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Faculty Publications

Tricia Asklar (English) published ekphrastic poems in the book 1 x 8 x 16: Sixteen Poets Respond to the Art of Brittany Ryan (Writers & Books’ Big Pencil Press, 2012).


Daniel Birmajer (Mathematics) published “Factoring Polynomials in the Ring of Formal Power Series Over,” International Journal of Number Theory (IJNT), Volume No. 08, Issue No. 7 (November 2012).


Scott M. Campbell (Philosophy) published The Early Heidegger’s Philosophy of Life: Facticity, Being, and Language (Fordham University Press, 2012) and the first English translation of Martin Heidegger: Basic Problems of Phenomenology, Winter Semester 1919/1920 (Bloomsbury Academic, 2012).


Mary C. Carlson (Music) co-authored Sequential Guides for Music Instruction (Band, Chorus, Orchestra, and Classroom/General Music), New York State School Music Association, 2012.


Hilda Chacón (Modern Foreign Languages) published “Exilio y cárcel” in Diálogo (De Paul University, 2012); “Mujeres al rescate: imaginación creadora como atributo femenino en los filmes de Pedro Almodóvar” in How the Films of Pedro Almodovar Draw Upon and Influence Spanish Society (The Edwin Mellen Press, 2012); “Yo también tengo dos abuelas” in Anthology of Memories of Hispanic Grandmothers as Remembered by Their Grandchildren (Torremozas, Spain, 2012); “Maneras de irse,” in Letras Femeninas, Winter 2012, Number 2, vol. XXXVIII; and “Rituales,” Ámbitos feministas 2012, Revista Crítica Multidisciplinaria de la Coalición Feministas Unidas.


Anne Coon (English) published poetry in Grey Sparrow Journal (Winter 2012), Nimrod International Journal (2012), and 1 x 8 x 16: Sixteen Poets Respond to the Art of Brittany Ryan (Writers & Books’ Big Pencil Press, 2012).


Corinne Dempsey (Religious Studies) published Bringing the Sacred Down to Earth: Adventures in Comparative Religion (Oxford University Press, 2011).


Timothy Glander (Social and Psychological Foundations of Education) published “Stirring Up Noble Discontent: Jonathan Kozol Talks to Teachers” in A Persistent Reformer: Jonathan Kozol’s Work to Promote Equality in America, ed. Richard Ognibene (Peter Lang Publishing Inc., 2012).


Rebecca Housel (English) published “‘Put That in Your Pipe and Smoke It’: The Women of Downton Abbey” in Downton Abbey and Philosophy: The Truth Is Neither Here Nor There, ed. Mark White (Wiley 2012).


Nicole Juersivich (Mathematics) published “Investigating the Law of Large Numbers with Visual Basic” in Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education (September 2012).


Mary Dahl Maher (Nursing) co-authored Mothering: An Art of the Heart (CreateSpace, 2012).


Adrielle Mitchell (English) published “Exposition and Disquisition: Non-Fiction Graphic Narratives and Comics Theory in the Literature Classroom” in Teaching Comics and Graphic Narratives: Essays on Theory, Strategy, and Practice, ed. Lan Dong, (McFarland Press, 2012).


Lisa Glebatis Perks (English) published “Sox and Stripes: Baseball’s Ironic American Dreams” in Communication Quarterly 60.4; “Three Satiric Television Decoding Positions” in Communication Studies 63.3; and “The Ancient Roots of Humor Theory” in Humor: The International Journal of Humor Research 25.2.


Yamuna Sangarasivam (Sociology and Anthropology) published “Cyber Rebellion: Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks, and the Struggle to Break the Power of Secrecy in the Global War on Terror” in Perspectives on Global Developments and Technology (Spring 2013).


Muhammad Shafiq (Religious Studies) published “Acknowledge Responsibility for Conflict and Injustice and Seek Repentance and Forgiveness, Muslim Reflection” in Interfaith Just Peacemaking: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives on the New Paradigm of Peace and War, ed. Susan B. Thistlethwaite (Palgrave Macmillan Press, 2012).


Linda Shriber (Occupational Therapy) co-authored “A Visual Haptic System for Children with Learning Disabilities: Software and Hardware Design Considerations” in Journal of Interactive Learning Research (2012) Vol. 23(2) 113-141.


Renee van der Vennet (Creative Arts Therapy) co-authored “Can Coloring Mandalas Reduce Anxiety? A Replication Study” in Art Therapy: The Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, (2012) 29(2), 87-92.


Maria Rosaria Vitti-Alexander (Foreign Languages and Literatures) published “Piran-dellismo e sicilitudine nei film di Martin Scorsese” in Quel che il cinema deve a Pirandello (Metauro 2011) and “La terra di Sergio Rubini” in Cinema Contemporaneo (Metauro 2011).


Ed Wiltse (English) published “Doing Time in College: Student/Prisoner Reading Groups and the Object(s) of Literary Study” in Critical Survey (Winter 2011).