Selected Publications

Francine M. A'ness

“Sabina Berman,” in Dictionary of Literary Biographies : Latin American Dramatists , (2005) 44-59.

“Resisting Amnesia: Yuyachkani, Performance, and the Postwar Reconstruction of Peru,” Theatre Journal , 56 (2004) 395-414.

“Diálogo con Sabina Berman,” in Sediciosas seducciones: sexo, poder y palabras en el teatro de Sabina Berman , (2004) 43-63.

“Technology, Language and Literacy: The New Pedagogical Challenge,” with C Kramsch and E Lam, in Loss of Communication in the Information Age , (2001) 117-130.

“Authenticity and Authorship in the Computer-Mediated Acquisition of L2 Literacy,” Language Learning and Technology , Special Issue on LiteraciesandTechnologies, 4:2 (September 2000) 117-130.

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Claudia Anguiano

Chen, Yea Wen., Tema Milstein, Claudia Anguiano, Jennifer Sandoval, and Lisa Knudsen. (2012). “Challenges and Benefits of Community-based participatory research: A case of Collaboratively Examining Ecocultural Struggles.”Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture. Volume 6 (2), 1-19.

Anguiano, Claudia., Tama Milstein, Iliana De Larkin, Yea Wen Chen, and Jennifer Sandoval (2012). “Connecting Community Voices: A Latino/a Critical Race Theory Lens on Environmental Justice Advocacy.” Journal of International & Intercultural Communication, Volume 5 (2), 124-143.

Milstein, Tema., Claudia Anguiano, Jennifer Sandoval, Yea Wen Chen, and Elizabeth Dickenson (2011). "Communicating a “New” Environmental Vernacular: A Sense of Relations-in-Place." Communication Monographs, Volume 78 (4), 486-510.

Anguiano, Claudia, and Karma R. Chávez. (2011). “DREAMers’ Discourse: Young Latino/a Immigrants and the Naturalization of the American Dream.” In Latino Discourse in Vernacular Spaces: Somos de un(a) Voz? Eds. Michelle A. Holling and Bernadette Marie Calafell, Lexington, MA: Lexington Press.

Milstein, Tema., Claudia Anguiano, Yea Wen, Chen, and Jennifer Sandoval, J. (2010). Hispanic environmental meanings and messages: Report to Conservation Voters of New Mexico and The Wilderness Society on research findings of the Connecting Community Voices study. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico.

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Kenneth M. Bauer

2011. Bauer, Kenneth, Geoff Childs, Sienna Craig, Andrew Fischer, eds. Development Transitions: Land, Labor and Social Policy in Tibet. Kathmandu: Himal Books.

2004. High Frontiers: Dolpo and the Changing World of Himalayan Pastoralists. Columbia University Press.

2012. Salick, Jan, Anja Byg, Kenneth Bauer “Contemporary Tibetan Cosmology of Climate Change.” Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture 6(4):447-­-476.

2011. Bauer Kenneth, Yonten Nyima. “Law sand Regulations Impacting the Enclosure Movement on the Tibetan Plateau of China.” Himalaya 30(1-­-2):23-­-37

2011. Bauer Kenneth, Geoff Childs, Andrew Fischer. “Development in Tibet: Land, Labor and Social Policy in Context of Rapid Transition. ” Himalaya 30(1-­-2):1-­-7.

2011. “Training Women for Success: An Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Training Programs in Vermont, USA. ” Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 14: 1-24.

2010. Bauer, Kenneth, Antoni Magri. “The Herder's Environment: A GIS Case Study of Resource Use Patterns Among Pastoralists in Central Tibet.” Journal of Land Use Science 28 July, pp.1--12.

2010. Wang, Qingbin, Kenneth Bauer, Kathleen Liang. “Toward multidisciplinary entrepreneurship education.” International Journal of Innovation and Regional Development 2(1/2): 84-95.

2009. “On the Politics and the Possibilities of Participatory Mapping and GIS: Using Spatial Technologies to Study Common Property and Land Use Change Among Pastoralists in Central Tibet.” Cultural Geographies 16: 229-252.

Bauer, Kenneth, Geoff Childs. “Demographics, Development, and the Environment in Tibetan Areas.” Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies 4:1-8.

2006. “Common Property and Power: Insights from Spatial Analysis of Historical and Contemporary Pasture Boundaries among Pastoralists in Central Tibet.” Journal of Political Ecology 13: 24-47.

2005. "Pastoral Development and the Enclosure Movement in the Tibet Autonomous Region since the 1980s.” Nomadic Peoples 9: 85-115.

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Josh Compton

Compton, J. (2013). Inoculation theory. In J. P. Dillard & L. Shen (Eds.), The Sage handbook of persuasion: Developments in theory and practice, 2nd ed., (pp. 220-237). Los Angeles, CA: Sage.

Compton, J., & Ivanov, B. (in press). Vaccinating voters: New directions for political campaign inoculation scholarship. In E. L. Cohen (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 37 (pp. 250-283). New York: Routledge (Taylor & Francis).

Compton, J., & Kaylor, B. T. (in press). Inoculating against small pox inoculation objections in Reverend Cooper’s Letter to a Friend in the Country. Journal of Communication and Religion.

Miller, C. & Ivanov, B. (with Sims, J. D., Compton, J., Harrison, K. J., Parker, K. A., Parker, J.L., & Averbeck, J. M). (2013). Boosting the potency of resistance: Combining the motivational forces of inoculation and psychological reactance. Human Communication Research, 39, 127-155.

Boone, S., Chaney, S., Compton, J., Donahue, C., & Gocsik, K. (2012, Fall). Imagining a writing and rhetoric program based on principles of knowledge ‘transfer’: Dartmouth’s Institute for Writing and Rhetoric. Composition Forum 26.

Ivanov, B., Miller, C. H., Compton, J., Averbeck, J. M., Harrison, K. J., Sims, J. D., Parker, K. A., & Parker, J. L. (2012). Effects of post-inoculation talk on resistance to influence. Journal of Communication, 62, 701-718.

Compton, J., & Ivanov, B. (2012). Untangling threat during inoculation theory-conferred resistance. Communication Reports,25(1), 1-13.

Compton, J., & Kaylor, B. (2012). Presidents as speech professors: United States presidents’ public statements about public speaking. STAM Journal, 42, 1-19.

Parker, K. A., Ivanov, B., & Compton, J. (2012). Inoculation’s efficacy with young adults’ risky behaviors: Can inoculation confer cross-protection over related but untreated issues? Health Communication, 27(3), 223-233.

Compton, J. (2011). Frustration vaccination? Inoculation theory and digital learning. In S. P. Ferris (Ed.), Teaching, learning and the net generation: Concepts and tools for reaching digital learners (pp. 61-73). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Compton, J. (2011). Surveying scholarship on The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. In A. Amarasingam (Ed.), The Colbert/Stewart effect: Essays on the real impacts of fake news (pp. 9-33). Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company.

Compton, J. (2011). Cramer vs. (Jon Stewart’s characterization of) Cramer: Image repair, late night political humor, and The Daily Show. In T. Goodnow (Ed.), The Daily Show and rhetoric: Arguments, issues and strategies (pp. 43-58). Landham, MD: Lexington Books.

Compton, J., & Miller, B. (2011). Image repair in late night comedy: Letterman and the Palin joke controversy. Public Relations Review 37, 415-421.

Ivanov, B., Parker, K., & Compton, J. (2011). The potential of inoculation in reducing postpurchase dissonance: Reinforcement of purchase behavior. Central Business Review, 30(1-2), 10-16.

Compton, J. (2010). Speaking of speech with the disciplines. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 9(2), 243-255.

Compton, J. (2009). Threat explication: What we know and don’t yet know about a key component of inoculation theory. Journal of the Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri, 39, 1-18.

Kaylor, B., & Compton, J. (2009). Pope punchlines: How late night comics addressed Pope John Paul II's death. In J. R. Blaney & J. P. Zompetti (eds). The Rhetoric of Pope John Paul II (pp. 3-22). Landham, MD: Lexington Books.

Compton, J., & Pfau, M. (2009). Spreading inoculation: Inoculation, resistance to influence, and word-of-mouth communication. Communication Theory, 19, 9-28.

Compton, J. (2008). More than laughing? Survey of political humor effects research. In Morris, J. S., & Baumgartner, J. C. (Eds.) Laughing matters: Humor and American politics in the media age (pp. 39-66). New York: Routledge.

Compton, J. (2008). Political punditry in punchlines: Late night comics take on the 2004 presidential debates. In Morris, J. S., & Baumgartner, J. C. (Eds.) Laughing matters: Humor and American politics in the media age (171-186). New York: Routledge.

Compton, J., & Pfau, M. (2008). Inoculating against pro-plagiarism justifications: Rational and affective strategies. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 36(1), 98-119.

Compton, J. (2006). Serious as a heart attack: Health-related content of late night comedy television. Health Communication, 19(2), 143-151.

Compton, J. A. (2006, Winter). Remembering, forgetting, and memorializing the past: Considering forensics from a collective memory theoretical perspective. The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta, 91, 27-45.

Pfau, M., Compton, J., Parker, K. A., An, C., Wittenberg, E. M., Ferguson, M., Horton, H., & Malyshev, Y. (2006). The conundrum of the timing of counterarguing effects in resistance: Strategies to boost the persistence of counterarguing output. Communication Quarterly, 54(2), 143-156.

Compton, J. A. (2005, Summer). Rising to the challenge or cracking under pressure: Time scarcity and effects on limited preparation events performance. The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta, 90, 1-15.

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Michelle Cox

Conversations among Teachers on Student Writing: WAC/Secondary Education Partnerships at BSU,” with Phyllis Gimbel. Special issue of Across the Disciplines, “Writing across the Secondary School Curriculum,” edited by Pamela Childers and Michael Lowry. December 2012. 

Special Issue of Across the Disciplines. Edited with Terry Myers Zawacki. “Writing across the Curriculum and Second Language Writers: Cross-Field Research, Theory, and Program Development.” 8(4): December, 2011.

"Introduction to WAC and Second Language Writing.” Written with Terry Myers Zawacki.  “Writing across the Curriculum and Second Language Writers: Cross-Field Research, Theory, and Program Development [Special Issue].” Across the Disciplines, 8(4): December, 2011.

"WAC: Closing Doors or Opening Doors for Second Language Writers?” In “Writing across the Curriculum and Second Language Writers: Cross-Field Research, Theory, and Program Development [Special Issue].” Across the Disciplines, 8(4): December, 2011.

Reading an ESL Writer’s Text” with Paul Kei Matsuda. Reprinted in Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal.  March 2011. 

“Snapshots of Our Literacies.” Written with Katherine E. Tirabassi.The College Writing Toolkit: Tried and Tested Ideas for Teaching College Writing.Ed. Martha Pennington and Pauline Burton (London, UK: Equinox): 2011.

“Undergraduate Research as Faculty Development.” Written with Ed Brush, Andrew Harris, and Lee Torda. CUR Quarterly, Fall 2010.

“WAC-WID and Second Language Writing.” WPA-CompPile Research Bibliographies, No. 8. WPA-CompPile Research Bibliographies, June 2010.

Reinventing Identities in Second Language Writing. Edited collection with Jay Jordan, Christina Ortmeier-Hooper, and Gwen Gray Schwartz. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2010.

“Identity, Second Language Writers, and the Learning of Workplace Writing.” Reinventing Identities in Second Language Writing. Eds. Michelle Cox, Jay Jordan, Christina Ortmeier-Hooper, and Gwen Gray Schwartz. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2010. 75-95.

“Reading an ESL Writer’s Text” with Paul Kei Matsuda. ESL Writers: A Guide for Writing Center Tutors, 2nd ed. Ed. Shanti Bruce and Ben Rafoth. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Heinemann, 2009. 39-47.

“Teaching Writing for the ‘Real World’: A Rationale and Project for Community and Workplace Writing” with Christina Ortmeier-Hooper and Katherine E. Tirabassi. English Journal, May 2009.

Second Language Writing in the Composition Classroom: A Critical Sourcebook. Editor, with Paul Kei Matsuda, Jay Jordan, and Christina Ortmeier-Hooper. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2006.

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Nancy Jay Crumbine

Humility, Anger, and Grace: Meditations on a Life That Matters, (North Bound Books, 2004)

"Loving the Religious Right Through Its Difficult Times," pp. 9-19, Liberal Religious Education, no. 17, 1997

"Choosing the Child," Valley News, December, 1996

"A Community that One Can Call Home," Valley News, September, 1990

"Christmas," Valley News, December, 1988

Book Review of Second Person Rural: More Essays of a Sometime Farmer, by Noel Perrin, Vermont History, v.51, no.3 (l983), 173-175

"Ignoring Religion: Feminists on Shallow Ground," Feminist Renaissance, v. 2, no.3 (l983)

"Religion and the Feminist Critique of Culture," Wellesley College Center for Research on Women. (1983)

Book Review of Partridge in a Swamp: The Journals of Viola C. White 1918-1941, ed. W. Storrs Lee, Vermont History, v.48, no.4 (January, l981), 248-252

"On Faith," Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling: Critical Appraisals, Ed. R. Perkins, University of Alabama Press, l981, 189-203

"On Silence," Humanitas, v.XI, no.2 (l975), 147-165

"A Philosophical Outside on a Theological Inside," Politeia, v.5, no.1 (December, l967)

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James E. Dobson

"What does the ‘Temporal Turn’ Mean for Autobiography? Mark Twain, Memory, and the Failures  of Historicism." The Mark Twain Annual (forthcoming, Fall 2013).

Pandey, S., Voorsluys, W., Rahman, M., Buyya, R., Chiu, K., and Dobson, J. “A Grid Workflow Environment for Brain Imaging Analysis on Distributed Systems." Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience (2009).

Pandey, S., Voorsluys, W., Rahman, M., Buyya, R., Chiu, K., and Dobson, J. “Brain Image Registration Analysis Workflow for fMRI Studies on Global Grids," Proceedings of the 23rd IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-09), Bradford, UK, (May 2009).

Van Horn, J.D., Dobson, J.E., Woodward, J., Wilde, M., Zhao, Y., Voeckler, J., Foster, I. “Grid-Based Computing and the Future of Neuroscience Computation.” in Methods in Mind (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2006).

Dobson, J.E,Woodward, J., Schwarz, S.A, Marchesini, J.C, Farid, F., and Smith S., “The Dartmouth Green Grid,” ICCS 2005 Conference Workshop on HPC in Academia (2005).

Van Horn, J.D., Wolfe, J., Agnoli, A., Woodward, J., Schmitt, M., Dobson, J.E., Schumacher, S., and Vance, B. “Neuroimaging Databases as a Resource for Scientific Discovery,” International Review of Neurobiology 66C (2005).

Zhao, Y., Dobson, J.E., Foster, I., Moreau L., Wilde, M. “A Notation and System for Expressing and Executing Cleanly TypedWorkflows on Messy Scientific Data,” ACM SIGMOD Record 34 (2005).

Zhao, Y., Wilde, M., Foster, I., Voeckler, J., Dobson, J.E., Gilbert, E., Jordan, T. and Quigg, E. “Virtual Data Grid Middleware Services for Data-intensive Science.” Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 18 (2004).

Zhao, Y., Wilde, M., Foster, I., Voeckler, J., Jordan, T., Quigg, E., and Dobson J.E, “Grid Middleware Services for Virtual Data Discovery, Composition, and Integration,” ACM Middleware for Grid Computing Workshop (2004).

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Christiane K. Donahue

Ecrire à l’Université: Analyse Comparée en France et aux Etats-Unis [Writing at the University: Comparative Analysis, France-United States.] Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, University of Lille, France. 2008. Manuscript of translation invited for review, Southern Illinois University Press, Studies in Writing series.

“Curricular Topographia: Deconstructing "Writing Program Administration" in an International Context.” Co-authored with Chris Anson. Transnational Writing Program Administration. Ed. David Martins. Utah State University Press.

“What is WPA Research?” A Rhetoric for Writing Program Administrators. Ed. Rita Malencyk. Parlor Press.

“Writing and Text Production Processes.” Co-authored with Theresa Lillis. Handbook of Writing and Text Production. Eds. Eva-Maria Jakobs, Daniel Perrin. In press. Mouton de Gruyter Handbooks of Applied Linguistics series. 

“Monolingualism, Multilingualism, and Translingualism: A Call for New Norms in Writing Studies Scholarship.” Co-authored with Bruce Horner and Samantha NeCamp. Eds. Isabelle Delcambre and Dominique Lahanier-Reuter. International Studies on Writing at University: Comparisons and Evolutions. Forthcoming, August 2013, Parlor Press/the WAC Clearinghouse.

“Negotiation, Translinguality, and Cross-cultural Writing Research in a New Composition Era.” Literacy as Translingual Practice. Ed. Suresh Canagarajah, 2013, Routledge, New York, NY.

“Transfer, Portability, Generalization: (How) Does Composition Expertise ‘Carry’?”

Defining Composition Studies: Research, Scholarship, and Inquiry for the Twenty-First Century. Eds. Kelly Ritter and Paul Matsuda, 2012, Utah State University Press, Logan, UT. 

“Language Socialization, Written Culture, and School Assessment in the French Context: Analyzing the PISA International Exam.” Co-authored with Elisabeth Bautier. Race and Racism in Writing Assessment. Eds. Asao Inoue and Mya Poe, 2012, Peter Lang, New York, NY. 

“Academic Writing Activity: Student Writing in Transition,” co-authored with Isabelle Delcambre. University Writing: Selves and Texts in Academic Societies. Eds. Montserrat Castello and Christiane Donahue, 2012, Emerald Publishing, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 

“Writing and Disciplinarity: Cross-cultural Questions about Teaching and Theory.” Writing in the Disciplines. Ed. Mary Deane, Palgrave, UK, 2011. 

“Internationalization” and Composition Studies: Re-orienting the Discourse,” Acteurs et Contextes des Discours Universitaires. Eds. Jean-Marc Defays and Annick Englebert, l’Harmattan, Paris, France, 2009.

“Genre and Disciplinary Work in French Didactics Research.”  Genre in a Changing World. Eds. C. Bazerman, A, Bonini, and D. Figueredo. Parlor Press US. 2009.  

In the same edited collection, contributing author to “Exploring Notions of Genre in 'Academic Literacies' and 'Writing across the Curriculum': Approaches across Countries and Contexts,” Mary Lea, Jan Parker, David Russell, Brian Street. This article is being anthologized in Writing across the Curriculum: A Critical Sourcebook (Bedford St. Martins).

“La circulation de perspectives socioculturelles états-uniennes et britanniques: Traitements de l’écrit dans le supérieur” [The circulation of U.S. and U.K. sociocultural perspectives: The treatment of university writing]. Didactique du Français: Le Scioculturel en Question. Eds. B. Daunay, I. Delcambre, et Y. Reuter, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2009.

“When Copying Is Not Copying: Plagiarism and French Composition Scholarship.” Originality, Imitation, Plagiarism. Eds. C. Eisner and M. Vicnius, Ann Arbor: U. of Michigan Press, 2008.

“L’écrit universitaire comme objet de recherches: methods et enjeux pour une lecture analytique.” [University writing as a research object: Methods and stakes for analytic readings.] Les Méthodes de Recherché en Didactiques Eds. Yves Reuter and Marie-Jeanne Perrin. Villeneuve d’Ascq, France: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2006.

“Student Writing as Negotiation: Fundamental Movements between the Common and the Specific in French Essays.”  Writing in Context(s):Textual Practices and Learning Processes in Sociocultural Settings. Ed. Fillia Kostouli. Amsterdam: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004.

“The Lycée to University Progression in French Students’ Development as Writers.” Writing and Learning in Crossnational Perspective. Eds. David Russell and David Foster. Illinois: NCTE Press, 2002.

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Melina Gehring

„Das Labyrinth als Chronotopos. Raumtheoretische Überlegungen zu Mark Z. Danielewskis House of Leaves." Hallet, Wolfgang; Neumann, Birgit (eds.): Raum und Bewegung in der Literatur. Die Literaturwissenschaften und der Spatial Turn. Bielefeld: transcript, 2009 (Lettre), 319-336.

„Vladimir Nabokovs Lolita als Rhizomlabyrinth." Anglia 122/3 (2004), 388-403.

„Text und Kontext“, review of Hallet, Neumann, Nünning (eds.) Kulturelles Wissen und Intertextualität in the online review magazine kult_online 20 (2009),

“Interdisziplinäre Labyrintherkundung”, review of the Brittnacher, Janz (eds.) Labyrinth und Spiel in the online review magazine IASL online August 5, 2009,

„Tristram Shandys Vermächtnis." review of Julijana Nadjs Die fiktionale Metabiographie in the online review magazine kult_online 16 (2008),

“It's not the content, stupid!" review of Christoph Bodes Der Roman. Eine Einführung, kult_online 12 (2008),

Alfred Einstein. Ein Musikwissenschaftler im Exil. Hamburg: von Bockel, 2007 (Musik im „Dritten Reich“ und im Exil; 13).

“German-speaking musicologists in exile: Was Europe’s loss America’s gain?" The OREL Foundation, January 1, 2010,

„Alfred Einstein“, LEXM, Claudia Maurer Zenck and Peter Petersen (eds.), University of Hamburg,

„Die ‘Zweisteins’. Albert und Alfred Einstein – Cousins aus Freundschaft“, Neue Zeitschrift für Musik 6 (2005): 50-53.

„Auch in Bach fließt Menschenblut. Edwin Fischer und Alfred Einstein über Fragen der Aufführungspraxis“, Österreichische Musikzeitschrift 9 (2005): 26-30.

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Melissa R. Herman

“The Black-White-Other Test Score Gap: Testing Theories of Academic Performance Among Multiracial and Monoracial Adolescents,” Sociology of Education , 82:1 (2009) 20-46.

“Ethnicity and Image: Correlates of Crowd Affiliation Among Ethnic Minority Youth,” with B B Brown, J V Hamm, and D J Heck, Child Development , 79:3 (2008) 528-546.

“Racial Identification among Multiracial Youth: Implications for Adjustment,” The Handbook of Race, Racism, and the Developing Child , S Quintana and C McKowan (eds.) (2008) 203-225.

“Forced to Choose: Some Determinants of Racial Identification in Multi-racial Adolescents,” Child Development , 75:3 (2004) 730-748.

“How Neighborhoods, Families, Peer Groups, and Schools Jointly Affect Changes in Early Adolescent Development,” with T D Cook, M Phillips, and R A Settersten, Child Development , 73:4 (2002) 1283-1309.

“The Influence of Family Regulation, Connection, and Psychological Autonomy on Six Measures of Adolescent Functioning,” with S M Dornbusch and J R Herting, Journal of Adolescent Research , 12:1 (1997).

“Is Tracking as Insidious as it Sounds? Testing the Assumption of Mono-tracking” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Washington, DC, 1995.

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Mark D. Koch

“'A Spectacle Pleasing to God and Man': Sympathy and the Show of Charity in the Restoration Spittle Sermons,"  Eighteenth-Century Studies  46: 4 (Summer 2013).

“Ruling the World: The Cartographic Gaze in English Accounts of the New World."     Literature and Geography. Ed. Richard Helgerson and Joanne Woolway. Special issue of Early Modern Literary Studies: A Journal of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century  English Literature. October 1998.

“The Desanctification of the Beggar in Rogue Pamphlets of the English Renaissance.”  The Work of Dissimilitude: Essays from the Sixth Citadel Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Literature. Edited by David G. Allen and Robert A. White.  Newark: University of Delaware UP, 1992. 91-104.

“Utilitarian and Reactionary Arguments for Almsgiving in Wordsworth’s ‘The Old Cumberland Beggar’.”  Eighteenth-Century Life 13: 3 (November 1989): 18-33.

“The Shaking of the Superflux: King Lear, Charity, and the Tyranny of Equivalence.” The Upstart Crow: A Shakespeare Journal 10 (1990): 86-100.

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Gary Lenhart

The World in a Minute (Hanging Loose, 2010)

Another Look (Subpress, 2010)

The Stamp of Class:  Reflections on Poetry and Social Class (University of Michigan, 2006)

Father and Son Night (Hanging Loose, 1999)

Light Heart (Hanging Loose, 1991)

One at a Time (United Artists, 1983)

Editor: T&W Guide to William Carlos Williams (Teachers Writers, 1998)

Editor:  T&W Guide to Classic American Literature (T&W, 2001)

Editor:  Clinch: Selected Poems of Michael Scholnick (Coffee House, 1998)

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Lisa Lopez Snyder

“Sea Creatures,” The Raleigh Review, September/October 2010

“Beef Meat,” The Scrambler, December 2009

Prudence Merton

Fajt, V., Gelwick, F., Merton, P., Moore, G., Moyna, I.E., Loureiro-Rodriguez, V., Zarestky, J. (2013). Feedback and fellowship: Stories from a successful writing group.  Book Chapter, Working with Faculty Writers. Geller, A.E. & Eoudice, M. (eds). Logan, UT: Utah State University Press. (In Press).

Merton, P., Froyd, J., Clark, C., Richardson, J. (2009) A case study of relationships between organizational culture and curricular change in engineering education. Innovative Higher Education, 34(4), pp 219-233.

Clark, M., Froyd, J., Merton, P., Richardson, J. (2004). The evolution of curricular change models within the Foundation Coalition, Journal of Engineering Education. 93(1), pp.37-47.

Douglas J. Moody

Former editor of Latino Intersections, on-line academic journal published by Dartmouth College (2002 - 2006)

“Undergoing a Process and Achieving a Product:  A Contradiction in Educational Drama?” In Gerd Bräuer, Ed. Body and Language: Intercultural Learning Through Drama, (Summer 2002)

“Tutoring the ESL Foreign Student Athlete:  Some Issues and Methodologies” In Herb Simons, Ed. A Handbook for ED 98: Studying Language and Society (Fall 1999)

“Act Two:  The Curtain Rises on Digital Theatre, But You Have to Download It First” Berkeley Language Center Newsletter  Vol. 15, No. 1 (Fall 1999)

“The Curtain Rises on Digital Theatre:  Rehearsing and Staging the First Act” Berkeley Language Center Newsletter Vol. 14, No. 2 (Spring 1999)

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William Nichols

"Rambling Around Granville," a column of humor and cultural criticism in the Granville Sentinel, 1994-2012

Money Over Mind,” Inside Higher Ed (September 23, 2011), (written with Judith Nichols)

Fleeing Ohio, a novel about an escape from a “supermax” prison, published by, 2010.

“The Trojan War” (the story of resistance to a commercial nuclear plant), The American Scholar 76 (Autumn 2007), 45-53.

“Contemplating Torture,” Friends Journal, (June 2006). 

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J. Asia Rowe

“The Erasmian Adage in the Controversy With Luther,” Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 30 (2010): 41-55.