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Thompson Writing Program Faculty: Publications since January 2020

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Accinno, Michael D

  1. Accinno,. "John Sullivan Dwight, Blindness, and Music Education." American Music 39.1 (2021): 89-89. [doi]

Ahern Dodson, Jennifer

  1. Ahern-Dodson, J; Dufour, M. "Supporting Faculty as Writers and Teachers An Integrative Approach to Educational Development." To Improve the Academy 40.1 (2021). [doi]  [abs]
  2. Ahern-Dodson, J; Clark, CR; Mourad, T; Reynolds, JA. "Beyond the numbers: understanding how a diversity mentoring program welcomes students into a scientific community." Ecosphere 11.2 (February, 2020). [doi]  [abs]

Bocci, Paolo

  1. Bocci, P. "Utopian Conservation: Scientific Humanism, Evolution, and Island Imaginaries on the Galápagos Islands." Science, Technology, & Human Values 45.6 (November, 2020): 1168-1194. [doi]  [abs]

Colton, Aaron

  1. Colton, A. "Writing About Writer’s Block: Metafiction, the New Sincerity, and Neoliberalism in David Foster Wallace’s “Westward the Course of Empire Takes Its Way” and Sheila Heti’s How Should a Person Be?." College Literature 47.3 (2020): 468-497. [doi]
  2. Colton, A. "Who (According to Students) Uses the Writing Center?: Acknowledging Impressions and Misimpressions of Writing Center Services and User Demographics." Praxis: a Writing Center Journal 17.3 (2020): 29-43.

Kalman-Lamb, Nathan

  1. Kalman-Lamb, N. "Imagined communities of fandom: sport, spectatorship, meaning and alienation in late capitalism." Sport in Society 24.6 (January, 2021): 922-936. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Kalman-Lamb, N. "Listening to the literature: a case for centering writing in critical sociology of sport pedagogy." Sport, Education and Society 25.6 (July, 2020): 643-653. [doi]  [abs]

LeJacq, Seth S

  1. LeJacq, SS. "The Domestic Herbal: Plants for the Home in the Seventeenth Century by Margaret Willes." Social History of Medicine 34.3 (September, 2021): 1032-1033. [doi]
  2. LeJacq, SS. "Escaping court martial for sodomy: Prosecution and its alternatives in the Royal Navy, 1690-1840." International Journal of Maritime History 33.1 (March, 2021): 16-36. [doi]  [abs]
  3. LeJacq, SS. "London, by Accident." Eighteenth Century Life 45.1 (January, 2021): 114-120. [doi]

Moskovitz, Cary

  1. Anson, IG; Moskovitz, C. "Text recycling in STEM: A text-analytic study of recently published research articles.." Accountability in Research 28.6 (August, 2021): 349-371. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Moskovitz, C. "Standardizing terminology for text recycling in research writing." Learned Publishing 34.3 (July, 2021): 370-378. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Moskovitz, C. "There is no absolute expectation about text recycling.." Clinical Biochemistry 86 (December, 2020): 65-66. [doi]
  4. Moskovitz, C; Hall, S. "Text Recycling in STEM Research: An Exploratory Investigation of Expert and Novice Beliefs and Attitudes." Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 51.3 (March, 2020): 004728162091543-004728162091543. [doi]  [abs]

Neuschel, Kristen

    Parks, Emily L

    1. Parks, EL. "Joining the conversation: Teaching students to think and communicate like scholars.." Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology  (2020). [doi]

    Quirici, Marion L

    1. Doebrich, A; Quirici, M; Lunsford, C. "COVID-19 and the need for disability conscious medical education, training, and practice.." J Pediatr Rehabil Med 13.3 (2020): 393-404. [doi]  [abs]

    Reynolds, Julie

    1. Thompson, RJ; Finkenstaedt-Quinnb, SA; Shultz, GV; Gere, AR; Schmid, L; Dowd, JE; Mburi, M; Schiff, LA; Flashg, P; Reynolds, JA. "How faculty discipline and beliefs influence instructional uses of writing in STEM undergraduate courses at research-intensive universities." Journal of Writing Research 12.3 (February, 2021): 625-656. [doi]  [abs]
    2. Mourad, TM; McNulty, AF; Liwosz, D; Tice, K; Abbott, F; Williams, GC; Reynolds, JA. "Erratum: The Role of a Professional Society in Broadening Participation in Science: A National Model for Increasing Persistence (BioScience DOI: 10.1093/biosci/biy066)." Bioscience 71.1 (January, 2021): 104. [doi]  [abs]
    3. Reynolds, JA; Cai, V; Choi, J; Faller, S; Hu, M; Kozhumam, A; Schwartzman, J; Vohra, A. "Teaching during a pandemic: Using high-impact writing assignments to balance rigor, engagement, flexibility, and workload.." Ecology and Evolution  (October, 2020). [doi]  [abs]
    4. Ahern-Dodson, J; Clark, CR; Mourad, T; Reynolds, JA. "Beyond the numbers: understanding how a diversity mentoring program welcomes students into a scientific community." Ecosphere 11.2 (February, 2020). [doi]  [abs]

    Smith, Jacob

    1. Smith, JFH. Minority party misery: Political powerlessness and electoral disengagement. March, 2021 (1-197 pp.). [doi]  [abs]
    2. Smith, J; Spiegler, J. "Explaining Gun Deaths: Gun Control, Mental Illness, and Policymaking in the American States." Policy Studies Journal 48.1 (February, 2020): 235-256. [doi]  [abs]

    Summers, Jesse S

    1. Summers, JS. "Joshua May, Regard for Reason in the Moral Mind (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018), pp. 288. $64.00.." Utilitas 32.3 (September, 2020): 382-385. [doi]

    Tharler, Andrew

    1. Tharler, A. "Archaeology's Lessons for Confederate Monuments."  2020.

    Town, Sarah C

    1. Town, S. ""Mi casa es su casa: Cubanía in Cyberspace"." Americas: a Hemispheric Music Journal 29 (December, 2020): 99-108.

    Welsh, Miranda

    1. Welsh, ME; Cronin, JP; Mitchell, CE. "Trait‐Based Variation in Host Contribution to Pathogen Transmission Across Species and Resource Supplies." Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 102.1 (January, 2021). [doi]
    2. Welsh, ME; Cronin, JP; Mitchell, CE. "Trait-based variation in host contribution to pathogen transmission across species and resource supplies.." Ecology 101.11 (November, 2020): e03164. [doi]  [abs]

    Wesolowski, Katya

    1. Wesolowski, K, Imagining Brazil in Africa: Capoeira's Transatlantic Roots and Routes. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 25:3 (September, 2020): 453-472. [doi]  [abs]
    2. Wesolowski, K; Castañeda, QE, Ethnography In-Sight: Diasporic Imaginings. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 25:3 (September, 2020): 370-373. [doi]

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