Faculty Publications – February 2021February 12, 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
- Asian and Asian American Studies
- American Indian Studies
- Comparative World Literature
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.
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.
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.