Marjorie Agosin

Professor of Spanish


Agosin, M. (translation): The Maps of Memory by Alison Ridley. Simon and Schuster. (2020).

Agosin, M. (translation): Anne Frank under the fog. Simone Reinhartz.Hans Schiller Publisher. (2020).

Margaret Angelini

Director, Guild of Carillonneurs


Carillon concerts:

July 12, 2020 - Norwood, MA 2 pm & Cohasset, MA at 6 pm

August 23, 2020, 2 pm - Norwood MA

August 30, 2020, 5 pm - Storrs Congregational Church, Storrs CT

September 6, 2020, 6 pm - Cohasset MA

Justin Armstrong

Lecturer in Writing and Anthropology

writing program

Wolfson, A.J. and Armstrong, J.V. “A Team Taught Interdisciplinary First-Year Seminar With A Focus On Blood.” Journal of College Science Teaching. Volume 49, No. 3, p. 22-26. (2020).

Armstrong, J.V. “In the Presence of ABsence: the cultural significance of lost, abandoned, and isolated places.” The Routledge Handbook of Place. Taylor & Francis: New York. (2020).

Lilian Armstrong

Mildred Lane Kemper Professor Emerita of Art


Armstrong, Lilian. “The Decoration and Illustration of Venetian Incunabula: From Hand-Illumination to the Design of Woodcuts.” Printing R-Evolution and Society 1450-1500: Fifty Years that Changed Europe. Venice: Edizioni Ca’Foscari. p. 775-818. (2020).

Maneesh Arora

Assistant Professor of Political Science

political science

Arora, Maneesh. “Immigrant opposition in a changing national demographic.” Political Research Quarterly. Volume 73, No. 8, p. 340-351. (2020).

Efe Murat Balikcioglu

Visiting Lecturer in Religion


Balikcioglu, Efe Murat and Pound, Ezra. Kantolar [The Cantos]. Istanbul: Yapı Kredi Press. (2020).

Balikcioglu, Efe Murat and Wade, Sidney. “The Garip Preface (1941). Global Modernists on Modernism. P. 199-204. London: Bloomsbury. (2020).

Daniela Bartalesi-Graf

Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies

italian studies

Agonàs, Nikoletta; Matos, João Filipe; Bartalesi-Graf, Daniela; and O’Steen, David N. “Are You Ready? Self-Determined Learning Readiness of Language MOOC Learners.” Journal of Education and Information Technology. Volume 14, No. 4. (2019).

Agonàs, Nikoletta; Matos, João Filipe; Bartalesi-Graf, Daniela; and O’Steen, David N. “On the Path to Self-Determined Learning: A Mixed Methods Study of Learners’ Attributes and Strategies to Learn Language MOOCs.” International Journal of Learning Technology. Volume 14, No. 4. (2019).

Christine Bassem

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

computer science

Bassem, C. “Forgive but don’t forget: On reliable multi-task allocation in mobile crowdsensing platforms. IEEE International Conference on Smart Computing (2019).

Bassem. C. “Mobility coordination of participants in mobile crowdsensing platforms with spatio-temporal tasks. ACM International Symposium on Mo-Bility Management and Wireless Access (2019).

Bassem, C. “Redefining node centrality for task allocation in mobile crowdsensing platforms. IEEE International Conference on Smart Computing (2019).

Barbara S. Beltz

Allene Lummis Russell Professor of Neuroscience


Beltz, B.S. “Brain Evolution: Adaptations to extreme conditions.” Elife. Volume 8. (2019).

Beltz, B; Scholtz, G; Steinbrecht, A. Arthropod, Structure, and Development. (editorial) (2019).

Brenneis, G. and Beltz, B.S. “Adult neurogenesis in crayfish: Origin, expansion, and migration of neural progenitor lineages in a pseudostratified neuroepithelium.” Journal of Comparative Neurology. (2020).

Chaves da Silva, P.G.; Hsu, K.; Benton, J.L.; Beltz, B.S.; Allodi. S. “A balancing act: The immune system supports neurodegeneration and neurogenesis.” Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology. (2020).

Beltz, B; Scholtz, G; Steinbrecht, A. Arthropod, Structure, and Development (editorial) (2020).

Patricia Gray Berman

Theodora L. and Stanley H. Feldberg Professor of Art


Berman, P.G. “The Experimental Self: Edvard Munch’s Photography,” online exhibition at Munch Museum, Oslo, Norway, (2020).

Steven Biller

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

biological sciences

Biller, Steven J. “Extracellular Vesicles in the Environment.” Bacterial Membrane Vesicles: Biogenesis, Functions and Applications. Springer Publishing. P. 75-99. (2020).

Laurenceau, R.; Bliem, C.; Osburne, M.S.; Becker, J.W.; Biller, S.J.; Cubillos-Ruiz, A.; Chisholm, S.W. “Toward a genetic system in the marine cyanobacterium Prochlorococcus.” Access Microbiology. Volume 2, No. 4. (2020).

Pachiadaki, M.G.; Brown, J.M.; Brown, J.; Bezuidt, O.; Berube, P.M.; Biller, S.J.; Poulton, N.J.; Burkart, M.D.; LaClair, J.J.; Chisholm, S.W.; Stepanauskas, R. “Charting the complexity of the marine microbiome through single-cell genomics.” Cell. Volume 179, p. 1623-1635. (2019).

Judith Black

Associate Professor Emerita of Art


Black, Judith. “Pleasant Street.” United Kingdom: Stanley/Barker. (2020).

Brian Brubach

Assistant Professor of Computer Sciences

computer science

Brubach, B.; Srinivasan, A.; Zhao, S. “Meddling Metrics: the Effects of Measuring and Constraining Partisan Gerrymandering on Voter Incentives.” ACM Conference on Economics and Computation. (2020).

Brubach, B.; Chakrabarti, D.; Dickerson, J.P.; Khuller, S.; Srinivasan, A.; Tsepenekas, L. “A Pairwise Fair and Community-preserving Approach to k-Center Clustering.” International Conference on Machine Learning. (2020).

Brubach, B.; Sankararaman, K.A.; Srinivasan, A.; Xu, P. “Attenuate Locally, Win Globally: Attenuation-Based Frameworks for Online Stochastic Matching with Timeouts.” Algorithmica. (2020).

Sarah Bruhn

Visiting Lecturer in Education


Bruhn, S. and Jimenez, R.L. “Portraiture as a Method of Inquiry in Educational Research.“ Harvard Educational Review. Volume 90, No. 1, p. 49-53. (2020).

Bruhn, Sarah. ““The Child is Not Broken’: School Leaders’ Efforts to Enact Restorative Justice.” Teachers College Record. Volume 122, No. 8. (2020).

Heather Corbally Bryant

Lecturer in the Writing Program

writing program

Bryant, Heather Corbally. Practicing Yoga in a Former Shoe Factory. Georgetown: Finishing Line Press. (2020).

Bryant, Heather Corbally. Orchard Days. Georgetown: Finishing Line Press. (In press).

Emily Buchholtz

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

biological sciences

Buchholtz, E.A.; Yozgyur, Z.M.; Weaver, A.A.; Gaudin, T.J. “Homology and modularity in the mammalian sternum.” Journal of Morphology. Volume 280, S47. (2019).

Boessenecker R.W.; Churchill, M.; Buchholtz, E.A.; Beatty, B.L.; Geisler, J.H. “Convergent evolution of swimming adaptations in modern whales revealed by a large macrophagous dolphin from the Oligocene of South Carolina.” Current Biology. Volume 30, No. 16, p. 3267-3273. (2020).

Buchholtz, E.A.; Yozgyur, Z.M.; Feldman, A.; Weaver, A.A.; Gaudin, T.J. “The therian sternum at the lateral somitic frontier: Evolution of a composite structure.” Journal of Zoology (2020).

John S. Cameron

Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences

biological sciences

Cameron, J.S. & Musacchio, J.M. “Sarah Frances Whiting and the "photography of the invisible."” Physics Today. Volume 73, No. 8, p. 26. (2020).

Christopher Candland

Associate Professor of Political Science

political science

Candland, Christopher. Welfare with the State? Charity, Security, and Legitimacy in an Islamic Republic. Karachi: Oxford University Press. (2020).

Angela C. Carpenter

Associate Professor of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences

cognitive linguistic sciences

Carpenter, Angela. “Teaching invented languages to the undergraduate major: a capstone course.” Language Invention in Linguistics Pedagogy. (2020).

Kellie Cherie Carter Jackson

Knafel Assistant Professor of Humanities; Assistant Professor of Africana Studies

africana studies

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Preface.” Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. Brazil: Hedra Publishing. (2020).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “‘I was a Girl Full of Smartness:’ The Life of Mary Ellen Pleasant.” Freedom in Degrees: A Collective Biography of Black Women and Emancipation in the Americas. Ed. Erica L. Ball, Tatian Seijas, Terri L. Snyder. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (2020).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Black Joy—Not Corporate Acknowledgment—Is the Heart of Juneteenth.” The Atlantic. (2020).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Op-Ed: Real change on race issues has never come without struggle.” The Los Angeles Times. (2020).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “The Double Standard of the American Riot.” The Atlantic. (2020).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “What ‘Harriet’ Gets Right About Tubman.’ Washington Post. (2019).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “‘Just Ethel’: What My Grandmother, Who Was Much More Than A Domestic Worker, Taught Me About Black Patriotism.” WBUR: Cognoscenti. (2019).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “True Story Behind ‘The Lion King.’” Washington Post. (2019).

Carter Jackson, Kellie. “Review of David Blight, Frederick Douglass, Prophet of Freedom: Man of the Century: Frederick Douglass and a Biography for the Ages.” The Journal of African American History. Volume 104, Issue 4, p. 657-661. (2019).

Margaret Cezair-Thompson

Senior Lecturer in English


Cezair-Thompson, Margaret. "The Blank Spaces of Heart of Darkness." Conradiana. Volume 48, No. 2, p. 169-186. (2019).

Linda Charmaraman

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

wellesley centers for women

Charmaraman, L.; Moreno, M.; Richer, A. “Social and behavioral health factors associated with violent and mature gaming in early adolescence.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Volume 17, No. 14, p. 4996. (2020).

Charmaraman, L.; Bickham, D.; Sode, Olaide. “Adolescent mental health challenges in the digital world.” Technology and Adolescent Health Behavior: In School and Beyond. Elsevier Publishing. p. 283-304. (2020).

Davis, K.; Charmaraman, L.; Weinstein, E. “Adolescent and emerging adult development in an age of social media.” Journal of Adolescent Research. Volume 35, No. 1, p. 3-15. (2020).

Grossman, J. M.; Nagar, A.; Charmaraman, L.; Richer, A. M. “A larger ecology of family sexuality communication: Extended family perspectives on relationships, sexual orientation, and positive aspects of sex.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Volume 17, p. 1057.(2020).

Stephen Chen

Assistant Professor of Psychology


Chen, S.H.; Cohodes, E.; Bush, N.R.; Lieberman, A.F. “Child and caregiver executive function in trauma-exposed families: Relations with children’s cognitive and behavioral functioning.” Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. Volume 200. (2020).

Chen, S.H.; Zhang, E.; Liu, C.H.; Wang, L.K. “Depressive symptoms in Chinese immigrant mothers: Relations with perceptions of social status and interpersonal support.” Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. (2020).

Hahm, H.C.; Hsi, J.H.; Petersen, J.M.; Xu, J.; Lee, E.A.; Chen, S.H.; Liu, C.H. “Preliminary efficacy of AWARE in college health service centers: A group psychotherapy intervention for Asian American women.” Journal of American College Health. (2020).

Wang, L.K.; Wong, S.H.; Zhang, X.; Chen, S.H.; Li, G.; Yau, Y.; Liu, C. H. “Establishing a parenting program for transnationally separated Chinese immigrant families: A community-based pilot program.” Psychiatric Services. (2020).

Jennifer Chudy

Knafel Assistant Professor of Social Sciences; Assistant Professor of Political Science


Chudy, Jennifer. “Racial Sympathy and Its Political Consequences” Journal of Politics. (In press).

Chudy, Jennifer, Spencer Piston and Joshua Shipper. “Guilt by Association: Collective Guilt in American Politics.” Journal of Politics. Volume 81, No. 3, p. 968-981. (2019).

Genevieve Clutario

Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of American Studies

american studies

Clutario, Genevieve. “Overlapping Empires, World War II, and Everyday Life for Filipino Women.” Beyond the Edge of the Nation: Transimperial Histories with a U.S. Angle. (2020).

Courtney C. Coile

Professor of Economics


Coile, Courtney C. and Stewart, S. “Retirement Incentives and Behavior of Private and Public Sector Workers.” Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. P. 1-17. (2020).

Brown, J.; Coile, C.; Choi, J.; Woodbury, R. “Social Security and Financial Security at Older Ages.” Social Security Bulletin. Volume 80, No. 1, p. 31-40. (2020.)

Edited volume:

Börsch-Supan, Axel and Courtney Coile (eds.). Social Security Programs and Retirement Around the World: Reforms and Retirement Incentives. Chicago, University of Chicago Press (2020).

Börsch-Supan, Axel and Courtney Coile. “Introduction and Summary” “The Evolution of Retirement Incentives in the U.S.” Chicago, University of Chicago Press (2020).

Catia C. Confortini

Associate Professor of Peace and Justice Studies

peace studies

Confortini, C.; Félix de Souza, N.M. “Conversations Section Introduction.” International Feminist Journal of Politics. Volume 22, No. 2. (2020).

Confortini, C.; Félix de Souza, N.M. “Conversations Section Introduction.” International Feminist Journal of Politics. Volume 22, No. 1. (2020).

Confortini, Catia C. “Introduction.” Deportate, esuli, profughe: rivista telematica sulla memoria femminile. P. 41-42. (2020).

Confortini, Catia C. “Arms and the Women: The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom on Disarmament, 1945-1975.” Deportate, esuli, profughe: rivista telematica sulla memoria femminile. P. 41-42. (2020).

Confortini, C.C.; Onyesoh, J.; Rees, M. “Feminist Transnational Engagements as Challenges to the Cooptation of WPS: Examples from the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.” New Directions in Women, Peace, and Security. Ed. Laura Shepherd, Paul Kirby, and Soumita Basu. Bristol: Bristol University Press. (2020).

Confortini, C.C. and Vaittinen, T. “Introduction: Analyzing Violences in Gendered Global Health.” Gender, Global Health, and Violence: Feminist Perspectives on Peace and Disease. London and New York: Rowman & Littlefield. (2019).

Confortini, C.C. and Vaittinen, T. (eds.). Gender, Global Health, and Violence: Feminist Perspectives on Peace and Disease. London and New York: Rowman & Littlefield (2019).

Confortini, C.C. and Särmä, S. “Review of Sophie Harman’s Seeing Politics: Film, Visual Methods, and International Relations. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019.” International Feminist Journal of Politics. Volume 22, p. 2. (2020).

Confortini, C.C. and Gautier, L. “How to teach global public health during a pandemic.” University Affairs/Affaires Universitaires Magazine Blog (2020).

Elena Tajima Creef

Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies

women's and gender studies

Creef, E.T. and Hertz, R. "Teaching Women’s & Gender Studies: Teaching Tools for Life." Persistence is Resistance: Celebrating 50 Years of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies. (2020).

Thomas Cushman

Deffenbaugh de Hoyos Carlson Professor in the Social Sciences; Professor of Sociology


Cushman, Thomas. “The Social Structure of Civility and Incivility in the Liberal Academy.” Society. Volume 53, No. 6, p. 3. (2019).

Cushman, Thomas. “Freedom of Expression versus Diversity and Inclusion: A Cultural Fault Line of the American Future.” Contexts: Sociology for the Public. Volume 18, No. 3. (2019).

Cushman, Thomas (joint author). Statement of the Massachusetts Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Regarding COVID-19 and Incarcerated Persons in the Commonwealth, April 16, 2020. 

Cushman, Thomas (joint author). Statement of the Massachusetts Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights on the Detention of Immigrants in the Commonwealth During the COVID-19 Crisis, June 5, 2020. 

Cushman, Thomas (joint author). Statement of the Massachusetts Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Issues Statement Regarding Police Killings and Urging Comprehensive Changes to Policing in the Commonwealth, June 23, 2020

Louise Darling

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

biological sciences

Buck, A.K.; Elmore, D.E.; Darling, L.E. “Using Fluorescence Microscopy to Shed Light on the Mechanisms of Antimicrobial Peptides.” Future Medicinal Chemistry .Volume 11, No. 18, p. 2445-2458. (2019).

Elizabeth R. DeSombre

Camilla Chandler Frost Professor of Environmental Studies

environmental studies

DeSombre, Elizabeth R. What is Environmental Politics? Polity Press. (2020).

DeSombre, Elizabeth R. “Fisheries Governance.” Essential Concepts of Global Environmental Governance, 2nd Edition. (2020).

DeSombre, Elizabeth R. “The Security Implications of Fisheries.” International Affairs. Volume 95, p. 5. (2019).

DeSombre, Elizabeth R. “Domestic Sources of U.S. Unilateralism.” The Global Environment: Institutions, Law, and Policy, 5th Edition. (2019).

Christen Deveney

Associate Professor of Psychology


Deveney, C.M.; Roule*, A.L.; Wulff*, R.A. “Trait irritability and social cue identification and interpretation in young adult females.” Personality and Individual Differences. Volume 156. (2020).

Deveney, C.M.; Grasso, D.; Hsu*, A.; Pine, D.S.; Estabrook, C.R.; Zobel, E.; Burns, J.L.; Wakschlag, L.S.; Briggs-Gowan, M.J. “Multi-method assessment of irritability and differential linkages to neurophysiological indicators of attention allocation to emotional faces in young children.” Developmental Psychobiology. Volume 62, p. 600-616. (2020).

Jocelyne L. Dolce

Senior Instructor in Biological Sciences Laboratory

biological sciences

Killpack, T.L.; Fulmer, S.M.; Roden, J.A.; Dolce, J.L.; Skow, C.D. “Increased Scaffolding and Inquiry in an Introductory Biology Lab Enhance Experimental Design Skills and Sense of Scientific Ability.” Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education. Volume 21, No. 2. (2020).

Carol L. Dougherty

Professor of Classical Studies

classical studies

Dougherty, Carol L. “Why Does Aphrodite Have her Foot on That Turtle?” Arion. Volume 27, No. 3, p. 25-47. (2020).

David Ellerby

Professor of Biological Sciences

biological sciences

Gellman, E.D.; Tandler, T.R.; Ellerby, D.J. “Swimming from coast to coast: a novel fixed-gear swimming gait in fish.” Biology Letters. Volume 15, No. 6. (2019).

Moran, C.J.; Rzucidlo, C.L.; Ellerby, D.J.; Gerry, S.P. “Laboratory constraints on feeding behaviours in polymorphic bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus).” Freshwater Biology. Volume 64, No. 5, p. 926-932. (2019).

Tandler, T.; Gellman, E.; De La Cruz, D.; Ellerby, D.J. “Drag coefficient estimates from coasting bluegill sunfish Lepomis macrochirus.” Journal of Fish Biology. Volume 94, No. 3, p. 532-534. (2019).

Susan H. Ellison

Assistant Professor of Anthropology


Ellison, Susan Helen. “Ethnography in Uncertain Times.” Geopolitics. (2019).

Donald E. Elmore

Michael and Denise Kellen ’68 Chair in the Sciences

Professor of Chemistry


Overton, K.; Greer, H. M.; Ferguson, M. A.; Spain, E. M.; Elmore, D. E.; Núñez, M. E.; Volle, C. B. “Qualitative and Quantitative Changes to Escherichia coli during Treatment with Magainin 2 Observed in Native Conditions by Atomic Force Microscopy.” Langmuir. Volume 36, No. 2, p. 650-659. (2020).

Perez, C. P.; Elmore, D. E.; Radhakrishnan, M. L. “Computationally modeling electrostatic binding energetics in a crowded, dynamic environment: Physical insights from a peptide-DNA system.” Journal of Physical Chemistry B. Volume 123, No. 50, p. 10718-10734. (2019).

Buck, A. K.; Elmore, D. E.; Darling, L. E. O. “Using fluorescence microscopy to shed light on the mechanisms of antimicrobial peptides.” Future Medicinal Chemistry. Volume 11, p. 2445-2458. (2019).

Oscar E. Fernandez

Class of 1966 Associate Professor of Mathematics

Faculty Director, Pforzheimer Learning and Teaching Center


Fernandez, Oscar E. “Second Chance Grading: An Equitable, Meaningful, and Easy-to-Implement Grading System that Synergizes the Research on Testing for Learning, Mastery Grading, and Growth Mindsets”. Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies (PRIMUS). (2020).

Claire Fontijn

Phyllis Henderson Carey Professor of Music


Fontijn, Claire, ed. Uncovering Music of Early European Women (1250–1750). Routledge Studies in Musical Genres. New York and London: Routledge, 2020.

Fontijn, Claire and Boyd, Fiona. trans. Laurence Wuidar, “Secret Song and Music in the Visions of Hadewijch of Antwerp,” 2–19 in Uncovering Music of Early European Women (1250–1750).

Fontijn, Claire. “Representations of Weeping in the Laments of Barbara Strozzi,” 145–70 in Uncovering Music of Early European Women (1250–1750).

Richard G. French

Louise Sherwood McDowell and Sarah Frances Whiting Professor of Astrophysics

Professor of Astronomy


Schnider, P.J.; Flasar, M.F.; Maroud, E.A.; French, R.G.; Anabtawi, A.; Barbinis, E.; Fleishman, D.; Achterberg, R.K.“The structure of Titan’s atmosphere from Cassini radio occultations: One- and two-way occultations.” Icarus. Volume 345. (2020).

Jerousek, R.G.; Colwell, J.E.; Hedman, M.M.; French, R.G.; Marouf, E.A.; Esposito, L.W.; Nicholson, P.D. “Saturn’s C ring and Cassini division: Particle sizes from Cassini UVIS, VIMS, and RSS occultations.” Icarus. Volume 344. (2020).

French, R.G.; McGhee-French, C.A.; Nicholson, P.D.; Hedman, M.M.; Rappaport, N.J.; Marouf, E.A.; Longaretti, P.Y.; Hahn, J. “Unusual one-armed density waves in the Cassini Division of Saturn’s rings.” Icarus. Volume 339. (2020).

Meza, E.; French, R.G.; et al. “Lower atmosphere and pressure evolution on Pluto from ground-based stellar occultations, 1988-2016.” Astronomy and Astrophysics. Volume 625. (2019).

Alice T. Friedman

Grace Slack McNeil Professor of American Art; Professor of Art


Friedman, Alice T. “Max Ewing’s Closet and Queer Architectural History, Part One and Two.” Platform. (2019).

Friedman, Alice T. ““I Noticed His Attention was Fixed Upon My Clock”: Masculinity and the Queer Film Interior.” Interiors. Volume 10, No. 1, p. 85-102. (2019).

Friedman, Alice T. "Public Face and Private Space in the Design of Contemporary Houses." The Routledge Companion to Critical Approaches to Contemporary Architecture. P. 11-24. (2019).

Friedman, Alice T. “Rustic Modern Contemporary.” Harvard Design Magazine #47: The Inside Scoop. (2019).

Tracy R. Gleason

Professor of Psychology


Gleason, T.; Theran, S.; *Newberg, E. “Connections between adolescents’ parasocial interactions and recollections of childhood imaginative activities.” Imagination, Cognition, and Personality. Volume 39, No. 3, p. 241-260. (2020).

Gleason, T. R. and Narvaez, D. “Beyond resilience to thriving: Optimizing child wellbeing.” International Journal of Wellbeing. Volume 9, No. 4, p. 59-78. (2019).

* indicates undergraduate author

Sharon M.H. Gobes

Associate Professor of Neuroscience


Pagliaro, A.H.; Arya, P.; Piristine, H.C.; Lord, J.S.; Gobes, S.M.H. “Bilateral brain activity in auditory regions is necessary for successful vocal learning in songbirds.” Neuroscience Letters. Volume 718. (2020).

Pagliaro, A.H.; Arya, P.; Sharbaf, Y.; Gobes, S.M.H. “Hemispheric asymmetry of calbindin-positive neurons is associated with successful song imitation.” Brain Research. Volume 1732. (2020).

K.E. Goldschmitt

Assistant Professor of Music


Goldschmitt, K.E. and Vicente, Eduardo. “Popular Music and the Growth of Brazilian Culture Industries since 1945.” The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History. (2020).

Goldschmitt, K.E.; Galloway, K.; Harper, P. “Platforms, Labor, and Community in Online Listening.” American Music. Volume 38, No. 2. (2020).

Goldschmitt, K.E.; Galloway, K.; Harper, P. “Guest Editors’ Introduction.” American Music. Volume 38, No. 2, p. 125-130. (2020).

Goldschmitt, K.E. “The Long History of the 2017 Spotify ‘Fake Music’ Scandal.” American Music. Volume 38, No. 2, p. 131-152. (2020).

Octavio González

Assistant Professor of English


Gonzalez, Octavio. Misfit Modernism: Queer Forms of Double Exile in the Twentieth-Century Novel. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press. (2020).

Robert Goree

Assistant Professor of Japanese

east asian languages & cultures

Goree, Robert. Printing Landmarks: Popular Geography and Meisho Zue in Late Tokugawa Japan. Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center. (2020).

Goree, Robert. “The Culture of Travel in Edo Period Japan,” in Oxford Encyclopedia of Asian History. (In press).

John Goss

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

biological sciences

Goss, J.W. and Volle, C.B. 2020. “Using Atomic Force Microscopy to Illuminate the Biophysical Properties of Microbes.” ACS Applied Bio Materials. Volume 3, p. 143-155.

Nikki A. Greene

Assistant Professor of Art


Greene, N.A. “Thomas McKellar sous rature: John Singer Sargent’s Erasure of a Black Model.” Boston’s Apollo: Thomas McKeller and John Singer Sargent. Boston: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. P. 62-81. (2020).

Greene, N.A. “Identity.” Guggenheim Museum Collection, A to Z, 4th edition. (2019).

Jenny Grossman

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

wellesley centers for women

Grossman, J.M.; Nagar, A.; Charmaraman, L.; Richer, A.M. “A larger ecology of family sexuality communication: Extended family perspectives on relationships, sexual orientation, and positive aspects of sex.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Volume 17, No. 3, p. 1057. (2020).

Grossman, J. M.; Black, A. C.; Richer, A. M. “Combination of parent-child closeness and parent disapproval of teen sex predicts lower rates of sexual risk for offspring.” Journal of Family Issues. (2020).

Estrada-Martínez, L. M., Grossman, J. M., & Richer, A. M. “Sex behaviours and family sexuality communication among Hispanic adolescents.” Sex Education. (2020).

Nadya S. Hajj

Associate Professor of Peace and Justice Studies

peace studies

Hajj, N. “Let go and let Ali.” Stories from the field: a guide to navigating fieldwork in Political Science. New York City: Columbia University Press. (2020).

Galiani, S.; Hajj, N.; McEwan, P. J.; Ibarrarán, P.; Krishnaswamy, N. “Voter response to peak and end transfers: evidence from a conditional cash transfer experiment.” American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. Volume 11, p. 232-260. (2019).

Hajj, N., McEwan, P. J., & Turkington, R. “Women, information ecology and political protest in the Middle East.” Mediterranean Politics. Volume 24, p. 62-83. (2019).

Beth Ann Hennessey

Professor Emerita of Psychology


Hennessey, B.A.; Mueller, J.S.; Amabile, T.M. “Consensual assessment.”, Encyclopedia of creativity, 3rd edition. San Diego: Academic Press. Volume 1, p. 199-205. (2020).

Rosanna Hertz

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

women's and gender studies

Hertz, Rosanna. “Single Mothers as Bricoleurs: Crafting Embryos and Kin.” Journal of Family Issues. (2020).

Creef, E.T. and Hertz, R. “Teaching Women’s & Gender Studies: Teaching Tools for Life.” Persistence is Resistance: Celebrating 50 Years of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies. (2020).

Alison Hickey

Associate Professor of English


Hickey, A. and Yen, B.C. “The Excursion and Wordsworth’s Iconography.” The Review of English Studies. Volume 71, No. 299, p. 394–396. (2020).

Thomas P. Hodge

Professor of Russian


Hodge, Thomas P. Hunting in Nature: Ivan Turgenev and the Organic World. Cornell University Press. (2020).

Laura Ingallinella

Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Italian Studies and English

italian studies

Ingallinella, L. “Lo scrittoio volgare d’un agiografo umanista: il Catalogo de li santi del ms. Houghton, Typ. 142.” Studi di filologia offerti dagli allievi a Claudio Ciociola. P. 135-154. Pisa: Edizioni ETS. (2020).

Jeannine Johnson

Senior Lecturer in the Writing Program

writing program

Johnson, J.; Bauman, C.; Posciak, S. “Teaching the Whole Student: Integrating Wellness Education into the Academic Classroom.” Student Success. Volume 10, No. 3. (2019).

Jenny Olivia Johnson

Associate Professor of Music


Johnson, Jenny Olivia. “Musical Abjects: Sound and Objectionable Sexualities.” Oxford Handbook of Music and Queerness. (2020).

Johnson, J.O. and Cornelius Eady Trio. “Anthology (for Ahmaud Arbery).” (2020).

Johnson, J.O. and Cornelius Eady Trio. “The Knee (for George Floyd).” (2020).

Johnson, Jenny Olivia. “DIVE (Lucy’s Last Dance).” Davis Museum at Wellesley College. (2020).

Joseph P. Joyce

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


Joyce, Joseph P. “Are Economists Responsible for Income Inequality?” Society. Volume 57, No. 3. (2020).

Sari A. Kerr

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

wellesley centers for women

Kerr, S.A. and Kerr, W.R. “Immigrant Entrepreneurship in America: Evidence from the Survey of Business Owners 2007 & 2012.” Research Policy. Volume 49, No. 3. (2020).

Kerr, S.A.; Maczulskij, T.; Maliranta, M. “Within and Between Firm Trends in Job Polarization: Role of Globalization and Technology.” Journal of Economic Geography. Volume 20, No. 4. (2020).

Kerr, S.A.; Kerr, W.R.; Dalton, M. “Risk Attitudes and Personality Traits of Entrepreneurs and Venture Team Members” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Volume 116, No. 36. (2019).

Kerr, Sari A., Goldin, C., Olivetti, C. “Why Firms Offer Paid Parental Leave: An Exploratory Study,” National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper 26617,(2019).

Vanja Klepac-Ceraj

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

biological sciences

Hough, M.; McClure, A.*; Bolduc, B.; Dorrepaal, E.; Saleska, S, Klepac-Ceraj, V.; Rich, V. “Biotic and Environmental Drivers of Plant Microbiomes Across a Permafrost Thaw Gradient.” Front Microbiol. Volume 17, No. 11, p. 796. (2020).

Daye, M.; Klepac-Ceraj, V.; Pajusalu, M.; Rowland, S.*; Farrell-Sherman A.*; Beukes, N.; Tamura, N.; Fournier, G.; Bosak, T. “Light-driven anaerobic microbial oxidation of manganese.” Nature. Volume 576, No. 7786, p. 311-314. (2019).

* indicates Wellesley College student co-authors.

Yu Jin Ko

Professor of English


Ko, Yu Jin. “Intercultural Intermediality: The Unspoken Text in Intercultural Film Adaptations of Shakespeare.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern English Studies. Volume 30, No. 2, p. 81-110. (2020).

Jeong, Y. and Ko, Yu Jin Translation: In the Garden: Stories of Wonsook Kim’s Paintings, by Wonsook Kim. Illinois State University Press and Yon Art Printing, 2020.

Kathya Landeros

Assistant Professor of Art



Curated by Christian Viveros-Fauné, and organized by USFCAM. August 24-December 5, 2020

Host institution: University of South Florida, Contemporary Art Museum

The Magnetic West, the Enduring Allure of the American West (exhibition)

Organized by the Figge Art Museum, Magnetic West; The exhibition will appear at the Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, Iowa October 24, 2020 to January 17, 2021. A catalogue will be published in conjunction with the exhibition. Hosted by Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa

Stephen Langone

Senior Music Performance Faculty in Jazz-Rock-Latin Drums


Langone, Stephen. Advanced Rhythmic Concepts for the Modern Drummer, Volume 1: Subdivisions and Groupings. (2019).

Langone, Stephen. Advanced Rhythmic Concepts for the Modern Drummer, Volume 2: Quintuplets. (2019).

Langone, Stephen. Advanced Rhythmic Concepts for the Modern Drummer, Volume 3: Subdivisions and Groupings in ¾. (2019).

Michelle C. Lee

Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of French


Lee, Michelle C. “The Fantastic (as) Negligent Orientalism in Honoré de Balzac’s La Peau de chagrin.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Volume 48, No. 3, p. 225-239. (2020.)

Yoon Sun Lee

Professor of English


Lee, Yoon. “Finitude, Frames, and the Plot of Frankenstein.Frankenstein in Theory: A Critical Anatomy. P. 117-29. Bloomsbury. (In press).

Lee, Yoon. “Adding versus Arguing: Narratology and Taxonomy.” PMLA. Volume 135, No. 5, p. 1-12. (2020).

Lee, Yoon. “Beats Go On.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction. Volume 53, No. 2, p. 303-308. (2020).

Mary R. Lefkowitz

Professor Emerita of Classical Studies

classical studies

Lefkowitz, M.R. “The ‘Wooden’ Horse on the Athenian Acropolis.” Hesperia. Volume 89, No. 3, p. 581–591.(2020)

Ada Lerner

Assistant Professor of Computer Science


Lerner, A.; He, H. Y.; Kawakami, A.; Zeamer, S.C.; Hoyle, R. “Privacy and Activism in the Transgender Community.” ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing System. Honolulu, Hawai’i. (2020).

Peggy Levitt

Luella LaMer Slaner Professor in Latin American Studies; Professor of Sociology


Levitt, Peggy and Gray, Breda. “Religious Transnational Social Protection: Expanding the Conversation.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. (2020).

Levitt, Peggy. “Explaining Variations in Scale-Shifting: The Role of Spatiality, Topography, and Infrastructure in Global Literary Fields.” Poetics. (2020).

Levitt, P. and Rutherford, M. “Beyond the West: Barriers to Globalizing Art History.” Art History Pedagogy and Practice. Volume 4, No. 1. (2019).

Levitt, Peggy. “Should Museums in Boston, Beirut, and Bangkok All Look Alike?” Reflections on the Global Museum Assemblage. P. 32-51. (2020).

Levitt, Peggy. “Words that Make Worlds” When Home Won’t Let You Stay: Migration Through Contemporary Art. Boston, Mass: Institute of Contemporary Art/Yale University Press, pp. ICA, Boston/Yale University Press. P. 212-219. (2019).

Kathryn L. Lynch

Katharine Lee Bates and Sophie Chantal Hart Professor of English


Lynch, Kathryn. “‘The Man within the Breast’ and the Kingdom of Apollo.” Society. Volume 56, No. 6, p. 550-54. (2019).

Lynch, Kathryn. “Review of John Bugbee, God’s Patients: Chaucer, Agency, and the Nature of Laws.” Studies in the Age of Chaucer. Volume 41, p. 345-49.

Frances Malino

Sophia Moses Robison Professor Emerita of Jewish Studies and History


Malino, Frances. “Oriental, Feminist, Orientaist: The New Jewish Woman and the Alliance Israélite Universelle.” Jewish Woman in Historical Perspective. Ed. Federica Francesconi and Rebecca Winer. Wayne State University Press.

Stephen Anthony Marini

Elisabeth Luce Moore Professor of Christian Studies; Professor of Religion


Marini, Stephen A. The Cashaway Psalmody: Transatlantic Religion and Music in Colonial Carolina (Music in American Life). Urbana, Chicago, and Springfield: University of Illinois Press. (2020).

Nancy L. Marshall

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women; Adjunct Associate Professor Emerita of Women’s and Gender Studies

wellesley centers for women

Marshall, N.L.; Robeson, W.W.; Roberts. J. “Integrating Intervention Approaches: Development and Initial Testing of an Early Childhood Education Intervention.” Journal of Applied Social Sciences. (2020).

Catherine Masson

Professor of French


Masson, Catherine. “La comédie de la mise en scène de soi et des autres : comique et humour dans Histoire de ma vie », George Sand Comique, dir. Olivier Bara et François Kelouégan, UGA éditions, Universíté de Grenoble, p. 105-117 (2020).

Erich Hatala Matthes

Associate Professor of Philosophy


Matthes, Erich Hatala. “Portraits of the Landscape.” Portraits and Philosophy. Ed. Hans Maes. Routledge. (2020).

Matthes, Erich Hatala. “Environmental Heritage and the Ruins of the Future.” Philosophical Perspectives on Ruins, Monuments, and Memorials. Ed. Carolyn Korsmeyer, Jeanette Bicknell, and Jennifer Judkins. Routledge. (2019).

Jaclyn Hatala Matthes

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

biological sciences

Paradiso, E. ’20; Jevon, F. V.; Matthes, J. H.. “Fine root respiration is more strongly correlated with an acquisition-conservation trade-off than tree species identity.” Ecosphere 10(11):e02944. (2019).

Lang, A. K.; Jevon, F.; Ayres, M.; Matthes J. H. “Higher soil respiration under arbuscular mycorrhizal trees in a hardwood northeastern forest is driven by associated soil properties”. Ecosystems (2019).

Russell, S. J. ’17; Vines, C. D.; Bohrer, G.; Johnson, D. R.; Villa, J. A.; Heltzel, R.; Rey-Sanchez, C.; Matthes, J. H.. Quantifying CH4 concentration spikes above baseline and attributing CH4 sources to hydraulic fracturing activities by continuous monitoring at an off-site tower, Atmospheric Environment 228: 117452 (2020).

Peter Mawhorter

Instructor in Computer Science Laboratory

computer sciencec

Mawhorter, P.; Yan, Sarah. “Twitter Sentiment Analysis: Fan Engagement in Esports Matches”. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Web Based Communities and Social Media, (2020).

Kim Katris McLeod

Professor of Astronomy


Rodriguez, Joseph E.; McLeod, K.K.; et al. “KELT-24b: A 5M J Planet on a 5.6 day Well-aligned Orbit around the Young V = 8.3 F-star HD 93148.” Astronomical Journal. (2019).

Rodriguez, Martinez, Romy, McLeod, K.K.; et al. “KELT-25b and KELT-26b: A Hot Jupiter and a Substellar Companion Transiting Young A-stars Observed by TESS.” Astronomical Journal. (In press).

P. Takis Metaxas

Professor of Computer Science

computer science

Metaxas, Panagiotis, “The infamous #Pizzagate conspiracy theory”. Journal of Technology Science. 2019121802,(2019) [MF19]

Metaxas, Panagiotis, “Poles Apart - Measuring Social Media Polarization in the Brexit Political Context” APSA19, Washington, DC (2019) [KDKM19]

Metaxas, Panagiotis, “Technology, Propaganda, and the Limits of the Human Intellect”, in “Fake News: Understanding Media and Misinformation in the Digital Age”, edited by Melissa Zimdars and Kembrew McLeod, MIT Press (2020) [M20]

Katrin Monecke

Associate Professor of Geosciences


Monecke, K. “Erosional signatures and reorganization in ridge-and-swale sequences” . In: Engel, Geological Records of Tsunamis and Other Extreme Waves. Elsevier, Pages 471-489. M., Pilarczyk, J., May, S.M., Brill, D., and Garrett, E. (Eds).:ISBN9780128156865. (2020).

Marianne V. Moore

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

environmental studies

Ozersky, T.; Nakov, T.; Hampton, S.E.; Rodenhouse, N.L; .Shchapov, K.; Woo, K.H.; Wright, *K. ; Pislegina, E.V. ; Izmest’eva, L.R. ; Silow,E.A.; Timofeyev, M.A; Moore, M.V. “Hot and sick? Impacts of warming and a parasite on the dominant zooplankter of Lake Baikal.” Limnology and Oceanography 65:11550. (2020)

**Vadeboncoeur, V.M.,**Moore, M.V.; Chandra,S.; Stewart, S.D.. “Littoral greening of clear lakes: The mystery of benthic filamentous algal blooms.” Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 29:57-58. (2020)

Moore, M.V. and Yamamuro, Masumi. “Celebrating limnology in Siberia: Commemorating the 90th anniversary of the Limnological Institute in Irkutsk, Russia”. Limnology 21:1-2. (2020)

Jacqueline Marie Musacchio

Professor of Art


Musacchio, J.M. “Jane M. Healey Jackson, a Sculptor’s Wife Abroad”, in Florence, Berlin & Beyond: Late Nineteenth Century Art Markets and their Social Networks” Lynn Catterson, ed. Boston: Brill, 367-420. (2020).

Musacchio, J.M.; Cameron, J. “Sarah Frances Whiting and the ‘Photography of the Invisible’.” Physics Today 73, n. 8): 26-32 (August 2020).

Musacchio, J.M.; Clements, J.: Podcast “Anne Whitney and the Marmorean Flock,”

U.S. Capitol series “Shaping History: Women in Capitol Art” (May 2020)

Eni Mustafaraj

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

computer science

Mustafaraj, Eni; Lurie, Emma ’19; Devine, Claire ’21. “The case for voter-centered audits of search engines during political elections.” Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAT* ’20). Association for Computing Machinery,

New York, NY, USA, 559–569. (2020).

Mustafaraj, Eni; Kawakami, Anna ’21: Umarova ,Khonzoda ’20; Huang, Dongchen ’19. “The ‘Fairness Doctrine’ lives on? Theorizing about the Algorithmic News Curation of Google’s Top Stories.” Proceedings of the 31st ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media (HT ’20).

Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 59–68. (2020).

Mustafaraj, Eni; Kawakami, Anna ’21; Umarova, Khonzodakhon ’20. “The Media Coverage of the 2020 US Presidential Election Candidates through the Lens of Google’s Top Stories.”Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, vol. 14, pp. 868-877. (2020).

Jennifer Lynne Musto

Associate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies

women's and gender studies

Musto, Jennifer Lynne, “The Limits and Possibilities of Data-Driven Anti-Trafficking Efforts.” Georgia State University Law Review. 36.(2020).

Musto, J.L.; Thakor, M. “Technology, Anti-Trafficking, and Speculative Futures.”

Anti-Trafficking Review. (2020).

Musto, J.L.; Thakor, M.; Gerasimov, B. “Between Hope and Hype: Critical Evaluations of Technology’s Role in Anti-Trafficking.” Anti-Trafficking Review. 2020.

Musto, J.L; Hoefinger, H.; Maciotti, P.G.; Fehrenbacher, Anne ; Mai, Nicola; Bennachie, Calum; Giametta, Calogero . “Community-Based Responses to Negative Health Impacts of Sexual Humanitarian Anti-Trafficking Policies and theCriminalization of Sex Work and Migration in the US.” Social Sciences. 2020.

Musto, J.L.; Fehrenbacher, A.; Hoefinger, H; Mai, N. “Transgender People and Human Trafficking: Intersectional Exclusion of Transgender Migrants and People of Color from Anti-Trafficking Protection in the United States.” Journal of Human Trafficking. (2020).

Julie K. Norem

Margaret Hamm Professor of Psychology


Cheek, N. N. & Norem, J. K. “Are Big Five traits and facets associated with anchoring susceptibility?” Social Psychological and Personality Science, 11, 26-35. (2020).

Megan E. Núñez

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

Professor of Chemistry

Dean of Faculty Affairs


McCauley, M.; Rouzina, I.; Li, J.*; Núñez, M.E.; Williams, M.C. “Significant Differences in RNA Structure Destabilization by HIV-1 GagDp6 and NCp7 Proteins”, Viruses 15, 484-503. (PMCID: PMC729059) (2020).

Overton, K.*; Greer, H.M.,*; Ferguson, M.A.; Spain, E.M.; Elmore, D.E.; Núñez, M.E.; Volle, C.B. “Qualitative and Quantitative Changes to Escherichia coli during Treatment with Magainin 2 Observed in Native Conditions by Atomic Force Microscopy”, Langmuir 36, 650-659. (2019).

* indicates undergraduate author

Liza Oliver

Diana Chapman Walsh Assistant Professor of Art


Oliver, Liza. Art, Trade, and Imperialism in Early Modern French India. Amsterdam University Press (2019).

Oliver, Liza. “To the Heavens and Back: Exploration and Enlightenment,Etc”.: The Magazine of the Redwood Library and Athenæum: 2-6. (Winter 2019).

Alejandra B. Osorio

Associate Professor of History


Osorio, Alejandra B. “The Copy as Original: A Critique of the Colonial Hybrid from the Spanish Habsburg Political Culture of the Presence of the Absent.” Renaissance Studies (UK), September, vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 704-721; (2020).

Osorio, Alejandra B. “Ceremonial y proyección del poder monárquico en el imperio de los Austrias españoles en tiempos de Felipe III.” In Bernardo García García and Ángel Rodríguez Rebollo, eds. Apariencia y razón en el reinado de Felipe III. Las artes y la arquitectura al servicio de un nuevo gusto. Madrid: Ediciones Doce Calles, pp. 369-394.(2020).

Liz Owen

Instructor in Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics

pera admin

Owen, L.; Lebowitz Rossi, H. The Yoga Effect: A Proven Program for Depression and Anxiety,. Da Capo/Lifelong, (December 2019).

Sergio Parussa

Sergio Parussa

Professor of Italian Studies

italian studies

Parussa, S. “Lo scrittoio di Giorgio Bassani: Note preliminari sulla genesi de Il giardino dei Finzi-Contini,” in Cento anni di Giorgio Bassani 1916-2016, eds. Giulio Ferroni and Clizia Gurreri, Rome: Edizioni di storia e letteratura,289-307 (2019).

Parussa, S. “La metamorfosi del tempo: Archivio e intertestualità nella genesi de Il Giardino dei Finzi-Contini,” in Luogi dello spirito, luoghi della scrittura: Giorgio Bassani a Ferrara, Firenze, Roma, Portia Prebys and Stefano U. Baldassarri, eds., Florence: Le Lettere, 139-163 (2020).

Parussa, S. “Il lume dorato dell’appartenenza: L’alba ai vetri di Giorgio Bassani,” in Dal particolare all’universale: I libri di poesia di Giorgio Bassani, Valerio Cappozzo, ed., Ravenna: Giorgio Pozzi, 37-66 (2020).

Parussa, S. “Per un’edizione scolastica e commentata de Il giardino dei Finzi-Contini,” in La carta e la tela. Arti e commento in Giorgio Bassani, Flavia Erbosi and Gaia Litrico, eds., Ravenna: Giorgio Pozzi, 135-158 (2020).

Cassandra Pattanayak

Jack and Sandra Polk Guthman ’65 Director, Quantitative Analysis Institute

Lecturer in Quantitative Reasoning and Mathematics

quantitive reasoning

Loeb, K. L.; Weissman, R. S.; Marcus, S.; Pattanayak, C.; Hail, L.; Kung, K. C.*; Schron, D.*, et al. “Family-based treatment for anorexia nervosa symptoms in high-risk youth: A partially randomized preference design study.” Frontiers in Psychiatry, 10, 985.

*indicates undergraduate author

Jennie E. Pyers

Professor of Psychology


Richardson, H.; Koster-Hale, J.; Caselli, N.; *Magid, R.; Benedict, R.; Olson, H.; Pyers, J.; Saxe, R. “Reduced neural selectivity for mental states in deaf children with delayed exposure to sign language”. Nature Communications, 11(1), 1-13. (2020).

Caselli, N.; Lieberman, A.; Pyers., J. “The ASL-CDI 2.0: An updated, normed adaptation of the MacArthur Bates Communicative Development Inventory for American Sign Language”. Behavioral Research Methods, 1-14. (2020).

Caselli, N. K., and Pyers, J. E. “Degree and not type of iconicity affects sign language vocabulary acquisition”. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 46(1), 127–139. (2020).

Gagne, D.; Goico, S.; Pyers, J.; Coppola, M. “False belief understanding requires language experience, but its precursor abilities do not”. Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, M. Brown and B. Dailey (Eds.). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. (2019).

*indicates undergraduate author

Ginny Quinan

Senior Instructor in Neuroscience Laboratory


Bauer, Debora; Dugar, Anushree ’18; Quinan, Ginny. “Long Term Potentiation in Mouse Hippocampal Slices in an Undergraduate Laboratory CourseJournal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education (JUNE), (2019).

Mala L. Radhakrishnan

Associate Professor of Chemistry


Perez, C.P.; Elmore, D.E.; Radhakrishnan, M.L. “Computationally modeling electrostatic binding energetics in a crowded, dynamic environment: Physical insights from a peptide-DNA system.” J. Phys. Chem. B, 123:10718-10734 (2019).

Carlos Ramos

Professor of Spanish


Ramos, Carlos. “La poesía del alba: entre el deseo y la alienación” Scriptura, nº 27: 11-16. (2019).

Susan M. Reverby

Marion Butler McLean Emerita Professor in the History of Ideas

Professor Emerita of Women’s and Gender Studies

women's and gender studies

Reverby, Susan M. Co-Conspirator for Justice: The Revolutionary Life of Dr. Alan Berkman (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. (2020).

Reverby, Susan M. “Compensation and Reparations for Victims and Bystanders of the U.S. Public Health Service Research Studies in Tuskegee and Guatemala: Who do We Owe What? Bioethics 2020;00 1-6 online (June 2020), journal (September 2020).

Hammonds, Evelynn M.; Reverby, Susan M. “Toward a Historically Informed Analysis of Racial Health Disparities Since 1619,” American Journal of Public Health,” online (September 2019), journal (October 2019).

Hammonds, Evelynn M.; Reverby, Susan M. “Economic Reforms Might be the Best Health-Care Reforms: The Long Tie between Racial Disparities in Health Care and Economic Inequality,” Made by History: Washington Post, August 3, 2020. 

Reverby, Susan M. “‘Brother Doc,’ A Co-Conspirator for Justice,”Public Seminar, July 30, 2020.

Reverby, Susan M. “Now do you Know Someone Sick or Dying from COVID?” Medium, July 16, 2020.

Reverby, Susan M. “What’s Worse than a Doctor Getting Cancer in Prison: Try COVID,” KevinMD, May 31, 2020. 

Reverby, Susan M. “‘Liberate’ yourself to be a COVID-19 Vaccine Volunteer,” Medium, April 26, 2020.

Reverby, Susan M. “Prisons and public health: Gov. Cuomo must let out thousands or many will die,” New York Daily News, March 27, 2020. 

Wilbur C. Rich

William R. Kenan Jr. Professor Emeritus of Political Science

political science

Rich, Wilbur C. The Transformative City: Charlotte’s Takeoffs and Landings. University of Georgia Press. (2020).

Petra R. Rivera-Rideau

Assistant Professor of American Studies

american studies

Rivera-Rideau, Petra R. “Reinventing Enrique Iglesias: Constructing Latino Whiteness in the Latin Urban Scene.” Latino Studies, 17.4:467-483. (December 2019).

Rivera-Rideau, Petra R. “What J-Lo and Shakira Missed in their Super Bowl Halftime Show.” The Washington Post. February 4, 2020.

Rebecca Selden

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

biological sciences

Pinksy, ML; Finchel, E.; Fogarty, M.; Levin, S.; McCay, B.; St. Martin, K.; Seldon, RL; Young, T. “Fish and fisheries in hot water: What is happening and how do we adapt?Population Ecology (2020).

Fredston-Hermann, A.; Selden, R.; Pinsky, M.; Gaines, SD; Halpern, BS. “Cold range edges of marine fishes track climate change better than warm edges”. Global Change Biology (2020).

Selden, RL; Thorson, JT; Sambouri, JF; Brodie, S; Carroll, G; Bograd, S; Hazen, E; Haltuch, M; Holsman, K; Pinsky, M; Tolimieri, N; Willis-Norton, E. “Coupled changes in biomass and distribution drive trends in availability of fish stocks to US West Coast ports”. ICES Journal of Marine Science 77: 188-199 (2020).

Pinsky, ML; Selden, RL; Kithel, ZJ. “Climate-driven shifts in marine species ranges: scaling from organisms to communities”. Annual Review of Marine Science 12: 153-179 (2020).

Brodie, SJ; Thorson, JT; Carroll, G.; Hazen, EL; Bograd, S; Haltuch, MA; Holsman, KK; Kotwicki, S; Kotwicki, JF; Samhouri, E; Willis-Norton; Selden, RL. “Trade-offs in covariate selection for species distribution models: a methodological comparison”. Ecography 42: 1-14. (2019).

Selden, RL; Pinsky, ML. “Climate change adaptation and spatial fisheries management”. Predicting Future Oceans (Y Ota and WWL Cheung editors). Elsevier/Academic Press, Philadelphia, PA (2019).

Friedland, KD; Langan, JA; Large, SI: Selden, RL; Link, JS; Watson, RA; Collie, JS. “Changes in higher trophic level productivity, diversity and niche space in rapidly warming continental shelf ecosystem”. Science of the Total Environment 704: 135270. (2019).

Fey, SB; Vasseur, DA; Alujevic, K; Kroeker, KJ; Logan, ML; DeLong, JP; O’Connor, MI; Peacor, S; Rudolf, VHW; Selden, RL; Sih, A; Clusella-Trullas, S. Opportunities for behavioral rescue under rapid environmental change. Global Change Biology 25: 3110-3210. (2019).

Carroll, GC; Holsman, KK; Brodie, S; Thorson, JT; Hazen, EL; Bograd, SJ; Haltuch, MA; Kotwicki, S; Samhouri, J; Spencer, P; Willis-Norton, E; Selden, RL. “A review of methods for quantifying spatial predator-prey overlap”. Global Ecology and Biogeography 28: 1561-1577. (2019).

Inela Selimović

Associate Professor of Spanish


Jorge González del Pozo/Inela Selimović, Eds. Inusuales: hogar, sexualidad y política en el cine hispano. Madrid: Iberoamericana Vervuert, 2020.

“Introduction.” Inusuales: hogar, sexualidad y política en el cine hispano, eds. Jorge González del Pozo/Inela Selimović. Madrid: Iberoamericana Vervuert, 2020. 13-36.

El niño pez de Lucía Puenzo: intimidades en flujo, habitar afectivo.” Inusuales: hogar, sexualidad y política en el cine hispano, eds. Jorge González del Pozo/Inela Selimović. Madrid: Iberoamericana Vervuert, 39-62. (2020).

“Unorthodox Homes in Pablo Trapero’s Leonera (2008) and El clan (2015): Shattered Lives, Political Selves.” Chasqui 48. 2: 34-52. (2019).

Orit Shaer

Associate Professor of Computer Science

computer science

Konkel, M.; Ullmer, B.; Shaer, O.; Mazalek, A.; Branton, C.. “Toward tangibles and display-rich interfaces for co-located and distributed genomics collaborations”. Pers Ubiquit Comput. (2020).

Strawhacker, A.; Verish, C.; Shaer, O.; Bers, M.U. “Young Children’s Learning of Bioengineering with CRISPEE: A Developmentally Appropriate Tangible User Interface”. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 1-21. (2020).

Tzovaras, B. G.; Angrist, M.; Arvai, K.; Dulaney, M.; Estrada-Galinanes, V.; Gunderson, B.; Head, T.; Lewis, D.; Shaer, O.; Nov, O.; Shaer, A.; Tzovara, J.; Bobe, M.; Ball, P.

“Open Humans: A platform for participant-centered research and personal data exploration”, GigaScience (2019).

Otiono, J; Olaosebikan, M.; Shaer, O.; Nov, O; Ball, M.. “Understanding Users Information Needs and Collaborative Sensemaking of Microbiome Data”. Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact. 3, CSCW. (2019).

Girouard, A.; Shaer, O.; Solovey, E.; Poor, M.; Jacob, R.J.K, “The Reality of Reality-Based Interaction: Understanding the Impact of a Framework as a Research Tool”. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, (2019).

Konkel, M.K.; Ullmer, B.; Shaer, O.; Mazalek, A.. “Envisioning tangibles and display-rich interfaces for co-located and distributed genomics collaborations”. Proceedings of the 8th ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (PerDis ’19). ACM, New York, NY, USA. (2019).

Ramkumar, N.; Fereydooni, N.; Shaer, O.; Kun, A. “Visual Behavior During Engagement with Tangible and Virtual Representations of Archeological Artifacts”. ACM Symposium on Pervasive Displays (2019).

Gauri Kartini Shastry

Associate Professor of Economics


Berry, James; Mehta, Saurabh; Mukherjee, Priya; Ruebeck, Hannah; Shastry, Gauri Kartini. “Implementation and effects of India’s national school-based iron.Journal of Development Economics. (2019).

Shastry, Gauri Kartini; Shurchkov, Olga; Xia, Lingjun Lotus. “Luck or Skill: How women and men react to noisy feedback. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, volume 88. (October, 2020).

Olga Shurchkov

Associate Professor of Economics


Shastry, Gauri Kartini; Shurchkov, Olga; Xia, Lingjun Lotus. “Luck or Skill: How women and men react to noisy feedback.”Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, volume 88. (October, 2020).

Daniel Sichel

Professor of Economics


Sichel, Dan and von Hippel, Eric, “Household Innovation and R&D: Bigger Than You Think”, Review of Income and Wealth, (forthcoming), available as NBER working paper No. 25599.

Sichel, Dan.“Beyond GDP: Why and How?Survey of Current Business, (June, 2020).

Sichel, Dan. “How do Economic Crises End,” EconoFact, March 23, 2020, and EconoFact Chats podcast, June 11, 2020.

Sichel, Dan.“The US economy produced about $21.7 trillion in goods and services in 2019 – but what does GDP really mean?” The Conversation, January 30, 2020. Abridged version reprinted in the Boston Globe, February 9, 2020.

Sichel, Dan. “Why is Inflation So Low,” EconoFact, October 8, 2019 and video on December 18, 2019.

Quinn Slobodian

Associate Professor of History


Slobodian, Quinn; Plehwe, Dieter, and Philip Mirowski, eds. Nine Lives of Neoliberalism. New York: Verso, 2020.

Slobodian, Quinn. “Anti-68ers and the Racist-Libertarian Alliance: How a Schism among Austrian School Neoliberals Helped Spawn the Alt Right,” Cultural Politics, Vol. 15, No. 3, 372-386. (2019).

Slobodian, Quinn and Plehwe, Dieter. “Landscapes of Unrest: Herbert Giersch and the Origins of Neoliberal Economic Geography,” Modern Intellectual History, Vol. 16, No. 1: 185-215 (April 2019)/

Slobodian, Quinn. “New Histories of Capitalism: A Comment” Australian Historical Studies 50, no. 4: 522-526. (2019).

Slobodian, Quinn. “Perfect Capitalism, Imperfect Humans: Race, Migration, and the Limits of Ludwig von Mises’s Globalism,” Contemporary European History, Vol. 28, No. 2: 143-155. (2019).

Mingwei Song

Associate Professor of Chinese

east asian languages & cultures

Song, Mingwei, New Wave of Chinese Science Fiction: History, Poetics, Text 中國科幻新浪潮:歷史,詩學,文本. Shanghai: Shanghai Literature & Arts Publishing House. (2020).

Rachel H.R. Stanley

Associate Professor of Chemistry


Manning, C. C.; Stanley, R. H. R.; Nicholson, D. P.; Loose, B.; Lovely, A.; Schlosser, P.; and Hatcher, B. G. “Changes in gross oxygen production, net oxygen production, and air-water gas exchange during seasonal ice melt in Whycocomagh Bay, a Canadian estuary in the Bras d’Or Lake system”. Biogeosciences, 16(17), 3351-3376. (2019).

Howard, E. M.; Spivak, A. C.; Karolewski, J.S.; Gosselin, K. M.; Sandwith, Z. O.; Manning, C. C.; and Stanley, R. H. R. “Oxygen and Triple Oxygen Isotope Measurements Provide Different Insights into Gross Oxygen Production in a Shallow Salt Marsh Pond,” Estuaries and Coasts.

Nan D. Stein

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women

wellesley centers for women

Stein, Nan D., co-author. “Do schools normalise sexual harassment? An analysis of a legal case regarding sexual harassment in a Swedish high school”, Gender and Education, (2019).

Yui Suzuki

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

biological sciences

Suzuki, Y.; Garvey, SL*; Wang, VR*; and Yanes, KO*. “Evolution and regulation of limb regeneration in the arthropods”. Evo-Devo: Non-model Species in Cell and Developmental Biology. Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation. Tworzydlo, W.; Bilinski S. (eds), 68:419-454 (2019).

Sarwar. PF*; McDonald, IR*; Wang, VR*; Suzuki, Y. “The POU factor Ventral veins lacking regulates ecdysone and juvenile hormone biosynthesis during development and reproduction of the milkweed bug, Oncopeltus fasciatus”. Developmental Biology 459: 181-193 (2020).

Xu, LC*; Nunes, C; Wang, VR*; Saito, A*; Chen, T*; Basak, P*; Chang, JJ; Koyama, T; Suzuki, Y. “Distinct nutritional and endocrine regulation of prothoracic gland activities underlies divergent life history strategies in Manduca sexta and Drosophila melanogaster”. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 119: 103335 (2020).

Suzuki, Y; McKena, KZ; and Nijhout, HF., “Regulation of phenotypic plasticity from the perspective of evolutionary developmental biology”. Phenotypic Switching Implications in Biology and Medicine. Levine H, Jolly MK, Kulkarni P and Nanjundiah V. (eds) pp. 403-442 (2020).

(* denotes Wellesley students):

Zsuzsanna Szegedi

Visiting Lecturer in Art


Szegedi, Zsuzsanna and Afra, Janos. Productive Misreadings [Termékeny félreértés], New Alföld Books, Debrecen, ISBN: 9789639946125 (Feb.2020).

Serhan Tanriverdi

Freedom Project Postdoctoral Fellow

freedom project

Tanriverdi, Serhan, “Reformist Muslims in Contemporary America.”, Oxford Bibliographies. New York: Oxford University Press. (2020).

Tanriverdi, Serhan. “Democracy and Islamic Reform.”, Oxford Handbook on Islamic Reform, edited by Emad Hamdeh and Natana DeLong-Bas. New York: Oxford University Press. (forthcoming)

Tanriverdi, Serhan, “Islam, Authoritarianism, and Underdevelopment: A Global and Historical Comparison” by Ahmet T. Kuru, Turkish Studies. (2020).

Shingirai Taodzera

Freedom Project Postdoctoral Fellow

freedom project

Taodzera, S.,“A Natural Resource Boon or Impending Doom in East Africa? Political Settlements and Governance Dynamics in Uganda’s Oil Sector”, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Canada’s Role in Africa’s Extractive Sectors, Nathan Andrews and J. Andrew Grant, eds.,University of Toronto Press (UTP), Toronto. (2020)

Marc Tetel

Dorothy and Charles Jenkins, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience


*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, 1-14, (2020).

Acharya, K.D.; *Gao, X.; Bless, E.P.; Chen, J.; and Tetel, M.J. “Estradiol and high fat diet associated with changes in gut microbiota in female ob/ob mice”. Scientific Reports, 9, 1-13, (2019).

Margaret D. Thompson

Professor Emerita of Geosciences


Van Staal, C.R.; Barr, S.M.; McCausland, P.J.A.; Thompson, M.D,; and White, C.E., “Tonian-Ediacaran tectonomagmatic evolution of West Avalonia and its Ediacaran-Early Cambrian interactions with Ganderia: An example of complex terrane transfer due to arc-arc collision?Geological Society of London Special Publication (2020).

Thompson, M.D., and Crowley, J.L., “Avalonian arc-to-platform transition in southeastern new England: U-Pb geochronology and stratigraphy of Ediacaran Cambridge ‘argillite’”, Boston Basin, Massachusetts, USA: American Journal of Science, v. 320, p. 405-449.


Ann Trenk

Lewis Atterbury Stimson Professor in Mathematics


Trenk, Ann; Boyadzhiyska ’16; and Isaak G., “Interval orders with two interval lengths”. Discrete Applied Math., Vol. 267, 52-63 (2019).

Franklyn A. Turbak

Associate Professor of Computer Science

computer science

Patton, Evan W. ; Seo, Audrey; and Turbak, Franklyn. “Enhancing Abstraction in App Inventor with Generic Event Handlers”. Proceedings of the 2019 IEEE Blocks and Beyond Workshop. Memphis, TN. Pp. 63-71.(Oct. 2019)

Sherman, Mark and Turbak, Franklyn (proceedings editors and workshop co-chairs). Proceedings of the 2019 IEEE Blocks and Beyond Workshop. Memphis, TN. (Oct. 2019).

Natali Valdez

Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies

women's and gender studies

Valdez, Natali, “The Improvisation of Race: classification and clinical trialsMedical Anthropology. Vol 38 (8): 638-655. (2019).

Valdez, Natali, and Deomampo, Daisy . “Introduction: Race, Racism, and ReproductionMedical Anthropology. Vol 38 (7):551-559. (2019).

Warin, Megan, and Valdez, Natali. “#My(White)BodyMyChoice” in special online project: Living and Thinking Crisis by Thesis Eleven: critical theory and historical sociology journal. (July, 2020).

Valdez, Natali. “Reproducing Whiteness: Race, Food, and Epigenetics.” American Anthropologist 122, no. 3: 668–69. (September, 2020)

Valdez, Natali; Burnett, Diana; Carney, Megan A.;, Carruth, Lauren;, Chard, Sarah; Dickinson, Maggie; Gálvez, Alyshia; Garth, Hanna, et al. “Anthropologists Respond to The Lancet EAT Commission.Bionatura 5, no. 1: 1023–24. (February, 2020).

Lynne S. Viti

Senior Lecturer Emerita in the Writing Program

writing program

Viti, Lynne S. Going Too Fast: Stories. Finishing Line Press (2020).

Viti, Lynne S. Dancing at Lake Montebello. Apprentice House Press of Loyola University Maryland (2020).

Ismar Volić

Professor of Mathematics


Volić, I.; Schreiner, B.; Šarčević, F. “Low stages of the Taylor tower for r-immersions”. Involve, 13 no. 1, 51-75. (2020).

Volić, I.; Koytcheff, R. “Milnor invariants of string links, trivalent trees, and configuration space integrals”. Topol. Appl., 25, 47-69. (2019).

Sarah Wall-Randell

Associate Professor of English


Wall-Randell, Sarah. “The State of the Art: Tamburlaine since 2000.” Tamburlaine: A Critical Reader (Arden Early Modern Drama Guides). Ed. David McInnis, Bloomsbury Press. (2020).

Wall-Randell, Sarah. “‘All by her directing’: Mary Sidney Herbert’s Arcadia.” Women’s Labour and the History of the Book in Early Modern England. Wayne: Bloomsbury Press. (2020).

Wall-Randell, Sarah. “What is a Staged Book? Documents as Actors in the Early Modern Theatre.” Rethinking Theatrical Documents. Ed. Tiffany Stern, Bloomsbury Press. (2019).

Wall-Randell, Sarah. “Romance and Early Modern Cultures of the Book.” Gathering Force: British Literature in Transition 1557-1623. Ed. Kristin Poole and Lauren Shohet, Cambridge University Press. (2019).

Holly Walters

Visiting Lecturer in Anthropology


Walters, Holly. Shaligram Pilgrimage in the Nepal Himalayas. Amsterdam University Press. (2020).

Walters, Holly and Gould, Hannah. “Bad Buddhists, Good Robots: Techno-Salvationist Designs for Nirvana.” Journal of Global Buddhism, Special Issue on Bad Buddhism. (December 2020).

Walters, Holly. “The Things We Believe: Feminism and Anthropology in the #MeToo Era.” Feminist Anthropology. Volume 1, No. 4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. April 2020.

Qing (Wendy) Wang

Associate Professor of Mathematics


Wang, Qing. “Multivariate Kernel Smoothing and Its Applications.” Journal of the American Statistical Association. Volume 115, No. 529, p. 486. (2020).

David M. Ward

Professor of Italian Studies

italian studies

Ward, David M. “Review of Salvatore Di Maria, Towards a unified Italy: historical, cultural, and literary perspectives on the southern question.” Journal of Modern Italian Studies. Volume 26, p. 3. (2020).

Ellen Widmer

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

east asian languages & cultures

Widmer, Ellen. Fiction’s Family: Zhan Xi, Zhan Kai, and the Business of Women in Late-Qing China. Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press. (2020). New translation.

Michael Wiest

Associate Professor of Neuroscience


Nanda, P.; Morris, A.; Kelemen, J.; Yang, J.; Wiest, M.C. “Evoked Frontal and Parietal Field Potential Signatures of Target Detection and Response Inhibition in Rats Performing an Equiprobable Auditory Go/No-Go Task.” eNeuro. Volume 7, No. 1, p. 1-18. (2020).

Ju, P.; Volic, I.; Wiest, M.C. “Detecting functional states of the rat brain with topological data analysis. Advanced Technologies, Systems, and Applications III. Springer, p. 3-12. (2019).

Jeremy B. Wilmer

Associate Professor of Psychology


Sutherland, C. A.; Burton, N. S.; Wilmer, J. B.; Blokland, G. A.; Germine, L.; Palermo, R.; Rhodes, G. “Individual differences in trust evaluations are shaped mostly by environments, not genes.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Volume 117, No. 19, p. 10218-10224. (2020).

Sutherland, C. A.; Collova, J. R.; Palermo, R.; Germine, L.; Rhodes, G.; Blokland, G. A.; Wilmer, J. B. “Reply to Cook and Over: Social learning and evolutionary mechanisms are not mutually exclusive.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Volume 117, No. 28, p. 16114-16115. (2020).

Germine, L.; Carey, C.; Huang, Y.; Aslibekyan, S.; Smoller, J.; Wilmer, J.; Robinson, E. (2020). “Shared Genetic Contributions to Cognition and Psychiatric Disorder Risk Based on Genome-Wide Data.” Biological Psychiatry. Volume 87, No. 9, S338. (2020).

Vogel, S. C.; Esterman, M.; DeGutis, J.; Wilmer, J. B.; Ressler, K. J.; Germine, L. T. “Childhood Adversity and Dimensional Variations in Adult Sustained Attention.” Frontiers in Psychology, 11. (2020).

Mishra, M. V.; Likitlersuang, J.; Wilmer, J. B.; Cohan, S.; Germine, L.; DeGutis, J. M. “Gender Differences in Familiar Face Recognition and the Influence of Sociocultural Gender Inequality.” Scientific reports. Volume 9, No. 1, p. 1-12. (2019).