Faculty & staff articles and creative works honored at February 22, 2013 reception
* indicates student co-authors
I. Articles in Journals and Essays in books:
Jason Arndt (Psychology)
Arndt, J. “The Influence of Forward and Backward Associative Strength on False Recognition.” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory,and Cognition, 38, (2012): 747–756.
Giammattei, J.* and Arndt, J. “Hemispheric Asymmetries in the Activation and Monitoring of Memory Errors.” Brain and Cognition 80, (2012): 7–14.
Arndt, J. “False Recollection: Empirical Findings and Their Theoretical Implications.” In B.H. Ross (ed.). Psychology of Learning and Motivation, Vol. 56 (USA: Academic Press, 2012): pgs. 81–124.
Leticia Arroyo Abad (Economics)
Arroyo Abad, Leticia, Elwyn Davis, and Jan Luiten van Zanden. “Between Conquest and Independence: Living Standards in Spanish Latin America.” Explorations in Economic History, 49(2) (2012): 149-166.
Stanley Bates (Philosophy, Emeritus)
Bates, Stanley. “Thoreau and Emersonian Perfectionism.” In Rick Anthony Furtak, Jonathan Ellsworth, and James D. Reid, eds. Thoreau’s Importance for Philosophy, (Fordham University Press, New York, 2012).
Bates, Stanley. “Character,” in Richard Eldridge, ed. The Oxford Handbooks of Philosophy and Literature, (Oxford University Press, paperback edition, 2012).
James Berg (English and American Literatures)
Berg, James. “Wopsle’s Revenge, or, Reading Hamlet as Character in Great Expectations.” In Shakespeare’s Sense of Character: On the Stage and From the Page, Yu Jin Ko and Michael Shurgot, eds. (Ashgate, 2012): 65–83.
Berg, James. “Moral Agency as Readerly Subjectivity: Shakespeare’s Parolles and the Theophrastan Character Sketch.” Shakespeare Studies, 40 (2012): 36–44.
Lorraine Besser-Jones (Philosophy)
Besser-Jones, Lorraine. “The Role of Practical Reason in an Empirically Informed Moral Theory.” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 15(2), (2012): 202–220.
Besser-Jones, Lorraine. “The Motivational State of the Virtuous Agent.” Philosophical Psychology, 25(1), (2012): 93–108.
Erik Bleich (Political Science)
Bleich, Erik. “Defining and Researching Islamophobia.” Review of Middle Eastern Studies, Winter 2012.
Bleich, Erik. “Free Speech or Hate Speech? The Danish Cartoon Controversy in the European Legal Context.” In Kavita Khory, ed., Global Migration: Challenges in the 21st Century, (New York: Palgrave, 2012): 113–28.
Bleich, Erik. “Les politiques de diversité raciale en France et en Grande-Bretagne: De l’incompréhension mutuelle à la concertation?” In James Cohen, Andrew J. Diamond, and Philippe Vervaecke, eds., L’Atlantique multiracial:. Discours, politiques dénis. (Paris: Éditions Karthala, 2012): 181–203.
Bleich, Erik. “France.” In David Samuels, ed., Case Studies in Comparative Politics. (New York: Pearson, 2012): 114–49.
Bleich, Erik. “Assessing Islamophobia though Survey Evidence: Where Do Muslims Really Stand?” With Rahsaan Maxwell, in Marc Helbling, ed., Islamophobia in Western Europe and North America. (London: Routledge, 2012): 39–55.
Pieter Broucke (History of Art and Architecture)
Broucke, Pieter. Nature Transformed: Edward Burtynsky’s Vermont Quarry Photographs in Context. Exhibition Catalog. Juliette Bianco and Pieter Broucke, eds. (Hood Museum of Art/University Press of New England, 2012).
Richard Bunt (Chemistry and Biochemistry)
Armstrong, P.B.,* Dembicer, E.A.,* Desbois, A.J.,* Fitzgerald, J.T.,* Gehrmann, J.K.,* Nelson, N.C.,* Noble, A.L.,* Bunt, R.C. “Investigation of the Electronic Origin of Asymmetric Induction in Palladium-Catalyzed Allylic Substitutions with Phosphinooxazoline (PHOX) Ligands by Hammett and Swain–Lupton Analysis of the 13C NMR Chemical Shifts of the (π-Allyl)palladium Intermediates.” Organometallics 31, 2012:6933–6946. DOI: 10.1021/om3007163
Daniel Brayton (English and American Literatures)
Brayton, Daniel. “Writ in Water: Far Tortuga and the Crisis of the Marine Environment.” Publications of the Modern Language Association (PMLA) Volume 127, Number 3, (May 2012): 565–571 (7).
Brayton, Daniel. “Royal Fish: Shakespeare’s Princely Whales.” In The Indistinct Human in Renaissance Literature. Jean E. Feerick and Vin Nardizzi, eds. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012): 47–68.
Jeffery Carpenter (Economics)
Carpenter, Jeffrey, Kariv, Shachar, Schotter, Andrew. “Network Architecture, Cooperation and Punishment in Public Goods Experiments.” Review of Economic Design, 16(2) (2012): 93–118.
Carpenter, Jeffrey, Burks, Stephen, Goette, Lorenz, Rustichini, Aldo. “Which Measure of Time Preference Best Predicts Outcomes: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 84(1) (2012): 308–320.
Carpenter, Jeffrey, Matthews, Peter. “Crying Over Spilt Milk: Sunk Costs, Fairness Norms and the Hold-up Problem.” Journal of Microeconomics, 1(1) (2012): 1–22.
Carpenter, Jeffrey, Matthews, Peter. “Norm Enforcement: Anger, Indignation or Reciprocity.” Journal of the European Economic Association, 10(3) (2012): 555–572.
Sunhee Choi (Chemistry and Biochemistry)
Wolf, M. W.* and Sunhee Choi. “Disproportionation of Pentaammineruthenium(III) Nucleoside Complexes Leads to Two-Electron Oxidation of Nucleosides without Involving Oxygen Molecules.” J. Biol. Inorg. Chem.17 (2012): 1283–1291, DOI 10.1007/s00775-012-0942-8.
Svea Closser (Sociology and Anthropology)
Closser, Svea, Anat Rosenthal, Thomas Parris, Kenneth Maes, Judith Justice, Kelly Cox, Matthew A Luck, R M Landis, John Grove, Pauley Tedoff, Linda Venczel, Peter Nsubuga, Jennifer Kuzara and Vanessa Neergheen.* “Methods for Evaluating the Impact of Vertical Programs on Health Systems: Protocol for a Study on the Impact of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative on Strengthening Routine Immunization and Primary Health Care.” BMC Public Health 12 (2012): 728.
Closser, Svea.”’We Can’t Give Up Now’: Global Health Optimism and Polio Eradication in Pakistan.” Medical Anthropology 31 (5) (2012): 385–403.
Ray Coish (Geology)
Coish, R., Kim, J., Morris*, N., and Johnson*, D. “Late Stage Rifting of the Laurentian Continent: Evidence from the Geochemistry of Greenstone and Amphibolite in the Central Vermont Appalachians.” Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 49 (2012): 43–58.
Molly Costanza-Robinson (Chemistry and Biochemistry)
Costanza-Robinson, M. S., Zheng, Z.,* Henry, E. J., Estabrook, B. D.,* Littlefield, M. H.* “Implications of Surfactant-Induced Flow for Miscible-Displacement Estimation of Air-water Interfacial Areas in Unsaturated Porous Media.” Environmental Science and Technology 46, (2012): 11206–11212, doi: 10.1021/es303003v.
Darien Davis (History)
Davis, Darien. “Pan Afro-Latin African Americanism Revisited: Legacies and Lessons for Transnational Networks in the New Millennium.” In Afrodescendants, Identity, and the Struggle for Development in the Americas. (Michigan State University Press, 2012): 19–50.
John Emerson (Mathematics)
Emerson, J. D. “The College Sports Project: What Have We Learned?” In JSM Proceedings, Statistics in Sports Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association (2012).
Irina Feldman (Spanish and Portuguese)
Feldman, Irina. “Moments of Revolutionary Transformation in the Novels of José María Arguedas.” Modern Language Notes 127 (2012): 302–317.
James Fitzsimmons (Sociology and Anthropology)
Fitzsimmons, James L. “The Living and the Dead.” In The Oxford Handbook of Mesoamerican Archaeology. Deborah Nichols and Christopher Pool, eds. (Oxford University Press, 2012): 776–786.
Fitzsimmons, James L. “The Transformation of Zapote Bobal, Guatemala.” Research Reports on Ancient Maya Writing 63 (2012): 1–21.
Noah Graham (Physics)
Aden Forrow* and Noah Graham. “Variable Phase S-Matrix Calculations for Asymmetric Potentials and Dielectrics.” arXiv:1210.0777, Physical Review A86, 062715 (2012).
Ellie Gebarowski-Shafer (Religion)
Gebarowski-Shafer, E. G. “Teaching & Learning Guide for: Writing the History of the English Bible: A Review of Recent Scholarship.” Religion Compass, 2012, 6: 97–102. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-8171.2011.00327.x Article first published online: 4 JAN 2012 in Religion Compass.
Gebarowski-Shafer, E. G. “The King James Bible’s 400th Anniversary in Retrospect.” A “Focus On” article published May 1, 2012 on Oxford Biblical Studies Online.
Rebecca Gould (Religion)
Gould, Rebecca Kneale. “Deliberate Lives, Deliberate Living: Thoreau and Steiner in Conversation.” In American Philosophy and Rudolf Steiner. Robert McDermott, ed. (New York: Lindisfarne Books, 2012).
Heidi Grasswick (Philosophy)
Grasswick, Heidi E. “Knowing Moral Agents: Epistemic Dependence and the Moral Realm.” In Out from the Shadows: Analytical Feminist Contributions to Traditional Philosophy. Sharon Crasnow and Anita Superson, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012): 307–338.
Leger Grindon (Film and Media Culture)
Grindon, Leger. “American Romantic Comedy.” In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Cinema and Media Studies. Krin Gabbard, ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, July 2012).
Grindon, Leger. “Taking Romantic Comedy Seriously.” In Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) and Before Sunset (2004).” The Blackwell Companion to Film Comedy, Andrew Horton and Joanna Rapf, eds. (Malden, MA., Wiley-Blackwell, 2012): 198–216.
Grindon, Leger. “Cycles and Clusters: The Shape of Film Genre History.” Film Genre Reader IV. Barry Keith Grant, ed. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2012): 42–59.
William Hart (History)
Hart, William B. “The Unsettled Periphery: The Backcountry on the Eve of the American Revolution.” Gray, Edward G. and Jane Kamensky, eds. The Oxford Handbook of the American Revolution. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013): 30–46.
Jeffery Howarth (Geography)
Skiles, M.D.* and J.T. Howarth. “From Signs to Minds: Spatial Information Design and Mental Maps.” The Cartographic Journal 49 (4) (2012): 312–325.
Perroy, R.L., B. Bookhagen, O.A. Chadwick, J.T. Howarth. “Holocene and Anthropocene Landscape Change: Arroyo Formation on Santa Cruz Island, California.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102 (6) (2012): 1229-1250.
Brigitte Humbert (French)
Humbert, Brigitte. “Filming France’s Colonial Past: Women ‘Wearing the Pants’ in Outremer and Indochine.” Studies in French Cinema 12.1 (2012): 59–74.
Humbert, Brigitte. “Lucie Aubrac: A Resistance Heroine from Page to Screen.” Literature/Film Quarterly 40:2 (April 2012):109–126.
Kareem Khalifa (Philosophy)
Khalifa, K. “Inaugurating Understanding or Repackaging Explanation?” Philosophy of Science 79 (1) (2012):15–37.
Marjorie Lamberti (History, Emerita)
Marjorie Lamberti. “Der Brief eines Exilanten an seine alten Genossen in Köln. Wilhelm Sollmanns Kritik an der deutschen Sozialdemokratie und seine Konzeption einer neuen Partei im Nachkriegsdeutschland.” In Nach dem Krieg!—Nach dem Exil. Erste Briefe, Detlef Garz and David Kettler, eds. (Munich: Edition text + kritik, 2012).
James Larrabee (Chemistry and Biochemistry)
Lena J. Daumann, Bianca Y. McCarthy, Kieran S. Hadler, Tracy P. Murray, Lawrence R. Gahan, James A. Larrabee, David L. Ollis, Gerhard Schenk “Promiscuity Comes at a Price: Catalytic Versatility vs. Efficiency in Different Metal Ion Derivatives of the Potential Bioremediator GpdQ.” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1834 (2013): 425–432.
Orion Lewis (Political Science)
Lewis, Orion, and Steinmo, Sven. “How Institutions Evolve: Evolutionary Theory and Institutional Change.” Polity 44(3) (2012): 314–339.
Patricia Manley (Geology)
Manley, Patricia L., T.O. Manley, K. Hayo (’06), and T. Cronin. “Small-Scale Lacustrine Drifts in Lake Champlain, Vermont.” Journal of Great Lake Research, v. 38 (2012): 88–100.
Thomas Manley (Geology)
Manley, Thomas O., M. McCormick, J.C. Gascard, P. Tillier, K.L. Hunkins, and P.L. Manley. “An Initial View of Subsurface Lagrangian Observations in Lake Champlain: General Patterns, Cross-Lake Flow and Coastal Currents.” Journal of Great Lake Research, v. 38 (2012): 76–87.
Jason Mittell (Film and Media Culture)
Mittell, Jason. “The Wire in the Context of American Television.” In The Wire: Race, Class & Genre, Liam Kennedy and Stephen Shapiro, eds. (University of Michigan Press, 2012): 15–32.
Mittell, Jason. “Wikis and Participatory Fandom.” In The Participatory Cultures Handbook, Aaron Delwiche and Jennifer Henderson, eds. (Routledge, 2012): 35–42.
Mittell, Jason. “Playing for Plot in the Lost and Portal Franchises.” Eludamos: Journal for Computer Game Culture, 6:1 (Spring 2012).
Kathyrn Morse (Environmental Studies and History)
Morse, Kathryn. “There Will Be Birds: Images of Oil Disasters in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.” Journal of American History 99:1 ( June 2012): 124–134.
Stefano Mula (Italian)
Stefano Mula, “Gossuinus’s Vitae of Emelina and Ascelina. Edition from Florence, Laurenziana, Ms. Ashburnham 1906.” Cîteaux. Commentarii Cistercienses 62 (2011): 37–58. published in early 2012.)
Jeffrey Munroe (Geology)
Munroe, Jeffrey S., and Laabs, B.J.C. “Temporal Correspondence between Pluvial Lake Highstands in the Southwestern U.S. and Heinrich Event 1.” Journal of Quaternary Science, (2012). DOI: 10.1002/jqs.2586.
Munroe, Jeffrey S., Crocker, T.A.,* Giesche, A.M.,* Rahlson, L.E.,* Duran, L.T.,* Bigl, M.F.,* and Laabs, B.J.C. “A Lacustrine-based Neoglacial Record for Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.” Quaternary Science Reviews, 53 (2012): 39–54.
Munroe, Jeffrey S. “Lacustrine Records of Post-Glacial Environmental Change from the Nulhegan Basin, Vermont, USA.” Journal of Quaternary Science 27 (2012): 639–648.
Munroe, Jeffrey S. “Physical, Chemical and Thermal Properties of Soils Across a Forest-Meadow Ecotone in the Uinta Mountains, Northeastern Utah, U.S.A.” Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 44 (2012): 95–106.
Emily Proctor (Mathematics)
Proctor, Emily. “Orbifold Homeomorphism Finiteness Based on Geometric Constraints.” Annals of Global Analysis and Geometry, 41 no. 1 (2012): 47–59.
Fernando Rocha (Spanish and Portuguese)
Rocha, Fernando. “Recovering Voices: The Popular Music Ear in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century Brazil.” In Media, Sound, and Culture in Latin America and the Caribbean. Alejandra Bronfman, (University of British Columbia) and Andrew Wood (University of Tulsa), eds. (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012): 3–17.
Rocha, Fernando. “A Conexão Alencar-Freyre: ‘comos’ e ‘porquês’ em Duas Narrativas de Formação.” RevLet 4.2 (ago/dez 2012): 196-209.
Rocha, Fernando. “Tudo Cato’: as Formas do Circular no Diário Quarto de despejo de Carolina Maria de Jesus.” ArtCultura 13.23 (2011): 167–78. (Printed in 2012).
Daniel Scharstein (Computer Science)
S. Sinha, J. Kopf, M. Goesele, D. Scharstein, and R. Szeliski. “Image-based Rendering for Scenes with Reflections.” ACM Transactions on Graphics, 31(4), July 2012.
C. Pal, J. Weinman, L. Tran, and D. Scharstein. “On Learning Conditional Random Fields for Stereo.” International Journal of ComputerVision, 99(3) (September 2012):319–337.
John Schmitt (Mathematics)
G. Chen, M. Ferrara, R. Gould, C. Magnant, J. Schmitt. “Saturation Numbers for Families of Ramsey-Minimal Graphs.” Journal of Combinatorics 2 (2011): 435-456. (Accepted for publication March 2012).
A. Dudek, J. Schmitt. “On the Size and Structure of Graphs with a Constant Number of 1-Factors.” Discrete Mathematics 312 (2012): 1807–1811.
Mary Kay Schueneman (Religion)
Schueneman, Mary Kay. “A Leavening Force: African American Women and Christian Mission in the Civil Rights Era.” Church History: Studies in Culture and Christianity 81, (December 2012): 873–902.
Shawna Shapiro (Writing Program)
Shapiro, Shawna and Leopold, L. “A Critical Role for Role-Playing Pedagogy.” TESL Canada Journal 29 (2) (2012): 121–130.
Shapiro, Shawna. “Citizens vs. Aliens: How Institutional Policies Construct Linguistic Minority Students.” In Y. Kanno and L. Harklau, eds. Linguistic Minority Immigrants Go To College: Preparation, Access, and Persistence, (New York: Routledge, 2012): 238–254.
Paul Sommers (Economics)
Ha*, Alyssa J. and Paul M. Sommers. “Speed Suits and Swimming t’s.” Journal of Student Research, Vol. 1(1) (2012): 10–14.
King*, Sarah B. and Paul M. Sommers. “An Analysis of Immigration Rates by State.” Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol. 40 (March 2012): 103–104.
Sommers, Paul M. “Do Baseball’s Northernmost Teams Play Hot in Cold Weather?” Journal of Recreational Mathematics, Vol. 36(4) (2012): 327–329.
Fuqua*, Sydney L., Lauren C. Redfield*, Schooner J. Sonntag*, and Paul M. Sommers. “Lennon? McCartney? Who was the Principal Author in ‘Lennon/McCartney’?” Journal of Recreational Mathematics, Vol. 36(4) (2012): 330–335.
Sommers, Paul M., “Are Yankees vs. Red Sox Games Too Slow?” Journal of Recreational Mathematics, Vol. 36(4) (2012): 336–342.
Whelan*, Mark B. and Paul M. Sommers. “When is the Honeymoon Over for Baseball’s New Stadiums?” Journal of Recreational Mathematics, Vol. 37(1) (2012): 25–29.
Somberg*, Andrew K. and Paul M. Sommers. “Payrolls and Playoff Probabilities in Major League Baseball.” Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol. 40 (September 2012): 347-348.
Sarah Stroup (Political Science)
Stroup, Sarah, and Amanda Murdie. “There’s No Place Like Home: Explaining International NGO Advocacy.” Review of International Organizations 7 (December 2012): 425–448.
Stephen Trombulak (Environmental Studies and Biology)
Al-Abdulrazzak*, D., and S.C. Trombulak. “Classifying Levels of Protection in Marine Protected Areas.” Marine Policy, 36 (2012): 576–582.
Noss, R.F., A.P. Dobson, R. Baldwin, P. Beier, C.R. Davis, D.A. Dellasala, J. Francis, H. Locke, A. Nowak, R. Lopez, C. Reining, S.C. Trombulak, and G. Tabor. “Bolder Thinking for Conservation.” Conservation Biology 26 (2012): 1–4.
Chester, C.C., J.A. Hilty, and S.C. Trombulak. “Climate Change Science, Impacts, and Opportunities.” In Climate and Conservation: Landscape and Seascape Science, Planning, and Action ( J.A. Hilty, C.C. Chester, and M.S. Cross, eds.). (Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2012).
Trombulak, S.C., R.F. Baldwin, J.J. Lawler, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and M.G. Anderson. “The Northern Appalachian/Acadian Ecoregion, North America.” In Climate and Conservation: Landscape and Seascape Science, Planning, and Action ( J.A. Hilty, C.C. Chester, and M.S. Cross, eds.). (Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2012).
Rudnick, D.A., S.J. Ryan, P. Beier, S. Cushman, F. Dieffenbach, C.W. Epps, L. Gerber, J. Hartter, J. Jenness, J. Kintsch, A.M. Merenlender, R.M. Perkl, D.V. Preziosi, and S.C. Trombulak. “The Role of Landscape Connectivity in Planning and Implementing Conservation and Restoration Priorities.” Issues in Ecology 16 (2012): 1–20.
Jacob Tropp (History)
Tropp, Jacob. “Locust Invasions and Tensions over Environmental and Bodily Health in the Colonial Transkei.” In Indigenous Knowledge and the Environment in Africa and North America, David M. Gordon and Shepard Krech III, eds. (Ohio University Press, Ecology and History Series, 2012): 113–128.
Ioana Uricaru (Film and Media Culture)
Uricaru, Ioana. “Follow the Money - Financing Contemporary Cinema in Romania.” A Companion to Eastern European Cinemas, Aniko Imre, ed. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012): 427-452.
Mark Williams (Political Science)
Williams, Mark Eric, “Elecciones en Estados Unidos: Implicaciones para Latinoamérica.” Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica 12 (Octubre-Diciembre 2012): 2–15.
Frank Winkler (Physics)
Ghavamian, Parviz; Long, Knox S.; Blair, William P.; Park, Sangwook; Fesen, Robert; Gaensler, B. M.; Hughes, John P.; Rho, Jeonghee; and Winkler, P. Frank. “Spitzer Imaging and Spectral Mapping of the Oxygen-rich Supernova Remnant G292.0+1.8.” Astrophysical Journal 750 (2012): 39.
Soria, Roberto; Kuntz, K. D.; Winkler, P. Frank; Blair, William P.; Long, Knox S.; Plucinsky, Paul P.; and Whitmore, Bradley C. “The Birth of an Ultraluminous X-Ray Source in M83.” Astrophysical Journal 750 (2012): 152.
Pellegrini, E. W.; Oey, M. S.; Winkler, P. F.; Points, S. D.; Smith, R. C.; Jaskot, A. E.; and Zastrow, J. “The Optical Depth of H II Regions in the Magellanic Clouds.” Astrophysical Journal 755 (2012): 40.
Becker, W., Prinz, T., Winkler, P.F., and Petre, R. “The Proper Motion of the Central Compact Object RX J0822–4300 in the Supernova Remnant Puppis A.” Astrophysical Journal 755 (2012): 141.
Long, K.S., Blair, W.P., Godfrey, L.E.H., Kuntz, K.D., Plucinsky, P.P., Soria, R., Stockdale, C.J., Whitmore, B.C., and Winkler, P.F. “Recovery of the Historical SN1957D in X-rays with Chandra.” Astrophysical Journal 756 (2012):18.
Blair, W.P., Winkler, P.F., and Long, K.S. “The Magellan/IMACS Catalog of Optical Supernova Remnant Candidates in M83.” Astrophysical Journal Supplement 203 (2012): 8.
Richard Wolfson (Physics)
Wolfson, Richard, Christina Drake,* and Max Kennedy.* “Maximizing Magnetic Energy Storage in the Solar Corona.” Astrophysical Journal, 750 (2012):25.
Maria Woolson (Spanish and Portuguese)
Woolson, Maria. “Designing a Virtual Social Space for Language Acquisition.” International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments 3(3) (2012): 21–42.
Woolson, Maria. “Resignifying Environmental Epistemology through Latin America’s Artistic Representation. A Sustainability Perspective from the Humanities.” The International Journal of Social Sustainability in Economic, Social and Cultural Context 8 (2012): 1–16.
Don Wyatt (History)
Wyatt, Don J. “A Certain Whiteness of Being: Chinese Perceptions of Self by the Beginning of European Contact.” In Race and Racism in Modern East Asia: Western and Eastern Constructions, Rotem Kowner and Walter Demel, eds. Modern East Asia in a Global Historical Perspective. (Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2013): 309–326.
Amy Yuen (Political Science)
Caroline Hartzell and Amy Yuen. “The Durability of Peace.” In Guide to the Scientific Study of International Processes. Paul Diehl, Sara McLaughlin Mitchell and James Morrow, eds. New York: Wiley and Sons, Inc. (2012).
Michael Leo Owens and Amy Yuen. “The Distributive Politics of ‘Compassion in Action’: Federal Funding, Faith-Based Organizations, and Electoral Advantage.” Political Research Quarterly 65 (2012):422–442.
II. Creative Works
Pieter Broucke (History of Art and Architecture)
Broucke, Pieter and Juliette Bianco. Nature Transformed: Edward Burtynsky’s Vermont Quarry Photographs in Context. Hood Museum at Dartmouth from April 21–August 19, 2012; Middlebury College Museum of Art from February 8–April 21, 2013.
Alex Draper (Theatre)
Draper, Alex. Hair Brained by Billy Kent, Actor (Yale Moderator) Love Lane Productions, New York City, Jan 11–13 2012, Release date of film TBA.
James Fitzsimmons (Sociology and Anthropology)
Fitzsimmons, James L. Zapote Bobal Stela 12. (with the Middlebury College Museum of Art; 2012). Permanent exhibition in the Davis Family Library.
Rebecca Gould (Religion)
The Fire Inside: Place, Passion and the Primacy of Nature. Phil Walker, Director, JumpCut Productions and Rebecca Kneale Gould, Co-Producer, Chief Content Advisor, Primary Interviewer and appearing in the film as scholar-commentator. Film Premier, June 6, 2012. Yale Summer Symposium: Religion and Environmental Stewardship, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
Hedya Klein (Studio Art)
Klein, Hedya. “Suitcase.” Cover art for Pragetta Sharma, Undergloom (Fence Books, June 2013). (Does not include image on lower part of the cover.)
Dana Yeaton (Theatre)
Yeaton, Dana. Swing State: A Musical Fable, New York Musical Theatre Festival, 45 Street Theatre, July 2012.
Alex Draper (Theatre)
Draper, Alex. A Map of Virtue by Erin Courtney, Actor (Nate) 13P, Fourth Street Theatre, 83 East 4th St, NYC: February 6–25, 2012.
Draper, Alex. Serious Money by Caryl Churchill, Actor (Billy Corman and Frosby) PTP/NYC, Atlantic Stage 2, 330 West 16th St, NYC: July 2–29, 2012.
Cheryl Faraone (Theatre)
Potomac Theatre Project (PTP/NYC) Summer 2012 Repertory Season Atlantic Stage 2, 330 West 16th St, NYC: July 2 2012–July 29 2012.
Faraone, Cheryl. Serious Money by Caryl Churchill. Director, Producer for the season.
Draper, Alex. Serious Money by Caryl Churchill Actor (Billy Corman and Frosby).
Romagnoli, Richard. ‘An Evening’s Tribute to the New England Review’ Producer.
Evancho, Mark. Lighting designer for the season (Serious Money and Monster).
Zieselman, Hallie. Set designer for the season (Serious Money and Monster).
George Matthew (Music)
Summer Carillon Tour 2012
- Saturday, April 21—2 pm, Luray Caverns Park, Luray, VA
- Sunday, April 22—3 pm, Mercersburg Academy, Mercersburg, PA
- Saturday, May 19—2 pm, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
- Friday, June 29—noon, City Hall, Albany, NY
- Tuesday, July 10—7 pm, Congregational Church, New Britain, CT
- Wednesday, July 11—12:30 pm, St. James Church, Danbury, CT
- Thursday, July 12—7 pm, Congregational Church, West Hartford, CT
- Wednesday, August 8—7 pm, Metropolitan Church, Toronto, Canada
- Thursday, August 9—6 pm, University of Toronto, Canada
- Sunday, August 12—6 pm, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Cohasset, MA
- Monday, August 13 at 7 pm, City Hall, Norwood, MA
- Friday, August 17—7 pm, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT
- Sunday, August 19—1 pm, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
- Friday, October 12 and 13, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT. Carillon recital preceding visit by the Dalai Lama
Recent Concerts 2012
- Thursday, March 15—12:15 pm, Recital of Russian Organ Music, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Middlebury, VT
- Thursday, March 22—12:15 pm, Organ and Strings Concert, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Middlebury, VT
- Thursday, March 29—12:15 pm, Recital of African-American Music, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Middlebury, VT
- Thursday, April 5—12:15 pm, Orgelgebet (Organ Prayers), St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Middlebury, VT
- Saturday, May 12—7 pm, Accompanist to Spring Concert, Middlebury College/Community Chorus, Federated Church, Rochester, VT
- Sunday, May 13—3 pm, Accompanist to Spring Concert, Middlebury College/Community Chorus, Middlebury College
- Monday, July 9—7:30 pm, Recital of Russian Organ Music, Middlebury College Mead Chapel program
- Thursday, July 26—noon, Mozart for Strings and Organ, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Middlebury, VT
- Thursday, August 2—noon, Organ recital, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Middlebury, VT
- Thursday, December 6—noon, Strings and organ concert, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Middlebury, VT
- Thursday, December 20—noon, Organ recital, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Middlebury, VT