Faculty Publications

At Manchester University, writing is a key component of a good education.Writing is communicating, of course, but it is also discovery.It is a process that can bring students to a deeper understanding and appreciation of their subject. Our faculty know this, and many of them continue to write long after their graduate school days are over.This list of books, articles and web documents by Manchester faculty represents many long hours of research, writing and revision.It sets an example for the kind of dedication required for success.

2020

Jared Friesen - assistant professor of sociology

“‘How About Some Collaboration?’: Micro-Level Barriers to Democratic, Evidence-Based Decision Making.” Journal of Appalachian Studies 26, no. 2 (2020): 209–26. (co-authored with Shaunna L., Scott, Stephanie M. McSpirit, and Kathryn Engle)

 Jeff Osborne - professor of chemistry

"Dicamba  Pathway.” enviPath: The  Environmental  Contaminant Biotransformation Pathway Resource. 2020. https://www.envipath.org.

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Kyle Watson - assistant professor of chemistry


“Resources for Teaching Project-Based  Undergraduate Medicinal Chemistry Courses.” In Technology Integration in Chemistry Education and Research (TICER), edited by Tanya Gupta and Robert E. Belford, 131-142. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020. (co-authored with Bonnie L. Hall and Tracy Covey)

2019

Brittany Page Brake - visiting instructor of political science

“Mugwumps.” Political Groups, Parties, and Organizations that Shaped America: An Encyclopedia and Document Collection, edited by Scott H. Ainsworth and Brian M. Harward, ABC-Clio Press, 2019.

Uma Ganesan - associate professor of history

“Gender, Marriage, and Sexuality.” Modern India, edited by John McLeod, ABC-CLIO, 2019, pp. 181-210.

Katharine Ings - associate professor of English

“Ground Rules: Casilda Mut’s Traditional Designs Take Flight.” Selvedge, 89, 2019.

“Making a Statement: The Language of, on, and in Clothes.” Selvedge, 86, 2019.

Kelsey-Jo Kessie - assistant professor of psychology

"Applying adaptation theory to understand experienced incivility processes: Testing the repeated exposure hypothesis." Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, vol. 24, no. 2, 2019, pp. 270-285. (as Kelsey-Jo Ritter, co-authored with Russell A. Matthews)

Mistie Potts - assistant professor of psychology

Review of Educational Psychology, by K. Seifert & R. Sutton. Open Textbook Library (2019). https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/textbooks/educational-psychology.

Jennifer Robison - assistant professor of biology

"The Ethylene Signaling Pathway Negatively Impacts CBF/DREB-Regulated Cold Response in Soybean (Glycine max)." Frontiers in Plant Science 10 (2019):121. (co-authored with Yuji Yamasaki and Stephen K. Randall)

2018

Cassandra Gohn - assistant professor of biology

“Transgelin induces dysfunction of fetal endothelial colony-forming cells from gestational diabetic pregnancies.” American journal of physiology. Cell physiology, vol. 315, no. 4, 2018, pp. C502-C515. (co-authored with Kaela M. Varberg, Rashell O. Garretson, Emily K. Blue, Chenghao Chu, Wanzhu Tu, and Laura S. Haneline) 

Katharine Gray Brown - professor of philosophy and peace studies

Nonviolence: Critiquing Assumptions, Examining Frameworks. New York, Brill Press, 2018. (co-edited with Michael P. Brown)

Katharine Ings - associate professor of English

“Gender-Fluid Fabric: JW Anderson Uses Lace to Redefine Menswear.” Selvedge, 82, 2018.

“Ice Queen: Vera Wang’s Bridal Wear.” Selvedge, 82, 2018.

“Loud and Clear: Voices of Industry Speaks of Heirloom Fibers.” Selvedge, 83, 2018.

“Moody Hues: Missoni, Etro and Prada Explore a Muted Palette, Tactile Textures.” Selvedge, 85, 2018.

“Tinker, Tailor, Sisters, Maker: Erica and Faye Toogood's Unisex, Utilitarian Clothes.” Selvedge, 80 2018. 

Mark McCoy - assistant professor of psychology

"Reproductive Variance." Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychology Science, edited by T.K. Shackelford and V.A. Weekes-Shackelford, Springer International Publishing, 2018. (co-authored with P. Nebl)

"Female Reproductive Variance."  Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychology Science, edited by T.K. Shackelford and V.A. Weekes-Shackelford, Springer International Publishing, 2018. (co-authored with P. Nebl) 

Heather Schilling - professor of education


“The Anti-college Movement: Finding the Song in the Clamor.” Perspectives on Contemporary Issues:
     Reading across the Disciplines
, edited by Katherine Anne Ackley, Cengage Learning, 2018,
     pp. 234-239.

2017

Michelle Calka - associate professor of communication studies

"Fermenting Community: Homebrewing and Culture."  Beer Culture in Theory and Practice:
     Understanding Craft Beer Culture in the United States, 
edited by Adam W. Tyma, Lexington
     Books, 2017, pp. 1-14.

Mary Lahman - professor emerita of communication studies

 "A Listening-centered Basic Course Design." Listening Education Journal, vol. 7, no. 1, 2017, pp. 21-25.

Tim McKenna-Buchanan - associate professor of communication studies

“It’s Not All 'One" story: A Narrative Exploration of Heteronormativity at Work.: Departures in Critical
     Qualitative Research
, vol. 6, no. 1, 2017, pp.11-29.

Kristen Short - associate professor of biology

"Hidden in Plain Sight: Analysis of Biodiversity." National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science,
     24 May 2017.

Full text available online

2016

Judd Case - professor of communication studies

"Send the Sound the Earth Around: The Rise of RLDS Radio.” The John Whitmer Historical Association
     Journal,
vol. 36, no. 1, 2016, pp.131-144.

Darla Haines - associate librarian

“Mission Possible: Strategic Planning for Small Academic Libraries.” The Small and Rural
     Academic Library:  Leveraging Resources, Overcoming Limitations
, edited by Kaetrena
     Davis Kendrick and Deborah Tritt, Association of College and Research Libraries, 2016,
     pp. 131-145. (co-authored with Rebecca Johnson, Jill Lichtsinn, Edita Sicken)   

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David Hicks – associate professor emeritus of biology
 

“Plasticity of Aesculus glabra (Hippocastanaceae) leaf traits along small-scale light gradients.”
     Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, vol. 124, 2016, pp. 8-15.

Mary Lahman – professor emerita of communication studies 

"By My Side: The University's First Service Dogs." Health Communication, 2016. Web.

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“Good Working Mothers as Jugglers: A Critical look at Two Work-family Balance Films.” Journal
     of Family Communication, vol. 16, no. 1, 2016, pp. 76-93. (co-authored with E. Kirby,
     S. Riforgiate, I. K.  Anderson, & A. M. Lietzenmayer)

Young Lee - professor of mathematics

"Modeling the Spread of Ebola." Osong Public Health Research Perspectives. 2016, vol. 7, no. 1,
     pp. 43–48. (co-authored with Tae Sug Do)

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Jill Lichtsinn  librarian emerita

“Mission Possible: Strategic Planning for Small Academic Libraries.” The Small and Rural
     Academic Library:  Leveraging Resources, Overcoming Limitations
, edited by Kaetrena
     Davis Kendrick and Deborah Tritt, Association of College and Research Libraries, 2016,
     pp. 131-145. (co-authored with Darla Haines, Rebecca Johnson, Edita Sicken)   

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Tim McKenna-Buchanan – associate professor of communication studies

“To Be or not to Be Out in the Classroom: How Teachers Decide.” Communication Currents.
     
National Communication Association, 2016. Web. (co-authored with S. Munz & J. Rudnick)

Full text available online

“’You Are On Your Own:’ Exploring the Communication of LGB/TQ-based Microaggressions in
     the Workplace.” Contemporary Issues in Sexuality and Communication, edited by C. Noland
     & J. Manning, Kendall Hunt, 2016. (co-authored with S. Baker)

Steve Naragon – professor emeritus of philosophy

“Herder’s Student Notes from Kant’s Metaphysics Lectures.” Herder: From Cognition to Cultural
     Science/Herder: Von der Erkenntnis zur Kulturwissenschaf, edited by Beate Allert, Synchron,
     2016, pp. 249-58

Kristen Short – associate professor of biology 

mRNA Processing: No Longer a Headache.” National Center for Case Study Teaching in
     Science. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, 2016. Web.

Case study available online

Leonard Williams – professor emeritus of political science

“Rediscovery Inequality: From Bush to Piketty”. A New Social Question: Capitalism, Socialism
     and Utopia, edited by Casey Harison, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. (co-authored
     with John Deal and Matt Hendryx)

2015

Barb Burdge – professor of social work

“Chris:  Marked by Difference.” The Art of Control:  Developing Your Intelligent Emotions
     and Managing Your Life,  edited by G. Hannah, Ledlie Group, 2015. (co-authored
     with Tim McKenna-Buchanan)

Michelle Calka – associate professor of communication studies 

“Using Pinterest in the Classroom.” eTools: Using Technology in the Classroom. National
     Communication Association, 2015. Web.

Full text available online

Kate Eisenbise Crell - professor of religious studies

Cooperative Salvation: A Brethren View of Atonement. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2014. 

Dave Hicks - associate professor emeritus of biology

"Effect of Aesculus Glabra Canopy on Understory Community Structure and Environment in a
     Temperate Deciduous Forest." Castanea 80 (2015): 8-19. (co-authored with Megan S. Taylor)

Mary Lahman – professor emerita of communication studies

“Work-life & the Popular Press: How Words Create Worlds.” ETC: A Review  of General
     Semantics, vol. 72, no. 2, 2015, pp. 127-148. (co-authored with A. M. Lietzenmayer)

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Tim McKenna-Buchanan – associate professor of communication studies 

“Chris:  Marked by Difference.” The Art of Control:  Developing Your Intelligent Emotions
     
and Managing Your Life,  edited by G. Hannah, Ledlie Group, 2015. (co-authored
     with Barb Burdge)

“Fostering Hope and Developing Resilience: A Cross-cultural Analysis of Involuntary Membership
     in the US and Norway Prison System.” Communicating Hope and Resilience Across the
     Lifespan
, edited by G. A. Beck & T. Socha, Peter Lang, 2015, pp. 97-118. (co-authored
     with B. L. Peterson)

"To Be or not Be ‘Out’ in the Classroom: Exploring Communication Privacy Management Strategies
     of Lesbian, Gay, and Queer College Teachers.” Communication Education, vol. 64, 2015, pp.
     280-300. (co-authored with S. Munz & J. Rudnick)

Steve Naragon - professor emeritus of philosophy

“Reading Kant in Herder’s Notes.”  Reading Kant’s Lectures. Ed. Robert R. Clewis. Berlin: Walter
     de Gruyter, 2015. 37-62.

Rev. of Kant and Rational Psychology, by Corey W. Dyck. Journal of the History of Philosophy
    
 53.2  (2015): 336-337.

Jonathan Watson - associate professor of English

Rev. of Reading La3amon’s Brut: Approaches and Explorations, edited by Rosamund Allen, Jane
     Roberts, Carole Weinberg. Arthuriana 24:3 (2015). 

2014

Timothy Brauch - associate professor of mathematics

“The Combinatorial Nullstellensatz and DFT on Perfect Matchings in Bipartite Graphs.” Ars
     Combinatoria
 114 (2014): 461-475. (co-authored with Andre E. Kézdy and Hunter S. Snevily)

Mark Bryant - associate professor of chemistry

"Bromobenzene." Encyclopedia of Toxicology. 3rd ed. Ed. Philip Wexler. Vol 1. San Diego, CA:
     Elsevier/Academic Press, 2014. 559–560.

"Bromoform." Encyclopedia of Toxicology. 3rd ed. Ed. Philip Wexler. Vol. 1. San Diego, CA:
     Elsevier/Academic Press, 2014. 561–562.

Barb Burdge - professor of social work

"Being True, Whole, and Strong:  Transgenderism as a Valued Life Experience."  Journal of Gay
     & Lesbian Social Services 26.
3 (2014): 355-382. 

Michelle Calka - associate professor of communication studies

"Polymediation: The Relationship Between Self and Media." Beyond New Media: Discourse and
     Critique in a Polymediated Age. 
Eds. A. Herbig, A. F. Herrmann, A. Tyma. Lanham, MD:
     Lexington Books, 2014.

Communication Across Contexts: A Listening Centered Approach. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt,
     2014. (co-authored with Mary Lahman and Judd Case)

Judd Case - professor of communication studies

Communication Across Contexts: A Listening Centered Approach. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt,
     2014. (co-authored with Mary Lahman and Michelle Calka)

Kathryn Davis - associate professor of chemistry

“A Three-Step Kinetic Model for Electrochemical Charge Transfer in the Hopping Regime.”
     Journal of Physical Chemistry A  118.35 (2014): 7579–7589. (co-authored with Xing Yin, Emil
     Wierzbinski, Hao & Lu, Silvia Bezer, Arnie de Leon, Catalina Achim, David H. Waldeck)

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Stacy Erickson-Pesetski - professor of English

“‘I do more confidently presume to publish it in his absence’: William Ponsonby’s Print Network.”
     The Book Trade in Early Modern England: Practices, Perceptions, Connections. Eds. John
     Hinks and Victoria Gardner.  London: British Library/Oak Knoll Press, 2014. 45-60. Print
     Networks Series.

Rev. of Popular Reading in English c. 1400-1600, by Elisabeth Salter. Reception: Texts,
     Readers, Audiences, History 
6.1 (2014): 97–98. 

Dave Hicks - associate professor emeritus of biology

"Effect of Aesculus glabra canopy on understory plant community structure and
     environment." Botany 2014. The Boise Centre, Boise, ID. 28 July 2014.
     Abstract of Poster Presentation. Web. (co-presented with M.S. Taylor)

Abstract available on line

Katharine Ings - professor of English

“Light the Fuse: In Fashion Opposites Attract but Blends Are Beautiful.” Selvedge 59 (2014).

“Stitching Stories: Kate Cavendish Hears Injiri’s Textile Folk Tale.” Selvedge 58 (2014).

“Top Hats: Kate Cavendish Finds Modern Milliners Are Getting a Head Start on Sculptural
    Designs.” Selvedge. (forthcoming)

Mary Lahman - professor emerita of communication studies

“Awareness and Action: A General Semantics Approach to Effective Language Behavior
     (Part 3)—Inference-observation Confusion: Distinguishing Between Observation and
     Inference.” ETC: A Review of General Semantics, vol. 71, no. 1, 2014, pp. 55-59.

 Full text available for MU community

Communication Across Contexts: A Listening Centered Approach. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt,
     2014. (co-authored with Judd Case and Michelle Calka)

Justin Lasser - associate professor of religion

"Popular Religion and Magic." The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Bible and Gender Studies.
     Ed. Julia M. O'Brien. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2014.

Steve Naragon - professor emeritus of philosophy

“Kant’s Career in German Idealism.” The Palgrave Handbook of German Idealism. Ed. Matthew
     C. Altman. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 15-33. 

2013

Timothy Brauch - associate professor of mathematics

“Stack Domination Density.” Graphs and Combinatorics 29.6 (2013): 1689-1711. (co-authored 
     with Paul Horn, Adam Jobson, D. Jake Wildstrom)

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Judd Case -  professor of communication studies

"Logistical Media: Fragments from Radar's Prehistory." Canadian Journal of  Communication 38.3
     (2013): 379-395.

Rusty Coulter-Kern - professor of psychology

"Experiential Learning in Industrial/Organizational Psychology: A Case Study."Journal of the
     Indiana Academy of Social Sciences
15 (2012): 95-110. (co-authored with A. Luthanen,
     H. Sibert, H. Morris, W. Ohmer, J. Garber, and R. Lowden) 

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"Improving Students’ Understanding of Career Decision-Making Through Service Learning." 
     College Student Journal 47.2 (2013): 306-311. (co-authored with P. E. Coulter-Kern,
     A. A. Walgamuth, D. R. Walker, and K. L. Fogle)

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Kathryn Davis - associate professor of chemistry

“The Single Molecule Conductance and Electrochemical Electron Transfer Rate are Related by a
     Power Law.” ACS Nano 7.6 (2013):5391-5401. (co-authored with Emil Wierzbinski, Ravindra
     Venkatramani, Sylvia Bezer, Jing Kong, Yangjun Xing, Eric Borguet, Catalina Achim, David
     Beratan, and David Waldeck)

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Kim Duchane - professor emeritus of exercise science and athletic training

"School Age Growth and Development." Encyclopedia of School Health. Eds. D. C. Wiley, and
     A. C. Cory. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2013. (co-authored with B. Bush)

"Students with Learning Disabilities." Encyclopedia of School Health. Eds. D. C. Wiley, and
     A. C. Cory. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2013. (co-authored with J. N. Duchane)

Adapted Physical Education Procedure Manual. Indianapolis, IN: Indianapolis Public Schools,
     2013. (editor)

Stacy Erickson-Pesetski - professor of English

"Empowering Others--and Yourself." Lendingahand.net. Lending a Hand, July 2013.

“Mary Sidney.” Le dictionnaire universel des créatrices. Eds. Béatrice Didier, Antoinette
     Fouque, Mireille Calle-Gruber. Paris: Des Femmes Antoinette Foque, 2013.

Rev. of Reading Newspapers: Press and Public in Eighteenth-Century Britain and America 
     by Uriel Head. Reception: Texts, Readers, Audiences, History 5 (2013): 91-93.

Katharine Gray Brown - professor of philosophy and peace studies

Nonviolence: Critiquing Assumptions, Examining Frameworks. New York: Rodopi Press.
     (co-edited with Michael P. Brown) -- forthcoming

Katharine Ings - professor of English

“’I Shall Come Forth as Gold’: Dolce and Gabbana’s Iconographic Collection.” Selvedge 
     
55 (2013).

Rev. of Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity. Exhibit. Art Institute of Chicago.
     Chicago. Selvedge 54 (2013).

“Third Time’s the Charm: Momo Wang Believes in Second Chances." Selvedge 54 (2013).

Rev. of Woods Wolf Girl by Cornelia Hoogland and Galaxy by Rachel Thompson. The Journal of
     Canadian Poetry: The Poetry Review
 28 (2013).

“Back to Her Roots: Teresa Martins’ Organic Designs.” Selvedge 54 (2013).

Mary Lahman - professor emerita of communication studies

"General Semantics: Understanding Korzybski's Formulations." ETC: A Review of General
     Semantics 
70.2 (2013): 111-119.

"Awareness and Action: A General Semantics Approach to Effective Language Behavior." Institute
     of General Semantics
 Institute of General Semantics, 2013. Web.

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"Awareness and Action: A General Semantics Approach to Effective Language Behavior
     (Part 2)—Abstraction: Exploring Why the Map is Not the Territory." ETC: A Review of
     General Semantics 70.
3 2013): 260-272.

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“Awareness and Action: A General Semantics Approach to Effective Language Behavior
     (Part 3)—Allness: Discovering it is Not Possible to Know Everything About Anything.”
     ETC: A Review of General Semantics, vol. 70, no. 4, 2013, pp. 443-448.

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Young Lee - professor of mathematics 

"A Mathematical Modeling Approach to Gambling Among Older Adults." Applied Mathematics and
     Computation
 221 (2013):403-410. (co-authored with Tae Do)

Steve Naragon - professor emeritus of philosophy

"Maschine"; "Herz"; "Leib"; "Gehirn"; "Automat"; "Gehör"; "Geräusch"; "Geruch"; "Betastung";
     "Sehen"; "Täuschung der Sinne"; "Ton"; "Taubheit"; "Nerven"; Physiologie"; "Technizismus";
     "Haut"; "Physiognomik"; "Kant’s 'Anhang zu Sömmering: Über das Organ der Seele'"; "Samuel
     Thomas Sömmering." Kant-Lexikon. Eds. Marcus Willaschek, Georg Mohr, Jürgen
     Stolzenberg, and Stefano Bacin. 3 vols. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2015.

“Ein Geschenk für Rose Burger. Notizen und Hinweise zu einem neu aufgefundenen
     Kant-Blatt.” Kant-Studien 104 (2013): 1-12. (co-authored with Werner Stark)

Jerry Sweeten - professor emeritus of biology

"Evaluation of Current Measures of Aquatic Biological Integrity in the Central Appalachian
     Coalfields: Efficacy and Implications." Environmental Considerations in Energy Production.
     Ed. J. Craynon. Englewood, CO: Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, 2013.
     381-394. (co-authored with S. Sweeten, J. Craynon, M. Ford, and S. Schoenholtz)

Leonard Williams - professor emeritus of political science

“This Canon Which Is Not One.” Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies 1 (2013): 7-21.

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2012

Greg Clark - professor of physics

"Degradation of Spacesuit Fabric in Low Earth Orbit." NASA Technical Memorandum TM-2012-
     217682 (August 2012). (co-authored with James R. Gaier, Sammantha Baldwin, Angela Folz,
     Deborah L. Waters, Terry R. McCue, Donald A. Jaworske, Kerry J. Rogers, Brittany Batman,
     John Bruce, and Tsega Mengistu)

"Post-Flight Characterization of Samples for the MISSE–7 Spacesuit Fabric Exposure
     Experiment." NASA Technical Memorandum TM-2012-217651 (August 2012). (co-authored
     with James R. Gaier, Deborah L. Waters, Donald A. Jaworske, Terry R. McCue, Angela
     Folz, Sammantha Baldwin, Brittany Batman, and John Bruce)

Aron Costello-Harris - associate professor of biology

"The Influence of the Presence of a Predator Odor on the Non-vigilant Behaviors of Food-
     deprived House Mice (Mus musculus)." Ethology Ecology and Evolution 24.1 (2012):
     14-22. (co-authored with R.B. Bextermueller and D.B. Meikle)

Kathryn Davis - associate professor of chemistry

“Charge Transfer Through Modified Peptide Nucleic Acids.” Langmuir 28.4 (2012): 1971-1981.
     (co-authored with E. Wierzbinski, A. De Leon, S. Bezer, M. Wolak, M. J. Kofke, R. Schlaf, C.
     Achim, and D. H. Waldeck)

“The Effect of Backbone Flexibility on Charge Transfer Rates in Peptide Nucleic Acid Duplexes.”
     Journal of the American Chemical Society 134.22 (2012): 9335-9342. (co-authored with E.
     Wierzbinski,  A. De Leon, X. Yin, A. Balaeff, S. Rapireddy, R.  Venkatramani, S. Keinan,
     D. Ly, M. Madrid, D. Beratan, C. Achim, and D. H. Waldeck.)

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Stacy Erickson-Pesetski - professor of English

“Fame, Fortune, and Theft: The Shakespeare First Folio.” SHARP News 21.1 (2012): 2.

David Hicks - associate professor emeritus of biology

"Losses in Understory Diversity Over Three Decades in an Old-Growth, Cool- Temperate Forest
     in Michigan, USA." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42.3 (2012): 532-549. (co-authored
     with K. D. Woods and J. Schultz)

"Vascular Plant Flora of Two Natural Areas in Wabash County, Indiana." Castanea 77.1 (2012):
     60-79.

Katharine Ings - professor of English

“Crowning Glories: Hats off to Little Shilpa.” Selvedge 48 (2012).

“Power Lines: Stella McCartney’s Winning Style.” Selvedge 47 (2012).

“Thoroughly Modern Modesty: The Allure of the New Demure.” Selvedge 44 (2012).

Mary Lahman - professor emerita of communication studies

"Appreciative Inquiry: Guided Reflection to Generate Change in Service learning Courses."
     Communication Teacher 26.1 (2012): 1-4.

Kristen Short - associate professor of biology

"Rapid Displacement of a Resident Gecko Species by the Invasive Hemidactylus Mabouia During
     Range Expansion in Florida." Biological Invasions 14.6 (2012): 1177-1186(co-authored
     with K. Petren)

2011

Judd Case - professor of communication studies

“Geometry, Radar and Empire.” Journal of Empire Studies. Tom Durwood, October 2011. Web.

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Rusty Coulter-Kern - professor of psychology

"Experiential Learning in Industrial/Organizational Psychology: A Case Study." Journal of the
     Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences
 15 (2011). (co-authored with A. Luthanen, H.
     Sibert, H. Morris, W. Ohmer, J. Garber, and R. Lowden)

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Kathryn Davis - associate professor of chemistry

“Evidence for a Near-resonant Charge Transfer Mechanism for Double-stranded Peptide Nucleic
     Acid.” Journal of the American Chemical Society 133.1 (2011): 62-72. (co-authored with R.
     Venkatramani, E. Wierzbinski, S. Bezer, A. Balaeff, S. Keinan, A. Paul, L. Kocsis, D.N.
     Beratan, C. Achim, D.H. Waldeck)

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Kim Duchane - professor emeritus of exercise science and athletic training

Code of Conduct for P-12 Physical Education Teachers.  Reston, VA: National Association for
     Sport and Physical Education, 2011. (co-authored with M. Hartzell, M. Bell, J. Steffen,
     J. Strong)

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Katharine Ings - professor of English

"John Irving. "The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction. Ed. Brian W. Shaffer. New York:
     Wiley/Blackwell, 2011.

Mary Lahman - professor emerita of communication studies

"Appreciative Inquiry + General Semantics → IFD Disease Resistance. "  ETC: A Review of
     General Semantics 
68.4 (2011): 395-401.

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“Online Discussion, Student Engagement, and Critical thinking." Journal of Political Science
     Education 
7.2 (2011): 143-162. (co-authored with Leonard Williams)

Young Lee - professor of mathematics 

"A Modeling Perspective of Juvenile Crimes. " International Journal of Numerical Analysis and
     Modeling, Series B
 2.4 (2011): 369-378.

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Timothy Ogden - professor of business

“Hopwood Manufacturing: Seeking to Hire the Best and the Brightest, or Not.” Ontario: Ivey
     Publishing, 2011. (case study)

Kristen Short - associate professor of biology

"Fine-Scale Genetic Structure Arises During Range Expansion of an Invasive Gecko. " PLoS
     ONE 
6.10 (2011): e26258. (co-authored with K. Petren)

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"Multimodal Dispersal During Range Expansion of the Tropical House Gecko Hemidactylus
     Mabouia
." Ecology and Evolution 1.2 (2011): 181-190(co-authored with K. Petren)

Leonard Williams - professor emeritus of political science

“The Allure of Insurrection.” Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies 1 (2011): 265-289.
     (co-authored with Brad Thomson)

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“Online Discussion, Student Engagement, and Critical thinking." Journal of Political Science
     Education 
7.2 (2011): 143-162. (co-authored with Mary Lahman)

2010

Michelle Calka - associate professor of communication studies

"Doing Community-Based Partnership Research in Online Communities." Case Studies in
     Community-Based Participatory Research
. Ed. L. Harter, J. Hamel-Lambert, and J.
     Millesen. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, 2010. (co-authored with L. W. Black)

"I Can Has Community? A Case Study and Reflection on Norms and Social Support in a Lolcat
     Fan Group." Group Communication: Cases for Analysis, Appreciation,and Application. Ed.
     L. W. Black. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, 2010. 83-90.

Marcie Coulter-Kern - professor of psychology

"Involving Undergraduate Students in Community-Based Research." Quick Hits for Service-
     Learning: Successful Strategies by Award-winning Teachers.
 Ed. M. A. Cooksey and
     K. T. Olivares. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 2010. 163-164.

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"Serve at Your Own Risk?: Service-Learning in the Promotion and Tenure Process." Journal of
     Community Engagement and Higher Education
 1.2 (2010). (co-authored with Jacquelyn
     Frank, Mark Malaby, Laura Raidonis Bates, Sheron Fraser-Burgess, J.R. Jamison, Linda
     Stalker Prokopy, Nathan A. Schaumleffel)

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Rusty Coulter-Kern - professor of psychology

"The Effect of Online Quizzing on Understanding of Key Concepts in an Introduction to
     Psychology Course." Journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences 14 (2010).
     (co-authored with K. L. Fogle and H. M. Sibert)

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Kathryn Davis - associate professor of chemistry

“Distance Dependence of the Charge Transfer Rate for Peptide Nucleic Acid Monolayers.” 
     Journal of Physical Chemistry B 114.45 (2010): 14140-14148. (co-authored with
     A. Paul, R.M. Watson, E. Wierzbinski, A. Sha, C. Achim, D.H. Waldeck)

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“Fundamental Signatures of Short- and Long-Range Electron Transfer for the Blue Copper
     Protein Azurin at Au/SAM Junctions.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 
     
107 (2010): 2757-2762. (co-authored with D.E. Khoshtariya, T.D. Dolidze, M. Shushanyan,
     D.H. Waldeck, R. van Eldik)

Stacy Erickson-Pesetski - professor of English

“Print Networks 2010: The Book Trade in Early Modern Britain.” SHARP News 19.4 (2010): 13-14.
     (Conference Review)

Rev. of Women Editing/Editing Women: Early Modern Women Writers and the New Textualism
     Ed. Ann Holinshed Hurley and Chanita Goodblatt.  SHARP News 19.4 (2010): 13-14.

Katharine Ings - professor of English

“Lost and Found: Pascale Palun’s Time and Emotion Study.”  Selvedge 37 (2010). 

"Grace Kelly: Style Icon.” Selvedge 34 (2010).

The Norton Mix: A Custom Reader for Composition. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2010.
     (co-edited with Elizabeth Rodriguez Kessler, Jeffrey Andelora, and Angela L. Jones)

"Novel [To Kill a Mockingbird] Still Killer after 50 Years. Coming-of-Age Tale A Favorite of Young,
     Old.” Journal Gazette [Fort Wayne, IN] 11 July 2010: 11A.

Young Lee - professor of mathematics

“A Modeling Perspective of Deliberate Self-Harm." Journal of the Korean Society for Industrial and
     Applied Mathematics
 14.4 (2010): 275-284. (co-authored with T. Do)

Steve Naragon - professor emeritus of philosophy

"Alberti, Michael (1682-1757)"; "Ammon, Christian Friedrich (1696-1742)"; "Arnoldt, Daniel
     Heinrich (1706-1775)"; "Baumgarten, Christoph Friedrich (16??-1746)"; "Beseke, Johann
     Melchior Gottlieb 1746-1802)"; "Bock, Friedrich Samuel (1716-1785)"; "Bock, Johann
     Georg (1698-1762)"; "Bohl, Johann Christoph (1703-1785)"; "Buck, Friedrich Johann
     (1722-1786)"; "Büttner, Christoph Gottlieb (1708-1776)"; "Burckhard, Thomas (1686-
     1744)"; "Busolt, Gotthilf Christoph Wilhelm (1771-1831)"; "Chmelnitzki, Johann (1742-
     1794)"; "Christiani, Karl Andreas(1707-1780)"; "Danovius, Ernst Jakob (1741-1782)";
     "Friedländer, Michael (1769-1824)"; "Gatterer, Johann Christoph (1727-1799)"; "Gensichen,
     Johann Friedrich (1759-1807)"; "Hagen, Karl Gottfried (1749-1829)"; "Herrmann, Christian
     Gotthilf (1764-1823)"; "Hoffmann, Friedrich (1660-1742)"; "Hufeland,Christoph Wilhelm
     Friedrich (1762-1836)"; "Jachmann, Reinhold Bernhard (1767-1843)"; "Jäsche, Gottlieb
     Benjamin (1762-1842)"; ">Kiesewetter, Joh. Gottfried Karl Christian (1766-1819)";
     "Kreutzfeld, Johann Gottlieb (1745-1784)"; "Kypke, Georg David (1724-1779)"; "Kypke,
     Johann David (1692-1758)"; "Lilienthal, Michael (1686-1750)"; "Michaelis, Christian
     Friedrich (1770-1834)"; "Pisanski, Georg Christoph (1725-1790)"; "Pölitz, Karl Heinrich
     Ludwig (1772-1838)"; "Pörschke>, Karl Ludwig (1751-1812)"; "Reidenitz, Daniel Christoph
     (1760-1842)";"Reil, Johann Christian (1759-1813)"; "Rogall, Georg Friedrich (1701-1733)";
     "Salthenius, Daniel Lorenz (1701-1750)"; "Sanden, Christian Bernhard von (1707-1756)";
     "Sanden, Heinrich von 1672-1728)"; "Schultz, Johann (1739-1805)"; "Schulz, Joachim
     Christoph Friedrich (1762-1798)"; "Soemmerring, Samuel Thomas (1755-1830)"; Starck,
     Johann August (1741-1816)"; "Teske, Johann Gottfried (1704-1772)"; "Wlochatius, August
     Wilhelm (1744-1815)"; Zöllner, Johann Friedrich (1753-1804). "Dictionary of Eighteenth-
     Century German Philosophers
. Eds. Manfred Kuehn and Heiner Klemme. 3 vols. London:
     Continuum, 2010.  

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“‘A Good, Honest Watchmaker’: J. C. F. Schulz’s Portrait of Kant from 1791.” Kant-Studien 101.2
     (2010): 217-26.

Jonathan Watson - associate professor of English

"Miles and Malle.” Brilliant Corners 14.2 (2010).

Leonard Williams - professor emeritus of political science

"Hakim Bey and Ontological Anarchism.” Journal for the Study of Radicalism 4.2 (2010): 109-137.

 2009

Barb Burdge - professor of social work

"Legal Discrimination Against Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Americans: A Multi-theoretical Model to
     Explain an Elusive Civil Rights Law." Journal of Policy Practice 8.1 (2009): 4-20.

Judd Case - professor of communication studies

“Sounds from the Center: Liriel’s Performance and Pilgrimage Ritual.” Journal of Media
     & Religion
 8.4 (2009): 209-225.

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Greg Clark - professor of physics

"Pre-Flight Characterization of Samples for the MISSE-7 Spacesuit Fabric Exposure
     Experiment." NASA Technical Memorandum TM-2009-215810. (2009) (co-authored with
     James R. Gaier, Terry R. McCue, Kerry J. Rogers, and Tsega Mensitu)

Marcie Coulter-Kern - professor of psychology

"What's Wrong with Research Literatures? And How to Make Them Right." Review of General
     Psychology
 13.2 (2009): 146-166. (co-authored with G. S. Howard, T. L. Hill, S. E. Maxwell,
     T. M. Baptista, M. H. Farias, C. Coelho, R. G. Coulter-Kern)

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Rusty Coulter-Kern - professor of psychology

"What’s Wrong with Research Literatures? And How to Make Them Right." Review of General
     Psychology
 13.2 (2009): 146-166. (co-authored with G. S. Howard, T. L. Hill, S. E. Maxwell,
     T. M. Baptista, M. H. Farias, C. Coelho, and M. L. Coulter-Kern.)

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Katharine Gray Brown - associate professor of philosophy and peace studies

"Introduction to Peace Studies: a Syllabus." In Peace, Justice, and Security Studies: a Curriculum
     Guide
. 7th ed. Ed. T. McElwee, B. Welling Hall, J. Liechty, and J. Garber. Boulder: Lynne
     Rienner Publishers, 2009. 119-121.

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David Hicks - associate professor of biology

"Forest Vegetation of the Kokiwanee Nature Preserve, Wabash County, Indiana." Proceedings of
     the Indiana Academy of Science 
118.1 (2009): 22-30. (co-authored with T.M. Michaelis)

Katharine Ings - professor of English

"The Handmade’s Tale.” Selvedge 33 (2009).

Young Lee - professor of mathematics 

“Epidemiological Approach to the South Korean Beef Protests with Hidden Agenda.” Journal of
     the Korean Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
 13.3 (2009): 181-188. (co-authored
     with Tae S. Do)

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“A Structured Modeling Approach of Peptic Ulcers and H. Pylori Infection.” Journal of the Korean
     Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
 13.1 (2009): 1-11. (co-authored with Tae S. Do
     and Glenn Ledder)

Benson Onyeji - professor emeritus of political science

“Another Africa.” X–Position: The Journal of the Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies Fall 2009.

"Globalization and the Localization of Politics in Africa. " Global Studies Journal 2.1 (2009): 73-94.

Kristen Short - associate professor of biology

Rev. of Urban Herpetology, ed. Joseph C. Mitchell, Robin E. Jung Brown, and Breck
     Bartholomew. Quarterly Review of Biology 84.4 (2009): 423.

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Janina Traxler - professor emerita of French

"Arthurian Exists: Alone, Together, None of the Above.” The Arthurian Way of Death. Ed. Karen
     Cherewatuk and K. S. Whetter. Cambridge, UK: D.S. Brewer, 2009. 169-92.

Leonard Williams - professor emeritus of political science

"Willful Ignorance about the Role of the Supreme Court.” Journal Gazette [Fort Wayne, IN]
     24 July 2009: 13A.

Carlos Arturo Yanez - associate professor of Spanish

“The World is Too Messy: The Challenge of Historical Literacy in a General-Education Course.”
     Composition(s) in the New Liberal Arts. Ed. Joanna Caster and James Inman. Cresskill, NJ:
     Hampton Press, 2009. (co written with David R. Russell)

 2008

Jim Brumbaugh-Smith - Oppenheim associate professor of mathematical sciences

“NIVAH - A Composite Index Measuring Violence and Harm in the U.S.” Social Indicators
     Research 
85.3 (2008): 351-387. (co-authored with Neil Wollman, Brad Yoder, Heidi Gross)

Michelle Calka - associate professor of communication studies

"Finding and Evaluating Sources." yOU speak: Skills for the Engaged Speaker. Eds. K.R. Meyer,
     J.P. Mazer, and D.A. West. 2nd ed. Columbus, OH: Ohio University, 2008. (co-authored with
     V. L. Schrader, H. M. Stassen, and A. E. Wojno)

Rusty Coulter-Kern - professor of psychology

"Preservice Physical Educator Attitudes Toward Students with Disabilities in General Education
     Settings." Clinical Kinesiology 62.3 (2008): 16-20. (co-authored with K. A. Duchane and
     R. Leung)

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Kim Duchane - professor emeritus of exercise science and athletic training

Academic Standards for Physical Education. 2nd ed. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana State Department
     of Education, 2008. (co-authored with C. Caldwell, K. Hatch, L. Miniear)

"Inclusion Confusion: Disposition of Future Physical Educators Toward Teaching Students with
     Disabilities." Indiana AHPERD Journal 37.3 (2008): 27-32. (co-authored with C. Bambo,
     N. Sieracki)

"Preservice Physical Educator Attitude Toward Students with Disabilities in General Education
     Settings." Clinical Kinesiology 62.3 (2008): 16-20. (co-authored with R. Leung,
     R. Coulter-Kern)

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Katy Gray Brown - professor of philosophy and peace studies

Newsletter on American Indians in Philosophy. 5.2-7.2 American Philosophical Association,
     2006-2008. Web. (co-edited with Lorraine Mayer)

Young Lee - professor of mathematics

“The Dynamics of Peptic Ulcers and H. Pylori with Vaccination.” International Journal of Applied
     Mathematics and Computing 
43.3 (2008): 323-328.

Andrew Rich - professor emeritus of mathematics

"Leftist Numbers." The College Mathematics Journal 39.5 (2008): 330-336.

Kristen Short - associate professor of biology

"Boldness Underlies Foraging Success of Invasive Lepidodactylus Lugubris Geckos in the Human
     Landscape."  Animal Behaviour 76.2 (2008): 429-437. (co-authored with K. Petren)

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"Isolation and Characterization of Twelve Polymorphic Microsatellite Loci in the Tropical House
     Gecko Hemidactylus Mabouia." Molecular Ecology Resources 8.6 (2008): 1319-1321.
     (co-authored with K. Petren)

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Jonathan Watson - associate professor of English

“Susannah Floats.” Squaw Valley Review (2008).

Leonard Williams - professor emeritus of political science

“Caucuses Give View of Politics in Action.” Journal Gazette [Fort Wayne, IN] 4 January 2008: 11A.

“John Stuart Mill.” Encyclopedia of the First Amendment. Ed. John Vile, David Hudson, and David
     Schultz. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2008.

Carlos Arturo Yanez - associate professor of Spanish

History Writing: Instructional and Cognitive Complexities. Philadelphia: Xlibris Corp., 2008.

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Brad Yoder - professor emeritus of sociology and social work

“NIVAH - A Composite Index Measuring Violence and Harm in the U.S.” Social Indicators
     Research 
85.3 (2008): 351-387. (co-authored with Jim Brumbaugh-Smith, Neil Wollman,
     Heidi Gross)

 2007

Barb Burdge - professor of social work

"Analysis of social work theory profession published in 2004."  Advances in Social Work 8.1
     (2007): 81-103. (co-authored with V. D. Decker, P. D. Suman, A. Deka, M. Haris, D. J.
     Hymans, M. Marcussen, D. Pittman, K. Wilkerson, and J. G. Daley)

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"Bending gender, ending gender:  Theoretical foundations for social work practice with the
     transgender community."  Social Work 52.3 (2007): 243-250.

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Rusty Coulter-Kern - professor of psychology

"Perceptions of Parent Involvement in Academic Achievement." Journal of Educational
     Research 
100.6 (2007): 361-368. (co-authored with J. DePlanty and K. A. Duchane)

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Kim Duchane - professor emeritus of exercise science and athletic training

“Attitude Toward Teaching Students with Disabilities in Physical Education.” Indiana AHPERD
     Journal 
36.1 (2007): 33-37.

Stacy Erickson-Pesetski - professor of English

“Open the Book, Open the Mind.” SHARP News 16.4 (2007): 6-7.

Beate Gilliar - professor of English

“Firing a Tear.” National Association for Poetry. 2007.

Jeff Osborne - professor of chemistry

“Glutamate 107 in Subunit I of the Cytochrome bd Quinol Oxidase from Escherichia Coli is
     Protonated and is Near the Heme d/Heme b595 Binuclear Center.” Biochemistry 46.11
     (2007): 3270-3278. (co-authored with K. Yang, J. Zhang, A. Vakkasoglu, R. Hielscheer,
     J. Hemp, M. Miyoshi, P. Hellwig, and R. Gennis) 

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Hydroxyatrazine N-Ethylaminohydrolase (AtzB): an Amidohydrolase Superfamily Enzyme
     Catalyzing Deamination and Dechlorination.” Journal of Bacteriology 189.19 (2007): 6989-
     6997. (co-authored with J. L. Seffernick, A. Aleem, G. Johnson, M. J. Sadowsky, and
     L. P. Wackett)

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Jonathan Watson - associate professor of English

"To Winchelsea. " Crab Orchard Review 12.1 (2007).

Leonard Williams - professor emeritus of political science

"Abundance, Lack, and Identity.” Journal of Political Ideologies 12.2 (2007): 109-126.

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 2006

Jim Brumbaugh-Smith - Oppenheim associate professor of mathematical sciences

National Index of Violence and Harm. Manchester University Peace Studies Institute, Bentley
     Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility, 2006. Web. (co-edited with Neil Wollman)

Michelle Calka - associate professor of communication studies

“Distortion in News Coverage and the Face of the Enemy.” Feedback 47.2 (2006): 41-47.

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Marcie Coulter-Kern - professor of psychology

The Thin Book of Service-Learning for Faculty. Indianapolis: Indiana Campus Compact, 2006.
     (co-authored with Jayne Beilke, Mary Lahman, Scott Smithson, Gary Stiler, Deb Winikat)

Rusty Coulter-Kern - professor of psychology

"A Logic Model of Service-Learning: Tensions and Issues for Further Consideration." Michigan
     Journal of Community Service Learning 
12.2 (2006): 47-60. (co-authored with M. Bellner,
     D. Bryant, K. Duchane, D. Lowry, D. May, P. Moris, J. Pomery)

Kim Duchane - professor emeritus of exercise science and athletic training

"Advocacy: Let 's Get Funded!" Indiana AHPERD Journal 35.1 (2006): 28-30.

"A Logic Model of Service-Learning: Tensions and Issues for Further Consideration." Michigan
     Journal of Community Service Learning
 12.2 (2006): 47-60. (co-authored with M. Bellner,
     D. Bryant, Rusty Coulter-Kern, D. Lowry, D. May, P. Moris, J. Pomery)

Katharine Gray Brown - professor of philosophy and peace studies

Spiritual and Political Dimensions of Nonviolence and Peace. New York: Rodopi Press, 2006.
     (co-edited with David Borsema)

Katharine Ings - professor of English

“Between Hoax and Hope: Miscegenation and Nineteenth-Century Interracial Romance.” 
     Literature Compass
 3.4 (2006): 648-657.

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Mary Lahman - professor emerita of communication studies

The Thin Book of Service-Learning for Faculty. Indianapolis: Indiana Campus Compact, 2006.
     (co-authored with Jayne Beilke, Marcie Coulter-Kern, Scott Smithson, Gary Stiler, Deb Winikat)

Steve Naragon - professor emeritus of philosophy

Kant in the Classroom. 2006. Web.

Available online at http://users.manchester.edu/facstaff/ssnaragon/Kant/Home/index.htm

Rev. of Notes and Fragments, by Immanuel Kant, trans. Curtis Bowman, Paul Guyer, and Fred
     Rauscher, ed. Paul Guyer. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. 5 January 2006. Web.

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Jeff Osborne - professor of chemistry

“Deinococcus Radiodurans Engineered for Complete Toluene Degradation Facilitates Cr(VI)
     Reduction.” Microbiology 152.8 (2006): 2469-2477. (co-authored with H. Brim, H. M.
     Kostandarithes, J. K. Fredrickson, L. P. Wackett, and M. J. Daly)

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Robert Pettit - professor emeritus of sociology

"Using Conflict Constructively." Working for Peace: A Handbook of Practical Psychology and Other
     Tools. 
Ed. Rachel M. MacNair. Atascadero, Calif.: Impact Publishers, 2006. 137-139.

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Jo Young Switzer - president emerita

“Creating a Peaceful Climate for Peace Work.” Working for Peace: A Handbook of Practical
     Psychology and Other Tools
. Ed. Rachel M. MacNair. Atascadero, Calif.: Impact Publishers,
     2006. 241-247.

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"Women College Presidents: Interviews about Journeys and Adaptations.” Advancing Women in
     Leadership Online Journal
 21 (Summer 2006).

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Gary Zimmerman - professor emeritus of psychology

"Humor for Peace: Finding Laughing Matters." Working for Peace: A Handbook of Practical
     Psychology and Other Tools
. Ed. Rachel M. MacNair. Atascadero, Calif.: Impact Publishers,
     2006. 276-281.

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2005

Kim Duchane - professor emeritus of exercise science and athletic training

"No Child Left Behind in Dance." Indiana AHPERD Journal 34.2 (2005): 20-21. (co-authored with
     Lana Groombridge)

Stacy Erickson-Pesetski - professor of English

“Comedy of Errors #7"; “Smock Alley Comedy of Errors"; “Henry VIII #3"; “Henry VIII #8"; “Henry
     VIII #19"; “King Henry the Eighth #110"; “Much Ado About Nothing #271"; “Much Ado About
     Nothing #284.” The Shakespeare Collection. Gale Cengage Learning, 2005. Web. (Captions
     and commentary on century seventeenth-, eighteenth-, and nineteenth-century Shakespeare
     century promptbooks from the Folger Shakespeare Library Collection and the Harvard
     Theatre Collection
)

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“The Faerie Queene”; “Astrophel and Stella”;  “Delia”;  “The Knight’s Tale”; “Ingannati.” The
     Shakespeare Collection
. Gale Cengage Learning, 2005. (Headnotes and commentary on
     Shakespeare’s Key Sources)

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Beate Gilliar - professor of English

“Moving.” And Know This Place: Poetry of Indiana. Ed. Jenny Kander and C.E. Greer.
     Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2005.

 2004

Katharine Ings - professor of English

"A Womb of One’s Own: Becoming Mothers, Reclaiming Motherlands in A Son of the Circus.” The
     Critical Response to John Irving
. Todd F. Davis, Kenneth Womack. Westport: Praeger, 2004.
     163-171.

Young Lee - professor of mathematics

“A Nonlocal Heat Flow Problem.” Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 292.1 (2004):
     303-310.

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Timothy Ogden - professor of business

“Recent Developments in Indiana Contract Law.” Indiana Law Review 37.4 (2004): 975-1001.

Janina Traxler - professor emerita of French

Rev. of Reassessing the Heroine in Medieval French Literature, ed. Kathy M. Krause. 
     Arthuriana 14.1 (Spring 2004): 106-07.

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Jonathan Watson - associate professor of English

“The Minim-istic Imagination: Scribal Invention and the Word in the Early English Alliterative
     Tradition.” Oral Tradition 17.2 (2004): 290-309.

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“The Reconfiguration of an Oral Template in the Two Versions of Lawman’s Brut.” Medieval and
     Renaissance Texts and Studies
 (2004).

 2003

Katharine Ings - professor of English

“Illuminating the Moment: Verbal Tableaux in Carol Shields's Poetry.” Carol Shields: The Arts of a
     Writing Life
. Ed. Neil K. Besner. Winnipeg: Prairie Fire Press, 2003.

Mary Lahman - professor emerita of communication studies

“Preparing Trustees, Faculty, Staff, and Students for the Team Visit.” A Collection of Papers on
     Self-Study and Institutional Improvement
. Chicago: North Central Association of Colleges
     and Schools, 2003. 

Jo Young Switzer - president emerita

“Reflections on Title IX: A View from Division III.” On Campus with Women 32.3-4 (2003). Web.

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Janina Traxler - professor emerita of French

“Master and Mediator of the Natural World.” Merlin: a Casebook. Ed. P. H. Goodrich and R. H.
     Thompson. New York: Routledge, 2003. 410-425. 

“Pendragon, Merlin and Logos: The Undoing of Babel in That Hideous Strength.” Arthurian
     Literature XX
. Ed. Keith Busby, Roger Dalrymple. Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 2003.

Leonard Williams - professor emeritus of political science

“Holding the Center.” Journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences 7 (2003): 33- 43.

“Playing Politics with Iraq.” Common Dreams.org Newscenter. 12 December 2003. Common
     Dreams. Web. (co-authored with Neil Wollman)

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Political Theory: Classic and Contemporary Readings. Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing, 2003.
     (co-edited with Joseph Losco)

“Reinventing the Left.” New Political Science 25.2 (2003): 281-292.

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“Scholar Defined Presidential Power.” Journal Gazette [Fort Wayne, IN] 9 November 2003: 15A.

“When the Cheering Stops.” South Bend Tribune 22 April 2003: A9.

 2002

Jim Brumbaugh-Smith - Oppenheim associate professor of mathematical sciences

"Minimax Models for Diverse Routing." INFORMS Journal on Computing 14.1 (2002):  81-95.
     (co-authored with Douglas Shier)

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Darla V. Haines - associate librarian

“Myths About Libraries and Library Research.” Indiana Libraries 21.2 (2002): 17-18.

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David Hicks - associate professor emeritus of biology

Rev. of Ecology: Achievement and Challenge, ed. Malcolm C. Press et al. Journal of Vegetation
     Science 
13.3 (2002): 454.

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Katharine Ings - professor of English

“Seniors Pledge Social Responsibility.” Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning 34.4 (2002):
     46-47.

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Young Lee - professor of mathematics 

“Application of Implicit Function Theorem to Existence of Solutions to Ordinary Differential
     Equations with Nonlocal Boundary Conditions.” Journal of Mathematical Analysis and
     Applications
 273.2 (2002): 512-528. (co-authored with L.E. Bobisud and Tae S. Do)

Steve Naragon - professor emeritus of philosophy

Rev. of The Beautiful Shape of the Good: Platonic and Pythagorean Themes in Kant’s Critique of
     the Power of Judgment
, by Mihaela Fistioc. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. 5 December
     2002. Web.

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Janina Traxler - professor emerita of French

Rev. of Le Roman de Tristan en prose, ed. Joel Blanchard and Michel Quereuil (vol. 1), Noelle
     Labordierie and Thierre Delcourt (vol. 2), Jean-Paul Ponceau (vol. 3).  Arthuriana (Fall 2002):
     149-55.

“Qu’est-ce que les Americains Trouvent Dans la Legende Arthurienne?” Etudes Medievales 4.4
     (2002): 337-351.

Jonathan Watson - associate professor of English

“The Finnsburh Skald: Kennings and Cruces in the Anglo-Saxon Fragment.” Journal of English
     and Germanic Philology
 101.4 (2002): 497-519.

Leonard Williams - professor emerita of political science

“Return of Normal Politics Helps Incumbents.” News-Sentinel [Fort Wayne, IN] 21 March
     2002: 2B.

2001

Greg Clark - professor of physics

“A Sensitive Technique Using Atomic Force Microscopy to Measure the Low Earth Orbit Atomic
     Oxygen Erosion of Polymers.” NASA Technical Memorandum TM-2001-211346 (December
     2001). (co-authored with Kim K. De Groh, Bruce A. Banks, Anne Hammerstrom, Erica
     Youngstrom, Carol Kaminski, Elizabeth Fine, and Laura Marx)

“Effects of Surface Oxygen on the Performance of Carbon as an Anode in Lithium-ion
     Batteries.” NASA Technical Memorandum TM-2001-210700 (October 2001). (co-authored
     with Ching-Cheh Hung)

Katharine Ings - professor of English

"The Graduation Pledge Alliance.” About Campus 5.6 (2001): 22-23.

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“The Muse Speaks. Women in Literature and Film.” Gender Studies Text. Ed. Dagny Boebel.
     Manchester University, 2001.

Mary Lahman - professor emerita of communication studies

“Developing Communication Behaviors to Enhance Personal Effectiveness in Organizational
     Settings.” Collection Pedagogie. Nancy, France: International Commercial Institute, 2001.

“Operationalizing Supportive/Defensive Climate for Undergraduates.” Communication Teacher 15
     (2001) 13-14.

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Jo Young Switzer - president emerita

“Vocation: Words and Stories.” Brethren Life and Thought 46.3-4 (2001): 170-74.

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Janina Traxler - professor emerita of French

Developing English Writing Skills: Part II. Shenyang: Northeastern University Press, 2001.

"Once and Future Saxons: Nazis and Other Dark Forces in the Modern Arthurian Story." 
     Arthuriana 
11.4 (2001): 96-107.

Leonard Williams - professor emeritus of political science

“Bush’s First 100 Days in Office: So Far, So Good.” News Sentinel [Fort Wayne, IN] 18 May
     2001: 2B. 

Gary Zimmerman - professor emeritus of psychology

"Conflict Management: Handling Emotions and Peer Pressure.” Contemporary Topics for College
     Students
. Ed. M. D. Fortner. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2001.

 2000

Mark Angelos - professor emeritus of history

Rev. of Genoa & the Genoese, 958-1528, by Steven S. Epstein. Speculum: A Journal of Medieval
     Studies 
75.1 (2000): 178-180.

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Kim Duchane - professor emeritus of exercise science and athletic training

“Silver Spartans: An Adapted Focus to Undergraduate Physical Education Preparation.” Indiana
     AHPERD Journa
l 29.1 (2000): 9-10.

David Hicks - associate professor emeritus of biology

“Field Trip Reports: April 10-November 6, 1999.” Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 127.2
     (2000): 183-184. (See 1999 Joint Field Meeting, North Manchester, Indiana.)

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“Population Structure and Growth Patterns of Opuntia Echios Var. Gigantea Along an Elevational
     Gradient in the Galapagos Islands.” Biotropica 32.2 (2000): 235-243.

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Katharine Ings - professor of English

“Working Stiffs?” Rev. of Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man, by Susan Faludi, and The
     Male Body
, by Susan Bordo. Interdisciplinary Literary Studies 1.2 (2000): 249-253.

Mary Lahman - professor emerita of communication studies

“On the Spot: Ads in the 2000 Presidential Nomination Campaign.” Indiana Journal of Political
     Science 
15 (2000): 235-246. (co-authored with Leonard Williams)

Steve Naragon - professor emeritus of philosophy

“The Metaphysics Lectures in the Academy Edition of Kants Gesammelte Schriften.” Zustand und
     Zukunft der Akademie-Ausgabe von Kants Gesammelten Schriften
. Ed. Reinhard Brandt and
     Werner Stark. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2000. 189-215.

Janina Traxler - professor emerita of French

“Dying to Get to Sarras: Perceval’s Sister and the Grail Quest.” The Grail: A Casebook. Ed. Dhira
     B. Mahoney. New York: Garland, 2000. 261-78.

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“Hide and Get Lost: Tristan in the Labyrinth of Incognito.” Tristania 20 (2000): 1-16.

Leonard Williams - professor emeritus of political science

“’Moderates Win’ … and Other Political Myths.” Campaigns and Elections 21.1 (2000): 46-47.
     (co-authored with Neil Wollman and Abigail Fuller)

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“The Myth of Moderation.” State Legislatures 26.7 (2000): 9. (co-authored with Neil Wollman and
     Abigail Fuller)

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“On the Spot: Ads in the 2000 Presidential Nomination Campaign.” Indiana Journal of Political
     Science 
15 (2000): 235-246. (co-authored with Mary Lahman)

Rev. of Self-Construction and the Formation of Human Values: Truth, Language, and Desire, by
     Teodros Kiros. New Political Science 22.2 (2000): 297-298.

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“Safety is the Name of the Game for Bush.” News-Sentinel [Fort Wayne, IN]  2 August 2000: 2B. 

“Who ‘Won’ the Debates? Perhaps You Did.” News Sentinel [Fort Wayne, IN] 24 October 
     2000: 2B.

1999

David Hicks - associate professor emeritus of biology

Rev. of Plant Life Histories: Ecology, Phylogeny and Evolution, ed. Jonathan Silvertown, Miguel
     Franco, John L. Harper. Systematic Botany 24.4 (1999): 685-686.

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Katharine Ings - professor of English

Rev. of Picking Wild Raspberries - the Imaginary Love Poems of Gertrude Stein, by Rosemary
     Aubert, Singing the Bones, by Elsie Myers Klute, and Women Who Dream Tigers, by Vicki
     Summerfeldt. The Journal of Canadian Poetry 14 (1999): 3-8.

Mary Lahman - professor emerita of communication studies

"To What Extent Does a Peer Mentoring Program Aid in Student Retention?” Paper  presented at
     the annual meeting of the National Communication Association (85th, Chicago, Illinois,
     November 4-7,1999). (Eric Document Reproduction Service No. ED 443133).

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Young Lee - professor of mathematics 

“The Accuracy of the Fractional Step Method.” SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 37.1 (1999):
     37-47. (co-authored with John Strickwerda)

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“Population with Returns from the Boundary Existence for a Diffusing to the Interior.” Applicable
     Analysis
 72.1-2 (1999): 1-16. (co-authored with Tae S. Do and Larrry Bobisud)

Terese Salupo-Bryant - associate professor of chemistry 

“Synthesis and X-Ray Crystal Structures of Mixed-Sandwich Group 8 Cyclopentadienyl
     Complexes Containing Crown Thioether Ligands.” Journal of Organometallic Chemistry 
     587 (1999): 207-214.

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