Faculty & staff articles and creative works honored at February 27, 2014 reception
* indicates student co-authors
I. Articles in Journals and Essays in books:
Julia Alvarez (English and American Literatures)
Alvarez, Julia. “The Most Special of All.” Foreword to I Want You To Have This: A Collection of Objects And Their Stories From Around the World:Written by Eleventh Graders from Boston International High School (826 Boston, 2013).
Alvarez, Julia. “Stories to Steer By.” The Progressive Magazine 76 (December 2012/January 2013).
Alvarez, Julia. “The Older Writer in the Underworld: Remembering and Renewing with Demeter, Persephone, and Hades.” Parabola, January 31,2013.
William Amidon (Geology)
Amidon, W.H., Bookhagen, B., Avouac, J.P., Smith, T.T.*, Rood, D. “Late Pleistocene Glacial Advances in the Western Tibet Interior.” Earth and Planetary Science Letters 381 (2013): 210–221.
Thomas Beyer (Russian)
Beyer, Thomas. “Andrei Bely, Gerhart Hauptmann, Alexei Remisow—Eine Begegnung In Berlin: Zum 150. Geburtstag von Gerhart Hauptmann. Bibliotheks Magazin, I (2013): 76–80.
Beyer, Thomas. “Вера Лурье [Об Андрее Белом]. Наброски воспоминаний.” Смерть Андрея Белого (1880–1934). Сборник статей и материалов: документы, некрологи, письма, дневники, посвящения, портреты. Сост. М.Л. Спивак, Е.В. Наседкина.—М.: Новое литературное обозрение. (2013): 692–697.
Beyer, Thomas. “Белая магия чисел“ Культура, ТВ 24, 2.5.(2013): http://www.vesti.ru/videos?vid=504458
Beyer, Thomas. “Interview on Russian literature.” InVictory (May 2013): 4–8. (http://www.invictory.info/article941.html)
Erik Bleich (Political Science)
Bleich, Erik, and Francesca Lambert. “Why Racist Associations are Free in Some States and Banned in Others: Evidence from 10 Liberal Democracies.” West European Politics 36, 1 (2013): 122–49.
Bleich, Erik, and Robert Pekkanen. “How to Report Interview Data.” Interview Research in Political Science. Ed. Layna Mosley. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2013. 84–105.
Bob Buckeye (College Archivist, Emeritus)
Buckeye, Bob. “Silence and Music.” House Organ 85 (Winter 2014): 19–21 [Published in December 2013].
Buckeye, Bob. “Seeing Things Through Things.” Film International (Goteborg, Sweden, July 16, 2013): 8609–8613.
Buckeye, Bob. “Creating Space Where There Appears to be None.” House Organ 83 (Summer 2013): 20–22.
Buckeye, Bob. “The Forbidden Dream of Those Outside the Game.” House Organ 82 (Spring 2013): 20–22.
Buckeye, Bob. “Some Notes on Bobbie Louise Hawkins.” House Organ 81 (Winter 2013): 28–31.
Richard Bunt (Chemistry/Biochemistry)
Majerczyk, Charlotte, Loren Kinman, Tony Han, Richard Bunt, and E. Peter Greenberg. “Virulence of Burkholderia mallei Quorum-Sensing Mutants” Infect. Immun. 81, 5 (2013): 1471.
Susan Burch (American Studies)
Burch, Susan, and Lindsey Patterson. “Not Just Any Body: Disability, Gender, and History.” Journal of Women’s History 25 (Winter 2013): 122–137.
Ott, Katherine, and Susan Burch, co-curators. Every Body: A History of Disability in America. Smithsonian National Museum of American History, 2013. Available online at everybody.si.edu
Jeffrey Carpenter (Economics)
Carpenter, Jeffrey. “Overconfidence is a Social Signaling Bias.” With Stephen Burks, Lorenz Goette and Aldo Rustichini. Review of Economic Studies 80(3): (2013): 949–983.
Carpenter, Jeffrey. “Cognitive Ability and Strategic Sophistication.” With Michael Graham* and Jesse Wolf*. Games and Economic Behavior 80(1):(2013): 115–130.
Carpenter, Jeffrey. “Risk Attitudes and Well-being in Latin America.” With Juan Camilo Cardenas. Journal of Development Economics 103(2): (2013):52–61.
Carpenter, Jeffrey. “Self Selection and Variations in the Laboratory Measurement of Other-Regarding Preferences across Subject Pools: Evidence from one college student and two adult samples.” With Jon Anderson, Stephen Burks, Lorenz Goette, Karsten Maurer, Daniele Nosenzo, Ruth Potter, Kim Rocha and Aldo Rustichini. Experimental Economics, 16(2): (2013): 170–189.
Svea Closser (Sociology/Anthropology)
Closser, Svea, and Rashid Jooma. “Why We Must Provide Better Support for Pakistan’s Female Frontline Health Workers.” PLOS Medicine 10(10):(2013): e1001528.
Molly Costanza-Robinson (Chemistry/Biochemistry)
Costanza-Robinson, M. S.; Carlson, T. D.; Brusseau, M. L. “Vaporphase Transport of Trichloroethene in an Intermediate-scale Vadose-zone System: Retention Processes and Partitioning-tracer-based Prediction.” Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 14: (2013): 82–89, doi: 10.1016/j. jconhyd.2012.12.004.
Matthew Dickerson (Computer Science)
G. Barequet, M.T. Dickerson, D. Eppstein, D. Hodorkovsky, and K. Vyatkina. “On 2-site Voronoi Diagrams under Geometric Distance Functions.” Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 28:2 (2013): 267–27.
Dickerson, Matthew. “The Hröa and Fëa of Middle-earth: Health, Ecology and the War.” The Body in Tolkien’s Legendarium: Essays on Middleearth Corporeality. Ed. Christopher Vaccaro. Jefferson, NC: McFarland,2013. 64–82.
Matthew Dickinson (Political Science)
Dickinson, Matthew. “The Presidency and Congress.” The Presidency and the Political System, 10th ed. Ed. Michael Nelson. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2013.
Hang Du (Chinese)
Du, Hang. “The Development of Chinese Fluency during Study Abroad in China.” The Modern Language Journal 97 (2013): 131–143.
Ellie Gebarowski-Shafer (Religion)
Gebarowski-Shafer (Bagley), Ellie. “The Transatlantic Reach of the Catholic ‘False Translation’ Argument in the School ‘Bible Wars.’” US Catholic Historian 31 (Summer 2013): 47–76.
Gebarowski-Shafer (Bagley), Ellie. “Catholics and the King James Bible: Stories from England, Ireland, and America.” Scottish Journal of Theology 66 (August 2013): 253-60.
Kemi Fuentes-George (Political Science)
Fuentes-George, Kemi. “Neoliberalism, Environmental Justice, and the Convention on Biological Diversity.” Global Environmental Politics 13 (4): (2013): 144–163.
Eilat Glikman (Physics)
Glikman, E., Urrutia, T., Lacy, M., Djorgovski, S.G., Urry, C.M., Croom, S., Schneider, D.P., Mahabal, A., Graham, M., Ge, J. “Dust Reddened Quasars in FIRST and UKIDSS: Beyond the Tip of the Iceberg.” The Astrophysical Journal, 778: (2013): 127–144.
Noah Graham (Physics)
Quandt, M., N. Graham, and H. Weigel. “Quantum Stabilization of a Closed Nielsen-Olesen String.” arXiv:1303.0178, Physical Review D87 (2013) 085013.
N. Graham. “Electromagnetic Casimir Forces in Elliptic Cylinder Geometries.” arXiv:1303.6354, Physical Review D87 (2013) 105004.
Graham, N., M. Quandt, and H. Weigel. “Attractive Electromagnetic Casimir Stress on a Spherical Dielectric Shell.” arXiv:1305.5144, Physics Letters B726 (2013) 846.
Edery, A, and N. Graham. “Radiatively Induced Symmetry Breaking and the Conformally Coupled Magnetic Monopole in AdS Space.” arXiv:1310.7878, Journal of High Energy Physics 11 (2013) 109.
Leger Grindon (Film and Media Culture)
Grindon, Leger. Interviewed in Kings of the Ring, BBC documentary on Hollywood boxing films under the direction of Angus McIntyre, March 3, 2013.
Mario Higa (Spanish/Portuguese)
Higa, Mario. “Reading Lima Barreto against Lima Barreto.” Lima Barreto: New Critical Perspectives. Ed. Daniel F. Silva and Lamonte Aidoo. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 2014. 167–85.
Brigitte Humbert (French)
Humbert, Brigitte. “Nostalgia and Modernity in Two Recent ‘Paris’ Films.” Quarterly Review of Film and Video 30.1 (2013):16–24.
Humbert, Brigitte. “Parodying the Transatlantic Romance: Julie Delpy’s 2 Days in Paris.” Nouvelles Francographies 4.1–3 (Actes du colloque, vol. II) (2013): 119–133.
Michael Katz (Russian Emeritus)
Tolstoy, Sophia. From “Song Without Words.” Translated from the Russian by Michael R. Katz. New England Review 33.4: (2013):161–177.
David Kauchak (Computer Science)
Leroy, Gondy and David Kauchak. “The Effect of Word Familiarity on Actual and Perceived Text Difficulty.” Journal of American Medical informatics Association (AMIA) (2013).
Kauchak, David. “Improving Text Simplification Language Modeling Using Unsimplified Text Data.” Proceedings of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) (2013).
Leroy, Gondy, James E. Endicott, David Kauchak, Obay Mouradi and Melissa Just. “User Evaluation of the Effects of a Text Simplification Algorithm Using Term Familiarity on Perception, Understanding, Learning, and Information Retention.” Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) (2013).
Leroy, Gondy, David Kauchak and Obay Mouradi. “A User-study Measuring the Effects of Lexical Simplification and Coherence Enhancement on Perceived and Actual Text Difficulty.” International Journal of Medical Informatics (IJMI) (2013).
Kareem Khalifa (Philosophy)
Díez, José, Kareem Khalifa, and Bert Leuridan. “General Theories of Explanation: Buyer Beware.” Synthese 190 (3): (2013): 379–396.
Khalifa, Kareem. “The Role of Explanation in Understanding.” The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 64 (1): (2013a): 161–187.
Khalifa, Kareem. “Is Understanding Explanatory or Objectual?” Synthese 190 (6): (2013b): 1153–1171.
Khalifa, Kareem. “Understanding, Grasping, and Luck.” Episteme 10 (1): (2013c): 1–17.
Khalifa, K., and M.C. Gadomski.* “Understanding as Explanatory Knowledge: The Case of Bjorken Scaling.” Studies In History and Philosophy of Science Part A 44 (3)(2013): 384–392.
Matthew Kimble (Psychology)
Ghisi, M., Novara, C., Buodo, G., Kimble, M., Scozzari, S., Di Natale,A., Sanavio, E, and Palomba, D. “Psychological Distress and Posttraumatic Symptoms Following Occupational Accidents.” Behavioral Sciences 3 (2013):587–600.
Kimble, M.O., Fleming, K., and Bennion, K.* “Contributors to Hypervigilance in a Military and Civilian Sample.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28(8) (2013): 1672–1692.
Michael Kraus (Political Science)
Kraus, Michael. “Ke vzniku a činnosti české instituce paměti.” (“On the Origins and the Activities of a Czech Institution of Memory”). Paměť a dějiny VII (2) (Spring 2013): 129–132.
James Larrabee (Chemistry/Biochemistry)
Daumann, L. J.; Larrabee, J. A.; Comba, P.; Schenk, G.; Gahan, L. R. “Dinuclear Cobalt(II) Complexes as Metallo-β-Lactamase Mimics.” Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. (2013): 3082–3089.
Daumann, L. J.; Comba, P., Larrabee, J. A.; Schenk, G.; Stranger, R.; Cavigliasso, G.; Gahan, L. R. “Synthesis, Magnetic Properties, and Phosphoesterase Activity of Dinuclear Cobalt(II) Complexes.” Inorg. Chem. 52 (2013): 2029–2043.
Daumann, L. J.; McCarthy, B. Y.; Hadler, K. S.; Murray, T. P.; Tracy, P.; Gahan, L. R.; Larrabee, J. A.; Ollis, D. L.; Schenk, G. “Promiscuity Comes at a Price: Catalytic Versatility vs Efficiency in Different Metal Ion Derivatives of the Potential Bioremediator GpdQ.” Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 183 (2013): 424–432.
Samuel Liebhaber (Arabic)
Liebhaber, Samuel. “Rhetoric, Rite of Passage and the Multilingual Poetics of Arabia: A Thematic Reading of the Mahri Tribal Ode.” Journal of Middle Eastern Literatures 16:2 (2013): 118–146.
George Matthew (Music)
Matthew, George. GCNA members’ participation in the worldwide celebration of John Cage’s Centenary. Carillon News.
Jason Mittell (Film and Media Culture)
Mittell, Jason. “The Qualities of Complexity: Vast versus Dense Seriality in Contemporary Television.” Television Aesthetics and Style. Eds. Steven Peacock and Jason Jacobs. Bloomsbury, 2013. 45–56.
Mittell, Jason. “Serial Orientations: Paratexts and Contemporary Complex Television.” (Dis)Orientation: (Dis)Orienting Media and Narrative Mazes. Eds. Julia Eckel, et. al. Transcript-Verlag Press, 2013. 165–82.
Mittell, Jason. “Haunted by Seriality: The Formal Uncanny of Mulholland Drive.” Cinephile 9:1 (Spring 2013): 27–32.
Stefano Mula (Italian)
de Voragine, Jacques. La Légende dorée. Vie et mort de saintes illustres, Paris,Gallimard, 2013. French translation of fourteen women’s lives from the Golden Legend. Under the direction of Alain Boureau, with Monique Goullet, Pascal Collomb, Laurence Moulinier and Stefano Mula.
Mula, Stefano. “Средневековые цистерцианские exempla: между филологией и историей” in Вестник ПСТГУ. St Tikhon’s University Review. Series Philology III: 3 (2013): 113–132.
Mula, Stefano. “Sex, Violence, and the Holy: Aspects of Humor in Medieval Narrative.” At Whom Are We Laughing? Humor in Romance Language Literatures. Eds. Zenia S. DaSilva and Gregory M. Pell. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. 121–131.
Jeffrey Munroe (Geology)
Capers, R.S., Kimball, K.D., McFarland, K.P., Jones, M.T., Lloyd, A.H., Munroe, J.S., Fortin, F., Mattrick, C., Goren, J., Sperduto, D.D., and Paradis, R. “ Establishing Alpine Research Priorities in Northeastern North America.” Northeastern Naturalist 20(4) (2013): 559–577.
Munroe, J.S., and Laabs, B.J.C., 2013: Latest Pleistocene History of Pluvial Lake Franklin, Northeastern Nevada, USA. Geological Society of America Bulletin 125 (2013): 322–342.
Munroe, J.S., Klem, C.M.*, and Bigl, M.F.* “A Lacustrine Sedimentary Record of Holocene Periglacial Activity from the Uinta Mountains, Utah, U.S.A. Quaternary Research 79: (2013): 101–109.
Laabs, B.J.C., Munroe, J.S., Best, L.C., and Caffee, M.W. “Timing of the Last Glaciation and Subsequent Deglaciation in the Ruby Mountains, Great Basin, USA. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 361: (2013): 16–25.
Margaret Nelson (Sociology/Anthropology)
Nelson, Margaret K. “Fictive Kin, Voluntary Kin, Families We Choose: What does the Discourse Tell Us?” Journal of Family Theory and Review 5 (December 2013): 259–281.
Nelson, Margaret K., Rosanna Hertz, and Wendy Kramer. “The New Family Structure: Donors and Donor Siblings.” Visions of the 21st Century Family: Transforming Structures and Identities, Volume 7 of Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research. Eds. Patricia Neff Claster and Sampson Lee Blair. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013. 1–42.
Hertz, Rosanna, Margaret K. Nelson, and Wendy Kramer. “Donors- Conceived Offspring Conceive of the Donor: The Relevance of Age, Awareness, and Family Structure.” Social Science and Medicine 86 (June 2013): 52–65.
Marybeth Nevins (Sociology/Anthropology)
Nevins, M. Eleanor. “Grow with that, Walk with that: Hymes, Dialogicality and Text Collections.” Journal of Folklore Research 50 (1–3) (2013): 79–116.
Nevins, Thomas J. and M. Eleanor Nevins. “Speaking in the Mirror of the Other: Dialectics of Intersubjectivity and Temporality in Western Apache Discourse.” Language and Communication 33(3) (2013): 292–306.
Nancy O’Connor (French (Emerita))
Bourget, Paul. “On Flaubert.” Translated from the French by Nancy O’Connor. New England Review 33.4: (2013): 11–30.
Andrea Olsen (Dance)
Olsen, Andrea. “Sustainability and Art Making.” Sustainability: The Journal of Record 6 ( June 2013): 142–146, including cover photograph.
Cynthia Packert (History of Art and Architecture)
Packert, Cynthia. “An Absent Presence in Vrindavana.” Radha: From Gopi to Goddess. Ed. Harsha Dehejia. New Delhi: Niyogi Books, 2014. 50–57.
Packert, Cynthia. “‘Which God shall We Install?’” Early Swaminarayan Iconography and its Relationship to Vaishnavism.” Journal of Vaishnava Studies 21.2 (Spring 2013): 71–82.
Clarissa Parker (Psychology)
McGuire, J.L., Bergstrom, H.C., Parker, C.C., Le, T., Morgan, M.,Tang, H., Selwyn, R., Silva, A.C., Choi, K., Ursano, R.J., Palmer, A.A., Johnson, L.R. “Traits of Fear Resistance and Susceptibility in a Selected Mouse Line.” European Journal of Neuroscience 38: (2013): 3314–3324.
Coyner, J., McGuire, J.L., Parker, C.C., Ursano,.R.R., Palmer, A.A., Johnson, L.R. “Mice Selectively Bred for High and Low Fear Behavior how Differences in the Number of pMAPK (p44/42 ERK) Expressing Neurons in Lateral Amygdala following Pavlovian Fear Conditioning.” Neurobiology of Learning and Memory Jun 28: (2013): pii: S1074–7427 (13)00102-0. doi: 10.1016/j.nlm.2013.06.010.
Cheng, R., Parker, C.C., Abney, M., Palmer, A.A. “Practical Considerations Regarding the Use of Genotype and Pedigree Data in the Context of Genome-wide Association Studies.” G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 3: (2013):1861–1867.
Parker, C.C., Sokoloff, G., Leung, E., Kirkpatrick, S.L., Palmer, A.A. “A large QTL for Fear and Anxiety Mapped Using an F2 Cross can be Dissected into Multiple Smaller QTLs.” Genes, Brain and Behavior 12: (2013): 714–722.
Fitzpatrick, C.J., Gopalakrishnan, S., Cogan, E.S., Yager, L.M., Meyer, P.J., Lovic, V., Saunders, B.T., Parker, C.C., Gonzales, N.M., Aryee, E., Flagel, S.B., Palmer, A.A., Robinson, T.E., Morrow, J.D. “Variation in the form of Pavlovian Conditioned Approach Behavior among Outbred Male Sprague Dawley Rats from Different Vendors and Colonies: Sign-tracking vs. Goal-tracking.” PLoS One 8: (2013): e75042.
Parker, C.C., Palmer, A.A. “Using Intermediate Phenotypes to Bridge the Gap between Human and Mouse Genetics.” J. MacKillop and M. Muñafo Genetic influences on addiction: an intermediate phenotype approach. Eds. J. MacKillop and M. Muñafo. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2013.
Alexis Peri (History)
Peri, Alexis, In History and Subjectivity in Russia: late 19th-20th centuries. Proceedings of the St. Petersburg International Colloquium, June 7-10, 2010 (published 2013):530-544.
William Poulin-Deltour (French)
Poulin-Deltour, William. “The prépa de proximité: A French Attempt at Affirmative Action in Higher Education?” French Politics, Culture & Society 31 (Winter 2013): 114–134.
Poulin-Deltour, William. “Should Sam rap or play the Violin? The Ambiguities of Preparing the Underprivileged for Sciences Po in Paris.” Contemporary French Civilization 38 (December 2013): 305–322.
Will Pyle (Economics)
Pyle, W., and L. Solanko. “The Composition and Interests of Business Lobbies: Testing Olson’s Hypothesis of the ‘Encompassing Organization.’” Public Choice (April 2013): 19–41.
Karas, A., W. Pyle, K. Schoors. “Deposit Insurance, Banking Crises and Market Discipline: Evidence from a Natural Experiment on Deposit Flows and Rates.” Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (February 2013): 179–200.
James Ralph (History)
Ralph, James. “Black Church Divisions and Civil Rights Activism in Chicago.” From Every Mountainside: Black Churches and the Broad Terrain of Civil Rights. Ed. R. Drew Smith. Albany: SUNY Press, 2013. 21–38.
Carrie Reed (Chinese)
Reed, Carrie. “Plowing in the Bedroom, Braying at the Table: Competition and Control in the Tang Tale ‘Banqiao San Niangzi.’” Tamkang Review 43 ( June, 2013): 3–32.
Heather Richards-Rissetto (Geography)
von Schwerin, Jennifer, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Fabio Remondino, and Giorgio Agugiaro. “The MayaArch3D Project: A 3D WebGIS for Analyzing Ancient Maya Architecture and Landscapes at Copan, Honduras.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 2013, doi: 10.1093/llc /fqt059.
Mike Roy (Abernethy Dean of Library and Information Services)
Roy, Michael. “Is Linking Thinking? Addressing and Assessing Scholarship in a Digital Era.” EDUCAUSE Review 48 ( January/February 2013).
Roy, Michael. “Five IT Questions Presidents Should Ask Their CIOs.” EDUCAUSE Review 48 (November/December 2013).
Peter Ryan (Geology)
Ryan, P.C., Kim, J., Mango, H., Hattori, K., Thompson, A. “Arsenic in a Fractured Slate Aquifer System, New England (USA): Inf luence of Bedrock Geochemistry, Groundwater Flow Paths, Redox and Ion Exchange.” Applied Geochemistry 39 (2013): 181–192. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeochem.2013.09.010.
Ryan P.C., Huertas, F.J. “Reaction Pathways of Clay Minerals in Tropical Soils: Insights from Kaolinite-Smectite Synthesis Experiments.” Clays and Clay Minerals 61(2013): 303–318.
Christopher Shaw (English and American Literatures)
Shaw, Christopher. “At Panther Gorge with William James.” New England Review 33.4: (2013): 85–99.
Paul Sommers (Economics)
Moses*, Leo R., Trevor R. Truog*, and Paul M. Sommers. “Is the Gap Between ‘Haves’ and ‘Have-Nots’ Really Widening?” Journal of Recreational Mathematics 37 (2) (2013): 95–101.
Kooi*, Carolyn J., Jessica S. Ebersole*, and Paul M. Sommers. “t-Time on Cruise Ships.” Journal of Recreational Mathematics. 37(2) (2013): 102–107.
Lee*, Jaehyuk, Eric M. Wilson*, Owen J. Witek*, and Paul M. Sommers. “Marriage Gets an Assist from the NHL.” Journal of Recreational Mathematics. 37(2) (2013): 108–113.
Sommers, Paul M. “A Modern-Day Parade of Dwarfs (And A Few Giants).” Atlantic Economic Journal 41 (March 2013): 95–96.
Bent*, Daniel P. and Paul M. Sommers. “Pay and Performance in the National Hockey League, 2011-12.” Atlantic Economic Journal, (DOI) 10.1007/s11293-013-9389-8.
LoRusso*, Matthew H. and Paul M. Sommers. “BABE: The Sultan of Pitching Stats.” Journal of Recreational Mathematics. 37(3) (2013): 219–226.
Li*, Jay and Paul M. Sommers. “Racer Swimsuits Fit to a t.” Journal of Recreational Mathematics. 37(3) (2013): 227–234.
Fox*, Alexandra A., Tucker P. Donahoe*, John M. Yanchek*, and Paul M. Sommers. “Is There a Road-Ice Advantage in NHL Shootouts?” Journal of Recreational Mathematics 37(3) (2013): 235–237.
Mark Spritzer (Biology)
Spritzer, M.D., E.C. Fox*, G.E Larson*, C. Batson*, B. Wagner*, J.E. Maher*. “Testosterone Inf luences Spatial Strategy Preferences among Adult Male Rats.” Hormones and Behavior 63(2013): 800–812.
Allison Stanger (Political Science)
Stanger, Allison. “The Hidden Costs of Outsourcing Diplomacy and Development.” Foreign Service Journal (February 2013): 21–30.
Sarah Stroup (Political Science)
Stroup, Sarah, and Wendy Wong. “Come Together? Different Pathways to International NGO Centralization.” International Studies Review 15 ( June 2013): 163–84.
Jessica Teets (Political Science)
Teets, Jessica. “Let Many Civil Societies Bloom: the Rise of Consultative Authoritarianism in China.” The China Quarterly 213 ( January 2013):19–38.
Rebecca Tiger (Sociology/Anthropology)
Tiger, Rebecca. “Celebrity Drug Scandals, Media Double Standards.” Contexts 12 (Fall 2013): 36–41.
AJ Vasiliou (Chemistry/Biochemistry)
Vasiliou, A.K., Kim, J., Ormond,T., Piech, K., Urness, K., Sheer, A., Robichaud, D., Mukarakate, C., Nimlos, M.R., Daily, J.W., Gaun, Q., Carstensen, H.H., Ellison.G.B. “Biomass Pyrolysis: Thermal Decomposition Mechanism of Furfural and Benzaldehyde.” Journal of Chemical Physics 139: (2013): 104310.
Daniel Velleman (Mathematics)
Velleman, Daniel J. and Gregory S. Warrington. “What to Expect in a Game of Memory.” American Mathematical Monthly 120 (2013): 787–805.
Hector Vila (Writing Program)
Vila, Hector. “Writing as a Transformative Experience.” Community Works Journal (Fall 2013).
Vila, Hector. “Hope on a Tightrope: The Miller Street School.”Community Works Journal (March/Spring, 2013).
Vila, Hector. “Sobre El Ser: La Vida, La Muerte y La Auto Confiaza.”Revista Cronopia U.S.A. ( June/47 Edicion, 2013)).
Steven Viner (Philosophy)
Viner, Steven. “The Moral Foundations of the Jus ad Bellum/Jus in Bello Distinction.” In Routledge Handbook of Ethics and War: Just War Theory in the 21st Century. Eds. Fritz Allhoff, Nicholas G. Evans, and Adam Henschke (Routledge 2013): 49–62.
Phanindra Wunnava (Economics)
Wunnava, Phanindra V. and Albert A. Okunade. “Do Business Executives give more to their Alma Mater? Longitudinal evidence from a Large University.” The American Journal of Economics and Sociology 72, 3 (July 2013): 761–778.
Wunnava, Phanindra V. Detailed commentary for an invited session of refereed papers sponsored by the Labor and Employment Research Association (LERA) at the American Economic Association Conference (Chicago, IL January 2012), published in the annual proceedings of the LERA (Spring 2013).
Don Wyatt (History)
Wyatt, Don J. “The Transcendence of the Past: Objectivity, Relativism, and Moralism in the Historical Thought of Shao Yong.” Monumenta Serica – Journal of Oriental Studies (華裔學志, Huayi xuezhi) 61 (2013): 203–226.
Greg Vitercik (Music)
Vitercik, Greg. “Britten’s Last Major Work and the Echoes of Death in Venice.” New England Review 34.2.: (2013): 172–174.
Gloria Estela Gonzalez Zenteno (Spanish/Portuguese)
Gonzalez Zenteno, Gloria. “Ambistoma mexicanum.” Cobalt Review: (March 12, 2013).
Gonzalez Zenteno, Gloria. “Open Triangle.” Sol Literary Magazine. Spring 2013.
Gonzalez Zenteno, Gloria. “Ambistoma mexicanum.” Revista de literatura mexicana contemporánea 54: (2013): 67–72.
II. Creative Works
Julia Alvarez (English and American Literatures)
Poetry into Song, a CD of poems by Robert Frost and Julia Alvarez (“Gladys Singing,” “Folding My Clothes,” “Are We All Ill,” “Beginning Again”) set to music, by composers Allen Shawn (Frost) and Heidi Jacob (Alvarez), and performed by L’Ensemble group, recorded at Bi-Coastal Studios, Ossining, NY.
Thomas Beyer (Russian)
Pentecost. Theater Department Fall 2013 Production, actor.
Emory Fanning (Music, emeritus)
Choral Arts Society, Washington, D.C. “An Enchanted Christmas,” December 16,2013.
Fanning, Emory, arranger. The Kennedy Center. “In the Bleak Mid-Winter,” December 16, 2013.
Diana Fanning (Music)
Solo piano concert of works by Mozart, Janacek, Chopin and Debussy. American Spring Festival, International Dvorak Society, Prague, May 2013.
Diana Fanning, pianist, cellist David Finckel and violinist Laura Bossert, 50th Anniversary of Point Counterpoint Chamber Music Camp, with a performance of Beethoven’s “Ghost” Trio.
Diana Fanning and cellist Dieuwke Davydov concerts throughout Vermont and New Hampshire in preparation for their 7th European concert tour in February/March, 2014.
Cheryl Faraone (Theatre)
Director: Serious Money by Caryl Churchill. PTP/NYC (Potomac Theatre Project). Atlantic Stage 2. New York City, July–August 2013.
Füsun Köksal (Music)
Füsun Köksal. “String Quartet No. 1.” Hezarfen Ensemble, Berlinerfestspiele, MaerzMusik, Berlin, March 21, 2013.
Hezarfen Ensemble, Istanbul, Bogazici University, Albert Long Hall, Istanbul, April 3, 2013.
Füsun Köksal. “Five Miniatures for Marimba.”Jessica Porter at Musikhochschule Stuttgart, May 2, 2013.
Füsun Köksal. “Four Pieces for String Quartet.”Members of Deutsche Opera, Berlin, May 13, 2013.
Füsun Köksal. “Deux Visions pour Sextuor.” Ensemble Phoenix Switzerland, Warsaw Autumn Festival, Warsaw, September 20, 2013.
Füsun Köksal “Shiftings.” Ensemble Chronophonie, Tage Neuer Musik Krefeld, Krefeld, October 10, 2013.
Rebecca Neale Gould (Religion)
“Emergent Universe Oratorio.” Inspired by Brian Thomas Swimme and Mary Evelyn Tucker, Journey of the Universe (Yale, 2011). Composer: Sam Guarnaccia. Visual Artist: Cameron Davis. Librettist: Rebecca Kneale Gould. With contributions from Caitlin Adair, Peter Adair, Cameron Davis, John Elder, and Sam and Paula Guarnaccia. Conductor: Steve Olson World Premiere: September 15, 2013 at The Breeding Barn at Shelburne Farms.
George Matthew (Music)
Summer Carillon Tour 2013
Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, April 6, 2013.
Luray Caverns Park, Luray, VA, April 20, 2013.
Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, PA, April 21, 2013.
John Cage and his Legacy, Mead Chapel, Middlebury College,
May 11, 2013.
City Hall, Albany, NY, June 21, 2013.
John Cage and his Legacy, Adams Tower, Norwich University, VT,
June 22, 2013.
Mead Chapel, Middlebury College, July 5, 2013.
Norwich University, VT, July 6, 2013.
Recital for Language School Graduation, Middlebury College,
August 16, 2013.
Recent Concerts 2013
All-Mozart concert for strings and organ, St. Stephen’s Church, Middlebury, March 14, 2013.
Accompanist to Francois Clemmons in a program of spirituals, St. Stephen’s Church, Middlebury, VT, March 21, 2013.
Orgelgebet, a program of music for Maundy Thursday, St. Stephen’s Church, Middlebury, March 28, 2013.
All-Handel concert, organ and strings, St. Stephen’s Church, Middlebury, July 25, 2013. Organ recital, St. Stephen’s Church, Middlebury, August 1, 2013.
Songs for the Journey of Advent, Linda Radtke, contralto. George Matthew, accompanist, St. Stephen’s Church, Middlebury, December 5, 2013.
The St. Stephen’s Band, Emily Sunderman, director, George Matthew, organist, in an all-Handel program. St. Stephen’s Church, Middlebury, December 12, 2013.
Organ recital of Advent and Christmas music, St. Stephen’s, Church, Middlebury, December 19, 2013.
Richard Romagnoli (Theatre)
Director: The Castle by Howard Barker. PTP/NYC (Potomac Theatre Project). Atlantic Stage 2. New York City, July–August 2013.
Andrew Smith (Theatre)
Co-Artistic Director and Producer, Project Y Theatre Company. The world premiere of A User’s Guide to Hell Featuring Bernard Madoff by Lee Blessing. With Molly O’Keefe*, Noah Berman*, Sarah Lusche*, and Teddy Anderson*. 16th Street Theatre (Atlantic 2nd Stage Complex) New York City, New York, September 5–28, 2013.
Co-Artistic Director, Project Y Theatre Company, New York New Playwrights Festival 2013.
Directed new work: Car Go by David Caudle ’84; Livin’ the Dream by Lia Romeo; Midnight Special by Mark Eisman; Prince Charming, presented without comment by Duncan Pf laster; Stamps by Sarah Sander ’98. With Caitlin Duffy*, Shannon Fiedler*, Leah Sarbib*, Angeline Rodriguez*, Sumi Doi*, Kalya Koltes*, Chelsea Melone*, Alexander Burnet*, Emma Eastwood-Paticchio*, and Teddy Anderson.* Access Theatre. New York City, New York, February 4–10, 2013.
Co-Artistic Director and Producer, Project Y Theatre Company. LoveSick, or THINGS THAT DON’T HAPPEN, by Lia Romeo and Tony Biancosino. With Noah Berman*, Molly O’Keefe*, and Emily Kron*. New York City, New York.