Recent Publications

  • Books

    Bonikowski, Wyatt. Shell Shock and the Modernist Imagination: The Death Drive in Post-World War I British Fiction. Ashgate Press, 2013.

    Brunsma, David L., Keri E. Iyall Smith, and Brian K. Gran, co-eds. Handbook of Sociology and Human Rights. Paradigm, 2013.

    Duffy, John and Julie Nelson Christoph, Eli Goldblatt, Nelson Graff, Rebecca S. Nowacek, and Bryan Trabold, eds. “Literacy, Economy, and Power: Writing and Research Ten Years after Literacy in American Lives.” Southern Illinois University Press, 2013.

    Fried, Gregory. Translator, with Richard Polt, of Martin Heidegger, Nature, History, State: 1933-1934 (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013).

    Huntemann, Nina B., and Ben Aslinger, eds. Gaming Globally: Production, Play and Place. Palgrave, 2013.

    Kimmel, Daniel M. Shh! It's a Secret: A Novel about Aliens, Hollywood, and the Bartender's Guide. Fantastic Books. 2013.

    Lee, M. & Fung A.Y. H. (2013). One region, two modernities: Disneyland in Tokyo and Hong Kong. In A. Y. H. Fung (Ed.), Asian Popular Culture: The Global (Dis)continuity (pp. 42-58). London: Routledge.

    Miller, D. Quentin. The Heath Anthology of American Literature (co-edited with Paul Lauter et. al.), 7th edition. Cengage, 2013.

    Mustakova-Poussardt, E., Lyubanksy, M., Basseches, M., Oxenberg, J., Eds. (2013) Toward a socially-responsible psychology for a global era. New York: Springer

    Royo, Sebastian.Lessons from the Economic Crisis in Spain. New York Palgrave, 2013

    The Infamous Rosalie by Evelyne Trouillot. Translated by M.A. Salvodon. Lincoln; London: University of Nebraska Press, 2013.

  • Articles and Book Chapters

    Abrams, Barbara, Boone, Gloria, and Gallant, Linda. "Memory and Transcendence of Place and Time in Online Holocaust Memorials." Speaking the Unspeakable: War, Trauma, and Remembrance, Ed. Jeanne Clark. Interdisciplinary Studies, Oxford, UK. 2013.

    Gebo, Erika & Sullivan, Christopher J. (2013). A Statewide Comparison of Gang and Non-Gang Youth in Public High Schools. Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice. Published online before print July 30, 2013, doi: 10.1177/1541204013495900

    Gergen, K.J. and Basseches, M. (2013) Practices of Psychological Inquiry: The Global Challenge. Chapter 3 in Mustakova-Poussardt, E., Lyubanksy, M., Basseches, M. and Oxenberg, J. Toward a socially-responsible psychology for a global era. New York: Springer

    Haughton, Jonathan. The Surprising Effects of the Great Recession: Losers and Winners in Thailand in 2008-09, World Development, 2014, 56: 77-92. [With Shahidur Khandker]

    Haughton, Jonathan. Does the Village Fund Matter in Thailand? Evaluating the Impact on Incomes and Spending, Journal of Asian Economics, 2013, 25: 3-16. [With Jirawan Boonperm and Shahidur Khandker]

    Haughton, Jonathan. Why is Agricultural Trade within ECOWAS So High?, Journal of African Economies, 2013, 22(1): 22-51. [With Abdoulaye Seck, Lassana Cissokho, and Kossi Makpayo]

    Jerram, Matthew, Gansler, David & Webb, Robert (2013) “Cognitive-Affective Bases of Behavior.” In A. Klee & B. Moore, eds., EPPP Fundamentals: Review for the Examination in Professional Practice in Psychology. New York: Springer.

    Fireman, G.D., Levin, R., Pope, A.W. (Accepted for publication). Narrative qualities of bad dreams and nightmares. Dreaming.

    Lee, Micky. (2014). From googol to Guge: The political economy of a search engine. In L. J. McGuigan & V. Manzerolle (Eds.), The audience commodity in a digital era: Revisiting a critical theory of commercial media (pp. 175-191). New York: Peter Lang.

    Lee, Micky. (2014). A review of communication scholarship on the financial markets and the financial media. International Journal of Communication, 8, 715-736.

    Lee, Micky. (2014). A feminist political economic critique of women and investment in the popular media. Feminist Media Studies, 14(4).

    Lee, Micky. (2013). Information and finance capital. Information, Communication and Society, 16(7), 1139-1156.

    Lee, Micky., & Raesch, M. (2014). How to study women, gender, and the financial markets: A modest proposal for communication scholars. Feminist Media Studies, 14(2).

    Mandl, Bette. "Composing Memory in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night." Eugene O'Neill. (Critical Insights Series.) Steven F. Bloom, ed. Salem Press, 2013. 173-188.

    Miller, D. Quentin. "The Brook Pool." In Bellevue Literary Review Vol. 14, No. 1 (Spring, 2014), pages 102-113.

    Miller, D. Quentin. "Sometimes The Most Eloquent Memorials Are The Least Permanent Ones." Cognoscenti, WBUR (NPR affiliate), 9 April 2014. http://cognoscenti.wbur.org/2014/04/09/marathon-memorial-bpl-quentin-miller

    Miller, D. Quentin. "Our Shifting Priorities: Taking The Essay Out Of The SAT." Cognoscenti, WBUR (NPR affiliate), 11 March 2014. http://cognoscenti.wbur.org/2014/03/11/essay-optional-d-quentin-miller?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=140311

    Miller, D. Quentin. "Invisible Man: Why Ralph Ellison's Classic Novel Still Matters." Cognoscenti, WBUR (NPR affiliate), 28 February 2014. http://cognoscenti.wbur.org/2014/02/28/ralph-waldo-ellison-d-quentin-miller

    Miller, D. Quentin. "Andre Dubus III," in American Writers, Supplement XXIV, ed. Jay Parini. New York: Scribner's, 2013. 97-112.

    Miller, D. Quentin. “Top Ten List” (short story), in Every Day Fiction (August 8, 2013).

    Mustakova-Poussardt, E., Basseches, M., Oxenberg, J, and Hansen, I. (2013) Transforming a Limited Social Function into a Viable Global Action Agenda. Chapter 2 in Mustakova-Poussardt, E., Lyubanksy, M., Basseches, M. and Oxenberg, J. Toward a socially-responsible psychology for a global era. New York: Springer

    Mustakova-Poussardt, E. and Basseches, M. (2013) Processes in the Development of Individual and Collective Consciousness and the Role of Religious and Spiritual Communities. Chapter 11 in Mustakova-Poussardt, E., Lyubanksy, M., Basseches, M. and Oxenberg, J. Toward a socially-responsible psychology for a global era. New York: Springer

    Rosellini, Jay. "Causa Fritzl = Causa Austria? Anmerkungen zu einigen journalistischen und literarischen Interventionen." [Translation: "The Case of Fritzl = The Case of Austria? Comments on some journalistic and literary interventions."] In: Glossen 37 (November, 2013). http://blogs.dickinson.edu/glossen/most-recent-issue-glossen-372013/jay-roselliniglossen-37-2013/

    Rosellini, Jay. "Thomas Müntzer – Ein Film deutscher Geschichte (DEFA, 1956)." [Translation: "Thomas Müntzer - A Film about German History."] In: Handbuch Nachkriegskultur: Literatur, Sachbuch und Film in Deutschland (1945-1962). Ed. Elena Agazzi and Erhard Schütz. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2013, pp. 372-376.

    Smithyman, T.F., Fireman, G.D., Asher, Y (In press). Long-term psychosocial consequences of peer victimization: From elementary to high school. School Psychology Quarterly.

    Sukanya Ray with students Michelle Jackson and Danica Bybell. "International Students in the U.S.: Social and Psychological Adjustment". Journal of International Students, Spring 2013 Vol. 3 Issue 1.

    Suleski, Ronald. (2013) Collecting Research Materials in Shanghai: A Qing Dynasty Astrologer’s Prediction for the Future, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society China, New Series, Vol 75 No. 1 (2013), 139-161.

    Suleski, Ronald. (2013) Constructing the Family in Republican China: Shandong 1944, Frontiers in Chinese History, 8 (4) (Dec 2013), 585–602.

    Suleski, Ronald. (2013). In a Sea of Bitterness: Refugees During the Sino-Japanese War, Journal of Modern Chinese History, Vol 7 No 2 (18 Nov 2013). Book Review.

    White-Ajmani, M. L., & Bursik, K. "Situational context moderates the relationship between moral disengagement and aggression". Psychology of Violence. 2013.

  • Exhibits

    Fried, Gregory. Curator, “The Mirror of Race: Seeing Ourselves through History,” The Adams Gallery, Suffolk University, 120 Tremont Street, Boston, 02108, December 14, 2013 – February 25, 2014.

    Martin, Lydia. Six Summit Gallery, Ivoryton, CT, In the Pink, national juried exhibition held during breast cancer awareness month, October 2013.

    Martin, Lydia. National Arts Club, Gramercy Park, NY, 117th Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club Open Juried Exhibition, October 2013.

    Martin, Lydia. Chabot Gallery, Providence, RI, ongoing gallery artists’ exhibition; spring, summer and fall 2013.

    Martin, Lydia. Salmagundi Art Club, New York, NY, Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club Member’s Spring Exhibition; March 2013.

    Martin, Lydia. Suffolk University, Boston, MA, Adams Gallery at Sargent Hall, NESAD Faculty Exhibition; February 2013.

  • Awards and Grants

    Lydia Martin, a professor at Suffolk's New England School of Art and Design (NESAD), won a Marion and Jasper Whiting Foundation Faculty Fellowship. The fellowship funded a summer research trip to France, where she studied 20th century artists and designers who participated in ballets in Paris.

2011-2012

  • Books

    Barber, Jennifer. Given Away (Tucson, Arizona: Kore Press, 2012).

    Frey, Lawrence R., and Kevin M. Carragee, eds. Communication Activism: Struggling for Social Justice Amidst Differences. Hampton Press, 2012.

    Gebo, Erika and Brenda J. Bond, Eds. (2012). Looking Beyond Suppression: Community Responses to Gang Violence. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

    Miller, D. Quentin. A Criminal Power: James Baldwin and the Law. The Ohio State University Press, 2012.

  • Articles and Book Chapters

    Armbruster, Elif. edited and wrote the introduction and notes to a new edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin (Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1852). Sterling Publishing and Barnes & Noble. 2012.

    Berg, John C. “Environmental Policy: The Success and Failure of Obama,” in William J. Crotty, ed., The Obama Administration: Promise and Performance, (Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2012).

    Bond, Brenda J. and Erika Gebo. (2012). "Comparing the Implementation of a Best Practice Crime Policy across Cities.” Administration & Society.
    Published online before print October 8, 2012, doi: 10.1177/0095399712459721

    Bonikowski, Wyatt. "The Old Church" and "Sister Finds a Box." Wigleaf (online literary journal). Nov. 27, 2012.

    Colvin, Kelly Ricciardi. "Solidarity or Suspicion: Gender, Enfranchisement, and Popular Culture in Liberation France". Journal of Women's History, Volume 24, No. 2, Summer 2012.

    Connolly, Thomas F. “Neither Fallen Angel nor Risen Ape: Desentimentalizing Robert Smith.” Eugene O’Neill’s One-Act Plays: New Critical Perspectives. Edited by Michael Y. Bennett and Benjamin D. Carson. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. p. 145-161.

    Connolly, Thomas F. “Challenging Traditional Approaches to Eugene O’Neill". Ostrava Journal of English Philology. Vol. 4, no. 1. 2012. p. 45-57.

    Haughton, Jonathan. Bubble Rap: Visualizing Poverty Dynamics, Case Studies in Business, Industrial, and Government Statistics, 2012, 5(1): 67-74.

    Hayes, S., Usmani, A., Lee, J.K., Roemer, L., & Orsillo, S.M. "A fresh look at potential mechanisms of change in applied relaxation for generalized anxiety disorder: A case series". Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 2011.12.005.

    Lee, Micky. "Time and the political economy of financial television". Journal of Communication Inquiry. November 2012.

    Lundgren, J. D. & Orsillo, S.M. "The science and practice of mentoring in psychology doctoral training". Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 26 (3), 196-209. 2012.

    McCarthy, Joseph M."Cabinet (U.S.)", "Logistics, Mexican", and "Military Tactics, Mexican" in Spencer Tucker, ed., Encyclopedia of the Mexican-American War ABC-Clio, 2012.

    McMickens, T. L. (2012). "Running the race when race is a factor". Phi Delta Kappan, 93(8), 39-43.

    Miller, D. Quentin. “Myoclonus of the Diaphragm” (short story) in Atticus Review (March 20, 2012).

    Miller, D. Quentin. “The Trouble with the Other N-Word” in The Chronicle of Higher Education (July 31, 2012).

    Miller, D. Quentin. “Free Men in Paris: The Shared Sensibility of James Baldwin and Ernest Hemingway.” In Hemingway and the Black Renaissance, ed. Gary Holcomb. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State UP, 2012 (120-132).

    Miller, D. Quentin. “Deep in the Brain” (short story) in Spilling Ink Review (Vol. 8, June 1, 2012).

    Pica-Smith, C., & Veloria, C., (2012). "At risk means a minority kid: Deconstructing deficit discourses in the study of risk in education and human services". Pedagogy and the Human Sciences Journal.

    Roemer, L. & Orsillo, S.M. "Anxiety disorders: Acceptance, compassion and wisdom". In C. Germer & R.D. Siegel (eds.). Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy: Deepening Mindfulness in Clinical Practice. Guilford Press, 2012.

    Rosellini, Jay. "Neues Serbien? Neuer Handke" [New Serbia? New Handke?"] In: Glossen 33 (November, 2011). [http://blogs.dickinson.edu/glossen/most-recent-issue-glossen-332011/]

    Rosellini, Jay. “The Seminar for Freshmen as a Platform for Launching Austrian (and German) Studies.” In: Die Unterrichtspraxis / Teaching German. Special Issue on Austria. Fall, 2012 (Online).

    Wilson, Joyce. “Reading Elizabeth Bishop’s ‘At the Fishhouses’ through the Critics” pp. 21-23 and “At the Citadel,” p. 24, Literary Matters, Volume 5.2, Spring/Summer 2012.

  • Exhibits

    Gabrielle Barzaghi. “Into the Woods, Recent Drawings by Gabrielle Barzaghi.” Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester, MA. November 2012-January 2013.

    Ilona Anderson. "Dwell: A Drawing Installation" (one-person show). Kingston Gallery. Boston, MA.