Faculty Scholarship

2017 Faculty Scholarship

Awards, Grants, Fellowships

Dawley, Evan.  Taiwan Fellowship, from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China

Group Research Grant, from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Fernstrom, Katharine $600 award from The Adjunct Faculty Professional Development Fund of the Maryland Institute College of Art, to enhance teaching Native American Art History, by visiting works on paper by Myra Kukiiyaut at the Art Gallery of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

Pollauf, Jacqueline. 2017. Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award.

Flann, Kathy, Received $4,500 Grant from Maryland Traditions Program of the Maryland State Arts Council, and $1500 Grant from the The William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund for the Festival.

Flann, Kathy, Finalist, Literary Arts Category, Baker Artist Awards, Baltimore, MD, 2017.

Flann, Kathy, Winner, Get a Grip, Short Story Category, International Book Awards, 2016

Flann, Kathy, Winner, Get a Grip, Short Story Category, National Indie Excellence Awards, 2016

Kasniunas, Nina, Winner, ALL IN Standout Faculty Award, ALL IN Challenge Awards, Washington, D.C., October 2017

Thom Woodson, Amanda, 2017, Maryland State Yoga Asana Senior Women’s Champion.  March 4-6, 2017, Columbus, OH

Thom Woodson, Amanda, Finalist National Yoga Asana Senior Women’s Championship.  Ranked 7th in nation.  August 4-6, 2017, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Nicotra, Ryan- Awards, 2016, The Firebrand Award. The inaugural honor “given to an individual shaping our community for the better” at the final 2016 Baltimore United Local Stages & Hidden Independent Theatre Awards, presented by the anonymous Baltimore small stage critics group known as The Bad Oracle.

 

Books

Bowen, José Antonio, & Watson, C. Edward. 2017, Teaching Naked Techniques: A Practical Guide to Designing Better Classes, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Grebowicz, Margret. 2017. Whale Song. London, UK: Bloomsbury.

Blekhman, Mikhail and Samilenko, Olya. Translators. Spohady snihovoji husky. By Olya Samilenko. Kiev, Ukraine. Kayala Publishing House, 2017.

Duncan, Ann and Jacob Goodson, Eds. 2016. The Universe is Indifferent: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives on Mad Men. Eugene, OR: Cascade Press.

Baker, H. Kent, Filbeck, Greg and Ricciardi, Victor. (eds.). 2017. Financial Behavior: Players, Services, Products, and Markets. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 

Articles

Bess, Jennifer. 2016. “The Right to More than a Cabbage Patch: Akimel O’odham Sacred Stories and the Form and Content of Petitions to the Federal Government, 1899–1912.”  Ethnohistory 63 (1): 119-142.

Carlson, Emily, Holtyn, August, Fingerhood, Michael, Friedman-Wheeler, Dara G., Leoutsakos, Jeannie-Marie, & Silverman, Kenneth. 2016. “The effects of the therapeutic workplace and heavy alcohol use on homelessness among homeless alcohol-dependent adults.”  Drug and Alcohol Dependence 168: 135-139.

Detweiler, Jerusha, Bodenlos, Jamie, & Friedman-Wheeler, Dara G. 2016. “The undergraduate researcher: Why, when, and how to collaborate with your students.”  The Behavior Therapist 39(6): 193-205.

Baker, H. Kent, Filbeck, Greg and Ricciardi, Victor. (2017). “How Behavioral Biases Affect Finance Professionals”. The European Financial Review, December-January 2017, pp. 25-29.

Kelley, Troy D., Cassenti, Daniel N., Marusich, Laura R., & Ghirardelli, Thomas G. 2017. “Numerosity estimates for attended and unattended items in visual search.” Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 79, 1336-1351.

Grebowicz, Margret. 2016. “Libidinal Ecology: Sex and the Anthropocene (II).” Public Seminar January 26, 2016. http://www.publicseminar.org/2016/01/libidinal-ecology-sex-and-the-anthropocene-ii/#.WUhttsaZPR0

Baker, H. Kent, Filbeck, Greg and Ricciardi, Victor. (2017). “How Behavioral Biases Affect Finance Professionals”. Rotman Management Magazine, Spring 2017, pp. 56-61. (Article reprinted for special behavioral finance issue by the University of Toronto.)

Larkey, Uta. “Past Forward: Oral History Interviews with Holocaust Survivors and Storytelling,” Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals 13:02 (Spring 2017), p. 133-142.

Martin, Florence. “Cinéma-monde: De-orbiting Maghrebi cinema” Contemporary French Civilization. Vol. 41, No. 3-4, 2016: 461-476.

Lummis, Sarah, & McCabe, Jennifer, Sickles, Abigail, Byler, Rebecca, Hochberg, Sarah, Eckart, Sarah, & Kahler, Corinne. 2017. “Lyrical memory: Mnemonic effects of music for musicians and non-musicians.” Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research (22.2): 141-150.

McCabe, Jennifer, Redick, Thomas, & Engle, Randall. 2016. “Brain-training pessimism, but applied-memory optimism.” Psychological Science in the Public Interest (17): 187-191.

McCabe, Jennifer. 2017. “Between-subjects research design.” Pp. 471-472 in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A., Wenzel. Thousand Oaks, CA. SAGE Publications.

McCabe, Jennifer. 2017. “Control groups.” P. 867 in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A., Wenzel. Thousand Oaks, CA. SAGE Publications.

McCabe, Jennifer. 2017. “Convenience samples.” Pp. 873-874 in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A., Wenzel. Thousand Oaks, CA. SAGE Publications.

McCabe, Jennifer. 2017. “Counterbalancing.” Pp. 904-905 in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A., Wenzel. Thousand Oaks, CA. SAGE Publications.

McCabe, Jennifer. 2017. “Cross-sectional research design.” P. 915 in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A., Wenzel. Thousand Oaks, CA. SAGE Publications.

McCabe, Jennifer. 2017. “Floor and ceiling effects.” P. 1492 in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A., Wenzel. Thousand Oaks, CA. SAGE Publications.

McCabe, Jennifer. 2017. “Regression toward the mean.” P. 2825 in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A., Wenzel. Thousand Oaks, CA. SAGE Publications.

McCabe, Jennifer. 2017. “Within-subjects research design.” Pp. 3736-3737 in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A., Wenzel. Thousand Oaks, CA. SAGE Publications.

Moreno-López, I., Ramos-Sellman, A., Miranda-Aldaco, C., & Gomis-Quinto, M. (2017). Transforming Ways of Enhancing Foreign Language Acquisition in the Spanish Classroom: Experiential Learning Approaches. Foreign Language Annals. DOI:10.1111/flan.12267

Dvorak, Matthew, Mora, Germán, Graniero, Lauren, & Surge, Donna. 2016. “Carbon and nitrogen tracers of land use effects on net ecosystem metabolism in mangrove estuaries, southwest Florida.”  Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 181: 14-26.

Oweidat, Lana and Lydia McDermott. “Neither Brave nor Safe: Interventions in Empathy for Tutor-Training.” 2017 (Forthcoming). The Peer Review: A Journal for Writing Center Practitioners. Special Issue: Writing Centers as Brave/r Spaces.

Baker, H. Kent, Filbeck, Greg and Ricciardi, Victor.  (2017). “Financial Behavior: An Overview”. Financial Behavior: Players, Services, Products, and Markets. H. Kent Baker, Greg Filbeck, and Victor Ricciardi, editors, 3-22. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Ricciardi, Victor. (2017). “The Financial Psychology of Players, Services, and Products”. Financial Behavior: Players, Services, Products, and Markets. H. Kent Baker, Greg Filbeck, and Victor Ricciardi, editors, 23-41. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Ricciardi, Victor. (2017). “The Psychology of Speculation in the Financial Markets”. Financial Behavior: Players, Services, Products, and Markets. H. Kent Baker, Greg Filbeck, and Victor Ricciardi, editors, 481-498, New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2017.

Ricciardi, Victor. (2017) “The Role of Group Psychology in Behavioural Finance: A Research Starting Point for Banking, Economic, and Financial Historians”. Decision Taking, Confidence and Risk Management in Banks: From Early Modernity to the 20th Century. Korinna Schönhärl, editor, 269-292, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

Romero, Fernando. 2017. Review of” What Is a People?” by Alan Badiou, Pierre Bourdieu, Judith Butler, Georges Didi-Huberman, Sadri Khiari, and Jacques Rancière. Law, Culture and the Humanities 13(2): 311-314.

San Filippo, Maria. 2017. “‘Art Porn Provocauteurs: Feminist Performances of Embodiment in the Work of Catherine Breillat and Lena Dunham.” Pp. 165-180 in Reading Lena Dunham’s Girls: Feminism, Post-Feminism, Authenticity, and Gendered Performance in Contemporary Television, edited by M. Nash and I. Whelehan. Basingstoke, UK. Palgrave. Reprint

Shuster, Martin. 2016. “A Phenomenology of Home: Jean Améry on Homesickness,” Journal of French and Francophone Studies, 24:3, 117-127.

Shuster, Martin. 2016. “Adorno and Negative Theology,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, 37:1, 97-130.

Shuster, Martin. 2017. “Adorno’s ‘Theses on Need,’ (with Iain Macdonald)” (translation of Theodor W. Adorno’s “Thesen über Bedurfnis”), Adorno Studies, 1:1, 101-104.

St. Ours, Kathryn. 2017. “Empathie narrative et changement climatique dans Musher de Julien Gravelle.” The Goose: A Journal of Arts, Environment and Culture in Canada. 16.1: 1-4.

McKibben, Mark & Webster, Micah. 2017. “Abstract functional second-order stochastic evolutions equations with applications.” Afrika Matematika 28 (5-6): 755-780

Weiss, Lisa. 2017. “Summertime- a short story and an accompanying original drawing.” Story Shack. an online literary journal. January 2017

Weiss, Lisa. 2017. “Battle Hymn” – a flash fiction story. Will be published by “Flash Fiction Magazine”, an online literary magazine, on November 1, 2017

Wells, Juliette. “The 1816 Philadelphia Emma: A Forgotten Edition and Its Readers.” Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 38 (2016): 155-78.

 

Book chapters

Billo, E., 2017. “Resource extraction and the right to protest: Criminalization and everyday constructions of the post-neoliberal Ecuadorian state.” Pp 39-56 In Governance in the Extractive Industries: Power, Cultural Politics and Regulation, edited by L. Leonard and S. N. Grovogui. Abingdon and New York: Routledge.

Duncan, Ann. 2016. “Binding Ourselves to the Truth: Quakerism and the Paradox of Liberated Motherhood.” Pp. 125-138 In Angels on Earth: Mothering in Religious and Spiritual Contexts, edited by Vanessa Reimer. Bradford, ON. Demeter Press.

Duncan, Ann. 2016. “All the Research Points to the Fact that Mothers Feel Guilty’: Maternal Desire and the Social Construction of Motherhood in Mad Men,” pp. 78-100 In The Universe is Indifferent: Philosophical and Religious Reflections on Mad Men, edited by Ann Duncan and Jacob Goodson. Eugene, OR. Cascade Press.

Grebowicz, Margret. 2017. “Orca Intimacies and Environmental Slow Death: Earthling Ethics for a Claustrophobic World.” Pp. 464-72 In The Routledge International Handbook on Gender and Environment, edited by S. MacGregor. New York, NY: Routledge.

Grebowicz, Margret. 2016.“The Internet and the Death of Jazz: Race, Improvisation, and the Crisis of Community.” Pp. 72-83 In 21st Century Perspectives on Music, Technology, and Culture: Listening Spaces, edited by R. Purcell and R. Randall. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

Friedman-Wheeler, Dara G., Stolar, Neal, & Wenzel, Amy. 2017. “Mood Disorders: Overview.”  In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A. Wenzel.  Thousand Oaks, CA.  SAGE Publications.

Friedman-Wheeler, Dara G. & Wheeler, Rob. 2017. “Institutional Review Boards.”  In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A. Wenzel.  Thousand Oaks, CA.  SAGE Publications.

Kraemer, Helena C.  & Friedman-Wheeler, Dara G. 2017.  “Mediation.” In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A. Wenzel.  Thousand Oaks, CA.  SAGE Publications.

Kraemer, Helena C.  & Friedman-Wheeler, Dara G. 2017.  ”Moderation.”  In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A. Wenzel.  Thousand Oaks, CA.  SAGE Publications.

Wenzel, Amy & Friedman-Wheeler, Dara G. 2017.  “Structured Clinical Interviews.”  In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, edited by A. Wenzel.  Thousand Oaks, CA.  SAGE Publications.

Hubbard, Nancy. 2017. “Current Trends in Successful International Mergers and Acquisitions.” Pp. 422-435 in Financial Behavior – Players, Services, Products, and Markets edited by in K. Baker; G. Filbeck and V. Ricciard. New York: Oxford University Press.

Focus issue on “Storytelling: Oral Histories, Archives, and Museums” guest edited by Greg Lambousy and Mark Cave, edited by Juilee Decker.

Larkey, Uta. 2017. “Transcending Memory in Multigenerational Holocaust Survivors’ Families, in Jewish Families in Europe.” p. 209-232 In 1939­Present: History, Representation, and Memory, ed. Joanna Michlic. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England.

Martin, Florence and Patricia Caillé, “Reel Bad Maghrebi Women.” Pp 167-184 In Bad Girls in the Arab World. edited by Nadia Yaqub, Rula Quawas, Elizabeth Bishop. University of Texas Press, 2017.

Tokarczyk, Michelle. “Go Left, Young Women: Proletarian Women Writers.” In Cambridge History of American Working-Class Literature. edited by Coles, Nicholas and Paul Lauter. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge UP, 2017

Turner, Rory. 2017. “Being Culture: Critical Radical Empathy and Cultural Sustainability” In Music and Sustainable Cultures edited by Timothy J. Cooley and Gregory Melchor-Barz. Champaign, Illinois. University of Illinois Press.

 

Book Reviews

Dawley, Evan. 2016. Review of Taiwan Straits: Crisis in Asia and the Role of the U.S. Navy by Bruce Elleman. Pacific Historical Review 85(3): 468-469

Dawley, Evan. 2016. Review of Asian Expansions: The Historical Experience of Polity Expansion in Asia edited by Geoff Wade. The Journal of Military History 80(3): 875

Samilenko, Olya. 2017. Review of Kinotalk: 21st Century by Olga Mesropova. Georgetown University Press

Shuster, Martin. 2017. Review of Adorno and Philosophical Modernism: The Inside of Things by Roger Foster (Lexington, 2016).  Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 75:3, 324-326.

Shuster, Martin. 2017. Grand Hotel Abyss: The Lives of the Frankfurt School by Stuart Jeffries, (Verso, 2015), Reading Religion (online).

Shuster, Martin. 2016. Adorno’s Practical Philosophy: Living Less Wrongly by Fabian Freyenhagen, (Cambridge University Press, 2013) Journal of Moral Philosophy, 13:4, 502-505.

St. Ours, Kathryn. 2017. Review of Can Neuroscience Change Our Minds? by Hilary Rose and Steven Rose. British Society for Literature and Science. Online: February 2017.

St. Ours, Kathryn. 2016. Review of How Literature Plays with the Brain by Paul Armstrong. British Society for Literature and Science. Online: March 2016.

 

Creative  Scholarship : Choreography, Performances, Exhibits, Designs

Ahearn, Elizabeth. 2017. Vivaldi Recomposed (Mvt. 1-2). (Choreography). Baltimore, MD. 2017

Ahearn, Elizabeth. 2017. Bach Concerto. (Choreography). 20 dancers. Baltimore, MD.

Ahearn, Elizabeth. 2016. The Order Within. (Choreography) 12 dancers. Baltimore, MD.

Delaney, Rick. 2017. “Artists for Truth.” SpaceCamp Gallery, Baltimore, MD, Jun 2 – 23

Delaney, Rick. 2017. “Performance Series.” WPA Auction Gala, Washington DC, March 24

Delaney, Rick. 2016. “Thirteen Ways to Protest.” | sindikit |, Baltimore, MD, November 11

Delaney, Rick. 2016. “The Big Show.” Creative Alliance, Baltimore, MD, June 25- July 30.

Garofalo, Linda. 2017. Earthseed. (Choreography) Goucher College, Baltimore, MD., April 21-22.

Koehler, Elisa. 2016. Newberry’s Victorian Cornet Band (on 19C period instruments). Seven Performances. (Conductor) International Vintage Band Festival. Northfield, MN., July 28-31.

Koehler, Elisa. 2016. Playing with History. (Lecture-demonstration for trumpet majors) University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, October 18.

Koehler, Elisa. 2016. Playing with History. (Lecture-demonstration for trumpet majors) Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN, October 20.

Koehler, Elisa. 2016.  Newberry’s Victorian Cornet Band (performance on 19C period instruments). TTU Tuba and Euphonium Festival, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN, October 20.

Koehler, Elisa. 2017. Arban at the Opera. (Lecture-Recital) Goucher College, March 2.

McDavitt, Daniel. 2016. Benedicam Dominum. (Music composition) Goucher Chamber Singers, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD., November 8.

McDavitt, Daniel. 2017. Three Memories. (Music composition) Deer Creek Chorale, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD., April 30.

McDavitt, Daniel. 2017. Farewell Song to the Banks of Ayr.  (Music composition) Charleston Civic Chorus, Charleston, WV, April 30.

McDavitt, Daniel. 2017. A Song of Joys. (Music composition) Goucher Graduation Choir, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD., May 15.

McDavitt, Daniel. Has been awarded a commission from the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition for a new work to be premiered at Brigham Young University in March 2018.

Nicotra, Ryan. Oh So You Know Uno. (Contributing playwright and actor) North East Theatre Festival, Bel Air, MD. 2016

Pollauf, Jacqueline. 2016. Premiere of Russian Winter by Emmanuel Dubois for harp and voice. Carnegie Hall, New York, NY. December 9, 2016.

Thom Woodson, Amanda. 2016. Emergence (Choreography) Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center, Orlando, FL, December 3, 2016 and Valencia College, Orlando, FL., March 11, 2017.

Turner, Rory “Baltimore Rhythm Festival” (Festival Management and Organizational Leadership) Oct 1, 2016. Lovely Lane Church. Baltimore.

Weiss, Lisa. 2016. “Narrow Path” – song and lyrics, composed, written and performed by Lisa Weis. “Lyric: A Music Workshop.” Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA. August 2016

Weiss, Lisa. 2017. Guest improvisational pianist for Modern Dance Company, “What’s Written Within.” Martha’s Vineyard, MA. June 2017

Conference Presentations and Posters

Ahearn, Elizabeth. 2016. “The Effects of Pilates on Pelvic Alignment in Dancers Ages 17-22” Research presented at the Pilates Method Alliance 16th Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ.

Cottle, Katherine. 2017. “Creative Nonfiction.” Presented at the Dublin Writers’ Conference. June 2017. Dublin.

Cottle, Katherine. 2017. “Baltimore Sideshow.” Presented at the PCA Conference. February 2017. Las Vegas.

Naumann, L., Yao, R. & Cresiski, R. 2017. “Leveraging undergraduate research to address meaningful campus issues.”  Presentation accepted at the Council for Undergraduate Research Conference on Undergraduate Research Collaborations. June 2017. Flagstaff, New Mexico.

Shi, Q., LeMaistre, T., Cresiski, R., Thanki, S. 2017. “Making connections to student success: big data at a small college library.”  Submitted for peer review for the American Educational Research Association National Conference. April 2017. San Antonio, TX.

Shi, Q., Cresiski, R., Scinta, T., Le, J., & Thanki, S. 2017. “Underrepresented seniors’ participation in high-impact practices and student success. Submitted for peer review for the American Educational Research Association National Conference. April 2017. San Antonio, TX.

Cresiski, R., Scinta, T., Thanki, S.*, Shi, Q., Haney, M., Yao, R., & Le-Nguyen, J. 2017. “Undergraduate research: Not just for research universities.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE). January 2017. Honolulu, HI.

Barber, D.*, Benson, W., Sharp, G. Cresiski, R., & Round, J. 2017. “Undergraduate students’ perceptions of factors affecting acceptance into graduate programs:  differences in accuracy based on type of undergraduate institution and race.”  Poster presented Conference on Academic Research in Education (CARE). January 2017. Las Vegas, NV.

Haney, M.*, Thanki, S., Shi, Q., Cresiski, R., & Le-Nguyen, J. (2017, January). “Does financial aid matter? An examination of Pell Grants and underrepresented students’ performance.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE). January 2017. Honolulu, HI

Duncan, Ann. 2017. “Leaning In, Mommy Wars, and the Possibilities of Sacred Motherhood,” Smith-Willson Lecture, Southwestern College, Winfield, KS.

Duncan, Ann. 2016. “The Largest Religious Affiliation has None: Disaffiliation and the Future of American Religion,” Morgan State University Fall Colloquia, Baltimore, MD.

Duncan, Ann. 2016. Respondent, Sectarianism, Public Perception, and Contemporary Spirituality in the Religious Society of Friends,  Quaker Studies Group, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Flann, Kathy. 2017. “Crafting Opening Pages That Readers and Editors Can’t Resist.” Presented at the Maryland Writers Association. Feb 23, Baltimore, MD.

Flann, Kathy. 2017. “Writing Neighborhoods: Crafting the Places We Live.” Presented at the Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference. Feb 17, Washington, DC.

Flann, Kathy. 2017. “Women in Publishing.” Presented at the Northern Virginia Chapter, American Association of University Women. Jan 7, Springfield, VA.

Flann, Kathy. 2016. “Rural and Urban Landscapes in Short Fiction.” Presented at the Southern Festival of Books. Oct 14-16,Nashville, TN.

Flann, Kathy. 2016. “Crafting Opening Pages That Readers and Editors Can’t Resist” and “Writing Fiction Derived From Real Life Experiences.” Presented at the Just Write Conference, Harford County Public Library. Sept 25, Jarrettsville, MD.

Ghirardelli, Thomas G., Jones, Anya, Werkheiser, Anne, Dunn, Katherine, Goffi, Elia, Goldrich, Soliana, Monthie, Kathryn, Leffers, Jessica, Fuller, Genevieve, Kolb, Elizabeth, Moore, Alexander, & Engelke, Leigh 2017. “Are meaningful letter strings processed like sentences in RSVP?” Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association. March 16-19, 2017, Boston, MA.

Grebowicz, Margret. 2016. “Detumscence: Life and the aesthetics of descent.” Presented at Climbing: From Bios to Zoe and Beyond. November 2016, New York City.

Grebowicz, Margret. 2016. “What can be played?” Presented at Tuning Speculation 3. November 2016, Toronto, Canada.

Grebowicz, Margret. 2016. “Pornography and the information society.”  Presented at Kyiv-Mohoyla Academy Gender Studies Colloquium Series. September 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Levy, Kyle, Nehls, Randi, Chapagain, Sushma, DeVault, Kari, Finley, Michaela, Lund, Erik, McGraw, Kristina, Mitchell, Daisy, Werkheiser, Anne, Mazid, Leena J., Scherer, Alix, & Friedman-Wheeler, Dara G. 2017. “Coloring for grown-ups: Are there benefits for mindfulness & mood?” Presented at the Mid-Atlantic Undergraduate Psychology Conference. 1st through 11th authors Goucher College Students. March 10, 2017, Bel Air, MD.

Hubbard, Nancy. 2017. ‘Global Strategy: Competing at the Interface’. Presented a at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Atlanta, August.

Hubbard, Nancy. 2017. “Acquisition, Strategy and Implementation: A Focus on Success through Implementation”. Institut d’Administration des Entreprises (IAE) Aix-en-Provence, Université of Aix-Marseilles. Puyricard, France. March

*Duca, S. and Kicklighter, C. 2017. “Characterization of the chemical defense system in the marsh grass Schoenoplectus americanus, using a bioassay-guided fractionation approach.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Benthic Ecology Society. April 12, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Koehler, Elisa. 2017. “Arban at the Opera.” Lecture-recital presented at the annual conference of the International Trumpet Guild. June 2, 2017. Hershey, PA.

Koehler, Elisa. 2017. “Arban at the Opera.” Paper presentation at the Third International Historic Brass Society Symposium. July 13, 2017. New York, NY.

Larkey, Uta. The Brichah in History and Film, Association for Israel Studies, 33rd Annual Conference, Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, Brandeis University. June 13, 2017. Boston, MA,

Larkey, Uta. 2017. “Ever onward to Eretz Israel:” Filmic Representations of Brichah Activities in post-WWII Europe. Western Jewish Studies Association. March 26, 2017. Claremont, CA.

Marcus, Daniel. 2017. “’To Call It a ‘Zoo’ Would Be Unkind to Animals’: How Cable Television Came to Miami.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies. March 25, 2017. Chicago, IL.

Marcus, Daniel. 2016. “Grizzly Man: Performative Selves Among the Species.” Presented at Visible Evidence XXIII: International Conference on Documentary Film and Media. August 13, 2016. Bozeman, MT.

Martin, Florence March 2017: « Cinéma-monde et communauté imaginée: Mimosas (Oliver Laxe, 2016) et Bedwin Hacker (2003) » with Isabelle Favre. NEMLA Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Martin, Florence, September 2016: “Off the French grid: Moroccan cinema unplugged”, World Cinema and Television in French conference, U of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

McCabe, Jennifer, Lummis, Sarah, Pearman, Ashley, Spell, Jamie, Hochberg, Sarah, Turner, Adrianne, & Hopkins, Megan. 2017. “The why and how of group learning in undergraduates.” Presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Conference. March, Boston, MA.

Lummis, Sarah, McCabe, Jennifer, Sickles, Abigail, Eckart, Sarah, Hochberg, Sarah, Kahler, Corinne, Stern, Bianca, Hauptman, Alyssa, & Stern, Talya. 2017. “Lyrical memory: Mnemonic effects of music for musicians and non-musicians.” Presented at the Eastern Psychological Association Conference. March, Boston, MA.

Nicotra, Ryan. “Views from Student Leaders: Finding Your Advocacy Voice”.

Presented at the annual Arts Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C. for Americans for the Arts, 2017.

Oweidat, Lana. 2017. “Power, Ethics, and the War on Terror: Tensions between the Rhetoric of Saving and Cultural Relativism.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication: Cultivating Capacity, Creating Change. Portland, Oregon.

Oweidat, Lana. 2017 (Forthcoming). “Troubling Transnational Solidarities: Disrupting Islamophobic Pedagogies.” The National Women’s Studies Association Conference. Baltimore, Maryland.

Filbeck, Greg and Ricciardi, Victor, moderators. 2016, November 19. “Panel on Behavioral Finance.” Panelists included: Harold Evensky, Steve Fan, Hunter Holzhauer, and Andrew Spieler. Presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Southern Finance Association, Destin, Florida.

Ricciardi, Victor. 2017, May 17. “Behavioral Finance Traps in Muni Land… and How Can We Avoid Them?” Presented at the National Federation of Municipal Analysts, Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference – 2017, Washington, DC.

Ricciardi, Victor. 2016, September 23. “Emerging Research and Policy Issues in Behavioral Finance” Presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Ricciardi, Victor. 2017, January 30. “Financial Behavior: The Psychology of Client Communications.” Presented at Financial Planning Association, National Capital Area:  The 2017 Winter Educational Symposium Navigating the New Financial Planning Landscape, Dulles Hyatt, Herndon, VA.

Ricciardi, Victor. 2016, September 19. “The Psychology of Risk: The Behavioral Finance Perspective.” Presented at Financial Planning Association of the Philadelphia Tri-State Fall Treat 2016, Villanova, PA.

Salvaggio, Marko. 2017. “Experiencing Place and Nonplace in the Backpacker Hostel.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Society of the Study of Symbolic Interaction. August 11-13, 2017, Montreal, Quebec.

San Filippo, Maria. 2017. “Good Sex, ‘Bad Feminists,’ and Emergent Female Provocauteurs.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies. March 25, Chicago.

San Filippo, Maria. 2017. “Talking Back to Papa: Feminist Rewritings of ‘The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber.’” Presented at the annual meeting of the American Literature Association. May 25, Boston.

Shuster, Martin. 2016. “Rorty and (the Politics of) Love.” Presented at the inaugural meeting of the Richard Rorty Society. September, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY.

Shuster, Martin. 2016. “Suffering, History, and Transparent.” Presented at the American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting. November, San Antonio, TX.

Shuster, Martin. 2016. “New Television and Beyond” Presented at the American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting. November, San Antonio, TX.

Shuster, Martin. 2017. “What Do We Owe Others?” Served as respondent at the American Philosophical Association Annual Meeting. January 2017. Baltimore, MD.

St. Ours, Kathryn. 2016. Publicité et Valeurs Culturelles dans des Pays de Langue Française. Presented at the Culture and Language Across the Curriculum Conference. Des Moines, Iowa.

St. Ours, Kathryn and Girardi, Elisabetta. 2107. “Pubblicità e Valori Culturali in Italia.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Northeast Modern Language Association. Baltimore.

St. Ours, Kathryn. 2017. “Le nationalisme bien tempéré de Fatou Diome.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Northeast Modern Language Association. Baltimore.

St. Ours, Kathryn. 2017. “How Mushy are Mushers? A Study in Narrative Empathy.” Presented at the annual meeting of the European Society for Art, Literature and Science. Basel, Switzerland.

Wells, Juliette. “The 1816 Philadelphia Emma: A Forgotten Edition and Its Readers.” Keynote address, annual meeting of the Jane Austen Society of North America. October 2016, Washington, D.C.

Wells, Juliette. “A Likeness Pleases Every Body”: Emma, Ekphrasis, and the Accomplished Woman.” Presented at the “Jane Austen and the Arts” conference, SUNY Plattsburgh. March 2017, Plattsburgh, NY.

Wells, Juliette. “Restoring an Avid Reader to Canadian Book History and Austen Reception: Christian, Countess of Dalhousie.” Presented at “Technologies of the Book,” the annual meeting of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP). June 2017, University of Victoria, BC.

Thom Woodson, Amanda. The Fundamentals of Movement: A Method to Master Correct Body Mechanics for Improved Performance.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Maryland Dance Education Association.  Oct 21, 2016 Baltimore

Turner, Rory. 2017. “Culture-making in the Anthropocene: Participation and Diverse Environmentalisms.” Presented at Performing Diverse Environmentalisms: Expressive Culture at the Crux of Ecological Change Symposium at Indiana University. March 3. Indiana

Turner, Rory. 2017. “Culture-making in the Anthropocene: Participation and Diverse Environmentalisms” Presented at Performing Diverse Environmentalisms: Expressive Culture at the Crux of Ecological Change Symposium at Indiana University. March 3. Indiana.

Turner, Rory. 2017. “Baltimore Rhythm Festival as Applied Existential Folklore”, poster at Society for Applied Anthropology. March 29. Santa Fe, NM.

Turner, Rory. 2016. “Cultural Existentialism and the Enactment of Participation; Or Pathetic Fallacies, All the Way Down.” Forum presentation in Folklore and “Environmental Humanities”: Rich Pasts, Future Engagements, at annual meeting of the American Folklore Society. October 21. Miami, FL.

Wells, Juliette. 2016. “Mondays at Beinecke: Juliette Wells on Jane Austen’s Emma.” Invited lecture, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University. December 2016, New Haven, CT.

Wells, Juliette. “Celebrating Jane Austen and Emma.” Invited lecture, Woman’s Club of Roland Park. May 2017, Baltimore.

Newspapers, Magazines, Interviews and Blogs

Duncan, Ann. 2017. “Impolite Conversations, Episode 25: Supreme Court Wrap Up,”http://impconvo.blubrry.com/impolite-conversation-25/

Duncan, Ann. 2017. “The New Normal: Friends, Family Presiding at Weddings,” by Brittany Britto,  Baltimore Sun, February 16, 2017, http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/weddings/bs-lt-wedding-officiant-20170219-story.html

Duncan, Ann. 2016. “Living Questions: Native American Religion and the Dakota Access Pipeline,” Mid-day with Tom Hall, WYPR (Baltimore NPR affiliate).

Flann, Kathy. 2016-17. “Letter from America,” a tri-annual column that appears in the UK magazine, Writing in Education, 2006-present.

Flann, Kathy. 2017. “Shortcomings and Failures.” Stay Thirsty, Spring Issue: http://www.staythirstymagazine.com/p/flann.html

Flann, Kathy. 2017.“Make Readers Feel.” Stay Thirsty, Winter Issue:http://www.staythirstymagazine.com/p/by-kathy-flann-baltimore-md-usa_19.html

Flann, Kathy. 2016. “Separate But Equal.” St Martin travel piece in Baltimore Style, December Issue: http://baltimorestyle.com/27579/separate-but-equal/

Flann, Kathy. 2016. “Betraying the Reader.” Stay Thirsty, Fall Issue: http://www.staythirstymedia.com/201610-094/html/201610-flann-betraying-reader.html

Flann, Kathy. 2016. “Why You Aren’t Getting Published.” Stay Thirsty, Summer Issue:  http://www.staythirstymedia.com/201607-093/html/201607-flann-getting-published.html

Flann, Kathy. “Sink or Swim,” memoir piece, Baltimore Style, August 2016

Weinstein, Yana, & McCabe, Jennifer. 2016. How to design a blog writing assignment in 3 easy steps. The Learning Scientists, June 30, 2016. Retrieved from http://www.learningscientists.org/blog/2016/6/30-1?rq=McCabe

McCabe, Jennifer. 2017. “Make it stick in Cognitive Psychology.” Teaching with Metacognition, June 16, 2017. Retrieved from http://www.improvewithmetacognition.com/make-it-stick-in-cognitive-psychology-mccabe/

San Filippo, Maria. 2017. “The Revolutionary Thighs of Hannah Horvath.” Los Angeles Review of Books, February 21, https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/the-revolutionary-thighs-of-hannah-horvath.

Shuster, Martin. 2017. “Holocaust Statements and Identity in/of/for the World,” Culture on the Edge: A Peer Reviewed Blog, February 9.

Shuster, Martin. 2017. “A Geographical Sketch of Silence,” Four by Three Magazine, July 24.

Smith, Tami. 2017. “Baltimore Community Foundation 20 Minute Update: School Effectiveness” [Video File], August. Retrieved from: https://youtu.be/s-9P2eNrEIE

Connolly, Faith, Stein, Marc, & Smith, Tami. 2017.  “The Case for Improvement Science — Urban Education Reform” EdWeek, August 7,  http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/urban_education_reform/2017/08/the_case_for_improvement_science.html

Wells, Juliette. 2016. Quoted in Michael Yockel, “Shelf Life.” Baltimore Style, October 2016.

Wells, Juliette. 2017. Quoted in Jennifer Schuessler, “Jane Austen Has Alt-Right Fans? Heavens to Darcy!” New York Times, March 25, 2017, C6.

Wells, Juliette. Quoted in Stephanie Vozza, “Five Ways Reading Fiction Makes You Better at Your Job.” Fast Company, April 7, 2017.

Wells, Juliette. 2017. “Reading Jane Austen: The Du Ponts.” Hagley Museum library blog, June 19, 2017.