Faculty Publications

Faculty in the College of Liberal Arts actively publish in their respective fields. Their research, scholarly, and creative activities—showcased here—contribute meaningfully to their disciplines and enrich their teaching content and methods.  

 

Featured Academic Areas – November 2019

Anthropology

Alex, B.A. (2018) Book Review of Paleoanthropology of the Balkans and Anatolia: Human Evolution and its Context. Journal of Anthropological Research.

Tryon, C., J. Lewis, K. Ranhorn, A. Kwekason, B. Alex… A. Mabulla (2018). Middle and Later Stone Age chronology of Kisese II rockshelter (UNESCO World Heritage Kondoa Rock-Art Sites), Tanzania. PLOS One. 13(2): e0192029. 

Alex, Bridget. “Hopeful Monsters: What Defines a Species” Discover magazine (9/2018)
(http://discovermagazine.com/2018/sep/hopeful-monsters)

Alex, B., D. Mihailović, S. Milošević, E. Boaretto (2019). Radiocarbon Chronology of Middle and Upper Paleolithic Sites in Serbia, Central Balkans. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 25:266-279.

Alex, Bridget. Weekly Online Series for Discover magazine, covering fundamental topics & classic tales in Anthropology. All posts here: http://discovermagazine.com/authors/bridget-alex 

—. “Getting Naked” Discover (9/2019)

—. “To Sleep, Perchance to Evolve” Discover magazine (1/2019)
(http://discovermagazine.com/2019/jan/to-sleep-perchance-to-evolve)

—. “The World Is Our Niche” Discover magazine (4/2019)
(http://discovermagazine.com/2019/apr/the-world-is-our-niche)

 Klein, Wendy. (2018). Anthropological Perspectives on Children as Helpers, Workers, Artisans, and Laborers by David F. Lancy (Book Review). American Anthropologist, 120(3): 623-624.

—. (Forthcoming, Feb. 2020). Language and the discursive construction of religious heritage in Sikh youth education. In Matthew Burdelski and Kathryn Howard (eds.), Language Socialization in Classrooms: Culture, interaction, and language development. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

LeMaster, Barbara. “Theresa! Don’t pull her hair! You’ll hurt her!”: Peer Intervention and Embodiment in U.S. Preschools, Linguistics and Education, in press.

Neff, Hector, Paul H. Burger, Brendan J. Culleton, Douglas J. Kennett, John G. Jones y Marx Navarro-Castillo (2018) El área industrial de Izapa: la zona oriental de manglares del Soconusco durante los períodos Arcaico y Formativo, en Historia y Cultura. Ensayos en homenaje a Carlos Navarrete Cáceres. Carlos Uriel del Carpio Penagos, Alejandro Sheseña Hernández y Marx Navarro Castillo, coordinadores. UNICACH 2018: 63-86.

Navarro-Castillo, Marx y Hector Neff (2018) Estudios recientes en el Soconusco. Arqueología Mexicana 153 (2018): 81-85. Editorial Raíces, México.

Neff, Hector, Paul Burger, Brendan J. Culleton, Douglas J. Kennett, and John G. Jones (2018) Izapa’s industrial hinterland: the eastern Soconusco mangrove zone during Archaic and Formative times. Ancient Mesoamerica 29:395-411.
Glascock, Michael D., Hector Neff, and Keven Vaughn, eds (2019) Ceramics of the Indigenous Cultures of South America. University of New Mexico Press.

Neff, Hector and Kevin J. Vaughn (2019) Ceramic NAA studies in South America. In Glascock, Michael D., Hector Neff, and Keven Vaughn, eds, Ceramics of the Indigenous Cultures of South America, pp. 241-248. University of New Mexico Press.

Giltrap, William, Emlen Myers, and Hector Neff (2019) Compositional analysis of pre-Hispanic pottery from the dry eastern lowlands of Bolivia. In Glascock, Michael D., Hector Neff, and Keven Vaughn, eds, Ceramics of the Indigenous Cultures of South America, pp 135-145. University of New Mexico Press.

Jadot, Elsa Jadot, Grégory Pereira, Hector Neff, and Michael D. Glascock (2019) Diffusion and imitation of Plumbate ceramics during the Early Postclassic Period (AD 900 – 1200 at the Malpaís of Zacapu, Michoacan, Mexico. Latin American Antiquity 30(2): 318-332.

Masucci, Maria, Hector Neff, Michael D. Glascock, and Robert J. Speakman (2019) Fabric and culture: technological change in Ecuadorian finger-painted pottery. In Glascock, Michael D., Hector Neff, and Keven Vaughn, eds, Ceramics of the Indigenous Cultures of South America, pp. 37 – 49. University of New Mexico Press.

Renson, Virginie, Marx Navarro-Castillo, Andrea Cucina, Brendan J. Culleton, Douglas J. Kennett, and Hector Neff  (2019) Origin and diet of inhabitants of the Pacific Coast of Southern Mexico during the Classic Period-Sr, C and N isotopes. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 27 (2019): 101981.

Williams, Veronica I., Terence N. D’Altroy, Hector Neff, Robert J. Speakman, and Michael D. Glascock (2019) Prestige ceramics in Inca Qollasuyu: Production and distribution of imperial and regional ceramics in the southern Andes. In Glascock, Michael D., Hector Neff, and Keven Vaughn, eds, Ceramics of the Indigenous Cultures of South America, pp. 195-208. University of New Mexico Press.

Neff, Hector, Frederick W. Lange, Marty Kooistra, Carlos Caro, and Chad Rankle (2019) Sub-tephra archaeology and geochemistry at La Arenera, Managua, Nicaragua form a record of human activity before the Asososca Maar eruption of 2130 B.P. Geoarchaeology DOI: 10.1002/gea.21733.

Sakai, Sachiko (2019) Changes in the Sources of Olivine-Tempered Ceramics and Social Interaction Patterns in the Virgin Branch Region. In special issue “New Findings from the Far Western Puebloan Region: Papers in Honor of Margaret Lyneis” edited by Karen Harry and Sachiko Sakai. The Kiva Vol 85, December (in press).

Heidi Roberts, Janet Hagopian, Richard V.N. Ahlstrom, and Sachiko Sakai (2019) Margaret Lyneis and the Pottery Traditions Of Corn Creek And Ash Meadows, Southern Nevada. In special issue “New Findings from the Far Western Puebloan Region: Papers in Honor of Margaret Lyneis” edited by Karen Harry and Sachiko Sakai. The Kiva Vol 85, December (in press).

Karen Harry and Sachiko Sakai (2019) Special issue “New Findings from the Far Western Puebloan Region: Papers in Honor of Margaret Lyneis”. The Kiva Vol 85, December (in press).

Karen Harry, Sachiko Sakai, and James Allison (2019) New Findings from the Far Western Puebloan Region: Papers in Honor of Margaret Lyneis. In special issue “New Findings from the Far Western Puebloan Region: Papers in Honor of Margaret Lyneis” edited by Karen Harry and Sachiko Sakai. The Kiva Vol 85, December (in press).

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History

Emily Berquist Soule, “From Africa to the Ocean Sea: Slavery in the Origins of the Spanish Empire,” Atlantic Studies: Global Currents 15:1 (January, 2018), 16-39.

—. “Race in the Colonial Andes: A Review Essay,” Latin American Research Review 53:3 (September, 2018), 1-7.

—., “The Spanish Slave Trade During the American Revolutionary War,” in Gabriel Paquette and Gonzalo Quintero, eds., Spain and the American Revolution: New Approaches and Perspectives, London: Routledge Press, 2019. 

Patricia Cleary, “The Destruction of the Big Mound: Possessing and Defining Native American Places in Early St. Louis,” Missouri Historical Review 113:1 (October 2018): 1-21.

Flamein, Richard. La société fluide, Une histoire des Mobilités sociales modernes (XVIIe-XIXe siècle), Paris-Rennes, coédition CTHS/PUR, 2018, 353 p., Préface de Michel BIARD.

—. “Voltaire à Ferney”. Une adresse à la postérité moderne (1758-2015), Paris, éditions Garnier-Flammarion, collection “Classiques”, 2019, 410p.

Murdock, Caitlin E.  “Public Health in a Radioactive Age: Environmental Pollution, Popular Therapies, and Narratives of Danger in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-1970,” Central European History, Vol. 52 No. 1 (2019).

Sarah SchrankFree and Natural: Nudity and the American Cult of the Body (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019).

Elliot, Ben Tyler, and Nancy Quam-Wickham, editors. A Day in the Life of an American Worker: 200 Trades and Professions through History. ABC-CLIO, 2019.

Quam-Wickham, Nancy. “Ditching the Lecture for Active Learning.” APM Reports, September 19, 2019, https://www.apmreports.org/story/2019/09/17/active-learning.

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Journalism and Public Relations

Paskin, D. (2018). I comment, Usted comenta: Reader comments on diversity in English and Spanish-language newspapers.  In R. A. Lind (Ed.), Race/Gender/Class/Media (4th ed.).  Boston: Pearson.

—. (2018). News Publishing Across Platforms: Gatekeeping for Print, Web, Facebook and Twitter.  Newspaper Research Journal.

—. (2018). “Real or Fake News: Who Knows?” Journal of Social Media in Society.

—. (2018). Time After Time: A news magazine’s covers during the 2008 and 2016 US presidential elections.  Journal of Design, Business & Society 4(1), 37-61.

Paskin, D. (2018). Book Review: Janis Teruggi Page and Lawrence J. Parnell – Introduction to Strategic Public Relations: Digital, Global and Socially Responsible Communication.  Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 1-3.

—. (2018). Book Review: Regina M. Luttrell and Luke W. Capizzo – Public Relations Campaign: An Integrated Approach. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 73(2), 242-244.

Fernback, J. and Shaffer, G. (2019). Cell phones, security and social capital: Examining how perceptions of data privacy violations among cell-mostly internet users impact attitudes and behavior. Media, Inequality & Change Center, University of Pennsylvania. (Article link: https://www.miccenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/CellPhones_1a.pdf)

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