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Accinno, Michael D

  1. Accinno, M. "John Sullivan Dwight, Blindness, and Music Education." American Music 39.1 (April, 2021): 89-118. [doi]
  2. Accinno, M. "Extraordinary voices: Helen Keller, music and the limits of oralism." Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies 4.2 (October, 2019): 139-156. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Accinno, M. "Disabled Union Veterans and the Performance of Martial Begging." Oxford Handbook of Music and Disability Studies. Edited by Howe, B; Jensen-Moulton, S; Lerner, N; Straus, J. Oxford University Press 2016: 403-422. [doi]  [abs]

Ahern Dodson, Jennifer

  1. Ahern-Dodson, J; Dufour, M. "The Productivity Trap: Why We Need a New Model of Faculty Writing Support." Change 55.1 (January, 2023): 24-30. [doi]
  2. Ahern Dodson, J. "Supporting Faculty as Writers Supports Students."  Inside Higher Ed, July, 2022.
  3. 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]
  4. Ahern Dodson, J; Clifford, J. "Shifting Perspectives: When Teachers Are Learners."  Duke Learning Innovation, July, 2020.  [abs]
  5. 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]
  6. Ahern Dodson, J; Reisinger, D. "Moving beyond corrective feedback: (Re)engaging with student writing in L2 through audio response.." Journal of Response to Writing 3.1 (2017): 129-152.
  7. Dufour, M; Ahern Dodson, J. "Good Writers Always Follow My Rules." Bad Ideas about Writing. Edited by Ball, C; Loewe, D. 2017.
  8. Ahern Dodson, J. "What Faculty Writers Need."  Inside Higher Ed, October, 2016.
  9. Ahern Dodson, J. "Signs It's Time to Break Up with Your Writing Group."  Chronicle of Higher Education, Prof Hacker, 2016.
  10. Ahern Dodson, J. "Teach the Moment." Change: the Magazine of Higher Learning 48.6 (2016).
  11. Ahern Dodson, J. "Signing My Rights Away."  August, 2014.
  12. Ahern Dodson, J. "Scholarly Writing Hacks: 5 Lessons I Learned Writing Every Day in June."  Chronicle of Higher Education, Prof Hacker, 2014.
  13. Ahern-Dodson, J; Comer, DK. "Multidisciplinarity and the Tablet: A Study of Writing Practices." Writing Across the Curriculum 24 (2013): 63-82.
  14. Ahern Dodson, J. "The Role of Community in Working with Faculty Writers." Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 2.11 (2013): 1-6.
  15. Ahern Dodson, J. "Composing a life in the academy: Connecting intellectual, personal, and activist commitments.." Rewriting success: Constructing careers and institutional change in rhetoric and composition.. Edited by Leverenz, C; LeCourt, D; Goodburn, A. Parlour 2013.
  16. Ahern Dodson, J. "Enhancing the learning in service-learning composition classes: Fostering critical reflection with students, faculty, and community partners." Service-learning in the composition classroom. Edited by Garza, S. 2012.
  17. Reynolds, JA; Ahern-Dodson, J. "Promoting science literacy through Research Service-Learning, an emerging pedagogy with significant benefits for students, faculty, universities, and communities." Journal of College Science Teaching 39.6 (2010): 24-29.  [abs]

Albers, Benjamin D.

  1. B.D. Albers and Rebecca Bach. "Rockin' Soc.: Using Popular Music in the Introductory Class." Teaching Sociology 31.2 (2003): 237-245.

Ansley, Jennifer L

  1. Jennifer Ansley. "Geographies of Intimacy in Mary Wilkins Freeman's Short Fiction." New England Quarterly 87.3 (2014): 434-463.

Askounis, Christina

  1. Askounis, C. "'Exaggerated Self-Portrait'."  February, 2014. [htm]
  2. Askounis, C. "Lies and Consequences."  Ed. Bliwise, R Duke University, 2008. [html]  [author's comments]
  3. Askounis, C. The Dream of the Stone.  Simon and Schuster, Spring, 2007 . (Reissue in simultaneous hardcover and trade paperback.)
  4. Askounis, C. "The Novice."  Ed. Wolfe, G Geoffrey Wolfe, October, 2005. [christina-askounis]
  5.  ""Exaggerated Self-Portrait"."  Fall, 2003. [htm]  [author's comments]
  6. Askounis, C. "Enchantment (screenplay)."  January, 2000. (finalist for Best Screenplay, Moondance International Film Festival)  [author's comments]
  7. Askounis, C. "Numbers Alive! (instructional television series)."  National Science Foundation, March, 1995.  [author's comments]
  8.  The Dream of the Stone.  Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1993 . (Book of the Year, Bank Street College; Parents' Choice Foundation Award; North Carolina Literary and Historical Society's AAUW Award for Excellence in Juvenile Literature; nominee, Best Books for Young Adults, ALA. "First-rate fantasy in the tradition of Charles Williams and Madeleine L'Engle...merits re-reading."--Publishers Weekly)  [author's comments]
  9. Askounis, C. "The Namesake."  June, 1990.
  10. Askounis, C. "The Blessed Legacy."  May, 1988.
  11. Askounis, C. "Terra: Our World (TV series)."  May, 1980. (ten-part television series on the environment, winner of George F. Peabody Award for excellence in broadcast journalism; second place, American Film Festival. "Television as it should be.")  [author's comments]

Asmuth, Charlotte F

  1. Asmuth, C. ""Tending to My Life": On Resilience and Academic Work." Recollections from an Uncommon Time 4C20 Documentarian Tales. Edited by Lindquist, J; Straayer, B; Halbritter, B. NCTE August, 2022.  [abs]

Baletti, Brenda C

  1. Santos, M. The Nature of Space.  Latin America in Translation, 2021 (304 pages pp.).  [abs]
  2. Baletti, B. "Toward the Worker State, or Working for the State? Reorganization of Political Antagonisms in the Brazilian Amazon." Latin American Perspectives 43.2 (March, 2016): 22-47. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Baletti, B. "Saving the Amazon? Sustainable Soy and the New Extractivism." Environment and Planning A 46.1 (January, 2014): 5-25. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Baletti, B. "Ordenamento Territorial:Neo-developmentalism and the struggle for territory in the lower Brazilian Amazon." Journal of Peasant Studies 39.2 (April, 2012): 573-598. [doi]

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]
  2. Bocci, P. "Planting the seeds of the future: EschatoloGical environmentalism in the time of the anthropocene." Religions 10.2 (February, 2019). [doi]  [abs]
  3. Bocci, P. "Tangles of care: Killing goats to save tortoises on the Galápagos Islands." Cultural Anthropology 32.3 (August, 2017): 424-449. [doi]  [abs]

Boon, Jessica A

  1. Jessica A. Boon. "Trinitarian Love Mysticism: Hadewijch, Ruusbroec, and the Gendered Experience of the Divine." Church History 72 (2003): 484-503.

Boyette, Adam H

  1. Boyette, AH; Lew-Levy, S; Sarma, MS; Gettler, LT. "Testosterone, fathers as providers and caregivers, and child health: Evidence from fisher-farmers in the Republic of the Congo.." Hormones and Behavior 107 (January, 2019): 35-45. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Boyette, AH; Lew-Levy, S; Gettler, LT. "Dimensions of fatherhood in a congo basin village: A multimethod analysis of intracultural variation in men’s parenting and its relevance for child health." Current Anthropology 59.6 (December, 2018): 839-847. [doi]
  3. Boyette, AH; Hewlett, BS. "Teaching in Hunter-Gatherers." Review of Philosophy and Psychology 9.4 (December, 2018): 771-797. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Lew-Levy, S; Boyette, AH. "Evidence for the Adaptive Learning Function of Work and Work-Themed Play among Aka Forager and Ngandu Farmer Children from the Congo Basin.." Human Nature (Hawthorne, N.Y.) 29.2 (June, 2018): 157-185. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Boyette, AH; Hewlett, BS. "Autonomy, Equality, and Teaching among Aka Foragers and Ngandu Farmers of the Congo Basin.." Human Nature (Hawthorne, N.Y.) 28.3 (September, 2017): 289-322. [doi]  [abs]
  6. Boyette, AH. "Children’s Play and the Integration of Social and Individual Learning: A Cultural Niche Construction Perspective." Social Learning and Innovation in Contemporary Hunter-Gatherers Evolutionary and Ethnographic Perspectives SPRINGER September, 2016: 159-169.  [abs]
  7. Boyette, AH. "Children's Play and Culture Learning in an Egalitarian Foraging Society.." Child Development 87.3 (May, 2016): 759-769. [doi]  [abs]
  8. Scott, IM; Clark, AP; Josephson, SC; Boyette, AH; Cuthill, IC; Fried, RL; Gibson, MA; Hewlett, BS; Jamieson, M; Jankowiak, W; Honey, PL; Huang, Z; Liebert, MA; Purzycki, BG; Shaver, JH; Snodgrass, JJ; Sosis, R; Sugiyama, LS; Swami, V; Yu, DW; Zhao, Y; Penton-Voak, IS. "Human preferences for sexually dimorphic faces may be evolutionarily novel." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111.40 (October, 2014): 14388-14393. [doi]
  9. House, BR; Silk, JB; Henrich, J; Barrett, HC; Scelza, BA; Boyette, AH; Hewlett, BS; McElreath, R; Laurence, S. "Ontogeny of prosocial behavior across diverse societies." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110.36 (September, 2013): 14586-14591. [doi]
  10. Hewlett, BS; Boyette, AH. "Play in Hunter-Gatherers (Commentary)." Evolution, Early Experience and Human Development: From Reseach to Practice Oxford University Press 2013: 388-396.
  11. Hewlett, BS; Fouts, HN; Boyette, AH; Hewlett, BL. "Social learning among Congo Basin hunter-gatherers." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 366 (2011): 1168-1178.

Brim, Matthew S

  1. Matt Brim. "The LGBTQ Short Story." LGBTQ America Today.. Ed. John Hawley. Greenwood Publishing Group, forthcoming 2007.
  2. M.S. Brim. "Papas' Baby: Impossible Paternity in _Going to Meet the Man_."  Indiana University Press, Fall, 2006: 173-198. [html]
  3. M.S. Brim. ""Papas' Baby: Impossible Paternity in _Going to Meet the Man_"." Journal of Modern Literature 30.1 (Fall, 2006): 173-198.
  4. M.S. Brim. ""Papas' Baby: Impossible Paternity in _Going to Meet the Man_"." Journal of Modern Literature 30.1 (Fall, 2006): 173-198.
  5. Matt Brim. "Papas' Baby: Impossible Paternity in _Going to Meet the Man_." Journal of Modern Literature 30.1 (2006).
  6. Matt Brim. STACS: Strategies to Acquire Composition Skills.  Phi Delta Kappa, 2003 . (with T. Leahey, M. Satchwell, and D. Estell)

Browne, Jamie

  1. Gong, W; Browne, J; Hall, N; Schruth, D; Paerl, H; Marchetti, A. "Molecular insights into a dinoflagellate bloom." The Isme Journal 11.2 (February, 2017): 439-452. [doi]

Cagle, Nicolette L

  1. Cagle, N.L. (In Press). "Evaluating the written materials and use of outside texts in nature centers for environmental education." Applied Environmental Education and Communication Research  (2013).
  2. Cagle, N.L.. "Naturalists as Environmental Leaders: Bringing Natural History from the Past and into theFuture." Gallagher, D. (ed.) Environmental Leadership: A Reference Manual, Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications 2012: 83-94.
  3. N. Cagle. "Snake species distributions and temperate grasslands: a case study from the American tallgrass prairie." Biological Conservation 141:744-755  (2008).
  4. Flocca, N.L. (maiden name), Coons, J.M., Owen, H.R., Fischer, B.J., and Edgin, B.E.. "Germination of Silene regia and Saponaria officinalis following stratification or scarification." Erigenia 20:8-14.  (2000).
  5. DeWalt, R.E. and Flocca, N.L. (maiden name). "Caddisfly diversity, abundance, and larval growth in Split Rock Brook of Pecumsaugan Creek and Blackball Mine State Nature." Illinois Natural History Survey Technical Report  (2000).

Cantelli, Gaia

  1. Georgouli, M; Herraiz, C; Crosas-Molist, E; Fanshawe, B; Maiques, O; Perdrix, A; Pandya, P; Rodriguez-Hernandez, I; Ilieva, KM; Cantelli, G; Karagiannis, P; Mele, S; Lam, H; Josephs, DH; Matias-Guiu, X; Marti, RM; Nestle, FO; Orgaz, JL; Malanchi, I; Fruhwirth, GO; Karagiannis, SN; Sanz-Moreno, V. "Regional Activation of Myosin II in Cancer Cells Drives Tumor Progression via a Secretory Cross-Talk with the Immune Microenvironment.." Cell 176.4 (February, 2019): 757-774.e23. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Yao, H; Price, TT; Cantelli, G; Ngo, B; Warner, MJ; Olivere, L; Ridge, SM; Jablonski, EM; Therrien, J; Tannheimer, S; McCall, CM; Chenn, A; Sipkins, DA. "Leukaemia hijacks a neural mechanism to invade the central nervous system.." Nature 560.7716 (August, 2018): 55-60. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Crosas-Molist, E; Bertran, E; Rodriguez-Hernandez, I; Herraiz, C; Cantelli, G; Fabra, À; Sanz-Moreno, V; Fabregat, I. "The NADPH oxidase NOX4 represses epithelial to amoeboid transition and efficient tumour dissemination.." Oncogene 36.21 (May, 2017): 3002-3014. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Cantelli, G; Crosas-Molist, E; Georgouli, M; Sanz-Moreno, V. "TGFΒ-induced transcription in cancer.." Seminars in Cancer Biology 42 (February, 2017): 60-69. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Herraiz, C; Calvo, F; Pandya, P; Cantelli, G; Rodriguez-Hernandez, I; Orgaz, JL; Kang, N; Chu, T; Sahai, E; Sanz-Moreno, V. "Reactivation of p53 by a Cytoskeletal Sensor to Control the Balance Between DNA Damage and Tumor Dissemination.." Journal of the National Cancer Institute 108.1 (January, 2016). [doi]  [abs]
  6. Rodriguez-Hernandez, I; Cantelli, G; Bruce, F; Sanz-Moreno, V. "Rho, ROCK and actomyosin contractility in metastasis as drug targets.." F1000research 5 (January, 2016). [doi]  [abs]
  7. Cantelli, G; Orgaz, JL; Rodriguez-Hernandez, I; Karagiannis, P; Maiques, O; Matias-Guiu, X; Nestle, FO; Marti, RM; Karagiannis, SN; Sanz-Moreno, V. "TGF-β-Induced Transcription Sustains Amoeboid Melanoma Migration and Dissemination.." Current Biology : Cb 25.22 (November, 2015): 2899-2914. [doi]  [abs]
  8. Razinia, Z; Baldassarre, M; Cantelli, G; Calderwood, DA. "ASB2α, an E3 ubiquitin ligase specificity subunit, regulates cell spreading and triggers proteasomal degradation of filamins by targeting the filamin calponin homology 1 domain.." The Journal of Biological Chemistry 288.44 (November, 2013): 32093-32105. [doi]  [abs]

Carr, Amber C

  1. Carr, AC; Piunova, VA; Maarof, H; Rice, JE; Swope, WC. "Influence of Solvent on the Drug-Loading Process of Amphiphilic Nanogel Star Polymers." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 122.21 (May, 2018): 5356-5367. [doi]
  2. Wei, G; Prabhu, VM; Piunova, VA; Carr, AC; Swope, WC; Miller, RD. "Spatial Distribution of Hydrophobic Drugs in Model Nanogel-Core Star Polymers." Macromolecules 50.24 (December, 2017): 9702-9712. [doi]
  3. Carr, AC; Felberg, LE; Piunova, VA; Rice, JE; Head-Gordon, T; Swope, WC. "Effect of Hydrophobic Core Topology and Composition on the Structure and Kinetics of Star Polymers: A Molecular Dynamics Study." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 121.13 (April, 2017): 2902-2918. [doi]
  4. Swope, WC; Rice, JE; Piunova, VA; Carr, AC; Miller, RD; Sly, J. "Simulation and Experiments To Identify Factors Allowing Synthetic Control of Structural Features of Polymeric Nanoparticles." Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120.30 (August, 2016): 7546-7568. [doi]
  5. Miller, RD; Yusoff, RM; Swope, WC; Rice, JE; Carr, AC; Parker, AJ; Sly, J; Appel, EA; Nguyen, T; Piunova, V. "Water soluble, biodegradable amphiphilic polymeric nanoparticles and the molecular environment of hydrophobic encapsulates: Consistency between simulation and experiment." Polymer 79 (November, 2015): 255-261. [doi]
  6. Swope, WC; Carr, AC; Parker, AJ; Sly, J; Miller, RD; Rice, JE. "Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Star Polymeric Molecules with Diblock Arms, a Comparative Study." Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 8.10 (October, 2012): 3733-3749. [doi]

Childress, Herb

  1. H. Childress. Landscapes of Betrayal, Landscapes of Joy: Curtisville in the lives of its Teenagers.  Albany: NY: State University of New York Press, 2000 .
  2. H. Childress. ""The Social Geography of Loitering: Teenagers, Territory, and the Appropriation of Space"." Childhood 11.2 (Spring 2004).
  3. H. Childress. ""Architecture, Pedagogy, and Social Climate" and "School Culture"." The American High School: An Encyclopedia  (in press).
  4. H. Childress. ""Experts, Kids and Design: The Uses and Limits of Expertise in Designing for Young People"." Creating a Geography of Yes! Young Adult Spaces in Libraries  (in press).
  5. H. Childress, Preserving Cultural Landscapes in America. The Journal of Architecture and Planning Research  (in press).
  6. Yi-Fu Tuan, Cosmos & Hearth. Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology Newsletter 10:2 (1999): 7-8.
  7. Wendell Berry, Another Turn of the Crank. Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology Newsletter 10:2 (1999): 7-8.
  8. H. Childress. ""A Storyteller's Beliefs: Narrative and Existential Research"." Theoretical Perspectives in Environment-Behavior Research: Underlying Assumptions, Research Problems, and Methodologies. Edited by S. Wapner, J. Demick, T. Yamamoto, and H. Minami. New York: Kluwer/Plenum 2000.
  9. H. Childress. "Seventeen Reasons Why Football is Better than High School." Phi Delta Kappan 79.8 (April, 1998): 616-619.
  10. H. Childress. "Kinder Ethnographic Writing." Qualitative Inquiry 4.2 (1998): 249-264.
  11. with Witzling, Lawrence P., and Lackney, Jeffrey A.. "The Nature of Environmental Quality in the Workplace."  SARUP Research MonographSARUP (Milwaukee), 1994.

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.
  3. Colton, A. "Dana Spiotta and the Novel after Authenticity." Arizona Quarterly: a Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory 75.4 (2019): 29-51. [doi]
  4. Colton, A. "Metafiction, Literary History, and the Limits of Industrial Identity in Winesburg, Ohio." Studies in American Fiction 45.1 (2018): 61-89. [doi]
  5. Colton, A, Epistemologies of State, Epistemologies of Text. A review of Timothy Melley, The Covert Sphere: Secrecy, Fiction, and the National Security State. Postmodern Culture: an Electronic Journal of Interdisciplinary Criticism 25:1 (2014). [doi]
  6. Colton, A, The Transformative Humanities: A Manifesto by Mikhail Epstein. College Literature 41:2 (2014): 154-156. [doi]

Comer, Denise K.

  1. Baker, RS; Wang, Y; Paquette, L; Aleven, V; Popescu, O; Sewall, J; Rosé, C; Tomar, GS; Ferschke, O; Zhang, J; Cennamo, MJ; Ogden, S; Condit, T; Diaz, J; Crossley, S; McNamara, DS; Comer, DK; Lynch, CF; Brown, R; Barnes, T; Bergner, Y. "Educational Data Mining." Data Mining And Learning Analytics: Applications in Educational Research JOHN WILEY & SONS INC 2019: 55-66. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Comer, DK; White, EM. "Adventuring into MOOC Writing Assessment: Challenges, results, and Possibilities."  67.3 (February, 2016): 318-359. [Gateway.cgi]
  3. Comer, DK. Writing for Success in College and Beyond: A Webtext.  Fountainhead Press, March, 2015 .
  4.  Writing in Transit with Readings.  edited by Comer, DK Fountainhead Press, March, 2015 .
  5. Comer, DK; Wang, E. "Negativity in MOOCs: Impacts on Learning and Teaching and How Instructional Teams May Be Able to Address It." Insight: a Journal of Scholarly Teaching  (March, 2015).
  6. Comer, DK. Writing in Transit. A WID Reader.  Fountainhead Press, 2015 .
  7. Comer, D; Clark, CR; Canelas, D. "Writing to learn and learning to write across the disciplines: Peer-to-peer writing in introductory-level MOOCs.." International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 15.5 (October, 2014): 26-82. [repository], [doi]  [abs]
  8. Comer, DK. "Fostering Multidisciplinary Pedagogies." International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Madrid, Spain, 15-17 November 2010 February, 2014.
  9. Comer, DK. "The Impact of E-Reading on Writing Programs." Writing Program Administrators Conference Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 15-18 July 2010 February, 2014.
  10. Comer, DK. "“This Erstwhile Unreadable Text”: Multidisciplinarity and First-Year Writing Faculty Teaching Mentoring and Support." Teaching/Writing  (January, 2014).  [abs]
  11. Ahern-Dodson, J; Comer, DK. "The iPad and Writing in the Disciplines." Writing Across the Curriculum  (January, 2014).
  12. Comer, DK; Garrett, BG. It’s Just a Dissertation. Transforming Your Dissertation From Daunting to Doable to Done.  Fountainhead Press, 2014 .
  13. Comer, DK. "Learning How to Teach … Differently: Extracts from a MOOC Instructor’s Journal." The MOOC Invasion. Edited by Krause, S; Lowe, C. Parlor Press 2014.
  14. B. Benz, D.K. Comer, M. Lowry, E. Juergensmeyer. "WPAs, Writing Programs and the Common Reading Experience." Writing Program Administrators 37.1 (Fall, 2013): 11-32.  [abs]
  15. D.K. Comer, Editor. Writing in Transit. A WID Reader.  Fountainhead Press, Forthcoming 2014 .
  16. Ahern-Dodson, J; Comer, DK. "Multidisciplinarity and the Tablet: A Study of Writing Practices." Writing Across the Curriculum 24 (2013): 63-82.
  17. Comer, DK. "Translation and Transfer: Interdisciplinary Writing and Communication." Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics 11.9 (2013): 106-112.
  18. Comer, DK. "MOOCs Offer Students Opportunity to Grow as Writers." Proceedings of the 7th International Mult-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics: IMSCI 2013. July 9-12, 2013. Orlando, Florida. 2013.
  19. Comer, DK. "Review of "Patient Genres as Rhetorical Sites of Agency, Resistance, and Expertise"."  2012.  [author's comments]
  20. Comer, DK. "Review of "First Books and Second Books: SWR Authors Talk about Developing Book-Length Projects"."  2012. [2012TOC]  [author's comments]
  21. D.K. Comer. "The Impact of E-Reading on Writing Programs." Writing Program Administrators Conference Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 15-18 July 2010  (Spring, 2011).
  22. D.K. Comer. "Fostering Multidisciplinary Pedagogies." International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Madrid, Spain, 15-17 November 2010  (Spring, 2011).
  23. Benz, B; Comer, DK; Lowry, M; Juergensmeyer, E. "WPAs, Writing Programs and the Common Reading Experience." Writing Program Administrators 37 (2011): 11-32.  [abs]
  24. Comer, DK. "Bending the Gaze: Transparency, Reciprocity and Supervisory Classroom Visits." Pedagogy 11.3 (Fall, 2011).
  25. Comer, DK. "Changing Tables and Changing Culture: Pregnancy, Parenting, and First-Year Writing." Composition Studies 37.2 (Fall, 2009): 91-113.
  26. Comer, DK; Hammer, B. "“Surveying the Efficacy of Digital Response: Pedagogical Imperatives, Faculty Approaches, and Student Feedback.." Teaching Writing with Technology Fountainhead Press 2008.
  27. Comer, DK. "'White child is good, black child his [or her] slave': Children, Women, and Empire in Early Ninteenth-Century India." European Romantic Review 16.1 (January, 2005): 39-58. [doi]  [abs]
  28. Comer, DK. ""Negotiating Privilege in the Teaching of Travel Literature"." Methods for Teaching Travel Literature and Writing. Exploring the World and Self. Edited by Groom, E. Peter Lang 2005.
  29. Comer, DK. "Helen Lady Dufferin, Countess of Gifford." Dictionary of Literary Biography. Edited by Thesing, WB. Gale Research vol. 199 1999: 127-135.

Cook, Simon J

  1. S.J. Cook. "Alfred Marshall's Historical Notes (manuscripts edited and introduced by Simon Cook)." Marshall Studies Bulletin  (2006).
  2. S.J. Cook. "'Our Eyes Like Propellors': Dziga Vertov's Theory of the Interval." October  (2006).
  3. S.J. Cook, Harro Maas, 'William Stanley Jevons and the Making of Modern Economics'. History of Political Economy  (2006).
  4. S.J. Cook. "Marshall and Cambridge Thought." The Elgar Companion to Alfred Marshall. Edited by Becattini, G., Raffaelli, T., Dardi, M.. 2006.
  5. S.J. Cook. "Marshall and Education." The Elgar Companion to Alfred Marshall. Edited by Becattini, G., Raffaelli, T., Dardi, M.. 2006.
  6. S.J. Cook. "Marshall and Babbage." The Elgar Companion to Alfred Marshall. Edited by Becattini, G., Raffaelli, T., Dardi, M.. 2006.
  7. S.J. Cook. "Marshall and Psychology." The Elgar Companion to Alfred Marshall. Edited by Becattini, G., Raffaelli, T., Dardi, M.. 2006.
  8. S.J. Cook. "Wrangling Machines." History of Political Economy  (Winter, 2005).
  9. S.J. Cook. "The History of Vision and Alfred Marshall's Economic Science." British Journal of the History of Science  (July, 2005).
  10. S.J. Cook. "Minds, Machines and Economic Agents: Cambridge Receptions of Babbage and Boole." Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science  (2005).
  11. S.J. Cook. "Alfred Marshall on the History of Civilization (manuscript edited and introduced by Simon Cook)." Marshall Studies Bulletin  (2005).
  12. S.J. Cook. "Between Book and Cinema: Late Victorian New Media." Visual Studies 19 (2004).
  13. S.J. Cook. "Missing Links in Alfred Marshall's Early Thoughts on Education." European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 11 (2004).
  14. S.J. Cook. 'A Rounded Globe of Knowledge': The Intellectual Foundations of Alfred Marshall's Economic Science. 0000 . (under review at Cambridge University Press)

Cooke, Sandra L.

  1. Williamson, C. E., C. Salm, S.L. Cooke, and J. E. Saros. "How do UV, temperature, and zooplankton influence the dynamics of alpine phytoplankton communities?." Hydrobiologia  (2009).
  2. Cooke, S. L., W. R. Hill, and K. P. Meyer. "Feeding at different plankton densities alters invasive bighead carp (Hypophthalmichthys nobilis) growth and zooplankton species composition." Hydrobiologia 625 (2009): 185-193.
  3. Leech, D. M., W. J. Boeing, S. L. Cooke, C. E. Williamson, and L. E. Torres. "UV enhanced fish predation and the differential migration of zooplankton to UV radiation and fish." Limnology and Oceanography 54 (2009): 1152-1161.
  4. Cooke, S. L., C. E. Williamson, D. M. Leech, W. J. Boeing and L. Torres. "Effects of temperature and ultraviolet radiation on diel vertical migration of freshwater crustacean zooplankton." Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65 (2008): 1144-1152.
  5. Cooke, S. L., C. E. Williamson and J. E. Saros. "How do temperature, dissolved organic matter, and nutrients influence the response of Leptodiaptomus ashlandi to UV radiation in a subalpine lake?." Freshwater Biology 51 (2006): 1827-1837.
  6. Cooke, S. L., C. E. Williamson, B. R. Hargreaves and D. P. Morris. "Beneficial and detrimental interactive effects of dissolved organic matter and ultraviolet radiation on zooplankton in a transparent lake." Hydrobiologia 568 (2006): 15-28.
  7. Cooke, S. L., and C. E. Williamson. "Positive effects of UV radiation on a calanoid copepod in a transparent lake: do competition, predation, or food availability play a role?." Journal of Plankton Research 28.171-179 (2006).
  8. Boeing, W. J., D. M. Leech, C. E. Williamson, S. Cooke, and L. Torres. "Damaging UV radiation and invertebrate predation: Conflicting selective pressures for zooplankton vertical distribution in the water column of low DOC lakes." Oecologia 138 (2004): 603-612.

Corey, Jessica

  1. Corey, JR. Materializing Silence in Feminist Activism.  Palgrave Macmillan, November, 2021 (202 pages pp.).  [abs]
  2. Corey, J. "Inverting Aristotle’s Relationship between Invention and Pathos: 17 Students Write to the Freedom Writers." Preserving Emotion in Student Writing: Innovation in Composition Pedagogy. Edited by Wynn, C. Peter Lang 2021.
  3. Corey, J; George, B. "Sustaining Community-Engaged Projects: Making Visible the Invisible Labor of Composition Faculty." Academic Labor: Research & Artistry 3 (2019).
  4. Corey, JR. "Beyond 'Digital': What Women's Activism Reveals about Material Multimodal Composition Pedagogy." Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics 1.1 (2017): 58-65.
  5. Corey, JR. "The female Frankenstein: Naming practices constructing what it means to be a "woman"." Rhetorics of Names and Naming Routledge February, 2016: 118-131. [doi]
  6. Corey, J. "Learner-Audience Connections: Using Music to Enhance Rhetorical Understandings of Communication." The Atrium: a Journal of Academic Voices  (2016).
  7. Corey, J. "My sister went to Steubenville, OH and all I got was this lousy shirt’: Composing Feminist Activism with the Clothesline Project." Gender Forum 50 (2014): 4-25.  [abs]
  8. Corey, J. "Loren Eiseley’s ‘Our Own True Notebook’: Engaging Students in Effective Reflection." Pupil: a Sourcebook for Teachers of Rhetoric and Composition  (2014).
  9. Corey, J; Caswell, N. "Just a Graduate Student’: Doctoral Students in Writing Program Administrative Positions." In Progress  (2013).
  10. Corey, J. "Using Cognitive Psychology and Emotion to Inform the Teaching of Writing as Social Practice." Barnolipi: an International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences  (2013).

Davis, Joshua Clark   (search)

  1. ""The March on Washington, Moral Mondays and the Media"." Huffington Post  (August 27, 2013). August 27, 2013
  2. ""G.I. Rap: How the U.S. Military and Music Entrepreneurs Brought Hip Hop to 1980s West Germany"." The German Historical Institute at 25—Bulletin 8  (2012).
  3. ""For the Records: How African American Consumers and Music Retailers Created Commercial Public Space in the 1960s and 1970s South"." Southern Cultures  (Winter, 2011).

Dimpfl, Michael D.

  1. Dimpfl, M. "Micro(bial) management: everyday cleanliness and the divisive power of hygienic worries." Cultural Geographies 25.1 (January, 2018): 201-216. [doi]  [abs]

Fleet, Christine M.

  1. C.M. Fleet and T-p. Sun. "A DELLAcate balance: the role of gibberellin in plant morphogenesis." Current Opinion in Plant Biology 8.1 (February, 2005): 77-85.
  2. C.M. Fleet,Yamaguchi, S., Hanada, A., Kawaide, H., David, C.J,Kamiya, Y.,and Sun, T.. ""Overexpression of AtCPS and AtKS in Arabidosis thaliana confers increased ent-kaurene production but no increase in bioactive gibberellins"." Plant Physiology 132 (2003): 830-839.

Giugni, Astrid A.

  1. Giugni, AA. "“We ought to obey God rather then men”: John Rogers’s millenarian hermeneutics and legal reform in 1653." The Seventeenth Century 37.3 (May, 2022): 371-390. [doi]
  2. Giugni, A. "The “Holy Dictate of Spare Temperance”: Virtue and Politics in Milton’s A Masque Presented at Ludlow Castle." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 45.2 (May, 2015): 395-418. [doi]  [abs]

Golonka, Megan M.

  1. CS Sheppard, M Golonka and PR Costanzo. "Evaluating the impact of a substance use intervention program on the peer status and influence of adolescent peer leaders.." Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research 13.1 (2012): 75-85.  [abs]
  2. S Miller Johnson, JE Lansford, PR Costanzo, PS Malone, M Golonka and LA Killeya Jones. "Early Adolescent Romantic Partner Status, Peer Standing, and Risk-Taking Behaviors and the Role of Gender." Journal of Early Adolescence 29.6 (2009): 839-861.
  3. S Miller, JE Lansford, P Costanzo, PS Malone, M Golonka and LA Killeya-Jones. "Early Adolescent Romantic Partner Status, Peer Standing, and Problem Behaviors.." The Journal of early adolescence 29.6 (December, 2009): 839-861.  [abs]
  4. M Golonka, K Foster, C Grimes and P Costanzo. "Using natural peer leaders as substance use prevention agents: A preliminary trial. Paper presented at the 15th Annual Meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, Washington, DC.."  May, 2007.
  5. K Foster, M Puttalaz, L Schmid, M Golonka and C Grimes. "A whole new world of friends: The Influence of Instant Messenger on Peer Relations."  May, 2006.

Gopen, George D.

  1. Gopen, GD. "CCISSR (Color Coding for the Interpretation of Syntactic and Substantive Relationships): The Perfect Way to Teach Legal Writing.." The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute  (2007).
  2. Gopen, GD. "Writing Clear and Effective Legal Prose: Lesson # 3: When to Use the Passive." Law Practice  (August, 2006).
  3. Gopen, GD. "Writing Clear and Effective Legal Prose: Lesson # 2: How to Indicate to Your Reader the Most Important Words in a Sentence." Law Practice  (June, 2006).
  4. Gopen, GD. "Writing Clear and Effective Legal Prose: Lesson # 1: "Where’s the Beef?".." Law Practice 32.3 (April, 2006): 60-62.
  5. Gopen, GD. "A Tribute to Joseph Williams on the Occasion of His Being Presented with the Golden Pen Award by the Legal Writing Institute.." Journal of the Legal Writitng Institute  (2006).
  6. G.D. Gopen. "The Noble Style of Thomas Deloney: Prose Rhythm as an Indication of Character.." Imaginaries  (2005). The Journal of the Centre du Recherche sur L'Imaginaire, L'Identite et L'Interpretation dans les Litteratures de Langue Anglaise, Rheims, France.
  7. Gopen, GD. "Why So Many Bright Students and So Many Dull Papers?: Peer Responded Journals as a Partial Solution to the Problem of Fake Audience."." The Wac Journal .16 (2005): 22-48. An article on the use of peer-responded journals in college courses in any discipline. [pdf]
  8. Gopen, GD. "The Noble Style of Thomas Deloney: Prose Rhythm as an Indication of Character.." Imaginaries  (2005).
  9. Gopen, GD. ""The Noble Style of Thomas Delony: Prose Rhythm as an Indication of Character."." Imaginaires: Le rhythme dans les litteratures de langue anglaise, Revue du Centre du Recherche sur L'Imaginaire, L'Identite et L'Interpretati dans les litteratures de langue anglaise  (2005): 39-57.
  10. Gopen, GD. ""The Phantom Narrator Revealed: Performing the Final Song of Schubert’s Winterreise."." Ssusa Newsletter (The Newsletter of the Schubert Society of the Usa), 3  (2005): 6-8.
  11. Gopen, GD. ""The Music of the Mind: Structure and Substance in William Morris’s The Water of the Wondrous Isles."." Journal of William Morris Studies Xvi  (2005): 92-102.
  12. Gopen, GD. A Sense of Structure: Writing From a Reader’s Perspective.  Longman Publishers, Pearson Education Division, 2004 .
  13. Gopen, GD. Expectations: Teaching Writing from the Reader’s Perspective.  Longman Publishers, Pearson Education Division, 2004 .
  14. Gopen, GD. "The Music of T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets." Ars Lyrica XIII (Summer, 2003): 29-75.
  15. Gopen, GD. "Review of Leah Ceccarelli’s Shaping Science with Rhetoric: The Cases of Dobzhansky, Schrodinger, and Wilson." American Scientist  (May, 2002): 276-8.
  16. Gopen, GD. "Review of Robert L. Kindrick’s Henryson and the Medieval Arts of Rhetoric." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 17 (1995): 223-6.
  17. Gopen, GD. "Controlling Contexts: Interpretation and Expert Testimony." American Speech 65 (1991): 323-33.
  18. Gopen, GD. "Legal Writing: A Bibliography." Legal Writing: the Journal of the Legal Writing Institute 1 (1991): 93-122. co-compiled with Kary D. Smout
  19. Gopen, GD. "The Professor and the Professionals: Teaching Writing to Lawyers and Judges." Legal Writing: the Journal of the Legal Writing Institute I (1991): 79-92.
  20. GOPEN, GD; SWAN, JA. "THE SCIENCE OF SCIENTIFIC WRITING." American Scientist 78.6 (November, 1990): 550-558. Co-authored with biochemist Judith Swan. Reprinted in Exploring Animal Behavior, eds. Paul W. Sherman and John Alcock (Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates, Inc., 1993). Japanese translation: Yosuke Kawachi, A Collection of Geological Sample Sentences: A Guide for Scientific Writing, pp. 293-313 (1994). Spanish translation: "La Cienca de los Escritos Cientificos," tr. Dr. Victor W. Gonzalez Lauck; Publicacion Especial Num. 3; Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales Y Agropecunarias; Campo Experimental Huimanguillo; Cadenas, Tabasco, Mexico (1995). Second Spanish translation: "La Ciencia de la Escritura Cientifica," tr. Jorge R. Talbot, for the June 1996 Conference of the Fundacion de Investigaciones Metabolicas, Buenos Aires, Argentina [Gateway.cgi]
  21. Gopen, GD. "Review of John A. Alford’s Piers Plowman: A Glossary of Legal Diction." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 89 (1990): 215-8.
  22. Gopen, GD. "What’s an Assignment Like You Doing in a Course Like This?: Writing To Learn Mathematics." College Math Journal 21 (1990): 2-19. Co-authored with David A. Smith of the Duke Mathematics Department. Earlier version appeared in Writing to Learn Mathematics, eds. Paul Connoly and Teresa Vilardi. New York: Teachers College Press (Columbia University), 1989, 209-28
  23. GOPEN, GD. "'PIERS PLOWMAN' - A GLOSSARY OF LEGAL DICTION - ALFORD,JA." The Journal of English and Germanic Philology 89.2 (1990): 215-218. [Gateway.cgi]
  24. Gopen, GD. "Legal Writing from the Perspective of the Reader: An Approach That Works." New Jersey Law Journal  (December, 1989): 8-9. 13-page ms
  25. Gopen, GD. "Review of Joseph A. Hornsby’s Chaucer and the Law." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 11 (1989): 241-7.
  26. Gopen, GD. "Theme and Variations: The Concept of Audience." Collective Wisdom: A Sourcebook of Lessons for Writing Teachers  (1988): 95-7.
  27. "Let the Buyer in Ordinary Course of Business Beware: Suggestions for Revising the Language of the Uniform Commercial Code." University of Chicago Law Review 54 (1987): 1178-1214.
  28. Gopen, GD. Robert Henryson’s Moral Fables.  Notre Dame, IN: Notre Dame UP; Edinburgh, Scotland: The Scottish Academic Press, 260 pp, 1987 . (critical introduction, edition, translation, and annotations)
  29. Gopen, GD. "The State of Legal Writing: Res Ipsa Loquitur." University of Michigan Law Review 86.2 (1987): 1201-1247. A slightly shorter version appears as a chapter in Writing in the Business Professions, ed. Myra Kogen (Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1989), pp. 146-173 [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  30. Gopen, GD. "Let the Buyer in the Ordinary Course of Business Beware: Suggestions for Revising the Prose of the Uniform Commercial Code." The University of Chicago Law Review 54.4 (1987): 1178-1178. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  31. GOPEN, GD. "PRIVATE GRIEF INTO PUBLIC ACTION + SHAKESPEARE - THE RHETORIC OF JOHN-OF-GAUNT IN 'RICHARD II'." Studies in Philology 84.3 (1987): 338-362. [Gateway.cgi]
  32. Gopen, GD. "The English Teacher and English Song: A Sequel." College English 47.8 (December, 1985): 856-856. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  33. Gopen, GD. "The English Teacher and English Song: A Sequel." College English 47 (1985): 60-74.  [abs]
  34. GOPEN, GD. "THE ESSENTIAL SERIOUSNESS OF HENRYSON,ROBERT 'MORAL FABLES' - A STUDY IN STRUCTURE." Studies in Philology 82.1 (1985): 42-59. [Gateway.cgi]
  35. Gopen, GD. "Rhyme and Reason: Why the Study of Poetry Is the Best Preparation for the Study of Law." College English 46.4 (April, 1984): 333-333. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  36. Gopen, GD. "Every Spring a New Haystack: A Method for the Annual Evaluation of New Composition Textbooks." Writing Program Administration 7 (1984): 17-25.
  37. Gopen, GD. "Perceiving Structure: Teaching Writing at Law Schools." Harvard Law School Bulletin 35 (1984): 27-29.
  38. Gopen, GD. "Review of Henrik Specht’s Chaucer’s Franklin in the Canterbury Tales." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 82 (1983): 436-9.
  39. Gopen, GD. "A Rare Book’s Odyssey." Antiquarian Book Monthly Review 10 (1983): 52-55.
  40. GOPEN, GD. "CHAUCER FRANKLIN IN THE 'CANTERBURY TALES' - THE SOCIAL AND LITERARY BACKGROUND OF A CHAUCERIAN CHARACTER - SPECHT,H." The Journal of English and Germanic Philology 82.3 (1983): 436-439. [Gateway.cgi]
  41. Gopen, GD. Writing from a Legal Perspective.  St. Paul: West Publishing Co., 225 pp, 1981 .
  42. Gopen, GD. "Prostitution and the Writing Consultant: A View of a View." Technical Communication: Perspectives for the Eighties  (1981): 621-7.
  43. GOPEN, GD. "COMPOSITION COURSE FOR PRE-LAW STUDENTS." Journal of Legal Education 29.2 (January, 1978): 222-231. [Gateway.cgi]
  44. Gopen, GD. "A Course in Composition for Pre-Law Students." Journal of Legal Education 29 (1978): 222-31.
  45. "A Question of Cash and Credit: Writing Programs at Law Schools." Journal of Contemporary Law 3 (1977): 191-200.
  46. Dumezil, G. "Translation of Notes on the Cosmic Bestiary of the Edda and the Rig Veda." Gods of the Ancient Northmen (1959)  (1973).

Hall, Susanne E.

  1. S.E. Hall. "Do Look Back: On the Fiftieth Anniversary of Howl." Minnesota Review 69 (): 191-198. [hall.shtml]  [abs]

Halloran, Jennifer

  1.  Keeping the Peace: Detective Fiction and the British Imperial Project, 1844-1917. under review .
  2. "Gender, Race, and Criminal Witchcraft: The Ideology behind 'The Sorceress of the Strand'." ELT: English Literature in Transition, 1888-1920 45.1 (January, 2002): 176-94.

Harris, Joseph D

  1. Joseph Harris. "Using student texts in composition scholarship." JAC 32 (2012): 667-94.  [author's comments]
  2. Carol Rutz. "Interview. Joe Harris: Teaching writing via the liberal arts." The WAC Journal 23 (2012): 83-91.
  3.  A Teaching Subject: Composition Since 1966.  Utah State University Press, 2012 . [PDF[abs] [author's comments]
  4. Joseph Harris. "Symposium: How I Changed My Mind." College English 74 (2011): 117-18. [PDF]
  5. Joseph Harris, Rev. of Identity Matters: Schooling the Student Body in Academic Discourse, by Donna LeCourt. Changing English 18:3 (2011): 331-33. [PDF[abs]
  6. "Writing Outside English: A Response to David Bartholomae." Pedagogy 11 (Winter, 2010): 51-56.  [author's comments]
  7. with John D. Miles, and Charles Paine, eds. Teaching with Student Texts: Essays Toward an Informed Practice.  Utah State University Press, 2010 .  [abs] [author's comments]
  8. "Workshop and Seminar." Teaching with Student Texts  (2010): 145-57.  [author's comments]
  9. Joseph Harris. "Reading Joe Malkovich." Reader: Essays in Reader-Oriented Criticism, Theory, and Pedagogy .57 (Fall, 2009): 134-44. [PDF[author's comments]
  10.  "CCCC Studies in Writing & Rhetoric (SWR)."  From 2007 to present. [swr]  [author's comments]
  11. "Deja Vu All Over Again." CCC 57 (February, 2006): 535-42. [PDF[abs]
  12.  Rewriting: How to Do Things with Texts.  Utah State University Press, 2006 . [PDF[abs] [author's comments]
  13. "Undisciplined Writing." Delivering Composition  (2006): 155-67. [PDF[abs]
  14. "Thinking like a Program." Pedagogy 4.3 (Fall, 2004): 357-63. [Harris_Pedagogy.pdf[author's comments]
  15. "Response to Jennifer Beech and William Thelin." College English 65 (2004): 556-58.  [author's comments]
  16.  Rev. of Rhetoric and Composition as Intellectual Work, ed. Gary Olson. CCC 55 (Winter, 2003): 172-75.
  17. With Van Hillard. "Making Writing Visible at Duke University." Peer Review 6.1 (Fall, 2003): 15-17. [PDF[author's comments]
  18. "Revision as a Critical Practice." College English 65.6 (July, 2003): 577-92. [PDF[author's comments]
  19. "From Classroom to Program." Composition Studies in the New Millenium  (2003): 222-24.
  20. "Behind Blue Eyes: A Response to Marc Bousquet." JAC 22 (Fall, 2002): 891-99.  [author's comments]
  21.  "Writing Online."  Duke University Center for Instructional Technology, Spring 2002.  [author's comments]
  22.  Review of Thomas Dean's Writing Partnerships: Service-Learning in Composition. Reflections on Community-Based Writing 2:1 (Fall, 2001): 15-18.
  23. "Beyond Community: From the Social to the Material." Journal of Basic Writing 20.2 (Fall, 2001): 3-15.  [author's comments]
  24. "Beyond Critique: A Response to James Sledd." CCC 53 (Sept. 2001): 152-3. [PDF[author's comments]
  25. "Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss: Class Consciousness in Composition." CCC 52 (Sept. 2000): 43-68. [PDF[author's comments]
  26.  "Interview." English Composition: Writing for an Audience (Video). video by Peter Berkow, Annenberg/CBP, 2000.
  27. With John Lovas. "CCCC and MLA Renew Discussions on Staffing Introductory Courses." CCC 51 (June 2000): 663-64.
  28.  Unmanaged Care. WPA 23:3 (2000): 121-25. (Review of 'Know and Tell' by David Bleich, and 'The Mythology of Voice' by Darsie Bowden)
  29. With Jay Rosen and Gary Calpas. Media Journal: Reading and Writing About Popular Culture.  Allyn & Bacon, Jan. 1999 . (2nd edition)  [author's comments]
  30. "Person, Position, Style." Publishing in Rhetoric and Composition  (1997): 47-56.
  31.  Reclaiming the Public Sphere. College English :59 (Mar. 1997): 324-31. (Review of 'Improving Poor People' by Micharl Katz, 'The Power of Their Ideas' by Deborah Meier, and 'Possible Lives' by Mike Rose)
  32. Thomas West. "Changing Habits of Thinking: An Interview with Joseph Harris."  Spring, 1996: 5-14.
  33. "Forum on Doctoral Pedagogy in Composition Studies: University of Pittsburgh." Composition Studies 23.2 (Fall, 1995): 77-82.
  34. "Negotiating the Contact Zone." Journal of Basic Writing 14.1 (Spring, 1995): 27-42. Reprinted in 'Landmark Essays on Basic Writing' ed. Kay Halasek
  35. "The Rhetoric of Theory." Writing Theory and Critical Theory  (1994): 141-47.
  36. "From the Editor." CCC 45-51 (1994-99). Series of eighteen "From the Editor" editorials in CCC journal
  37.  "CCC: College Composition and Communication."  1994-1999.  [author's comments]
  38.  The Course as Text/The Teacher as Critic. College English 55 (Nov. 1993): 785-93. (Review of 'Practicing Theory in Introductory College Literature Courses,' ed. James Calahan and David Downing, 'A Primer for Writing Teachers,' by David Foster, 'Reader Response in the Classroom,' ed. Nicholas Karolides, 'Literature Instruction: A Focus on Student Response,' ed. Judith Langer, and 'An Introduction to Composition Studies,' ed. Erika Lindemann and Gary Tate)
  39. "The Other Reader." Journal of Advanced Composition. 12 (Winter, 1992): 27-37. Reprinted in Composition Theory for the Postmodern Classroom, ed. Gary Olson and Sidney Dobrin, Albany, NY: State U of New York P, 1994, pp. 225-35
  40. "Response to "Symposium on 'After Dartmouth'"." College English 54 (Oct. 1992): 705-12.
  41. "Reading the Right Thing." Reader 27 (Spring, 1992): 29-47. Reprinted in Cinema-(to)-graphy, ed. Ellen Bishop, Portsmouth
  42. "After Dartmouth: Growth and Conflict in English." College English 53 (Oct. 1991): 631-46.
  43. "Teaching Writing as Cultural Criticism." Composition and Resistance  (1991): 58-67. with Jay Rosen
  44. "Misreading Movies." Iowa English Bulletin 39 (1991): 1-8. Rpt. in 'Knowledge in the Making.' Eds. Bill Corcoran, Mike Mayhoe, and Gordon Pradl. Portmouth: Boynton/Cook, 1994, pp. 141-48
  45.  Review of Bruce Lincoln's Discourse and the Construction of Society. CCC 41 (Dec. 1990): 483-84.
  46.  Review of Susan Miller's Rescuing the Subject and The Written World. CCC 41 (May, 1990): 227-29.
  47. "Writing Within and Against the Academy." Journal of Education 172 (Spring, 1990): 15-29. with Lil Brannon, Min-Zhan Lu, John Trimbur, Patricia Bizzell, and Toby Fulwiler
  48.  The Resistance to Teaching. Journal of Teaching Writing 8 (Fall 1989): 169-77. (Review of 'Reclaiming Pedagogy: The Rhetoric of the Classroom', ed. Patricia Donahue and Ellen Quandhal, and 'Popular Culture, Schooling, and Everyday Life,' ed. Henry Giroux and Roger Simon)
  49. "The Idea of Community in the Study of Writing." CCC 40 (Feb. 1989): 11-22. Reprinted in Rhetoric and Composition: A Sourcebook for Teachers and Writers, 3rd. ed., ed. Richard Graves [Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 1990], pp. 267-78. Reprinted in On Writing Research: The Braddock Essays, 1975-1998, ed. Lisa Ede [Boston: Bedford, 1999], pp. 260-271
  50. "Rethinking the Pedagogy of Problem-Solving." Journal of Teaching Writing 7 (Fall 1988): 157-65.
  51. "The Spectator as Theorist: Britton and the Functions of Writing." English Education 20 (Feb. 1988): 41-50.
  52. "Beyond Clarity: An Outer-Directed Approach to Business Writing." ABC Bulletin 50 (Jan. 1988): 1-4.
  53.  Review of Perspectives on Research and Scholarship in Composition. CCC, ed. Ben W. McClelland and Timothy R. Donovan 38 (Feb. 1987): 101-02.
  54. "The Plural Text/The Plural Self: Roland Barthes and William Coles." College English 49 (Feb. 1987).

Heim, Stefania F

  1. Heim, S. 978-0978617295.  Switchback Books, March, 2014 .

Hillard, Van E

  1. Hillard, Van E.. ""Navigating the Social Turn: Information Literacy as Situated Literacy"." Teaching Literary Research Ed. Johnson, Kathy and Stephen Harris. American Library Association, in press.
  2. Hillard, Van E. and Joseph Harris. "Making Writing Visible at Duke University." Peer Review  (Fall 2003): 15-17.
  3. Hillard, Van E.. ""A Place in the City: Hull-House and the Architecture of Civility"." City Comp: Teaching Writing in Urban Spaces Ed. McComiskey, Bruce, and Cynthia Ryan. SUNY Press, 2003, 111-127.
  4. Hillard, Van E.. ""Literacy Standards at Hull-House: Forming a New Citizen in Civic Space"." The Literacy Standard Ed. Sudol, Ronald A. and Alice Horning. Hampton Press, 2003, 74-90.
  5. Hillard, Van E.. ""Entering the Rhetorical City: The Metropolitan Prospect of Rhetoric"." Making and Unmaking the Prospects of Rhetoric Ed. Enos, Theresa and Richard Mc Nab. 1997, 181-190.
  6. Hillard, Van E. and JuliAnna Smith. The Place of Thought in Writing.  Simon and Schuster, 1995 .
  7. Hillard, Van E.. ""Census, Consensus, and the Commodification of Form: The NAMES Project Quilt"." Quilt Culture: Tracing the Pattern Ed. Torsney, Cheryl and Judy Eisley. U Missouri Press, 1994, 112-124.

Hodgdon, Timothy J

  1. "'The Male Work Ethic Was Busted': Manhood, Feminism, and the Sexual Division of Labor at Black Bear Ranch, 1968-1974." Communal Societies: Journal of the Communal Studies Association 23 (2003): 95-120.
  2. "Fem: A Window onto the Cultural Coalescence of Contemporary Mexican Feminism." Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos 16.1 (February 2000): 79-104.
  3.  "Hippes." Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities Ed. Michael Kimmel and Amy Aronson. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-Clio, forthcoming.
  4.  "Counterculture." Encyclopedia of American Social Movements Ed. Immanuel Ness. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, March 2004.

Holtzman, Benjamin I

  1. Holtzman, B. "“Shelter is Only a First Step”: Housing the Homeless in 1980s New York City." Journal of Social History 52.3 (January, 2019): 886-910. [doi]
  2. Holtzman, B. "“I Am Not Co-op!”: The Struggle over Middle-Class Housing in 1970s New York." Journal of Urban History 43.6 (November, 2017): 864-885. [doi]
  3. Culton, KR; Holtzman, B. "The Growth and Disruption of a “Free Space”: Examining a Suburban Do It Yourself (DIY) Punk Scene." Space and Culture 13.3 (August, 2010): 270-284. [doi]

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]
  3. Kalman-Lamb, N. "Athletic Labor and Social Reproduction." Journal of Sport and Social Issues 43.6 (December, 2019): 515-530. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Kalman-Lamb, N. "I hate christian laettner and the persistence of hegemonic masculinity and heteronormativity in sporting cultures." The Palgrave Handbook of Masculinity and Sport January, 2019: 241-260. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Kalman-Lamb, N. "Whiteness and Hockey in Canada: Lessons from Semi-Structured Interviews with Retired Professional Players." Hockey Challenging Canada's Game – Au-delà du sport national. Edited by Ellison, J; Anderson, J. University of Ottawa Press April, 2018.  [abs]
  6. Kalman-Lamb, N. Game Misconduct Injury, Fandom, and the Business of Sport.  Fernwood Publishing, April, 2018 (192 pages pp.).  [abs]
  7. Abdel-Shehid, G; Kalman-Lamb, N. "Complicating Gender, Sport, and Social Inclusion: The Case for Intersectionality." Social Inclusion 5.2 (2017): 159-162. [doi]  [abs]
  8. Kalman-Lamb, N. "Deconstructing Linsanity: Is Jeremy Lin a Model Minority Subject?." Killing the Model Minority Stereotype Asian American Counterstories and Complicity June, 2015.  [abs]
  9. Abdel-Shehid, G; Kalman-Lamb, N. "Multiculturalism, gender and bend it like beckham." Social Inclusion 3.3 (January, 2015): 142-152. [doi]  [abs]
  10. Kalman-Lamb, N. "The athlete as model minority subject: Jose Bautista and Canadian multiculturalism." Social Identities 19.2 (March, 2013): 238-253. [doi]  [abs]
  11. Kalman-Lamb, N. "“A Portrait of This Country”: Whiteness, Indigeneity, Multiculturalism and the Vancouver Opening Ceremonies." Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 27.27 (June, 2012): 5-27. [doi]  [abs]
  12. Abdel-Shehid, G; Kalman-Lamb, N. Out of Left Field Social Inequality and Sports.  Fernwood Books Limited, 2011 (150 pages pp.).  [abs]

Kaufman, Mara C.

  1. Reyes, AR; Kaufman, MK. "Autonomy and the New Practices of Decolonization." The Anomie of the Earth Philosophy, Politics, and Autonomy in Europe and the Americas. Edited by Luisetti, FL; Pickles, JP; Kaiser, WK. Duke University Press April, 2015.  [abs]
  2. Kaufman, M. "A Politics of Encounter: Knowledge and Organizing in Common." American Quarterly 64.4 (2012): 823-826. [repository], [doi]
  3. Reyes, A; Kaufman, M. "Sovereignty, Indigeneity, Territory: Zapatista Autonomy and the New Practices of Decolonization." SAQ: The South Atlantic Quarterly 110.2 (April, 2011): 505-525. [repository], [doi]
  4. Kaufman, M. "For a Hacker's Perspective on the Social Forums." Interactivist Info Exchange  (February, 2005).

Kirby, David A.

  1. D.A. Kirby, "New Studies in Science Fiction Cinema". Science Fiction Studies 30:1 (2003): 133-136.
  2. D.A. Kirby, "Review of Screening Science". Isis 93:3 (2002): 521-522.
  3. D.A. Kirby. ""Scientists on the Set: Science Consultants and Communication of Science in Visual Fiction"." Public Understanding of Science 12 (2003): 261-278.
  4. D.A. Kirby. ""Science Consultants, Fictional Films and Scientitic Practice"." Social Studies of Science 33.2 (2003): 231-268.
  5. D.A. Kirby. ""Science Advisors, Representation, and Hollywood Films"." Molecular Interventions 3.2 (2003): 54-60.
  6. D.A. Kirby. ""Are We Not Men?: The Horror of Eugenics in The Island of Dr. Moreau"." Paradoxa 17 (2002): 93-108.
  7. D.A. Kirby. ""The New Eugenics in Cinema: Genetic Determinism and Gene Therapy in GATTACA"." Science Fiction Studies 27.2 (2000): 193-215. "Featured Essay" on the Science Fiction Studies web site from 4/02 to 12/02.
  8. D.A. Kirby. ""The Threat of Materialism in the Age of Genetics: DNA at the Drive-In"." Horror at the Drive-In: Essays in Popular Americana. Edited by G.D. Rhodes. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Co. 2003: 241-258.

Klein, Alison J

  1. Klein, A. Anglophone Literature of Caribbean Indenture The Seductive Hierarchies of Empire.  Palgrave Macmillan, November, 2018 (258 pages pp.).  [abs]
  2. Klein, AJ. "“Seeing Greater Distances”: An Interview with Peggy Mohan on the Voyages of Indo-Caribbean Women." Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought Genealogies, Theories, Enactments Palgrave Macmillan November, 2016: 63-72.  [abs]
  3. Klein, AJ. "Tangled Up: Gendered Nationhood in Indo-Caribbean Indenture Narratives." Anthurium: a Caribbean Studies Journal 12.2 (2015).
  4. Klein, AJ. "Stretching the Bounds: Women’s Experience of Indenture in Jahajin." South Asian Review 36.3 (2015): 65-79.

Landes, David B.

  1. Landes, D. "Marshall McLuhan’s Theory of Attention: How to Become a Psychonaut." Explorations in Media Ecology 19.4 (December, 2020): 453-477. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Landes, D. "Music Performativity in the Album: Charles Mingus, Nietzschean Aesthetics, and Mental Theater." Liminalities: a Journal of Performance Studies 16.3 (2020).
  3. Landes, D; Freeman, B. "Needs and Policies: Dubai Classroom Narratives of Mobile Phones." Global Media Journal 11.2 (2019).
  4. Landes, D. "The Argument Lab." Thank You for Arguing: What Aristotle, Lincoln, and Homer Simpson Can Teach Us About the Art of Persuasion Three Rivers Press (Penguin Random House) 2017.

LeJacq, Seth S

  1. LeJacq, SS. "“O My Poor Arse, My Arse Can Best Tell”: Surgeons, Ordinary Witnesses, and the Sodomitical Body in Georgian Britain." Journal of the History of Sexuality 31.2 (May, 2022): 137-168. [doi]
  2. 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]
  3. 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]
  4. LeJacq, SS. "London, by Accident." Eighteenth Century Life 45.1 (January, 2021): 114-120. [doi]
  5. LeJacq, SS. "Janet Weston. Medicine, The Penal System and Sexual Crimes in England, 1919–1960s." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 74.2 (April, 2019): 234-236. [doi]
  6. LeJacq, SS. "Victoria Bates, Sexual Forensics in Victorian and Edwardian England: Age, Crime and Consent in the Courts." Social History of Medicine  (October, 2016): hkw100-hkw100. [doi]
  7. Lejacq, SS. "Buggery’s travels: Royal navy sodomy on ship and shore in the long eighteenth century." Journal for Maritime Research 17.2 (January, 2015): 103-116. [doi]  [abs]
  8. Lejacq, SS. "Roy porter student prize essay the bounds of domestic healing: Medical recipes, storytelling and surgery in early modern England." Social History of Medicine 26.3 (August, 2013): 451-468. [doi]  [abs]

Lepofsky, Jonathan D.

  1. Jonathan D. Lepofsky. "Poverty." Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Edited by Barney Warf. Sage 2006: 378-380.
  2. Jonathan D. Lepofsky, Sally Nash, Bonnie Kaserman, and Wilbert Gesler. "I’m Not a Doctor But I Play One on TV: E.R. and the Place of Contemporary Health Care in Fixing Crisis." Health & Place 12.2 (2006): 180-194.
  3. Jonathan D. Lepofsky. "Renewing Communities Through Incentives: A Case Study of the North Carolina State Development Zone in Durham, North Carolina."  2005. (Prepared for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, DC.)
  4. Jonathan D. Lepofsky and Lisa K. Bates. "Helping Everyone Have PLENTY: Addressing Distribution and Circulation in an HOURS-based Local Currency System." International Journal of Community Currency Research 9 (2005): 1-20.

Mahn, Jason A

  1.  Refections on Anti-Climacus and his Offensive, Radical Cure: A Review of International Kierkegaard Commentary, Vol. 20, Soren Kierkegaar Newsletter.   (2005).
  2. "Felix Fallibilitas: The Necessity of Sin's Possibility in Kierkegaard's 'The Concept of Anxiety' (forthcoming in Faith and Philosophy)."   (2005).  [abs]
  3. "Kierkegaard, 'the Pharisee,' and the Possibility of Jewish-Christian Relations (forthcoming in Kierkegaard and the Bible, ed. Jon Stewart)."  2005.
  4. "'Hating Herself, Loving Much': Kierkeggard's Use of 'The Woman Who Was a Sinner' (forthcoming in Kierkegaard and the Bible, ed. Jon Stewart)."  2005.
  5.  Review of "The Genealogy of Violence" by Charles Bellinger, Word and World.   (Winter, 2004).
  6. "Beyond Synergism: The Dialectic of Grace and Freedom in Luther's 'De Servo Arbitrio,' Augustinian Studies."   (Summer, 2002).
  7.  Review of "Christians in Society: Luther, the Bible, and Social Ethics" by William Lazareth, Journal of Lutheran Ethics.   (Spring, 2002).
  8.  Review of "After Writing: The Liturgical Consummation of Philosophy" by Catherine Pickstock, Dialogue.   (Spring, 2001).
  9. "The Bound Will and Moral Progress: Response to Kleinhans, Dialog."   (Summer, 2000).

Malone-France, Derek C

  1. D.C. Malone-France, Process and Analysis: Whitehead, Hartshorne, and the Analytic Tradition. International Journal for Philosophy of Religion  (forthcoming).
  2. D.C. Malone-France. ""The Weak Poetry of Rotian Pragmatism: A Response to Robbins"." American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 24.2 (May 2003): 157-68.
  3. D.C. Malone-France. ""Universal Human Rights, Federalism, and the International Criminal Court"." International Journal on World Peace XVI.1 (March 1999): 31-49.
  4. D.C. Malone-France. ""Composition Pedagogy and the Philosophy Curriculum"." Revising Academic Writing. Edited by Joseph Harris, et. al.. W.W. Norton and Company forthcoming.

Marko, Tamera L.

  1. "Mothers and Doctors, Wet-Nurses and Pediatricians: Childhood Medicine and Cultural Legacies of slavery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1874-1939." Women, Ethnicity, and Medical Authority: Historical Perspectives on Reproductive Health in Latin America 21 (July, 2004). July, 2004
  2.  "Julyan G. Peard's Race, Place and Medicine: The Idea of the Tropics in Nineteenth-Century Brazilian Medicine". Luso-Brazilian Review 38:2 (Winter, 2001).
  3. with James E. Wadsworth. "Children of the Pátria: Representations of Childhood and Welfare State Ideologies at the 1922 Rio de Janeiro International Expositions." The Americas: A quarterly review of Inter-American Cultural History 58.1 (July, 2001). [htm]
  4.  ""This Journey's Hour"."  University California, San Diego entry selection for the 2001 Poet Laureate Competition, 2001.  [abs]

Maxwell, Leslie C

  1. Maxwell, LC. "Some May Be Infinite." Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction 19.2 (October, 2017).
  2. Maxwell, LC. "Home-Grown Lessons."  Meredith College, February, 2017.
  3. Maxwell, LC. "“part of a little counterculture”: An Interview with Musician Turned Writer Nic Brown." North Carolina Literary Review  (January, 2017): 44-53.
  4. Maxwell, LC. "It's Complicated."  Meredith College, November, 2016.
  5. Maxwell, LC. "May Thy Banner Ever Wave."  Meredith College, November, 2016.
  6. Maxwell, LC. "Native vs. Newcomer: How Politicians Seek to Divide Us."  McClatchy, September, 2016.
  7. Maxwell, LC. "Sweetly Southern."  The News & Observer, July, 2016.
  8. Maxwell, LC. "How the Eye Sees." Cheat River Review .6 (April, 2016).
  9. Maxwell, LC. "An Early History of Hang Gliding." Rappahannock Review 3.2 (April, 2016).
  10. Maxwell, LC. "Preserving and Sharing Meredith's Story."  Meredith College, February, 2016.
  11. Maxwell, LC. "Meredith College Timeline."  Meredith Magazine, February, 2016.
  12. Maxwell, LC. "Meredith at 125."  News & Observer, January, 2016.
  13. Maxwell, LC. "Reading Pam Houston on an Airplane to San Francisco." Juked  (November, 2015).
  14. Maxwell, LC. "Sabbaticals Support Strong Teaching, Keep Faculty Going Strong."  Meredith College, November, 2015.
  15. Maxwell, LC. "When We Silence Women."  McClatchy, October, 2015.
  16. Maxwell, LC. "One of the Two." Gravel Magazine  (October, 2015).
  17. Maxwell, LC. "Tent Stitching." Lockjaw Magazine 2.1 (August, 2015).
  18. Maxwell, LC. "Stories of Strong Women."  Meredith College, June, 2015.
  19. Maxwell, LC. "Beat Poem." Blunderbuss Magazine  (April, 2015).
  20. Maxwell, LC. "Gayle King Is Wrong: Street Harassment Is Not a Compliment."  As It Ought to Be, November, 2014.
  21. Maxwell, LC. "Meredith & the Military."  Meredith College, November, 2014.
  22. Maxwell, LC. "In Which I Attempt to Fold a Piece of Paper Twelve Times." Decomp Magazine  (October, 2014).
  23. Maxwell, LC. "NC Homeschools and Abandoning the Common Good."  McClatchy, August, 2014.
  24. Maxwell, LC. "Reputation for Excellence."  Meredith College, June, 2014.
  25. Maxwell, LC. "We Were Young and Strong." The Fourth River .11 (April, 2014).
  26. Maxwell, LC. "Where Are the Women?."  McClatchy, February, 2014.
  27. Maxwell, LC. "The Art of Negotiation."  Meredith College, February, 2014.
  28. Maxwell, LC. "Art and Activism."  Meredith Magazine, February, 2014.
  29. Maxwell, LC. "Being Hannah Horvath: How Seriously Should We Take Girls?."  As It Ought to Be, January, 2014.
  30. Maxwell, LC. "Taking an Ax to Our Tar Heel Family Tree."  The News Reporter, June, 2013.
  31. Maxwell, LC. "Taking an Ax to Our Tar Heel Family Tree."  McClatchy, June, 2013.
  32. Maxwell, LC. "Networking Angels: Building Relationships, One Alumna at a Time."  Meredith College, February, 2013.
  33. Maxwell, LC. "We Have Waited for Thy Coming."  Meredith College, February, 2012.
  34. Maxwell, LC. "Telling Our Stories."  Ed. Maxwell, LC George Mason University, October, 2010.
  35. Maxwell, LC. "Meredith Continues Efforts to Increase Diversity."  Meredith College, February, 2004.
  36. Maxwell, LC. "Coming Home to 3800 Hillsborough Street."  Meredith College, November, 2003.

Morgan, Adrienne A.

  1. Aiken-Morgan, AT; Gamaldo, AA; Sims, RC; Allaire, JC; Whitfield, KE. "Education Desegregation and Cognitive Change in African American Older Adults.." Journals of Gerontology: Series B 70.3 (May, 2015): 348-356. [doi]  [abs]

Moskovitz, Cary

  1. Moskovitz, C. "Beyond “See Figure 1”: A Heuristic for Writing About Figures and Tables." Journal of College Science Teaching 52.3 (February, 2023): 67-74.  [abs]
  2. Moskovitz, C; Hall, S; Pemberton, M. "Common Misconceptions about Text Recycling in Scientific Writing."  American Institute of Biological Sciences, October, 2022. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Moskovitz, C. "Text Recycling in Chemistry Research: The Need for Clear and Consistent Guidelines." International Ethics in Chemistry: Developing Common Values across Cultures. Edited by Schelble, SM; Elkins, K. American Chemical Society November, 2021.  [abs]
  4. 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]
  5. Moskovitz, C. "There is no absolute expectation about text recycling.." Clinical Biochemistry 86 (December, 2020): 65-66. [doi]
  6. 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]
  7. Pemberton, M; Moskovitz, C; Hall, S; Anson, CM. "Reuse in STEM Research Writing: Rhetorical and Practical Considerations and Challenges." Aila Review 33.1 (2020): 120-135.
  8. Moskovitz, C. "Text Recycling in Scientific Writing."  25.3 (2019): 813-851. [doi]  [abs]
  9. Hall, S; Moskovitz, C; Pemberton, MA. "Attitudes toward text recycling in academic writing across disciplines.." Accountability in Research 25.3 (January, 2018): 142-169. [doi]  [abs]
  10. Moskovitz, C. "Volunteer Expert Readers: Drawing on the University Community to Provide Professional Feedback for Engineering Student Writers." Advances in Engineering Education 6.1 (March, 2017): 1-31.  [abs]
  11. Moskovitz, C. "Text recycling in health sciences research literature: a rhetorical perspective." Research Integrity and Peer Review 2.1 (February, 2017): 1. [doi]  [abs]
  12. Moskovitz, C; Smith-Lovin, L. Writing in Sociology: A Brief Guide.  edited by Deans, T; Poe, M Oxford University Press, November, 2016 .  [abs]
  13. Moskovitz, C. "Self-Plagiarism, Text Recycling and Science Education."  American Institute of Biological Sciences, January, 2016: 5-6. [doi]  [abs]
  14. Moskovitz, C. "Plagiarism or text recycling? It depends on the context.."  Oxford University Press, December, 2015.
  15. with Lynn Smith-Lovin. "Book contract: A Very Short Guide to Writing in Sociology."  Oxford University Press, 2014.
  16. Moskovitz, C; Kellogg, D. "Lab course goals: Science or writing? Response."  American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), July, 2011: 524. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  17. Moskovitz, C. "Reader Experts Help Students Bring the Write Stuff."  May, 2011.
  18. Moskovitz, C, Introducing Students to College Writing. Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition and Culture 11:1 (Winter, 2011): 211-218. [doi]  [abs]
  19. Moskovitz, C; Kellogg, D. "Inquiry-based writing in the laboratory course (vol 332, pg 922, 2011)."  AMER ASSOC ADVANCEMENT SCIENCE, 2011: 158-158. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  20. Cary Moskovitz,. "“Not (Entirely) in Their Own Words:Plagiarism, Process, and the Complicated Ethics of School Writing”." Writing & Pedagogy 2.2 (2010).  [abs]
  21. Reynolds, JA; Smith, R; Moskovitz, C; Sayle, A. "BioTAP, the Biology Thesis Assessment Protocol: A Systematic Approach to Teaching Scientific Writing and Evaluating Undergraduate Theses." Bioscience 59.10 (2009): 896-903. [11], [doi]  [abs]
  22. Reynolds, JA; Moskovitz, C. "Calibrated Peer Review™ assignments in science courses: Are they designed to promote critical thinking and writing skills?." Journal of College Science Teaching 38.2 (2008): 60-66.  [abs]
  23. Moskovitz, C; Petit, M. ""Insiders and Outsiders: Redrawing the Boundaries of the Writing Program”." Writing Program Administration 31.1 (Fall, 2007).
  24. Gray, SS; Moskovitz, C. ""Some Insights about Students’ Interpretations of Histograms”." Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics 29.1 (January, 2007).  [abs]
  25. Moskovitz, C; Kellogg, D. "Primary science communication in the first-year writing course." College Composition and Communication 57.2 (Spring, 2005): 307-334. [Gateway.cgi]  [abs]
  26. Moskovitz, CA; Hall, RM; DeJarnette, FR. "New device for controlling asymmetric flowfields on forebodies at large alpha." Journal of Aircraft 28.7 (January, 1991): 456-462. [doi]  [abs]
  27. Moskowitz, CA; Hall, RM; Dejarnette, FR. "Combined effects of nose bluntness and surface perturbations on asymmetric flow past slender bodies." Journal of Aircraft 27.10 (January, 1990): 909-910. [doi]
  28. Rao, DM; Moskovitz, C; Murri, DG. "Forebody vortex management for yaw control at high angles of attack." Journal of Aircraft 24.4 (January, 1987): 248-254. [doi]  [abs]

Mullenneaux, Nancy

  1. Mullenneaux, N. "Our Genius, Goodness, and Gumption: Child Actresses and National Identity in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America." The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth 5.2 (2012): 283-308. [doi]

Neill, Sarah E

  1. Sarah Elaine Neill. "Johannes Brahms. Albumblatt fuer Klavier." Nineteenth-Century Music Review 10.1 (June 2013): 198-201. [repo_A892e2yI]

Neuschel, Kristen

  1. Neuschel, K; Noble, T; Strauss, B; Osheim, D; Accampo, E. Western Civilization: Beyond Boundaries. 2012 .
  2. Neuschel K,. Western Civilization: The Continuing Experiment.  Fourth Edition Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2004 . (with Thomas F.X. Noble et al.)

Odendahl-James, Jules

  1. Stewart, KA; Loiseau, N; Odendahl-James, J; Rainer, C; Alexopoulos, E, Theatre as a Transformative Learning Experience for US-Based Students of Global Health Ethics. Critical Stages :17 (2018): 1-16.
  2. Odendahl-James, J, Audience as Performer: The Changing Role of Theatre Audiences in the Twenty-First Century. By Caroline Heim . London and New York: Routledge, 2016; pp. 190. $125 cloth, $47.95 paper, $47.95 e-book.. Theatre Survey 58:3 (September, 2017): 420-422. [doi]
  3. Odendahl-James, J, THEATRE FOR CHILDREN IN HOSPITAL: THE GIFT OF COMPASSION. Theatre Journal 69:4 (2017): 604-606.
  4. Odendahl-James, J, THE PENELOPE PROJECT: AN ARTS-BASED ODYSSEY TO CHANGE ELDER CARE. Theatre Journal 69:4 (2017): 604-606.
  5. Odendahl-James, J, Review of Karen H. Rothenberg and Lynn Wein Bush, The Drama of DNA: Narrative Genomics.. The American Journal of Bioethics : Ajob 16:12 (December, 2016): W17-W19. [doi]
  6. Odendahl-James, J, Women's Voices on American Stages in the Early Twenty-First Century: Sarah Ruhl and Her Contemporaries. By Leslie Atkins Durham. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013; pp. ix + 214. $95 cloth, $95 e-book.. Theatre Survey 56:3 (September, 2015): 435-437. [doi]
  7. Odendahl-James, J, Mapping and Making: Dramaturg as Performance Geneticist. Theater Topics 24:3 (September, 2014): 211-223.
  8. Odendahl-James, J. "The Science of Dramaturgy and the Dramaturgy of Science." The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy. Routledge, August, 2014: 381-388. [doi]  [abs]
  9. Odendahl-James, J, Book Review: The Rise of True Crime: 20th-Century Murder and American Popular Culture. Crime, Media, Culture: an International Journal 6:2 (August, 2010): 243-247. [doi]
  10. Odendahl-James, J, Radical Acts: Theater and Feminist Pedagogies of Change. Edited by Ann Elizabeth Armstrong and Kathleen Juhl. San Francisco, CA: Aunt Lute Books, 2007; pp. 329. $17.95 paper.. Theatre Survey 51:1 (May, 2010): 173-175. [doi]
  11. Odendahl-James, J, Review of The Rise of True Crime: Murder and Twentieth Century Armerican Culture by Jean Murley.. Crime, Media, Culture  (2010).
  12. Odendahl-James, J, Review of Radical Acts: Theatre and Feminist Pedagogies of Change, eds. Ann Elizabeth Armstrong and Kathleen Juhl.. Theatre Survey 51:1 (2010).
  13. Odendahl-James, J, "Science is no country for storytellers, baby.": Bones as a Forensic Procedural..   (2010). [science-no-country-storytellers-baby-bones-forensic-procedural]
  14. Odendahl, J. "The Thin Blue Line." Encyclopedia of Documentary Film. Routledge, 2006. (Encyclopedia Entry.)
  15. Odendahl, J. "Arts Funding and Censorship." Social Issues: An Encyclopedia of Controversies, Histories, and Debates. Ed. Ciment, J East River Books, 2006: 169-77. (Article-length encyclopedia entry.)
  16. Odendahl, J. "Longinotto, Kim." Encyclopedia of Documentary Film. Routledge, 2006. (Encyclopedia Entry.)
  17. Odendahl, J, "Embodied Views to the Visual Through Interdisciplinary and Reflexive Methodologies". Text and Performance Quarterly  (January, 2003).  [abs]
  18. Odendahl, J, Giving, Loving, and Writing. M/C: a Journal of Media and Culture 5:6 (November, 2002).
  19. with Odendahl-James, J; Rowett, K; Morton-Brown, M. "The Three Faces of Ophelia or What’s a Nice Girl Like You Doing In a River Like This?." Selected Papers from Duke University’s Eighth Annual Women Studies' Graduate Research Conference, Durham, 14-15 November 1997. Duke University’s Department of Women’s Studies, 1998: 118-135.

Ossi-Lupo, Kerry

  1. Coiner-Collier, S; Scott, RS; Chalk-Wilayto, J; Cheyne, SM; Constantino, P; Dominy, NJ; Elgart, AA; Glowacka, H; Loyola, LC; Ossi-Lupo, K; Raguet-Schofield, M; Talebi, MG; Sala, EA; Sieradzy, P; Taylor, AB; Vinyard, CJ; Wright, BW; Yamashita, N; Lucas, PW; Vogel, ER. "Primate dietary ecology in the context of food mechanical properties.." J Hum Evol 98 (September, 2016): 103-118. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Chalk-Wilayto, J; Ossi-Lupo, K; Raguet-Schofield, M. "Growing up tough: Comparing the effects of food toughness on juvenile feeding in Sapajus libidinosus and Trachypithecus phayrei crepusculus.." Journal of Human Evolution 98 (September, 2016): 76-89. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Borries, C; Lu, A; Ossi-Lupo, K; Larney, E; Koenig, A. "The meaning of weaning in wild Phayre's leaf monkeys: last nipple contact, survival, and independence.." American Journal of Physical Anthropology 154.2 (June, 2014): 291-301. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Borries, C; Primeau, ZM; Ossi-Lupo, K; Dtubpraserit, S; Koenig, A. "Possible predation attempt by a marbled cat on a juvenile Phayre's leaf monkey." Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 62 (January, 2014): 561-565.  [abs]
  5. Borries, C; Lu, A; Ossi-Lupo, K; Larney, E; Koenig, A. "Primate life histories and dietary adaptations: a comparison of Asian colobines and macaques.." American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144.2 (February, 2011): 286-299. [doi]  [abs]
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Parks, Emily L

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Parsons, Sarah E

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Pullum, Amanda B

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Quirici, Marion L

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  6. Quirici, M. "Geniuses without Imagination: Discourses of Autism, Ability, and Achievement." Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 9.1 (January, 2015): 71-88. [doi]
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Rego, Marcia

  1. Rego, M. "Unadvisable." Anthropology and Humanism 43.1 (June, 2018): 156. [doi]
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Reynolds, Julie

  1. Finkenstaedt-Quinn, SA; Gere, AR; Dowd, JE; Thompson, RJ; Halim, AS; Reynolds, JA; Schiff, LA; Flash, P; Shultz, GV. "Postsecondary Faculty Attitudes and Beliefs about Writing-Based Pedagogies in the STEM Classroom.." Cbe Life Sciences Education 21.3 (September, 2022): ar54. [doi]  [abs]
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  7. Mourad, TM; McNulty, AF; Liwosz, D; Tice, K; Abbott, F; Williams, GC; Reynolds, JA. "The role of a professional society in broadening participation in science: A national model for increasing persistence." Bioscience 68.9 (September, 2018): 715-721. [doi]  [abs]
  8. Dowd, JE; Thompson, RJ; Schiff, LA; Reynolds, JA. "Understanding the Complex Relationship between Critical Thinking and Science Reasoning among Undergraduate Thesis Writers.." Cbe Life Sciences Education 17.1 (January, 2018): ar4. [doi]  [abs]
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  11. Dowd, JE; Connolly, MP; Thompson, RJ; Reynolds, JA. "Improved Reasoning in Undergraduate Writing through Structured Workshops." The Journal of Economic Education 46.1 (January, 2015): 14-27. [doi]  [abs]
  12. Dowd, JE; Roy, CP; Thompson, RJ; Reynolds, JA. ""on course" for supporting expanded participation and improving scientific reasoning in undergraduate thesis writing." Journal of Chemical Education 92.1 (January, 2015): 39-45. [doi]  [abs]
  13. Dowd, JE; Duncan, T; Reynolds, JA. "Concept Maps for Improved Science Reasoning and Writing: Complexity Isn't Everything.." Cbe Life Sciences Education 14.4 (January, 2015): ar39. [doi]  [abs]
  14. Reynolds, JA; Lowman, MD. "Promoting ecoliteracy through research service-learning and citizen science." Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11.10 (December, 2013): 565-566. [doi]
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  16. Abraham, JK; Reynolds, JA. "Human diversity in science." Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11.3 (April, 2013): 115. [doi]
  17. Thaiss, C; Reynolds, JA. "How Writing-to-Learn Practices Improve Student Learning: Connecting Research and Practice through a Consideration of Mechanisms of Effect." Changing the Conversation about Higher Education. Edited by Thompson, RJ. Rowman & Littlefield 2013: 216 pages.  [abs]
  18. Reynolds, J. "Disciplinary-Specific Thesis Assessment Protocol: A validated rubric that promotes student learning and faculty development." Changing the Conversation about Higher Education. Edited by Thompson, RJ. Rowman & Littlefield 2013: 216 pages.  [abs]
  19. Ye, J; Reynolds, JF; Reynolds, JA; Herrick, JE; Wu, J; Chuluun, T; Li, F-M; Long, R. "New Ecology Education: Preparing Students for the Complex Human- Environmental Problems of Dryland East Asia." Dryland East Asia (DEA): Land Dynamics Amid Social And Climate Change. Edited by Chen, J; Wan, S; Henebry, G; Qi, J; Gutman, G; Sun, G; Kappas, M. WALTER DE GRUYTER 2013: 470 pages.  [abs]
  20. Beck, C; Klemow, K; Paulson, J; Bernstein, A; Lam, M; Middendorf, G; Reynolds, J; Belanger, K; Cardelus, C; Cid, C; Doshi, S; Gerardo, N; Jablonski, L; Kimmel, H; Lowman, M; Macrae-Crerar, A; Pohlad, B; de Roode, J; Thomas, C. "Add ecology to the pre-medical curriculum.." Science (New York, N.Y.) 335.6074 (March, 2012): 1301. [doi]
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  22. Goldberg, R; Caves, K; Reynolds, JA. "Improving the quality of writing in a capstone engineering design course." Asee Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings  (August, 2011). [fetch]  [abs]
  23. Reynolds, JA; Thompson, RJ. "Want to improve undergraduate thesis writing? Engage students and their faculty readers in scientific peer review.." Cbe Life Sciences Education 10.2 (January, 2011): 209-215. [21633069], [doi]  [abs]
  24. Goldberg, R; Caves, K; Reynolds, JA. "Improving the quality of writing in a capstone engineering design course." Asee Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings  (January, 2011).  [abs]
  25. III, C; FS, ; Power, ME; Pickett, STA; Freitag, A; Reynolds, JA; Jackson, RB; Lodge, DM; Duke, C; Collins, SL; Power, AG; Bartuska, A. "Earth Stewardship: science for action to sustain the human-earth system." Ecosphere 2.8 (2011): art89. [doi]
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  27. Reynolds, J; Smith, R; Moskovitz, C; Sayle, A. "BioTAP: A systematic approach to teaching scientific writing and evaluating undergraduate theses." Bioscience 59.10 (November, 2009): 896-903. [doi]  [abs]
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  29. Reynolds, JA; Moskovitz, C. "Calibrated Peer Review™ assignments in science courses: Are they designed to promote critical thinking and writing skills?." Journal of College Science Teaching 38.2 (2008): 60-66.  [abs]
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Russell, Vicki

  1. with Russell, V; Benhase, K, Book Review of ESL Writers: A Guide for Writing Center Tutors. Writing Lab Newsletter  (2004).

Sayle, Amy E.

  1. A.E. Sayle,Savitz DA, Williams JF.. ""Accuracy of reporting of sexual activity during late pregnancy"." Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 17.2 (April, 2003): 143-7.
  2. A.E. Sayle, Wilcox AJ, Weinberg CT, Baird DD. ""A prospective study of the onset of symptoms of pregnancy"." Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 55 (2002): 676-80.
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Schonberg, Eliana J.

  1. Schonberg, E; Bromley, P; Northway, K. "L2 Student Satisfaction in the Writing Center: A Cross-Institutional Study of L1 and L2 Students." Praxis: a Writing Center Journal 16.1 (December, 2018): 20-27.  [abs]
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  3. Bromley, P; Northway, K; Schonberg, E. "Transfer and Dispositions in Writing Centers: A Cross-Institutional, Mixed-Methods Study." Across the Disciplines 13.1 (January, 2016): [no-pagination].
  4. Bromley, P; Schonberg, E; Northway, K. "Student Perceptions of Intellectual Engagement in the Writing Center: Cognitive Challenge, Tutor Involvement, and Productive Sessions." Writing Lab Newsletter 39.7-8 (March, 2015): 1-6.
  5. Bromley, P; Northway, K; Schonberg, E. "How Important is the Local, Really? A Cross-Institutional Quantitative Assessment of Frequently Asked Questions in Writing Center Exit Surveys." Writing Center Journal 33.1 (2013): 13-37.
  6. Bromley, P; Northway, K; Schonberg, E. "Bridging Institutions to Cross the Quantitative/Qualitative Divide." Praxis: a Writing Center Journal 8.1 (2010): [no-pagination].
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Schreier, Amy L.

  1. A.L. Schreier & L. Swedell. "The fourth level of social structure in a multi-level society: ecological and social functions of clans in hamadryas baboons." American Journal of Primatology 71 (2009): 1-8.
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Smith, Jacob

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Smith, Lindsey W.

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Smith, Robin A.

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Solomon, Diana K.

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  2. D. Solomon. Bawdy Language: Female Prologues and Epilogues in Restoration Theatre. in progress .
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Strano, Michele M.

  1. M.M. Strano. "Ritualized transmission of social norms through wedding photography." Communication Theory  (2006). Forthcoming

Summers, Jesse S

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Thananopavarn, Susan

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Tharler, Andrew

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Thrall, James H.

  1. James H. Thrall. "Love, Loss and Utopian Community on William Gibson's Bridge." Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction 33.91 (Summer, 2004): 97-115.
  2. James H. Thrall, assistant editor. "Encyclopedia of Protestantism."  Ed. Hans Hillerbrand Taylor and Francis, January, 2004.
  3. James H. Thrall. "Immersing the Chela: Religion and Empire in Rudyard Kipling's Kim." Religion and Literature 36.3 (Autumn, 2004): 45-67.
  4. James H. Thrall, Review Essay of Gauri Viswanathan, Outside the Fold: Conversion, Modernity, and Belief. Polygraph: An International Journal of Culture and Politics World Religions and Media Culture12 (2000): 187-195.

Tost, Tony

  1.  American Recordings.  33 1/3 series Continuum Books, 2010 .  [author's comments]
  2. T. Tost. ""Making in a Universe of Making": after Book 5 of bpNichol's The Martyrology." Open Letter: a Canadian Journal of Writing and Theory forthcoming (2008). The Martyrology: Survivors Retrospective; guest-edited by David Rosenberg
  3. T. Tost. "Review Essay: Poetry Criticism After the Narrative Turn." American Literature 79.4 (December, 2007): 807-820.
  4.  Complex Sleep: Poems.  Kuhl House Poets University of Iowa Press, 2007 .
  5. Review of Robert Kelly, Lapis: poems. Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry & Poetics 30/31 (Winter, 2006): 209-10.
  6. Review of Alexandra Papaditsas and Kent Johnson, The Miseries of Poetry. Jacket 25 (February, 2004). [html]
  7.  Invisible Bride: Poems.  LSU Press, 2004 . (Winner of 2003 Walt Whitman Award.)

Town, Sarah C

  1. Town, S. ""Mi casa es su casa: Cubanía in Cyberspace"." Americas: a Hemispheric Music Journal 29 (December, 2020): 99-108.
  2. Town, S. ""Timbeando en Nueva York": Cuban Timba Takes Root Abroad." Ethnomusicology 63.1 (2019): 105-105. [doi]
  3. Town, S. "Cuba dances: Popular dance, documentary film and the construction of the revolutionary state." Studies in Spanish & Latin American Cinemas 14.2 (June, 2017): 171-191. [doi]

Tuttle, Julie P.

  1. PA Wilfahrt, PS White, BS Collins and JP Tuttle. "Disturbance, Productivity, and Tree Characteristics in the Central Hardwoods Region." Natural Disturbances and Historic Range of Variation: Type, Frequency, Severity, and Post-Disturbance Structure in Central Hardwood Forests USA. Edited by CH Greenberg and BS Collins. Springer vol. 32 2016: 295-318. [doi]  [abs]
  2. JP Tuttle and PS White. "Structural and Compositional Change in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1930s-2000s." Natural Disturbances and Historic Range of Variation: Type, Frequency, Severity, and Post-Disturbance Structure in Central Hardwood Forests USA. Edited by CH Greenberg and BS Collins. Springer vol. 32 2016: 263-295. [doi]  [abs]
  3. PS White and JP Tuttle. "Ecological sustainability as the fourth landmark in the development of conservation ethics.." Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology 27.5 (October, 2013): 952-957. [doi]  [abs]
  4. SJ Walsh, AL McCleary, CF Mena, Y Shao, JP Tuttle, A González and R Atkinson. "QuickBird and Hyperion data analysis of an invasive plant species in the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador: Implications for control and land use management." Remote Sensing of Environment 112.5 (May, 2008): 1927-1941. [doi]
  5. CM Erlien, JP Tuttle, AL McCleary, CF Mena and SJ Walsh. "Complexity Theory and Spatial Simulations of Land Use/Land Cover Dynamics: The Use of “What if” Scenarios for Education, Land Management, and Decision‐Making." Geocarto International 21.4 (December, 2006): 67-74. [doi]

Vidra, Rebecca L.

  1. Vidra, RL; Gallagher, DR; Wilson, V. "Acknowledging the challenges of pedagogical innovation: the case of integrating research, teaching, and the practice of environmental leadership." Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 9.3 (September, 2019): 270-275. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Vidra, RL. "Finding Neutral Buoyancy: An Intersection of Ecology and Feminism through Innovative Pedagogy." Wsq: Women'S Studies Quarterly 45.1-2 (2017): 319-323. [doi]
  3. Vidra, RL. "Cultivating hope through contemplative methods." Journal of Sustainability Education 10 (November, 2015).
  4. Vidra, RL. "Restoration through food and fellowship at Waipa, Kaua'i." Ecological Restoration 32.4 (December, 2014): 345-346. [doi]
  5. Vidra, R. "Intelligent Tinkering: Bridging the Gap between Science and Practice." Restoration Ecology 21.5 (September, 2013): 656-657. [doi]
  6. R.L. Vidra. "On the bus to a sustainable future." News and Observer  (2013).
  7. Vidra, R.L. and T.H. Shear. "Ethical dimensions of ecological restoration." Ch. 6 in F. Comin, ed. Global Challenges for Restoration Ecology, Blackwell Press 2010.
  8. Vidra, RL; Shear, TH. "Thinking locally for urban forest restoration: A simple method links exotic species invasion to local landscape structure." Restoration Ecology 16.2 (June, 2008): 217-220. [doi]  [abs]
  9. Vidra, RL; Shear, TH; Stucky, JM. "Effects of vegetation removal on native understory recovery in an exotic-rich urban forest." The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 134.3 (July, 2007): 410-419. [doi]  [abs]
  10. Vidra, RL; Shear, TH; Wentworth, TR. "Testing the paradigms of exotic species invasion in urban riparian forests." Natural Areas Journal 26.4 (October, 2006): 339-350. [doi]  [abs]
  11. Dickinson, W; Ferreyra, J; Imbesi, KL; Joshi, S; Kingsolver, C; Klein, E; Lessios, N; Ng, A; Stamp, T; White, K; Xu, D; Vidra, RL. "The ethical challenges faced by ecological restorationists." Ecological Restoration 24.2 (January, 2006): 102-104. [doi]
  12. Carpenter, A; Finley, E; Gao, Y; Lin, C; Nuding, A; Shaheen, P; Stewart, L; Sun, X; Taranto, M; Tilley, A; Waggoner, L; Xu, H; Vidra, RL. "Developing a code of ethics for restorationists." Ecological Restoration 24.2 (January, 2006): 105-108. [doi]
  13. Vidra, RL. "Studying the ethics of ecological restoration: An introduction." Ecological Restoration 24.2 (January, 2006): 100-101. [doi]
  14. Vidra, RL. "Ethical Dilemmas in Coral Reef Restoration." Coral Reef Restoration Handbook. Edited by W. Precht. CRC Press January, 2006: 315-324.  [abs]
  15. R.L. Vidra and T.H. Shear. "The human/nature dilemma in ecological restoration." Global Restoration Ecology. Edited by Francisco Comin. Under Review.
  16. Vidra, RL. "What are your ethical challenges?." Ecological Restoration 21.2 (January, 2003): 120-121. [doi]  [abs]

Walsh, Rebecca

  1. "Theorizing Postcolonial Women's Writing." Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Literature  (2008). (invited, forthcoming)
  2. "African-American and Arabic Identity in H.D.'s Fiction, Poetry, and Film." Approaches to Teaching H.D.'s Poetry and Prose  (2008). (accepted)
  3. with Lauren Coats, Matt Cohen, John Miles, Kinohi Nishikawa. "Those We Don't Speak of: Indians in The Village." PMLA  (2008). (accepted, forthcoming)
  4.  "Shirley Graham Du Bois." African-American Women Writers. Greenwood, 2006.
  5.  "Global Diasporas."  Ed. Rebecca Walsh Special Issue2003. (Ed. and Intro. R. Walsh) [title~content=g713769172~db=all]
  6. "Where Metaphor Meets Materiality: The Spatialized Subject and the Limits of Locational Feminism." Exclusions in Feminist Thought: Challenging the Boundaries of Womanhood  (2002): 182-202.
  7.  Review of "The Charm". Sou'wester 32.1 (2002): 119-121.

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]
  3. Vitro, KA; Welsh, ME; Bendor, TK; Moody, A. "Ecological theory explains why diverse island economies are more stable." Complex Systems 26.2 (January, 2017): 135-156. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Welsh, ME; Cronin, JP; Mitchell, CE. "The role of environmental filtering in the leaf economics spectrum and plant susceptibility to pathogen infection." Journal of Ecology 104.6 (November, 2016): 1768-1768. [doi]
  5. ESA,. "Symposium 6: Toward Trait-Based Disease Ecology: Integrating Theory and Data Across Kingdoms." Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 93.1 (January, 2012): 95-99. [doi]
  6. Cronin, JP; Welsh, ME; Dekkers, MG; Abercrombie, ST; Mitchell, CE. "Host physiological phenotype explains pathogen reservoir potential.." Ecology Letters 13.10 (October, 2010): 1221-1232. [doi]  [abs]
  7. Clark, JS; Wolosin, M; Dietze, M; Ibáñez, I; LaDeau, S; Welsh, M; Kloeppel, B. "Tree growth inference and prediction from diameter censuses and ring widths.." Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America 17.7 (October, 2007): 1942-1953. [doi]  [abs]

Wesolowski, Katya

  1. Wesolowski, K. Capoeira Connections A Memoir in Motion.  University of Florida Press, January, 2023 (304 pages pp.).  [abs]
  2. 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]
  3. Wesolowski, K; Castañeda, QE, Ethnography In-Sight: Diasporic Imaginings. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 25:3 (September, 2020): 370-373. [doi]
  4. Wesolowski, K, Body Games: Capoeira and Ancestry. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 22:1 (March, 2017): 198-201.
  5. Wesolowski, K, Jogo de Corpo: Capoeira e Ancestralidade / Body Games: Capoeira and Ancestry, 2013. A film by Richard Pakleppa, Matthias Röhrig Assunção and Mestre Cobra Mansa. 87 min. Color. Distributed by Manganga Produções.. The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 21:3 (2017).
  6. Wesolowski, K. "From “moral disease” to “national sport”: Race, nation, and capoeira In Brazil." Sports Culture in Latin American History January, 2015: 161-182.
  8. Wesolowski, K, Professionalizing capoeira: The politics of play in twenty-first-century Brazil. Latin American Perspectives 39:2 (March, 2012): 82-92. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  9. Wesolowski, K, Native and National in Brazil: Indigeneity after Independence. Latin American Indian Literatures Journal 28:2 (2012): 181-183. [Gateway.cgi]
  10. Wesolowski, K, Review of Stephanie Springgay and Debra Freedman (eds), Curriculum and the Cultural Body. Teachers College Record  (December, 2007).
  11. Wesolowski, K. "Hard Play: Capoeira and the Politics of Inequality in Rio de Janeiro" (Dissertation, Depart of Anthropology and Education, Columbia University)."  2007.
  12. Wesolowski, K, "A Diasporic Practice Goes Back to Africa". Anthropology News 47:5 (May, 2006): 27-28. [repository]
  13. Wesolowski, K, Review of Daryle Williams, Culture Wars In Brazil: The First Vargas Regime, 1930-1945. Luso Brazilian Review. 39:1 (Summer, 2002).
  14. Wesolowski, K, Review of Robert M. Levine, The History of Brazil. Luso Brazilian Review Special Issue, 500 Years of Brazil: Global and Cultural Perspectives 38:2 (Winter, 2001).

Whitt, Matthew S.

  1. Whitt, MS. "Felon Disenfranchisement and Democratic Legitimacy." Social Theory and Practice 43.2 (2017): 283-311. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Whitt, MS. "Other People’s Problems: Student Distancing, Epistemic Responsibility, and Injustice." Studies in Philosophy and Education 35.5 (September, 2016): 427-444. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Whitt, MS. "Sovereignty, community, and the incarceration of immigrants." Death and Other Penalties: Philosophy in a Time of Mass Incarceration April, 2015: 174-192.
  4. MS Whitt. "Sovereignty, community, and the incarceration of immigrants." Death and Other Penalties: Rethinking Prisons and Capital Punishment (Forthcoming 2015): 174-192.  [abs]
  5. Whitt, M. "Democracy's Sovereign Enclosures: Territory and the All-affected Principle." Constellations 21.4 (December, 2014): 560-574. [doi]
  6. Whitt, MS. "The Ethics of Immigration." Ethics & Global Politics 7.3 (January, 2014): 137-141. [doi]
  7. Whitt, MS. "The Problem of Poverty and the Limits of Freedom in Hegel’s Theory of the Ethical State." Political Theory 41.2 (Spring, 2013): 257-284. [257.abstract], [doi]

Wilhite, Keith M.

  1. Keith Wilhite. "Mapping Black and Brown L.A.: Zoot Suit Riots as Spatial Subtext in If He Hollers Let Him Go." Arizona Quarterly  (Forthcoming 2010).
  2. Keith Wilhite. "A Proposal for Making the Job Search More Humane." The Chronicle of Higher Education  (August 31, 2009). [available here]
  3. Keith Wilhite. "John Cheever’s Shady Hill, Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Suburbs." Studies in American Fiction 34 (2006): 215-239.
  4. Keith Wilhite. "His Mind Was Full of Absences: Whitman at the Scene of Writing." ELH 71 (2004): 921-948.
  5. Keith Wilhite. "A Yearning for a Kind of Consciousness: Black Boy and the Aesthetic Solution." Prose Studies 22 (1999): 103-120.

Woods, Jennifer C.

  1. Woods, JC, Review of Raymund Kottje, Verzeichnis der Handschriften mit den Werken des Hrabanus Maurus. Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Hilfsmittel 27, . Hannover: Hahnsche Buchhandlung, 2012. The Medieval Review  (November, 2014). [14.11.02.html]
  2. Woods, JC. "Inmaculata, Incorrupta, Intacta: Preaching Mary in the Carolingian Age." Sermo Doctorum. Compilers, Preachers and their Audiences in the Early Medieval West, Sermo 9 Sermo: Studies on Patristic, Medieval and Reformation Sermons and Preaching9 (2013): 229-262.
  3.  Verrius, Festus and Paul: Lexicography, Scholarship and Society.  edited by Glinister, F; Woods, JC; North, J; Crawford, M2007 .
  4. Woods, JC. "A contribution to the King’s Library: Paul the Deacon’s epitome of Festus’ De verborum significatu." Verrius, Festus and Paul: Lexicography, Scholarship and Society  (2007): 222-276.
  5. Woods, JC, Review of: Mario de Nonno, Paolo de Paolis (eds.) Manuscripts and the Tradition of Grammatical Texts from Antiquity to the Renaissance (2 vols), Cassino, 2000. Classical Review 55:1 (2005): 165-167. (Proceedings of a Conference held at Erice, 16-23 October 1997, as the 11th Course of International School for the study of Written Records)  [abs]
  6. with Rice, L; Woods, JC. Domenico Allegri, Music for an Academic Defense (Rome, 1617).  edited by John, A in Recent Researches in the Music of the Music of the Baroque A-R Editions, Spring, 2004 .
  7. Woods, JC, Review of Bengt Lofstedt (ed), Hrabani Mauri Expositio in Matthaeum CCCM 174-174A, Turnhout: Brepols, 2000. Journal of Medieval Latin 13 (2004): 271-274.
  8. Woods, JC, Review of A. Moscadi, Il Festo Farnesiano. Classical Review 52:1 (2002): 197-198.
  9. "Proceedings of Collection Canonum Hibernensis: Text and Context." Peritia 14 (2000): 1-110.
  10. Woods, JC, Review of F. A. C. Mantello and A. G. Rigg (eds), Medieval Latin: An Introduction and Bibliographical Guide, Catholic Univ. of America Press, 1996. Medium Aevum 67:2 (1998): 316-318.
  11. Woods, JC. "Six New Sermons by Hrabanus Maurus on the Virtues and Vices." In Revue Bénédictine 107 (1997): 280-306.

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