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Dr. Sophea Seng awarded Early Career Research Fellowship

Dr. Sophea Seng was awarded an Early Career Research Fellowship from the American Council of Learned Society for her project, Tolerable Others: Buddhism and the Cambodian Diaspora in Italy. She was nominated by the Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhist Studies and will be on leave August 2022 – May 2023 to work […]

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies – May 2022

One entry from the Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. The article examines the BBC One/HBO series Gentleman Jack (2019‐present). It analyzes the impact of Anne Lister’s (1791-1840) life and complex identity on queer histories and cultures. The article also maps the substance of the series, the circumstances of its coming into being and the fan […]

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Linguistics – May 2022

Five entries from the Department of Linguistics. Entries include studies of Kurdish as a heritage language and of Basque, Spanish, and Tex-Mex. Rodríguez-Ordóñez, Itxaso (in press). The role of frequency in the acquisition of structured variation: the case of Basque ergativity. International Journal of Bilingualism.   Rodríguez-Ordóñez, Itxaso (in press). Variationist typology: assessing convergence between Basque and Spanish subject pronoun […]

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Human Development – May 2022

Twelve entries from the Department of Human Development. Entries include studies on gender violence prevention, on issues of age, family, and literacy in China, on data collection methods, and on intersectional awareness in counseling. Eriksen, Shelley J. and Jackson Katz, “Credit where it is due:  Gender violence prevention education as a leadership issue,” in S. […]

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Environmental Science & Policy – May 2022

Four entries from the Environmental Science & Policy Program. Entries include environmental studies of the Savanna and of California Laris, Paul. On the problems and promises of savanna fire regime change. Nat Commun 12, 4891 (2021). Laris, Paul, Yang, L., Dembele, F. et al. Fire and water: the role of grass competition on juvenile tree growth and survival rates […]

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Economics – May 2022

Six entries from the Department of Economics. Entries include studies of the function of retailers and of financial and economic issues of China. Yutian Chen, Hui Xiong and Ying-Ju Chen, Should Traditional Retailers Function as Pre-warehouses of Online Retailers? International Journal of Production Research, 59, 2021. Chiang, Tsun-Feng, Jack Hou and Pi-Han Tsai, 2022. “Fiscal […]

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Communication Studies – May 2022

Twenty-three entries from the Department of Communication Studies. Entries include studies of classroom strategies, of the American rights of religious freedom and equal protection, of persuasion research, and of positive communication in leadership. Bolkan, San (2022). Strategic, applied negotiation. Little Bull. Bolkan, San, Goodboy, A. K., Shin, M., & Chiasson, R. (in press). Teacher antagonism: Reducing students’ […]


In light of the recent protests and statements in support of Black Lives Matter and other anti-racist organizing efforts, the College of Liberal Arts is highlighting how its courses incorporate issues related to Black Lives Matter. We will highlight one course each month. You can view all of our courses here: See the description […]

Dr. Madeleine Liseblad (Journalism and Public Relations) Receives Fulbright Specialist Award to Romania at Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca

The U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board have announced that Madeleine Liseblad of Journalism and Public Relations has received a Fulbright Specialist Program award. Dr. Liseblad will complete a project at Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca in Romania where she will exchange knowledge and establish partnerships benefiting participants, institutions, and communities both […]