People in Print – February

Elena Gorfinkel (Art History). 2015. Exhausted Drift: Austerity, Dispossession and the Politics of Slow in Kelly Reichardt’s Meeks Cutoff in Slow Cinema. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press.

Michael J. Mikos (Foreign Languages and Literature). 2015. Historia powstania i upadku Katedry imienia Adama Mickiewicza na Uniwersytecie Columbia w Nowym Jorku (1948-1954) (History of the rise and fall of the Department of Adam
Mickiewicz at Columbia University in New York City). Arcana, 126: 112-145.

Chia Youyee Vang (History). 2016. Southeast Asian Americans. The Oxford Handbook of Asian American History, David K. Yoo and Eiichiro Azuma, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.

Chia Youyee Vang (History). 2015. Hmong Transnational Lives and the Politics of Negotiating Place. Southeast Asian Migration: People on the Move in Search of Work, Refuge and Belonging. Sussex Academic Press.

Chia Youyee Vang (History). 2015. A Portrait of Refugees from Burma/Myanmar and Bhutan. Journal of Asian American Studies, 18(3): 347-369.

Dalia Gomaa (English and Women’s and Gender Studies). 2016. The Non-National in Contemporary American Literature: Ethnic Women Writers and Problematic Belongings. Palgrave Macmillan.

Lisa Silverman (Jewish Studies). Leopoldstadt, Judenplatz, and Beyond: Rethinking Vienna’s Jewish Spaces. East Central Europe, 42(2-3): 249-267.

Julius O. Sensat (Philosophy). 2016. The Logic of Estrangement: Reason in an Unreasonable Form. Palgrave Macmillan.

Christine Klingbiel (English). 2016. “Ministry of Misinformation: Harry Potter and Propaganda,” in From Here to Hogwarts: Essays on Harry Potter Fandom and Fiction, Christopher Bell, ed. McFarland.

Erin K. Ruppel (Communication). 2016. Scanning health information sources: Applying and extending the comprehensive model of information seeking. Journal of Health Communication, 21(2): 208-16.

Nicholas D. Fedorchuk, Stephen Q. Dornbos, Frank A. Corsetti, John L. Isbell, Victoria A. Petryshyn, Julie Bowles, and Dylan T. Wilmeth (Geosciences). 2016. Early non-marine life: Evaluating the biogenicity of Mesoproterozoic fluvial-lacustrine stromatolites. Precambrian Research, 275: 105-118.

Timothy J. Jarome, Nicole C. Ferrara, Janine L. Kwapis, and Fred J. Helmstetter (Psychology). 2016. CaMKII regulates proteasome phosphorylation and activity and promotes memory destabilization following retrieval. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, 128: 103-109.

Craig R. Guilbault and Molly A. Moran (Mathematical Sciences). 2016. A Comparison of Large Scale Dimension of a Metric Space to the Dimension of its Boundary. Topology and its Applications, 199: 17-22.

Zizi Papacharissi and Stacy Blasioloa (Journalism, Advertising and Media Studies). 2015. “Structures of Feeling, Storytelling, and Social Media: The Case of #Egypt,” in The Rutledge Companion to Social Media and Politics (Axel Bruns, Gunn Enli, Eli Skogerbo, Anders Olof Larsson, Christian Christensen, eds.). Routledge.

Stacy Blasioloa (Journalism, Advertising and Media Studies), Miao Feng (’10, MA Media Studies), and Adrienne Massanari. 2016. “Riding in Cars with Strangers: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Privacy and Safety in Ingress” in Social, Casual, and Mobile Games: The Changing Gaming Landscape (Michele Willson and Tama Leaver, eds). Bloomsbury Publishing.

Edward S. Hinchman (Philosophy). 2016. “What On Earth Was I Thinking?” How Anticipating Plan’s End Places Intentions in Time” in Time and the Philosophy of Action (Roman Altshuler and Michael J. Sigrist, eds.). Routledge.