Mary Caputi, David Riesman and Critical Theory: Autonomy versus Emancipation, co-authored with Amirhosein Khandizaji.  Palgrave MacMillan, 2021.  —. “Marcuse’s ‘Feminine Principle’ and Non-Binary Subversions.” Included in Feminism and the Early […]

Faculty Publications: Political Science – March 2023

Liesl Haas and Richard Haesly (2023). “This One New Humanity: Can Multi-Ethnic Churches Be Spaces for Racial Reconciliation?” Journal of Religion and Society 25 (1): forthcoming. XueYing Hu and Teresa Wright, “Developments […]

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Political Science – March 2022

Four entries from the Department of Political Science. Entries include a book that untangles Japan’s complex narrative on race, a book on David Reisman’s concept of autonomy, and articles on […]

Faculty Publications: Political Science – September 2021

Political Science Caputi, Mary, and Amirhosein Khandizaji. David Riesman and Critical Theory: Autonomy versus Emancipation, Springer, 2021. https://www.springer.com/in/book/978-3-030-78868-1 Wright, Teresa. “Possibilities for Civic Virtue and Sentiments of Citizenship among Christians […]

Faculty Publications: Political Science – Winter Break 20/21

Political Science Cabrera Rasmussen, A. (2019) Latinos and health policy. In I. Stavans (Ed.), The Oxford Bibliographies in Latino Studies. New York: Oxford University Press.  Smith, R., Cabrera Rasmussen, A., Galston, […]