Faculty Summer Reading List

Books

Title Affiliated Faculty Affiliated Department(s)
The Valancourt Book of Victorian Christmas Ghost Stories Tara Moore, Visiting Assistant Professor of English English
Invasion 14 Brian Newsome, Dean for Curriculum and Assessment, and Professor of History History
Contested Community:  Identities, Spaces, and Hierarchies of the Chinese in the Cuban Republic David  Kenley, Professor of History; and Charla Lorenzen, Associate Professor of Modern Languages History and Modern Languages
Made To Break Your Heart Richard Fellinger, Fellow in The Writing Wing Learning Services
End of the Mechanical Universe (Forthcoming) Michael Silberstein, Professor of Philosophy; Mark Stuckey, Professor of Physics; and Timothy McDevitt, Professor of Mathematics Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies; Engineering and Physics;and Mathematical Sciences
Jackie Robinson: A Spiritual Biography Michael Long, Associate Professor of Religion and Peace and Conflict Studies Religious Studies
Learning From Each Other: Refining the Process of Teaching in Higher Education  (Forthcoming) Michele Lee Kozimor-King '93, Associate Professor of Sociology Sociology
Paradise Lost: A Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald David S. Brown, Raffensperger Professor of History and Department Chair History

Book Chapter

Title Affiliated Faculty Affiliated Department(s)
Book: History, Philosophy and Science Teaching: New Research Perspectives
Chapter on epistemic practices and science education  (Forthcoming)
Peter Licona, Assistant Professor of PK-12 STEM Education Education
Book: The Creative Self: Effect of Beliefs, Self-Efficacy, Mindset, and Identity
Chapter 9 – Creativity Is Influenced by Domain, Creative Self-Efficacy, Mindset, Self-Efficacy, and Self-Esteem
Jean E. Pretz Psychology
Folklife and Museums: Twenty-First-Century Perspectives
Serious Fun: A Strong Model for Play and Folklore in Children's Museums
Susan Asbury, Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities Student Rights and Responsibilities
Book: Pennsylvania Germans: An Interpretive Encyclopedia
Language Use Among Anabaptist Groups
Steven Nolt, Senior Scholar and Professor of History and Anabaptist and Pietist Studies; Donald Kraybill, Senior Fellow Emeritus; and Edsel Burdge, Research Associate Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies
Book: Learning From Each Other: Refining the Process of Teaching in Higher Education
 (Forthcoming)
Michele Lee Kozimor-King ‘93, Associate Professor of Sociology Sociology

Articles

Title Affiliated Faculty Affiliated Department(s)
Collaborative Research Networks Provide Unique Opportunities for Faculty and Student Researchers David Bowne, Associate Professor of Biology Biology
SV40 T-Antigen Amino Acid Changes that Disrupt the Cul-7 or Bub-1 Binding do not Globally Distort the T-Common Region Jane Cavender, Professor of Biology Biology
A Peace of Oneness: An Experiment in Community Connectedness Through Imagination Jonathan Rudy, Peacemaker in Residence Center for Global Understanding and Peacemaking
Solvent dependence of the solid-state structures of salicylaldiminate magnesium amide complexes Jeff Rood, Associate Professor of Chemistry Chemistry and Biochemistry
Water-Soluble Osmium Complexes Suitable for use in Luminescence-Based, Hydrogel-Supported Sensors Kristi Kneas, Dean for Academic Affairs and Faculty Development and Professor of Chemistry; and Jeff Rood, Associate Professor of Chemistry Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Academic Affairs
Kinetics of nitrous oxide (N2O) formation and reduction by Paracoccus pantotrophus Brenda Read-Daily, Assistant Professor of Engineering Engineering and Physics
Cellular Telephone Dialing Influences Kinematic and Spatiotemporal Gait Parameters in Healthy Adults Kurt DeGoede, Professor of Engineering and Physics Engineering and Physics
Creativity as a Factor in Persistence and Academic Achievement of Engineering Undergraduates Sara Atwood, Associate Professor of Engineering and Chair, and Jean Pretz, Professor of Psychology and Chair Engineering and Physics, and Psychology
Theodore Presser: Before the Etude, Part I Douglas Bomberger, Professor of Music Fine and Performing Arts
Theodore Presser: Before the Etude, Part II Douglas Bomberger, Professor of Music Fine and Performing Arts
Theodore Presser: Before the Etude, Part III Douglas Bomberger, Professor of Music Fine and Performing Arts
Visible, legitimate, and beautiful justice: A case study of music education formalization within a Haitian NGO Kevin Shorner-Johnson, Associate Professor of Music Education Fine and Performing Arts
World War I in the History of Globalization Carl Strikwerda, President and Professor of History Office of the President
Local Distrust and Regime Support: Sources and Effects of Political Trust in China Dan Chen, Assistant Professor in Political Science and Asian Studies Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies
Pitfalls of Police Reform in Costa rica: Insights into Security Sector Reform in Non-Military Countries Oya Dursun-Ozkanca, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of International Studies Minor Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies
The Peacebuilding Assembly-Line Model: Towards a Theory of International Collaboration in Multidimensional Peacebuilding Operations Oya Dursun-Ozkanca, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of International Studies Minor Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies
Turkey and the European Union: Strategic Partners or Competitors in the Western Balkans? Oya Dursun-Ozkanca, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of International Studies Minor Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies
Turkish Soft Balancing Against the EU? An Analysis of the Prospects for Improved Transatlantic Security Relations Oya Dursun-Ozkanca, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of International Studies Minor Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies
Bridge Over the River Qua: Using Simulations to Span the Divide Between Prelaw and Political Science Students Kyle Kopko '05, Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement and Engagement Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies; and Academic Affairs
Effect of Simulation Role on Clinical Decision-Making Accuracy. Jean Pretz, Professor of Psychology and Chair Psychology
Practitioners' use of research in decision making about organized out-of-school time programs serving adolescents. Joseph Mahoney, Professor Psychology
The manifestation of stress and rumination in musicians Michael Roy, Associate Professor of Psychology Psychology
Local Law Enforcement Officers' Knowledge of Human Trafficking: Ability to Define, Identify, and Assist Susan Mapp, Professor of Social Work and Chair Social Work
Social Work's Response to Oppression and Injustice: Education and Practice Susan Mapp, Professor of Social Work and Chair Social Work
Rethinking World War I: Occupation, Liberation, and Reconstruction: Introduction Brian Newsome, Dean for Curriculum and Assessment, and Professor of History History
 Feminist Criminology and the Visual Rita Shah, Assistant Professor of Sociology Sociology and Anthropology
'The media' is not a single entity and shouldn't be viewed as one Richard Fellinger, Fellow in The Writing Wing Learning Services
For the Leader of the Free World, Reading Should Be Fundamental Richard Fellinger, Fellow in The Writing Wing Learning Services
Sound Strategies for Coping with the New Age of Ignorance Richard Fellinger, Fellow in The Writing Wing Learning Services
Can Donald Trump Revive His Fading White House Hopes? Fletcher McClellan, Professor of Political Science Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies
The Clinton/Trump Debate Was Just as Notable for Everything They Didn't Talk About Fletcher McClellan, Professor of Political Science Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies
Will Trump Put Power over Principle on Nov. 8? The Warning Signs Are There Fletcher McClellan, Professor of Political Science Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies
Kaine vs. Pence: Two key moments from the debate Kyle Kopko '05, Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement and Engagement Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies; and Academic Affairs
Why the Kaine vs. Pence vice presidential debate matters Kyle Kopko '05, Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement and Engagement Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies; and Academic Affairs
Obama has set the Record for the most Presidential Medals of Freedom Fletcher McClellan, Professor of Political Science; and Kyle Kopko '05, Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement and Enagement Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies; and Academic Affairs
 How Clinton And Trump Are Using Their Running Mates On The Campaign Trail Kyle Kopko '05, Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement and Engagement Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies; and Academic Affairs
5 Things You Need to Know About How Third-Party Candidates did in 2016 Kyle Kopko '05, Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement and Engagement Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies; and Academic Affairs
Lesser-Known Kafkas (Review of Kafaka: The Early Years by Reiner Stach) Mark Harman, Professor of English, Modern Languages, and International Studies English, Modern Languages, and International Studies
Four Variations in Delivery and Design of Mock Trial for the Undergraduate Student Kyle Kopko '05, Assistant Dean for Academic Achievement and Engagement Politics, Philosophy, and Legal Studies; and Academic Affairs

Journal Issue

Title Affiliated Faculty Affiliated Department(s)
Rethinking World War I: Occupation, Liberation, and Reconstruction
Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques
Brian Newsome, Dean for Curriculum and Assessment, and Professor of History History
Combating discrimination through social work education in North America and the Caribbean
Social Work Education
Susan Mapp, Professor of Social Work and Chair Social Work

Pamphlet

Title Affiliated Faculty Affiliated Department(s)
Threads: From Traditional to Today Susan Asbury, Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities Student Rights and Responsibilities

Poster

Title Affiliated Faculty Affiliated Department(s)
Pose Method of Running: Fact or Fiction
American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, Raleigh
Kurt DeGoede, Professor of Engineering and Physics Engineering and Physics
Using Four-Frame Comic Strip for Discussion for Peace: Focusing on the Intermediate Level Oral Production
23rd Princeton University Japanese Pedagogy Forum
Nobuaki Takahashi, Associate Professor of Japanese and Asian Studies Modern Languages

Short Story

Title Affiliated Faculty Affiliated Department(s)
Hello From the Other Side Suping Chen, Assistant Coordinator of International Recruitment and Adjunct Instructor of Chinese Admissions and Modern Languanges
So Let Me Get This Straight (Forthcoming) Jesse Waters, Director of Bowers Writers House Bowers Writers House
Henry Ford Hated Glaciers David Bowne, Associate Professor of Biology Biology

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