FACULTY PUBLICATIONS – March 2020September 2, 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 – March 2020
- German Studies
- Human Development
Blankenship, Robert. “Christa Wolf’s Richard Neutra: Architecture, Psychoanalysis, and Southern California in Stadt der Engel oder The Overcoat of Dr. Freud,” in: Willi Goetschel, ed., The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory, volume 95, issue 1, January 2020, 55-64.
High, Jeffrey L. “Heinrich von Kleist’s Essay: How to find the certain Path to Happiness, and—even amid Life’s greatest Tribulations—enjoy the Journey undeterred: Introduction and English Translation,” in: Günter Blamberger, ed., Jahrbuch der Kleist-Gesellschaft (Stuttgart: Metzler, 2018) 253-269.
—. “From Hypotext to Hypertext and (Hyper-)Space Opera: Schiller’s Don Karlos, Verdi’s Don Carlo, and George Lucas’ Star Wars, in: Willi Goetschel, ed., The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory, volume 95, issue 1, January 2020, 5-20.
—. “Revolutionary Virtue: Schiller and Freedom from Religion,” in: Laura Anna Macor and Valerio Rocco Lozano, eds., Schiller y la Revolución, Special Issue of Philosophical Readings, Valerio Rocco and Laura Anna Macor, eds. (Padua: 2017) 76-86.
Jeffrey L. High and Lisa Beesley,“Sophie Mereaus und Clemens Brentanos Übersetzungen von Maria de Zayas. ‘Spanische Novellen’ und die Prosawerke Heinrich von Kleists,” in: Günter Blamberger, ed., Jahrbuch der Kleist-Gesellschaft (Stuttgart: Metzler, 2020, in press).
Jeffrey L. High and Elena Pnevmonidou and Friederike von Schwerin-High, “Strategies for Teaching Eighteenth-Century German Texts in the Context of Program Building,” Melissa Etzler and Gabi Eichmanns, eds., Outreach Strategies and Innovative Teaching for Small German Programs (Abingdon: Routledge Press, 2020, in press)
Jeffrey L. High and Rebecca Stewart, “Friedrich Schiller, Die Jungfrau von Orleans,” in: The Literary Encyclopedia and Literary Dictionary. Ed. Robert Clark, Emory Elliott and Janet Todd. The Literary Dictionary Company Limited. <http://www.LiteraryEncyclopedia.com> (2018) 1-7.
Maughan, Curtis. “Who owns Hamlet? Gerhart Hauptmann’s Reconstruction of the Danish Prince” in Shakespeare as German Author: Reception, Translation Theory, and Cultural Transfer, John A McCarthy, ed. (Leiden: Brill, 2018), 175-194.
Curtis Maughan and Federico Alvarez Igarzábal and Michael S. Debus, eds., Violence, Perception, Video Games: The Young Academics Workshop at the Clash of Realities: New Directions in Game Research, 2017-2018 (transcript, November 2019). ISBN: 978-3-8376-5051-8.
Curtis Maughan and Gundolf S. Freyermuth, Björn Bartholdy, and Rüdiger Brandis, “The Thematic and Aesthetic Representations of Agriculture in Digital Games,” Research Paper for Bayer CropScience, Leverkusen 2018.
El Ouardani, Christine N. 2018. Corporal Discipline Reform in a Rural Moroccan Classroom. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 92: 129-145.
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.
—. 2020. Migranthood: Youth in a New Era of Deportation. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press.
—. 2019. Acts of Removal. In Il/legal Encounters: Migration, Detention, and Deportation in the Lives of Young People. Edited by D. Boehm and S. Terrio. New York: New York University Press.
—. 2019. Borders. The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Wiley-Blackwell.
—. 2019. Debt-driven Migration among indigenous youth in Guatemala. Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology.
—. 2018. Care in Contexts of Child Detention; Hot Spots. Cultural Anthropology.
—. Heidbrink, L. 2018. Circulation of care among unaccompanied migrant youth from Guatemala. Children and Youth Services Review 92: 30-38.
—. 2018. Radicalizing Tensions Between Fascism and Solidarity in Italy. Youth Circulations.
Heidbrink, L. and M. Statz. 2019. The Blame Game: Criminalizing migrant parents. Youth Circulations.
Statz, M. and L. Heidbrink. 2019. A Better “Best Interests”: Immigration Policy in a Comparative Context. Law and Policy. DOI: 10.1111/lapo.12135.
Duncan, W.; Heidbrink, L. and K. Yarris. 2018. Im/migration in the Era of Trump; Hot Spots. Cultural Anthropology.
Statz, M. and L. Heidbrink. 2018. Migration as Clickbait. Anthropology News. DOI: 10.1111/AN.760.
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. DOI: 10.1080/10409289.2019.1651190 ^shared first authorship
Bailey, A.L., Moughamian, A., Kelly, K. R., McCabe, A., & Huang, B. (2018). Leapfrog to literacy: Maternal narrative input differentially supports oral language and later reading outcomes. Early Childhood Development and Care, DOI: 10.1080/03004430.2018.1521807.
Kelly, K. R. (2018). Maternal autonomy support and dyadic verbal synchrony during narrative co-construction: Links with child attachment representations and independent narrative competence. Infant and Child Development, 27(3), e2074 DOI: 10.1002/icd.2074
Song, Y., Kim, A. Y., Martin-Hansen, L., & Bernal, E. (accepted). Changing lanes or exiting? STEM experiences of Latinx and Asian American college students.
Kim, A. Y., & Thacker, I. (2019). A good sine? Seeking math help using crowdsourced online discussion boards. E-Learning & Digital Media, https://doi.org/10.1177/2042753019874142
Aguilar, S. J., & Kim, A. Y. (2019). Hispanic Students’ Sense of Control in Relation to Post-Secondary Enrollment Outcomes. Social Sciences, 8(2), 67.
Kim, A. Y., Sinatra, G. M., & Seyranian, V. (2018). Developing a STEM identity among young women: a social identity perspective. Review of Educational Research, 88(4), 589-625.
Kim, A. Y., & Sinatra, G. M. (2018). Science identity development: An interactionist approach. Introduction to a special issue in International Journal of STEM Education, 5(1), 51.
Shih, K. Y. (2020). Invited book review of The making of a teenage service class: Poverty and mobility in an American city, by R. Ray. Journal of Family Theory & Review.
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. doi: 10.1111/jftr.12342
Ahland, Colleen. forthcoming. Northern Gumuz. In Bedilu Wakjira, Ronny Meyer, and Zelealem Leyew (eds.), Handbook of Ethiopian Languages. Oxford University Press.
Ahland, Colleen and Bettina Mütze. forthcoming. Mursi. In Bedilu Wakjira, Ronny Meyer, and Zelealem Leyew (eds.), Handbook of Ethiopian languages. Oxford University Press.
Dimmendaal, Gerritt; Colleen Ahland, Angelika Jakobi, and Constanze Kutsch Lojenga. 2019. Linguistic features and typologies in languages commonly referred to as ‘Nilo-Saharan’. In Wolff, Ekkehard (ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of African Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Ahland, Michael. forthcoming. Northern Mao. In Oxford Handbook of Ethiopian Languages, Bedilu Wakjira, Ronny Meyer, and Zelealem Leyew (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
—. 2019. The development of subject case marking in Omotic-Mao. Studies in African Linguistics 48.2.
—. 2018. Review of A Grammar of Hamar: A South Omotic language of Ethiopia by Sara Petrollino. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 39(1):107-110. DOI:10.1515/jall-2018-0004.
Marean, Lindsay, Michael Ahland, Bethany Lycan, Sergio Sandoval Sanchez, and Nicholas Sinetos. forthcoming. [co-authored]. Tübatulabal: Two texts. In Texts in the Indigenous Languages of the Americas [supplement of the International Journal of American Linguistics], Gabriela Garcia Salido and Tim Thornes (eds.). University of Chicago Press.
Galasso, Joseph. Recursive Syntax: A Minimalist Perspective on Recursion as the Core Property of Human Language, and its Role in the Generative Grammar Enterprise’. LINCOM Studies in Theoretical Linguistics, 61. (2019).
Nancy Hall (2019). Incomplete neutralization: What Arabic can bring to the debate. In Amel Khalfaoui & Youssef Haddad, eds, Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics XXXI. John Benjamins.
Nancy Hall (2018). Articulatory Phonology [chapter]. In Anna Bosch & S. J. Hannah, eds, Routledge Handbook of Phonological Theory, ed. Anna Bosch and S. J. Hannahs. pp 530-552. (preprint)
Nancy Hall, Bianca Godinez, Megan Walsh, Irene Orellana & Coleen Villegas (2019). Evidence for perceptual hypercorrection in American r-dissimilation: A pilot study. Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America, [S.l.], v. 4, p. 52:1-12.
Nancy Hall, Andie Niederecker, Elica Sue & Irene Orellana (2019). Annotating Archival Recordings of Hocank (Winnebago). In Katherine Hout, Anna Mai, Adam McCollum, Sharon Rose, Matthew Zaslansky (eds). Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Meeting on Phonology.
Hatami, S. (2018). Does perceptual learning style matching affect L2 incidental vocabulary acquisition through reading? Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 21(2), 102-125. [PDF]
Sharifi, Amir and Barwari Zuzan (2020). The Oral Tradition of Dengbêjî, a Kurdish Genre of Verbal Art and Reported Speech. In Korangy, Alireza. (Ed). Essays on Kurdish Narratology and Folklore: Oral Tradition, History, and Nationalism. Walter de Gruyter GmbH.
Jake Alimahomed-Wilson. 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).
—. Forthcoming. “The E-Logistics Revolution: E-Commerce, Labor, and the Retransformation of the Southern California Supply Chain,” (in French), Travail et Emploi.
Alimahomed-Wilson, Jake, Katy Fox-Hodess, and Kim Moody (interview by Chris Browne). 2018. “Seizing the Chokepoints.” Jacobin Magazine.
Alimahomed-Wilson, Jake and Immanuel Ness. 2018. Choke Points: Logistics Workers Disrupting the Global Supply Chain. London: Pluto Press.
Alimahomed-Wilson, Jake and Spencer Louis Potiker. 2018. “Decolonising Logistics: Palestinian Truckers on the Occupied Supply Chain.” Choke Points: Logistic Workers Disrupting the Global Supply Chain. London: Pluto Press.
Alimahomed-Wilson, Jake and Ellen Reese. Forthcoming. The Cost of Free Shipping: Amazon in the Global Economy. London: Pluto Press.
Bonacich, Edna, Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson, and Jake Alimahomed-Wilson. Forthcoming. “The Racialization of Global Labor.” (Reprint) In Race and Ethnicity in the U.S.: The Sociological Mindful Approach, edited by Jacqueline Brooks, Heidy Sarabia, and Aya Ida. San Diego: Cognella Academic Publishing.
Alimahomed-Wilson, Sabrina. 2019. “When the FBI Knocks: Racialized State Surveillance of Muslims.” Critical Sociology,45(6): 871-887.
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.
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.
Haldipur, Jan. (2018). Parenting the dispossessed: Raising the children of “Stop, Question, and Frisk.” Race and Justice, 8(1), 71-93.
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.
Nou, Leakhena (Forthcoming, 2020). Ongoing impacts of Khmer Rouge violence and traumatic stress among Cambodian survivors and perpetrators. (Shaping Justice: The Influence of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal on Expectations of Justice in Cambodia, by Alexandra Kent and Robin Biddulph [eds.], Gothenburg University, Sweden)
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.
Miller, Shaeleya. 2019. “Racial Exclusion and Queer Identity” in Identities in Everyday Life. Jan Stets and Richard Serpe, Eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
Osuna, Steven. (2020). “The Transnational Moral Panic: Neoliberalism and the Spectre of MS13.” Race & Class. Published Online Now. Print version forthcoming.
—. (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).
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. (In press). Wearing Many Hats: Exploring the Grounded Aesthetics of Students of Color. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education.
—. (2019). “It Just Doesn’t Add Up”: Disrupting Official Arguments for Urban School Closures with Counterframes. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 27 (110).
—. (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.
—. (2018). Conflicts Between Covers: Confronting Official Curriculum In Indian Textbooks. Curriculum Inquiry, 48(5), 540-559.
—. (2018). There Goes the PTA: Building Parent Identity, Relationships, and Power in Gentrifying Schools. Equity & Excellence in Education, 51(3-4), 284-300.
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. DOI: http://doi.org/10.33596/coll.44
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. Published online now. Print version is forthcoming.
Randles, Jennifer and Kerry Woodward. 2018. “Learning to Labor, Love, and Live: Shaping the Good Neoliberal Citizen in State Work and Marriage Programs.” Sociological Perspectives 61 (1): 39-56.