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.


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.)

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.


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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