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1 HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS 2013-2014 AFRICANA-WORLD STUDIES Nina Jemmott/ Djanna Hill, Acting Chair WORKS FORTHCOMING DANIELLE WALLACE, “Entering Interracial Relationships: Attitudes among Heterosexual College Educated Black Women.” accepted for an edited volume entitled, “Black Culture and Experience: Contemporary Issues.” This volume will be published by Peter Lang Publishing in 2015. INVITED PEER-REVIEWED LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS DANIELLE WALLACE. “The Search For ‘The One’: The Dating, Marriage and Mate Selection Ideals of College-Educated Blacks” at the National Council for Black Studies Annual Meeting (March, 2014).

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    HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS

    2013-2014

    AFRICANA-WORLD STUDIES

    Nina Jemmott/ Djanna Hill, Acting Chair

    WORKS FORTHCOMING DANIELLE WALLACE, Entering Interracial Relationships: Attitudes among Heterosexual College

    Educated Black Women. accepted for an edited volume entitled, Black Culture and Experience: Contemporary Issues. This volume will be published by Peter Lang Publishing in 2015.

    INVITED PEER-REVIEWED LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS DANIELLE WALLACE. The Search For The One: The Dating, Marriage and Mate Selection Ideals of

    College-Educated Blacks at the National Council for Black Studies Annual Meeting (March, 2014).

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    ANTHROPOLOGY

    Balmurli Natrajan, Chair

    BOOK REVIEWS TOM GUNDLING. Oxford Bibliographies series entitled Louis Leakey REFEREED ARTICLES MARIA VILLAR . From the Teachers Desk in Living City Magazine and Exploring Our

    Connectedness in Living City Magazine. WORKS IN PROGRESS MARIA KROMIDAS. The savage child and the nature of race: Lessons from the post-human in

    Anthropological Theory, and The entangled child body: Negotiating sex, sexualities and race in New York City in Children, Sexuality and Sexualisation: Beyond Spectacle and Sensationalism.

    JURIED PRESENTATIONS MARIA KROMIDAS. Boas, his babies and the bathwater: Crafting a 21st century anthropology for

    undergraduates at public universities. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL; November, 2013.

    LECTURES BALMURLI NATRAJAN. Invited panelist at the Global Youth Crisis Conference organized by the

    Political Science Department, Invited moderator for panel discussion on Art and Resistance in South Asia, as part of the COAC

    sponsored Cross-Cultural Arts Festival, Invited Panel discussant for film Fandry at Columbia Law School, Moderator, Panel Discussion

    on Tamil Films and Critical Theory. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Invited Presentation, Globalization and Labor in South Asia, at University of the Sciences,

    Philadelphia, Co-presenter (with Maria Kromidas, Thomas Gundling, Maria Villar). Boas, His Babies and the Bathwater: Crafting a 21st c anthropology for Undergraduates at a Public

    University, American Anthropology Association Annual meetings, Chicago, Invited Talk: Whose (Public) University Is It Anyway? at Whose University? The Future of

    Higher Education in America, 2nd annual Multidisciplinary conference, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, William Paterson U of New Jersey,

    Panel Discussant: Caste and Its Discontents: Caste and the Scientific Imagination, History of Science Society, Boston,

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    Panel Discussant: Caste and Its Discontents: Caste and the Scientific Imagination, Annual Conference of South Asia, Madison.

    Is Caste Ethnicity and Why Does It Matter? On Heterophobic and Heterophilic Casteism and Anti-Casteism Presentation at Sociology Seminar, South Asian University, New Delhi.

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    ENGLISH

    Ian Marshall, Chair

    BOOKS LIANE ROBERTSON. Writing Across Contexts: Transfer, Composition, and Sites of Writing, Utah

    State University Press, May 2014. (Co-authored with Kathleen Blake Yancey, Florida State University; and Kara Taczak, University of Denver).

    ROBERT C. ROSEN. Class and the College Classroom: Essays on Teaching (edited), Bloomsbury, 2013.

    REFEREED ARTICLES PHOEBE JACKSON. Book Chapter. The Reading-Writing Connection: Engaging the Literary Text

    Online. In Writing in Online Courses: Disciplinary Differences. Eds. Phoebe Jackson and Christopher Weaver. Under Contract.

    RAJENDER KAUR. History, Community, and Diasporic Sub nationalisms: The Komagata Maru in Anita Rau Badamis Can You Hear the Nightbird Call? Forthcoming in Charting Imperial Itineraries: Unmooring the Komagata Maru ed. By Renissa Mawani and Satwinder Singh Bains et al.

    The Curious Case of Sick Keesar and the Pre-history of South Asians in America under consideration at Amerasia Journal.

    MATTHEW KENDRICK, The Politics and Poetics of Embodiment in Gerrard Winstanleys Digger Writings, Clio: A Journal of Literature, History and the Philosophy of History 42.3 (2013): 283-308.

    Humoralism and Poverty in Jonsons Every Man in his Humour, South Central Review 30.2 (2013): 73-90.

    STEPHEN NEWTON. The Statue, (flash fiction) 100 Worlds (anthology of science fiction and fantasy flash fiction) Dreamscape Press, Fall 2013.

    Lucy and the Football: My Search for a Job in a Charlie Brown World, (memoir/creative nonfiction) The Road to Tenure: Interviews, Rejections, and Other Humorous Experiences, Erin Marie Furtak and Ian Renga, ed. Rowan and Littlefield, Education Division. (book release March 21, 2014)

    Silent Light, (poem) Space and Time-The Magazine of Fantasy, Horror, and Science Fiction, Issue 119, Fall 2013.

    The Fire, the Dark, and the Beautiful Distance, (memoir/creative nonfiction) The Affective Disorder and the Writing Life: The Melancholic Muse, (collection of critical essays) Stephanie Horton, ed. Palgrave Macmillan, Macmillan Publishers Limited. (book release November 28, 2013)

    Wreckage, (fiction) We Walk Invisible, (speculative fiction anthology) Chupa Cabra House Publishing, Fall 2013.

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    The Rooftops of Vienna: An American in Austria, (memoir/creative nonfiction) Coldnoon: Travel Poetics (International & Peer-Reviewed Literary Journal of Travel Writing) September 2013 | 2.4. (New Delhi, India).

    Pulling the Strings, (fiction) Skyline Worlds: Collected Stories, (Science fiction anthology) September, 2013.

    The Golden Nugget: Writing Centers, the Beatles, and the Teaching of Writing, Volume 2, Number 2 of JELLiC: Journal of Language, Literature, and Culture, the international peer-reviewed journal of the Cameroon English Language and Literature Association, July, 2013.

    BRIAN BROIN. "New Urban Irish: Pidgin, Creole, or Bona Fide Dialect? The Phonetics and Morphology of City and Gaeltacht Speakers Systematically Compared." Journal of Celtic Linguistics 15 (2014). 69-91.

    "Contrasting Irish and Norse accounts of Sigtryggr Silkiskegg, a tenth and eleventh century king of Dublin" in Saltair Saochta, Sanasaochta Agus Seanchais: A Festschrift for Gearoid Mac Eoin, Donaill O Baoill (Ed.) (Four Courts Press, 2013). 281-292.

    CREATIVE EXPRESSION MARINA BUDHOS. Connections, short story in One Death, Nine Stories, ed by Marc Aronson &

    Charles Smith, Candlewick Press (Spring, 2014) The Center of the World, Essay, (excerpt from memoir-in-progress), Open City, (forthcoming,

    spring, 2014) PHILIP CIOFFARI. Short Stories in The Westchester Review, and Windhover TIMOTHY LIU. Kenyon Review vol.34 no.1, Winter 2014: Two Poems. Mandorla no.16, 2013: Four Poems. Matter Monthly no.7, Jan 2014: Three Poems. Ocean State Review vol.3 no.1, 2013: Three Poems. Poem-A-Day, Feb 19, 2014: Holding Pattern. Psychology Tomorrow no.9, Nov 2013: Two Poems. Rattle no.43, Spring 2014: Two Poems. Tri-Quarterly no.145, Spring 2014: Two Poems. CHARLOTTE NEKOLA. Men Are Such Fools and The Fugitive Nurse exhibited at New Era

    Gallery, Vinalhaven, Maine, June-October 2013 BRIAN BROIN,. "Villanelle don Imirceach," Poem, ("The Emigrant's Villanelle"), Comhar,

    October 2012. A monthly column in www.beo.ie, Irish Language Press. DONNA PERRY. Re-Crossing Delancey. One-Act Play Reading. New Mercury Theatre, 260 West

    36th Street, NYC, August 23-24, 2013. CHRISTOPHER SALERNO. Academy of American Poets (Poem-A-Day). If You Must Hide Yourself

    From Love. 3/24/14. Barn Owl Review. Aversions. Issue 42. Spring 2014. Fields Magazine. Selected Poems and Interview. Issue 1. Winter 2014. Coconut Magazine. We Are Going Somewhere. Fall 2013. Web feature. Drunken Boat. Documentary. Winter 2014. Web feature with text and Mp3. Failbetter. Classic. Winter 2013. Web feature.

    http://www.beo.ie/

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    NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS AND BOOK REVIEWS MARINA BUDHOS. Were Ready for Immigration Reform: A Novelists Perspective, The

    Huffington Post (February 4, 2013) MATTHEW KENDRICK. Book review. Bartolovich, Crystal, David Hillman, and Jean E. Howard,

    eds. Marx and Freud: Great Shakespeareans Vol. 10. London: Continuum, 2012, The Sixteenth Century Journal XLIV, no. 3 (2013): 849-51.

    MAUREEN MARTIN. Book Review. The Politics of Gender in Victorian Britain: Masculinity, Political Culture and the Struggle for Womens Rights (Cambridge UP), by Ben Griffin.

    BRIAN BROIN. Book Review. David Finnegan et al., The Flight of the Earls/Imeacht na nIarla (Guildhall Press, Derry) in Sixteenth Century Journal 2014.

    Regular publications in the Irish-language press, most notably a monthly column in www.beo.ie JURIED PRESENTATIONS JUDITH BROOME,. London Poisonings at the Old Bailey. Annual Meeting of the South Central

    Society foe Eighteenth-Century Studies, February 13-16, 2014. PHOEBE JACKSON. Boats Against The Tide: Students Struggles with Disciplinary Discourse and

    the Promise of Online WritingLiterary Studies, International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June 2014.

    Writing about Literature: Student Co-Authored Responses, Modern Language Association, Chicago, IL, January 2014.

    Making Meaning in the Online Literature Classroom, National Council of Teachers of English, Boston, MA, November 2013.

    RAJENDER KAUR. Excavating unresolved pasts: Fiction as Mourning in Jaspreet Singhs Helium at the Modern Languages Association Convention, Vancouver, January 2015.

    "Reading the Forgotten Histories of Labor and Protest in Contemporary South Asian American Literature" at the Modern Languages Association Convention, Vancouver, January 2015.

    A Lascars Plea for Redress to Benjamin Franklin: Reading Race and Resistance in Slave and Lascar Petitions of the Colonial America, the 42nd Annual South Asia Conference, Madison, Wisconsin, 17-20 October 2013.

    Lamenting a Lost Cultural Imaginary: Lahore and Amritsar in Manju Kapurs Difficult Daughters at Modern Languages Association Convention, Chicago, January 2014.

    MATTHEW KENDRICK. Casting Apprentices in The Knight of the Burning Pestle, at The Blackfriars Conference, October 25, 2013, Staunton, VA.

    The Astor Place Riot: Class, Culture, and Shakespeare in Nineteenth Century America, at the Working Class Studies Association of America Conference, June 7, 2014, Stony Brook, NY.

    TIMOTHY LIU. Panel presentation: How To Teach Students To Speak Language for a New Century. 02/28/14 AWP Conference, Seattle.

    Mixed Methods: Collaboration between Visual Art & Contemporary Poetry. 02/28/14 AWP Conference, Seattle. MAUREEN MARTIN. The Diabolic God: Robert Louis Stevensons The Merry Men and Scottish

    Religious Tradition, presented at the Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies, Bronx NY, April 2014.

    LIANE ROBERTSON. Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference, Savannah, GA, July 2013. Threshold Concepts of Writing and WPA Work. Panel Presentation.

    http://www.beo.ie/

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    South Atlantic Modern Language Association Conference, Atlanta, GA, November, 2013. Teaching for Transfer: The Role of Content in Composition. Panel Presentation.

    Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis, IN, March 2014. Opening Conversations: What are the Threshold Concepts of Composition? Panel Presentation.

    Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis, IN, March 2014. Teaching for Transfer: Opening Opportunities for Student Success in Writing Across Contexts. Respondent.

    International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June 2014. Contexts for Transfer: Designing Writing Instruction for WAC. Panel Presentation.

    BARBARA SUESS. Frances Power Cobbe on the Fact and/or Evil of Disease. Ireland and Ecocriticism: Second Interdisciplinary Conference. National University of Ireland, Cork. June 2014.

    CHRISTOPHER WEAVER. How The Web Re-Shapes Writing and Speech and Why This is Useful to Teachers. Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English in Boston in November 2013. Panel Presentation.

    Boats Against The Tide: Students Struggles with Disciplinary Discourse and the Promise of Online Writing. International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference in Minneapolis in June, 2014. Panel Presentation.

    NON-JURIED PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES MARINA BUDHOS. Reading of Sweetness by the NJ Playwrights Theater Childrens Literature

    Conference, Shenandoah University, June, 2014 Author Appearances via Behind the Book Foundation: Community Health Academy, Washington

    Heights, NY; Collegiate Institute for Math & Science, Bronx, NY, March, April 2014 South Asian Writers Panel, Cross-Cultural Festival, WPU, April 8, 2013 Author Visit, Oak Knoll School, March 24th, 2013, Summit, NJ Wonder Years: A Reading & Conversation, AAWW, Nov 7th, 2013, NYC NJ Playwrights Reading of NJ Arts Council Fellows, Oct 10, 2013, Madison, NJ Author Event, September 11th, Hawthorne High School, 2013, Hawthorne, NJ PHILIP CIOFFARI. Lecture at Killer Nashville Conference Reading at University of Mary Hardin Baylor (2/5/14) Reading at Village Bookstore, Pleasantville, NY (5/10/14) Reading at Italian American Writers Association, NYC (11/14) Workshop facilitator, William Paterson Writers Conference (4/12/14) PHOEBE JACKSON. Living Writers Lecture with Chris Weaver on co-editing a book (fall 2013). RAJENDER KAUR. History, Community, and Diasporic Subnationalisms: The Komagata Maru in

    Anita Rau Badamis Can You Hear the Nightbird Call? at Charting Imperial Itineraries, 1914-2014: Unmooring the Komagata Maru, a two-day workshop May 15-16, 2014 University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

    The Curious Case of Sick Keesar and the Pre-history of South Asians in America at the University Research Day, WPUNJ, April 2014

    TIMOTHY LIU. Poetry readings. 03/29/14 Rainbow Book Fair, Holiday Inn, New York, NY. 02/28/14 Jewel Box Theater, Seattle, WA. 02/28/14 Nitelite Lounge, Seattle, WA.

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    02/27/14 A/NT Gallery, Seattle, WA. 02/20/14 University of Arizona Poetry Center, Tucson, AZ. 10/30/13 University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI. BRIAN BROIN. Featured speaker on television documentary "An Bhean a Shiil Trasna

    Mheirice", on TG4 (National Television Network, Ireland), discussing Irish life in New York City in the nineteenth century. October 2014.

    "Fg Seo! Translation Problems and Difficulties in TG4's Children's Programming." Symposium: Literature and the Irish-Language Broadcast Media, Lehman College (Bronx), February 2014.

    "The Humor of Mirtn Cadhain's Cr na Cille", International Conference: Humor and the Irish Language, New York University, March 2014.

    Organizer: "Early Irish Monasticism", International Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2014.

    Speaker: ""A Narratological and Socio-Historical Comparison of Early and Late Irish Saints Lives"" International Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2014.

    DONNA PERRY. Lessons from Adrienne Rich. Panel Presentation, Reflecting on Adrienne Rich: The Impact of Her Work. Fall 2013 Women and Gender Studies Colloquium Lecture Series. October 3, 2013. Cheng Library Auditorium. Presenter.

    Interview: Interviewed by columnist Jim Beckerman for Game of Thrones Revives an Old Storytelling Form, Bergen Record, April 3, 2014.

    LIANE ROBERTSON. Digital Yesterdays, Digital Tomorrows: How the Social Life of Information and Digital Trends Shape Writing and Writing Instruction. Friday December 6, 2013 at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY. Participant.

    Opening Conversations: What are the Threshold Concepts of Composition? Conference on College Composition and Communication, Indianapolis, IN, March 2014. Workshop Facilitator.

    ROBERT C ROSEN. Panel presentation Class and the College Classroom English Department Faculty Colloquium, April 15, 2014.

    CHRISTOPHER SALERNO. Boog City NYC KGB Bar NYC Couplet Series NYC Triptych Series, NYC Montclair State University NJ Worms Series, Baltimore, MD Barn Owl Review reading AWP Seattle WA Poor Claudia reading AWP Seattle WA Barrelhouse Presents DC Berls Poetry Shop NYC Living Writers Series, WPUNJ Cornelia Street Caf, NYC Born Again: The New Rise of University Literary Journals. Panel Presenter. AWP Conference,

    Boston, MA. March 5th 2014. ROSA SOTO. Movies that Matter Newark, NJ Schools for the NJ Performing Arts Center. Invited

    speaker.

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    MARTHA WITT. Staging of Six Characters in Search of an Author (Seton Hall University, Pennsylvania, April 24th-27th 2014. Published co-translation was the text used for this performance.

    WORKS FORTHCOMING, IN PROGRESS, AND UNDER CONSIDERATION JUDITH BROOME. A Harder Name than Thoughtlessness: Intimate Violence in Eighteenth-

    Century Law and Literature. Book Project. Imagining Portugal in Eighteenth-Century Britain, Article Rev. of Barrett Kalter, Modern Antiques: The Material Past in England, 1660-1780 (Bucknell UP,

    2012) The Scriblerian, Spring 2014. MARINA BUDHOS. The Depot, in Calcutta: The City, ed. Nilanjana Gupta (Raintree Press, Rupa,

    July 14, 2014) The Eyes of the World: The Story of a Man, and Woman and A Camera, The End of Everything:

    A Memoir. Sweetness, a novel. Watched, a novel. PHILIP CIOFFARI. Novel, Dark Road, Dead End, Livingston Press, University of West Alabama PHOEBE JACKSON. Book Chapter. The Reading-Writing Connection: Engaging the Literary Text

    Online. In Writing in Online Courses: Disciplinary Differences. Eds. Phoebe Jackson and Christopher Weaver. Under contract at Indiana University of Pennsylvania Press/Hampton Press. Book Project.

    Edited Book. Writing in Online Courses: Disciplinary Differences. Eds. Phoebe Jackson and Christopher Weaver. Under contract at Indiana University of Pennsylvania Press/Hampton Press. Book Project.

    RAJENDER KAUR. Mapping Pre-1965 South Asian America, Book Project. The Literature of the Bengal Famine, Book Project. South Asians Mobilize: The Bellingham Riots and the Labor History of Early South Asian

    immigrants to North America, article The Curious case of Sick Keesar: Documents of Dissent in Early Colonial America, article MATTHEW KENDRICK. Imagetext in The Winters Tale. Article. Neostoicism and the Economics of Revenge in Cyril Tourneurs The Atheists Tragedy. Article. So strange in quality: Perception, Realism, and Commodification in The Roaring Girl. Article. At Work in the Early Modern English Theater: Valuing Labor. Book Project. MAUREEN MARTIN. Robert Louis Stevenson, Book Project. CHARLOTTE NEKOLA. DELLA WHO, a collection of poems, forthcoming from Ragged Sky Press,

    Princeton, NJ, 2014. Book Project. Curse of the Corsage, Volume 4, University of Minnesota Press, forthcoming 2015. Visual poetry. BRIAN BROIN. "Infant and Toddler Acquisition of Irish Morphology" / "Insealbh Teanga i

    Linbh agus Naionin" in Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Gaelic Linguistics (University of Ulster, forthcoming). An Article.

    "A Statistical Analysis of the Irish-Speaking Population of North America" / "Anails ar Phobal Labhartha agus Spriocphobail Labhartha na Gaeilge i Meirice Thuaidh" in Research and Teaching of the Irish Language in North America the Next 20 years (Conference Proceedings), Ottawa, Canada. (forthcoming). An Article.

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    An Irish-language translation of Navigatio Brendani ("The Brendan Voyage. An article. An analysis of the short stories of the writer Pdraic Breathnach. An Article. DONNA PERRY. Marmee Knows Best: The Little Women Phenomenon. Book Project. Actual Grace. A Memoir. Teaching World War I. An Essay. Pat Barkers Regeneration Trilogy. Conference Paper LIANE ROBERTSON. "Notes Toward A Theory of Prior Knowledge and Its Role in College

    Composers' Transfer of Knowledge and Practice. Composition Forum 26. Forthcoming 2014, Parlor Press, Anderson, SC. An Article.

    Threshold Concepts in First-Year Composition. Co-Authored Chapter. Assembling Knowledge: The Role of Threshold Concepts in Facilitating Transfer,. Co-Authored

    Chapter. Teaching for Transfer. Co-Authored Chapter. Reiterative Reflection in the 21st Century Writing Classroom: An Integrated Approach to

    Teaching for Transfer. Co-Authored Chapter. ROBERT C.ROSEN, Class Fictions: Reading and Writing About Literature and Social Class". Book

    Project. CHRISTOPHER SALERNO. ATM (winner, Georgetown Review Press Poetry Book Prize,

    Georgetown College). Selected by D.A. Powell (judge). 70 pgs. Book Project. Automatic Teller (winner, Laurel Review Midwest Poetry Chapbook Prize). Poetry. AORTA (chapbook, Poor Claudia/Octopus Books, Portland, OR). 2013. Poetry. The Talking Forcefield, full-length collection of poems. ROSA SOTO. Border Vigilantes: Minutemen. Encyclopedia of Latino Issues Today. BARBARA SUESS. Colonial Bodies, Abolition, and a Tale of Two Cobbes, for a special collection

    of the journal Slavery and Abolition on Ireland, Slavery, Anti-slavery, and Empire. An Article.

    Bodily Integrities and Frances Power Cobbes Social Activism. Book Project. CHRISTOPHER WEAVER. Edited Book. Writing in Online Courses: Disciplinary Differences. Eds.

    Phoebe Jackson and Christopher Weaver. Under contract at Indiana University of Pennsylvania Press/Hampton Press. Book Project.

    MARTHA WITT. The Last Good Egg. A novel. The Particulars. A novel. Co-Translation of Enrico IV by Luigi Pirandello (Contract received from Italica Press, December

    2013) Co-Translation of Six Characters in Search of an Author and Selected Short Stories by Luigi

    Pirandello; Italica Press, October 2014.

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    GEOGRAPHY AND URBAN STUDIES

    Thomas Owusu, Chair

    REFERRED ARTICLES MONICA NYAMWANGE. Analysis of Demographic and Socio-economic characteristics of African

    immigrants in USA. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol.4 No.5 2014

    Analysis of Modes of Entry and Legal Statuses of African Immigrants in the USA International Journal of innovation Education and Research Vol2 No.3. 2014

    MONICA NYAMWANGE and BEN LIU. 2014, Impacts of Tourism, Cultivation, and Pastoralism on Climate Changes in Africa, paper presented at the National Technology and Social Science Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 13-15, 2014.

    NON-JURIED PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES BEN LIU, 2013, Professor Chen Wen-Chens Death and the Impacts of Human Right and

    Democracy Movement in Taiwan, invited speaker at the Rutgers University Taiwan Study Association, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, November 22, 2013.

    2013, Introduction to Geographic Environment of Israel, invited speaker at the Taiwanese American Fellowship Presbyterian Church, New Brunswick, New Jersey, December 1, 2013.

    2014, Introduction to Geographic Information Sciences and application, A Geographic Snapshot of South Asia and Geography Career Day, sponsored by Department of Geography and Urban Studies Department April 1, 2014.

    2014, GIS Workshop, , March 13, 2014. WORKS FORTHCOMING MONICA NYAMWANGE - Challenges facing farmers in Nyanza province of Kenya: A preliminary

    Report from field interviews and observations THOMAS OWUSU. The Impact of International Migration on Local Economic Development in

    Ghana An Analysis of Urban Enterprise Zones in New Jersey; The Case of Paterson Rethinking the African Immigrant Experience in North America

    https://mobile.wpunj.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=IEopf9NgFkumnIyVihspJ-vdxMKrQNEIc3MCF6MFF5S68bseRn-M4yoKlY9GsHnFBClnWrbOiSo.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.wpunj.edu%2fannouncements%2fedetail.dot%3fid%3da9f4768c-3ef9-4732-af32-c60f7f8fafb0https://mobile.wpunj.edu/owa/redir.aspx?C=IEopf9NgFkumnIyVihspJ-vdxMKrQNEIc3MCF6MFF5S68bseRn-M4yoKlY9GsHnFBClnWrbOiSo.&URL=http%3a%2f%2fwww.wpunj.edu%2fannouncements%2fedetail.dot%3fid%3da9f4768c-3ef9-4732-af32-c60f7f8fafb0

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    HISTORY

    Joanne Miyang Cho, Chair

    BOOKS JOANNE MIYANG CHO. Co-edited with Eric Kurlander and Douglas T. McGetchin, Transcultural

    Encounters between Germany and India Kindred Spirits in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (London and New York: Routledge, 2013)

    DAVID KOISTINEN. Confronting Decline: The Political Economy of Deindustrialization in Twentieth-Century New England (University Press of Florida, December 2013)

    REFEREED ARTICLES SUZZANE BOWLES, The Admiral Versus the Rector: A Naval Historian Speaks Out on Prayer

    Book Revision, Anglican and Episcopal History 82 (2013): 166-79. KRISTA ODONNELL, French and German Womens Colonial Settlement Movements, 18961904,"

    in Historical Reflections/Reflexions Historiques vol. 40 issue 1 (Spring 2014). ISABEL TIRADO The Komsomols Village Vanguard: Youth and Politics in the NEP Countryside,

    The Russian Review July 2013 issue (Vol. 72, No.3, 409-28). BOOK CHAPTERS JOANNE MIYANG CHO, Introduction, co-authored with Eric Kurlander and Douglas T.

    McGetchin. Kindred Spirits: Transcultural Encounters between Germany and India in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (London and New York: Routledge, 2013), 1-10.

    Cross-Cultural Transfer and Indophilia in Count Hermann Keyserling.in Kindred Spirits: Transcultural Encounters between Germany and India in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, ed. Joanne Miyang Cho, Eric Kurlander, and Douglas T. McGethin (London and New York: Routledge, 2013), 115-128.

    YINGCONG DAI Broken Passage to the Summit: Nayanchengs Botched Mission in the White Lotus War, The Dynastic Centre and the Provinces: Agents and Interactions, ed. Jeroen Duindam and Sabine Dabringhaus (Leiden: Brill, 2014), 49-73.

    SUSAN DINAN Secular Womens Religious Activities in Europe and the Americas, 1400-1800, in Ashgate Research Companion to Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe, edited by Katherine McIver, Jane Couchman, and Allyson Poska. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2013: 115-127.

    The Gender Gap in Honors Education, in Attending to Women: Conflict and Concord, edited by Karen Nelson. Lanham, MD: University of Delaware Press, 2013: 169-188.

    BOOK REVIEWS SUZZANE BOWLES. Mark Valeri, Heavenly Merchandize: How Religion Shaped Commerce in

    Puritan America in Anglican and Episcopal History, Sep. 2013, 376.

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    DAVID KOISTINEN. Review of Timothy Minchin, Empty Mills: The Fight Against Imports and the Decline of the U.S. Textile Industry (Rowman & Littlefield, 2013), in the American Historical Review, 2014.

    GEORGE ROBB. American Historical Review on two new works about World War I: Matthew Hendleys Organized Patriotism and the Crucible of War and Catriona Pennells A Kingdom United: Popular Responses to the Outbreak of the First World War.

    JURIED PRESENTATIONS JONATHAN BOONE Rehabilitating Ataman Semenov as part of a panel called Reactionary Politics

    In Late Imperial Russia at the annual ASEES (American Slavic and East European Studies) convention in Boston, Massachusetts.

    JOANNE MIYANG CHO Count Hermann Keyserlings View of Japan: A Nation of Consummate Imitators, Thirty-Seventh German Studies Association Annual Conference (October 2013, Denver, Co).

    THEODORE COOK "Defending a Japanese 'Bastion' in Wartime: Soldiers' Perspectives" at the "Cultures in War:

    Combatants, Islanders, and Settlers in the Pacific War and After" Conference sponsored by the Northern Marianas Humanities Council to be held on the island of Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas on 14 June 2014.

    "What Happened to 'Peacetime Japan' 1936?" for presentation in the Panel "On the Cusp of Change:

    Japan in 1936" accepted for presentation at the Kinema Club XIII Conference, Harvard University, January 17-18, 2014. Sponsored by Harvard University and the KineJapan Japanese Film Studies Forum.

    SUSAN DINAN: Roundtable speaker and session organizer, Devout Laywomen in Early Modern Europe October 2013, Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico

    DAVID KOISTINEN Business and Regional Economic Decline: The Political Economy of Deindustrialization in Twentieth-Century New England at the annual meeting of the Business History Conference (March, in Frankfurt, Germany)

    Working-Class Resistance in the Policymaking Sphere: Battles over Social Legislation in Deindustrializing New England at a special conference on Deindustrialization and Its Aftermath at Concordia University (May, in Montreal, Canada). At the Montreal deindustrialization conference,

    Confronting Decline: The Political Economy of Deindustrialization in Twentieth-Century New England at the annual meeting of the Economic and Business History Society and at the biannual meeting of the Policy History Conference.

    SCOTT MCDONOUGH You Shall Again Receive From Us Your Outstanding Positions of Honor: The Caucasian Aristocracies in Sasanian Armies, 220651 CE. 39th Byzantine Studies Conference. 1 November 2013. New Haven, CT.

    LUCIA MCMAHON The Admiration of the World: The Celebrated Miss Smith. Womens Histories: the Local and the Global Conference, organized by the International Federation for Research in Womens History and the Womens History Network, Sheffield, England. August 2013

    The Celebrated Miss Smith: Posthumous Celebrity in Transatlantic Print Culture. Annual

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    Conference of the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (SHEAR), St. Louis, Missouri. July 2013.

    GEORGE ROBB Confidence Women and Financial Fraud in March at the Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference at the University of Houston.

    NEICI ZELLER paper at the XI Congreso Iberoamericano de Historia de la Educacin Latinoamericana at the Colegio Mexiquense, Toluca, Mexico. May 2014.

    INVITED LECTURES/CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION JON BONE lecture/discussion, The Ukrainian Revolution: From Euro-Maidan To The Russian

    Invasion. The Ukraine Caught Between The EU and Putins Russia. Sponsored by the WPU Political Science Dept.s MA program in Public Policy and International Affairs.

    SUZZANE BOWLES History of Grace Episcopal Church of Madison, presentation to Madison Historical Society, Apr. 2014 (part of Churches of Madison series).

    SUZZANE BOWLES Moderated panel on Privateers and Piracy during the Age of Sail at Naval History Symposium, US Naval Academy, September 2013

    JOANNE MIYANG CHO, Moderator at Transnational Encounters and Comparison between Germany and Japan, 1933-2000s, Thirty-Seventh German Studies Association Annual Conference (October 2013, Denver, CO).

    Organizer of seven Asian German Panels, Thirty-Seventh German Studies Association Annual Conference (October 2013, Denver CO).

    THEODORE COOK "The World War through Japanese Eyes Lessons and Legacies," commentary for presentation at Gunjishi Gakkai [Military History Association of Japan] Annual Meeting, Osaka, Japan, June 27-28, 2014.

    "Japan's German War 1914-15," presented at the "1914. A 100-year Perspective on The Great War, New York Military Affairs Symposium, New York, NY, April 11-12, 2014.

    "Warscapes in Memory Frames: Japan's Culture of War Re-imagined," Organizer, Chair and Discussant of this International Panel at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, March 27-30, 2014.

    YINGCONG DAI Regulars or Irregulars: An Aborted Military Reform in the White Lotus War, the Columbia Seminar of Modern China, Columbia University, September 12, 2013.

    Regulars or Irregulars: An Aborted Military Reform in the White Lotus War, at the Qing History Conference in honor of R. Kent Guy, hosted by China Studies Program and the Department of History, University of Washington, August, 15, 201.

    SUSAN DINAN: Speaker, Developing in Honors Gender Differences in Honors Colleges November 2013, National Collegiate Honors Council, New Orleans, LA

    Lucia McMahon Chaired on Education Proper in a Republic. McNeil Center for Early American Studies Conference: The Republics of Benjamin Rush, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. March 2014.

    ROCHISHA NARAYAN. The College of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Forum as a Summer Grant recipient (Fall 2014)

    Speaker at the South Asian Studies Program at UPenn. (Fall 2014) GEORGE ROBB. Chaired and commented on sessions at the Northeast Conference on British

    Studies in October at the University of Connecticut. Speaker, about the television series Downton Abbey at the Morristown Public Library in October,

    2013.

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    Speaker, about the television series Downton Abbey at the Pequanock Public Library in March, 2013.

    Speaker, Pioneering Newark Business Women for the Newark History Society in March, 2013. FORTHCOMING WORKS JASON AMBROISE. Black Knowledges/Black Struggles: Essays in Critical Epistemology. Liverpool,

    UK: Liverpool University Press, 2014 (anticipated) Ethno-Class Man and the Racial Inscription of the Criminal: The Formation of Criminology,

    Revisited in Black Knowledges/Black Struggles: Essays in Critical Epistemology, eds. Jason Ambroise and Sabine Broeck. Liverpool, UK: Liverpool University Press, 2014. (anticipated)

    Book Manuscript: Instituting Order: On the Formation of Criminology JONATHAN BONE. paper entitled Tear Down What Wall?: Undefined Borders And The Creation Of

    Soviet Space In Greater Siberia, 1917-1931. SUZZANE BOWLES. God and Seapower:The Religious Thought and Writings of Alfred Thayer Mahan

    (under contract) JOANNE MIYANG CHO. co-edited with David M. Crowe, Germany and China: Transnational

    Encounters since the Eighteenth Century (London & New York: Palgrave MacMillan, forthcoming 2014)

    The Privileged Place of China in Albert Schweitzers Politics of Civilization. Germany and China: Transnational Encounters since the Eighteenth Century (London and New York: Palgrave-MacMillan, forthcoming in 2014).

    (Co-authored with David Crowe), Introduction. Germany and China: Germany and China: Transnational Encounters since the Eighteenth Century (London and New York: Palgrave-MacMillan, forthcoming in 2014).

    THEODORE COOK. Understanding Japan's War: Inside the Japanese Experience, 1937-1945 and Beyond.

    The Japanese Army, 1870-1945. Under contract with Routledge Press, in the Routledge-Oxford University Nissan Centre Series in Japanese Studies.

    Japans Imagined War: Literary and Cultural Representations of the Lost War of 1937-1945. Under discussion with International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Kokusai Nihon Bunka Kenky Sentaa), Kyoto, Japan following up my recent role as Director of the Collaborative Research Project on War and Memory in Shaping Japanese Culture.

    YINGCONG DAI. The White Lotus War: Late Imperial China in Crisis, book-length monogragh. (Under Contract)

    SUSAN DINAN. Nursing as a Vocation or a Profession? Womens Status and the Meaning of Healing in Early Modern France and England, Without Solemn Vows: Devout Laywomen before and after Trent, edited by Alison Weber. Aldershot: Ashgate [forthcoming]

    Church History. (forthcoming] on Michael J. Hayden, The Catholicisms of Countances: Varieties of Religion in Early Modern France 1350-1789. Montreal, Canada: McGill-Queens University Press, 2013.

    EVELYN GONZALEZ. Blacks and Puerto Ricans in the Bronx: Racial Change, Population Growth and Residential Mobility, 1940-1970. Article in Brian Purnell, ed. Beyond the Burning: Blacks and Puerto Ricans in the Bronx Since World War II. New York: Fordham University Press, forthcoming.

    JOHN LIVINGSTON 2-volume book on Science and Islamic Society, 600 AD to Present (under

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    contract by Ashgate). SCOTT MCDONOUGH. You Shall Again Receive From Us Your Outstanding Positions of Honor:

    The Caucasian Aristocracies in Sasanian Armies, 220651 CE (article) The Warrior of the Lords: Smbat Bagratuni in Late Sasanian Iran. (article) The Treasons of the Princes of Siwnik: Between Armenia and Iran. (article) We Pray for Our Glorious King: Power, Patronage and Piety in Sasanian Iran, 220651 CE

    (monograph) LUCIA MCMAHON. Memorials of Exemplary Women are Peculiarly Interesting: Female

    Biography in Early National America, forthcoming in Spring 2014 issue of Legacy Elizabeth Smiths Fragments: The Life and Legacy of a Learned Lady.

    ROCHISHA NARAYAN. Colonial Governmentality, Women Litigants and the Formation of Anglo-Hindu Law in Eighteenth-century India which was a revise-and-resubmit decision for Modern Asian Studies, a Cambridge University Press journal.

    Producing Mughals in Colonial Banaras, which was to be submitted to a journal in February 2014. GEORGE ROBB Revised edition of British Culture and the First World War (London & New York:

    Palgrave MacMillan, forthcoming). NEICI ZELLER. Zones of Tolerance, Sites of Resistance: Military Control of Prostitution during the

    U.S. Occupation of the Dominican Republic, 1916-1924). To be published in a collective volume under the title Prostitution - Eine Begleiterin der Menschheit (Prostitution. A Companion of Mankind), Frank Jacob, ed., (Frankfurt/Brussels/New York: Peter Lang, 2015).

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    LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

    Octavio de la Suaree, Chair

    REFEREED PAPERS JUDY BERNSTEIN and Zanuttini, Raffaella 2014. Transitive Expletives in Appalachian English,

    Micro-syntactic Variation in North American English, edited by Raffaella Zanuttini and Laurence Horn, New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 143-178.

    MARIA TAJES. "La herona del siglo XXI: emigracin y maternidad en Contra el viento de Angeles

    Caso." Letras Femeninas 39.2 (2014): 129-149. JURIED PRESENTATION JUDY BERNSTEIN. Demonstratives expressed as nominative pronouns, Poster presentation at

    Diachronic Generative Syntax (DIGS) 16, Reseach Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest Hungary, July 2014.

    HARUKO TAYA COOK. "The Meaning of 'Saipan' in Creating Japanese War Memory" prepared for the Conference "Cultures in War: Combatants, Islanders, and Settlers in the Pacific War and After" sponsored by the Northern Marianas Humanities Council to be held on the island of Saipan on June 14, 2014.

    "Creating False Memories of Japan's War: The Role of the 'Saipan Gyokusai' Myth" in the panel "Warscapes in Memory Frames: Exploring War Culture in Japan Today," at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, March 29, 2014.

    OCTAVIO DE LA SUAREE. Notas sobre el culto a la ceiba ancestral afrocubana, XXXIII Congreso cultural de verano del Crculo de Cultura Panamericano. Miami, FL: Saln Cultural Flix Varela, 26-28 de julio de 2013.

    Entre la realidad y el sueo. El potico viaje en paracadas de Toms Transtromer, XL Congreso anual del Crculo de Cultura Panamericano. William Paterson University. Holiday Inn, Totowa, NJ, 9-11 de noviembre de 2013.

    ELLEN FRYE. Recreacin cervantina en el poema ingls, A Dialogue between Two Horses; International Conference on Recreaciones quiotescas y cervantinas en la poesa y el ensayo, Pamplona, Spain, December 2013.

    MING JIAN. The Cultural Revolution Revisited: Chinese Nostalgia for Albanian Cinema at the BASEES (British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies) Annual Conference, 5-7 April, 2014, University of Cambridge, England.

    KEUMSIL KIM YOON. Intercultural or Intra-cultural Competence: Languages, Cultures, and Intermarriage Intercultural Horizons, Sienna, Italy, October 7, 2013

    (With Bruce Williams)Home from Transnational: Code-Switching and Cinematic Pragmatics in the New Korean Cinema" Society for Cinema and Media Studies, March 23, 2014.

    MARIA TAJES. Emigracin, desarraigo y retorno en Las mujeres inglesas destrozan los tacones al andar de Almudena Solana. . XIII Congreso Internacional de Literatura Hispnica,

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    Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, March 2014. HIDEO WATANABE. Revelations in Yokohama in the 19th Century. Paper presented at the

    conference of the Mid-Atlantic Region Association for Asian Studies. University of Delaware, DE, Nov. 2, 2013.

    BOOK REVIEWS KARA RABBITT The Great Camouflage: Writings of Dissent (19411945) by Suzanne Csaire,

    Trans. Keith Walker, Ed. Daniel Maximin. Research in African Literatures, 44.4 (Winter 2013). 171-75.

    NON-JURIED PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURES GLADYS SCOTT. New Standards, New Assessments: English Language Learners Facing New

    Challenges. Roundtable Discussion. 48th Annual Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Convention. Portland, OR, March 2014.

    WORKS FORTHCOMING HARUKO TAYA COOK. Understanding Japan's War: Inside the Japanese Experience, 1937-1945 and

    Beyond. with Theodore F. Cook as a follow up to our memory/ oral history Japan at War: An Oral History.

    Women and Society in Japans War, 1937-1945. Japans Imagined War: Literary and Cultural Representations of the Lost War of 1937-1945. OCTAVIO DE LA SUAREE. Gertrudis Gomez de Avellanedas drama Saul; Another one on Gaston Baqueros Second Stage Poetry Paper on Junot Diazs narrative ELLEN FRYE. Book-length manuscript completed during sabbatical:The Communicative Function

    of Dramatic Devices in Early Peninsular Drama Article, Constructing Communication: Calderns Manipulation of Monologue Article, La funcin comunicativa de los apartes en El mdico de su honra Articles sent out for publication consideration: Reflexiones cervantinas en un poema ingls de Andrew Marvell La coherencia de las trinidades de metforas msticas en El castillo interior, o las moradas MING JIAN. Cultural Construction of War in Tang Frontier Poetry, in the forthcoming book

    Warfare in China and India, edited by Peter Lorge and Kaushik Roy (Forthcoming. The book is under contract with Routledge)

    Films Afar Bring Distance Near: Albanian Films in China During the Cultural Revolution (Book project).

    Nostalgia for Albanian Cinema in the Post-Cultural Revolution China (Article) Writing as a Way of Life: Gao Xingjians Autobiographical Fiction The Dynamic Wen-Wu Dyad: Tang Poets Pursuit of Official Career (Article) KEUMSIL KIM YOON. A manuscript tentatively titled Family language planning from an

    ecological perspective. MARIA TAJES. Conversacin con Marta Rivera de la Cruz en Nueva York. La autora habla por

    primera vez de su nueva novela, La boda de Kate Salomon, una novela donde los ancianos

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    tienen peso Grafemas (Interview and critical introduction, Forthcoming) Paper dealing with the role of the indiano figure in Spanish literature. I expect to finish it this

    summer and send it for publication. Article on America in Marta Rivera de la Cruzs writings. HIDEO WATANABE. Western Contributors to the Modernization of Meiji Japan: Hepburn and

    Verbeck was accepted by Japan Studies Review, a journal of Florida International University. Forthcoming

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    PHILOSOPHY

    Barbara Andrew, Chair

    BOOKS DANIEL KOLAK. De Los Presocrticos Al Presente: Una Odisea Personal, Traduccin de Carmen Garcia Trevijano, Madrid : Tecnos (Grupo Anaya, S.A.), 2013. ERIC STEINHART. Your Digital Afterlives: Computational Theories of Life after Death. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (2014) REFEREED ARTICLES PETE MANDIK and Richard Brown. On Whether the Higher-Order Thought Theory of Consciousness Entails Cognitive Phenomenology, Or: What is it Like to Think that One Thinks that

    P? in Philosophical Topics. 40(2), 1-12. NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS AND BOOK REVIEWS DANIEL KOLAK. A Note on Hintikkas Function Logic and the Theory of Computability, in Philosophy and Computers. American Philosophical Association Newsletter, Volume 13 Number 1,

    Fall 2013 PETE MANDIK. (2013). Reflecting on Neural Self-reflection: The Churchlandish Introspection of

    Brain States. In Schwenkler, J. (ed.) Symposium on Paul Churchlands Matter and Consciousness (3rd ed., 2013), Brains: A Group Blog on Topics in the Philosophy and Science of Mind. http://philosophyofbrains.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Mandik-on-Churchlands-Matter-and-Consciousness.pdf

    JURIED PRESENTATIONS MARIE FRIQUEGNON. The Meaning of the Words: Mind and Matter American Philosophical

    Association Baltimore, December 2013 Mind and Matter, East and West Fordham Conference in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Oct.

    2013 DANIEL KOLAK. Into the Global Learning Community: A Tripartite Learning Model Integrating Humanism, Religion and Science, Bildung and Paideia: Philosophical Models Of Education, International Symposium, The Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb, Hvar, Croatia, Oct. 12-17

    2013 PETE MANDIK., The Myth of Color Sensations, Or: How Not to See a Yellow Banana Presented at the workshop, New Directions in Empirically Informed Philosophy of Mind, New

    York City (May 1, 2014)

    http://philosophyofbrains.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Mandik-on-Churchlands-Matter-and-Consciousness.pdfhttp://philosophyofbrains.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Mandik-on-Churchlands-Matter-and-Consciousness.pdf

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    NON-JURIED PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED LECTURES BARBARA ANDREW, DANIEL KOLAK Reflecting on Adrienne Rich (1929-2012): The Impact of

    Her Work, William Paterson University,Thursday, October 3, 2013. ERIC STEINHART. Reincarnation, Philosophy Department, University of Birmingham, 11 February 2014. Naturalistic Afterlives, Philosophy Dept., University of Birmingham, February 10 2014. Skeptical versus Spiritual Atheisms, British Society for Philosophy of Religion, Oxford University

    (Oriel College), 11-13 September 2013.

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    POLITICAL SCIENCE

    Arnold Lewis, Chair

    BOOKS MAYA CHADDA. Why India Matters, Lynne Rienner, February 2014. REFEREED PAPERS RYAN REBE. Amicus Curiae and Dissenting Votes at the Texas Supreme Court, Justice System

    Journal, 34(2): 171-188, October 2013. STEVE SHALOM. "Just War Theory: Restraint or Enabler of War?" Critical Asian Studies, vol. 45,

    no. 3 (Sept. 2013), pp. 491-98. AARON TESFAYE. Conflict and Cooperation and the Evolution of the Nascent Nile Basin Regime,

    Journal of Northeast African Studies, Vol. 14, 1. (Jan 2014) The Politics of the Imposed and Negotiation of the Emerging Nile Basin Regime International

    Journal of Ethiopian Studies, Vol. VII. 1 and 2, 2013. The Genesis of Ethiopian Federalism, Journal of Ethiopian Federal Studies, Vol. 1 No. 1. 2013. MICHAEL THOMPSON Alienation as Atrophied Moral Cognition and its Implications for Political

    Behavior. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, vol. 43, no. 3 (2013): 301-321. Hegels Anti-Capitalist State. Discusiones Filosficas, vol. 14, no. 22 (2013): 43-72. A Functionalist Theory of Social Domination. Journal of Political Power, vol. 6, no. 2

    (2013): 179-199 NON-REFEREED PAPERS MAYA CHADDA Book Review The Great Himalayan Game: India and China Rivalry in Nepal for

    Contemporary South Asia Journal, May 2014. STEVE SHALOM. "Framing a 'Just War,'" International Studies Review, vol. 15, no. 3 (Sept. 2013),

    pp. 459-61. "Closing Bridges While Building Bipartisan Bridges for Corporate-Backed 'Reform'," New Politics

    online, Jan. 10, 2014, http://newpol.org/content/closing-bridges-while-building-bipartisan-bridges-corporate-backed-reform (also on ZNet, Jan. 11, 2014, http://zcomm.org/znetarticle/closing-bridges-while-building-bipartisan-bridges-for-corporate-backed-reform/).

    "Greco on Chomsky," New Politics online, March 20, 2014, http://newpol.org/content/greco-chomsky (also on ZNet, Mar. 21, 2014, http://zcomm.org/znetarticle/greco-on-chomsky/.

    "One State or Two States: Prospects, Possibilities, and Politics," Logos: a journal of modern society & culture, vol. 12, no 3 (Fall 2013), http://logosjournal.com/2014/shalom/ (also on Israeli Occupation Archive).

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    "Anti-Authoritarianism and the Syrian Revolution," [brief blog entry] New Politics online, Sept. 2, 2013, http://newpol.org/content/anti-authoritarianism-and-syrian-revolution

    "Selective Skepticism," New Politics online, Sept. 3, 2013, http://newpol.org/content/selective-skepticism

    "A Rejoinder to Greco on Chomsky," New Politics online, April 13, 2014, http://newpol.org/content/rejoinder-greco-chomsky.

    BOOK CHAPTERS MICHAEL THOMPSON. Socialist Metaphysics and Rosa Luxemburgs Legacy, in Jason Schulman

    (ed.) Rosa Luxemburg: Her Life and Legacy. New York: Palgrave-MacMillan (2014): 48-62 Normative Humanism as Redemptive Critique: Knowledge and Judgment in Erich Fromms Social

    Theory, in Seyed Mirhi, Robert Lake, and Tricia Kress (eds.) Reclaiming the Sane Society: Essays on Erich Fromms Thought. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers (2014): 37-58.

    FORTHCOMING WORKS MAYA CHADDA. Book on Indias Regional Strategy in the Extended Neighborhood, contracted

    with Georgetown University Press. ARNOLD LEWIS. Program Assessment in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Challenges and

    Opportunities. Chapter invited for inclusion in a monograph on Black Studies Pedagogy and Assessment.

    Introduction to Issues of Law, Politics and Policy. Book project in progress. MICHAEL PRINCIPE. The 3rd edition of Bills of Rights: A Comparative Constitutional Analysis

    contracted with Kendall Hunt Publishing. RYAN REBE. Introduction to Law. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company (Forthcoming 2015). Examining the Link between Dollars and Decisions. A Multi-State Study of Campaign

    Contributions and Judicial Decision Making Policy and Politics (Under Review, May 2014) CAROLE SHEFFIELD. Making Rape (Ideologically) Comfortable. (Manuscript) AARON TESFAYE. Ethiopias Developmental State: Achievements and Challenges. (project with

    Lynne Reinner Publishers) MICHAEL THOMPSON. The Base-Superstructure Hypothesis and the Foundations of Critical

    Theory. Current Perspectives in Social Theory (accepted, forthcoming, fall 2014) Axel Honneth and the Neo-Idealist Turn in Critical Theory. Philosophy and Social Criticism

    (accepted, forthcoming, summer 2014) False Consciousness Reconsidered: A Theory of Defective Social Cognition. Critical Sociology

    (currently in press, summer 2014) Realism as Anti-Reification: A Defense of Lukacs Aesthetic Theory. Jahrbuch der

    Internationalen Georg-Lukcs-Gesellschaft, vol. 14 (accepted and forthcoming, 2014) Spatial Structure and the Pathologies of Public Reason: Toward a Critical Theory of Space, in

    James Glass and Diana Boros (eds.) Re-Imagining Public Space: The Frankfurt School in the Twenty-First Century. New York: Palgrave-MacMillan (currently in press, 2014)

    Capital in the Twenty-First Century, by Thomas Pikkety, New Politics (currently in press, 2014) Liberty and Property: A Social History of Western Political Thought from Renaissance to

    Enlightenment by Ellen Meiksins Wood, Perspectives on Politics (forthcoming, 2014)

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    Constructing Marxist Ethics: Critique, Normativity, Praxis (book project with Brill). The Betrayal of Politics: Radical Intellectuals and the Subversion of Progressive Politics (book

    project with Palgrave-Macmillan). PRESENTATIONS STEVE SHALOM. "One State or Two States: Prospects, Possibilities, and Politics," Left Forum, New

    York City, panel, June 9, 2013. (omitted from last years report) "An Introduction to Democratic Socialism," talk given to Young Democratic Socialists, William

    Paterson University, Sept. 10, 2013. "Comments on Greco's Chomskys Challenge to American Power: A Guide for the Critical Reader,"

    Center for Power, Culture and Politics, CUNY Graduate Center, March 5, 2014. CAROLE SHEFFIELD. Panelist: Reflections on Adrienne Rich: The Impact of Her Work AARON TESFAYE. Teaching Water: Global Perspectives on a Resource Crisis, African Studies

    Association with Elis Noel, Harvard University, Nov 23, 2013. Baltimore, Maryland RYAN REBE. Examining the Link between Dollars and Decisions. University Research and

    Scholarship Day, April 2014, William Paterson University. Examining the Link between Dollars and Decisions. Midwest Political Science Association

    Annual Meeting, April 2014, Chicago, Illinois. Amicus Contributions and Appellant Success in State Supreme Courts. Northeastern Political

    Science Association Annual Meeting, November 2013, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. MICHAEL THOMPSON. Oligarchy in the United States: How Economic Inequality Destroys

    Democracy. Public Lecture given at the County College of Morris, Morristown, NJ. October 17, 2013

    The Long Term Perspective- -A Review of China/Ethiopia Relations, Invited to give a talk UCLA International Institute, UCLA Mellon Program in Humanities: Culture and Transnational Perspectives, May 8, 2014, Loss Angles, California.

    China in Africa Invited to give a talk at Yale University and Social Science Research Council (SSRC) in a conference Making Sense of the China-Africa Relationship: Theoretical Approaches and the Politics of Knowledge , Nov 18/19, 2013, New Haven, Connecticut.

    The Domestication of Critical Theory from Habermas to Forst. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Social Theory Consortium, University of Tennessee, May 16, 2014

    The Philosophy of Moral Judgment: Reflections on Arendts Eichmann in Jerusalem. Paper delivered at Symposium on Hannah Arendt, Dept. Political Science, Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJ. April 24, 2014

    Classical versus Modern Approaches to Social Justice: A Polemic. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA. November 16, 2013

    Herbert Marcuse and the Critique of Liberal Political Philosophy. Paper presented at the bi-annual meeting of the Herbert Marcuse Society. University of Kentucky. Lexington, KY, November, 8, 2013

    Why Recognition is Not a Critical Theory: A Critique of Axel Honneths Social and Political Philosophy. Paper presented at Freedoms Right: A Symposium on Axel Honneths Political Philosophy. Dept. Philosophy, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY. September 21, 2013

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    The Insufficiency of Recognition: Critical Remarks on the Moral Implications of Intersubjectivity. Keynote lecture delivered at the Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Symbolic Interactionism at Uppsala University, Sweden. August 29, 2013

    Failed Strategies: The Lefts Inability to Respond to Ecological and Economic Crisis. Panel chair, Left Forum, Pace University, New York City. June 9, 2013 (event occurred after last years report)

    Domination and Exploitation in Market Economies. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Labor and Working Class History Association, Graduate Center for Workers Education, New York City. June 6, 2013 (event occurred after last years report)

    WORKSHOPS WARTYNA DAVIS. Race and Gender Project, Diversity and Justice Workshop, WPUNJ, May 19-20,

    2014. CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION WARTYNA DAVIS. Chair and Discussant, Undergraduate Research on Public Policy, annual

    meeting of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists, Wilmington Delaware, March 2014.

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    PSYCHOLOGY

    Kate Makarec, Chair

    BOOKS TOM HEIZEN & Nolan, S. A. Essential Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences. New York: Worth

    Publishers, 2014, 2e. REFEERED PAPERS JANE AUSTIN. Wu, L., Valdimarsdottir, H., Isola, L., Rowley, S., Diefenbach, M. A., Cammaratta, M.,

    Redd, W. H., and Rini, C. Cross-Sectional Study of Patient-Reported Neurobehavioral Problems Following Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant and Health-Related Quality of Life. Psycho-Oncology (May 2014). doi: 10.1002/pon.3554

    BRUCE DIAMOND., Johnson, S.K., Kaufman, M, Shiflett, S.C., and Graves, L. An RCT Pilot Trial: The Effects of EGb 761 on Information Processing and Executive Function in Multiple Sclerosis. Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing, 9.2 (2013). 106-107.

    MICHAEL GORDON.., Russo, F.A., and MacDonald, E. Spectral Information for Detection of Acoustic Time to Arrival. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics 75.4 (2013) : 738-750. doi:10.3758/s13414-013-0424-2.

    CARRIE MASIA WARNER., Brice, C., Esseling, P.G., Stewart, C.E., Mufson, L. and Herzig, K. Consultants Perceptions of School Counselors Ability to Deliver an Empirically-Based Intervention for Adolescent Social Anxiety Disorder. Journal of Administration and Policy in Mental Health Services Research 40.3 (2013) : 541-554.

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Age Effects In Child and Adolescent Anxiety: An Individual Patient Data Meta-Analysis. w/ Bennett, K., Manassis, K., Walter, S., Cheung, A., Wilansky-Traynor, P., Diaz-Granados, N., Duda, S., Rice, M., Baer, S., Barrett, P., Bodden, D., Cobham, V.; Dadds, M., Flannery-Schroeder, E., Ginsburg, G., Heyne, D., Hudson, J., Kendall, P., Liber, J., Masia., Mendlowitz, S., Nauta, M., Rapee, R., Silverman, W., Siqueland, L., Spence, S., Utens, E., and Wood, J. Depression and Anxiety, 30.9 (2013) : 829-841.

    Implementation Science in School Mental Health: Key Constructs in a Developing Research Agenda. w/ Owens J.S., Lyon A., Brandt N., Nadeem E., Spiel C., and Wagner M. School Mental Health 6.2 (2014) . 99-111.

    JAN MOHLMAN. Late Life Anxiety and Cognitive Processes - We Are Rapidly Gaining Momentum; Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Anxiety Disorders 27 (2013) : 547-549.

    Price, R. B., and Vietri, J. Attentional Bias in Older Adults: Effects of Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Journal of Anxiety Disorders 27 (2013) : 585-591.

    Executive Skills in Older Adults with GAD: Relations with Clinical Variables and CBT Outcome. Journal of Anxiety Disorders 27 (2013) : 131-139 Understanding Late Life Anxiety and Cognitive Processes: We Are Rapidly Gaining Momentum.

    Guest Editor, Spec. issue of Journal of Anxiety Disorders (2013).

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    Closing the Gap Between Science and Practice: Report from the Neurocognitive Therapies Translational Research (NT/TR) Special Interest Group. Richey, J. A., Ellard, K. K., Siegle, G., Price, R. B.., DeRaedt, R., et al. The Behavior Therapist 36 (2013) : 158-162.

    ALBERTO MONTARE. Simplest Chronoscope III: Further Comparisons between Reaction Times Obtained by Meterstick versus Machine. Perceptual & Motor Skills 116.3 (2013) : 796-805.

    SOYON RIM and Summerville, A. How Far to the Road Not Taken?: The Effect of Psychological Distance and Counterfactual Direction. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (Feb. 2014) : 391-401.

    An Affiliation Goal and Positivity Bias in Implicit Trait Impressions. w/ Min, E. K., Uleman, J. S., Chartrand, T. L., and Carlston, D. E. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (Nov. 2013) : 1204 1209.

    Psychological Distance and Judgments of Causal Impact. w/ Hansen, J.and Fiedler, K. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49 (Nov. 2013) : 1184 1189.

    DAVID RIVERA. Nadal, K.L., Mazzula, S.,and Fujii-Doe, W. Microaggressions & Latina/o Americans: An analysis of Nativity, Gender, and Ethnicity. Journal of Latina/o Psychology (2014).

    NON-REFEREED PAPERS BRUCE DIAMOND Shreve, G.M., Golden, A., and Narucki- Durn, V. Information Processing in the

    Bilingual Brain. The Development of Translation Competence: Theories and Methodologies from Psycholinguists and Cognitive Science. Eds. J.W. Schwieter and A. Ferreira. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. Print.

    NEIL KRESSEL. Muslim Demonization of Jews as Pigs and Apes: Theological Roots and Contemporary Implications. Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity. Ed. Charles A. Small. New York: Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy, 2013 : 67-80. Print.

    CARRIE MASIA WARNER, Colognori, D., Herzig, K., Leiby, A., and Rosh, J. Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Pediatric Medical Settings. Functional Symptoms in Pediatric Disease: A Clinical Guide. Ed. R. Anbar. Springer, 2014. Print.

    Fox, J. K., Colognori, D., Herzig, K.. School-Based Treatment of Anxiety in Children and Adolescents. Handbook of School Mental Health. Eds. M.D. Weist, N.A. Lever, C. P. Bradshaw, and J. S. Owens. New York: Springer, 2014.

    JURIED PRESENTATIONS LAURA CRAMER-BERNESS, Herbert, K. Examining Somatic Complaints, Perceived Stress, and

    Limitations in Daily Function in College Students with Asthma. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. Mar. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    w/ MICHAEL GORDON, and Monteiro, B. L,. Musical Tempo and Selection as it Affects Anxiety in Task-Performing College Students. Hull University. SEMPRE Conference, Hull, England. Nov. 2013. Conference Presentation.

    LAURA CRAMER-BERNESS, MICHAEL GORDON, and Jaime, T., Gaestel, J.. Decision Making in Two Groups of Adolescents: Framing Effect and GPA. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. Mar. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    Caltabellotta,N, Laux, K, Padilla, PS and Raycha, S. Speed and Accuracy of Location Choices: Does the Type of Information Matter? Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association,

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    Boston, MA. Mar. 2014. Poster Presentation. Competing Cues and the Development of Landmark Use. International Society for

    Developmental Psychobiology, San Diego, CA. Nov. 2013. Poster Presentation. Caltabellotta, N., Jimenez, A., and Voyticki, D. Competing Cues and the Development of Landmark

    Use. Cognitive Development Society, Memphis TN. Oct. 2013. Poster Presentation. Musical Tempo and Selection as it Affects Anxiety in Task-Performing College Students. Hull

    University. SEMPRE Conference, Hull, England. Nov. 2013. Conference Presentation. BRUCE DIAMOND, Clef, K., Magou, S., Stanfield, B., and Braue, R. Processing Fearful Expressions

    and Face Inversions in Healthy Subjects and in Autism. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. Mar. 2014. Conference Presentation.

    TOM HEINZEN. Two STEM pioneers in behavioral statistics: Florence Nightingale and Stella Cunliffe. Farmingdale teaching of psychology conference, Westchester, NY. Apr. 2014. Conference Presentation.

    Two STEM Pioneers in Behavioral Statistics: Florence Nightingale and Stella Cunliffe. The National Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando: FL. Aug. 2014. Contributed Lecture.

    Silvestri, A., Fisher, P., Teague, S., Drout, C. E., Gera, D., Patel, K, T., and Vigorito, C. Game Design and Supplemental Learning in Statistics. Council of Undergraduate Psychology Programs, (CUPP). Eastern Psychological Association, Boston: MA. Mar. 2014. Conference Presentation.

    A Historiometric Foundation for Game-Based Assessment. Eastern Psychological Association, Boston: MA. Mar. 2014. Conference Presentation.

    Richman, S. An Update on Game-Based Assessment. Atlantic Coast Teaching of Psychology Conference. Monmouth University, NJ. 2013. Conference Presentation.

    An Introduction to Game-Based Assessment. Best Practices Conference, Atlanta, GA. Oct. 2013. Conference Presentation.

    CHRISTIAN HOLLE, Hoolihan, C., Garner, J., Dimeglio, S., and Shenderovich, T.Who Uses The Internet?: The Relationship Between Personality And Social Media Usage Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association. Boston, MA. Mar. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    AMY LEARMONTH, DeVoti, C. Stress Levels, GPA, and Physical Activity of College Students. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. Mar. 2014. Poster Presentation

    Jaime, T., Gaestel, J.. Decision Making in Two Groups of Adolescents: Framing Effect and GPA. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. Mar. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    Caltabellotta,N, Laux, K, Padilla, PS and Raycha, S. Speed and Accuracy of Location Choices: Does the Type of Information Matter? Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. Mar. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    Competing Cues and the Development of Landmark Use. International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, San Diego, CA. Nov. 2013. Poster Presentation.

    Caltabellotta, N., Jimenez, A., and Voyticki, D. Competing Cues and the Development of Landmark Use. Cognitive Development Society, Memphis TN. Oct. 2013. Poster Presentation.

    AMY LEARMONTH, NATALIE OBRECHT, and DeLosSantos, S.Musical Experience and Mathematical Ability. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. Mar. 2014. Poster Presentation

    GLORIA LEVENTHAL and Edewaard D. The Moon Illusion revisited. The Annual Meeting of the

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    Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. Mar. 2013. Poster Presentation. PEI-WEN WINNIE MA, Gonzales, R., Wang, S., and Shea, M. College Stress and Spirituality as

    Correlates of Psychological Adjustment among College Students. Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Honolulu, HI. Aug. 2013. Poster Presentation

    CARRIE MASIA WARNER Atkins, M., Chu, B., Evans, S., and LaGreca, A. Sustainable Methods for Identifying Internalizing Disorders in School Settings. Association for the Advancement of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, Nashville, Tennessee. Nov. 2013. Invited Panel.

    Herzig, K., Stewart, C. E., and Sanchez, A. Parent-Child Relationship Factors in Adolescent Anxiety: The Development of the Parent-Child Co-Worry Questionnaire. Annual Meeting of the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Nashville, TN. Nov. 2013. Poster Presentation.

    Reigada, L.C., Polowski, A.. A Preliminary Controlled Trial Testing a Health-Integrative, Cognitive-Behavioral Approach for the Treatment of Comorbid Anxiety and Physical Illness Society of Pediatric Psychology. Annual Conference (Division of APA), Philadelphia, PA. Mar. 2014. Conference Presentation.

    Sanchez, A.L., Brice, C., Lynch. Perceptions of Social Anxiety Among Asian American High School Students Annual Meeting of the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Nashville, TN. Nov. 2013. Poster Presentation.

    NATALIE OLBRECHT A Project Based Approach to Research Methods and Statistics. 28th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Tarrytown, NY. 2014. Paper Presentation.

    Chesney, D. L., and Delos Santos, S. Analytical Arguments in a Reasoning Conflict Task. WPUNJ University Research and Scholarship Day, Wayne, NJ. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    DAVID RIVERA Bertels, H., Koen, P., and Krueger, N.. (2014, June). Does Entrepreneurship Education Change Students Attitude Toward Being an Entrepreneur? The moderating effect of family supportiveness. Babson College, Entrepreneurship Research Conference. London, Ontario, Canada. 2014. Paper Presentation.

    DeBlaere, C., Margins of the Margins: Risk and Resilience of LGBT People of Color. Counseling Psychology Conference, Atlanta, GA. Mar. 2014. Symposium Co-Chair.

    DeBlaere, C.. Intersections of Identity: How Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Race, and Ethnicity Inform the Work of Counseling Psychologists. Counseling Psychology Conference, Atlanta, GA. Mar. 2014. Roundtable Discussion Participant.

    Watkins Jackson, N.L., and Nadal, K.L. Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Clinical and Institutional Implications. American Psychological Association Conference, Honolulu, HI. Aug. 2013. Conference Presentation.

    INVITED LECTURES SHERLE BOONE. Self-Identification Among African Americans in the Pre- and Post-Obama Era.

    William Paterson University. Deans Research Forum, Wayne, NJ. Mar. 2014. Invited Presentation.

    LORIA CATANIA. Interdisciplinary Study of the Mind. William Paterson University. Cognitive Science Honors Course, Wayne, NJ. 2013. Guest Lecture.

    Lets Talk Sports-Related Concussion. HUMC Health and Wellness Center. Panel Discussion, Hackensack, NJ. 30 March 2014. Panel Member.

    ELIZABETH HAINES. The Prioritization Model of Gender Stereotyping. 26th Annual Duck

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    Conference on Social Cognition. Buck Island, NC. June 2014. Invited Lecture. Gender Stereotypes: Penalty and Praise. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, City University of

    New York, Graduate Center. New York, NY . Feb. 2014. Invited Speaker. Which Job is Right for You? Perspectives on Various Career Options Society for Personality and

    Social Psychology Training Preconference. Austin, TX. Feb. 2014. Invited Speaker. AMY LEARMONTH. Competing Cues and the Development of Landmark use. Annual Meeting of

    the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. Mar. 2014. Invited Lecture. CARRIE MASIA WARNER. School-Based Treatment of Social Anxiety. Psychology Department,

    University of Jaen, Jaen, Spain. Mar. 2014. Invited Address. School-Based Treatment of Anxiety Disorders. Psychology Department, University of

    Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark. Jul. 2013. Invited Address. JAN MOHLMAN Neurocognitive and Translational Interventions. Preconference Institute,

    Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Nashville, TN. Nov. 2013. Invited Speaker and Co-Producer.

    The Science of Mood Management. College for a Day Eva Same Lecture, Maplewood, NJ. Apr. 2014. Invited Lecture.

    Getting Into Grad School. Psychology Club, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. Apr. 2014. Invited Lecture.

    DAVID RIVERA. Microaggressions and the Life Experiences of LGBT People of Color. Humanities and Social Sciences Research Forum, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. Feb. 2014. Invited Presentation.

    Microaggressions and Marginality. Department of Womens and Gender Studies Teaching Circle, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. Feb. 2014. Invited Presentation.

    Intersectionality and Addressing Microaggressions in the Workplace. Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY. Nov. 2013. Invited Lecture.

    Asking and TellingHow is it Going? 12th Annual LGBTQA Student Leadership Conference, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. Nov. 2013. Invited Panelist.

    Salmon, Z.S., and Wright, J. How to Become an LGBT Ally. 32nd Annual Conference, Council for Opportunity in Education, Chicago, IL. Sept. 2013. Invited Presentation.

    Speaking Against Hate: Discussing Global Homophobia. w/ Kalaramadam, V., and Tesfaye, A. Invited panelist for the Race & Gender Project, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. Apr. 2014. Panel Member.

    CONTRIBUTED LECTURES JANE AUSTIN. Rini, C., Emmerling, D.,Wu, L., Validmarsdottir, H., Redd, W. H., and Woodruff, R.

    Challenges to Successful Psychosocial Adaptation to Hematologic Malignancies. Challenges to survivors experience of stem cell transplant and their links to the effectiveness of caregivers social support. 35th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. April 2014. Talk in Symposium.

    Rini, C., Wu, L, Winkel, G., Validmarsdottir, H., Stanton, A., and Redd, W. H. New Directions In Expressive Writing Research (Chair: Rini). Randomized Controlled Trial of an Expressive Helping Intervention to Improve Survivorship Problems after Stem Cell Transplant. 35th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. April 2014. Talk in Symposium.

    MICHAEL GORDON and Ataucusi, A.. Musical Memory: Visual and Affective Influences on Melody

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    Retention. University Research & Scholarship Day, Wayne, NJ. 3 Apr. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    Edewaard, D. Falling Stars: Audiovisual Influences on Meteor Detection. University Research and Scholarship Day at William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. Apr. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    Edewaard, D. Falling Stars: Acoustic Influences on Meteor Detection. Annual Auditory Perception, Cognition, and Action Meeting, Toronto, CA. 14 Nov. 2013. Poster Presentation.

    Edewaard, D.. Falling Stars: Acoustic Influences on Visual Meteor Detection. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, CA. 14. Nov. 2013. Poster Presentation.

    Kobylarz, D., and Edewaard, D. Detection of Acoustic Time-to-Arrival in Cluttered Environments. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, CA. 14 Nov. 2013. Poster Presentation.

    Kobylarz, D.Time-to-Arrival Detection within Virtual Acoustic Environments. Annual Auditory Perception, Cognition, and Action Meeting, Toronto, CA. 14 Nov. 2013. Poster Presentation.

    Suwangbutra, J. . Skull Music: Influences of Head Resonant Frequencies on Musical Preferences. Research and Scholarship Day at William Paterson Univeristy, Wayne, NJ. 3 Apr. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    Suwangbutra, J., and Ataucusi, A. Skull Music: Influences of Head Resonant Frequencies on Musical Preferences. Annual Auditory Perception, Cognition, and Action Meeting, Toronto, CA. 14 Nov. 2013. Poster Presentation.

    AMY LEARMONTH AND DeVoti, C. Stress Levels, GPA, and Physical Activity of College students. University Research and Scholarship Day at William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. Apr. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    Associative Memory in Early Childhood: A Pilot Study. Research and Scholarship Day at William Paterson University. Apr. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    Caltabellotta,N, Jiminez, A., Laux, K, Padilla, PS and Raycha, S.Speed and Accuracy of Location Choices: Does the Type of Information Matter? Research and Scholarship Day at William Paterson University. Apr. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    w/ NATALIE OBRECHT. DeLosSantos, SN. Musical Experience and Mathematical Ability. University Research and Scholarship Day at William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. Apr. 2014. Poster Presentation.

    TOM HEINZEN. and Highsmith, D. Game Consultation. Human Resources. William Paterson University. May 2014. Contributed Consultation.

    Diehl, C. Game Consultation. University Marketing and Public Relations department. Feb. 2014. Contributed Consultation.

    TOM HEIZEN, MICHAEL GORDON. Mandik, P., and Andrews, B. Game Consultation Philosophy Department. Jan. 2014. Contributed Consultation.

    TOM HEIZEN, MICHAEL GORDON. Game Consultation. IT Department. Jan. 2014. Contributed Consultation.

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    SOCIOLOGY

    Kathleen Korgen, Chair

    BOOKS KATHLEEN KORGEN. White, Shelley, White, Jonathan, (2014). Eds. Sociologists in Action on

    Inequalities; Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. VINCENT PARRILLO. Author of Strangers to These Shores, 11th ed. (Boston: Pearson, 2014). REFEREED ARTICLES JENNIFER DINOIA, Lynne Orr, and Carol Byrd-Bredbenner, C. 2014. Residential Summer Camp

    Intervention Improves Camp Food Environment. American Journal of Health Behavior 38: 631-640.

    w/ Carol Byrd-Bredbenner. 2013. Adolescent Fruit and Vegetable Intake: Influence of Family Support and Moderation by Home Availability of Relationships with Afrocentric Values and Taste Preferences. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 113: 803-808.

    JACOB FELSON. 2014. What can we learn from twin studies? A comprehensive evaluation of the equal environments assumption. Social science research, 43, 184-199.

    GABE WANG T. 2013. The New Trend in Juvenile Delinquency in the United States. Jiang Su Social Science 2013 (05): 104-113.

    DENIZ YUCEL. 2014. Siblings and Personality: Evidence among Eighth Graders from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study-Kindergarten Cohort (ECLS-K). The Social Science Journal, 51(1), 100-112.

    BOOK CHAPTERS KATHLEEN KORGEN 2014. The Impact of Action and Engagement on Sociology In and Out of the

    Classroom. Service Sociology and Academic Engagement in Social Problems. Eds. Javier A. Trevio and Karen McCormack. Surrey, UK: Ashgate.

    SHEETAL RANJAN. Raghavan, Chitra. 2013. Economic Downturns Amplify Problems That Can Lead to Domestic Violence. In Gerdes. L (Ed) Domestic Violence. Greenhaven Press: Farmington Hills, MI.

    2013. Crimes Against Women in India. In Unninathan, P. (Ed) Crime and Justice in India. Sage Publications, India.

    NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Wang, Gabe T. 2013. For History, for the Reference of Social Administration and for Edification,

    Social Significance of the History and Humanities of the Jin Village. Yunnan Political

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    Consultation Newspaper, December 6, page 8. The same paper was also published as Forward for the History and Humanities of Jin Village.

    GENNIFER FURST. October 2013. New Leash On Life Saving and Reclaiming Lives: Effects of Service Dogs on Veterans with PTSD & TBI for New Leash On Life.

    SHEETAL RANJAN., GENNIFER FURST., Bernstein, M. & Marcone, C., Program Evaluation (Preliminary Results) Mentoring Moms Volunteer Center of Bergen County. Published on website at

    http://www.bergenvolunteers.org/Documents/Programs/Mentoring/Program%20Evaluation_Preliminary%20Report_20March2013.pdf

    CREATIVE EXPRESSION/REVIEWS KEUMJAE PARK. 2014. Book Review -Conflicting Commitments: The Politics of Enforcing

    Immigrant Worker Rights in San Jose and Houston / Shannon Gleeson. Ethnic and Racial Studies Review. 37 (5) : 917-919.

    VINCENT PARRILLO. Part of the cast of Ballroom, performed nine times in October 2013 at the Civil War Drill Hall Theatre, Players Guild of Leonia, Leonia, NJ.

    Directed I Love You, Youre Perfect, Now Change, Players Guild of Leonia, at the Civil War Drill Hall Theatre, Leonia, October 18-20, 25-27, November 1-3, 2013.

    GENNIFER FURST. 2013. Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam: Interpersonal Violence, War, Guns, and Green Criminology. CrimCast. Online: http://crimcast.wordpress.com/2013/11/08/eddie-vedder-and-pearl-jam-interpersonal-violence-war-guns-and-green-criminology/

    WORKS IN PROGRESS WENDY CHRISTENSEN. The Black Citizen-Subject: African American Single Mothers &

    Military Recruitment (under review) The Politics of Foot Powder: Depoliticizing Motherhood during Wartime (in progress) Invisible Labor: Mothers & Veterans Healthcare (supported by a RCHSS Summer Stipend

    Award) JENNIFER DI NOIA Forthcoming. Defining Powerhouse Fruits and Vegetables: A Nutrient Density

    Approach. Preventing Chronic Disease. w/ Carol Byrd-Bredbenner. Forthcoming. Determinants of fruit and vegetable intake in low-

    income children and adolescents. Nutrition Reviews. GENNIFER FURST. Prisoners, Pups and PTSD: The Grassroots Response to Veterans with PTSD

    submitted to Contemporary Justice Review. Multiracial Identities While Incarcerated: Is it Possible? Prison Farms encyclopedia entry in-progress KATHLEEN KORGEN w/ Ballantine, Jeanne. Roberts, Keith. Forthcoming. Our Social World. 5th

    ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Forthcoming. Ed. Race Policy and Multiracial Americans. Bristol, UK: Policy Press MICHAEL SCHLOSSMAN The New Interventionism: A Theoretical Framework for Analyzing Recent Trends in American Juvenile Justice. w/ Brandon C. Welsh (Professor of Criminology at Northeastern University). The Prevention-

    Punishment Paradox in American Criminal Justice. JULIE SIDDIQUE w/Belshaw, Scott, Johnstone, Peter, (Forthcoming). Probation, Firearms, and

    http://www.bergenvolunteers.org/Documents/Programs/Mentoring/Program%20Evaluation_Preliminary%20Report_20March2013.pdfhttp://www.bergenvolunteers.org/Documents/Programs/Mentoring/Program%20Evaluation_Preliminary%20Report_20March2013.pdfhttp://crimcast.wordpress.com/2013/11/08/eddie-vedder-and-pearl-jam-interpersonal-violence-war-guns-and-green-criminology/http://crimcast.wordpress.com/2013/11/08/eddie-vedder-and-pearl-jam-interpersonal-violence-war-guns-and-green-criminology/http://crimcast.wordpress.com/2013/11/08/eddie-vedder-and-pearl-jam-interpersonal-violence-war-guns-and-green-criminology/

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    Liability in Texas after Graham v. Owens (2009). Justice System Journal. Age, Marital Status, and Risk of Sexual Victimization: Similarities and differences across multiple

    victim-offender relationships. (in progress) Muslim Attitudes on International Terrorism: A test of the clash of civilizations thesis. KEUMJAE PARK. Women Migrants and Immigrant Advocacy Discourses in South Korea (Paper

    in-progress) Human Rights without Citizenship?: An Analysis of South Korean Policies on Immigrant

    Integration (Paper in-progress) Politicizing Immigration: A Case Study of Policy, Media, and Advocacy Discourses on Immigration

    in South Korea. (Book proposal in-progress) VINCENT PARRILLO. Second historical novel, Defenders of Freedom (sequel to Guardians of the

    Gate) is in final revision stage. Retrieving and digitizing historical photographs for a new documentary, The People of Paterson. Currently working on the 7th edition of Cities and Urban Life, scheduled for submission to Pearson

    in September. SHEETAL RANJAN A book project. Mentoring Programs for Women. GABE WANG A paper, Human Selfish Nature, Social Consciousness and Socioeconomic

    Development is under review. A book project, Population and Socioeconomic Development in China and India is in progress. DENIZ YUCEL. What Predicts Egalitarian Attitudes towards Marriage and Children: Evidence

    from the European Values Study. Forthcoming, Social Indicators Research. Number of Siblings and Participation in Voluntary Associations. Forthcoming, European Review. w/Ekici, Tufan What Determines Religious and Racial Prejudice in Europe? The Effects of Religiosity and Trust. Revised and Resubmitted, Social Indicators Research. w/ Anastasia Vogt Yuan. Do Siblings Matter? The Effect of Siblings on Educational Aspirations and

    Socio-Emotional Development among Early Adolescents. Under Review, Journal of Research on Adolescence.

    w/ Douglas B. Downey. When Quality Trumps Quantity: Siblings and the Development of Peer Relationships. Under Review, Journal of Family Issues.

    "Understanding the Dyadic Nature of Relationships: Exploring Relationship Satisfaction among Married and Cohabiting Couples."

    w/ Selda Koydemir. Gender and Relationship Satisfaction among Married Individuals in North Cyprus

    JURIED PRESENTATIONS MABOUD ANSARI and Vince Parrillo Hizmet Schools in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and

    Kazakhstan: A Cross-Cultural Study of the Gulen Educational Model in Baltimore, the annual meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society, March 2014.

    WENDY CHRISTENSEN The Black Citizen-Subject: African American Single Mothers and Military Recruitment, and was a panelist on The Marginalized Majority: How Adjunct and Contingent Faculty Can Thrive and How Tenure Faculty Can Ally and Advocate Panel, at the Sociologists for Women in Society Winter Meeting in Nashville, TN.

    JACOB FELSON presented How does the Relationship between Sexual Orientation and Mental Health Vary across Nations? annual meeting, Eastern Sociological Society February 2014.

    KATHLEEN KORGEN presented Using the Core Commitments of Sociology to Help Students Gain

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    a Sense of Their Own Power to Change Society and Teaching the World that isnt: Envisioning Social Change in the Classroom at the Society for the Study of Social Problems Conference, New York City in August 2013. She also organized and served as a discussant for a paper session.

    KEUMJAE PARK (co-author Takiko Mori-Saunders), presented Multiculturalism Policies in Japan and South Korea: A Comparative Analysis of the State Responses to New Immigration, at the Annnual Meeting of American Sociological Association, New York, NY. August 10th-13th, 2013.

    SHEETAL RANJAN. Canaff, R. (2014). Ending Violence on College Campuses A Paradigm Shift. Paper presented at the annual meeting of End Violence against Women International, Seattle, WA.

    Bridging the Gap A Literature Review and Program Evaluation Of A Mentoring Moms Program. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice International Conference, Athens, Greece.

    MICHAEL SCHLOSSMAN Not Quite Treatment, Not Quite Punishment: A Case Study of American Juvenile Justice in the Get-Tough Era (1987-2009) at the American Society of Criminology (ASC) annual meeting in Atlanta. November 2013.

    The New Interventionism and the Contemporary Juvenile Justice Systems Approach to Intensive Community Supervision. Law and Society Association (LSA), Annual Meeting. May 2014.

    JULIE SIDDIQUE presented Changes in the Culture of Sex and Long-Term Trends in Sexual Victimization at the American Society of Criminology (ASC) annual meeting in Atlanta.

    DENIZ YUCEL Understanding the Dyadic Nature of Cohabiting Relationships: Exploring Relationship Quality and Stability among Cohabiting Couples Annual Meeting of ESS February 2014.

    Exploring the Actor and Partner Correlates of Relationship Quality and Stability among Married Couples at the annual meeting of Midwestern Sociological Society in April 2014.

    Understanding the Dyadic Nature of Marriages: The Effect of Nonstandard Work Schedules on Relationship Quality among Dual-Earner Married Couples at the annual meeting of Southwestern Sociological Society in April 2014.

    She presented Number of Siblings and Generalized Trust and Number of Siblings and Personality among Early Adolescents at a roundtable at ASA annual meeting in August 2013.

    NON-JURIED PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURES WENDY CHRISTENSEN panelist on The Marginalized Majority: How Adjunct and Contingent

    Faculty Can Thrive and How Tenure Faculty Can Ally and Advocate Panel, at the Sociologists for Women in Society Winter Meeting in Nashville, TN.

    Discussant for the Feminist Theory Panel Session at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, in New York, NY.

    Panelist on the Entering the Job Market: The effective use of social media Workshop at the Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD.

    CHARLY FLINT and Wendy Christensen led a Workshop on Whiteness and Cultural Competency at CONNECTIONS in Teaneck at Fairleigh Dickenson University for Social Worker and other Human Service personnel on March 25, 2014

    GENNIFER FURST Prisoners, Pups, & PTSD: The Role of Prison Inmates in the Militarys Medical

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    Offloading of PTSD Treatment for Veterans at the Sociology Department Research Circle, November 2013.

    JENNIFER DI NOIA spoke about the peer review process at the National Institutes of Health in February at the Funding Your Research: Strategies for Obtaining Support workshop .

    Defining Powerhouse Fruits and Vegetables: A Nutrient Density Approach at Research and Scholarship Day.

    Reducing Disparities in Food Access at the Global Issues in Food and Sustainability panel of the Race and Gender Project in April.

    SHEETAL RANJAN. (2014). Domestic, Dating, Stalking and Sexual Violence on College Campuses, Invited to serve on Expert Panel at the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Violence against Women Technical Assistance Institute for Campus grantees, New Orleans, LA.

    DENIZ YUCEL two-day workshop on Qualitative Methodology at Cyprus International University in December 2013.

    MEDIA MABOUD ANSARI appeared on VOICE OF America TV (Persian) on January 16th as an author and

    expert and was a gust lecturer in Association of Iranian Americans in Philadelphia, April 3, 2014.

    VINCE PARRILLO was interviewed on Life and Living, on August 10, 2013 at 3 p.m. on NJTV.

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    WOMENS AND GENDER STUDIES

    Arlene Holpp Scala, Chair

    BOOKS ELENA SABOGAL. Making a Life in Multiethnic Miami: Immigration and the Rise of