Faculty Publications

Faculty Publications

Faculty Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications from 2018

CHSS Dean’s Office

Nawal H. Ammar. (2023). “Overview: Ecofeminism: Middle East and North Africa (MENA).” In Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures, General Editor Suad Joseph.  

-----. (2022). "Ecofeminism in Islam." The Falsafa – Yearbook for Islamic Philosophy of Religion. “Welt-Umwelt-Mitwelt” (“Surroundings”). Westfälische WilhelmsUniversity, Münster, Germany. 

Ammar, N.H., Orloff, L.E. and Couture-Carron, A. (2020). Immigrant victims of interpersonal violence and protection orders. In R.E. Fleury-Steiner, M.K. Hefner, and S. Miller, S.L. (Eds.), Civil Court Responses to Intimate partner Violence. Cognella Press.

Ammar N. & Arshia, Z. (2019). Methodological challenges in collaborative research with immigrant women experiencing intimate partner violence in Canada. In M.D. Deflem and D.M.D. Silva (Eds.), Methods of Criminology and Criminal Justice Research. (Sociology of Crime, Law, and Deviance, Volume 24). Emerald Publishing.

Rodrigues, R., Orloff, L.E.; Couture-Carron, A., Ammar, N.H. (2018). Promoting access to justice for immigrant crime victims and children: Findings of a national judicial survey and recommendations. Trends in State Courts, Courts and Society.

King, A., Eamer, A. & Ammar, N. (2018). Participation and persistence: An analysis of underserved students at UOIT. In B. Merril, A.N. Galimberti, and J. Gonzalez-Monteagudo (Eds.), Continuity and Discontinuity in Learning Careers: Potential for a Learning Space in a Changing World. Brill.

Rodrigues, R, Husain A., Couture-Carron, A., Orloff, L. E., Ammar, N.H. (2018). Access to Justice for Immigrant and Limited English Proficient Crime Victims in an Age of Increased Immigration Enforcement: Initial Report From a 2017 National Survey. American Civil Liberties Union.

English Department

   Narrative Machine


Meadowsong, Zena. Narrative Machine: The Naturalist, Modernist, and Postmodernist Novel. Routledge, 2019.

Willan, Claude. Literary Authority: an Eighteenth-Century Genealogy. Stanford University Press, March 2023.

Articles and Book Chapters:

Coulombe, Joe. “Let’s Stop Calling Them Slave Narratives: Anagrammatical Blackness in Our Academic Discourse.” College English, vol. 85, no. 2, November 2022, pp. 107-132.

-----. “Like A Clown Shot Out of a Cannon: The Function of Humor in Louis Owen’s Nightland.” Louis Owens: Writing Land and Legacy, edited by Joseph Lockard and A. Robert Lee, University of New Mexico Press, 2019. 

Cushman, Dustin. “The African Roots of Nnedi Okorafor’s Aliens and Cyborgs.” The Routledge Handbook to
CoFuturisms, edited by Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay, Grace Dillon, Isaiah Lavender III, and
Taryne Taylor. New York: Routledge, 2023. 

-----. “The Planet Already Turned Black: Colonization and Networked Subjectivity in Tade
Thompson’s Wormwood Trilogy.” Extrapolation 62.1 (2021): 63-81.

-----. “Transgression, Boundaries, and Power: Rethinking the Space of Postcolonial Literature.” Spatial Literary Studies, edited by Robert Tally, Jr., Routledge, 2020.

-----. “Cosmos and Polis: Space and Place in Okorafor’s SF.” Science Fiction Studies, vol. 46, no. 2, July 2019, pp. 268-288.

-----. “Binti’s Cosmopolitan Ecologies.” The Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry, vol. 6, no. .2, April 2019, pp. 237-256.

-----. “How Did They Come to This?: Afropolitanism, Migration, and Displacement.” Research in African Literatures, vol 49, no. 2, Summer 2018, pp. 125-146.

Friend, Bill. “From the Oikos to the Cosmos: The Anti-Economics of Ezra Pound.” A Companion to Ezra Pound’s Economics, edited by Roxana Preda and Ralf Lufter, Edinburgh University Press, 2019.

-----. “The Accidental Avant-Garde: Lucas and Morrow’s What A Life!.” Aesthetic Turns, vol. 3, no. 2, 2018.

Hammond, Yvonne. “Prison Days: Observations and Reservations of a Public Scholar.” Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal, Special Issue: Prison Narratives and Criminalization, vol. 15, no. 2, 2019.

Hyde, Emily. “Denis Williams at Midcentury: Global Modernism and the Book Form,” The Bloomsbury
Handbook to Postcolonial Print Cultures, Bloomsbury, 2023.

-----. “Postcolonial Modernism and the Camera Eye: Eliot Elisofon’s Photographs of African Art,”
Modernism/modernity, Vol. 28, No. 4, November 2021, pp. 607-635. 

-----. “Photographic Futurity.” Post-45, issue 3: September 2019.

Lomuto, Sierra. “Contexts: Race.” Global Medieval Travel Writing: A Literary History, ed. Sebastian Sobecki. Cambridge University Press, 2023.

-----. “Belle da Costa Greene and the Undoing of ‘Medieval’ Studies.” boundary 2: An International Journal of Literature and Culture, 50.3. 2023. “Drifting into the Fog: The Opacity of the Past in Caroline Bergvall’s Drift.”

-----. Caroline Bergvall’s Medievalist Poetics: Migratory Texts and Transhistoric Methods, eds. Joshua Davies and Caroline Bergvall. Arc Humanities Press, 2023.

-----. “Becoming Postmedieval: The Stakes of the Global Middle Ages.” Special anniversary issue: Race, Revulsion, and Revolution, eds. Mary Rambaran-Olm, Bre Leake, and Micah Goodrich. postmedieval, vol. 11, no. 4, 2020.

-----. “The Mongol Princess of Tars: Global Relations and Racial Formation in The King of Tars, c. 1330.” Exemplaria, vol. 31, no. 3, 2019.

-----.“Race and Vulnerability: Mongols in Thirteenth-Century Ethnographic Travel Writing.” Rethinking Medieval Margins and Marginality, edited by Debra Blumenthal, Kathryn Reyerson, Tiffany D. Vann Sprecher, and Ann Zimo, Routledge. 2020.

Meadowsong, Zena.“Waste Lands: The Lost Infrastructure of Jean Rhys’s ‘Temps Perdi.’” Feminist Modernist Studies, vol. 6, no. 2, Spring 2023, pp. 101-112.

-----. “Conrad’s Imperial Machine: Nostromo.” The Conradian, vol. 45, no. 1, Spring 2020, pp. 38-56.

Slater,​ Katharine. “Dearly Departed: Displacement and The Arrival’s Spectral Refugee.” Children’s
Literature in Place, eds. Jennifer Miskec and Željka Flegar, Routledge, 2023.

-----. “‘Lurched Forward and Stopped’: Last Stop on Market Street and Black Mobility.” Children’s Literature in Education, vol. 51, no. 4, 2020, pp. 451-465.

-----.  “Here and Not Now: The Queer Geographies of This One Summer.” Research on Diversity in Youth Literature, vol. 2, no, 1, 2019. 19 pp.

-----.“Play It Again, Pa: Repetition in Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Biography and Little: Novels.” Reconsidering Laura Ingalls Wilder: Little House and Beyond, edited by Miranda Green-Barteet and Anne Phillips, UP Mississippi, 2019, pp. 3-17.

Smith, Marquita R. “Introduction” (co-written with Christina Baade and Kristin McGee). Beyoncé in the World: Making Meaning with Queen Bey in Troubled Times, edited by Christina Baade and Kristin A.
McGee, Wesleyan University Press, 2021, pp. 1-32.

-----. “‘A Woman Should Have Something of Her Own’: Ethical Reproduction in Octavia Butler’s Wild Seed.” Octavia Butler’s Afrofuturist Visions: Reframing Identity, Culture, and History, edited by Lilith Acadia and Ji Hyun Lee, Lexington Books, 2020.

-----. “Of Kin and Kind.” ‘Membering Austin Clarke: A Writer, A Life, edited by Paul Barrett, Wilfred Laurier Press, November 2020.

-----.“Birthing a New World: Black Women as Surrogates of Liberation in James Baldwin’s If Beale Street Could Talk.” James Baldwin Review, 2020.

-----. “‘Don’t Be a Martyr’: Kinship, Intimacy, and Carceral Care in Ava DuVernay’s Middle of Nowhere.” Special issue of The Black Scholar, vol. 48, no. 1, 2018, pp. 6-19.

-----. “Visions of Wondaland: On Janelle Monáe’s Afrofuturism.” Popular Music and the Politics of Hope: Queer and Feminist Interventions, edited by Craig Jennex and Susan Fast, Routledge, 2019, pp. 31-48.

Willan, Claude. “Introduction”. Special Issue on John Dennis: John Dennis: Playwright, Proposer, Patriot. Ed.
Claude Willan. 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, Vol.
25. (February 2020).

History Department

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Books and Edited Volumes:

Dack, Mikkel. Everyday Denazification in Postwar Germany: The Fragebogen and Political Screening During the Allied Occupation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, April 2023.

Gedacht, Joshua and R. Michael Feener, eds. Challenging Cosmopolitanism: Coercion, Mobility and Displacement in Islamic Asia. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018.

Hague, Stephen. At Home in the Eighteenth Century: Interrogating Domestic Space, edited with Karen Lipsedge. Routledge, 2022.

Klapper, Melissa. Ballet Class: An American History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020.

Lindman, Janet. A Vivifying Spirit: Quaker Practice and Reform in Antebellum America. Pennsylvania State University, 2022.

Sharnak, Debbie. Of Light and Struggle: Social Justice, Human Rights, and Accountability in Uruguay. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2023.

Wang, Edward. Integration and Interaction: New Perspectives on Comparative Historiography. Peking University Press, 2023.

-----. Western Historiography in Asia: Circulation, Critique, Comparison. lead editor (with Ōkamoto Michihiro and Li Longguo). De Gruyter, 2022. (Introduction and translations of five articles).

-----., editor. Historiography: Critical Readings, 4 volumes in 1,600 pages with an introduction to each volume. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021.

Wang, Edward, and Zhang Xupeng, eds. Philosophy of history and historical theory of our times: figures, schools and issues. Beijing: Social Science Publishing House, 2020 (in Chinese).

Wang, Edward. Must written history be anthropocentric history? Twenty essays in Western historiography, Shanghai: Shanghai People's Press, 2020 (in Chinese).

Wiltenburg, Joy. Laughing Histories: From the Renaissance Man to the Woman of Wit. Routledge, 2022.

Articles and Book Chapters:

Blanck, Emily. “Juneteenth in the Fillmore District, 1945-2016.” Western Historical Quarterly 50, Issue 2 (Summer 2019): 85-112.

Carrigan, William. “African Americans and the Lynching of Foreign Nationals in the United States.” Journal of World History, 33:4, 2022.  

-----. “Lynching in the New South a Quarter Century Later.” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 20:1 (January 2021): 66-73, 168-173.

Carrigan, William, and Clive Webb. “Linchamientos:  Mob Violence against Persons of Mexican Descent in the United States.” In Latino Peoples in the New America: Racialization and Resistance, edited by José A. Cobas, Joe Feagin, Daniel Delgado and Maria Chávez, 19-45. New York: Taylor and Francis, 2019.

Dack, Mikkel.“Combating Police Extremism: An International Perspective.” In Extremism in Policing: A Reference Handbook. Eds. Carla Lewandowski and Jeff Bumgarner. ABC-Clio, 2023.

-----. “A Question of Consent: The Alberta Eugenics Movement and the 1937 Amendment to the Sexual Sterilization Act.” In Exploring the Relationship of Eugenics and Psychiatry: Canadian and Trans-Atlantic Perspectives, 1905-1972, edited by Frank Stahnisch and Erna Kerbegovic. Edmonton, AB, Athabasca University Press, 2020.

-----. “A Comparative Study of French Denazification: Instruments and Procedures in Allied Occupied Germany.” In La France et la dénazification de l’Allemagne après 1945, edited by Sébastien Chauffour et al., 109-27. Brussels: Peter Lang, 2019.

Duke-Bryant, Kelly. “A ‘Sentiment of Humanity?’: Child Protection, Surveillance, and State Guardianship in Senegal, 1895-1910.” In Diverse Unfreedoms: The Afterlives and Transformations of Post-Transatlantic Bondages, edited by Sarada Balagopalan, Cati Coe, and Keith Green. New York: Routledge, 2020.

-----. “Runaways, Dutiful Daughters, and Brides: Family Strategies of Formerly Enslaved Girls in Senegal, 1895-1911.” Women, Gender, and Families of Color, Special Issue on Black Girlhood 7 no. 1  (2019): 37-55.

-----. “Changing Childhood: ‘Liberated Minors,’ Guardianship, and the Colonial State in Senegal, 1895-1911.” Journal of African History 60, no. 2 (2019): 209-28.

-----. “Dear Monsieur Administrator’: Student Writing and the Question of ‘Voice’ in Early Colonial Senegal.” In Children’s Voices in the Past: New Historical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives, edited by Kristine Moruzi, Nell Musgrove, and Carla Pascoe, 85-105. Switzerland: Palgrave-MacMillan, 2019.

Gedacht, Joshua. “Native Americans, the Ottoman Empire, and Global Narratives of Islam in the US Colonial Philippines, 1900-1914.” In American and Muslim Worlds before 1900, edited by John Ghazvinian and Mitch Fraas, 128-138. New York: Bloomsbury, 2020.

-----. “Muhammadiyah, Membership Dues, and the Islamic Economy in Colonial Aceh.” In Muslim Piety as Economy: Markets, Meaning and Morality in Southeast Asia, edited by Johan Fischer and Jeremy Jammes, 53-74. New York: Routledge, 2019.

-----. Co-Author with R. Michael Feener, “Hijra, Hajj, and Muslim Mobilities: Considering Power Dynamics in Histories of Islamic Cosmopolitanism.” In Challenging Cosmopolitanism: Coercion, Mobility and Displacement in Islamic Asia,eds. Joshua Gedacht and R. Michael Feener, 1-29. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018.

------. “The ‘Shaykh al-Islam of the Philippines’ and Coercive Cosmopolitanism in an Age of Global Empire.” In Challenging Cosmopolitanism: Coercion, Mobility and Displacement in Islamic Asia, eds. Joshua Gedacht and R. Michael Feener, 172-202. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018.

Hague, Stephen. “An ‘American Bearskin Merchant’ in the ‘Wilds of Pennsylvania’: Trade and the British country house in North America.” In Jon Stobart, ed., Global Goods and the Country House. UCL Press,

-----. “Alternate approaches to country house collections in the USA,” in Terence Dooley and
Christopher Ridgeway, eds., Country House Collections: Their Past, Present and Future. Four
Courts Press, 2021.

-----. ‘“It was voted to refurnish the house as far as possible”: Alternate approaches to country house collections in the USA.” In Country House Collections: Their Past, Present and Future, edited by Terence Dooley and Christopher Ridgeway. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2020.

-----. “The House.” In A Cultural History of the Home in the Age of Enlightenment, edited by C. Edwards, ed. U.K.: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020.

------. “Face, Place and Power:  James Logan, Stenton and the Anglo-American Gentleman’s House.” In A Material World: Culture, Society, and the Life of Things in Early Anglo-America, edited by G. Boudreau and M. Lovell. Penn State University Press, 2019.

Heinzen, James. “Soviet Entrepreneurs in the Late Socialist Shadow Economy: The Case of the Kyrgyz Affair.” Slavic Review vol. 79, no 3 (Fall, 2020), 544-565.

-----. “Entrepreneurs on the Edge: Creativity and the Soviet Shadow Economy under Late Socialism.” Slavic Review: Interdisciplinary Quarterly of Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies 79 (Fall 2020).

-----“Soviet People’s Informal Interactions with Officials of the Stalin-Era Party-State.” In Life in Stalin’s Soviet Union, edited by Cornelis Boterbloem. UK: Bloomsbury, 2019.

Klapper, Melissa. “The ‘American Jewess’ in Transition: New Patterns and Opportunities, 1865-1900.” In Jonathan D. Sarna and Adam Mendelsohn, eds., Yearning to Be Free: The Jews in Gilded Age America
(Princeton, 2022), 306-337.

-----. “American Jewish Women’s International Travel and Activism at the Turn of the Twentieth Century.”
Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 21 (April 2022): 172-189.

-----. "Gender and the Experiences of Ashkenazic Jewish Girls and Women in the United States from the Mid Nineteenth Through the Early Twentieth Century.” In Federica Francesconi and Rebecca Lynn
Winer, eds., Jewish Women’s History from Antiquity to the Present (Wayne State, 2021).

-----.  “Discipline and the Art of Dancing in Twentieth-Century British and American Ballet Books for Girls.” Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth 12 (Fall 2019): 453-471.

-----.  “The Great Adventure of 1929: The Impact of Travel Abroad on American Jewish Women’s Identity.” American Jewish History 102, no. 1 (January 2018): 85-107.

Lindman, Janet Moore. “’The pleasures of traveling in Liberty Plains’: Practical Piety and Material Culture in the Transatlantic Quaker Community,” Quaker Studies 27, 1 (2022):29-49.

-----. “’A Very Curious Religious Game’: Spiritual Maps and Material Culture in Early America,” Commonplace: The Journal of Early America Life. http://commonplace.online/article/a-verycurious-religious-game/.

-----. “Introduction” and Guest Editor, “Women’s and Gender History in Pennsylvania,” special issues in honor of the 100th anniversary of the women’s suffrage amendment. Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies 87, no. 3 and 4 (Summer 2020 and Fall 2020): 549-453 and 589-590.

 -----. “’Deluded Women’ and‘Violent Men’: Gender, Language and the Hicksite Schism.” Quaker History 109, no. 1 (Spring 2020): 1-26.

-----. “’To have a gradual weaning & be ready and willing to resign all’: Maternity, Piety and Pain among Quaker Women of the Early Mid-Atlantic.” Early American Studies 17, no. 4 (special issue: Women and Religion in the Early Americas) (fall 2019): 498-518.

Manning, Jody. "Memory Passages: Holocaust Memorials in the United States and Germany by Natasha
Goldman Book Review” American Jewish History, Vol. 105, Issue 3 (Fall 2021): 438-440.

Morschauser, Scott. "`Seeing That You Have Not Withheld Your Son': An Overlooked Motif in
Genesis 22," Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 45.3 (2021) (pp. 291-308),

-----. "War Cry or War Atrocity?  Sinuhe's Defeat of the `Hero" of Retenu." The Journal of  Egyptian Archeology 105 (2019).

Rose, Chanelle. “Reimagining Black Conservatism: The Invisible Black Community and the Forgotten War on “Black-on-Black Crime” during the Post–World War II Urban Crisis (1970s-1980s)." Journal of Urban History (Fall 2022): 1-19.

Bean-Folkes, J., Browne, S., & Rose, C. "No Excuses Believing and Achieving." In Patton Davis (Ed.)
Re-authoring Savage Inequalities: Counter-Narratives of Striving and Success in Urban Education. SUNY Press, 2023.

Chanelle Rose and Benjamin Saracco. “Camden, Neoliberalism, and Black Mayoral Leadership (1980s-present).” In Black Movement: African Americans, Cities and Post-Black Power America, University of North Carolina Press, 2023.

Sharnak, Debbie. “Affirmative Action and Coded Discrimination: The Struggles for Racial Equality in
Uruguay.” In The Right Against Rights in Latin America, edited by Leigh Payne and Julia
Zulver. New York: Oxford University Press, 2023.

-----. "The Road to Recognition: Afro-Uruguayan Activism and the Struggle for Visibility." In Narratives of Mass Atrocity: Victims and Perpetrators in the Aftermath, edited by Sarah Federman and Ronald Niezen, 140-169. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2022.

-----. “Operation Condor Trial: Transnational Prosecution and Its Effects.” In The Impact of Human Rights Prosecutions: Insights from European, Latin American, and African PostConflict Societies, edited by Rosario Figari Layus and Ulrike Capdepón. Leuven, Belgium: Leuven University Press, 2020. 

-----. “Reagan and the Waning Years of Uruguay’s Military Rule: Democracy Promotion and the Redefinition of Human Rights.” In The Reagan Administration, The Cold War, and the Transition to Democracy Promotion, edited by Michael Schmidli and Robert Pee, 189-208. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.

Wang, Edward. “World History on a Par with Chinese History? China’s Search for World Power in Three Stages.” Global Intellectual History, 7:2 (2022), 303-324. 

-----. “Toward A Multidirectional Future of Historiography: Globality, Interdisciplinarity, and Posthumanity.” History and Theory 59:2 (June 2020): 283-302.

----. “World History on a Par with Chinese History? China’s Search for World Power in Three Stages.” Global Intellectual History, March 2020.

-----. “Chinese Revolutions and the Ebb and Flow of Revolutionary Historiography.” Routledge Handbook of Revolutionary China, edited by Alan Baumler, 318-352. London: Routledge, 2020.

-----. "Can oral testimonies be historical evidence? three challenges of emotions history to modern historiography." Social Science Frontiers, 3 (2020) (in Chinese).

-----. "Virtue, persona and milieu: a new perspective on the changing intellectual trend from the late Qing to the May Fourth era." Social Science Review, 2 (2020). (in Chinese).

-----. “Why Can’t Oral Testimonies Be Historical Facts? The Study of ‘Comfort Women’ and Its Challenge to Modern Historiography.” Storia della Storiografia, 76:2 (2019): 83-102.

-----. “The Chinese Historiography of the May Fourth Movement, 1990s to the Present.” Twentieth-Century China 44, no. 2 (May 2019): 138-149.

-----. “Interpretive and Investigative: The Emergence and Characteristics of Modern Scholarly Personae in China, 1900-1930.” In How to Be a Historian: Scholarly Personae in Historical Studies, 1800-2000, edited by Herman Paul, 107-129. Manchester: University of Manchester Press, 2019.

-----. "Exploring a new horizon in history: the rise of the history of emotions and its three major characteristics." Journal of Peking University, 4 (2019) (in Chinese).

-----. “Re-Presenting Asia on the Global Stage: The Rise of Global History Studies in East Asia.” In Global History, Globally: Research and Practice around the World, edited by Sven Beckert & Dominic Sachsenmaier, 45-66. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018.

-----. “How Do We Globalize the Study of Historiography? Reflections on the Legacy of Georg G. Iggers (1926-2017).” Storia della Storiografia, 73:1 (2018): 17-32.

Wiltenburg, Joy. “Early Modern Embodiments of Laughter: The Journal of Felix Platter.” In Feelings Materialized: Emotions, Bodies, and Things in Modern Germany,” edited by Derek Hillard, Russell Spinney, and Heikki Lempa, 115-126. Spektrum: Publications of the German Studies Association Book 21, Berghahn Books, 2020.

Law and Justice Studies

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Books and Edited Volumes:

Houser, K., & Arnold-Schlager, M. (2023). Rethinking the Reentry Paradigm: A Blueprint for Action. 2nd ed. Carolina Academic Press.

Lewandowski, C. and Bumgarner, J. (2024). Extremism in the Police: A Reference Handbook. Bloomsbury Academic.

Lewandowski, C. and Bumgarner, J., eds. (2020). Criminal Justice in America: The Encyclopedia of Crime, Law Enforcement, Courts, and Corrections. ABC-CLIO.

Articles and Book Chapters:

Schmuhl, M., Mills, C., Capellan, J. A., & Silva, J. R. (2023). Racial and gender threat and the death penalty: A county‑level examination of sociopolitical factors influencing death sentences. Criminal Justice Policy Re‑view.

Katherine, B., Figueroa, R., & Capellan, J. A. (2023). Residential urban food environment profiles and diet
outcomes among adults in brooklyn, NY: A cross‑sectional study. Public Health Nutrition.

Koppel, S., Capellan, J. A., & Sharp, J. (2022). Disentangling the impact of covid‑19: An interrupted time
series analysis of crime in New York City. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 1–27. 

Sung, H.‑E., Capellan, J., & Barthuly, B. (2022). Trust in the police and the militarisation of law enforce‑
ment in latin america. Policing and Society, 32(3), 311–340. 

Paez, G. R., Capellan, J. A., & Johnson, M. G. (2021). Contextualising mass school shootings in the united
states. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling.

Capellan, J., Kim, C., Porter, J., & Sung, H.‑E. (2021). Can information about “safe places” reduce female
victimisation in honduras? A quasi‑experimental evaluation of the safeWalking app. International Journal of
Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 1–14.

Chintakrindi, S., Capellan, J., Porter, J. R., Wilson, M. B., & Gupta, S. (2021). Examining the effects of psy‑
chiatric symptoms, brain injury symptoms, and low self‑control on the placement of inmates in admin‑
istrative segregation and their risk for suicidal ideation. Kriminologija & Socijalna Integracija, 29(1), 3–23.

Kim, C., Capellan, J. A., Sung, H.‑E., & Orellana, E. R. (2021). Combating IPV with community leaders in Honduras: An evaluation of an IPV training program among teachers and health professionals. Violence Against Women.

Kim, C., Capellan, J. A., & Adler, A. (2021). Exploring the empirical literature on mass shooting: A mixed‑
method systematic review of peer‑reviewed journal articles. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 58.

Capellan, J. A., & Silva, J. R. (2021). An investigation of mass public shooting attacks against government
targets in the united states. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 44(5), 387–409. 

Silva, J. R., Capellan, J. A., Schmuhl, M. A., & Mills, C. E. (2021). Gender‑basedmass shootings: An examination of attacks motivated by grievances against women. Violence Against Women.

E., Schmuhl, M., & Capellan, J. A. (2020). Examining the effects of cultural and structural gender inequality on the incidence of mass public shootings. Violence and Victims, 35 (6), 885-905.

Mills, C. E., Schmuhl, M., & Capellan, J. A. (2020). Far-right violence as backlash against gender equality: A county-level analysis of structural and ideological gender inequality and homicides committed by far-right extremists. Journal of Crime and Justice, 43 (5), 568-584.

Capellan, J.A., Lautenschlager, & Silva, J. (2020). Deconstructing the Ferguson effect: a multilevel mediation analysis of public scrutiny, de-policing, and crime. Journal of Crime and Justice, 43 (2), 125-144.

Capellan, J.A., & Silva, J. (2019). An Investigation of Mass Public Shooting Attacks Against Government Targets in the United States. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Jan 2, 1-23.

Silva, J., & Capellan, J.A. (2019). A comparative media analysis of mass public shootings: coverage of rampage, disgruntled employee, school, and lone-wolf shootings in the United States. Criminal Justice Policy Review, 30(9), 1312-1341.

Capellan, J.A., & Koppel, S. (2019). The effects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on recidivism among parolees in Central America: Evidence from a Honduran experiment. Revista de Administracion Publica, Sept. 12.

Capellan, J.A., Johnson, J., Porter, J., & Martin, C. (2019). Disaggregating mass public shootings: A comparative analysis of disgruntled employee, school, ideologically-motivated and rampage shooters. Journal of Forensic Science, 64(3), 814-823.

Capellan, J.A., & Lewandowski, C.  (2019). Can threat assessment help police prevent mass public shootings? Testing an Intelligence-Led Policing Tool. Policing: An International Journal, 4(1), 16-30.

Capellan, Joel A. and Allan Y. Jiao. (2019). “Deconstructing Mass Public Shootings: Exploring Opportunities for Intervention.” Albany, New York: Rockefeller Institute of Government, Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium.

Capellan, J.A., & Anisin, A. (2018). A Distinction Without a Difference? Examining the Causal Pathways Behind Ideologically-Motivated Mass Public Shootings. Homicide Studies, 22(3), 235-255.

Silva, J., & Capellan, J.A. (2018). The Media’s Coverage of Public Mass Shootings: An Analysis of Fifty Years of Newsworthiness. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 43(1), 77-97.

Capellan, J.A., Gomez, S. (2018). Change and Stability in Offender, Behaviors, and Incident level Characteristics of Mass Public Shootings in the United States. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 15(1), 51-72.

Capellan, J.A. (2018). Looking upstream: A sociological investigation of mass public shootings. In Sarah E. Daly (ed.), Assessing and Averting the Prevalence of Mass Violence (pp. 99-128). IGI Global.

-----. (2018). Killing alone: can the work-performance literature help us solve the enigma of lone wolf terrorism? In Robin Maria Valeri, Kevin Borgeson (eds.), Terrorism in America. Routledge.

Foglia, W. D. & Connell, N. (2019). Distrust and empathy: Explaining the lack of support for capital punishment among minorities. Criminal Justice Review 44 (2), 204-230. 

Foglia, W. D. & Sandys, M. (2018). The capital jury and sentencing: Neither guided nor individualized.  In R. M. Bohm & G. M. Lee (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on Capital Punishment (pp. 364-384). Taylor & Francis.

Houser, K., & Saum, C. (2022). Aging offender, mental health, and reentry challenges. Ageing Science and Mental Health Studies.  

Furst, G., & Houser, K. (2021). Hirsch’s Social Bond Theory: How human-animal interactions explain the effectiveness of carceral dog training programs. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation.

Houser, K. & Furst, Gennifer, (2020). Dog training programs: A strength-based approach to correctional treatment.  Advancing Corrections, 10.

Houser, Kim. Vîlcică, E.R, & Nelson, V. (2020). The role of mental health risk factors in predicting parolee performance in the community: An empirical examination in a large US jurisdiction. Advancing Corrections, 9.

Houser, K., Vîlcică, E.R., Saum, C., & Hiller, M.L. (2019). Mental health risk factors and parole decisions: Does inmate mental health status affect who gets released. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health: Special edition -“Health and Marginalized People,” 16 (16), 2950-2970.

Houser, K., Welsh, W., & Saum, C.  (2019). The impact of co-occurring disorders on serious misconduct among female state prisoners. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 21 (1), 34-42.

Houser, K., Saum, C., & Hiller, M. (2019). Mental health, substance abuse, co-occurring disorders and three-year recidivism of felony parolees. Criminal Justice & Behavior 46 (9), 1237-1254.

Houser, K., Furst, G., & Pich, M. (2019). Animal visitation programs as a therapeutic intervention for jailed women with a mental health diagnosis. Prison Service Journal, 245, 24-33.

Houser, K., McCord, E.S., & Sorg, E.. (2018). The multilevel impacts of crime generators and attractors on individual level perceptions of risk.  Crime & Delinquency, 65 (13), 1798-1822.

Houser, K., McCord, E.S., & Nicholson, J. (2018). The influence of neighborhood risk factors on parolee recidivism in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Prison Journal, 98 (3), 255-276.

Jiao, A. Y. (2022). Policing Gun Crimes: A Comprehensive Review of Strategies and Effectiveness. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles. 

-----. (2022). Reducing Gun Crimes: Actionable Policies for Police Organizations. Journal of Crime and Criminal Behavior, 2(1): 29-44.

-----. (2021). Federal Consent Decrees: A Review of Policies, Processes, and Outcomes.
Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 22(1): 793-804.

----- (2019). Police Strategies against Gun Crimes in the United States. Humanities and Social Sciences, 7(1), 28-33.

-----. (2919). Police Strategies against Gun Crimes: A Review. Journal of Forensics and Criminal Investigation, 11(4): 555818.

Johnson, J. and D. Everson. (2022). “Committing to the Streets? Social Activism Amongst Former Gang Members in Community-Based Violence Prevention Organizations.” Sociological Focus, 55(4):372-391

Lewandowski, C. & Guidetti, R. (2018).  “The Role of Fusion Centers in Homeland Security.” In Keith Gregory Logan (ed.), Homeland Security and Intelligence, 2nd Edition (pp. 173-192). Praeger: ABC-CLIO.

Pontes, N., Ayres, C., Lewandowski, C., and Pontes, M. (2018). Trends in Bullying Victimization by Gender among US High School Students. Research in Nursing and Health, 41(3), 243-251.

Mastrocinque, J. M., Boylan, R. S., Foglia, W. D., Navratil, P., Metzger, J. Cerceo, E. A. (2023) "Families and friends of homicide victims’ experiences with the healthcare system: A trauma-informed perspective." Journal of Primary Care and Community Health (14), 1-9.

Mastrocinque, J.M., Cerulli, C., Thew, D., Chin, N. P., & Pollard, R. Q. (2022). Understanding
intimate partner violence perpetration involving the deaf population. Journal of
Interpersonal Violence, 37(1-2).

Mastrocinque, J.M., T. Hartwell, J.W. Metzger, et al. (2020). Spirituality and religion after homicide and suicide: families and friends tell their stories. Homicide Studies, 24 (2), 107-126.

Saum, C.A., Hiller, M.L., & Houser, K.A. (2019). Exploring graduation and retention outcomes in an opioid specialty court. Rehabilitation and Social Reintegration.

Hiller, M. L., & Saum, C. A. (2018). Substance abuse treatment in prison: The therapeutic community. In W.T. Church & D. Springer (Eds.). Serving the stigmatized: Working within the incarcerated environment. Oxford University Press.

Schell-Busey, N., Rorie, M. and Simpson, S.S. (2020). Protocol for Corporate Crime Deterrence: An Updated Systematic Review. Campbell Systematic Reviews, 16, 1-6.

Connell, N.M., Schell-Busey, N., and Hernandez, R. (2019). Experiences v. perceptions: Do students agree that they have been bullied? Youth & Society, 51(3), 394-416. 

Rorie, M., Alper, M., Schell-Busey, N. and Simpson, S.S. (2018). Using meta-analysis under conditions of definitional ambiguity: The case of corporate crime. Criminal Justice Studies, 31(1), 38-61.

Shjarback, John A., & Magny, Obed. (2022). Cops and COVID: An examination of California officers’ perceptions and experiences while policing during a pandemic. Policing: An International Journal, 45(1), 59-74.

Nix, Justin, & Shjarback, John A. (2021). Factors associated with police shooting mortality: A focus on race and a plea for more comprehensive data. PLoS ONE, 16(11). 

Shjarback, John A., White, Michael D., & Bishopp, Stephen. (2021). Can police shootings be reduced by requiring officers to document when they point firearms at citizens? Injury Prevention, 27, 508-513.

Morrow, Weston J., Vickovic, Samuel G., & Shjarback, John A. (2021). Motivation to enter the police profession in the post-Ferguson era: An exploratory analysis of procedural justice. Criminal Justice Studies, 34(2), 135-155.

Shjarback, John A., & Maguire, Edward R. (2021). Extending research on the “War on Cops”: The effects of Ferguson on non-fatal assaults against U.S. police officers. Crime & Delinquency, 67(1), 3-26.

Shjarback, J. A. (2020). Early intervention systems. In R. G. Dunham, G. P. Alpert, & K. McLean (Eds.), Critical issues in policing: Contemporary readings (8th edition, pp. 655-667). Waveland Press, Inc.

Shjarback, J.A., & Nix, J. (2020). Considering violence against police by citizen race/ethnicity to contextualize representation in officer-involved shootings. Journal of Criminal Justice, 66(1), 1-10.

Decker, S.H., & Shjarback, J.A. (2020). Accountability: Institutionalize civilian oversight. In E. R. Maguire & C. M. Katz (Eds.), Transforming the police: Thirteen Key Reforms (pp. 113-125). Waveland Press, Inc.

Morrow, W.J., & Shjarback, J.A. (2019). Police worldviews, unconscious bias, and their potential to contribute to racial and ethnic disparities in NYPD stops for reason of “furtive movement.” Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 17(3), 269-298.

Morrow, W. J., Vickovic, S.G., Dario, L.M., & Shjarback, J.A. (2019). Examining a Ferguson Effect on college students’ motivation to become police officers. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 30(4), 585-605.

Rojek, J., Shjarback, J. A., Hansen, J.A. & Alpert, G.P. (2019). Present but not prevalent: Identifying the organizational correlates of researcher-practitioner partnerships in U.S. law enforcement. Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, 20(6), 552-566. Invited special issue: “Translational Criminology in Policing” (Guest Eds: The George Mason University Police Research Group with David Weisburd).

White, M.D., Dario, L.M., & Shjarback, J.A. (2019). Assessing dangerousness in policing: An analysis of law enforcement officer deaths in the United States, 1970-Criminology & Public Policy, 18(1), 11-35. 

Shjarback, John A., & Nix, Justin. (2020). Considering violence against police by citizen race/ethnicity to contextualize representation in officer-involved shootings. Journal of Criminal Justice, 66(1), 1-10.

Morrow, Weston J., & Shjarback, John A. (2019). Police worldviews, unconscious bias, and their potential to contribute to racial and ethnic disparities in NYPD stops for reason of “furtive movement”. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 17(3), 269-298.

Shjarback, J.A., & Todak, N.E. (2019). The prevalence of female representation in supervisory and management positions in American law enforcement: An examination of organizational correlates. Women & Criminal Justice, 29(3), 129-147.

Shjarback, J.A. (2019). State-mandated transparency: A discussion and examination of deadly force data among law enforcement agencies in Texas. Journal of Crime and Justice, 42(1), 3-17. Invited special issue: “Contemporary Issues in American Policing” (Guest Eds: Richard Moule & Bryanna Fox).

-----. (2018). What role should criminologists play in criminal justice debates? A push for public criminology with a cautionary note. Transactional Criminology, 14, 12- 13.

-----. (2018). “Neighborhood” influence on police use of force: State-of-the-art

review. Policing: An International Journal, 41(6), 859-872. Updated May 2020.

-----. (2018). Revisiting a classic: A qualitative analysis of differential opportunity theory and its utility in explaining residential burglary. Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology, 7(1), 95-119.

Shjarback, J.A., Nix, J. & Wolfe, S.E. (2018). The ecological structuring of police officers’ perceptions of citizen cooperation. Crime & Delinquency, 64(9), 1143-1170.

Shjarback, J.A., & Young, J.T. N. (2018). The “tough on crime” competition: A network approach to understanding the mechanisms leading to federal crime control legislation in America from 1973-2014. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 43(2), 197-221.

Liu, P.W., & Shjarback, J.A. (2018). Crime control or public service? An officer’s perceptions of his/her occupational role and its effect on the likelihood of on-the-job assault. American International Journal of Social Science, 7(3), 84-95.

Nedelec, J.L., Silver, I.A., Province, K, and Theocharidou, K. (2021). Of sex, families, and psychology: A sibling-comparison analysis of the influence of adverse psychological effects on sexual and familial behaviors. Personality and Individual Differences, 169 (1), 109998.

Silver, Ian A., Nedelec, Joseph L., Segal, Nancy L., and Lonergan, Holly. (2021). Heteropaternal siblings misclassified as dizygotic twins: A potential biasing factor for heritability estimates. Behavior Genetics.

Silver, I.A., Cochran, J.C., Motz, R., and Nedelec, J.L. (2020). Academic Achievement and the Implications for Prison Program Effectiveness and Reentry. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 47, 848-866.

Silver, I.A., Wooldredge, J., Sullivan, C.J., and Nedelec, J.L. (2020). Longitudinal propensity score matching: A demonstration of counterfactual conditions adjusted for longitudinal clustering. Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

D’Amato C.J., Silver, I.A., and Newsome, J. (2020). The effects of social disorganization mechanisms: Examining the influence of community-level factors on recidivism across various correctional sanctions. Criminal Justice and Behavior.

D’Amato C.J., Silver, I.A., Newsome, J., and Latessa, E.J. (2020). Progressing policy towards a risk/need informed sanctioning model. Criminology & Public Policy.

Silver, I.A., and Nedelec, J.L. (2020). Traumatic brain injury and adverse psychological effects: Examining a pathway to aggressive offending. Aggressive Behavior, 46, 254-265.

Silver, I.A., Province, K, and Nedelec, J.L. (2020). Self-reported traumatic brain injury during key developmental stages and its effect on co-occurring psychological symptoms in an adjudicated sample. Brain Injury, 34, 375-384.

Silver, I.A., Nedelec, J.L, and Pompoco, A. (2020). Specific responsivity: An assessment of the effect of verbal and math cognitive abilities on the completion of prison programs. Corrections: Policy, Practice, Research, 5, 130-148.

Kelsay, James D., Silver, I. A., and Barnes, J.C. (2020). The Effects of Gun Ownership and Gun Carrying on Violence and Victimization. Violence and Victims.

Silver, I.A. (2019). Linear and non-linear: A exploration of the variation in the functional form of IQ and antisocial behavior as adolescents age into adulthood. Intelligence. 76, 1-14.

Silver, I.A., Pompoco, A. and Nedelec, J.L. (2019). A failure to maintain regulated exposure: Developing an understanding of the predictors and recidivistic effects of experiencing program interruptions. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation. 58, 398-420.

Silver, I.A., and Nedelec, J.L. (2018). Cognitive abilities and antisocial behavior in prison: A longitudinal assessment using a large state-wide sample of prisoners. Intelligence, 71, 17-31.

Silver, I.A., and Nedelec, J.L. (2018). Ensnarement during imprisonment: Re-conceptualizing theoretically driven policies to address the association between within-prison sanctioning and recidivism. Criminology & Public Policy, 17, 1005-1035.

Nedelec, JL. and Silver, I.A. (2018). Challenging assumptions: A genetically sensitive examination of the criminogenic effect of contact with the criminal justice system. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 35, 69-86.

Silver, I.A., and Nedelec, J.L. (2018). The moderating effects of intelligence: An examination of how IQ influences the association between environmental factors and antisocial behavior. Journal of Criminal Justice, 54, 62-75.

Sorg, E., Houser, K., Lewandowski, C., & Schell-Busey, N. (2021). The geographic concentration of use of force incidents at subway stations mimic the law of crime concentration bandwidths: A research note. The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles.

Haberman, C.P., Sorg, E.T. & Ratcliffe, J.H. (2018) The seasons they are a changin’: Testing for seasonal effects of potentially criminogenic places on street robbery. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 55(3), 425-459.

Philosophy and World Religions

   Book cover Cover ImageAn American Friendship

Books and Edited Volumes:

Boodman, Eva. White Ignorance and Complicit Responsibility: Transforming Collective Harm beyond the
Punishment Paradigm. Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield), 2022.

Lund, Matthew, editor. What I Do Not Believe, and Other Essays, 2nd Edition, by Norwood Russell Hanson. Springer, 2020.

Lund, Matthew, editor. Norwood Russell Hanson, Perception and Discovery: an Introduction to Scientific Inquiry, 2nd  Edition. Springer, 2018 (1969).

Wang, Youru and Sandra Wawryko, eds. Dao Companion to Chinese Buddhist Philosophy, in the series of Dao Companions to Chinese Philosophy. Springer, 2019.

Weinfeld, David. An American Friendship: Alain Locke, Horace Kallen, and the Development of Cultural Pluralism. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2022.

Articles and Book Chapters:

Ashton, Dianne. “Reconstructing American Jewish Historical Studies.” Conversations With Colleagues, edited by Jeffrey S. Gurock, Academic Studies Press, 2018.

Bauer, Nathan. “The Shortest Way: Kant’s Rewriting of the Transcendental Deduction.” Inquiry, Vol. 65 (5), 2022: pp. 517-545.

-----. “The Shortest Way: Kant’s Rewriting of the Transcendental Deduction.” Inquiry, vol. 23, 2020.

Boodman, Eva.  “Medical Colonialism and the Power to Care: Unsettling Participatory Inclusion in the Settler State Care Paradigm.” Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, 2023.

-----. “Biopolitics and Abolitionist Care Beyond Security and Containment.” Abolition Journal. Online, May 8th, 2020. 

-----. “Radical Scaffolding Against Critique Fatigue.” Radical Teacher, vol. 115, 2019.

-----. “Nursing Home Abolition: Prisons and the institutionalization of older adults.” The Journal of Ethical Urban Living, (ISSN: 2166-5087), vol. , no. 2, 2019, pp. 1-21.

-----. “An Immanent Critique of the Prison Nation: The contradictions of carceral ‘anti-violence.” Philosophy & Social Criticism, vol. 44, no. 5, 2018, pp. 571–592. 

Cox, Whitney. "Trouble at the "Crossroads": Divisions Over the Use of Religious Symbols as AIDS Memorials in Houston, 1991." Journal of the History of Sexuality, vol. 29, no. 2, May 2020.

Miller, Ellen. “A Phenomenological Meditation Inside Plath’s “The Moon and the Yew Tree,” Venturing into the
Uncharted World of Aesthetics. Edited by John Murungi and Linda Ardito. Cambridge Scholars Press,

-----. “Seeing Brancusi’s First Cry, A First Time, Again,” Janus Head: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies
in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology, and the Arts, July 2022.

-----. “Inside Emotions, Passions, and Depression in Disney’s Inside Out.” Disney and Philosophy. Edited by Richard Davis, The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series, Blackwell Publishers, December 2019.

-----. “More than a Case Study: Retrieving Depth from Sylvia Plath’s Poetry.” Plath Profiles: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Sylvia Plath Studies, vol. 10, May 2019.

-----. “Call the Philosopher: Wonder, Care, and Birth as Philosophical Frameworks.” Philosophy Now, February 2019.

Wang, Youru. “Forgetting Oneself or Personal Identity in Relation to Time and Otherness in the Zhuangzi,” Asian Philosophy, vol. 32, no. 1, Feb 2022. 

-----. “Therapeutic Forgetting and its Ethical Dimension in the Daoist Zhuangzi,” Journal of Chinese Philosophy, vol. 48, no. 4, 2021.

-----. “Wholesome Remembrance and the Critique of Memory—From  Indian Buddhist Context to Chinese Chan Appropriation.” Dao Companion to Chinese Buddhist Philosophy, Series of Dao Companions to Chinese Philosophy, volume editor Youru Wang and Sandra Wawrytko, Springer, 2019.

-----.  “Philosophical Interpretations of Hongzhou Chan Buddhist  Thought.” Dao Companion to Chinese Buddhist Philosophy,  Series of Dao Companions to Chinese Philosophy, volume editor Youru Wang and Sandra Wawrytko, Springer, 2019.

Abe Witonsky. "Jimmy McGill Thinks Immorality Pays: Uh, Oh...Better Call Plato!" Better Call Saul
and Philosophy. Edited by Joshua Heter and Brett Coppenger. Carus, 2022. 

-----. “Recognizing Ourselves in Others: A Reply to Bauer and Svolba is SJP 55:1.” The
Southern Journal of Philosophy, volume 59, issue 3, 2022.

Witonsky, Abe, and S. Whitman. “Problems with Jeremy Simon’s Response to Lucretius’ Symmetry Argument.” Journal of Philosophical Research, vol. 43, 2018.

Political Science and Economics

Webs of Corruption: Trafficking and Terrorism in Central Asia (Columbia Studies in Terrorism and Irregular Warfare) by [Mariya Omelicheva, Lawrence Markowitz]Persuading the Public


Omelicheva, Mariya Y. and Lawrence Markowitz.  2019. Webs of Corruption: Trafficking and Terrorism in Central Asia. Columbia Series in Terrorism and Irregular Warfare. New York: Columbia University Press.

Pluta, Ann. Persuading the Public: The Evolution of Popular Presidential Communication from Washington to Trump. University Press of Kansas, 2023. 

Articles and Book Chapters:

Gooch, Andrew. 2023. "Asymmetric Partisan and Ideological Evaluations from Candidate Repositioning: A Randomized Experiment" Open Journal of Political Science, Vol.13 (2). 

-----. 2022. "While the Public Punishes Politicians Who Flip- op, Criticism from the Media may Backfire." London School of Economics: U.S. Politics and Public Policy. 

-----. 2022. "Candidate Repositioning, Valence, and a Backfire Elect from Criticism." American Politics Research, Vol. 50 (6). 

-----. 2021. "Evaluations of Candidates' Non-policy Characteristics from Issue Positions: Evidence of Valence Spillover." With Alan S. Gerber and Gregory A. Huber. Electoral Studies, Vol. 69. 

-----. 2020. "Generating Support for a Hypothetical War: Presidential Cues and Justifications." Social Science Quarterly 101 (5): 1761-1772.

Gooch, Andrew and Gregory Huber. 2020. "How Issue Positions Affect Candidate Performance: Experiments Comparing Campaign Donors and the Mass Public." Political Behavior 42 (2): 531 - 556.

Gooch, Andrew and Lynn Vavreck. 2019. "How Face-to-face Interviews and Cognitive Skill Affect Non-response: A Randomized Experiment Assigning Mode of Interview." Political Science Research Methods 7 (1): 143-162.

Gooch, Andrew. 2018. "Ripping Yarn: Experiments on Storytelling by Partisan Elites." Political Communication 35 (2): 220-238.

Gooch, Andrew and Gregory Huber. 2018. "Exploiting Donald Trump: Using Candidates' Positions to Assess Ideological Voting in the 2016 and 2008 Presidential Elections." Presidential Studies Quarterly 48 (2): 342-356.

Gooch, Andrew, Alan Gerber, Gregory Huber et al. 2018. "Non-Governmental Campaign Communication Providing Ballot Secrecy Assurance Increases Turnout: Results from Two Large Scale Experiments." Political Science Research and Methods 6 (3): 613-624.

Brocious, Courtney and Kathy Javian. 2023. “The Evolution of Sentencing Policy in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.” Commonwealth: A Journal of Pennsylvania Politics and Policy. 22(1): 3-30.

Jha, S. (2020). Customer Discrimination in the Market for Physicians in the USA. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 22(1).

-----. (2020). Impact of Home Country Terrorism on Medical Tourism in India. International Journal of Asian Social Science. 10 (8).

-----. (2019). Specialty Choice and Labor Market Outcomes of Foreign Medical Graduates. Journal of Business Diversity, 19(4).

Collins, P. B., Jha, S., Mancuso, A., et al.. (2019). Patient Knowledge and Understanding of Home Health Services Criteria. Osteopathic Family Physician, 11(6), 14-19.

Kapri, Kul. “Ex-ante Moral Hazard: Evidence from the Behavioral Risk Factor and Surveillance System Dataset.” (with Rajendra Dulal and Madhav KC), Journal of Development Innovations 6(1), June 2022, 1-15.

------. “Court Fairness and Firm-level Export Decisions.” International Review of Economics & Finance 75, 2021, 269-277.

Kapri, K. & Jha, S. (June 2020). Impact of Remittances on Child Labor in Nepal. The Empirical Economics Letters.

Kapri, K., & Jha, S. (2020) Impact of remittances on household health care expenditure: Evidence from the Nepal Living Standards Survey. Review of Development Economics. al Science.

Kapri, K. and Shankar G. (Sept. 2020). Migration, Remittance, and Agricultural Productivity: Evidence from the Nepal Living Standard Survey. World Development Perspectives 19.

Shankar G. and K. Kapri. (2020).  Does the Source of Remittance Matter? Differentiated Effects of Earned and Unearned Remittances on Agricultural Productivity. Economies 8(1)  2020.

Kapri, K. and L. Paz.  (2019). The Effects of the Chinese Imports on Brazilian Manufacturing Workers. Economies 7(3), 76.

Kapri, K.  (2019). Impact of Political Instability on Firm-Level Export Decisions. International Review of Economics & Finance 59, 98-105.

Ghimire, S., Kapri, K., and Rajib-Ur Rahman, M. (2018). Imitate or Innovate? FDI, Technology, and Income Levels in Middle Income Countries. Journal of Development Innovations 2(1), 1-13.

Keena, Alex and Misty Knight-Finley. 2019. “Are Small Donors Polarizing? A Longitudinal Study of the Senate.” Election Law Journal.

Allen, Trevor J. and Misty Knight-Finley. 2019. “Immigration policy and left-right politics in Western Europe.” In The Palgrave Handbook of Ethnicity, ed. Steven Ratuva, 347-361. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Keena, Alex and Misty Knight-Finley. 2018. “Governed by Experience: Political Careers and Party Loyalty in the Senate, Congress & the Presidency, 45:1, 20-40.

Levin, N.J., Erben, Y., Li, Y., Brigham, T.J. and Bruce, A.J., 2022. A systematic review and metaanalysis
comparing burn healing outcomes between silver sulfadiazine and aloe vera. Cureus, 14(10).

Li, Y. and Kapri, K.P., 2021. Impact of Economic Factors and Policy Interventions on the COVID-
19 Pandemic. Sustainability, 13(22), pp.12874.

Kalogerakos, P.D., Zafar, M.A., Li, Y., Mukherjee, S.K., Ziganshin, B.A., Rizzo, J.A. and Elefteriades,
J.A., 2021. Root Dilatation Is More Malignant Than Ascending Aortic Dilation. Journal of
the American Heart Association, 10(14), pp.e020645.

Erben, Y., Li, Y., Mao, M.A., Hamid, O.S., Franco-Mesa, C., Da Rocha-Franco, J.A., Stone, W.,
Fowl, R.J., Oldenburg, W.A., Farres, H. and Meltzer, A.J., 2021. Proximal fixation of endovascular
aortic device may not be associated with renal function decline after abdominal aortic aneurysm
repair. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 74(6), pp.1861-1866.

Elkinany, S., Weismann, C.G., Curtis, A., Smith, T., Zafar, M.A., Breen, T., Li, Y., Tranquilli, M.,
Rizzo, J.A., Mukherjee, S.K. and Ziganshin, B.A., 2021. Is Aortic Z-score an Appropriate Index
of Beneficial Drug Effect in Clinical Trials in Aortic Aneurysm Disease?. The American Journal of
Cardiology, 143, pp.145-153.

Dashkevich, A., Bratkov, G., Li, Y., Joskowiak, D., Peterss, S., Juchem, G., Hagl, C. and Luehr,
M., 2021. Impact of Operative Timing in Infective Endocarditis with Cerebral Embolism - The Risk
of Intermediate Deterioration. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 10(10), pp.2136.

Erben, Y., Franco-Mesa, C., Gloviczki, P., Stone, W., Quinones-Hinojoas, A., Meltzer, A. J., Lin,
M., Greenway, M., Hamid, O., Devcic, Z., Toskich, B., Ritchie, C., Lamb, C. J., De Martino, R.
R., Siegel, J., Farres, H., Hakaim, A. G., Sanghavi, D. K., Li, Y., Rivera, C., . . . Meschia, J. F.,
2021. Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism among Hospitalized Coronavirus Disease
2019-positive Patients Predicted for Higher Mortality and Prolonged Intensive Care Unit and Hospital
Stays in a Multisite Healthcare System. Journal of vascular surgery Venous and lymphatic
disorders, 9(6), pp.1361–1370.

Erben, Y., Li, Y., Hamid, O.S., Franco-Mesa, C., Ja, D.R.F., Money, S., Stone, W., Farres, H.,
Meltzer, A.J., Gloviczki, P. and De Martino, R.R., 2021. Women Have Similar Mortality But Higher
Morbidity Than Men After Elective Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair. Journal of
Vascular Surgery, 74(2), pp 451-458.

Zafar, M.A., Chen, J.F., Wu, J., Li, Y., Papanikolaou, D., Abdelbaky, M., Vinholo, T.F., Rizzo,
J.A., Ziganshin, B.A., Mukherjee, S.K. and Elefteriades, J.A., 2021. Natural history of descending
thoracic and thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysms. The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular
Surgery, 161(2), pp.498-511.

Erben, Y., Li, Y., Da Rocha-Franco, et al. 2020. Asymptomatic Females are at Higher Risk for Peri-operative TIA/stroke and Males are at Higher Risk for Long-Term Mortality After Carotid Artery Stenting: A Vascular Quality Initiative Analysis. International Journal of Angiology.

Erben, Y., Li, Y., Da Rocha-Franco, et al. 2020. Higher Long-Term Mortality with Carotid Artery Stenting in Asymptomatic Male Compared with Female Patients in the Southeastern Vascular Study Group. Annals of Vascular Surgery.

Erben, Y., Li, Y., Da Rocha-Franco, J.A., Tawk, R.G., Barrett, K.M., Freeman, W.D., Lin, M.,
Huang, J.F., Miller, D., Farres, H. and Brott, T.G., 2020. Asymptomatic Females Are at Higher
Risk for Perioperative TIA/Stroke and Males Are at Higher Risk for Long-Term Mortality after
Carotid Artery Stenting: A Vascular Quality Initiative Analysis. International Journal
of Angiology. 

Erben, Y., Franco-Mesa, C., Miller, D., Lanzino, G., Bendok, B.R., Li, Y., Sandhu, S.J.S., Barrett,
K.M., Freeman, W.D., Lin, M. and Huang, J.F., 2020. Higher Risk for Reintervention In Patients
After Stenting For Radiation Induced Internal Carotid Artery Stenosis: A Single Center Analysis
And Systematic Review. Annals of Vascular Surgery, 73, pp.1-14.

Gryaznov, A.A., Saeyeldin, A., Abdelbaky, M., Zafar, M.A., Tanweer, M., Papanikolaou, D., Imran,
M., Li, Y., Ziganshin, B.A. and Elefteriades, J.A., 2020. Nonusefulness of Antithrombotic Therapy
After Surgical Bioprosthetic Aortic Valve Replacement. The American Journal of Cardiology, 129,

Luehr, M., Merkle-Storms, J., Gerfer, S., Li, Y., Krasivskyi, I., Vehrenberg, J., Rahmanian, P.,
Kuhn-Régnier, F., Mader, N. and Wahlers, T., 2020. Evaluation of the GERAADA score for prediction
of 30-day mortality in patients with acute type A aortic dissection. European Journal of
Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, 59(5), pp.1109-1114.

Li, Y. and Rizzo, J.A., 2020. Timing and Payoff of Patent Purchases: the Role of Firm Size and
Composition. Applied Economics, 52(54), pp.5894-5908.

Erben, Y., Vasquez, I., Li, Y., Gloviczki, P., Kalra, M., Oderich, G., De Martino, R.R., Bjarnason,
H., Neisen, M.J., Moore, J.F. and Da Rocha-Franco, J.A., 2020. A multi-institutional review of
endovenous thermal ablation of the saphenous vein finds male sex and use of anticoagulation are
predictors of long-term failure. Phlebology, 36(4), pp.283-289.

Luehr, M., Bauernschmitt, N., Peterss, S., Li, Y., Heyn, O., Dashkevich, A., Oberbach, A., Bagaev,
E., Pichlmaier, M.A., Juchem, G. and Hagl, C., 2020. Incidence and Surgical Outcomes of Patients
With Native and Prosthetic Aortic Valve Endocarditis. The Annals of thoracic surgery, 110(1),

Erben, Y., Brownstein, A.J., Velasquez, C.A., Li, Y., Rizzo, J.A., Mojibian, H., Tanweer, M., Zafar,
M.A., Ziganshin, B.A. and Elefteriades, J.A., 2020. Natural history and management of
Kommerell’s diverticulum in a single tertiary referral center. Journal of vascular surgery, 71(6),

Zafar, M.A., Chen, J.F., Wu, J., Li, Y., Papanikolaou, et al. (2019). Natural history of descending thoracic and thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysms. The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery.

Wu, J., Zafar, M.A., Li, Y., Saeyeldin, et al. (2019). Ascending aortic length and risk of aortic adverse events: the neglected dimension. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 74(15),1883-1894.

Saller, T., Hagl, C., Woitsch, S., Li, Y., Niedermayer, et al. (2019). Haemadsorption improves intraoperative haemodynamics and metabolic changes during aortic surgery with hypothermic circulatory arrest. European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, 56(4), 731-737.

Saeyeldin, A., Zafar, M.A., Li, Y., Tanweer, M., et al. (2019). Decision-making algorithm for ascending aortic aneurysm: Effectiveness in clinical application. The Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery, 157(5), 1733-1745.

Brownstein, A.J., Rajaee, S., Erben, Y., Li, Y., Rizzo, J.A., et al. (2018). Natural history of aneurysmal aortic arch branch vessels in a single tertiary referral center. Journal of vascular surgery, 68(6),1631-1639.

Brownstein, A.J., Mahmood, S.U.B., Saeyeldin, A., Mejia, C.V., Zafar, M.A., Li, Y., et al. (2019). Simple renal cysts and bovine aortic arch: markers for aortic disease. Open heart, 6(1).

Erben, Y., Brownstein, A.J., Rajaee, S., Li, Y., Rizzo, J.A., et al.  (2018). Natural history and management of splanchnic artery aneurysms in a single tertiary referral center. Journal of vascular surgery, 68(4), 1079-1087.

Brownstein, A.J., Erben, Y., Rajaee, S., Li, Y., Rizzo, J.A., et al. (2018). Natural history and management of renal artery aneurysms in a single tertiary referral center. Journal of vascular surgery, 68(1), 137-144.

Erben, Y., Brownstein, A., Velasquez, C.A., Li, Y., Rizzo, J.A., et al.  (2018). Natural History and Management of Kommerell Diverticulum in a Single Tertiary Referral Center. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 67(2),.e24.

Zafar, M.A., Li, Y., Rizzo, J.A., et al. (2018). Height alone, rather than body surface area, suffices for risk estimation in ascending aortic aneurysm. The Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery, 155(5), 1938-1950.

Markowitz, Lawrence. “Illicit Economies and Political Violence in Central Asia.” In Melanie Cammett and Pauline Jones, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Politics in Muslim Societies, Oxford University Press, 2022 (with Mariya Y. Omelicheva).

-----. “COVID-19 in Central Asia: Securitization of a Health Crisis?,” Problems of Post-Communism (part of a special issue on COVID-19 in the Post-Soviet region) 69, 1 (2022): 92-102 (with Mariya Y. Omelicheva).

-----. “Studying states and regimes in Central Asia: Contributions to comparative politics and future challenges.” Central Asian Survey (part of a special issue on the emergence of field of Central Asian Studies 30 years after independence) 40, 4 (2021): 576-591(with Scott Radnitz).

-----. “Rethinking Intersections of Crime and Terrorism: Insights from Political Economies of Violence,” International Studies Review 23, 4 (2021): 1541–1565 (with Mariya Y. Omelicheva).

Mariya Y Omelicheva and Lawrence P Markowitz. 2020. When Does the Crime-Terror Nexus Fail to Materialize? Drug Trafficking, Militants and the State in Russia, Journal of Global Security Studies.

Markowitz, Lawrence and Mariya Y. Omelicheva. 2019. Disciplined and Undisciplined Repression: Illicit Economies and State Violence in Central Asia's Autocracies, Post-Soviet Affairs. 34 (6): 367-383.

Mariya Y Omelicheva and Lawrence P Markowitz. 2019. Does Drug Trafficking Impact Terrorism?: Afghan Opioids and Terrorist Violence in Central Asia. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 42 (12): 1021-1043.

Markowitz, Lawrence and Richard Arnold. 2018. “The Evolution of Violence within Far Right Mobilization: Evidence from Russia, Ethnic and Racial Studies.” 41 (9): 1558-1573 (part of Themed Section: The Changing Face of the Far Right).

Melvin, Jesse. (April, 2018). "The Split Incentives Energy Efficiency Problem: Evidence of Underinvestment by Landlords." Energy Policy 115.

Pluta, A.C. (2021). "Insecure Presidents: The Quest for Legitimacy and Innovation in Presidential
Rhetoric." Congress & the Presidency.

Pluta, A. C. and Misty Knight-Finley. 2020. “Women Candidates and Political Parties: Comparing Female Candidates in the Year of the Women (1992) and the Women’s Wave (2018).” In Madam President?: Gender and Politics on the Road to the White House, eds. Lori Cox Han and Caroline Heldman. Boulder, CO: Lynne Reiner.

Pluta, A.C. 2019. “A Political Science Classic in the Age of Trump: Reply to Zug.” Critical Review 31 (4): 1-12.

----. 2019. “Studying Presidential Rhetoric with a Mixed Methods approach.” SAGE Research Methods Cases.

Zundl, Elaine, Schneider, D., Harknett, K. 2022. "Paid Family Leave and New Jersey’s Service Sector Workforce. Shift Project Research Brief." https://shift.hks.harvard.edu/nj_paid_leave/

Zundl, E., Schneider, D., Harknett, K., and Bellew, E. "Still Unstable: The Persistence of Schedule Uncertainty During the Pandemic." Shift Project Research Brief. https://shift.hks.harvard.edu/still-unstable

Sociology and Anthropology

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Hutter, M. (2020). Experiencing Cities 4e. New edition with Routledge Taylor-Francis.

McCann, S.E. (2021). One Hundred Questions to Answer Before You Get Married. Kendall-Hunt.

Rich, J. (2021).  Politics, Education, and Social Problems: Complicated Classroom Conversations. Palgrave McMillan. 

-----. (2020). Keepers of Memory: The Holocaust and Transgenerational Identity. Lexington Books.

Sullivan, N. (2020). Passing the Torch: Birth Control - Precondition of the Liberation of Women.: Lifting Consciousness Press.

Articles and Book Chapters:

Hartman, H. (2020). The 2019 Sklare Address: How Gender and Family Still Matter for Contemporary Jewry. Contemporary Jewry, 40 (2), 161-186.

-----. (2019). A Comment on the “Shrinking Middle”:The consequences of global modernization and technology. The American Jewish Year Book 2018. Springer Publishers.

Sheskin, I. and H. Hartman. (2019). A Profile of LGBT Jewish Households. G’vanim: The Journal of the Academy for Jewish Religion. 10, 68-93.

Sheshkin, I. and H. Hartman. (2019). Religious Diversity and Religious Participation in U.S. Jewish Communities. The Professional Geographer, 71(1), 39-51.

Hartman, H., T. Forin, B. Sukumaran, S.Farrell, et al. (2019). Strategies for Improving Diversity and Inclusion in an Engineering Department.  Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, 145 (2), 1-12.

Hartman, H. (2018).  Is Jewishness Related to How American Jewish Women Age? Nashim 32(1): 38-57.

Hill, Jane and Rosado, M.A. "Osteobiography of the Skeletal Remains of Woseribre Seneb-Kay." Chapter 5 in 2021 King Seneb-Kay's Tomb and the Necropolis of a Lost Dynasty at Abydos, by Josef W. Wegner and Kevin Cahill. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

-----. "Skeletal Remains from the Main Tomb Cluster. Chapter 13 in King Seneb-Kay's 2021 Tomb and the Necropolis of a Lost Dynasty at Abydos, by Josef. W. Wegner and Kevin Cahill. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Hundley, J.M. 2022. Histories of the Canoe Journey: Border studies, critical Indigenous studies, and the decolonization and unsettling of Coast Salish territory. Journal of Borderlands Studies. 

-----. (2019). Repatriating the Past: Removing the Border through Transnational History. Human Organization 78 (4): 298-310.

 -----. (2018). Whither an International Issue: The Columbia River Treaty, theCanada/US Border, and the Curious Case of Libby, MT.  Journal of Borderlands Studies, 801-818.

Hutter, M. (2018). “Urban Imagery, Community, and the Future of New Orleans.” In Vessela Misheva and Andrew Blasko (eds). Jane Addams’ Sociology and the Spirit of Social Entrepreneurship. Acta Universitatsis Upsaliensis Studia Sociologica Upsaliensia 65.

Joy, S., E.Beck & A. Hurley. (2019). “The Traumatic Bereavement of Children Experiencing the Loss of a Loved One to Death Row.” In The Palgrave Handbook of Prison and Family, within the series Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology, edited by Hutton, Marie & Moran, Dominique. Palgrave Macmillan.

Bledsoe-Gardner, Anita and DeMond S. Miller. (2023). Climate, Disasters, Environment, and Justice: Examining Social Problems. Social Problems. virtual issue. https://academic.oup.com/socpro/pages/climate-virtual-issue

Miller, DeMond S. and Roland J. Thorpe Jr. (2022). COVID-19 and Health Inequalities: Lessons for Pandemic Disasters Yet to Come. Sociological Spectrum. 42:3, 157-161. 

Davis Bivens, Nicola and DeMond S. Miller. (2022). Policy for temporary crisis or sustained structural change in an age of disasters, crises, and pandemics. Kwartalnik Studia Z Polityki Publicznej / Public Policy Studies (SGH Warsaw School of Economics), Vol. 9 No. 3 pp. 9-27. 

Chapman, Connor & DeMond S. Miller. (2021). From Metaphor to Militarized Response: The Social Implications of “We are at War with COVID-19”—Crisis, Disasters, and Pandemics Yet to Come. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 40 Is. 9-10 pp. 1107-1124. 

Miller, DeMond S. (2021). Building resilient destinations and communities: The need for greater industry, community and academic collaboration. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, Vol. 13 No. 3, pp. 455-458.

Mills, John T.; Miller, DeMond S. (2021). Kobe: Guardian of an American cultural institution. Journal of African American Studies, Vol. 25 Is. 2, pp. 166-178. 

Chapman, Connor, DeMond S. Miller, Geremy Salley. (2021). Social Disruption of the Tourism and Hospitality Industries: Implications for post-COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, Vol. 13 No. 3, pp. 312-323. 

Miller, DeMond S. (2021). Abrupt new realities amid the disaster landscape as one crisis gives way to crises. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, Vol. 13 No. 3, pp. 304-311.

Miller, DeMond S. & John T. Mills. (2020). Schengen vs. Fortress Europe-EU. Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, Vol. 36 pg. 166-171.

Jahan, K., Bodnar, C., Farrell, S., Tang, Y., Noshadi, I., Slater, C. S., & Miller, D. S. (2019). Improving students’ learning behaviors through hands-on algae based project. International Journal of Engineering Education, 35(5), 1343-1352.

Rich, J. (2023). "Educational Supplement for Genocide Awareness Month." Genocide Studies International.

-----. (2023). "Educational Supplement for International Holocaust Remembrance Day." Genocide Studies International.

Rich, J. & Dack, W.M. (2022). "The Holocaust in Virtual Reality: Ethics and Possibilities." The Journal of Holocaust Education.

Rich, J. (2022). "Holocaust and Genocide Education: Looking Back, Moving Forward." Genocide Studies International.

-----. (2020). When, What, and How?:Teaching about the Holocaust. Journal of Jewish Education.

Rich,  J & Pearcy, M. (2019). The Boy in the Striped Pajamas:A Critical Analysis of a Film Depiction of the Holocaust. The Social Studies, 109 (6), 294-308.

 -----.(2019). “It led to great advances in science:” What teacher candidates know about the Holocaust. The Social Studies, 110(2), 51-66..

-----. (2018). The Haunting Past: A Consideration of Second and Third Generation Memoirs. Holocaust Studies, 24(4), 527-536.

Straub, Adam M. “‘Natural Disasters don’t kill people, governments kill people:’ Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico—recreancy, and ‘risk society.’” Natural Hazards 105(2): 1603-1621.

World Languages

Hohwald, Laurie. “The Beauty of Holiness: Architectural Representations of the Temple of Jerusalem in Spanish Golden Age Poetry.” Calíope, 25:1 (2020): 78-97. 

Mirra, Alessandra, editor.  Leopardi, Giacomo. “Abbozzi teatrali,” Poesie, prose, lettere. Bompiani, 2023. 2023

------. “A Threefold Adaptation: Mario Martone’s Il giovane favoloso.Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies, 8:1 (2020): 79-92.