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Alberts, Susan C

  1. D.E. Runcie, R. Wiedmann, E.A. Archie, J. Altmann, G.A. Wray, S.C. Alberts, and J. Tung, Social environment influences the relationship between genotype and gene expression in wild baboon, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol. 368 no. 1618 (2013), pp. 20120345 .
  2. S.C. Alberts, J. Altmann, D.K. Brockman, M. Cords, L.M. Fedigan, A. Pusey, T. Stoinski, K.B. Strier, W.F. Morris, and A.M. Bronikowski, Reproductive aging patterns in primates reveal that humans are distinct, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, vol. 110 (2013), pp. 13440-13445 .
  3. P.I. Chiyo, J.W. Wilson, C.M. Moss, and S.C. Alberts, The influence of ecology and reproductive opportunities on group size in male African elephants, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2013) .
  4. E.A. Archie, J. Altmann, S.C. Alberts, Injury and immune costs of reproduction in a long-lived female primate, Behavioral Ecology (2013) .
  5. A.J. Lea, N. Learn, M.J. Theus, J. Altmann, and S.C. Alberts, Dynamic patterns of dominance rank attainment in female baboons (Papio cynocephalus), Animal Behaviour (2013) .
  6. S.C. Alberts and J.B. Silk, The contributions of Jeanne Altmann (Introduction to a Special Tribute Issue), Evolutionary Anthropology, vol. 22 (2013), pp. 198-199 .
  7. M.Y. Akinyi, J. Tung, M. Jenneby, N.B. Patel, J. Altmann, S.C. Alberts, Role of grooming in reducing tick load in wild baboons (Papio cynocephalus), Animal Behaviour, vol. 85 (2013), pp. 559-568 .
  8. P.O. Onyango, L.R. Gesquiere, J. Altmann, S.C. Alberts, Testosterone positively associated with both male mating effort and paternal behavior in savanna baboons (Papio cynocephalus), Hormones and Behavior, vol. 63 (2013), pp. 430-436 .
  9. P.O. Onyango, L. Gesquiere, J. Altmann, S.C. Alberts, Puberty and dispersal in a wild primate population, Hormones and Behavior, vol. 64 (2013), pp. 240-249 .
  10. A.C. Markham, S.C. Alberts, J. Altmann, When good neighbors don't need fences: Temporal landscape partitioning among baboon social groups, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol. 6 (2013), pp. 875-884 .

Allison, Anne

  1. A. Allison, Precarious Japan (October, 2013), Duke University Press .
  2. A. Allison, American Geishas and Oriental/ist Fantasies, in Media, Transnationalism, and Asian Erotics, edited by Purnima Mankekar and Louisa Schein (July, 2013), Duke University Press .

Antliff, Mark

  1. M. Antliff, From Class War to Creative Revolution: Bergson’s Communist Legacy in Britain, Annales Bergsoniennes (Winter, 2014) .
  2. M. Antliff, Contagious Joy: Anarchism and the reception of Jacob Epstein’s Tomb of Oscar Wilde, c. 1913, Journal of Modern Periodical Studies (2014) .
  3. Alexandre Levebre and Melanie White, eds., Bergson, Politics and Religion, Symplokē (2014 forthcoming) .
  4. M. Antliff, Sculpture Against the State: Anarchism, Vorticism and the Cosmopolitan Avant-Garde (2014) (This is a book project in progress.) .
  5. M. Antliff and Patricia Leighten, Le cubisme devant ses contemporains – Documents et critiques (1906-1914) (2013), Les presses du réel (Forthcoming.) .
  6. M. Antliff and Scott Klein, eds., Vorticism: New Perspectives (2013), Oxford University Press .
  7. M. Antliff, Revolutionary Immanence: Bergson among the Anarchists, in Bergson and the Art of Immanence, edited by John Mullarkey and Charlotte de Mille, eds. (2013), pp. 94-111, Edinburgh University Press .
  8. M. Antliff, Politicizing the New Sculpture, in Vorticism: New Perspectives, edited by Mark Antliff and Scott Klein, eds. (2013), pp. 102-118, Oxford University Press .
  9. Mark Antliff and Scott Klein, Introduction: Vorticisms,, in Vorticism: New Perspectives (2013), pp. 1-11, Oxford University Press .

Armstrong, Nancy

  1. A Gothic History of the British Novel, in New Histories of the British Novel, edited by Patrick Parrinder (2014), Oxford University Press .
  2. Hawthorne and the Paradox of Self-Sovereignty, Novel: A Forum on Fiction, vol. 47 no. 1 (2014) .
  3. Leonard Tennenhouse, The Conversion Effect: Early American Aspects of the Novel (forthcoming 2015), University of Pennsylvania Press .
  4. The Double Face of Variation in Darwin's Garden, in Systems of Life, edited by Warren Montag and Richard Barney (spring 2915), pp. 32 ms. pages, Fordham UP .
  5. The Affective Turn in Contemporary Literature, Contemporary Literature (forthcoming 2015), pp. 36 ms. pages .
  6. Leonard Tennenhouse, The Network Novel, in A Companion to the English Novel, edited by Stephen Arata, J. Paul Hunter, Jennifer Wicke (forthcoming 2015), pp. 30 ms. pages, Wiley-Blackwell .
  7. When Sympathy Fails: The Affective Turn in Contemporary Fiction, SPELL: The Journal of the Swiss Professors of English Literature and Language (Spring, 2013), pp. 35 ms. pp. .
  8. 1871L Charles Darwin's DESCENT OF MAN, AND NATURAL SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX, edited by Dino Felluga, BRANCH: Britain, Representation, and Nineteenth-Century History (February 8, 2013), pp. 20 pp. [available here] .
  9. When Sexuality Meets Gender in the Victorian Novel, in Cambridge Companion to the Victorian Novel, edited by Dierdre David (2013), pp. 34 ms. pages, Cambridge University Press .

Boatwright, Mary T.

  1. Review of J. Langford, Maternal Megalomania. Julia Domna and the Imperial Politics of Motherhood, Classical Review (Forthcoming 2015) .
  2. “The Antonines”, Oxford Bibliographies Online, edited by Dee Clayman, Oxford Bibliographies in Classics (2014), Oxford University Press .
  3. Distinction and Unease: Rome’s Non-Roman Population Transfers, 180 BCE – ca. 70 CE (2014) .
  4. Agrippa’s Building Inscriptions, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, vol. 189 (2014), pp. 255-64  [abs].
  5. M.T. Boatwright, D. Gargola, N. Lenski, and R.J.A. Talbert, A Brief History of the Romans, 2nd, enlarged ed. (2013), Oxford University Press .
  6. "Visualizing Empire in Imperial Rome", in Ancient World Views: Institutions and Geography from the Greco-Roman World, edited by L. Brice and D. Slootjes (Forthcoming 2015), Brill .
  7. Carlos F. Noreña, Imperial Ideals in the Roman West: Representation, Circulation, Power, The American Historical Review, vol. 118 (2013), pp. 233-34 [ijkey=d57nzGiym7l7OWI&keytype=ref] .

Broverman, Sherryl A

  1. Puffer, E. S., Pian, J., Sikkema, K.J., Ogwang-Odhiambo, R.A., and Broverman, S. A., Developing a family-based HIV prevention intervention in rural Kenya: challenges in conducting community-based participatory research, edited by Joan E. Sieber, Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics: an International Journal, vol. 8 no. 2 (2013), pp. 119-128, University of California Press [119], [doi]  [abs].
  2. Matthews, E. J., Puffer, E. S., Meade, C. S, and Broverman, S. A, Implementation of a of a school-based HIV prevention program in rural Kenya after national dissemination., East African Medical Journal (2013)  [abs].

Chow, Rey

  1. R. Chow, Things, Commonplaces, Passages of a Port City: On Hong Kong and Hong Kong Author Leung Ping-kwan., in Sinophone Studies: A Critical Reader, edited by S. Shih, C. Tsai, and B. Bernards (2014), pp. 207-226, Columbia UP .
  2. R. Chow, China as Documentary: Basic Questions (Inspired by Michelangelo Antonioni and Jia Zhangke), (Looking after Europe), edited by Jeroen de Kloet and Yiu-fai Chow, European Journal of Cultural Studies 0 (0) (2013), pp. 1-15 .
  3. R. Chow, Fetish Power Unbound: A Small History of 'Woman' in Chinese Cinema, in The Oxford Handbook of Chinese Cinemas, edited by C. Rojas and E. Chow (2013), pp. 490-506, Oxford UP .
  4. R. Chow, On Chineseness as a Theoretical Problem., in Sinophone Studies: A Critical Reader, edited by S. Shih, C. Tsai, and B. Bernards (2013), pp. 43-56, Columbia UP .
  5. R. Chow, The Provocation of _Dim Sum_; or, Making Diaspora Visible on Film, in Diasporic Chineseness after the Rise of China: Communities and Cultural Production, edited by J. Kuehn, K. Louie, and D. M. Pomfret (2013), pp. 100-110, University of British Columbia P .
  6. R. Chow, What Does It Mean to Enjoy Life? Yang Fudong's _An Estranged Paradise_, in Yang Fudong, edited by P. Pirotte and B. Ruf (2013), pp. 129-30; 148-49 (German translation), UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive; Kunsthalle Zurich .
  7. R. Chow and Pooja Rangan, Race, Racism, and Postcoloniality, in The Oxford Handbook of Postcolonial Studies, edited by Graham Huggan (2013), pp. 396-411, Oxford UP .
  8. R. Chow, The Age of the World Target: Self-Referentiality in War, Theory, and Comparative Work (2014), Tokyo: Hosei University Press .
  9. R. Chow, Ethics after Idealism: Theory--Culture--Ethnicity--Reading. Chinese translation, trans. Wu Qiong (2013), Henan University Press .
  10. R. Chow, Postcolonial Visibilities, Zeitschrift fur Medienwissenschaft, vol. 2 (2013), pp. 132-45 .
  11. R. Chow, The Age of the World Target: Self-Referentiality in War, Theory, and Comparative Work, chapter 3, in Literatura europea comparada, edited by Cesar Dominguez (2013), pp. 147-75, Arcos Libros, S.L. .
  12. R. Chow, After the Passage of the Beast: 'False Documentary' Aspirations, Acousmatic Complications, in Ton. Texte zur Akustik im Documentarfilm, edited by V. Kamensky and J. Rohrhuber (2013), pp. 194-211, Verlag Vorwerk 8 .
  13. R. Chow, Remains' Regime Change?, World Picture, vol. 8 (spring 2013) (online journal.) .
  14. R. Chow, The Subject of Chinglish, "Towards a Global Literature/Verso una letteratura globalizzata", edited by Tim Parks and Eduardo Zuccato, Testo a Fronte: teoria e practica della traduzione letteraria 48 (1 semestre) (2013), pp. 155-62 .
  15. R. Chow, Ye Si yu shuqing, in Harvard History of Modern Chinese Literature, edited by David Der-wei Wang et al (2015, forthcoming), Harvard UP .
  16. R. Chow, Unacceptable Suffering: Rey Chow on Michael Haneke, Asian American Writers' Workshop, vol. January 24 (2013) (online journal, interview conducted by Jennifer Pan.) .
  17. R. Chow, After the Passage of the Beast: 'False Documentary' Aspirations, Acousmatic Complications, in Ranciere and Film, edited by Paul Bowman (2013), pp. 34-52, Edinburgh UP .
  18. R. Chow and James A. Steintrager, Mediation/Medium, in Keywords in German Aesthetics, edited by J.D. Mininger and J.M. Peck (2013-14, forthcoming), Harvard University Press .

Clare, Stephanie

  1. Stephanie Clare, “Geopower: The Politics of Life and Land in Frantz Fanon’s Writing”, Diacritics (2014) .
  2. Stephanie Clare, “Feeling Cold: Phenomenology, Spatiality, and the Politics of Sensation.”, differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, vol. 24 no. 1 (2013) .
  3. Stephanie Clare, “(Homo)normativity’s Romance: Happiness and Indigestion in Andrew Haigh’s Weekend”, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, vol. 27 no. 6 (2013) .
  4. Stephanie Clare, “Is the Rectum a Mirror? Queer Palindromes in John Greyson’s Fig Trees and Miranda July’s Me and You and Everyone We Know”, GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, vol. 19 no. 2 (2013) .

cooke, miriam

  1. m. cooke, Tribal Modern: Branding New Nations in the Arab Gulf, University of California Press (2013) .
  2. m. cooke, “Tadmor’s Ghosts”, Review of Middle East Studies 47/1 (2013) .
  3. m. cooke, • “Emerging Voices in Comparative Literature from the Middle East”, Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 9/2 (2013) .
  4. m. cooke, Feminism in Islam, in Encyclopedia of Sciences and Religions (2013) .
  5. m. cooke, “The New Empire”, Boundary 2 (2013) .
  6. m. cooke, “Hopes and Disappointments: Revolutionary Narratives from Egyptian and Syrian Feminists”, Jadaliyya (2013) .

Davidson, Cathy N.

  1. Davidson, Why Education Demands a Paradigm Shift, Public Culture (2013) .
  2. C.N. Davidson, “Changing Higher Education to Change the World,” Series of 8 Articles,, Fast Company (Spring-Fall 2012) .
  3. C.N. Davidson, “Strangers on a Train: A Chance Encounter Provides a Lesson in Complicity and the Never- Ending Crisis in the Humanities,, Academe: Magazine of the American Association of University Professors ((September 2011).) .
  4. C.N. Davidson, “Humanities and Technology in the Information Age,”, in The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity., edited by Edited by Robert Frodeman, Julie Thompson Klein and Carl Mitcha (2013) .

Deutsch, Sarah

  1. S. Deutsch, "Learning from Ludlow", in Making an American Workforce: The Colorado Fuel & Iron Company's Construction of a Workforce During the Rockefeller Years (2013), University of Colorado Press  [abs].

Edwards, Laura F.

  1. A Nation of Rights: A Legal History of the Civil War and Reconstruction (under contract to Cambridge University P) .
  2. “The Material Conditions of Dependency: The Hidden History of Free Women’s Control of Property in the Early Nineteenth Century South", in Signposts: New Directions in Southern Legal History, edited by Sally Hadden and Patricia Minter (2013), pp. 171-92, University of Georgia Press .
  3. “The Contradictions of Democracy in American Institutions”, in Democracy from Book to Life: Language and Practice in the North Atlantic 1750-1850, edited by Joanna Innes and Mark Philp (2013), pp. 40-54, Oxford University Press .

Finucci, Valeria

  1. V. Finucci, "Thinking through Death: The Politics of the Corpse." I am editor of this special issue of the "Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies", Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, vol. 45 no. 1 (January, 2015, forthcoming) .
  2. V. Finucci, Mirtilla, a Pastoral (1588). Critical Edition and Translation into English (Forthcoming) .
  3. Rebecca Messbarger, The Lady Anatomist: The Life and Works of Anna Morandi Manzolini, MLN (Forthcoming 2014) .
  4. Christopher Nissen, Kissing the Wild Woman, Early Modern Women Journal (Forthcoming 2014) .

French, John D.

  1. J.D. French, Review of A tessitura dos direitos: Patrões e empregados na justiça do trabalho, 1953 – 1964 by Larissa Correia, Hispanic American Historical Review, vol. 93 no. 4 (2013), pp. 723-4 [PDF].
  2. J.D. French, Política, Memória, e Vida Operaria na Cinebiografia Lula, Filho do Brasil, Perseu. História, Memória e Política [Revisa do Centro Sérgio Buarque de Holanda da Fundação Perseu Abramo] no. 6 (2013), pp. 259-277 .

Gabara, Esther

  1. Photography, Avant-Garde and Modernity, in A Companion to Modern and Contemporary Latin American & Latino Art, Blackwell Companions to Art History Series, edited by Alejandro Anreus, Robin Greeley, Megan Sullivan, co-editors (2015) .
  2. E. Gabara, Fictions of Emancipation: Collaborations With and Against the Law, ELN: English Language Notes, vol. 51 no. 1 (Summer, 2013), pp. 173-179  [abs].
  3. El triángulo museológico de las Bermudas: El Prado, el Museo de América y el Museo Nacional de Antropología, Revista SUR/versión. Investigación y creación de América Latina y el Caribe, vol. 2 no. 2 (2013) .

Glymph, Thavolia

  1. T. Glymph, "Rose’s War and the Gendered Politics of a Slave Insurgency in the Civil War", Journal of the Civil War Era, vol. 3 no. 4 (December, 2013), pp. 501-32 .
  2. T. Glymph, River of Dark Dreams: Slavery and Empire in the Cotton Kingdom by Walter Johnson, Journal of American History (2013) (Forthcoming.) .

Greer, Margaret R

  1. M.R. Greer, Lope de Vega, Comedias, Parte XI, Coords. Laura Fernández and Gonzalo Pontón, 2 vols. Madrid, Gredos, 2012., Calíope (2014) .
  2. M.R. Greer, Victor Dixon, En busca del Fénix. Quince estudios sobre Lope de Vega y su teatro., TC/12 / Iberoamericana / Vervuert. Madrid / Frankfurt am Main, 2013., Anuario Lope de Vega, vol. forthcoming (2014) .
  3. M.R. Greer, Francisco de Avellaneda, autor del entremés El infierno de Juan Rana, in Homenaje a Luis Iglesias Feijóo, vol. forthcoming (forthcoming, 2014) .
  4. M.R. Greer, Mapa de amanuenses teatrales del siglo XVII, in La comedia española en sus manuscritos, edited by Felipe Pedraza et al (forthcoming, 2014) .
  5. M.R. Greer, Place, Space, and Public Formation in the Drama of the Spanish Empire, in Making Space Public in Early Modern Europe: Performance, Potentiality, Privacy, edited by Angela Vanhaelen & Joseph Ward (Winter, 2013), pp. 76-97 .
  6. M.R. Greer, Don W. Cruickshank, Don Pedro Calderón. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), Modern Philology (Spring, 2013) .
  7. M.R. Greer, The Weight of Law in Calderón, edited by Grace Magnier, Bulletin of Spanish Studies, vol. 90 (Spring, 2013), pp. 651-678  [author's comments].
  8. M.R. Greer, Los reflejos del poder: Eco y Narciso de Calderón frente a Las Meninas de Velázquez, Anuario calderoniano, vol. 6 (2013), pp. 191-211 .
  9. M.R. Greer, Manos Teatrales: la historia contada por los manuscritos,”, TeaPal, vol. 7 (2013), pp. 516-531 .
  10. M.R. Greer and A. García-Reidy, Manos Teatrales: Cyber-Paleography and Early Modern Spanish Theater, Journal of Early Modern Cultural Studies, vol. 13 no. 4 (2013), pp. 133-136 .
  11. M.R. Greer, J. H. Elliott, Spain, Europe and the Wider World, 1500-1800, New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009, Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies, vol. 14 (2013) (online: DOI: 10.1080/14636204.2013.834736.) .
  12. M.R. Greer, Pedro Calderón de la Barca, dramaturgo cortesano, in La literatura en la época de Felipe IV, in an 8-vol series, "La monarquía de Felipe V", dir. José Martínez Millán, edited by M. Teresa Ferrer Valls (2013) .

Hasso, Frances S

  1. F.S. Hasso, Review of Khul‘ Divorce in Egypt: Public Debates, Judicial Practices, and Everyday Life, by Nadia Sonneveld (Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2012), Journal of Middle East Women's Studies, vol. 9 no. 3 (Fall, 2013), pp. 137-139 .
  2. F.S. Hasso, Alternative Worlds at the 2013 World Social Forum in Tunis, Jadaliyya (April, 2013) [alternative-worlds-at-the-2013-world-social-forum-] .

Holloway, Karla FC

  1. K.Holloway, Beloved: America's Grammar Book, Daedalus, the Journal of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, vol. 1 no. 143 (Winter, 2014) .
  2. Speakers for the Dead (February 3, 2014) [html]  [abs].
  3. How Black Authors Write About Law and Race, NPR's WUNC The State of Things with Frank Stasio (January 23, 2014) [how-black-authors-write-about-us-law-and-race] .
  4. Legal Fictions: Constituting Law, Composing Literature (2014), Duke University Press .

Hong, Guo-Juin

  1. G. Hong, Limits of Visibility: Taiwan's Tongzhi Movement in Mickey Chen's Documentaries, positions: asia critique, vol. 21 no. 3 (Summer, 2013), pp. 683-701 .
  2. G. Hong, Voices and Their Discursive Dis/COntent in Taiwan Documentary, Frontiers of Literary Studies in China, vol. 7 no. 2 (June, 2013), pp. 183-193 .
  3. G. Hong, Taiwan Cinema: A Contested Nation on Screen, paperback edition with expanded afterword (2013), Palgrave Macmillan .
  4. G. Hong, Theatrics of Cruising: Bath Houses and MOvie Houses in Tsia Ming-Linag's Films, in Queer Sinophone Cultures, edited by Howard Chiang and Ari Larissa Heinrich (2013), Routledge .

Janiak, Andrew

  1. A. Janiak, Newton's Philosophy, SECOND EDITION, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2013) .
  2. A. Janiak, Isaac Newton, in Oxford Handbook of British Philosophy in the Seventeenth Century (2013), Oxford University Press .

Jenson, Deborah

  1. Deborah Jenson, Adrien and Marcel Proust: Fathering Neurasthenic Memory, in Being Contemporary: (Un)Timely Essays in French Culture, edited by Lia Brozgal and Sara Kippur (2015), Liverpool UP .
  2. Deborah Jenson, Toussaint Louverture, 'Maroon' French, and Multimodal Genius, in Rethinking an Icon: Toussaint Louverture and Caribbean Cultural Production, edited by Natalie Léger and Mariana Past (2015), Editorial del Caribe .
  3. Deborah Jenson, Bonnie Kaiser, Brandon Kohrt, and Hunter Keys, Trauma and Mental Health in Humanitarian Crises: The Case of Haiti (Under contract), Left Coast Press .
  4. Doris Kadish and Deborah Jenson, translated by Normal Shapiro, Poetry of the Haitian Independence (forthcoming, 2014), Yale University Press .
  5. Deborah Jenson, Neuroscience and the Poetics of the Haitian Declaration of Independence, edited by Julia Gaffield (2015) .
  6. Deborah Jenson and Lesley Curtis, The Haitian Revolution, in The Encyclopedia of Race and Racism, 2nd edition, edited by Patrick Mason, vol. 2 (2013), pp. 277-284, Gale .

Kahnke, Corinna

  1. C. Kahnke, “Generation Golf meets Zonenkinder.”, in Popliteratur (2013) .
  2. C. Kahnke, Rammstein Rocking the Republic - A Cultural Reading of a Germany's Shock 'n' Roll Circus, in Fire, Flames and Ashes. New Perspectives on Rammstein (2013) .
  3. C. Kahnke, Transnational Teutonen – Rammstein Representing the Berlin Republic, The Journal of Popular Music Studies (2013) .
  4. C. Kahnke, Popular Music in 21st Century Germany: Politics, Histories, and Trajectories. Special Issue., The Journal of Popular Music Studies (2013) .

Kirk, Robin

  1. R. Kirk, The Quiet Company, in Tomorrow, edited by Karen Henderson (June, 2013), Kayelle Press  [abs].
  2. R. Kirk, The Dark Army, edited by Leslee Goodman, The Moon Magazine (2013) .

Krylova, Anna

  1. A. Krylova, “A History of the Soviet: The Lingua Franca of Soviet Modernity” - under revisions, Slavic Review (Fall, 2014) .
  2. A. Krylova, “Soviet Modernity: Stephen Kotkin and The Bolshevik Predicament”, Contemporary European History (May, 2014) .
  3. A. Krylova, “Soviet Modernity: Stephen Kotkin and The Bolshevik Predicament", Contemporary European History (May, 2014) .

Kuran, Timur

  1. T. Kuran, Banks and Banking, in Encyclopedia of Islam, 3rd. ed. (2014), Brill .
  2. Timur Kuran, "Interview with Vincent Hendricks", in Socio-Epistemic Phenomena: 5 Questions, edited by Rasmus K. Rendsvig and Vincent F. Hendricks (2013), pp. in press, Automatic Press / VIP .
  3. Timur Kuran and Anantdeep Singh, Economic Modernization Late British India: Hindu-Muslim Differences, Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 61 (2013), pp. 503-38 .
  4. Timur Kuran, The Political Consequences of Islam’s Economic Legacy, Philosophy and Social Criticism, vol. 39 (2013), pp. 345-405 .
  5. Timur Kuran, Religious Obstacles to Democratization in the Middle East: Past and Present, The Wealth and Well-Being of Nations, vol. 5 (2013), pp. 17-39 .

Kwon, Nayoung Aimee

  1. Nayoung Aimee Kwon, Conflicting Nostalgia: Performing The Tale of Ch’unhyang in the Japanese Empire, Journal of Asian Studies (February, 2014) .
  2. Nayoung Aimee Kwon, What/Where is Decolonial Asia?, Social Text (July, 2013) .
  3. Nayoung Aimee Kwon, Images of Korea in Japanese Literature, in Imperatives of Culture: Selected Essays on Korean History, Culture, and Society from the Japanese Colonial Era (2013), University of Hawaii Press .

Lamm, Kimberly K

  1. K.K. Lamm, Modern Spectacle and American Feminism’s Disappointing Daughters: Writing Fantasy Echoes in The Portrait of a Lady, Feminist Theory (Summer, 2014) (Special Issue devoted to the work of Joan Scott, edited by Victoria Hesford and Lisa Diedrich..) .
  2. K.K. Lamm, The Midwife's Clothing: Jessie Fauset In and Out of Fashion, in Crossings in Text and Textile, Reading Dress, edited by Katherine Joslin and Daneen Wardrop (Summer, 2014), University of New Hampshire Press  [author's comments].
  3. K.K. Lamm, Girly Men Ballads: (Il)legible Identities in Charles Bernstein and Gertrude Stein, in The Salt Companion to Charles Bernstein, edited by William Allegrezza (November, 2013), pp. 57-84, Salt Publishing  [author's comments].
  4. K.K. Lamm, Fair Realism: The Aesthetics of Restraint in Barbara Guest's Collaborations, in Collaborations in New York School Poetry: The Color of Vowels, Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, edited by Mark Silverberg (2013), pp. 113-140, Palgrave MacMillan .
  5. K.K. Lamm, 'Pussy in a Can': Sexual Trafficking, Feminization, and Neoliberalism in The Wire (2013) .
  6. K.K. Lamm, Review of Alice Notley's In the Pines, edited by Ed Foster, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, vol. 36-37 (2008-2009), pp. 23-27 .

Litzinger, Ralph A

  1. R.A. Litzinger, The Pollution Crisis and Environmental Activism in China: Interview with Ralph Litzinger, Dissent: A Quarterly of Politics and Culture (May 15, 2015) [the-pollution-crisis-and-environmental-activism-in-china-a-qa-with-anthropologist-ralph-litzinger] .
  2. R.A. Litzinger, Review: Ecologies of Comparison: An Ethnography of Endangerment in Hong Kong, American Ethnologist (2015) .
  3. R.A. Litzinger, Preface: Nagtsang Nulo's Joys and Sorrows, in Amdo: Joys and Sorrows (2015) .
  4. R.A. Litzinger, The Afterlives of Shangri-la, in Mapping Shangrila: Nature, Personhood, and Polity in the Sino-Tibetan Borderlands (2015), University of Washington Press .
  5. R.A. Litzinger, China's Global Futures, in Development and Displacement: China and its Global Footprint (2015), Duke University Press .
  6. R.A. Litzinger, Schooling the Migrant Margins of Beijing, in Development and Displacement: China and its Global Footprint (2015), Duke University Press .
  7. R.A. Litzinger, Development and Displacement: China and its Global Footprint (2015), Duke University Press .
  8. R.A. Litzinger, Labor in China: A New Politics of Struggle, South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 112 no. 1 (January, 2013)  [author's comments].
  9. R.A. Litzinger, Face au désastre écologique en Chine, les différents visages de la mobilisation. Entretien." Propose receuillis par Jeffrey Wasserstrom and Charlotte Nordmann, La Revue de Livres no. 012 (2013), pp. 64-69 .

Longino, Michele L

  1. M.L. Longino, Le Voyageur, les Eunuques, et le Serrail : L’Oculaire par Procuration, Littératures classiques (January, 2013)  [abs].
  2. M.L. Longino, Portrait de Jean Thévenot: voyageur et savant, edited by Sylvie Requemora-Gros, Mélanges à l'honneur de Pierre Ronzeaud (2013), pp. 6 .
  3. M.L. Longino, « Constantinople : The Telling and the Taking, », edited by Marcus Keller, ed., L’Esprit Créateur, vol. 53 no. 4 (2013), pp. 124-138 .
  4. « Jean Thévenot, le Levant et le récit de voyage », edited by Larry Norman, 17e Siècle, vol. 258 no. 1 (January-March 2013 (2013), pp. 55-64 .

Lubiano, Wahneema

  1. W. Lubiano, Affect and Rearticulating the Racial "Un-sayables", Cultural Anthropology, vol. 28 no. 3 (2013), pp. 540-543 [pdf] .

Makhulu, Anne-Maria B

  1. Anne-Maria Makhulu, Welfare, edited by Michael Hardt, South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 115 no. 1 (2013) .
  2. Anne-Maria Makhulu, Migrations: The Politics of Domestic Life in Cape Town, 1945-1985, Comparative Studies in Society and History (2013) .
  3. Anne-Maria Makhulu, Making Freedom: The Politics of Domestic Life in Cape Town (2013) (is ready for resubmission and a second round of reviews.)  [abs].
  4. Anne-Maria Makhulu, Gaining Ground: Squatters and the Right to the City, in Enchantings: Modernity, Culture, and the State in Postcolonial Africa, edited by Tejumola Olaniyan, ed. (2013), University of Indiana Press  [abs].
  5. Anne-Maria Makhulu, The Debt Economy: Credit and Capture in South Africa, edited by Michaeline Crichlow, ed., Cultural Dynamics (2013) .

McLarney, Ellen A.

  1. Women's Rights in the Egyptian Constitution: (Neo)Liberalism's Family Values, Jadaliyya (May 22, 2013) [womens-rights-in-the-egyptian-constitution_%28neo%29li] .

Meyers, Carol L

  1. Eve, in Bible Odyssey (website) (2013) (main page essay for.) .

Meyers, Eric M

  1. E.M. Meyers, Carol Meyers and Mark Chancey, The Bible in the Public Square Its Enduring Influence in American Life, Biblical Scholarship in North America, vol. 27 (2014), Society of Biblical Literature .

Mignolo, Walter D

  1. W.D. Mignolo, Initial entry in exhibit-event catalog: Spirituality, Subjectivity and (Im) migrant Consciousness: The Tasks Ahead, in CATALOG OF BE-BOP 2014, EXHIBITS, PERFORMANCES AND LECTURES (MAY 2014) [pdf]  [abs].
  2. Eleni Kalantidou and Toty Fry, Designs in the Borderland: And Exchange, in Designs in the Borderland, edited by Eleni Kalantidou and Tony Fry (2014), pp. 173-188, Routledge (A closing interview of an edited book.) [0415725194] .
  3. W.D. Mignolo, Looking for the meaning of "Decolonial Gesture.", edited by Diana Taylor and Macarena Gomez-Barris, E-misferica, vol. 11 no. 1 (March 2014), pp. 6600 words, Hemispheric Institute .
  4. W.D. Mignolo, The City, the Country and the Resurgence of the Disavowed.", The South as State of Main. Main Focus. Polis, vol. 4 no. 4 (March 2014), pp. 70-72, Kunhsthalle Athena [available here] .
  5. Javier Lorca, El control de los cuerpos y los saberes, Seccion Universidad, Pagina 12, Argentine Newspaper (July 8, 2014), Pagina 12 (Newspaper interview.) [html] .
  6. Weihua He, The Prospect of Harmony and the Deolonial View of the World, Critical Legal Thinking (June 12, 2014), pp. 23000 Words, Critical Legal Thinking (CLT is a plat­form for crit­ical legal schol­ars and allied thinkers to pub­lish the­or­et­ic­ally informed com­ment and ana­lysis..) [available here] .
  7. Francisco Carballo, Una concepcion descolonial del mundo Conversacion de Francisco Carballo con Walter Mignolo (2014), pp. 158 [available here]  [abs].
  8. W.D. Mignolo, Spirit Out of Bound Returns to the East: The Closing of the Social Sciences and the Opening of Independent Thoughts, Current Sociology, vol. 62 no. 4 (March 2014), pp. 584-602, Sage Journal (Special issue devote to Eurocentrism and the Production of Knoweldge.) [584.abstract] .
  9. W.D. Mignolo, Avlankning (Translation of Delinking: the rhetoric of modernity, the logic of coloniality and the grammar of decoloniaity) (2014), pp. 180 (Translated from English into Swedish by Patricia Lorenzoni.) [available here] .
  10. Decolonial aesthetic/aesthesis has become connector across the continents", edited by Editor-in-chief: Julia Grosse, jgrosse@contemporaryand.com, Contemporary And (2014), pp. 2000 [available here]  [abs].
  11. Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández, Decolonial options and aesthetic/aesthesic entanglements: an interview with Walter Mignolo, vol. 3 no. 1 (2014), pp. 196-212, 11000 words [21310]  [abs].
  12. Alejandro Gortazar, Pensar como sudaca, Newspaper, La Diaria, Montevideo, Uruguay (2014), La Diaria Newspaper, Montevideo, Uruguay (Interview during my visit and lecturing in Montevideo, in April of 2014.) [available here] .
  13. W.D. Mignolo, Sensing Otherwise. A Story of an Exhibition, edited by Anthony Downey, IBRAAZ. Contemporary Visual Culture in North Africa and the Middle East (September 30, 2013), Kamel Lazaar Foundation, [57]  [abs].
  14. W.D. Mignolo, On the colonization of Amerindian languages and memories, in Literacy Studies, Vol 1 (July 2013), Sage Publication [pdf] .
  15. W.D. Mignolo, L' idea di America Latina. Geostoria di una teoria decoloniale (July 2013), pp. 208, Mimesis [9788857513058] .
  16. Rolando Vazquez, Decolonial AestheSis: Colonial Wounds/Decolonial Healings, Social Text-Periscope: An Online Journal--- (2013), Social Text Editors, New York (This is the first collective report on Decolonial Aesthesis since its beginning in Bogota, November 2010..) [pdf] .
  17. Alanna Lockward, Decolonizing the Cold War:: BE-BOP 2013, Black Europe Body Politics, ArtLabour Archives, Berlin, Germany, Catalogue of the Exhibit and Workshop--- (May 2013) [pdf] .
  18. W.D. Mignolo, Re:Emerging, Discentering and Delinking: Shifing thte Geographies of Sensing, Knowing and Believing, edited by Anthony Downey, IBRAAZ: Contemporary Visual Cultures in North Africa and the Middle East, vol. Platform 6 (May 8, 2013), Kamal Lazar Foundation (A report on Sharjah Biennial 11, March 13-May 13, 2013..) [available here] .
  19. W.D. Mignolo, "Going Both Ways: An interview with Yuko Hasegawa", edited by Antony Downey, IBRAAZ: Contemporary Visual Cultures in North Africa and the Middle East, vol. Platform 6 (2013), Kamel Lazar Foundation (An interview with Yuko Hasegawa, Curator of the Sharjah Biennial 11, conducted by Stephanie Bailey and Walter Mignolo.) [79] .
  20. W.D. Mignolo, Yes, We Can: Non-European Thinkers and Philosophers, Al Jazeera (Feb 16, 2013) [html] .
  21. W.D. Mignolo, (De) coloniality and (Un) easy postcolonialilsm. Preface to a special issue of WKO, WKO, World and Knowledges Otherwise, edited by Manuela Boatca, Web Journal, WKO, vol. 3 no. 3 (November 13,2013), pp. 1-4, Center for Global Studies and the Humanities [volume-3-dossier-3-uneasy-postcolonialisms] .
  22. W.D. Mignolo, The Point of Non-Return:The Re-Emergence of the Disavowed, edited by Timothy Mitchell and Anupama Rao, Comparative Studies of Asia, Africa and the Middle East, vol. 33 no. 3 (December 2013), pp. 268-271, Duke University Press (Invited esponse to the "Mission Statement".) [current] .
  23. W.D. Mignolo, Walter Mignolo y el pensamiento descolonial, elPeriodico (January 5, 2014), pp. 2-4, elPeriodico, Sunday Cultural Suplement (Interview conducted in November 2013.) [available here] .
  24. W.D. Mignolo, Middelburg Decolonial Summer School, VIMEO (November 2013), Roosevelt Academy of the University of Utrecth (An interview organized and orchestrated, filmed and put together by students of the Summer School..) [79558377] .
  25. W.D. Mignolo, Desobediencia epistemica y descolonizacion de las ciencias sociales, in Formas de Comprender el Presente. Conferencias reunidas de la catedra Norbert Lechner, 2010-11, edited by Rodrigo Cordero Vega no. 23-52 (2013), Universidad Diego Portales [available here]  [author's comments].
  26. Rolando Vazquez, Introduction to Decolonial Aesthesis. Colonial Wounds, Decolonial Healings, edited by Walter Mignolo and Rolando Vazquez, Social Text-Periscope, Web Publication (July 2013), pp. 9, Social Text [available here] .
  27. W.D. Mignolo, ¨Who Speaks for the ´Human¨ in Human Rights?¨, in Human Rights from the Third World Perspectives. Critique, History and International Law, edited by Juan Manuel Barreto (August 2013), Cambridge Scholar PUblishers [1443840580] .
  28. W.D. Mignolo, Imperial/Colonial Metamorphosis. A decolonial Narrative from the Ottoman Sultanate and Spanish Empire to the US and the EU, in The Oxford Handbook of Postcolonial Studies, edited by Graham Huggan (2013), pp. 107-127, Oxford University Press [9780199588251] .
  29. W.D. Mignolo, Decolonizing the Nation-State: Zionism in the Coloniral Horizon of Modernity, in Deconstructing Zionism. A Critique of Political Metaphysics, Political Theory and Contemporary Philosophy, edited by Gianni Vattimo and Michael Marder (2013), pp. 57-75, Bloomsbury [9781441105943] .
  30. W.D. Mignolo, On Compaison: Who is Comparing What and Why?, in Comparison, edited by Rita Flesh and Susan Stanford Friedman (2013), The John Hopkins University Press [1421409127] .
  31. W.D. Mignolo, ¨Reflections on Be.Bop 2012. Black Europe Body Politics, edited by Ovidiu Tichindeleanu, IDEA. Art + Society, vol. 42 (August 2013), pp. 7, http://idea.ro/revista/?q=en/Tichindeleanu [available here] .
  32. W.D. Mignolo, "Re-emerger. El retorno del este global y del sur global", entrevista de Norma Giarraca, edited by Alcira Argumedo, sociologist and national deputee, Causa Sur. Pensar Nuestra America. Revista de Pensamiento Politico no. 5 (Diciembre 2013), pp. 7, Proyecto Sur [-se-lanz%C3%B3-la-revista-causa-sur-n%C2%B0-5.html#.Usd9BfZfiv1] .
  33. W.D. Mignolo, Geopolitics of knowing, sensing and knowing: on (de) coloniality, border thinking and epistemic disobedience, edited by Robert Aman, Division of Education and Adult learning, Linköping University, Confero. Essays on Education, Philosophy and Politics, vol. 1 no. 1 (Spring 2013), pp. 129-150 [confero.2001-4562.13v1i1]  [author's comments].
  34. W.D. Mignolo, Enacting the archive, displacing the muses: on the Doha Museum of Islamic Art and the Singapoore Museum of Asian Civilizations, edited by Anthony Dowen, IBRAAZ. Contemporary Visual Culture in South Africa and the Middle East, vol. Platform 6 (November 6, 2013), pp. 4000 words [77]  [author's comments].

Mirovitskaya, Natalia S

  1. William Ascher, Economic Roots of Conflict and Cooperation in Africa (2013), pp. 292, Palgrave Macmillan [theeconomicrootsofconflictandcooperationinafrica]  [abs].
  2. Ascher, William, and Natalia Mirovitskaya, Development Strategies and Evolution of Violence in Africa, in Economic Roots of Conflict and Cooperation in Africa, edited by Ascher, William, and Natalia Mirovitskaya (2013), pp. 1-33, Palgrave Macmillan [theeconomicrootsofconflictandcooperationinafrica] .
  3. William Ascher, Learning from the Field, in Economic Roots of Conflict and Cooperation in Africa., edited by Ascher, William, and Natalia Mirovitskaya (2013), pp. 243-251, Palgrave Macmillan [theeconomicrootsofconflictandcooperationinafrica] .
  4. William Ascher, Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia (2013), pp. 364, Palgrave Macmillan [developmentstrategiesidentitiesandconflictinasia]  [abs].
  5. William Ascher, The Conflict-Development Nexus in Asia: Policy Approaches, in Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia, edited by William Ascher and Natalia Mirovitskaya (2013), pp. 315-320, Palgrave Macmillan [developmentstrategiesidentitiesandconflictinasia] .
  6. William Ascher, The Nexus of Economic Strategies and Intergroup Violence, in Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia, edited by William Ascher and Natalia Mirovitskaya (2013), pp. 47-98, Palgrave Macmillan [developmentstrategiesidentitiesandconflictinasia] .
  7. William Ascher, War, Peace, and Many Shades in Between: Asia in the New Millennium, in Development Strategies, Identities, and Conflict in Asia, edited by William Ascher and Natalia Mirovitskaya (2013), pp. 1-45, Palgrave Macmillan [developmentstrategiesidentitiesandconflictinasia] .

Mitchell, Rob

  1. R. Mitchell, Experimental Life: Vitalism in Romantic Science and Literature (2013), The Johns Hopkins University Press (2013 British Society for Literature and Science Annual Book Prize Winner; 2014 Michelle Kendrick Memorial Book Prize, Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts.) [experimental-life] .
  2. Mitchell, Access, Entanglement, and Prosociality, American Journal of Bioethics, vol. 13 no. 6 (2013), pp. 49-51 .
  3. Mitchell, Bioart: Media, Evolution, Culture, in Evolution Haute Couture: Art and Science in the Post-Biological Age, edited by Dmitry Bulatov, vol. 2 (2013), BB NCAA (English with parallel Russian translation.) .
  4. Mitchell, Bioart e biotechnologie dal punto di vista filosofico di Simondon, in Il Divenire della Conoscenza: Estetica e contingenza del reale, edited by Anna Long and Roberto Masiero (2013), Mimesis Edizioni .

Moi, Toril

  1. T. Moi, Hedda's Silences: Beauty and Despair in Hedda Gabler, Modern Drama, vol. 56 no. 4 (Winter, 2014), pp. 434-56 .
  2. T. Moi, Afterword: How the French Read, New Literary History, vol. 44 no. 2 (Spring, 2014), pp. 299-314 .
  3. T. Moi, "Det vanskelige ved virkeligheten: Om språk og oppmerksomhet i litteraturen og filosofien” [The difficulty of reality: About language and attention in literature and philosophy], in The Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Letters: Yearbook 2012 (2014), pp. 299-314, Novus Forlag (This essay is an earlier version of Språk og oppmerksomhet [Language and Attention].) .
  4. T. Moi, Stumhet og kjærlighet: En lesning av Amtmandens Døttre” [Muteness and Love: A Reading of Camilla Collett’s The Sheriff’s Daughters]., in Å bli en stemme, edited by Trond Haugen, Hege Stensrud Høsøien, and Marius Wulfsberg (2014), Nasjonalbiblioteket (7,400 words.) .
  5. T. Moi, Ibsen's Late Style, in Henrik Ibsen, The Master Builder and Other Plays (2014), Penguin Books (9,000 words.) .
  6. T. Moi, Dikteren og døden [The aging writer and death; about Ibsen], Morgenbladet (Oslo) (December 12, 2013), pp. 28-30 .
  7. T. Moi, Mot til å overleve [Courage to survive], Essay on Vigdis Hjorth, Fryd og Fare, Morgenbladet (Oslo) (November 22, 2013), pp. 52-53 .
  8. T. Moi, Å skrive er å tenke [Writing is Thinking; about the importance of writing in society], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (August 10, 2013), pp. 50-51 .
  9. T. Moi, Den bedagelige norske studenten [The laid-back Norwegian student; about drop-out rates], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (July 6, 2013), pp. 42-43 .
  10. T. Moi, Den innbilt syke? [The imaginary invalid? About female Viagra], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (June 1, 2013), pp. 62-63 .
  11. T. Moi, Feminisme sett fra toppen [Top-down feminism; about Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (May 4, 2013), pp. 62-63 .
  12. T. Moi, Kongelige kropper [Royal Bodies; about the controversy surrounding Hilary Mantel's remarks about the Duchess of Cambridge], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (March 23, 2013), pp. 58-59 .
  13. T. Moi, Å bli den amerikanske drømmen [To become the American dream; About Sonia Sotomayor's My Beloved World], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (March 16, 2013), pp. 50-51 .
  14. T. Moi, Pillars of Society, Program Note, Dramaten Theater, Stockholm (February, 2013) .
  15. T. Moi, "Stumhet og kjærlighet" [Muteness and Love; about Camilla Collett's novel Amtmandens Døttre], Morgenbladet (Oslo) (February 1, 2013), pp. 41-43 .
  16. T. Moi, "Å bli en stemme" [To become a voice; about Camilla Collett's 200th anniversary), Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (January 19, 2013), pp. 54-55 .
  17. T. Moi, Språk og oppmerksomhet [Language and Attention] (2013), pp. 93, Aschehoug (A long essay, published as a pamphlet. 14,000 words..) .
  18. T. Moi, Shame and Openness: On Karl Ove Knausgård,, Salmagundi Magazine no. 107 (Winter), pp. 205-10 (Translated by Toril Moi and Anders Firing Lunde..) .
  19. T. Moi, 'Something That Might Resemble a Kind of Love': Fantasy and Realism in Henrik Ibsen's Little Eyolf, in Understanding Love Through Philosophy, Film, and Fiction, edited by Susan Wolf and Christopher Grau (2013), pp. 185-208, Oxford University Press .

Mottahedeh, Negar

  1. N. Mottahedeh, ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s Journey West: The Course of Human Solidarity (Palgrave, April 2013) (April, 2013)  [abs] [author's comments].

Nelson, Diane M

  1. D.M. Nelson, ’Yes to Life = No to Mining:’ Counting as Biotechnology in Life(Ltd) Guatemala, The Scholar and the Feminist Online (October, 2013) [available here] .
  2. D.M. Nelson, Vitamin, Somatosphere: Science, Medicine and Anthropology (October, 2013) [commonplaces] .
  3. D.M. Nelson, Carlota McAllister, Aftermath: Harvests of Violence and Histories of the Future, in War By Other Means Aftermath in Post-Genocide Guatemala (2013), Duke UP .
  4. D.M. Nelson, 100% OMNILIFE: Health, Economy, and the End/s of War, in War By Other Means Aftermath in Post-Genocide Guatemala (2013), Duke UP .
  5. D.M. Nelson, Carlota McAllister, War By Other Means Aftermath in Post-Genocide Guatemala (2013), Duke UP .

Olcott, Jocelyn H.

  1. Jocelyn Olcott, Review of Rosana Blanco Cano, Cuerpos disidentes del México imaginado, Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América Latina y el Caribe (2013, forthcoming) .
  2. Jocelyn Olcott, Review of Sonia Lipsett-Rivera, Gender and the Negotiation of Daily Life in Mexico, 1750-1865, American Historical Review (2013, forthcoming) .
  3. Jocelyn Olcott, Transnational Feminism: Event, Temporality, and Performance at the 1975 International Women’s Year Conference, in Cultures in Motion, edited by Daniel T. Rodgers (2013), Princeton University Press .

Paletz, David L

  1. David L. Paletz, Sherman's March: Romantic Love in Documentary Films, in Understanding Love: Philosophy, Film, and Fiction, edited by Susan Wolf and Chris Grau (2014), pp. 231-250, Oxford University Press .

Powell, Richard J

  1. Richard J. Powell, "Freeman Henry Morris Murray: Emancipation and the Freed in American Sculpture", The Art Bulletin, vol. 95 (December, 2013), pp. 646-649 .
  2. Richard J. Powell, "Foreword: Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Devotional Memorial", in Tell It with Pride: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Shaw Memorial, edited by Sarah Greenough & Nancy Anderson (2013), pp. xv-xvii, 185, Yale University Press .

Prasad, Leela

  1. Leela Prasad & Baba Prasad, Moved by Gandhi [A documentary film] (2015) .

Rasmussen, Ann Marie

  1. A. Rasmussen, Reprint of: Moving Beyond Sexuality in Medieval Sexual Badges, in Nahrung, Notdurft, Obszönität, edited by A. Grafetstaetter (2013), University of Bamberg Press .
  2. A. Rasmussen, Moving beyond Sexuality in Medieval Sexual Badges, in From Beasts to Souls: Gender and Embodiment in Medieval Europe, edited by E. Jane Burns and Peggy McCracken (2013), pp. 296-335, Notre Dame, IN: Univ. of Notre Dame Press .
  3. A. Rasmussen and H. Madden, Hiding in Plain Sight, College and Research Library News (2013)  [author's comments].
  4. A. Rasmussen, Review of Jens Haustein and Franz Körndle, eds. Die ‘Jenaer Liederhandschrift’: Codex - Geschichte - Umfeld (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2010), Speculum (2013) .

Reeves, Martha

  1. M. Reeves, Business and Management Strategies in Healthcare, in Business and Management Strategies in Healthcare (September, 2014), Certified Medical Representatives (CRM) (I was a contributor and consultant..) .
  2. M. Reeves, Leadership and Management in the Biopharmaceutical Industry, in Leadership and Management in the Biopharmaceutical Industry (August, 2014), Certified Medical Representatives (CRM) (I was a contributor and consultant for this publication.) .
  3. M. Reeves, 21c Museum Hotels: A Company Breaking Branding and Product Conventions, Journal of Business to Consumer Marketing (2014), Henry Stewart Publishing (The journal is expected to be published in the first quarter of 2015.) .
  4. Supply Chain Management in Sri Lanka, in Female Entrepreneurship and the New Venture Creation, edited by Dana Kariv (September, 2013), pp. 174-180, Routledge .

Rego, Marcia S.

  1. M.S. Rego, Towards a Legible Anthropology: Airing our Dirty Laundry (2014) (Interactive Installation.) [available here]  [abs].

Rojas, Carlos

  1. Carlos Rojas, Homesickness: Culture, Contagion, and National Reform in Modern China (2015), Harvard University Press .
  2. Yan Lianke (Carlos Rojas, trans.), The Four Books (2015), Grove/Atlantic .
  3. Carlos Rojas and Eileen Chow, Oxford Handbook of Chinese Cinemas (2013), Oxford University Press .

Rosenberg, Gabriel N

  1. G.N. Rosenberg, Breeding the Future: 4-H and the Roots of the Modern Rural World, Politics and Culture in Modern America (2015), University of Pennsylvania Press .

Shah, Purnima

  1. Shah, Purnima, Contemporary Indian Dance: New Choreographies in India and the Diaspora by Ketu Katrak. Palgrave, 2011, Theatre Journal, vol. 65 no. 3 (October, 2013) .
  2. Shah, Purnima, Bhaktirasa and Physio-spiritual Transcendence in the Devotional Practice of Indian Dance-Theatre (manuscript in progress) (2013) .
  3. Shah, Purnima, Garba Dance and Goddess Worship in Gujarat, India (in-progress) (2013) .
  4. Shah, Purnima, Performing Migration: the Journeys of Indian Dance in America, Attendance Journal, vol. 15 (2013), pp. 54-61 .

Sigal, Peter H.

  1. Sodomy, in Lexikon of the Hispanic Baroque: Transatlantic Exchange and Transformation (2013), University of Texas Press .

Silverblatt, Irene M.

  1. I.M. Silverblatt, Confronting Nationalisms, Cosmopolitan Visions, and the Politics of Memory: Aesthetics of Reconciliation and Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger in Western Ukraine, Dissidences (Winter, 2012) (Special volume on Reconciliation.)  [abs] [author's comments].
  2. I.M. Silverblatt, "Inca Women", in Encyclopedia of the Incas, edited by Gary Urton and Adriana von Hagen (in press), Altamira Press .
  3. I.M. Silverblatt, Aclla, in Encyclopedia of the Incas, edited by Gary Urton and Adriana von Hagen (in press), Altamira Press .
  4. I.M. Silverblatt, Prologo, in No Se Puede Descolonizar Sin Despatriarcalizar: Teoria y Propuesta de la Despatriarcalizacion, by Maria Galindo (2013), Mujeres Creando .
  5. I.M. Silverblatt, Haunting the Modern Andean State: Colonial Legacies of Race and Civilization, in Off-Centered States: State Formation and Deformation in the Andes, edited by Christopher Krupa and David Nugent (in press), University of Pennsylvania Press .

Smith-Lovin, Lynn

  1. Peggy Thoits, "Culture, social structure and emotion in the sociology of emotion", Emotion Review (Forthcoming, 2014) .
  2. Cary Moskovitz, A Very Short Guide to Writing in Sociology (2013), Oxford University Press (under contract) .
  3. Jeffery A. Smith and Miller McPherson, "Social distance in the United States: Homophily on Race, Sex, Age, Education and Religion, 1985-2004", American Sociological Review (Forthcoming) .
  4. Steven Foy, Robert Freeland, Andrew Miles, Kimberly B. Rogers, "Emotion and affect in the social psychology of inequality.", in Social Psychology of Inequality, edited by Edward Lawler, Jane McLeod and Michael Schwalbe (2013), Springer .

Starn, Orin

  1. O. Starn, editor, Writing Culture and the Life of Anthropology (2014), Duke University Press .

Stein, Rebecca L.

  1. Rebecca Stein and Adi Kuntsman, When Instagram Went to War: Social Media and Israel's Occupation (forthcoming), Stanford University Press .
  2. R.L. Stein, Viral Occupation Cameras and Networked Human Rights in the West Bank, Middle East Report (2013) [mero032013] .
  3. R.L. Stein, Dispossession Reconsidered: Israel, Nakba, Things (in French), Ethnologie Francaise -- Special issue, "Israel au Quotidien" (forthcoming) .

Stiles, Kristine

  1. K. Stiles, Concerning Consequences: Studies in Art, Destruction, and Trauma, 1978-2014 (2014), University of Chicago Press (Forthcoming.) .
  2. Kicking Holes in the Darkness: Rhys Ernst and Zackary Drucker, in Whitney Biennial 2014 (2014), pp. 56-61, Whitney Museum of American Art (Authors of the catalog include the curators of the 2014 Whitney Biennial, Stuart Comer, Anthony Elms, Michelle Grabner..) [pdf] .
  3. The Ideal Gifts of Istvan Kantor, in PERMANENT REVOLUTION: The Art of Istvan Kantor (2014), pp. 73-87 (Edited by Linda Feesey, and co-edited by Mireille Bourgeois.) .
  4. ‘…but a hammer with which to shape it.’: Media Art and Society 1959-2013, in Pioneering Values: WRO 15th Biennial (2014) .
  5. 'I’m Ready.' Thinking About Artists’ Writings in a Global Context, in Not a day without a line. Understanding artists' writings, edited by Helen De Prester (2013), pp. 177-203, Academia Press  [abs] [author's comments].
  6. Performance Art, in Oxford Bibliographies in Art History, edited by Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann (2013), Oxford University Press  [abs] [author's comments].
  7. Preface, in ARTPOOL The Experimental Art Archive of East-Central Europe., edited by György Galántai and Júlia Klaniczay (2013), pp. 8-10, Artpool Publications  [abs].
  8. Wangechi Mutu’s Family Tree, in Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey, edited by Trevor Schoonmaker no. 51-79 (2013), Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University  [abs].
  9. Forward, in The Reflexive Photographer, edited by Rosie Miller, Jonathan Carson and Theresa Wilkie (2013), MuseumsEtc and School of Arts & Media at Salford University .

Tennenhouse, Leonard

  1. Nancy Armstrong, The Conversion Effect: Aspects of the Early American Novel. Under contract, University of Pennsylvania Press (2015) .
  2. With Nancy Armstrong, The Network Novel and How It Unsettled the Domestic Novel, in A Companion to the English Novel, edited by Stephen Arata and Jennifer Wicke (2014), Blackwell's .
  3. L. Tennenhouse, "Unsettling Novels of the Early Republic", in Oxford History of the Novel in English, edited by Gerald Kennedy and Leland Person (2013), pp. ms. pp. 27, Oxford University Press .

Torgovnick, Marianna

  1. M. Torgovnick, Loving Tenderness (2013)  [abs] [author's comments].
  2. M. Torgovnick, Picnic in the Dark: The Classics at a Time of War (2013)  [abs].
  3. M. Torgovnick, Cultual Criticism, in Encyclopedia of Aesthetics (2013) (Revised edition, Oxford University Press, forthcoming..)  [author's comments].
  4. M. Torgovnick, "The Artist is Present", in Fictions of Art History (2013), Clark Art Institute  [abs] [author's comments].

Viego, Antonio

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  2. A. Viego, The Nightgown, Psychoanalysis and Race, edited by Lydia Kerr, CR: The New Centennial Review, vol. 13 no. 3 (November, 2013), pp. 29-52, Michigan State University Press  [abs].
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Wald, Priscilla

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Weeks, Kathi

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Wiegman, Robyn

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Wilson, Ara   (search)

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Wong, David

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  10. D. Wong, The Philomathia Lectures: Early Confucian Philosophy and the Development of Compassion, in Projected special issue of Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy (2014or 2015)  [abs].
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  13. D. Wong, "Chinese Ethics" (5 year update in 2013), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2013) [available here] .
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  17. N. Hassoun and D. Wong, "Conserving Nature, Preserving Identity", Journal of Chinese Philosophy , accepted 2013  [abs].