Recent Faculty Publications


  • Alma Gottlieb, Anthropology

    “Anthropological Writing,” in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, ed. James D. Wright, 2nd edition, Vol. 1 (Oxford: Elsevier, April 2015), pp. 740–45.

    “Detaching from Attachment Theory: Perspectives from the West African Rain Forest,” in The Different Faces of Attachment, org. Heidi Keller and Hiltrud Otto (Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 187-214.

    “First Acts of Small Violence: Reflections on Breastfeeding and Enemas in West Africa,” in Childhood, Youth and Violence in Global Contexts: Research and Practice in Dialogue, ed. Karen Wells, Erica Burman, Heather Montgomery, and Alison Watson (New York/Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan/St. Martin’s Press, 2014), pp. 115-35.

  • Andrew Arana, Philosophy
    “On the depth of Szemerédi’s Theorem.” Philosophia Mathematica 23:2 (2015), pp. 163–176.

    “Plane and solid geometry: a note on purity of methods” (with Paolo Mancosu). In From Logic to Practice : Italian Studies in the Philosophy of Mathematics, edited by Gabriele Lolli, Marco Panza, and Giorgio Venturi, Springer (2015), pp. 23–31.

    “Purity in arithmetic: some formal and informal issues.” In Formalism and Beyond. On the Nature of Mathematical Discourse, edited by Godehard Link, De Gruyter (2014), pp. 315–336.

  • Ikuko Asaka, History 
    “‘Colored Men of the East’: African Americans and the Instability of Race in US-Japan Relations.” American Quarterly 66, no. 4 (December 2014): 971-997.

  • Antonios Augoustakis, Classics
    “Greek Myth, Roman History, and the Affirmation of Patriarchy in Le Gladiatrici” in CINEMYTHOS: Classical Mythology on Film and Television (M. Cyrino and M. Safran, eds), Palgrave 2015: 63-71.

    “Plautinisches im Silius? Two Episodes from Silius Italicus’ Punica” in Plautine Trends: Studies in Plautine Comedy and its Reception (I. Perysinakis and E. Karakasis, eds), Berlin 2014: 257-74.

    “Valerius Flaccus in Silius Italicus” in Brill Companion to Valerius Flaccus (M. Heerink and G. Manuwald, eds), Leiden 2014: 340-58.

  • Alistair Black, Graduate School of Library & Information Science
    “Mr Hutchings goes to Washington: British librarians in the United States, 1876-1951.” Proceedings of the Library History Special Interest Group Session, IFLA, Lyon, August 2014. Available at:

    “The design of Hampstead Public Library, 1964.” Camden History Review, Vol. 38 (2014), pp. 10-14.

  • Merle L. Bowen, African American Studies
    ---, and Ayesha S. Tillman, “Developing Culturally Responsive Surveys: Lessons in Development, Implementation, and Analysis from Brazil’s African Descent Communities,” American Journal of Evaluation, Volume 36, Number 1 (March 2015): 25-41.

  • Donna A. Buchanan, Music
    ---, ed.  Soundscapes from the Americas: Ethnomusicological Essays on the Power, Poetics, and Ontology of Performance. London: Ashgate, 2014. 

    “Doing Ethnomusicology ‘Texas-Style’: A Musical (Re)Turn to Performance.” In Soundscapes from the Americas: Ethnomusicological Essays on the Power, Poetics, and Ontology of Performance, ed. Donna A. Buchanan, 1–21. London: Ashgate, 2014.

  • Zong-qi Cai, East Asian Languages and Cultures
    Eds. ---, Yuan Xingpei. Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture. Duke University Press, 2014.  

    “The Richness of Ambiguity: A Mencian Statement and Interpretive Theory and Practice in Pre-modern China,” Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture 1.1-2 (2014): 263-289.

    Ed. Lingnan Journal of Chinese Studies 嶺南學報. 2015.

  • Jimena Canales, History
    The Physicist and the Philosopher: Einstein, Bergson and the Debate that Changed Our Understanding of Time (Princeton University Press: Princeton, 2015; hardcover, kindle, audio).

    “Living Color: Jimena Canales on the Art of Eliot Porter,” ArtForum, vol. 54, no. 1 (Fall 2014): 334-341.

    “Einstein’s Discourse Networks,” Zeitschrift für Medien und Kulturforschung 5 (May 2014), pp. 11-39.

  • Tamara Chaplin, History
    “Lesbians Online: Queer Identity and Community Formation on the French Minitel,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 23:3 (September 2014): 451-472.

  • Amanda Ciafone, Media and Cinema Studies

    “The Magical Neoliberalism of Network Films,” International Journal of Communications 8(2014), 2273–2297.

  • Kenneth M. Cuno, History

    Modernizing Marriage: Family, Ideology, and Law in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Egypt. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2015.


  • Tyler Denmead,  Art + Design
    For the lust of not knowing: Lessons from artists for educational ethnography. In L. Bresler (Ed). Lessons from the Arts for Research. Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 2016.

    --- and Ruth-Nicole Brown. Ride or die: An instructional resource. Art Education, vol. 67, No. 6, pp. 47-53, 2014.

    Artists against despotic nations? The muddle of creative workforce policy. International Journal of Education Through Art, Special Issue: Creative Industries, vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 327-341, 2013.

  • Jane Desmond,  Anthropology
    Eds. ---, Rajeshwari Pandharipande, and Virginia Dominguez, Comparative American Studies Journal.   Special Two Volume set (Volume 12, Numbers 1 and 2):  The Presence of “America” in India. London, Maney Publishers, June, 2014.

  • Virginia R. Dominguez, Anthropology
    Eds. ---, Jane Desmond, and Rajeshwari Pandharipande, “The Presence of ‘America’ in India.” Volume #12 (a joint issue, #1 and #2) of Comparative American Studies (2014).

    “Approaching ‘America’: Is There an Anthropology of Pro-Americanism and an Anthropology of Anti-Amercanism.” Taiwan Journal of Anthropology, issue #1.

    “The Rich Possibilities of Greed and Excess,” Journal of Economic of Economic Anthropology, issue #1.

  • Paul Duncum, Art + Design
    Engaging public space: Art education pedagogies. In L. Bell & D. Desai (Eds.). Social justice and the arts (pp. 61-76). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis. (2014).

    Revisioning premodern fine art as popular visual culture. Studies in Art  Education, 55(3), 203-213. (2014).

    Prosumers, parasites, and playful pedagogy. In F. Bastos & E. Zimmerman (Eds.). Connecting creativity research and practice in art education (pp. 251-256). Reston, VA: NAEA. (2015).  

  • Cara A. Finnegan, Communication
    Making Photography Matter: A Viewer’s History from the Civil War to the Great Depression. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 2015.

    --- and Marissa Wallace. “Origin Stories and Dreams of Collaboration: Rethinking Histories of the Communication Course and the Relationships Between English and Speech.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 44.5 (2014): 401-426.

  • Christopher Freeburg, English
    “Chasing Slavery’s Ghost,” American Literary History (Spring 2015) 27 (1): 102-113.

    “Baldwin and the Occasion of Love,” Cambridge Companion to James Baldwin (New York:  Cambridge University Press, 2015): 180-193.

  • Samantha Frost, Political Science / Gender and Women’s Studies
    “Reconsidering the Turn to Biology in Feminist Theory” Feminist Theory Vol.15, No.3 (2014): 307-26.


  • Ryan Griffis, Art + Design
    “Tactical Media in the City of Machine Politics,” Support Networks, ed. Abigail Satinsky (Chicago, School of the Art Institute/University of Chicago Press, 2014).

    --- and Sarah Ross, “Between the Bottomlands & the World,” digital video, (Regional Relationships, 2015), screened at: Moreau Galleries, Saint Mary’s College, IN; Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago. 

    “Documentary Excess & Contaminated Fields: A Contextual Review of Shiloh Krupar’s Hot Spotter’s Report,” Media-N Journal, V. 10 N.03, (Fall, 2014). Web.

  • Waïl S. Hassan, English / Comparative & World Literature
    (translator). Lughz al-qaf. Translation from Portuguese into Arabic of O enigma de Qaf, novel by Alberto Mussa. The National Center for Translation, Cairo (Egypt), 2015.

    “Arabic and the Paradigms of Comparison.” ACLA State of the Discipline Report, 2015.

    “Arab-Brazilian Literature: Alberto Mussa’s Mu’allaqah and South-South Dialogue.” In The Middle East and Brazil, edited by Paul Amar. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 2014. 322-35.

  • Marc A. Hertzman, History
    “Beyond Renewal?: Colonialism, the Canon, and the Challenging Spaces between Martí and Chakrabarty” A Contracorriente: A Journal of Social History and Literature in Latin America.Vol. 12, no. 2 (Winter, 2015): 42-73.

    “Super Marta and Our Own Crises.” Blog post about gender and the World Cup (Duke University Press, July, 2014).

  • Laura Hetrick, Art + Design / Education
    “Probing the Depths of the Pedagogical Fantasy: Exploring the (Re)current Fantasy of the Knowledgeable (Art) Teacher,” for International Journal of Arts Education vol. 12, No. 1 (July 2014): pp 1-14.

    --- and Sutters, Justin. “Becoming (time) and/or Being (space) Art Teacher: A Spatio-temporal Look at the Culture of Student Teaching in Art Education,” for Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education vol. 31, No. 1 (August 2014): pp 13-31.

    “The [Art] Teacher as Lacan’s Subject-supposed-to-know,” for Finnish online journal, Synnyt vol. 2, No. 1 (October 2014): pp 33-44.

  • Stephanie Hilger, Germanic Languages and Literatures / Comparative and World Literature
    Gender and Genre: German Women Write the French Revolution. (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2014).

  • John Walter Hill, Music (Emertius)
    Joseph Riepel’s Theory of Metric and Tonal Order, Phrase and Form: A Translation of His Anfangsgründe zur musicalischen Setzkunst, Chapters 1 and 2 (1752/54, 1755) with Commentary. Harmonologia: Studies in Music Theory, 20. Pendragon Press, Hillsdale, NY, 2014. 

  • Valerie J. Hoffman, Religion
    “Mysticism, Rationalism and Puritanism in Modern Omani Ibadism (18th-20th Centuries).” The Muslim World 105, 1 (2015): 251-265.

     “Refuting the Vision of God in Ibadi Theology.” In Ibadi Theology: Rereading Sources and Scholarly Works, edited by Ersilia Francesca, 245-253. Studies in Ibadism and Oman series, edited by Abdulrahman Al-Salimi and Heinz Gaube. Hildesheim, Germany: Georg Olms Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2015.

    “What Role Can Sufism Play in Contemporary Egypt?”  In Sufism and Social Integration: Connecting Hearts, Crossing Boundaries, edited by Mohammad H. Faghfoory and Golam Dastagir, 127-145.  Chicago: Kazi Publications, 2015.

  • Gordon Hutner, English
    ed, Immigrant Voices, Vol. 2,  (New York:  New American Library), 2015 .

  • Jonathan Xavier Inda, Latina/Latino Studies
    Racial Prescriptions: Pharmaceuticals, Difference, and the Politics of Life. Ashgate, Farnham, UK, 2014.


  • Laurie Johnson, Germanic Languages and Literatures
    Ed., special issue of Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies on “The New German Romanticism.” 50.3 (2014).

    “Prairie Tales: The Life of the Lecture at Illinois.” An Illinois Sampler: Teaching and Research on the Prairie. Eds. Mary-Ann Winkelmes and Antoinette Burton, with Kyle Mays. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2014. 49-53. 

     “The Conquest of Dreams.” Main accompanying essay for The Werner Herzog Collection. London: British Film Institute, 2014.

  • Brett Ashley Kaplan, Comparative & World Literature / Jewish Culture and Society
    Jewish Anxiety and the Novels of Philip Roth, New York: Bloomsbury, 2015.

  • Paul Hardin Kapp, Architecture
    --- and Todd Sanders. The Architecture of William Nichols: Building the Antebellum South in North Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, MS, February 2015. 

  • Marcus Keller, French and Italian
    “Entre l’insolite et l’indifférence: Berlin dans le roman belge francophone.” Après le Mur: Berlin dans la littérature francophone, ed. Margarete Zimmermann. Narr, Tübingen, 2014. 253-65. (Editions Lendemains 36).

    “Michel Eyquem de Montaigne.” Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History 1500-1900 (CMR1900), eds. David Thomas and John Chesworth. Vol. 6: Western Europe (1500-1600). Brill, Leiden, 2014. 815-20.

    “The Struggle for Cultural Memory in Ronsard’s Discours.” Memory and Community in Renaissance France, eds. David LaGuardia and Cathy Yandell. Ashgate, Andersholt, 2015. 205-16.

  • Eduardo Ledesma, Spanish and Portuguese
    “The Poetics and Politics of Computer Code in Latin America: Codework, Code Art, and Live Coding.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 49.1 (2015): 91-120.

    “Helena Lumbreras’ Field for Men (1973): Midway between Latin American Third Cinema and the Barcelona School.” Studies in Spanish and Latin American Cinemas 11.3 (2014): 271-288.


  • Laurence Mall, French and Italian
    “Liaisons et déliaisons du visible et du dicible chez Rousseau.” Rousseau et le spectacle, eds. J. Berchtold, C. Martin and Y. Séité. Armand Colin, Paris, 2014. 297-310.
    “Ecriture de soi et ‘syntaxe générale’ chez Bergounioux et Ernaux (sur fond rousseauiste).” Jean-Jacques Rousseau et l’exigence d’authenticité: une question pour notre temps, eds. J.-F. Perrin and Y. Citton. Classiques Garnier, Paris 2014. 333-347.

  • Ralph W. Mathisen, History / Classics / Medieval Studies
    Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations: Prehistory to 640 CE, 2nd ed. (Oxford University Press, 2014).

    “Beasts, Burning, and Beheading: Show Executions in Late Antiquity,” in Cora Dietl, ed., Regeln und Gewalt / Rules and Violence (De Gruyter, 2014), 1-30.

    “Le statut personnel et juridique de provincialis pendant le Bas-Empire,” in R. Bedon, ed., Confinia: Confins et périphéries dans l’Occident romain (Presses Universitaires de Limoges, 2014), 35-46.

  • Megan McLaughlin, Gender and Women’s Studies / Medieval Studies (Emerita)
    Sex, Gender and Episcopal Authority in an Age of Reforn, 1000-1122 (paperback edition) (Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2014).

  • Rini Bhattacharya Mehta, Religion / Comparative and World Literature
    ed. Indian Partition in Literature and Film: Politics, Aesthetics, Ideology. Routledge, UK, 2014.

  • Evan M. Melhado, History / Medicine (Emeritus)
    Evolution of Health Planning (1920s–1970s). Ch. 11 in Guide to U.S. Health and Health Care Policy. Ed. Thomas R. Oliver. Pp. 143-156. Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press, an Imprint of Sage Publications, Inc. 2014.

    Evolution of Health Planning (1970s–Present). Ch. 12 in Guide to U.S. Health and Health Care Policy. Ed. Thomas R. Oliver. Pp. 157-167. Thousand Oaks, CA: CQ Press, an Imprint of Sage Publications, Inc. 2014.

  • Robert Michael Morrissey, History
    Empire by Collaboration: Indians, Colonists, and Governments in Colonial Illinois Country. Early American Studies Series. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015.

    “Bison Algonquians: Cycles of Violence and Exploitation in the Mississippi Valley Borderlands,” Special Issue: “Environment,” Early American Studies, 13:2, Summer 2015, 309-341.

    “Archives of Connection: Whole Network Analysis and Social History,” Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, 48:2, April-June, 2015, 67-79.

  • Armine Kotin Mortimer, French and Italian
    “Legality, Narrative Order, and Vagabondage in Balzac’s Ferragus.” Realism and Its Vicissitudes. Essays in Honor of Sandy Petrey. Ed. Robert Harvey and Patrice Nganang. New York: Peter Lang, 2015. 59–70 .

    “Stendhal the Sollersian: A Twenty-First Century Autoportrait.” Dix-Neuf, Vol. 19 No. 1, April 2015, 67–79.

  • Cynthia Oliver, Dance
    Flipping the Script- Renegotiating Notions of Haitian Women in the Global Imagination. In exhibition book for Kehinde Wiley’s “The World Stage: Haiti” exhibition. Roberts & Tilton. Culver City, CA. 2015.


  • Matthew Peterson, Art + Design
    “The Integration of Text and Image and Its Impact on Reader Interest,” Visible Language, 48(1), 2014, pp. 22–39.

  • Paul Prior, English
    Community.  In Keywords in Writing Studies, edited by Peter Vandenberg and Paul Heilker, 26-31. Boulder, CO: Utah State University Press, 2015.

    Semiotics.  In The Routledge Companion to English Studies, edited by Constant Leung and Brian Street, 160-173. London, UK: Routledge, 2014.

    --- and Steven Thorne. Research Paradigms: Beyond Product, Process, and Social Activity.  In Handbook of Writing and Text Production, edited by Eva-Maria Jakobs and Daniel Perrin, 31-54.  Berlin, DE: Walter de Gruyter, 2014.

  • François Proulx, French and Italian
    “Six lettres de Reynaldo Hahn à Suzette Lemaire.” Bulletin d’informations proustiennes 44 (2014): 37-46.

  • Jesse Ribot, Geography
    “Cause and Response: Climate Vulnerability in the Anthropocene.” Journal of Peasant Studies. May 2014. Vol. 41, No. 5, pp. 667-705.

    “Politics of Misrecognition – Framing out Liability under a Changing Sky” Response to Ben Orlove,
Heather Lazrus, Grete K. Hovelsrud, Alessandra Giannini. 2014. “Recognitions and Responsibilities: On the Origins and Consequences of the Uneven Attention to Climate Change around the World” Current Anthropology.

    “Humor, Irony and Subordination: Democratic Decentralization through a Camera’s Lens.” Working Paper no. XX, International Center for Local Democracy, Visby, Sweden.

  • Rachele Riley, Art + Design
    “The Evolution of Silence.” In Leonardo, Journal of Arts, Sciences and Technology, Special Issue: SIGGRAPH 2014 Art Papers and Acting in Translation Art Gallery, vol. 47, No. 4. MIT Press, September 2014.

  • Richard T. Rodríguez, English / Latina/Latino Studies
    “The Architectures of Latino Sexuality.” Social Text 123 (33.2/May 2015): 83-98.

    “Fantasy.” Critical Ethnic Studies Journal 1:1 (2015): 95-10.

  • Kristin Romberg, Art History
    “Tektonika,” in Formal’nyi metod. Antologiia rossiiskogo modernizma (The Formal Method: An Anthology of Russian Modernism), ed. Serguei Oushakine, vol. 1 (Moscow: Kabinetnyi uchenyi, 2014).

  • Lisa Rosenthal, Art History
    “Masculine Virtue in the Kunstkamer: Pictura, Lucre, and Luxury,” in Gender Matters: Discourses of Violence in Early Modern Literature and the Arts ed. Mara Wade (Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, 2014) pp. 331-348.  

  • Emanuel Rota, French and Italian
    “Oedipus Has a Complex: Pasolini Freudian Tragedy.” Studi Pasoliniani 9, (2015): 75-93.

    “The Pure and the Uncontaminated: Biopolitical Tropes from I Promessi Sposi to the Manifesto della Razza.” Moderna. Semestrale di teoria e critica della letteratura 17.2 (2015): 39-56.

  • Michael Rothberg, English
    “Power.” The Routledge Handbook to Contemporary Jewish Cultures. Ed. Laurence Roth and Nadia Valman (New York: Routledge, 2015), 123-38.

    “Multidirectional Memory in Migratory Settings: The Case of Post-Holocaust Germany.” Transnational Memory. Ed. Chiara de Cesari and Ann Rigney (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2014), 123-45.

    “Locating Transnational Memory,” Transnational Memory in the Hispanic World, ed. Nadia Lie and Kirsten Mahlke, special issue of European Review 22.4 (2014): 652-56.

  • D. Fairchild Ruggles, Landscape Architecture
    ---, Henry Kim, Ruba Kana’an, and Philip Jodidio. The Aga Khan Museum Guide. Toronto: The Aga Khan Museum for Islamic Art, 2014. An expanded version of the book is being published by Rizzoli with the title Pattern and Light: Aga Khan Museum; French edition:  Forme et Lumière. Le Musée Aga Khan.

    ed. Woman’s Eye, Woman’s Hand: Making Art and Architecture in Modern India. New Delhi: Zubaan.

    “Inventing the Alhambra,” in Envisioning Islamic Art and Architecture: Essays in Honor of Renata Holod, ed. David Roxburgh. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2014, pp. 1-21.

  • Brian Ruppert, East Asian Languages & Clutures / Religion
    --- and William Deal. A Cultural History of Japanese Buddhism. Oxford, UK, and Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.

    “Buddhism and Law in Japan,” in Rebecca R. French and Mark Nathan, eds., Buddhism and Law: An Introduction. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2014.

    “Nihon chūsei no nettowaaku-sō to shōdō shōgyō no denpa” (The Role of Network Monks in the Dissemination of Liturgical Literatures), in Matsuo Kōichi, ed., Higashi ajia no shūkyō bunka: ekkyō to henyō (Border-crossing and Transformation in EastAsian Religions), Osaka: Iwata Shoin, 2014.

  • Robert Rushing, French and Italian
    “Nostalgia | Utopia | Spaghetti: Utopian and Anti-Nostalgic Time in the Italian Western.” Studies in European Cinema 11.2 (2014): 79-91.

  • Lindsay Rose Russell, English
    “Before Ladies and Gentlewomen Were Unskillful: Honorific Invocations of Learned Women in Early Modern Bilingual Dictionaries.”  Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America (2014) 35: 93–120.


  • Mark Safstrom, Germanic Languages & Literatures
    The Swedish Pietists: A Reader.  Edited, Translated, and Introduced by Mark Safstrom.  Eugene, OR: Pickwick 2015.

  • Sylvia L.R. Schreiner, Linguistics
    The creation and interpretation of nominal predicates: Bi+ann in Scottish Gaelic. Lingua 154, 110-139. 2015.

  • Helaine Silverman, Anthropology
    “Heritage and Authenticity.” In A Companion to Contemporary Heritage Research, edited by Emma Waterton and Steve Watson. Palgrave MacMillan, 2015, pp. 69-88.

    “Branding Peru: National Tourism Campaigns and the Performance of Heritage.” In Encounters with Popular Pasts: Cultural Heritage and Popular Culture, edited by Mike Robinson and Helaine Silverman. Springer, 2015, pp. 131-148.

    “Mass, Modern, Mine:  Heritage and Popular Culture” by Mike Robinson and Helaine Silverman. In Encounters with Popular Pasts: Cultural Heritage and Popular Culture, edited by Mike Robinson and Helaine Silverman. Springer, 2015, pp. 1-30.

  • Anna Westerståhl Stenport, Germanic Languages and Literatures
    Ed. ---, and Scott MacKenzie. Films on Ice: Cinemas of the Arctic.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015.

    --- and Garret Traylor. “Playing with Art Cinema: Digitality Constructs in Ruben Östlund’s Play. Journal of Scandinavian Cinema. 4:1 (2014),77-84.

    --- and Scott MacKenzie. “‘I Believe in Ketchup!’: Girlhood, Punk, and Moodysson’s Vi är bäst!”. Scandinavica 53:1 (2014). 73-88.

  • Synthia Sydnor, Kinesiology & Community Health
    “On the Nature of Sport: A Treatise in Light of Universality and Digital Culture.” In Sport History in the Digital Era, edited byGary Osmond and Murray Phillips, 203-226. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2015.

    “Tag, Catch, and Other Unnatural Acts at Recess (circa 2014).” Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 85(2014): 1-5.

  • Katherine Syer, Music
    Wagner’s Visions: Poetry, Politics, and the Psyche in the Operas through ‘Die Walküre’. University of Rochester Press, Rochester, September 2014.

    “Production Aesthetics and Materials.” In The Oxford Handbook of Opera, edited by Helen Greenwald, 531-552. Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2014.

    “A Stage within a Stage.” In The Royal Opera House: Tristan und Isolde, 44-48. Covent Garden, London, 2014.

  • Caroline Szylowicz, Library
    Six lettres de Marcel Proust à Louis de Robert, Gaston Gallimard et Berthe Lemarié. Bulletin d’informations proustiennes, Editions Rue d’Ulm, Paris (France), 2014 (vol. 44, pp. 9-21).

  • Marina Terkourafi, Linguistics
    Ed., Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Im/politeness. AILA Applied Linguistics 14. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2015. Book website:

    --- and Vergis, N. The role of the speaker’s emotional state in im/politeness assessments.’ Journal of Language and Social Psychology 34.3 (2015): 316–342.

    ‘The importance of being indirect: A new nomenclature for indirect speech.’ Belgian Journal of Linguistics 28.1 (2014), 45–70.

  • Robert Tierney, East Asian Languages and Cultures / Comparative and World Literatures
    Monster of the Twentieth Century: Kōtoku Shūsui and Japan’s First Anti-Imperialist Movement. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, May 2015.

    南洋の桃太郎、植民地政策、パロディ  (Momotarō in the South Seas:  Folklore, Colonial Policy, Parody). JunCture 06 (Nagoya University Japan-in-Asia Cultural Research Center), April 2015, pp. 28-41.

    “Kōtoku Shūsui: From the Critique of Patriotism to Heiminism.”  Shoki Shakaishugi Kenkyū (Studies in Early Japanese Socialism), # 25, 10/2014, 194 (18)-172 (40).


    Mara R. Wade, Germanic Languages and Literatures
    “From Reading to Writing: Women Authors and Book Collectors at the Wolfenbüttel Court, A Case Study of Georg Philip Harsdörffer’s Frauenzimmer Gesprächspiele (1641-1658).” In: German Life and Letters 67.4 (2014): 481-495.

    “Der Körper in der Emblematik.” In: Körper – Kultur – Kommunikation / Corps – Culture – Communication, edited by Alexander Schwarz, Barbara Wahlen, Catalina Schiltknecht, 283-298. In: TAUSCH – Textanalyse in Universität und Schule, Vol. 18. Bern: Lang, 2014.

    “Magdalena Sibylle (1617–1668). The Dynastic Woman and the Confessional Space of Female Cultural Agency.” In Beyond Scylla and Charybdis. European Courts and Court Residences outside Habsburg and Valois/Bourbon Territories 1500-1700. Edited by Birgitte Bøgghild Johannsen and Karl Ottenheym.  (Studies in Archeology and History, Vol. 24) Copenhagen: Publications from the National Museum, 2015, 183-194.

  • Shelley Weinberg, Philosophy
    Locke on Knowing Our Own Ideas (and Ourselves). Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, (2015).

  • Dov Weiss, Religion
    “Divine Concessions in the Tanhuma Midrashim,” Harvard Theological Review 108:1 (2015): 1-28.

    “Lawsuits with God in Rabbinic Literature” in The Divine Courtroom in Comparative Perspective, ed. A. Mermelstein and S. Holtz (Leiden: Brill, 2014) 276-288.

  • John C. Wilcox, Spanish (Emertius)
    Introduction” to Ramón del Valle-Inclán, The Memoirs of the Marquis of Bradomín: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter Sonatas. Trans. Robert M. Fedorchek. Newark, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta, 2014: 9-22. 

    Apuntes para una poética gerontológica en el Ángel González de Nada grave.” PROSEMAS. Revista de estudios poéticos. Extraordinario dedicado a Ángel González. 1 (2014): 195-212. Cátedra Ángel González, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain.

    Rev. of Jonathan Mayhew, The Twilight of the Avant-garde: Spanish Poetry 1980-2000. Liverpool (UK): Liverpool University Press, 2009. Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 15.4 (2014).

  • Craig Williams, Classics
    “The Language of Gender: Lexical Semantics and the Latin Vocabulary of Unmanly Men.” In Mark Masterson, Nancy Rabinowitz and James Robson, eds., Sex in Antiquity: Exploring Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World (Routledge: London and New York, 2014), pp. 461-481.

    “Sexual Themes in Greek and Latin Graffiti.” In Thomas K. Hubbard, ed., A Companion to Greek and Roman Sexualities (Wiley Blackwell: Malden and Oxford, 2014), pp. 493-508.

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