Faculty Publications – March 2021

Faculty Publications – March 2021

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. (more…)

Faculty Publications – February 2021

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 – February 2021

Africana Studies

Claybrook, M. Keith. “Building the Basics: A Handbook for the Pursuit of Academic Excellence in Africana Studies, 2nd Edition” published by Kendall Hunt, 2021 https://he.kendallhunt.com/product/building-basics-handbook-pursuing-academic-excellence-africana-studies

—. “Putting Some Soul into Critical Thinking: Toward an African Centered Approach to Critical Thinking” in The International Journal of Africana Studies, Vol. 21, Nos, 1-2.

Asian and Asian American Studies

Coleman, Sam. 2020. “Understanding—And Misunderstanding—The White Working Class: Two Must-Read Studies for the Helping Professions.” The Journal of Progressive Human Services, 32 (1). Published online December 19.

Ha, K. (2021). Assessment Sequences in Korean Conversation and Their Pedagogical Applications. The Korean Language in America, 24(1), 30-50. https://doi.org/10.5325/korelangamer.24.1.0030

Patraporn, R. Varisa and Barbara W. Kim. “Resurgent Ethnicity and Residential Choice among Second-Generation Asian Americans in a Los Angeles Panethnic Suburb” Urban Affairs Review (forthcoming).

Yamada, Teri Shaffer (2019) “Cambodia’s Changing Landscape: Rhetoric and Reality,” in China and Southeast Asia in the Xi Jinping Era, Frank Cibulka and Alvin Lim, eds. London: Lexington Books, 65-86.  

Zimmerman-Liu , Teresa. “Wu Zetian, Empress” in Women Who Changed the World: Their Lives, Challenges, and Accomplishments through History, edited by Candace Goucher and published by ABC-CLIO.

American Indian Studies

Reed, T. (2021). A Critical Review of the Native American Tradition of Circle Practices. Indigenous Research of Land, Self, and Spirit, 132-152.

—. (2021). Intergenerational Trauma and Other Unique Challenges as Barriers to Native American Educational Success. Indigenous Research of Land, Self, and Spirit, 180-199.

Stone, Craig. “Re-Indigenizing Native Space in a University Context.” In In and Out of View: Art and the Dynamics of Circulation, Suppression, and Censorship. edited by Catha Paquette, Karen Kleinfelder, and Christopher Miles. London: Bloomsbury, 2021 (forthcoming).

Comparative World Literature

Lie, Crystal Yin. “Drawn to History: Healing Dementia and the Armenian Genocide in Aliceheimer‘s Intertextual Collage.” Graphic Medicine, a special issue of Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly edited by Erin La Cour and Anna Poletti, vol. 44, no. 2, 2021. (Forthcoming)

—. “Drawn to History: Healing Dementia and the Armenian Genocide in Aliceheimer‘s Intertextual Collage.” Graphic Medicine, edited by Erin La Cour and Anna Poletti, University of Hawai’i Press, 2021. (Forthcoming)

Jina B. Kim, Joshua Kupetz, Crystal Yin Lie, and Cynthia Wu, eds. and intro. Sex Identity Aesthetics: The Work of Tobin Siebers and Disability Studies. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2021. (Forthcoming)

Lie, Crystal Yin. “‘A Temporal Stuttering’: Writing Dementia and Disaster in Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being.” Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 13.1 (2019): 39-56.

History

Berquist, Emily. “Bonds of Affection? The Catholic Church and Slavery in New Spain,” in Scott Eastman and Vincent Sanz, eds., Rethinking Spain’s Atlantic Empire in the Nineteenth Century: Christopher Schmidt-Nowara’s Histories of Spain and the Antilles, forthcoming 2021, Berghahn Books.

—. “The Abolition of the Slave Trade in the Spanish Empire,” in Alex Borucki, David Eltis, and David Wheat, eds., From the Galleons to the Highlands: Slave Trade Routes in the Spanish Americas, University of New Mexico Press, 2020. 

—. “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, 2020.

Bolaños, Isacar A., “The Ottomans During the Global Crises of Cholera and Plague: The View from Iraq and the Gulf,” International Journal of Middle East Studies 51: 4 (2019): 603-620. 

Curtis, Kenneth R. World History: Voyages of Explorations. National Geographic Learning. Cengage Learning, 2020.

Dabel, Jane and Booth, Mary. “Reputable and Entitled to Credit: The Respectability of African American Women in Nineteenth-Century New York City.” New York History. Volume 100, Number 2, Winter 2019, 192-208.

İğmen, Ali. Making Culture in (Post) Socialist Central Asia, co-edited with Ananda Breed and Eva-Marie Dubuisson, London: Palgrave Pivot, Palgrave McMillan Book Series, 2020. 

Judge, Rajbir. “Critique of Archived Life: Toward a Hesitation of Sikh Immigrant Accumulation,” co-authored with Jasdeep Singh Brar, positions: asia critique 29, no. 2 (2021).

—. “The Invisible Hand of the Indic,” Cultural Critique 110 (2021): 75-109.

—. “What is Called Ghostly?: A Mother’s Story,” Milestones: Commentary on the Islamic World. Review Symposium on Alan Klima’s Ethnography #9. January 21, 2021. https://www.milestonesjournal.net/ethnography-9-1/2020/8/29/review-singh.

—. “Mind the Gap: Islam, Secularism, and the Law,” Qui Parle 29 no.1 (2020): 179–202.

—. “When Dogs Bite,” Public Books, June 7, 2019. https://www.publicbooks.org/when-dogs-bite/

Kelleher, Marie. Iberia, the Mediterranean, and the World in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods. Special issue of the journal Pedralbes (Barcelona). Co-edited with Thomas Barton and Antonio Zaldívar. Forthcoming, Spring 2021.

—. “Medieval Spanish Women and Gender,” in The Routledge Hispanic Studies Companion to Medieval Iberia: Unity in Diversity, Michael Gerli and Ryan Giles, eds. Forthcoming, June 2021.

Kuo, Margaret. “‘Pagan Babies’: Orphan Imagery in the Passionist China Collection and the Emergence of American Sympathy for the Chinese in the Early Twentieth Century.” The Chinese Historical Review 26, no. 2 (2019): 128-55. DOI: 10.1080/1547402X.2019.1757212

Luhr, Eileen. “Pilgrims’ Progress: ‘Efficient America,’ ‘Spiritual India,’ and America’s Transnational Religious Imagination,” Pacific Historical Review 90, no. 1 (Winter 2021): 57-83. https://online.ucpress.edu/phr/article/90/1/57/115509/Pilgrims-Progress-Efficient-America-Spiritual

—. “Rebel with a Cross: The Development of an American Christian Youth Culture,” book chapter in editor Ibrahim Abraham, Christian Punk: Identity and Performance (NY: Bloomsbury, 2020). https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/christian-punk-9781350094802/

Mizelle, Brett. Handbook of Historical Animal Studies, edited with Mieke Roscher and André Krebber (De Gruyter, 2021).
—. “Writing History after the Animal Turn? An Introduction to Historical Animal Studies,” in Mieke Roscher, André Krebber and Brett Mizelle, eds., Handbook of Historical Animal Studies (De Gruyter, 2021), 1-18.

Shafer, David. “Collective Forgetting: Textbooks and the Paris Commune in the Early Third Republic,” Nineteenth-Century French Studies, vol. 49, numbers 3 & 4 (Spring-Summer 2021), pp. 329-348. This is a special issue of Nineteenth-Century French Studies to commemorate the sesquicentennial of the Paris Commune of 1871 entitled La Commune n’est pas morte.

Journalism

Fleming, J. and Karadjov, C. (2020). Focusing on Facts: Media Literacy and News Literacy Education  in the Misinformation Age. In B. De Abreu and W. Christ (Eds.), Media Literacy in a Disruptive Media Environment (pp. 77-93). Routledge: New York. 

Kajimoto, M. and Fleming, J. (2019). News Literacy. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication.

Henneman, T. (2020). Beyond Lip-Synching: Experimenting with TikTok Storytelling. Teaching Journalism & Mass Communication, 10(2), 1-14, https://aejmc.us/spig/wp-content/uploads/sites/9/2020/12/TJMC-10.2-Henneman.pdf

Shaffer, G. (2021, February). Community wireless networks. In Handbook of Peer Production, edited by M. O’Neil, C. Pentzold & S. Toupin. West Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons.

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Faculty Publications – Winter Break 20/21

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 – Winter Break 20/21

ASL Linguistics and Deaf Cultures Program

LeMaster, Barbara. “‘Theresa! Don’t pull her hair! You’ll hurt her!”: Peer intervention and embodiment in US preschools.” Linguistics and Education 59 (2020): 100743.

English

Carlile, Susan. “The First Woman Shakespeare Scholar Questions ‘Genius.'” April 26,
2019, https://martinevanelk.wordpress.com/2019/04/26/the-first-woman-shakespeare-scholar- questions-genius/
—.“Charlotte Lennox: Satirical Poetry and the Rise of Participatory Democracy.” British Women Satirists in the Long Eighteenth Century. Ed. Amanda Hiner and Elizabeth Tasker Davis. Cambridge University Press, 2021.
—.“Eliza” and “Sophia” entries in The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the British Novel, Cambridge University Press, 2021.
—.“The First Information Age: Women and the Making of the English Canon.” Review Essay of Betty Schellenberg’s Literary Coteries and the Making of Modern Print Culture: 1740-1790. Eighteenth- Century Life 45:1 (January 2021).
—.The Female Quixote.Handbook of the British Novel in the Long Eighteenth Century. Eds. Katrin Berndt and Alessa Johns. De Gruyter, 2022.

Egan, Gerald. Fashion and Authorship: Literary Production and Cultural Style from the Eighteenth to the Twenty-First Century. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

Greenberg, Suzanne. “Come See Us Again,” Santa Monica Review 31.1, 2019.
—.“Gasp,” Tiny Coronavirus Stories, Artists & Climate Change, 2020. https://artistsandclimatechange.com/2020/04/04/tiny-coronavirus-stories-isolated-for-days-on-end/
—. “Offering.” Silver Screen Reflections: An Anthology of Movie-Related Fiction, Poetry, and Essays. Los Angeles: Angel Flight Books, Forthcoming, Summer 2021.

Guffey, Robert. “Advertising Man.” Nameless Vol. 2, No. 4 (December 2019).
—.BELA LUGOSI AND THE MONOGRAM NINE (written in collaboration with Gary D. Rhodes). BearManor Media, 2019.
—.“The Detective with the Glass Gun.” Black Dandy #3 (February 2019).
—.“Dymaxion Love.” Hypnos Vol. 8, No. 1 (Spring 2019).
—.“Farewell, Frankenstein!” Freedom of Screech. Crossroad Press, 2019.
—.“A Scarcity of Angels” (Part One). Selene Quarterly Magazine Vol. 2, No. 3 (November 2019).
—. “62 Cents.” The Mailer Review Vol. 13, No. 1 (Fall 2019).
—. “Donald Trump’s Operation Mindfuck.” The Evergreen Review (November 2, 2020). 
—. “Dark Twins of a Distorted American Dream: Gary D. Rhodes’ Offed and “Steve Erickson’s Shadowbahn.” Medium (October 25, 2020).
—.“Decoding  QAnon:  From Pizzagate  to  Kanye  to  Marina  Abramovic, This Conspiracy  Covers Everything.” Salon (September 7,   2020).
—.“The Deep, Twisted Roots of QAnon: From 1940s Sci-fi to 19th-century Anti-Masonic Agitprop.” Salon (August 23, 2020).
–. “Her Wounded Eyes.” New Reader Magazine #10 (June 2020).
—.“The Loser.” Black Cat Mystery Magazine #6 (June 2020).
—.“The Pharmacy” and “The Lemon Thief.” Rosebud#67 (Spring 2020).
—.“A Scarcity of Angels” (Part Two).  Selene Quarterly Magazine Vol. 2, No.4 (February 2020).
—.“Watch Out or You’ll End up in My Novel: The Lost World of Ask the Dust.” John Fante’s Ask the Dust: A Joining of Voices and Views. Fordham University Press, 2020.
—.“What Are the True Goals of QAnon? It’s the 21st Century’s Ultimate Catfish Scheme.” Salon(September 13, 2020).
—.“What Is QAnon?: A Not-so-brief Introduction to the Conspiracy Theory That’s Eating America.” Salon (August 16, 2020).
—. BELA LUGOSI’S DEAD. Crossroad Press, 2021. (Forthcoming.)
—. HOLLYWOOD HAUNTS THE WORLD: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE CINEMA OF OCCULTED TABOOS. Delancey Street Press, 2021. (Forthcoming.)
—. WIDOW OF THE AMPUTATION & OTHER WEIRD CRIMES. Eraserhead Press, 2021.
(Forthcoming.)

Hart, George. Anthropocene Poetics: Deep Time, Sacrifice Zones, and Extinction, by David Farrier. https://www.dispatchespoetrywars.com/poetics-for-the-more-than-human-world/david-farriers-anthropocene-poetics/
—.“The Dark Ecology of Naked Lunch.” Humanities, vol. 9, no. 130, special issue, “Keep on Rolling under the Stars: Green Readings on the Beat Generation,” doi: 10.3390/h9040130.
—.“Larry Eigner’s Ecrippoetics,” Amodern 10, Disability Poetics, edited by Orchid Tierney, https://amodern.net/
—. Letters to Jargon: The Correspondence between Larry Eigner and Jonathan Williams, Edited by Andrew Rippeon. Contemporary Literature, summer 2020.
—. Momentous Inconclusions: The Life and Work of Larry Eigner, co-edited with Jennifer Bartlett. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2020.
—. Finding the Weight of Things: Larry Eigner’s Ecrippoetics. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, forthcoming 2021.

Hultgren, Neil. “Arthur Machen’s Infinite Paragraph: Narrative Style and the Weird,” Studies in Walter Pater and Aestheticism 4 (Summer 2019): 87-109.

Friedman, Dustin and Neil Hultgren. “Decadence and the Weird: Introduction,” Studies in Walter Pater and Aestheticism 4 (Summer 2019): 35-44.

Margrave, Clint. “Middle Age Slam Pit” (Forthcoming in Without a Doubt Anthology, NYQ Books).
—. “A Supermarket in California” Another Chicago Magazine (Dispatches from the Pandemic).
—. “Visitor” and “Call to Prayer” (Forthcoming) New York Quarterly.
—. Visitor (forthcoming poetry collection) NYQ Books, 2021.
—. Lying Bastard (a novel), Run Amok Books, 2020.
—. “The Meta-metamorphosis,” Rattle Magazine, 2020.
—. “Death and the Miser,” Slipstream Fall 2019.
—. “Doctor  Zhivago.” “Parts Unknown.” The American Journal of Poetry. Summer issue, 2019.
—. “The Humming.” Journal of Compressed Arts, 2019.
—. “Once I Shared a Wall with God,” Threepenny Review, 2019.
—. “When Death Travels,” Rattle Magazine, 2019.
—. “Wood Carving Lesson.” Rust + Moth, Summer Issue 2019.

Mohr, Bill. “The Aging Comedian as Letter N” – This 20 minute comic monologue, which was revised and recorded during my sabbatical in the Fall, 2018, was posted on Magra Radio, an on-line radio outlet directed by Paul Vangelisti, in May, 2019. It has subsequently been revised and re-recorded. https://www.magrabooks.com/radio/2019/3/31/episode-6-the-comedian-by-bill-mohr 
—. INTERLIQ (The International Literary Quarterly. Special Issue: California Poets, edited by David Garyan. Four Poems: “The Predicament”; “Turn Lane”; “Breaking Camp”; “Morning Wood.” Four Poems: “The Predicament”; “Turn Lane”; “Breaking Camp”; “Morning Wood.”   http://www.interlitq.org/californiafeature1/index.php 
—. Poetic Diversity: the Poetry Zine of Los Angeles – POEM: “August Days, Autumn Nights” (November 2019, vol. 16, No. 2. Nominated for a Pushcart Prize by the editor, Marie Lecrivain. 
—. Blue Collar Review: Journal of Progressive Working Class Literature. Edited by Al Markowitz; Norfolk, Virginia. “Naming the Bridge.” Summer 2020. Poem chosen as one of nine poems from the issue featured on its online site: http://www.angelfire.com/va/bcr/
—. “Honorable Discharge: ‘I Want My Life Back’ “. Ten minute prose monologue and poem recorded by Victory Theater in Burbank, California for its “Backstory” series of presentations on the theme night of “The Ten Commandments.” Originally broadcast on April 26, 2020.  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-Q1BSk81MRmU1WA4BshnqA 
—. Hummingbird: Magazine of the Short Poem. (Madison, Wisconsin) Edited by C.X. Dillhunt. Volume XXX, No. 2 (2020). “Quarantine Aquarium.”  
—. Making Up: Poems of Beauty, Reconciliation, & Invention. Edited by Shannon Phillips. Picture Show Press, 2020. POEM. “Not Your Average Absentee Landlord.” 
 —. “Teaching Venice West, Lawrence Lipton, and California’s Literary Canon.” The Beats: A Teaching Companion, edited by Nancy Grace. South Carolina: Clemson University Press, forthcoming publication in February, 2021.  

Treviño, Rene H. “Yda H. Addis (c. 1857-?): An Annotated Bibliography.” Resources for American Literary Study, vol. 42, no. 2, forthcoming spring 2021.

Wegener, Frederick. “What the Stones Might Not Tell: Questioning the Attribution of Edith Wharton’s Print Debut.” Edith Wharton Review, vol. 35 (2019), pp. 119-35.
—.Review of Progressivism’s Aesthetic Education: The Bildungsroman and the American School, 1890 1920, by Jesse Raber. American Literary Realism vol. 52
(Spring 2020), pp. 278-80.

Zepeda, Ray. Can This Wolf Survive? Angels Flight Books, 2020.

Geography

Ban, H. (forthcoming). Chapter 7: Existing Databases for Global Coastal Feature Names. In H.-H. Sung (Ed.), Final report for 2020 Standardization of Marine Geographical Names and Promoting Awareness, prepared for Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Agency. Republic of Korea: Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries.

Ban, H. & Ahlqvist, O. (2020). Geographical Counterpoint to Choreographic Information based on Approaches in GIScience and Visualization. International Journal of Geospatial and Environmental Research, 7(3), Article 4. https://dc.uwm.edu/ijger/vol7/iss3/4 

Ban, H. & Sung, H. H. (2019). Visualization of Uncertain Boundaries of Undersea Features. International Journal of Geospatial and Environmental Research, 6(1), Article 4. https://dc.uwm.edu/ijger/vol6/iss1/4  

Wechsler, S. P., Ban, H., & Li, L. (2019). The Pervasive Challenge of Uncertainty and its Integration in Geospatial Practice. In: Koutsopoulos, K., de Miguel González, R., & Donert, K. (Eds.), Geospatial Challenges in the 21st Century. Key Challenges in Geography (EUROGEO Book Series). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-04750-4_16 ISBN: 978-3-030-04749-8. 

Hytrek, Gary. 2019. “Space, Power, and Justice: The Politics of Building an Urban Justice Movement, Long Beach, California, USA.” Urban Geography. 41(5): 736–59.

Temblador, Andres,* Gary Hytrek, Sheyla Diaz,** Adriana Ochoa,** Taylor Karp,** Eduardo Vaca,** and Vanndearlyn Vong.** 2020. Best Start Central Long Beach Participatory Budgeting Process 2020 Report.Evaluation prepared for the Nonprofit Partnership. Long Beach. July. *CSULB graduate student; **CSULB undergraduate students.

Laris, P., 2020. On the Problems and Promises of Savanna Fire Regime Change. Commentary on “Emissions mitigation opportunities for savanna countries from early dry season fire management” Lipsett-Moore et al. Nature Communications (In Press).

Laris, P., Jacobs, R., Kone, M., Dembele, F. Rodrigue, C.M. & Camara, F. 2020. Determinants of fire intensity and severity in a mesic savanna of Africa. Fire Ecology (In Press).

Caillault, S., Laris, P., Fleurant, C., Delahaye, D., and Ballouche, A. 2020. Anthropogenic Fires in West African Landscapes: a Spatially Explicit Model Perspective of Humanized Savannas. Fire. (In press).

Laris, P. & Jacobs, R. 2020. On the problem of “natural” savanna fires: Commentary on Veenendaal et al, 2018, New Phytologist (In Press).

Laris, P., Seymour, C., Mills, M. 2020. What a long term, repeat study can tell us about California’s native prairie landscapes. Rural Landscapes: Society, Environment, History (Forthcoming). 

Kone, M., Dembele, F. Laris, P. 2019. Inventaire, typologie et estimation quantitative des gaz émis par les feux de brousse en savane soudanaise dans le sud Mali. Revue de Géographie Tropicale et d’Environnement (In Press).  

Winslow, S., Creer, K., and Laris, P. 2020. Leveraging UAS Imagery and GEOBIA for Effective Land Management. CSU Geospatial Review (in press).

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, W., Han, H., King-Meadows, T., Kirkpatrick, J., Levine, P., Lieberman, R., Mylonas, H., Rigger, S., Sinclair-Chapman, V., Shay, C., Van Vechten, R. and Grigg. A.  (2020)  APSA Presidential Task Force Report on New Partnerships, in PS: Political Science and Politics, 53(4). doi: 10.1017/S1049096520001274

Cantor, Douglas and Ellen Dannin. “Whetting Their Appetites: Privatization Schemes and the Case of Water.” Private Metropolis: The Eclipse of Local Democratic GovernanceUniversity of Minnesota Press. 2021. 

Caputi, Mary. Contributor, “A Critical Feminist Exchange: Symposium on Claudia Leeb’s Power and Feminist Agency in Capitalism: Toward a New Theory of the Political Subject (OxfordUniversity Press, 2017).  Political Theory, Volume 47, Issue 4, August 2019.
—. Teaching Marx and Critical Theory in the 21st Century, co-edited with Bryant Sculos. Brill Publishing, 2019.
—. “Ending Austrian Silence.”  Review of Claudia Leeb’s The Politics of Repressed Guilt: The Tragedy of Austrian Silence” (Edinburgh University Press, 2018). Published in Philosophy in Review, Volume 40, Issue 2, May 2020, 67-69.
—. “‘The Known Footsteps of my Mother:’ The Power of the Abyss in Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels.”  Published in theory&event, Volume 23, Number 3, July 2020, 641-663.
—. Slow Food and the American Dream. Forthcoming. Under contract with Lexington Books, to appear in 2021.

Mahoney, Charles W. “Acquire or Expire: Publicly Traded Defense Contractors, Financial Markets, and Consolidation in the U.S. Defense Industry.” Defense and Peace Economics (2019).
—.“United States Defense Contractors and the Future of Military Operations.” Defense & Security Analysis (2020).

Weizer, King, Ringel, Conway, Sommerman, and Craig Hall’s How to Please the Court: A Moot Court Handbook – 9781642426670 – West Academic.

Whitehead, Jason. “Tool or Lens? Worldview Theory and Christian Conservative Legal Activism,” Journal of Law & Religion 36:1 (April 2021).

Wright, Teresa. “Better Understanding China—And Ourselves,” Elgar Blog, July 16, 2019. https://elgar.blog/2019/07/16/better-understanding-china-and-ourselves/
—., ed., Handbook of Protest and Resistance in China (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019). 
—.Review of Mobilizing Shanghai Youth: CCP Internationalism, GMD Nationalism and Japanese Collaboration, by Kristin Mulready-Stone, Twentieth-Century China 44(1) (Jan. 2019).
—.Review of Illiberal China: The Ideological Challenge of the People’s Republic of China, by Daniel F. Vukovich, Pacific Affairs 93(3) (September 2020). 
—.Review of Playing by the Informal Rules: Why the Chinese Regime Remains Stable despite Rising Protests, by Yao Li, International Sociology Reviews 35(2) (June 2020).
—.“Possibilities for Civic Virtue and Sentiments of Citizenship among Christians in Mainland China,” in Chan Shun Hing, ed., Citizens of Two Kingdoms: Civil Society and Christian Religion in Greater China (Brill, forthcoming).

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Faculty Publications – October & November 2020

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 – October & November 2020

Environmental Science & Policy

Laris, P., Jacobs, R., Kone, M., Dembele, F. Rodrigue, C.M. & Camara, F. 2020. Determinants of fire intensity and severity in a mesic savanna of Africa. Fire Ecology (In Press).  

McLain, N.*, L. Camargo*, C.R. Whitcraft, and J. G. Dillon. In press. Metrics for evaluating inundation impacts on the decomposer communities in a Southern California coastal salt marsh. Wetlands (in press).

Hagan, W.*, C.R. Whitcraft, and L. Henriques. 2020. The Science Teacher. A Scientists-Science Teacher Partnership that Supports Meaningful Learning. July/August issue.

Human Development

Garcia, M.A., Ortiz, K., Arévalo, S.P., Briceño, E. Diminich, E.D., Tarraf, W., Vega, I.E. (2020). Age of Migration and Cognitive Functioning among Older Latinos in the United States. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 76, 1493-1511.  DOI 10.3233/JAD-191296 [Journal Impact Factor: 3.920]

Ortiz, K. Garcia, M.A., Briceño, E. Diminich, E.D. Arévalo, S.P., Vega, I.E. Tarraf, W. (2020). Glycosylated hemoglobin level and Racial/Ethnic Differences in Cognition among Older Working Adults. Research in Human Development, 17(1), 20-40. DOI:10.1080/15427609.2020.1743810. [Journal Impact Factor:1.196]

Arévalo, S.P., Kress, J., and Then, F. (2020). Validity of cognitive assessment tools for older adult Hispanics: A systematic review. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 68, 882-888. DOI: 10.1111/jgs.16300. [Journal Impact Factor: 4.180]

Noel S.E., Arevalo, S.P., Mena, N.Z., Mangano, K., Velez, M., Dawson-Hughes, B., Tucker, K.L. s, (2019). Knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and health behaviors of bone health among Caribbean Hispanic/Latino adults. Archives of Osteoporosis, 14(1), 1-17. doi: 10.1007/s11657-019-0566-5. [Journal Impact Factor:2.469 in 2018; 2.925 in last 5 years]

Arévalo, S.P., Scott, T.M., Falcón, L.M., Tucker, K.L. (2019). Vitamin B-6 and depressive symptomatology, over time, in older Latino adults. Nutritional Neuroscience, 22 (9), 625-636. DOI:10.1080/1028415X.2017.1422904 [Journal Impact Factor:3.950]

Eriksen, Shelley, Sheetal Chib, Yanet Cortez, Pamela Rayburn, Leah Aldridge and Jackson Katz.  (Forthcoming, 2020). The Best of Times, the Worst of Times:  ‘Best Practices’ for Survivor Support and Gender Violence Prevention Education on College Campuses,” in Women & Therapy, Special Issue: Resistance & Recovery in the #Metoo Era.

Heidbrink, L. 2020. Anatomy of a Crisis: Governing Youth Mobility through Vulnerability. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2020.1797479.

Heidbrink, L. 2020. Benevolent Complicity: The detention of unaccompanied children. In Diverse Unfreedoms and their Ghosts: Interrogations, Transitions, Legacies, and Re-imaginings. Edited by K. Green, C. Coe and S. Balagopalan. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. 

Heidbrink, L. 2020, September. El Poder Coactivo de la Deuda: La migración y deportación de jóvenes indígenas. Organization of American States.

Heidbrink, L. and M. Statz. In Press. Youth Circulations: Tracing the real and imagined circulations of global youth. In Children and Youth as Subjects, Objects, Agents: Approaches to Research in a Global Context. Edited by F. Vavrus, M. Maynes & D. Levison. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Heidbrink, L. and A. Grewe. 2020. Dual Crisis: Health and Fear in Guatemala. Youth Circulations.

Huang, Claudia. 2021. “Families under (peer) pressure: self-advocacy and ambivalence among women in collective dance groups” in Chinese Families Upside Down. Yunxiang Yan, ed. New York: Brill Publishers.

*indicates student co-authors

Kelly, K., Ocular, G.*, Zamudio, J.*, & Plascencia, J*. (2020) “But what about the beginning?”: Maternal strategies for scaffolding young children’s chronological sequencing in narrative conversations. Narrative Inquiry. DOI: 10.1075/ni.19082.kel

Kelly, K. R., & Ocular, G.* (2020). Family smartphone practices and parent-child conversations during informal science learning at an aquarium. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Sciences. DOI: 10.1007/s41347-020-00157-4

Kelly, K. R., Ocular, G.,* & Austin, A.,* (2020). Adult-child science language during informal science learning at an aquarium. The Social Science Journal. DOI: 10.1080/03623319. 2020.1727226

Carmiol, A.^, Kelly, K. R.^, Ocular, G., * Ríos-Reyes, M., González-Chavez, M., & Plascencia, J. * (2019).  Talking about past experiences in two cultural contexts: Children’s narrative structure and maternal elaboration in dyads from Costa Rica and the United States. Early Education and Development, 31(2), 253-268. DOI: 10.1080/10409289.2019.1651190 ^shared first authorship

Chang, J-M., Hernandez Pacheco, R., Kim, A. Y., & Underwood, D. (2020-2021) Identifying Cohorts to Support Diverse Pathways to Timely Graduation in CNSM. Timely Graduation Provost Grant project $990,080

Song, J., Kim A. Y., Martin, L & Bernal, E. (in press). Switching Lanes or Exiting? STEM Experiences, Perceptions, and Identity Construction Among College STEM Switchers.  In Valarie L. Akerson and Gayle A. Buck (Eds): Critical Questions in STEM Education. Springer Nature.

*denotes CSULB undergraduate co-author

Lanza, H. I., Leventhal, A. M., Cho, J., Braymiller, J. L., McConnell, R. S., Krueger, E. A., & Barrington-Trimis, J. L. (2020). Young adult e-cigarette use: A latent class analysis of device and flavor characteristics, 2018-2019. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 216, 108258.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2020.108258

Lanza, H. I., Motlagh, G.*, & Orozco, M.* (2020). E-cigarette use among young adults: A latent class analysis examining co-use and correlates of nicotine vaping. Addictive Behaviors, 110, 106528. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.addbeh.2020.106528

Lanza, H. I., Pittman, P.*, & Hser, Y. I. (2020). Parenting with a substance abuse history: The moderating role of parenting behaviors on obesity and internalizing symptoms in adolescence. Youth and Society, 52, 1436-1456. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0044118X18815274

Lanza, H. I., Barrington-Trimis, J. L., McConnell, R. S., Cho, J., Braymiller, J. L., Krueger, E. A., & Leventhal, A. M. (2020). Trajectories of nicotine and cannabis vaping and poly-use from adolescence to young adulthood. JAMA Network Open, 10, e2019181. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2020.19181

Lanza, H. I., & Pittman, P.* (2019). A peek past the vape clouds: Vape shops in Long Beach, CA, 2015-2018. Tobacco Regulatory Science, 5, 447-455. PMCID: PMC7462366 https://doi.org/10.18001/TRS.5.5.5

Schulte, M. T., Marelich, W., Lanza, H. I., Goodrum, N. M., Armistead, L., & Murphy, D. A. (2019). Alcohol use, mental health, and parenting practices among HIV-positive mothers. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, 18, 111-128. PMCID: PMC7413222 https://doi.org/10.1080/15381501.2019.1596185

Rahman, S. (2020). Black Muslim Brilliance: Countering Antiblackness and Islamophobia through Transnational Educational Migration. Curriculum Inquiry. https://doi.org/10.1080/03626784.2020.1831368

Schryer, E., Boerner, K., Horowitz, A., Reinhardt, J. P., & Mock, S. E. (2019). The social context of driving cessation: understanding the effects of cessation on the life satisfaction of older drivers and their social partners. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 38(12), 1661-1686.

Shih, K. Y. (2020). Invited review of the book, The making of a teenage service class: Poverty and mobility in an American city, by R. Ray. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 12, 87-93.

Shih, K. Y., Chang, T. F., & Chen, S. Y. (2019). Impacts of the model minority myth on Asian American individuals and families: Social justice and critical race feminist perspectives. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 11, 412-428.

Sirota, K. G. (2020). Emotion, morality, and interpersonal relations as critical components of children’s cultural learning in conjunction with middle-class family life in the United States. In C. Demuth, Pïrkko Liisa Raudaskoski, & Sanna Raudaskoski (Eds.), Discursive, embodied, and affective engagements with the world in social interaction (pp. 39-56). Lausanne: Frontiers Media SI. doi: 10.3389/978-2-99863-690-7 [Also see Sirota, 2019, below.]

Sirota, K. G. (2019). Emotion, morality, and interpersonal relations as critical components of children’s cultural learning in conjunction with middle-class family life in the United States. Frontiers in Psychology 10 (June), Article 1456, 1-18. Special journal issue on Lived Culture and Psychology: Discursive, Embodied, and Affective Engagements with the World in Social Interaction. Guest editors: C. Demuth, Pïrkko Liisa Raudaskoski, & Sanna Raudaskoski. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01456

Mathews, H., Strauss, C., Sirota, K., & Chapin, B. L. (2019). Naomi R. Quinn July 22, 1939–June 23, 2019. (Invited obituary tribute.) Ethos: Journal for the Society of Psychological Anthropology, 47 (3), 257-262.

International Studies

Fouratt, Caitlin E. (2019). “‘Lo Que Nos Une’: Refugee Youth and Integration in Costa Rica.” On Youth Circulations Blog website. Ed. Lauren Heidbrink and Michelle Statz. Available online: http://www.youthcirculations.com/blog/2019/2/18/lo-que-nos-une-refugee-youth-and-integration-in-costa-rica.

. (2019). “Transnational Families, Care Arrangements and the State in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.” Discussion Paper for Progress of the World’s Women 2019-2020: Families in a Changing World. UN Women. New York. https://www.unwomen.org/en/digital-library/publications/2019/12/discussion-paper-transnational-families-care-arrangements-and-the-state-in-costa-rica-and-nicaragua.

Fouratt, Caitlin E. and Koen Voorend (2019). “Esquivando al Estado. Prácticas privadas en el uso de los servicios de salud entre inmigrantes nicaragüenses en Costa Rica.” Anuario de Estudios Centroamericanos. 44:1-32.

Little, Carrie (November 2019). Interview with Dr. Joseph Wiltberger and Dr. Caitlin Fouratt on research with Central American refugees on  “Anthropologist on the Street,” Available online: https://www.facebook.com/AnthropologistOnTheStreet/videos/3055993461083879/.

Marcus, Richard R. “COVID 19 –Social Impacts Assessment in the South of Madagascar.” White Paper. World Bank, April 24, 2020.

. “Madagascar: Community Driven-Approach in the South of Madagascar.” White Paper. World Bank, March 31, 2019. 

Douglass, Kristina, Richard R. Marcus et al. “Historical perspectives on contemporary human‐environment dynamics in southeast Africa.” Conservation Biology. January, 2019.

Marcus, Richard R., Philip M Allen, Maureen Covell, eds. (Forthcoming) Historical Dictionary of Madagascar. Lanham, MD: Rowman Littlefield. (COVID-19 publication delay from 2020. 2021 anticipated).

McCall, J. (2020). Turning toward the sun: a cross-national analysis of solar energy generation. International Journal Sociology, 50(4), 310-324.

Walters, Kimberly. “Moral Security: Anti-trafficking and the Humanitarian State in South India.” Gender Panic (Forthcoming, 2020).

Italian

Donato, Clorinda. “Discours sur l’autorité des historiens contemporains (1785) de Girolamo Tiraboschi dans l’édition de Padoue de l’Encyclopédie méthodique,” in Panckoucke et l’Encyclopédie méthodique. Ordre de matières et transversalité, Eds. Martine Groult and Luigi Delia, Classiques Garnier 2019, pp. 43-60.
. “‘La fuga dei cervelli’ and the circulation of knowledge:  Transnational Italian culture in the long eighteenth century,”  Italian Transnational Studies, Eds. Charles Burdett and Loredana Polezzi, Liverpool University Press 2020.
. The Life and Legend of Catterina Vizzani: Sexual Identity, Science and Sensationalism in Eighteenth-Century Italy and England, Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment, Liverpool University Press, Voltaire Foundation, 2020.
. “Masonic Friendships and Shared Visions: Wilhelmine von Bayreuth and Raimondo di Sangro, the Prince of San Severo,” in Markgräfin Wilhelmine von Bayreuth und die Erlanger Universität: Künste und Wissenschaften im Dialog edited by Christina Strunck, Fall 2019, pp. 288-304.
. “Negotiating Sociabilities in Casanova’s Histoire de ma vie, Casanova in the Enlightenment: From the Margins to the Center, Ed. Malina Stefanovska, University of Toronto Press, (Spring 2020), pp. 88-133.
. “Philipp von Stosch: sensibilità artistica e sessualità cosmopolita nell’orbita di Winckelmann,” in La rete prosopografica di Johann Joachim Winckelmann: bilancio e prospettive, ed. Stefano Ferrari, Il Mulino, (Spring 2020), pp. 63-84.
. “Les récits de voyages: source des articles d’encyclopédie au dix-huitième siècle,” Eds. Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink and Suzanne Greilich, Classiques Garnier 2019, pp. 19-29.
. Les récits de voyages: source des articles d’encyclopédie au dix-huitième siècle,” in Écriture encyclopédique – systèmes de savoir, dépassements des frontières, limites de la connaissance (17e-21e siècles), Eds. Susanne Greilich and Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink, Garnier, 2020, pp. 129-146. 

John Fante’s ASK THE DUST: A Gathering of Voices, edited by Stephen Cooper and Clorinda Donato, Fordham University Press, Italian American Series, 2020.

Diego Cortés-Velásquez, Clorinda Donato, and Manuel Romero, “Intercomprehension among Spanish Heritage Language Speakers: L2 Processing in Italian and Portuguese,” Rivista di Psicolinguistica Applicata/Journal of Applied Psycholinguistics, 2019, pp,67-89. 

Fanny Hill Now, a special issue of Eighteenth-Century Lifeeds. Clorinda Donato and Nicholas Nace, 43:2 April 2019.
“‘Just an English Whore’? Italian Translations of Fanny Hill and the Transcultural Novel,” in Fanny Hill Now, a special issue of Eighteenth-Century Life, eds. Clorinda Donato and Nicholas Nace, 43:2 April 2019, pp. 137-161.

Clorinda Donato, Cedric Joseph Oliva, Daniela Zappador-Guerra, and Manuel Romero. Juntos: Italian for Speakers of English and Spanish, Hackett Publishing Company, 2020.

Clorinda Donato and Manuel Romero, “‘Todos los progresos que ha hecho el entendimiento humano’: Knowledge, Networking, and the Encyclopedic Turn in Enlightenment Spain,” in The Routledge Companion to the Hispanic Enlightenment, Edited by Elizabeth Lewis, Mónica Bolufer Peruga, and Catherine Jaffe, Routledge, 2019, pp. 271-285.

Elisa Fiorenza and Clorinda Donato, “Analyzing Intercomprehension in the Italian for Speakers of English and Spanish Classroom,” Italica, Winter 2020.

Cedric Joseph Oliva, Clorinda Donato, and Francesca Ricciardelli, “Translation and translanguaging pedagogies in intercomprehension and multilingual teaching. Pédagogies de traduction et de translanguaging dans le contexte de l’intercompréhension et de l’enseignement plurilingue,” Cahiers de l’ILOBTranslanguaging : opportunités et défis dans un monde globalisé, vol. 10, Université de Ottawa, 2019, 157-182. 

Vettore, Enrico. “Approximation to Nirvana: From Intellectual Speculation to Zen Non-Philosophy in Luigi Pirandello’s Uno, nessuno e centomila.” Pirandello Society of America Journal, vol. 29, 2016, pp. 13-29.
. “Lose Your Self: Gianni Celati and the Art of Being One with the World.” Posthumanism in Italian Literature and Film, edited by Enrica Maria Ferrara, Palgrave McMillan, 2020, pp. 233–253.

Linguistics

Abeywardana, S. U., Velasco, S., Hall, N., Dillon, J., & Chun, C. A. (2020). Near-peer mentoring in an undergraduate research training program at a large master’s comprehensive institution. Understanding Interventions, 11(1: The Use and Impact of NIH-fueled Resources for Mentoring—Reports from the Field), 12477.

Nancy Hall, Bianca Godinez, Megan Walsh, Sarah Garcia, Araceli Carmona (2020). Perception of repeated /l/and /n/: Implications for understanding dissimilation. Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America, 2020. pp 446-459.

Klein, Wendy. (Forthcoming). Managing trouble spots in conversation: Other-initiated repair elicitations produced by a bilingual youth with autism. Pragmatics. 

. 2020. Shaping Sikh youth subjectivities in a US Gurdwara: The discursive socialization of religious heritage in Sikh history classes. In Matthew J. Burdelski and Kathryn M. Howard (Eds.), Language Socialization in Classrooms, pp. 49 – 70. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 

Rodríguez-Ordóñez, I. (2020). The acquisition of Differential Object Marking in Basque as a sociolinguistic variable. In Mardale, A., & Montrul, S. (Eds.), The Acquisition of Differential Object Marking, (pp. 105-131). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.  

Rodríguez-Ordóñez, I. (2020). Basque Differential Object Marking as a contact phenomenon: how and why? Journal of Language Contact 13(1):227-270.

Rodríguez-Ordóñez, I. (2019). Changes in the pitch-accent system of Gernika Basque and the role of duration as a correlate of accentual prominence. Fontes Lingua Vasconum 127(1):123-151. 

Rodríguez-Ordóñez, I. (2020). New speakers, new diversity: a Basque-Spanish contact approach. In Grenoble, L., Lane, P., & Røyneland, Unn (Eds.), Linguistic Minorities in Europe. Berlin: Gruyter. Accessible Online.  

Rodríguez-Ordóñez, I. (2019). The role of linguistic ideologies in language contact situations. Language and Linguistics Compass 13(10): e12351. 

Rodríguez-Ordóñez, I. (to appear). Stylistic variation and the role of dialect contact in the leísmo of Basque-Spanish. Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics

Kasstan, J., & Rodríguez-Ordóñez, I. (to appear). New speakers and their heritage languages. In Y. Asahi, A. D’Arcy & P. Kerswill (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Variationist Sociolinguistics. London: Routledge. 

 Sharifi, A., & Barwari, Z. (2020). The Oral Tradition of Dengbêjî: A Kurdish Genre of Verbal Art and Reported Speech. Kurdish Art and Identity, 136.

Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
  
Gasior, Bonnie. “Década de 1930: La autobiografía y el <<raro perfil psicológico>> de <<el mejor poeta de su tiempo>>.” La recepción literaria de Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: un siglo de apreciaciones críticas (1910-2010). Biblioteca Batioja: Instituto de Ideas Auriseculares (IDEA), (Forthcoming, Spring 2021).

. “Enrique Iglesias, Madonna and…¿San Juan de la Cruz? Teaching Mystic Poetry Through Pop Music.” In Reconsidering Early Modern Spanish Literature Through Mass and Pop Culture. Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, (Forthcoming, Spring 2021).

. “Lope’s Los guanches de Tenerife y conquista de Gran Canaria: An Ecocritical Reading.” Decentering the Anthropocene: Spanish Ecocritical Texts and the Non-Human, Edited by Maryanne Leone and Shanna Lino, (Forthcoming, 2021).

. “Women’s Mental Health Advocacy in Lars and the Real Girl and the Don QuixoteConnection.” Reinventing Don Quixote in Cultural Production. Laberinto Journal, Special Issue on “Reinventing Don Quixote in Cultural Production,” vol. 21, 2019, pp. 103-116. 

Badia, Mindy and Bonnie Gasior, eds. Reconsidering Early Modern Spanish Literature through Mass and Pop Culture: Contemporizing the Classics in the Classroom. Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, (Forthcoming, Spring 2021).

Gamboa, Yolanda and Bonnie Gasior. “From Houses to Humilladeros: Violence, Fear and Zayas’s Female Monster-Victims.” Peculiar Lives in Early Modern Spain: Essays Celebrating Amy Williamsen, University Press of the South, 2020, pp. 239-252. 

Gasior, Bonnie and Anahit Manoukian. “La locura como crítica social: reexaminando el cuento del loco de Sevilla (Don Quijote II.1).” Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America vol. 39, no. 1, 2019, pp. 219-232.

Kelleher, Marie. “The Family Business: Royal Embargo and the Shippers, Captains, and Smugglers of Barcelona’s Marquet Family.” In Merchants, Pirates, and Smugglers: Criminalization, Economics, and the Transformation of the Maritime World (1200-1600), edited by Thomas Heebøll-Holm, Philipp Höhn, and Gregor Rohmann, 57-74. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 2019.

Kermode, Lloyd Edward, ed. Christopher Marlowe. The Jew of Malta Norton Critical Edition (W. W. Norton, 2021).

Van Elk, Martine. “‘Blessed art thou reader if you are not of that sex’: Public Femininity in the Seventeenth Century.” Michaelina Wautiers, 1604–1689: Glorifying a Forgotten Talent.Ed. Katlijne van der Stighelen. Schoten: BAI, 2018. 120–33.

. “Female Glass Engravers in the Early Modern Dutch Republic.” Renaissance Quarterly 73.1 (Spring 2020): 165–211. 

. “‘Famed as far as one finds books’: Women Publishers in the Dutch Republic and England.” Women’s Labour and the History of the Book in Early Modern England. Ed. by Valerie Wayne. London: Bloomsbury/Arden, 2020. 115–42.

. “Women Writers and the Dutch Stage: Public Femininity in the Plays of Verwers and Questiers.” Women and Gender in the Early Modern Low Countries, 1500–1750. Ed. Amanda Pipkin and Sarah Joan Moran. Leiden: Brill, 2019, pp. 167–91.

Psychology

The asterisks denote a mentored CSULB student.

Ahrens, C., Dahlgren, S., & Howard, R. (2020). Rape kit notification: Recommendations and barriers to reconnecting with survivors.  Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 21 (4), 419-436. 

 Ahrens, C., Hart, A., & Dworkin, E. (in press). Social reactions received by survivors of intimate partner violence: A qualitative validation of key constructs from the Social Reactions Questionnaire. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 

 Dardis, T., Ahrens, C., Howard, R., & Mechanic, M. (in press). Experiences and impact of stalking among a diverse sample of intimate partner violence survivors. Violence Against Women. 

Amirkhan (2020). Stress overload in the spread of coronavirus. Anxiety, Stress and Coping. https://doi.org/10.1080/10615806.2020.1824271.

Amirkhan, Bowers*, & Logan* (2019). Applying stress theory to higher education: Lessons from a freshman study.  Studies in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2019.1601692.

Amirkhan & Velasco* (2019). Stress overload and the new nightmare for Dreamers. American Journal of College Health. https://doi.org/10.1080/07448481.2019.1652182.

Collins, C., Kohfeldt, D., & Kornbluh, M. (2019). Psychological and political liberation: Strategies to promote power, wellness, and liberation among anti-racist activists. Journal of Community Psychology, 1-18, doi:10.1002/jcop.22259.

Dutt, A. & Kohfeldt, D. (2019). Assessing the relationship between neoliberal ideology and reactions to Central American asylum seekers in the United States. Journal of Social Issues, 75(1), 134-152, doi: 10.1111/josi.12312

Kornbluh, M., Collins, C., & Kohfeldt, D. (2019). Navigating activism within the academy: Consciousness building and social justice identity formation. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 1-13, doi: 10.1002/casp.2434.

Bennet, A., Kuchirko, Y., Halim, M. D., Costanzo, P. R., & Ruble, D. N. (2020, Online first). The influence of center-based care on young children’s gender development. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 69, 101157. doi: 10.1016/j.appdev.2020.101157.

Gutierrez, B. C.*, Halim, M. D., & Leaper, C. (in press). Variations in recalled familial messages about gender in relation to emerging adults’ gender, ethnic background, and gender attitudes. Journal of Family Studies. doi: 10.1080/13229400.2019.1685562.

Gutierrez, B. C.*, Halim, M. D., Ng, Fei-Yin, F., Kwak, K., Ortiz-Cubias, S.*, Cheng, G. Y., & Sze, I. (2020). Gendered appearances among young children and in the media: An East-West cultural comparison. Sex Roles, 82, 306-320doi: 10.1007/s11199-019-01059-3

Gutierrez, B. C.*, Halim, M. D., Martinez, M. A.*, & Arredondo, M.* (2019, Online first). The heroes and the helpless: The development of benevolent sexism in children. Sex Roles. doi: 10.1007/s11199-019-01074-4.

Majeno, A.*, Urizar, G., Halim, M. D., Nguyen, S. T., & Gonzalez, A. (2020, Online first). Examining the role of ethnic microaggressions and ethnicity on cortisol responses to an acute stressor among young adults. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. doi: 10.1037/cdp0000401

Warren, C. R., Zanhour, M., Washburn, M., & Odom, B. (2020). Helping or hurting? Effects of sexism and likeability on third party perceptions of women. Social Behavior and Personality, V 48. http://doi.org/10.224/sbp.9315.

Whitney, D. J., Warren, C. R., Smith, J., Arenales, M., Meyers, S., Devaney, M., & Christian, L. (in press). Work expectations of adults with developmental disabilities. ALTER – European Journal of Disability Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.alter.2020.06.010https://doi.org/10.1016/j.alter.2020.06.010.

Sociology

Alimahomed-Wilson, Sabrina. 2020. “The Matrix of Gendered Islamophobia: Muslim Women’s Repression and Resistance.” Gender & Society, 34.
. 2019. “When the FBI Knocks: Racialized State Surveillance of Muslims.” Critical Sociology, 45(6): 871-887.

Andrassy, Kalman. 2000. Guide to Research and Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences.  Kendall Hunt Publishing.

Barnes, Nielan. (2019) “Within the asylum‐advocacy nexus: An analysis of Mexican transgender asylum seekers in the United States.” Sexuality, Gender and Policy 2019 2:5-25.

Eriksen, Shelley, Sheetal Chib, Yanet Cortez, Pamela Rayburn, Leah Aldridge and Jackson Katz.  (Forthcoming, 2020). The Best of Times, the Worst of Times:  ‘Best Practices’ for Survivor Support and Gender Violence Prevention Education on College Campuses,” in Women & Therapy, Special Issue: Resistance & Recovery in the #Metoo Era

Haldipur, Jan. (2019). No Place on the Corner: The Costs of Aggressive Policing. New York: NYU Press.

Haldipur, Jan. (2019). “Stop-and-frisk policing.” The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies. Anthony Orum (Ed.). Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Stoudt, Brett G., Maria Elena Torre, Paul Bartley, Evan Bissell, Fawn Bracy, Hillary Caldwell, Lauren Dewey, Anthony Downs, Cory Greene, Jan Haldipur, Scott Lizama, Prakriti Hassan, Einat Manoff, Nadine Sheppard and Jacqueline Yates. (2019). “Researching at the Community- University Borderlands: Using Public Science to Study Policing in the South Bronx.” Education Policy Analysis Archives, 27(56), 1-48.

López, Claudia Maria. 2019. “Contesting Double-Displacement: Internally Displaced Campesinos and the Social Production of Urban Territory in Medellín, Colombia.” Geographica Helvetica 74 (3): 249–259.
. “The Urban Exclusion of Internally Displaced Peasants in Medellín, Colombia,” in Precarity and Belonging: Labor, Migration, and Noncitizenship, Eds. S. M. Falcón, S. McKay, J. Poblete, C. S. Ramírez, and F. A. Schaeffer. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. Forthcoming, Spring 2021. 

Miller, Shaeleya. 2019. “Racial Exclusion and Queer Identity” in Identities in Everyday Life. Jan Stets and Richard Serpe, Eds. New York: Oxford University Press.

Foster, Holly & Chantrey J. Murphy. In Press. “An Integrated Life Course Perspective on the Correlates and Influences of Maternal Efficacy among Imprisoned Latina, African American and White Women.” In Violando la Ley: Latinas in the Justice System. Edited by Lisa Pasko and Vera Lopez. New York: NYU Press. 

Hagan, John, Holly Foster, & Chantrey J. Murphy. 2020. “A Tale Half Told: State Exclusionary and Inclusionary Regimes, Incarceration of Fathers, and the Educational Attainment of Children.” Social Science Research 88-89: 1-19. Sell, Jane, Katie Constantin, & Chantrey J. Murphy. Forthcoming. “Reputation, Forgiveness, and Solving Problems of Cooperation.” In Advances in Group Processes, Vol 37. Edited by Shane R. Thye and Edward J. Lawler. Emerald Insight. 

Roberto J. Ortiz, “Financialization, Climate Change, and the Future of the Capitalist World-Ecology: On Kim Stanley Robinson’s New York 2140,” Soundings 103, no. 2 (2020), 264–285.

. “Oil-Fueled Accumulation in Late Capitalism: Energy, Uneven Development and Climate Crisis,” Critical Historical Studies 7, no. 2 (forthcoming Fall 2020). 

Osuna, S (2019) “The Psycho Realm Blues: The Violence of Policing, Disordering Practices, and Rap Criticism in Los Angeles,” Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures, 4(1).

Osuna, S (2020) “Transnational Moral Panic: Neoliberalism and the Spectre of MS-13,” Race & Class, 61(4).

Patraporn, R. Varisa. 2019. “Serving the People in Long Beach, California: Advancing Justice for Southeast Asian Youth through Community University Partnerships.” AAPI Nexus Journal: Policy, Practice and Community 16 (No. 1&2): 1-34.

Lee, C. Aujean and Patraporn, R. Varisa. 2019. “Let’s Get Along: Strengthening Academic-Nonprofit Partnerships in Research” AAPI Nexus Journal: Policy, Practice and Community 16 (No. 1&2): 85-110.

Syeed, E. (2019). “It Just Doesn’t Add Up”: Disrupting Official Arguments for Urban School Closures with Counterframes. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 27 (110). https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.27.4240.

Syeed, E. (2019). An Open and Shut Case: Comparing Outcomes of School Closures in Washington, D.C. In Ebony Duncan-Shippy (Ed.), Shuttered Schools: Race, Community, and School Closures in American Cities. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.

Syeed, E. (2020). Wearing Many Hats: Students of Color and the Grounded Aesthetics of Graduation. Journal of Diversity in Higher Educationhttps://doi.org/10.1037/dhe0000178.

Syeed, E., Kumar, M. M., Lowe, N., Moran, D., & Rucobo, K. (2020). Getting Uncomfortable with Difficult Knowledge: A Reflexive Account of a Community-Based Research Project. Collaborations: A Journal of Community-based Research and Practice, 3(1), 3. http://doi.org/10.33596/coll.44.

Noguera, P. & Syeed, E. (2020). City Schools and the American Dream 2: The Enduring Promise of Public Education. New York: Teachers College Press. 

Wang, Oliver. “Live at the China Royal: A Funky Ode to Fall River’s Chow Mein Sandwich.” In American Chinese Restaurants, pp. 105-120. Routledge, 2019.

Alimahomed-Wilson, Jake and Ellen Reese. 2020. “Amazon Capitalism: How COVID-19 and Racism Made the World’s Most Powerful Corporation.” Pluto Press.

. 2020The Cost of Free Shipping: Amazon in the Global Economy. London: Pluto Press.

. Forthcoming. “The E-Logistics Revolution: E-Commerce, Labor, and the Retransformation of the Southern California Supply Chain.” Travail et Emploi [French language].

. 2020. “It’s a Prime Day for Resistance to Amazon’s Ruthless Exploitation of Its Workers,” October 13. Jacobin Magazine.

Alimahomed-Wilson, Jake. 2020. “Racialized Masculinities and Global Logistics Labor.” Into the Black Box: Research on Logistics, Spaces, & Labour, (4)7.

. 2019. “Unfree Shipping: The Racialisation of Logistics Labour.” Work Organization, Labour, & Globalisation, 13(1): 96-13. (WOLG Special Issue: Logistical Gazes – Spaces, Labour, & Struggles in Global Capitalism).

. “The World is a Warehouse: Racialised Labour Regimes and the Rise of Amazon’s Global Logistics Empire.” Labour Regimes and Global Production, edited by Neil Martin Coe, Elena Baglioni, Liam Campling, and Adrian Smith. Agenda Publishing.

Woodward, Kerry. 2019. “Race, Gender, and Poverty Governance: The Case of the U.S. Child Welfare System.” Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State, and Society.

Spanish

Acevedo Rivera, Jeannette“Entre botas, manteletas y vestidos: Los objetos de moda como significantes de la clase social en la novela Tormento, de Benito Pérez Galdós.”Decimonónica, vol. 16 no. 2, 2019, pp. 1-16.   

“Of Frivolous Female Collectors and Manipulative Male Contributors: The Depiction of the Nineteenth-Century Album in Essays on Social Customs.” Nineteenth Century Studies, vol. 29, 2019, pp. 17-36.  

Gasior, Bonnie. “Década de 1930: La autobiografía y el <<raro perfil psicológico>> de <<el mejor poeta de su tiempo>>.” La recepción literaria de Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: un siglo de apreciaciones críticas (1910-2010). Biblioteca Batioja: Instituto de Ideas Auriseculares (IDEA), (Forthcoming, Spring 2021).

. “Enrique Iglesias, Madonna and…¿San Juan de la Cruz? Teaching Mystic Poetry Through Pop Music.” In Reconsidering Early Modern Spanish Literature Through Mass and Pop Culture. Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, (Forthcoming, Spring 2021).

. “Lope’s Los guanches de Tenerife y conquista de Gran Canaria: An Ecocritical Reading.” Decentering the Anthropocene: Spanish Ecocritical Texts and the Non-Human, Edited by Maryanne Leone and Shanna Lino, (Forthcoming, 2021).

. “Women’s Mental Health Advocacy in Lars and the Real Girl and the Don QuixoteConnection.” Reinventing Don Quixote in Cultural Production. Laberinto Journal, Special Issue on “Reinventing Don Quixote in Cultural Production,” vol. 21, 2019, pp. 103-116. 

Badia, Mindy and Bonnie Gasior, eds. Reconsidering Early Modern Spanish Literature through Mass and Pop Culture: Contemporizing the Classics in the Classroom. Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, (Forthcoming, Spring 2021).

Gamboa, Yolanda and Bonnie Gasior. “From Houses to Humilladeros: Violence, Fear and Zayas’s Female Monster-Victims.” Peculiar Lives in Early Modern Spain: Essays Celebrating Amy Williamsen, University Press of the South, 2020, pp. 239-252. 

Gasior, Bonnie and Anahit Manoukian. “La locura como crítica social: reexaminando el cuento del loco de Sevilla (Don Quijote II.1).” Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America vol. 39, no. 1, 2019, pp. 219-232.

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