Carrie Anderson

Associate Professor of History of Art & Architecture

Carrie Anderson, “Between Optic and Haptic: Trade and Tactility in the Dutch West India Company’s 1749 Gold Box.” Oud Holland (2020), 133, no. 2: 127-143.

Carrie Anderson, “The Old Indies at the French Court: Johan Maurits’s Gift to Louis XIV.” Early Modern Low Countries, 3.1 (2019): 32-59.

Carrie Anderson, “Mapping Colonial Interdependencies in Dutch Brazil: European Linen & Brasilianen Identity,Artl@s Bulletin 7, no. 2 (2018): 56-70.

Carrie Anderson and Nancy Um, eds., “Coordinates: Digital Mapping & Eighteenth-century Visual, Material, and Built Cultures,” Journal18 Special Issue, Spring 2018.

Carrie Anderson, “Material Mediators: Johan Maurits, Textiles, and the Art of Exchange,” Journal of Early Modern History 20.1 (2016): 63-85.

Mez Baker-Medard

Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies

Baker-Médard, M., & Sasser, J. (2020). Technological (Mis) conceptions: Examining birth control as conservation in coastal MadagascarGeoforum108, 12-22.

Baker-Médard, M., & Faber, J. (2020). Fins and (Mis) fortunes: Managing shark populations for sustainability and food sovereigntyMarine Policy113, 103805.

Baker-Médard, M. (2020). Of Whales and Dugongs: Examining the rise of colonial conservation as development in Madagascar’s marine history. Environment and History. Fast Track. doi:10.3197/096734019X15755402985622

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Lorraine Besser

Professor of Philosophy

The Philosophy of Happiness - An Interdisciplinary Introduction

Daniel G. Brayton

Julian W. Abernethy Professor of Literature • English and American Literatures/Environmental Studies

“Enter Jack Tar: the blue-water mariner in early modern world literature,” in The Routledge Companion to Marine and Maritime Worlds, eds. Claire Jowitt, Craig Lambert, Steve Mentz. New York and London: Routledge, 2020. pp. 514-532.

“Imagining the Eastern Garbage Patch: ocean plastics as a problem of representation and scale,” in Mediating Nature: the Role of Technology in Ecological Literacy, eds Sidney I. Dobrin and Sean Morey. New York and London: Routledge, 2020.

James Calvin Davis

George Adams Ellis Professor of Liberal Arts and Professor of Religion

Privilege as Moral Vice: A Christian Ethical Perspective on Socio-Economic Inequality and Higher Education in the U.S.” in the Journal for Peace and Justice Studies Vol. 29, No. 2, 2019

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Natalie Eppelsheimer

Associate Professor of German

Roads Less Traveled: German-Jewish Exile Experiences in Kenya, 1933–1947

Genie Giaimo

Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric

Article on labor and COVID-19


Samuel Liebhaber

Associate Professor of Arabic

Messages, Texts, and Rhetorical Detachment in Contemporary Mahri Poetry.”

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Jason Mittell

Professor of Film and Media Culture

How to Watch Television, Second Edition

Edited by Ethan Thompson and Jason Mittell

Kathryn Morse

John C Elder Prof of Environmental Studies; Prof of History

Migrant Citizenship: Race, Rights, and Reform in the U.S. Farm Labor Camp Program. Journal of American History, Volume 108, Issue 3, December 2021, Pages 629–630


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Lana Povitz

Visiting Assistant Professor of History

Stirrings: How Activist New Yorkers Ignited a Movement for Food Justice

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Erin Sassin

Associate Professor of History of Art & Architecture

Erin Eckhold Sassin, Single People and Mass Housing in Germany (1850-1930): (No)Home Away From Home, Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2020.

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Paula Schwartz

Lois B. Watson Professor of French and Francophone Studies

Today Sardines Are Not for Sale - A Street Protest in Occupied Paris

Usama Soltan

Professor of Arabic

On null objects in Egyptian Arabic: Evidence for Argument Ellipsis.”


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John Spackman

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Buddhist Philosophy of Consciousness - Tradition and Dialogue

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Edward Vazquez

Aspects: Fred Sandback’s Sculpture

University of Chicago Press, 2017


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Max Ward

Associate Professor of History

Thought Crime - Ideology and State Power in Interwar Japan