “Toward Understanding the Privacy Needs of Marginalized Populations. Moving Beyond a ‘One-Size Fits All’ Approach: Exploring Individual Differences in Privacy” (2018).

Lerner, Ada, et al., “Rewriting History: Changing the Archived Web from the Present.”, Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (2017).

Phillip B. Levine

Katharine Coman and A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Economics


Levine, Phillip B. and McKnight, Robin, “Firearms and Accidental Deaths: Evidence from the Aftermath of the Sandy Hook School Shooting,” Science 358 (6368), December 2017: 1324-1328.

Sara Lewis

Elisabeth Luce Moore Postdoctoral Fellow


Lewis, Sara E. “Resilience, Agency, and Everyday Lojong in the Tibetan Diaspora.” Contemporary Buddhism (2018).

Paul MacDonald

Associate Professor of Political Science

Political Science

MacDonald, Paul and Parent, Joseph M., “Twilight of the Titans: Great Power Decline and Retrenchment”, Cornell University Press (2018).

MacDonald, Paul, “Embedded Authority: A Relational Network Approach to Hierarchy in World Politics,” Review of International Studies (2018).

MacDonald, Paul, et al., “More than the Military: Pitfalls in American Grand Strategy,” part of Policy Roundtable: The Pursuit of Military Superiority, Texas National Security Review (2018).

Layli Maparyan

Professor of Africana Studies

Katherine Stone Kaufmann ’67 Executive Director of the Wellesley Centers for Women

Wellesley Centers for Women

Maparyan, L., “Womanism and Black Women’s Health”, Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism (2018).

Stephen A. Marini

Elisabeth Luce Moore Professor of Christian Studies

Professor of Religion


Marini, Stephen A., “Charles Avison and the Psalmody Reform Movement in Britain,” in Roz Southey and Eric Cross, eds., Charles Avison in Context: National and International Musical Links in Eighteenth-Century North-East England. (London: Routledge, 2018), 143-178.

Julie Matthaei

Professor of Economics


Matthaei, Julie, “URPE, Radical Political Economics, Social Movements, and Revolution — From Identity Politics to Solidarity Economics: Looking Forward on the Occasion of URPE’s Fiftieth Anniversary.” Review of Radical Political Economics. Vol. 50(3), 504-421. (2018).

Matthaei, Julie, “Feminism and Revolution: Looking Back, Looking Ahead.” Great Transition Initiative. (2018).

Matthaei, Julie, “From Inequality to Solidarity: Co-Creating a New Economics for the 21st Century.” in Radical Political Economics for a New Era: A Reader of the Union for Radical Political Economics. 147-157. (2018).

Erich Matthes

Assistant Professor of Philosophy


Matthes, Erich H., “‘Saving Lives or Saving Stones?’ The Ethics of Cultural Heritage Protection in War,” Public Affairs Quarterly, (2018).

Matthes, Erich H., “Repatriation and the Radical Redistribution of Art,” Ergo, (2017).

Matthes Erich H., “The Ethics of Cultural Heritage,” The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, (2018).

Matthes, Erich H., “The Clean Plate Club? Food Waste and Individual Responsibility” (with Jaclyn Hatala Matthes), in The Oxford Handbook of Food Ethics, ed. Anne Barnhill, Mark Budolfson, and Tyler Doggett (New York: Oxford University press: 313-330. (2018).

Matthes, Erich H., Review of “Patina: A Profane Archaeology” by Shannon Lee Dawdy, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, (2018).

Jaclyn Hatala Matthes

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences

Matthes, J. H., Lang, A. K., Jevon, F. V., Russell, S., “Tree stress and mortality from emerald ash borer does not systematically alter short-term soil carbon flux in a mixed northeastern U.S. forest”, Forests, (2018).

Robin McKnight

Professor of Economics


Levine, Phillip B. and McKnight, Robin, “Firearms and Accidental Deaths: Evidence from the Aftermath of the Sandy Hook School Shooting,” Science 358(6368) (2017).

Kim Katris McLeod

Professor of Astronomy


Gaudi, et al., including McLeod, K. K., “A giant planet undergoing extreme-ultraviolet irradiation by its hot massive-star host,” Nature, (2017).

Lund, et al., including McLeod, K. K., “KELT-20b: A Giant Planet with a Period of P 3.5 days Transiting the V 7.6 Early A Star HD 185603,” Astronomical Journal, (2017)

Siverd, et al., including McLeod, K. K. “KELT-19Ab: A P ∼ 4.6-day Hot Jupiter Transiting a Likely Am Star with a Distant Stellar Companion,” Astronomical Journal, (2018).

Johnson, et al., including McLeod, K.K. “KELT-21b: A Hot Jupiter Transiting the Rapidly Rotating Metal-poor Late-A Primary of a Likely Hierarchical Triple System”, Astronomical Journal, (2018).

Martha J. McNamara

Director, NE Arts and Architecture Program


McNamara, Martha J. and Sheldon, Karan, “Amateur Movie Making: Aesthetics of the Everyday in New England Film 1915-1960”, Indiana University Press, (2017).

P. Takis Metaxas

Professor of Computer Science

Faculty Director, Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs

Computer Science

Metaxas, Takis T. and Finn, Samantha. “The infamous #Pizzagate conspiracy theory:Insight from a TwitterTrails investigation.” Computation & Journalism. Symposium, Northwestern University, Evanston IL. (2017).

Alexandra Miller

Visiting Lecturer in Physics


Berenstein, D. and Miller, A., “Code Subspaces for LLM Geometries,” Class. Quant. Grav. 35, 065003 [arXiv:1708.00035 [hep-th]]. (2018).

Berenstein, D. and Miller, A., “Superposition Induced Topology Changes in Quantum Gravity,” JHEP 1711, 121 [arXiv:1702.03011 [hep-th]]. (2017).

Berenstein, D. and Miller, A., “Logarithmic Enhancements in Conformal Perturbation Theory and Their Real Time Interpretation,” [arXiv:1607.01922 [hep-th]]. (2017).

Berenstein, D. and Miller, A., “Can Topology and Geometry be Measured by an Operator Measurement in Quantum Gravity?,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 261601 [arXiv:1605.06166 [hep-th]]. (2017).

Berenstein, D. and Miller, A., “Reconstructing Spacetime from the Hologram, Even in the Classical Limit, Requires Physics Beyond the Planck Scale,” Int. J. Mod. Phys. D 25, 1644012 [arXiv:1605.05288[hep-th]]. Received honorable mention in 2016 Gravity Research Foundation essay contest. (2016)

Berenstein, D. and Miller, A., “Conformal Perturbation Theory, Dimensional Regularization, and AdS/CFT,” Phys. Rev. D 90, 086011 [arXiv:1406.4142 [hep-th]]. (2014).

Yang, J., Gallardo, D., Miller A., and Chen, Z., “Elimination of Transverse Instability in Stripe Solitions by One-Dimensional Lattices,” Opt. Lett. 37, 1571-1573 [arXiv:1205.0767 [physics]]. (2012).

Wang, J., Efremidis, N.K., Miller A., Lu, C., Zhang, P., and Chen, Z., “Nonlinear Beam Deflection in Photonic Lattices with Negative Defects” Phys. Rev. A 83, 033836 (2011).

Zang, P., Efremidis, N.K., Miller, A., Ni, P., and Chen, Z., “Reconfigurable 3D Photonic Lattices by Optical Induction for Optical Control of Beam Propagation” Appl. Phys. B 104, 553 (2011).

Zang, P., Efremidis, N.K., Miller,A., Hu, Y., and Chen, Z., “Observation of Coherent Destruction of Tunneling and Unusual Beam Dynamics due to Negative Coupling in Three-Dimensional Photonic Lattices” Opt. Lett. 35, 3252 (2010).

Katrin Monecke

Associate Professor of Geosciences


Monecke, K., McCarthy, F. M.G , Hubeny, B.J., Ebel, J.E., Brabander, D. J., Kielb, S., Howey, E., Janigian, G., Pentesco, J., “The AD 1755 Cape Ann earthquake in lake sediments of eastern New England - an interdisciplinary paleoseismic approach”, Seismological Research Letters 89 (3), 1212-1222. (2018).

Marianne V. Moore

Frost Professor of Environmental Sciences

Professor Emerita of Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences, Faculty Emeritus

Moore, M.V. and L.V. Sukhanova. Preface, Inland Waters (2017).

Poste, A.E., M.V. Pastukhov, H.F.V. Braaten, T. Ozersky, and Moore, M.V., “Past and present mercury accumulation in the Lake Baikal seal: Temporal trends, effects of life history, and toxicological implications”, Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry, (2018).

Timoshkin, O.A., Moore, M.V., Kulikova, N.N., Tomberg, I.V., Malnik, V.V., Shimaraev, M.N., Troitskaya, E.S., Shirokaya, A.A., Sinyukovich, V.N., Zaitseva, E.P., Dommysheva, V.M., Yamamuro, M., Poberezhnaya, A.E., and Timoshkina, E.M., “Groundwater contamination by sewage causes benthic algal outbreaks in the littoral zone of Lake Baikal (East Siberia)”, Journal of Great Lakes Research, (2018).

Codruţa Morari

Associate Professor of Cinema & Media Studies and French

Cinema & Media Studies

Morari, Codruţa, “Properties of Film Authorship,” in The Anthem Handbook of Film Theory, eds. Tom Conley and Hunter Vaughan, London: Anthem Press, 157-172. (2018).

Morari, Codruţa, “The Work of Art: Maurice Pialat”s Van Gogh (1991) and the Crisis of Auteur Cinema”, in Dealing with Authorship, ed. Sarah Burnautzki et al., London and Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 223-236. (2018).

Morari, Codruţa, “New Cinema, New Critique: French Film Criticism at the Crossroad,” Film Criticism, vol. 41, Issue 1 (2017). Read the Full Text of “New Cinema, New Critique”.

Morari, Codruţa, “Le Cinéma comme festival d’affects: Barthes et le septième art,” in Roland Barthes: Emotion, Création, Jouissance, ed. Maja Zorica Vukusic, preface Eric Marty, Paris: Flammarion/ Classiques Garnier 147-158. (2017).

Eni Mustafaraj

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Computer Science

Mustafaraj, Eni and Lurie, Emma*, “Investigating the Effects of Google’s Search Engine Result Page in Evaluating the Credibility of Online News Sources.” WebSci ’18 Proceedings of the 10th ACM Conference on Web Science. 107-116. (2018). Read the Full Text of “Investigating the Effects of Google’s Search Engine...”

Mustafaraj, Eni, Khonzoda, Umarova*, Turbak, Franklyn, Lee, Sohie, “Task-specific Language Modeling for Selecting Peer-written Explanations.” FLAIRS-31 Proceedings of the 31st International Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society Conference. 443-438. (2018). Read the Full Text of “Task-specific Language Modeling...”

* denotes student author

Julie K. Norem

Margaret Hamm Professor of Psychology


Cheek, N.N. & Norem, J. K. “On moderator detection in anchoring research: Implications of ignoring estimate direction.” Collabra: Psychology, pp.1-8. (2018). Read the Full Text of “On moderator detection in anchoring research...”.

Cheek, N. N. and Norem, J. K. “Holistic thinkers anchor less: Exploring the roles of self-construal and think styles in anchoring susceptibility.” Personality and Individual Differences, 115, 174-176. (2017).

Megan Núñez

Nan Walsh Schow ’54 and Howard B. Schow Professor in the Physical and Natural Sciences

Professor of Chemistry


McCauley, M. J., Furman, Dietrich, L., Rouzina, C.A., Núñez, M.E., and Williams, M.C., “Quantifying the stability of oxidatively damaged DNA by single-molecule DNA stretching” Nucleic Acids Research, (2018).

James Oles

Senior Lecturer in Art


Oles, James, “Expedientes Museo Expuesto/The Exposed Museum Files”, Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Mexico City. (2017).

Oles, James. “La parte más bella/The Most Beautiful Part.” Museo de Arte Moderno/INBA/Secretaría de Cultura: Mexico City. (2017).

Alejandra Osorio

Associate Professor of History


Osorio, Alejandra B., “Of National Boundaries and Imperial Geographies: A New Radical History of the Spanish Habsburg Empire”, Radical History Review 130, pp. 100-130. (2018).

Osorio, Alejandra B., “Courtly ceremonies and a cultural urban geography of power in the Habsburg Spanish Empire” in Leonard von Morzé, ed. The Circulation of Culture in Atlantic Cities: From Early Modern to Modernism. New York: Palgrave, pp. 37-72. (Peer-Reviewed). (2018).

Ryan Alexander Quintana

Associate Professor of History


Quintana, Ryan A., “Making a Slave State: Political Development in Early South Carolina”, University of North Carolina Press, (2018).

Quintana, Ryan A., “Slavery and the Conceptual History of the State”, The Journal of the Early Republic, (2018).

Smitha Radhakrishnan

Luella LaMer Associate Professor of Women’s Studies

Associate Professor of Sociology


Radhakrishnan, Smitha, “Empowerment, Declined: Paradoxes of Microfinance and Gendered Subjectivity in Urban India”, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Volume 44. 83-105. (2018). Read the Full Text of “Empowerment, Declined...”

Radhakrishnan, Smitha, “Of Loans and Livelihoods: Gendered ‘social work’ in urban India.” Economic Anthropology. Special Issue on Financialization. 235-246. (2018). Read the Full Text of “Of Loans and Livelihoods...”

Carlos Ramos

Professor of Spanish


Ramos, Carlos. “Federico García Lorca en Vermont. Un pulso herido” in José M. del Pino (ed.) El impacto de la metrópolis. La experiencia americana en Lorca, Dalí y Buñuel, La Casa de la Riqueza. Estudios de la Cultura de España. Iberoamericana-Vervuert: Madrid, pp. 117-135. (2018).

Susan M. Reverby

Marion Butler McLean Professor in the History of Ideas

Professor Emerita of Women’s and Gender Studies

Women’s and Gender Studies, Faculty Emeritus

Reverby, Susan M., “‘So What?’ Historical Contingency, Activism, and Reflections on the Studies in Tuskegee and Guatemala,” Bioethics in Action, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (2018).

Petra R. Rivera-Rideau

Assistant Professor of American Studies

American Studies

Rivera-Rideau, Petra R. “‘If I Were You’: Tego Calderón’s Diasporic Interventions”, Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism 55 55-69 (2018).

Rivera-Rideau, Petra R., Zamora, Omaris Z., Plácido, Sandy, and Ramírez, Dixa, “Expanding the Dialogues: Afro-Latinx Feminisms.” Latinx Talk. (2017).

Julie A. Roden

Instructor in Biological Sciences Laboratory

Biological Sciences

Roden, J. A., Jakob, S., Roehrig, C., and Brenner, T. J., “Preparing graduate student teaching assistants in the sciences: An intensive workshop focused on active learning”, Biochem. Mol. Biol. Educ., 46: 318-326. (2018).

Kay L. Schlozman

Distinguished Visiting Professor of Political Science

Political Science

Schlozman, Kay L., “Unequal and Unrepresented: Political Inequality and the People’s Voice in the New Gilded Age Princeton”, NJ: Princeton University Press, (with Henry E. Brady and Sidney Verba) (2018).

Schlozman, Kay L., “Unequal Political Voice in the New American Gilded Age,” Items: Insights from the Social Sciences, (2018). Read the Full Text of “Unequal Political Voice in the New American Gilded Age”.

Inela Selimović

Assistant Professor of Spanish


Selimović, Inela, Affective Moments in the Films of Martel, Carri, and Puenzo. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

Selimović, Inela, “Sensorial Youths: Gender, Eroticism, and Agency in Lucrecia Martel’s Rey muerto (1995).” In New Visions of Adolescence in Contemporary Latin American Cinema, edited by Geoffrey Maguire and Rachel Randall. New York: Palgrave Macmillan (2018): 81-98.

Selimović, Inela, Review of Las cosas que perdimosen el fuego (2017) by Mariana Enríquez. Chasqui 47. 1 (2018):13-15.

Selimović, Inela, Review of Las islas blancas (2016) by Marjorie Agosín. Chasqui 46. 2 (2017): 11-12.

Selimović, Inela, Review of El clan (2015) by Pablo Trapero. Chasqui 46. 1 (2017): 44-46

Selimović, Inela, “Cities in Lucía Puenzo’s Films.” The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban Studies. Edited by Jeremy Tambling. London: Palgrave Macmillan (2018): DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-62592-8_34-1.

Andrea S. Sequeira

Professor of Biological Sciences

Biological Sciences

Sequeira, Andrea S., Rocamundi, Nicolás, Ferrer, M. Silvia, Baranzelli, Matias C. and Marvaldi, Adriana E, “Unveiling the History of a Peculiar Weevil-Plant Interaction in South America: A Phylogeographic Approach to Hydnorobius hydnorae (Belidae) Associated with Prosopanche americana (Aristolochiaceae)” Diversity, (2018).

Orit Shaer

Class of 1966 Associate Professor of Computer Science

Computer Science

Westendorf, L. Shaer, O., Varsanyi, P., van der Meulen, H., and Kun, A.L, “Understanding Collaborative Decision Making Around a Large-Scale Interactive Tabletop”, Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact. 1, CSCW, Article 110: 21 pages. (2017). Read the Full Text of “Understanding Collaborative Decision Making Around a Large-Scale Interactive Tabletop”.

Strawhacker, A., Sullivan, C., Verish, M. Bers, M., Shaer, O., “Enhancing Children’s Interest and Knowledge in Bioengineering Through an Interactive Videogame”, JITE:IIP (2018). Read the Abstract of “Enhancing Children’s Interest and Knowledge in Bioengineering Through an Interactive Videogame”.

Pollalis, C., Minor, E. J., Westendorf, W., Fahnbulleh, I., Virgilio, A. L., Kun, and Shaer, O., “Evaluating Learning with Tangible and Virtual Representations of Archaeological Artifacts”, Proc.Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction.(2018).

Pollalis, C., Grevet, L., Westendorf W, Finn, S., Shaer, O., and Metaxas, P., “Classroom Activity for Critical Analysis of News Propagation Online”, in Extended Abstracts of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (2018).

Verish, C., Strawhacker, A., Bers, M., Shaer, O., “CRISPEE: A Tangible Gene Editing Platform for Early Childhood”, Proc. Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction. (2018).

Vernon L. Shetley

Professor of English


Shetley, Vernon, “Performing the Inhuman: Scarlett Johansson and Science Fiction Film,” Science Fiction Film and Television (2018).

Alan H. Shuchat

Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus

Mathematics, Faculty Emeritus

Shuchat, Alan H., Shull, Randy and Trenk, Ann N., “Tolerance Orders of Open and Closed Unit Intervals”, Order, (2018).

Neelima Shukla-Bhatt

Associate Professor of South Asian Studies

South Asian Studies

Shukla-Bhatt, Neelima, “Introduction” for “Making Gujarat Vaiava” Oxford Journal of Hindu Studies. Vol. 10, No. 1. (2017).

Shukla-Bhatt, Neelima, “Songs on the Move: Mira in Gujarat, Narasinha Mehta in Racasthan,” in A Multilingual Nation, Translation and Language Dynamic in India. Oxford University Press: India. 66-92. (2017).

Shukla-Bhatt, Neelima, “The One in the Many in Songs of the Poet-Saints of Medieval India: A Cultural Stance on Tolerance,” in Toleration in Comparative Perspective. Lexington Books: Latham, MD. 141-158. (2018).

Olga Shurchkov

Associate Professor of Economics; Director, Knapp Social Science Center


Shurchkov, Olga., and Eckel, C., “Gender Differences in Behavioral Traits and Labor Market Outcomes”, in (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Women and the Economy, Oxford University Press (2018). Read the Full Text of “Gender Differences in Behavioral Traits and Labor Market Outcomes”.

Dan E. Sichel

Professor of Economics


Sichel, Dan E., Corrado, Carol, Fox, Kevin, Goodridge, Peter, Haskel, Jonathan, Jona-Lasinio, Cecilia, and Westlake, Stian, “Improving GDP: Demolishing, Repointing or Extending?” Global Perspectives. 2, (2017). Read the Full Text of “Improving GDP: Demolishing, Repointing or Extending?”

Sichel, Dan E., “Higher Gasoline Taxes and Infrastructure: An Idea Whose Time has Come?” EconoFact. Read the Full Text of “Higher Gasoline Taxes and Infrastructure: An Idea Whose Time has Come?”

Marilyn Sides

Senior Lecturer in English


Sides, Marilyn, “We Lived in the Desert, Then” The Common Online, (2017).

Sides, Marilyn, “The Haiku Master” The Common, (2018).

Shikha Singh

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Computer Science

Singh, Shikha, Bender, M. A., Farach-Colton, M., Goswami, M.,Johnson, R., McCauley, S., “Bloom Filters, Adaptivity, and the Dictionary Problem Foundations of Computer Science” (2018).

Chen, J., McCauley, S., and Singh, S., “Efficient Rational Proofs with Strong Utility-Gap Guarantees SAGT”, Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory, (2018).

Quinn Slobodian

Associate Professor of History


Slobodian, Quinn, “Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism”, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, (2018).

Slobodian, James Mark and Quinn, “Eastern Europe in the Global History of Decolonization”, in he Oxford Handbook of the Ends of Empire, New York: Oxford University Press, (2018).

Plehwe, Dieter, and Slobodian, Quinn, “Landscapes of Unrest: Herbert Giersch and the Origins of Neoliberal Economic Geography”, Modern Intellectual History Online (2017).

Slobodian, Quinn, “Germany’s 1968 and its Enemies”, American Historical Review (2018).

Mingwei Song

Associate Professor of Chinese

East Asian Languages & Cultures

Song, Mingwei, “Liu Cixin’s Three-Body Trilogy: Between the Sublime Cosmos and the Micro Era”, Lingua Cosmica: Science Fiction from around the World (ed. Dale Knickerbocker). Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. (2018).

Song, Mingwei, “Cixin Liu”, ArtReview, London. 69.7. 86-91. (Oct 2017).

Song, Mingwei, “Les romans de science-fiction de Liu Cixin”, Trans. Gwennael Gaffric. Monde chinois. 51-52. (2017).

Song, Mingwei, “Sinosfera — antologia di racconti di fantascienze cinese in doppia lingua.” Trans. Chiara Cigarini. Sinosfera (ed., Francesco Verso). Roma: Future Fiction. (2018).

Rachel Stanley

Assistant Professor of Chemistry


Stanley, Rachel. H. R., McGillicuddy, D. J., Sandwith, Z. O., Pleskow, H. M., “Submesoscale hotspots of productivity and respiration: Insights from high resolution oxygen and fluorescence sections” Deep Sea Research Part I. 130, 1-11. (2017).

Stanley, Rachel. H. R., “Ocean thermometer from the past.” Nature. 553, 30-31. (2018).

Manning, C. C., Howard, E. M.*, Nicholson, D. P., Ji, B. Y., Sandwith, Z. O., Stanley, Rachel, H. R., “Revising estimates of aquatic gross oxygen production by the triple oxygen isotope method to incorporate the local isotopic composition of water.” Geophysical Research Letters. 44. (2017).

Nicholson, D. P., Stanley, Rachel, H.R., and Doney, S.C., “A Phytoplankton Model for the Allocation of Gross Photosynthetic Energy Including the Trade-offs of Diazotrophy.” Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences. 123, 1796 1816. (2017). Read the Abstract of “A Phytoplankton Model for...”

*denotes student author

Glenn Stark

Professor of Physics


Stark, Glenn. Herde, H., Lyons, J. R., Heays, A. N., de Oliveira, N., Nave, G., Lewis, B. R., and Gibson, S. T., “Fourier-transform-spectroscopic photoabsorption cross sections and oscillator strengths for the S2 B-X system.” Journal of Chemical Physics. 148, 244302 (2018).

Lewis, B. R., Gibson, S. T. Gibson, Stark, G., and Heays, A. N., “Predissociation in the B state of S2: a coupled-channel model”, Journal of Chemical Physics. 148, 244303 (2018).

Lyons, J. R., Herde, H., Stark, G., Blackie, D.S., Pickering, J. C., and de Oliveira, N., “VUV pressure-broadening in sulfur dioxide.” J. Quant. Spectrosc. Rad. Trans. 210, 156 (2018).

Raymond James Starr

Theodora Stone Sutton Professor of Classics

Professor of Classical Studies

Classical Studies

Starr, Raymond J., “Ancient Bookrolls in Modern Classrooms,” New England Classical Journal (2018).

Marc J. Tetel

Dorothy and Charles Jenkins, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience


Acharya, K.D., Nettles, S.A., Sellers, K.J., *Im, D.D., *Harling, M., Pattanayak, C., Vardar-Ulu,D., Lichti, C.F., Huang,S., Edwards, D.P.,Srivastava, D.P., Denner, L. and Tetel, Marc J. “The progestin receptor interactome in the female mouse hypothalamus: Interactions with synaptic proteins are isoform-specific and ligand-dependent.” Journal of Neuroendocrinology. (2017).

Tetel, Marc J., de Vries, G.J., Melcangi, R.C., Panzica, G.C. and O’Mahony, S.M. “Steroids, stress and the gut microbiome-brain axis.” Journal of Neuroendocrinology. (2018).

*denotes student author

Meg D. Thompson

Professor Emerita of Geosciences

Geosciences, Faculty Emeritus

Thompson, Meg D., Ramezani, J., and Grunow, A.M., “Within-plate Setting of Paleozoic Alkalic Suites in Southeastern New England, USA: Constraints from Chemical Abrasion-TIMS U-Pb Geochronology and Paleomagnetism”, Journal of Geology. (2018).

Brian C. Tjaden

Professor of Computer Science

Computer Science

Gerrick, Elias R., Barbier, Thibault, Chase, Michael R., Xu, Raylin, François, Josie, Lin, Vincent H., Szucs, Matthew J., Rock, Jeremy, M., Rushdy, Ahmad, Tjaden, Brian, Livny, Jonathan, and Fortune, Sarah M., “Small RNA profiling in Mycobacterium tuberculosis identifies MrsI as necessary for an anticipatory iron sparing response.” Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences, 115(25):6464-6469, (2018). Read the Full Text of “Small RNA profiling in Mycobacterium tuberculosis...”.

Nudel, Kathleen, McClure, Ryan, Moreau, Matthew, Briars, Emma, Abrams, A. Jeanine, Tjaden, Brian, Su, Xiao-Hong, Trees, David, Rice, Peter A., Massari, Paola, and Genco, Caroline A., “Transcriptome analysis of Neisseria gonorrhoeae during natural infection reveals differential expression of antibiotic resistance determinants between men and women.” mSphere, 3(3):e00312-18, (2018). Read the Full Text of “Transcriptome analysis of Neisseria gonorrhoeae during natural infection...”.

Calfee, Gregory, Danger, Jessica L., Jain, Ira, Miller, Eric W., Sarkar, Poulomee, Tjaden, Brian, Kreikemeyer, Bernd, and Sumby, Paul, “Identification and characterization of serotype-specific variation in group A Streptococcus pilus expression.” Infection and Immunity, 86(2):e00792-17, (2018). Read the Abstract of “Identification and characterization of serotype-specific variation in...”.

Zhang, Yi-Fan, Han, Kook, Chandler, Courtney E., Tjaden, Brian, Ernst, Robert K., and Lory, Stephen, “Probing the sRNA regulatory landscape of P. aeruginosa: post-transcriptional control of determinants of pathogenicity and antibiotic susceptibility.” Molecular Microbiology, 106(6):919-937, (2017). Read the Full Text of “Probing the sRNA regulatory landscape of P. aeruginosa...”.

Ann Trenk

Professor of Mathematics


Trenk, Ann and Collins, K., “Finding balance: Split Graphs and Related Classes.” Electronic Journal of Combinatorics. Vol. 25 1, pp.1 73 (2018).

Trenk, Ann., Boyadzhiyska , S., and Isaak, G., “A simple proof characterizing interval orders with interval lengths between 1 and k.” Involve. Vol.11 5, 893-900 (2018).

Franklyn Turbak

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Computer Science

Isabelle, Li, Turbak, Franklyn, and Mustafaraj, Eni. “Calls of the Wild: Exploring Procedural Abstraction in App Inventor.” Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE Blocks and Beyond Workshop. Raleigh, N.C. (2017). *

Turbak, Franklyn, Gray, Jeff, Kelleher, Caitlin, and Sherman, Mark (editors). Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE Blocks and Beyond Workshop. Raleigh, N.C. (2017).

Mustafaraj, Eni, Umarova, Khonzoda, Turbak, Franklyn, and Lee, Sohie. “Task-Specific Language Modeling for Selecting Peer-written Explanations”, in Proceedings of the 31th International FLAIRS Conference. (2018).

* denotes student author

Natali Valdez

Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies

Women’s and Gender Studies

Valdez, Natali, “The Redistribution of Reproductive Responsibility: On the Epigenetics of ‘Environment’ in Prenatal Interventions”, Medical Anthropology Quarterly. (2018). Read the Abstract of “The Redistribution of Reproductive Responsibility...”.

Valdez, Natali, Zacher-Dixon, Lydia, and Montoya, Michael, “Pregnancy”, Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies. (2017).

Valdez, Natali “Jailcare: A Review”, Somatosphere. (2018).

Lynne Spigelmire Viti

Senior Lecturer Emerita in the Writing Program

Writing Program, Faculty Emeritus

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Punting” Origami Poems Project. (2017).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Near Christmas at Newbury Court.”, Califragile. (2017).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Skin and Bones.”, Califragile. (2017).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Walking Home.”, Califragile. (2017).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Drought Summer.”, Silkworm Florence MA Poets. (2017).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “The Summer People in Winter.”, Mass Poetry. (2017).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “The Glamorganshire Bible”, Finishing Line Press. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Skin and Bones.”, Love Like Salt. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Rene and Marcella.”, Fourth & Sycamore. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “The Summer People in Winter.”, WCAI FM Radio. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Actor.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Dancing at Lake Montebello.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Latecomer.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Love Drunk in Baltimore.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Homeleaving.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Girls.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Elegy for Alice.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “For My Birthday I Want to Sing Karaoke.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Antidotes of the Garden.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “December Catalog.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Black Friday.”, Grey Borders Magazine. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Blood Worries.”, Constellations. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Jamaica Plain.”, The Thing Itself. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Midpoint.”, The Thing Itself. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Elegy for Alice.”, Bay to Ocean: The Year’s Best Writing from the Eastern Shore Writers Association. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Girls, 1959.”, Bay to Ocean: The Year’s Best Writing from the Eastern Shore Writers Association. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “The Summer People in the Winter.”, Bay to Ocean: The Year’s Best Writing from the Eastern Shore Writers Association. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “Greyhounds.”, Gargoyle. (2018).

Viti, L. Spigelmire, “The Real Thing.”, The Woven Tale. (2018).

Qing (Wendy) Wang

Assistant Professor of Mathematics


Wang, Qing, “Extrapolation-based cross-validation bandwidth selectors: a review and comparative study with discussion on bivariate applications”, International Statistical Review. (2018). Read the Abstract of “Extrapolation-based cross-validation bandwidth selectors...”.

Wang, Qing, and Zhao, Dan, “Penalization with Group-Wise Sparsity: Econometric Applications to eBay Motors online auctions.” Empirical Economics. (2018). Read the Full Text of “Penalization with Group-Wise Sparsity...”.

David Ward

Professor of Italian Studies

Italian Studies

Ward, David M., co-editor with Gastaldi, Sciltian, “Era mio padre: Italian Terrorism of the Anni di Piombo in the Postmemorials of Victims,” Relatives. London and Berne: Italian Modernities/Peter Lang. (2018). Read a Summary of “Era mio padre...”.

Sara Wasserman

Kressa Family Assistant Professor of Neuroscience


Wasserman, Sara, and Park, E. J., “Diversity of Visuomotor Reflexes in Two Drosophila Species”, Current Biology. 28 16, pp.865-866. (2018).

Dorothy A. Webb

PERA Professor of the Practice


Webb, Dorothy, “Advanced Mental Strategies”, Coaching Volleyball. 18-21. (2018).

Cord J. Whitaker

Assistant Professor of English


Whitaker, Cord, “Remember.” Veer Ecology, University of Minnesota Press. (2017).

Whitaker, Cord, “The Three Kings of Cologne,” Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature in Britain. (2017).

Whitaker, Cord, “Race and Racism: The Man of Law’s Tale”, The Open Access Companion to the Canterbury Tales. (2017).

Whitaker, Cord, “Race-ing the dragon: the Middle Ages, race and trippin’ into the future,” Postmedieval: A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies 6.1 (2015): 3-11.

Whitaker, Cord, “Ambivalent Violence: Josephus, Rationalist Evangelism, and Defining the Human in the Siege of Jerusalem,” Yearbook of Langland Studies 28 (2014): 137-172.

Whitaker, Cord, “Black Metaphors in the King of Tars.” JEGP: The Journal of English and Germanic Philology 112.2 (2013): 169-193.

Ellen B. Widmer

Mayling Soong Professor of Chinese Studies

Professor of East Asian Studies

East Asian Languages & Cultures

Widmer, Ellen B., “Gender and the Public Sphere in Modernizing East Asia”, Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies. (2017).

Widmer, Ellen B., “Learning from Editions: Nü yuhua [Female Jail Flower] As Seen in Two Early Printings”, Texts and Transformations: Essays in Honor of the 75th Birthday of Victor H. Mair, ed. Haun Saussy, Cambria Press. (2018).

Widmer, Ellen B., “Reacting and Overreacting: Readers’ Responses to ‘Women’s Journals As Gleaned from ‘Women’s Novels’ of the Late Qing’, in Women and the Periodical Press in China’s Long Twentieth Century: A Space of Their Own.” Cambridge University Press. (2018).

Jeremy B. Wilmer

Associate Professor of Psychology


Rothlein, D., DeGutis, J., Germine, L., Wilmer, J., McGlinchey, R., Esterman, M., “Sensitivity to stimulus similarity is associated with greater sustained attention ability. Attention, Perception, & Amp,” Psychophysics, (2018).

Richler, J. J., Wilmer, J. B.,Gauthier, I., “General object recognition is specific: Evidence from novel and familiar objects”, Cognition, (2017).

Wilmer, J. B., “Individual differences in face recognition: A decade of discovery”, Current Directions in Psychological Science, (2017).

Rezlescu, C., Susilo, T., Wilmer, J. B., Caramazza, A., “The inversion, part-whole, and composite effects reflect distinct perceptual mechanisms with varied relationships to face recognition”, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, (2017).

Tree, J. J., Horry, R., Riley, H., 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, (2017).

Adele J Wolfson

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


Wolfson, Adele J., Dean, D.M., Martin, D., Carastro, L.M., Kennelly, P.J., Provost, J., Tansey, J., “Assessing Stakeholder Perceptions of the ASBMB Accreditation Program for Baccalaureate Degrees, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education.(2018).

Wolfson, Adele J., Mercer, A.M., Lewis, J.E., and Sutheimer, S., “Developing a Conversation: A Strategy to engage Faculty in Pedagogical Change”, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education 46: 383-389. (2018). Read the Full Text of “Developing a Conversation...”.

Benjamin P. Wood

Anchor Point Assistant Professor in Computer Science

Computer Science

Wood, Benjamin P., Cao, Man, Bond, Michael D., and Grossman, Dan, “Instrumentation Bias for Dynamic Data Race Detection”, Proceedings of the ACM on Programming Languages, volume 1, issue OOPSLA, article 69. (October 2017). Read the Abstract of “Instrumentation Bias for Dynamic Data Race Detection”.

Peng, Yuanfeng, Wood, Benjamin P., and Devietti, Joseph. “PARSNIP: Performant Architecture for Race Safety with No Impact on Precision”, Proceedings of the IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture. (October 2017). Read the Abstract of “PARSNIP: Performant Architecture for Race Safety with No Impact on Precision”.

Eve Zimmerman

Director, The Suzy Newhouse Center for the Humanities, Associate Professor of Japanese

East Asian Languages & Cultures

Kenji, Nakagami, “Remaining Flowers,” trans. Zimmerman, Eve, The Penguin Book of Japanese Short Stories, ed., Jay Rubin (London: Penguin Books), 140-149. (2018).

Zimmerman, Eve, trans. Starr ,Gregory “Afterword, Tanizaki Ju’nichirō; In Praise of Shadows.” Yokosuka, Japan: Sora Books. 87-91. (2017).

Zimmerman, Eve, Thornbury, Barbara E. and Schulz, Evelyn, eds., “The Child of Memory: City Topoi in Tsushima YÅ«ko’s Short Fiction of the 1980s,” in Tokyo: Memory, Imagination and the City”, Maryland: Lexington Books. 159-178. (2017).

Kenji, Nakagami. Afterword, Tanizaki Ju’nichirō, In Praise of Shadows, trans. Gregory Starr (Yokosuka, Japan: Sora Books), 87-91. (2017).

Kenji, Nakagami. “The Child of Memory: City Topoi in Tsushima YÅ«ko’s Short Fiction of the 1980s,” in Tokyo: Memory, Imagination and the City, Barbara E.Thornbury and Evelyn Schulz, eds., (Maryland: Lexington Books), 159-178. (2017).