- Imbrigotta, Kristopher. 2023. “Elisabeth Hauptmann;” “Berlin;” “Falk Richter;” “Frank Castorf.” In Encyclopedia of Modern Theatre, edited by Colin Chambers. London: Bloomsbury.
- Imbrigotta, Kristopher and Jack Aldisert*. 2022. “The Q-Effekt: Modern Drag Performance as Epic Theatre.” Presentation at the 18th Brecht Society Symposium, Tel Aviv University, Israel, December 2022.
- Imbrigotta, Kristopher and Karolina May-Chu. 2022. "Rethinking the Survey Course in German Studies." German Studies Collaboratory Blog Zeitnah. https://germanstudiescollaboratory.com/rethinking-the-survey-course.
* University of Puget Sound student Jack Aldisert ('19).
- Joshi, Priti. 2021. Empire News: The Anglo-Indian Press Writes India. Albany, NY: State University of New York. 2022 winner of the Colby prize from Research Society of Victorian Periodicals. Shortlisted for the DeLong prize from Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Printing 2022.
- Joshi, Priti. 2022a. "Grist for the Mill: History and the Essay in India, 1870-1920." In The Cambridge History of the British Essay, edited by Jason Childs and Denise Gigante.
- Joshi, Priti. 2022b. "To Swell a Scene: Reviewing Books and History in Mookerjee’s Magazine." Victorian Periodicals Review, special issue on “The Review.” 55 (2): 257-273.
French and Francophone Studies
- Kelley, Diane. 2022. "After 1792: Madame Helvetius, Auteuil and the French Revolution." Women's History Today 4: 23-32.
- Walter, K., K. Hall, and D. C. Latimer. 2022. "Aligning a Majorana Fermion’s Anapole Moment with an External Current through Photon Emission Mediated by the Fermion’s Generalized Polarizabilities." Physical Review D 106: 096021.
*University of Puget Sound students Kiana Walter ('21) and Kobi Hall ('20).
History and Latin American Studies
- Lear, John. 2022a. "Diego Rivera Paints the Proletariat." In Diego Rivera’s America, edited by James Oles. San Francisco, CA: exhibition catalog at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, University of California Press.
- Lear, John. 2022b. "The Red Squares of Manhattan." In Diego Rivera’s America, edited by James Oles. San Francisco, CA: exhibition catalog at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, University of California Press.
- Liao, Sam and Vanessa Carbonell. Forthcoming 2023. "Materialized Oppression in Medical Tools and Technologies." American Journal of Bioethics: 1-15.
- Liao, Sam and Nat Hansen. Forthcoming 2023. “‘Extremely Racist’ and ‘Incredibly Sexist’: An Empirical Response to the Charge of Conceptual Inflation.” Journal of the American Philosophical Association: 1-23.
Sociology and Anthropology
- Luo, Y. and Y. Gao. 2022. “In the Wake of the China-Africa Ivory Trade: More-than-Human Ethics Across Borders.” Social and Cultural Geography 23 (2): 270-291.
- Luo, Yu. 2022a. Book Review of The Sounds of Social Space: Branding, Built Environment, and Leisure in Urban China by Paul Kendall. The China Journal 87: 147-149.
- Luo, Yu. 2022b. “The Domestic Life of Buyi Videos: The ‘Home Mode’ in Ethnic Rural Southwest China.” Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology. doi:10.1080/00141844.2022.2081237.
- Balderrama, D.,* S. Barnwell,* K. D. Carlson, E. Salido,* R. Guevara, C. Nguyen,* and A. Madlung. 2023. "Phytochrome F Mediates Red Light Responsiveness Additively with Phytochromes B1 and B2 in Tomato." Plant Physiology.
- Oruganti, V., H. Toegelova, A. Pečinka, A. Madlung, and K. Schneeberger. 2022. “Rapid Large-Scale Genomic Introgression in Arabidopsis Suecica Via an Autoallohexaploid Bridge.” Genetics: iyac132. doi:https://doi.org/10.1093/genetics/iyac132.
*Co-authored by University of Puget Sound students D. Balderrama (‘21), S. Barnwell (‘21), E. Salido (‘20), and C. Nguyen (‘23).
Art and Art History
- Marcavage, Janet. Artist. Printmaking: A Social Practice. A UW-Madison Alumni Exhibition, selected by curator Tyanna Buie as part of Our Shared Future: The Southern Graphics Council International Conference, Memorial Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin–Madison, February & March, 2022.
- Marcavage, Janet. Artist. “East/West Portfolio.” Twenty Years of Marais Press: Imprinting a Campus and Collection, Hilliard Art Museum, University of Louisiana-Lafayette, September 10, 2021-August 20, 2022. https://hilliardmuseum.org/exhibits/twenty-years-of-marais-press-imprinting-a-campus-and-collection.
Greek, Latin & Mediterranean Studies
- Melchior, Aislinn.* Empire of Venus. Rausch Auditorium, Tacoma, WA, November 17-19, 2022.
*Cast included University of Puget Sound alumni E.J. Crocker, Heather Koch, and two actors from the Tacoma community.
Counseling - School of Education
- Morton, H. L. and N. Hill. 2022. “School Counseling: Collaborating with School Staff.” In Foundations of School Counseling: Innovations in Professional Practice, edited by C. N. Edwards and M. A. Graham. 1st ed., 265-278. New York: Springer Publishing Company.
School of Music
- Padula, Dawn, mezzo-soprano, role of Dame Quickly in "Falstaff," by Giuseppe Verdi. Puget Sound Concert Opera, Music Center of the Northwest, Seattle, WA, June 10, 2022.
- Padula, Dawn, mezzo-soprano, role of Dryade in "Ariadne Auf Naxos," by Richard Strauss. Vashon Opera, Vashon Center for the Arts, Vashon, WA, September 2 & 4, 2022.
- Padula, Dawn, mezzo-soprano, role of Maguellone in "Cendrillon," by Pauline Viardot. Puget Sound Concert Opera, Music Center of the Northwest & Cross of Christ Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA, September 23 & 25, 2022.
- Padula, Dawn, mezzo-soprano, role of Ruth in "The Pirates of Penzance," by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Seattle Gilbert and Sullivan Society, Bagley Wright Theatre, Seattle, WA, July 15-31, 2022.
- Padula, Dawn, mezzo-soprano soloist, "Fern Hill," by John Corigliano. Adelphian Concert Choir, Kilworth Chapel, Tacoma, WA, May 1, 2022.
- Padula, Dawn, mezzo-soprano soloist, "Requiem," by Gabriel Fauré. Northwest Repertory Singers, Kilworth Chapel, Tacoma, WA, May 21-22, 2022.
- Padula, Dawn, performer. “A Century of Musical Perspectives on Georgia Douglas Johnson.” Lecture-recital presented with Prof. Gwynne Brown at the African American Art Song Alliance 25th anniversary conference, Irving, CA, October 13-16, 2022.
- Padula, Dawn, performer. “Intimate Bach,” various works by J. S. Bach and Barbara Strozzi. Tacoma Bach Festival, Kilworth Chapel, Tacoma, WA, July 15-17, 2022.
Peine, Emelie K.
International Political Economy
- Peine, E. 2022a. “From the Forest to the Trees and Back again: Linking Local and Global in a Food Systems Curriculum.” Paper prepared for the USDA Hispanic-Serving Institutions Food and Agriculture Curriculum Symposium, Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe, NM, October 13, 2022.
- Peine, Emelie. 2022b. “Hooch: Liquor as Control, Liquor as Resistance.” Presentation at Rural Sociological Society Annual Conference, Denver, CO, August 7, 2022.
- Peine, Emelie. 2022c. “Revisiting a ‘Landscape of Consumption in Decline’: The Paradox of Pigeon Forge Tennessee.” Presentation at Appalachian Studies Association Annual Conference, Morgantown, WV, March 17-20, 2022.
- Peine, Emelie. 2022d. “Trans-Mountain Moonshine: Liquor, Identity, and Resistance in the Appalachian and Carpathian Mountains” Presentation at Appalachians/Carpathians International Mountain Conference, Transilvania University, Brasov, Romania, October 2-7, 2022.
- Protasi, Sara. 2022a. "Beyond Envy’s Dark Side." The Institute of Art and Ideas. https://iai.tv/articles/beyond-envys-dark-side-auid-2056.
- Protasi, Sara. 2022b. "Envy as a Civic Emotion." In Political Emotions: Towards a Decent Public Sphere, edited by Thom Brooks: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Protasi, Sara. 2022c. The Moral Psychology of Envy. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.
- Protasi, Sara. 2022d. "The Things We Envy: Fitting Envy and Human Goodness." In Fittingness, edited by Christopher M. Howard and Richard Rowland: Oxford University Press.
- Protasi, Sara, interviewee. 2022. “Why Envy Is a Powerful Motivator.” By Anna Bartter. Psychologies UK.
- Protasi, Sara, interviewee. 2022. “Anatomia dell’invidia (Con ipotesi di cura).” By Giuliano Aluffi. Il Venerdì di Repubblica (2022).