Harry Bartnick, Foundation Studies, is included in the book 100 Boston Painters that features the work of well-established and upcoming artists.
Jennifer Barber, English. Her collection of poetry, Given Away, was published by Kore Press.
Eric Bellone, Government. His paper “Private Attorney-Client Communications and the Effect of Videoconferencing in the Courtroom” was accepted for publication in the Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology.
Tom Connolly, English, has had a chapter and an article published, both about playwright Eugene O'Neill: “Neither Fallen Angel nor Risen Ape: Desentimentalizing Robert Smith,” in Eugene O’Neill’s One-Act Plays: New Critical Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, and “Challenging Traditional Approaches to Eugene O’Neill,” in the Ostrava Journal of English Philology. Vol. 4, no. 1, 2012.
Lin Guo, Finance. Her coauthored paper "Corporate governance and market segmentation: evidence from the price difference between Chinese A and H shares," was accepted for publication in Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.
Jonathan Haughton, Economics, had an article “Non-Tariff Barriers on Agricultural Trade within ECOWAS: Extent, Effects, and Trade Implications,” co-authored with Suffolk University alumni Abdoulaye Seck, Lassana Cissokho and Kossi Makpayo, published in the Journal of African Economies. In addition, he had two working papers published by the World Bank: “Household Coping and Response to Government Stimulus in an Economic Crisis: Evidence from Thailand” (with Shahid Khandker, Gayatri Koolwal, and Somchai Jitsuchon) and “Appraising the Thailand Village Fund” (with Jirawan Boonperm, Shahidur Khandker, and Pungpond Rukumnuaykit).
Nina Huntemann, Communication and Journalism, is the coeditor of the essay collection Gaming Globally: Production, Play & Place, with Ben Aslinger. Palgrave 2013.
Abu Jalal and Shahriar Khaksari, Finance. Their case “Raising Capital in China” was accepted for publication in The CASE Journal (2012).
Abu Jalal and Alexandros Prezas, Finance. Their joint paper "Outsider CEO Succession and Firm Performance" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Economics and Business.
Micky Lee, Communication and Journalism, has published two articles: "A feminist political economic critique of women and investment in the popular media" in Feminist Media Studies and "Time and the political economy of financial television" in the Journal of Communication Inquiry. In addition, her essay "A feminist political economy of communication" was reprinted in the book Current Perspectives in Feminist Media Studies.
Montgomery Link, Philosophy, is the coeditor of a collection of essays Hao Wang, Logician and Philosopher, with Charles Parsons (College Publications). Link’s translations and a survey article “Hao Wang’s Chinese writings,” coauthored with Richard Jandovitz, are included in the volume.
Anne Macdonald, Information Technology, published her first novel Deadlines are Murder.
Quentin Miller, English, published an essay "The Trouble with the Other N-Word" in The Chronicle of Higher Education. He also published a short story "Deep in the Brain" in Spilling Ink Review.
Lauren Nolfo-Clements, Biology, has published “Habitat Selection by Nutria in a Freshwater Louisiana Marsh” in Southeastern Naturalist 11(2): 183-204 (2012).
Stefan Platikanov, Finance. His paper "Corporate Investments and Learning,”co-authored with Nathalie Moyen, was accepted for publication in the Review of Finance.
Sebastián Royo, vice provost for student success, published two newspaper articles in Cinco Días: “Lecciones de Grecia e Irlanda” and “Las Elecciones en EEUU Empiezan Ahora.”
Lisa F. Shatz, Engineering, has published “The Frequency Response of the Vibrissae of Harp Seal, Pagophilus Groenlandicus, to Sound in Air and Water” in the Jan. 22, 2013 edition of Plos One, a peer-reviewed, open access journal.
Ronald Suleski, director of the Barbara and Richard M. Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies, has published two books. They are Chinese language editions of The Fairbank Center for East Asian Research at Harvard University: A fifty-year history, 1955-2005, published as Hafu daxue Fei Zhengqing zhongxin wushinian shi 哈佛大學 費政情中心 50 年時 and a Civil government in warlord China: tradition, modernization and Manchuria, published as Zhang Zuolin he Wang Yongjiang: Beiyang zhengfu shiqi de Fengtian zhengfu 張作霖 和 王永江: 北洋 軍閥時期的 奉天政府(Zhang Zuolin and Wang Yongjiang: The Fengtian Government During the Beiyang Warlord Period).