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NOTE FROM THE PROVOST

celebrating creative inquiry

When I interview candidates to join the University of Puget Sound, I always ask them to tell me their origin story of who they are in their professional, disciplinary identities.  More often than not, I hear about a specific mentor who during their college years excitedly made them see the world in a way that suddenly resonated with them.  For some of them, this propelled them into the mentor’s lab or studio or book project or area of expertise, allowing an early look into the vitality—vitalness, really—of how an engaged faculty and staff demonstrate an academic institution’s commitment to deep and rich learning and to the world that needs and benefits from their expertise.

Our Celebration of Creative Inquiry recognizes members of our intellectual and creative community at the University of Puget Sound and honors their accomplishments as researchers, scholars, and artists.  Their works, compiled here, are key markers of who they are scholars, and also who they are as teachers—our students see their work and their excitement, and even if students don’t aspire to more years in school doing graduate work, they are delighted by, impressed by, proud of the work of their mentors.  Just like the rest of us—delighted, impressed, proud—around a whole host of topics:

sea birds and bumble bees, mouse muscles and Episcopalians, the stakeholders in controversial environmental sites, voting rights, language development, and free speech;

open source software, avant-garde performances;

musical acoustics and co-efficients of sound absorption, leadership, grandparenthood, how the border manifests in poetry and the role that food plays migration, Moroccan colonialism and democratic discourses, rain forest tree canopies, sediment from Mt. St. Helens and sediment in Spanaway Lake;

letters of Peruvian women, journal entries of an American pioneer, paintings of Byzantine empresses, the portrayal of  western missionaries in Japanese literature, and interviews about the musical childhoods of Vietnamese elders;

and perception, empathy, chronic pain, envy, cyber-bullying, ice crystals, deep fakes, and dark matter. 

In all of this, we find exhilarating new ideas, valuable experiences, and critical perspectives that advance not only an understanding of the world, but celebrate creative inquiry that is at the center of the University of Puget Sound.

- Laura L. Behling, Ph.D.
 
Provost

This bibliography lists faculty and staff scholarship and creative works submitted for 2021.  Please contact Collins Library staff at libref@pugetsound.edu if you would like to obtain any of these publications.

 

Bibliography, A-H

Greta Austin
Religion, Spirituality, and Society

  • Austin, Greta. 2021.“Burchard’s Decretum and Its Relationship to the Contemporary Collectio duodecim partium.” Invited talk. Online conference hosted by the University of Mainz digital and print edition project, “Burchard of Worms and the pre-Gratian collections.” October 11-12, 2021.
  • Austin, Greta. 2021.  “The Need for an Edition of Burchard’s Decretum.”  Invited talk. Online digital launch of the University of Mainz digital and print edition project, “Burchards Dekret Digital,” May 18, 2021.

Gareth Barkin
Sociology and Anthropology

  • Barkin, Gareth. 2021. “The Imperative of Access in Short-term Study Abroad: Provider Agencies, Liminality, and the Mediation of Cultural Difference.”  In Study Abroad and the Quest for an Anti-Tourism Experience, ed. John J. Bodiner de Uriarte and Michael A. Di Giovine.  New York: Lexington Books.

Terry Beck
School of Education

  • Beck, Terence A., and Walter C. Parker. 2022.  Social Studies in Elementary Education.  16th ed. Boston: Pearson. Forthcoming.

Laura Behling
Provost’s Office

  • Behling, Laura. 2021. “Can Students Choose to Take Their In-Person Course Online?” Academic Leader, June 1. https://www.academic-leader.com/topics/curriculum-planning/can-students-choose-to-take-their-in-person-course-online/ 
  • Behling, Laura. 2022.  “Formalizing Curiosity: Administrative Leadership in Support of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work.” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture. 22 (1): 35-38.

Luc Boisvert
Chemistry

  • Hanson, J.E. and L. Boisvert. 2021. Chapter 7: Synergy between Spectroscopy and Computation: Determining the Major Conformer of an Unexpected Diels—Alder Reaction Products, 91-109. In NMR Spectroscopy in the Undergraduate Curriculum, Volume 4: In-Person and Distance Learning Approaches, ed. D. Soulsby, LJ Anna, and AS Wallner. ACS Symposium Series, Vol. 1376. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society. DOI: 10.1021/bk-2021-1376.ch007 

LaToya Brackett
African American Studies

  • Brackett, LaToya. 2021. “Battling Imposter Syndrome: Authenticity, Urban Realities, and the Black Bourgeoisie in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.” In Working While Black:  Essays on Television Portrayals of African American Professionals, edited by LaToya T.Brackett, 26-37. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company.
  • Brackett, LaToya.  2021. “Capital and Captivity: African Americans and the U.S. Economy.” The Syllabus Journal 10 (1). https://www.syllabusjournal.org/syllabus/article/view/313. 
  • Brackett, LaToya. 2021. “The Curious Case of the Black Male Doctor: Character Actualization and Moderate Blackness of ER’s Peter Benton.”  In Working While Black:  Essays on Television Portrayals of African American Professionals, edited by LaToya T.Brackett, 121-133. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company.
  • Brackett, LaToya. 2021. “’I’m Glad I Got My Girls’: Black Women, Working, Friending and Seeking Love in Fox’s Living Single.”  In Working While Black:  Essays on Television Portrayals of African American Professionals, edited by LaToya T.Brackett, 57-69. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company.
  • Brackett, LaToya, ed. Working While Black: Essays on Television Portrayals of African American Professionals. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company.
  • Gilmore, Amir A., LaToya Brackett, and Davida Sharpe-Haygood. 2021. “Being Against the Black: Bad Faith and Anti-Black Racism. (Guest Editors’ Introduction).” Northwest Journal of Teacher Education 16 (2). doi 10.15760/nwjte.2021.16.2.1. 

Nicholas Brody
Communication Studies

  • Brody, Nicholas. 2021. "Bystander Intervention in Cyberbullying and Online Harassment: The Role of Expectancy Violations." International Journal of Communication (Online). 647+.

Daniel Burgard
Chemistry

  • Bade, R.; White, J.; Ghetia, M.; Adiraju, S.; Adhikari, S.; Bijlsma, L.; Boogaerts, T.; Burgard, D.; Castiglioni, S.; Celma, A.; Chappell, A.; Covaci, A.; Driver, E.; Halden, R.; Hernández, F.; Lee, H.; van Nuijs, A.; Oh, J.; Pineda Castro, M.; Salgueiro Gonzalez, N.; Subedi, B.; Shao, X.; Yargeau, V.; Zuccato, E.; Gerber, C. 2021. "A Taste for New Psychoactive Substances: Wastewater analysis study of 10 countries." Environ Sci. Technol. Lett. doi.org/10.1021/acs.estlett.1c00807.
  • Bade, Richard, Jason M. White, Jingjing Chen, Jose Antonio Baz-Lomba, Frederic Been, Lubertus Bijlsma, Daniel A. Burgard, et al. 2021. "International Snapshot of New Psychoactive Substance Use: Case Study of Eight Countries over the 2019/2020 New Year Period." Water Research: 116891.

Jane Carlin
Collins Memorial Library

  • Carlin, Jane, Lucia Harrison, and Peter Wimberger, curators. 2021.  Science Stories. Exhibition.  Collins Memorial Library, University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, WA). October 15, 2021-January 14, 2022. https://blogs.pugetsound.edu/sciencestories/ 

Jordan Carroll
English

  • Carroll, Jordan S. 2021. Reading the Obscene: Transgressive Editors and the Class Politics of U.S. Literature. Stanford University Press.

David Chiu
Computer Science

  • S. McClain*, M. Mutschler-Aldine*, C. Monaghan*, D. Chiu, J. Sawin, and P. Jarvis. Caching Support for Range Query Processing on Bitmap Indices. 33rd International Conference on Scientific and Statistical Database Management (SSDBM). Tampa, FL. 2021. ACM.
  • Tran, Brandon, Brennan Schaffner, Joseph M. Myre, Jason Sawin, and David Chiu. 2020. "Exploring Means to Enhance the Efficiency of GPU Bitmap Index Query Processing." Data Science and Engineering 6 (2): 209-228. doi:10.1007/s41019-020-00148-8.

*Manya Meutschler-Aldine (BS'21), Colin Monaghan (BS'22), Sarah McClain (BS'20).


Julie Christoph
English & Academic Deans’ Office

  • Christoph, Julie. 2020. “Frank Laubach and Ruth Colvin: The Global Reach of Local Literacy Sponsors.” In Handbook of the Changing World Language Map, edited by Stanley Brunn and Roland Kehrein.  New York: Springer International Publishing.  
  • Christoph, Julie, and Haroun Maalim. 2022. “’The Whole World Is[n’t yet] Here’: Importing Composition from East Africa. In Teaching and Studying Transnational Composition, edited by Christiane Donahue and Bruce Horner. New York: Modern Language Association.  Forthcoming. 
  • Christoph, Julie, Kylie Young*, Kieran O’Neil*, and Cody Chun*. 2018. “Sound Writing: Reclaiming Authorship in the Digital Age.” Journal der Schreibberatung 15: 11-22.

*Co-authors are graduates of the University of Puget Sound: Kylie Young '17, Kieran O’Neil '16, and Cody Chun '17.

Katherine Curtis
Collins Memorial Library

  • Duthely, Regina, and Katherine Curtis. 2021. “Teaching Power and Storytelling through Zines.” In Engaging Undergraduates in Primary Source Research, edited by Lijuan Xu.  Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Monica DeHart
Sociology and Anthropology

  • DeHart, Monica, 2021.  “Anti-Chinese Legacies in Latin America: The Past, Present, and Future of Transpacific Developments.”  LASA Forum, Dossier: The China-Latin America and Caribbean Relation 52 (3).  https://forum.lasaweb.org/files/vol52-issue3/Dossier-7.pdf 
  • DeHart, Monica. 2021. Transpacific Developments: The Politics of Multiple Chinas in Central America. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Regina Duthely
English

  • Duthely, Regina M. 2021. "Awkward and Black: Redefining Representations of Black Women  on the Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl and Insecure." In Working While Black: Essays on Television Portrayals of African American Professionals, edited by LaToya T. Brackett, 186-194. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company.
  • Duthely, Regina, and Katherine Curtis. 2021. “Teaching Power and Storytelling through Zines.” In Engaging Undergraduates in Primary Source Research, edited by Lijuan Xu.  Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Tanya Erzen
Crime, Law and Justice Studies, Religion Spirituality and Society

  • Moore, Sarah, and Tanya Erzen. 2021. “The Relationship between Liberal Arts Classroom Experiences and the Development of Agency and Well-being for Incarcerated Students. Journal for Higher Education in Prison 1 (1).

Cara Frankenfeld
Public Health

  • Cuellar AE, LM Adams, E de Jonge, V Espina, L Espinoza, CL Frankenfeld, D Hines, O Kornienko, H Lawrence, ZH Rana, N Ramazani, J Short, EN Waithaka, AN Wilson, and LJ Cheskin. 2021. The Mason: Health Starts Here Prospective Cohort Study. BMC Public Health https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-021-10969 
  • Frankenfeld CL. 2021a. Fecal bacteria as an addition to the lineup of objective dietary biomarkers. Journal of Nutrition 151:273-274. https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/nxaa359
  • Frankenfeld, CL. 2021b. Reduced rank regression: illustration of an important tool in the evaluation of dietary patterns and chronic disease risk. Journal of Nutrition https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/nxab331
  • Frankenfeld CL, JW Lampe, MA Hullar, G Maskarinec, U Lim, KR Monroe, JA Shepherd, TW Randolph, LR Wilkens, CJ Boushey, L Le Marchand. 2021. Components and biomarkers of diet quality associated with the gut microbiome in the Multiethnic Cohort Study. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jand.2021.05.023 
  • Frankenfeld CL, G Maskarinec, and AA Franke. 2021. Metabolomics profiles of premenopausal women are different based on O-desmethylangolensin metabotype. British Journal of Nutrition 12:1-29. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007114521004463 
  • Frankenfeld CL, JK Hakes, TF Leslie. 2021. All-cause mortality and residential racial and ethnic segregation and composition as experienced differently by individual-level race, ethnicity, and gender: Mortality Disparities in American Communities data. Annals of Epidemiology 65:38-45. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annepidem.2021.10.008 
  • Frankenfeld CL, TF Leslie, and NM Menon. 2021. Longer time-to-treatment but better survival for colorectal cancer patients presumptively not diagnosed in a hospital. Cancer Causes and Control 32:1185-1191. https://doi.org/10.1007/s105552-021-01464-8
  • Rana ZH, CL Frankenfeld, L de Jonge, EJ Kennedy, J Bertoldo, JL Short, and LJ Cheskin. 2021. Dietary intake and representativeness of a diverse college-attending population compared with an age-matched US population. Nutrients 13:3810. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13113810 
  • Slavin M, H Li, M Khatri, and C Frankenfeld. Dietary magnesium and migraine in adults: A cross-sectional analysis of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2001-2004. Headache 61:276-286. https://doi.org/10.1111/head.14065 

Andrew Gardner
Sociology and Anthropology

  • Gardner, Andrew. 2021. A Window to Urban Arabia. Anthropology Now 12(3): 64-73.
  • Gardner, Andrew. 2021. “Proletarian Enclaves in the Urban Landscape of Doha, Qatar.” Exhibition at the Nature of Cities Festival [virtual]. https://tnoc-festival.com/wp/exhibition/  
  • Gardner, Andrew. 2021. Review of Beyond Exception, by Ahmed Kanna, Neha Vora and Amelie Le Renard. Middle East Journal 75 (2): 348-351.
  • Gardner, Andrew. 2021. Review of Riyadh: Transforming a Desert City, by Yasser Elsheshtawy. Built Environment 47 (4): 508-510.
  • Gardner, Andrew. 2021. Review of Asian Migrant Workers in the Arab Gulf States: The Growing Foreign Population and their Lives, edited by Masaki Ishii et al. International Review of Social History 66 (3): 499-501.


John Hanson
Chemistry

  • Tegl, G., P. Rahfeld, K. Ostmann, J. Hanson, & SG Withers. 2021. Discovery of β-N-Acetylhexosaminidases from screening metagenomic libraries and their use as thioglycoligase mutants. Organic Biomolecular Chemistry 19: 9068-9075. DOI: 10.1039/d1ob01246k 
  • Hanson, J.E. and L. Boisvert. 2021. Chapter 7: Synergy between Spectroscopy and Computation: Determining the Major Conformer of an Unexpected Diels—Alder Reaction Products, 91-109. In NMR Spectroscopy in the Undergraduate Curriculum, Volume 4: In-Person and Distance Learning Approaches, ed. D. Soulsby, LJ Anna, and AS Wallner. ACS Symposium Series, Vol. 1376. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society. DOI: 10.1021/bk-2021-1376.ch007 

Torri Henson
Office of Admission

  • Jackson, Brittney, Torri Henson, and Megan Grady. 2021. "Intersections of Special Populations." The Journal of College Admission 249: 1-10.

Zaixin Hong
Art and Art History

  • Hong, Zaixin. 2021. 'The Simultaneous Resonance of A Soundscape’: Wei Dagong’s Abstract Art, in Walking on the Same Frequency: New Art Exhibition of Three Post-50s Masters, Shenzheng: Luohu Art Museum, 114-115. 
  • Hong, Zaixin. 2021. 援书入画 变实为虚——元代书画题跋和艺术通史. yuán shū rù huà biàn shí wéi xū- yuándài shūhuà tíbá hé yìshú tōngshi3. (Integrating Calligraphy with Painting to Transform Substance into Emptiness: the Role of Inscriptions on Calligraphy and Painting of the Yuan Dynasty in A Comprehensive History of Art.) 中国书法, zhōngguó shūfa, (Chinese calligraphy), 10: 124-161 http://www.relun.com/qikan/7d04fc82c014008cc192a5ae080dbd1a.html
  • Hong, Zaixin. 2021. 书契搜奇学象形——黄宾虹与甲骨文研究及书法实践. shū qì sōu qí xué xiàngxíng- huáng bīnhóng yu3 jia3gu3wén yánjiū jí shūfa3 shíjiàn. (Oracle Bone Script and the Pictogram: Huang Binhong’s Study and Calligraphy Practice of the Oracle Bone Script.) 美术大观, mei3shù dàguān, (Daguan fine arts) 9: 38-41 https://read.cnki.net/web/Journal/Article/MSDG202109008.html
  • Hong, Zaixin. 2021. 从民族主义到现代主义——邓实、黄宾虹学术思想关系考略. cóng mínzúzhu3yì dào xiàndài zhu3yì-- dèng shí, huáng bīnhóng xuéshù sīxiang3 guānxi kao3 lüè. (From Nationalism to Modernism: Reconsidering the Intellectual Connections between Deng Shi and Huang Binhong.) In 黄宾虹年谱长编 代序王中秀编著. Huáng Bīnhóng niánpu3 cháng biān dài xù, wáng zhōng xiù biānzhù. (A Chronicle of Huang Binhong’s Life.) 1-30. 北京:荣宝斋出版社. Bei3jīng: róngbao3 zhāi chūban3shè. Beijing: Glorious Jewel Publishing House. 
  • Hong, Zaixin. 2021. 大风起于青萍之末——李若晴<青萍之末——嘉道年间广州的文化和艺术世界> dàfēng qi3 yú qīng píng zhī mò-- li3 ruò qíng "jiā dào niánjiān guang3zhōu de wénhuà hé yìshù shìjiè" (Every Storm Begins as A Ruffle in the Grass: A Preface to Li Ruoqing’s A Ruffle in the Grass: Cultural and Art Circles of Guangzhou from 1796 to 1850.), 1-15. 北京:人民美术出版社. Bei3jīng: rénmín mei3shù chūban3shè. (Beijing: The People’s Fine Arts Publishing House.) 
  • Hong, Zaixin. 2021. 苏立文——二十世纪中国艺术史研究与收藏的先行者. sū lìwén-- èrshíshìjì zhōngguó yìshù shi3 yánjiū yu3 shōucáng de xiānxíngzhe3. (History and Collecting of Twentieth Century Chinese Art: Michael Sullivan's Pioneering Survey.) 方小雅(译) 蔡涛(校) fāng xiao3ya3 (yì) cài tāo (jiào) (Translated by Fang Xiaoya, proofread by Cai Tao). 新美术 xīn mei3shù (New Fine Arts) 3: 79-92
  • Hong, Zaixin. 2021. 闯荡于“冒险家乐园”的中英混血实业家——施德之对近代上海艺术商业活动的特殊贡献. chuang3dàng yú "màoxian3jiā lèyuán" de zhōngyīng hùnxuè shíyèjiā-- shī dé zhī duì jìndài shànghai3 yìshù shāngyè huódòng de tèshū gòngxiàn. (An Entrepreneur in an ‘Adventurer’s Paradise’: Star Talbot and His Innovative Contributions to the Art Business of Modern Shanghai.) 李莉(译) li3 lì (yì) (Translated by Li Li). 美术学报 mei3shù xuébào 

 

Bibliography, I-R

Kristopher Imbrigotta
German Studies

  • Brecht, Berthold.  2021. The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern, with W.H. Auden.  Commentary and Notes by Kristopher Imbrigotta. Revised student edition. New York: Methuen Drama. 

Brittney Jackson
Office of Admission 

  • Jackson, Brittney, Torri Henson, and Megan Grady. 2021. "Intersections of Special Populations." The Journal of College Admission 249: 1-10.

Kristin Johnson 
Science, Technology, and Society

  • Johnson, Kristin. 2021. The Species Maker: A Novel. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press. 

Priti Joshi
English

  • Joshi, Priti. 2021.  Empire News: The Anglo-Indian Press Writes India. Albany, NY: SUNY Press. 
  • Joshi, Priti, and Charles LaPorte. 2021. “Manifold Wakings: Introduction to Middlemarch 150th Anniversary Symposium.” George Eliot-George Henry Lewes Studies 73(2): 71-77. 

Alisa Kessel
Politics and Government

  • Kessel, Alisa. 2021. "Rethinking Rape Culture: Revelations of Intersectional Analysis." American Political Science Review 1–13 doi:10.1017/S0003055421000733

Kriszta Kotsis
Art and Art History

  • Kotsis, Kriszta. Review of Johannes Koder, Die Byzantiner, Kultur und Alltag im Mittelalter. Vienna, Cologne, and Weimar: Böhlau Verlag, 2016, p. 290, 23 b/w illustrations, 22 color illustrations, 5 tables, Mediaevistik 33 (2020): 316-318

Alan Krause
School of Business and Leadership

  • Krause, A., & S Moore. 2021. Creating an on-line peer-to-peer mentoring program: Promoting student relationships, engagement, and satisfaction during the era of COVID-19. College Teaching. DOI: 10.1080/87567555.2021.1925624
  • Moore, S., & A Krause. 2021. Working with generationally similar or different colleagues: Impacts on perceptions of generational stereotypes and work-related attitudes. The Psychologist-Manager Journal. https://doi.org/10.1037/mgr0000113.

Brendan Lanctot 
Hispanic Studies

  • Lanctot, Brendan. 2021. “(Des)articulaciones populares en el discurso conservador del Perú en la época del guano (popular (dis)mantlings in conservative discourse of Peru in the Era of Guano).” In Sensibilidades conservadoras: el debate cultural sobre la civilización en América Latina y España durante el siglo XIX (conservative sensitivities: the cultural debate about Latin American Civilization and Spain in the 19th century), ed. Kari Soriano Salkjelsvik, 65-84. Madrid: Iberoamericana Vervuert.

Andreas Madlung
Biology

  • Madlung, Andreas. 2022. “Genome Structure and Gene Expression.” In Plant Physiology and Development, 7th edition., edited by L. Taiz et al. New York: Sinauer Associates: Oxford University Press.  Forthcoming. 

Janet Marcavage
Art and Art History

Group Exhibitions:

  • Marcavage, Janet, artist. 2021.  Ctrl+P: Printmaking in the 21st Century, juried by Mike Sonnichsen, Third Street Gallery, Moscow, Idaho.
  • Marcavage, Janet, artist.  2021. Contemporary Northwest Print Invitational, Co-curated by Romson Regarde Bustillo and Sam Davidson. Presented by Seattle Print Arts, Davidson Galleries, Seattle, WA, in August. 
  • Marcavage, Janet, artist. 2021. Twenty Years of Marais Press, Hilliard Art Museum, UL-Lafayette, Louisiana, opened in September. 
  • Marcavage, Janet, artist and organizer. Processual Abstraction, exhibition of collaborative print portfolio organized by Janet Marcavage, Kittredge Gallery, Tacoma, WA, Oct.-Dec.

Mark Martin
Biology

  • Bunker, M. E., G. Elliott, H. Heyer-Gray, M. O. Martin, A. E. Arnold, and S. L. Weiss. 2021. "Vertically Transmitted Microbiome Protects Eggs from Fungal Infection and Egg Failure." Animal Microbiome 3 (1): 1-43. doi:10.1186/s42523-021-00104-5.
  • Bunker, Marie E., Mark O. Martin, and Stacey L. Weiss. 2021. "Recovered Microbiome of an Oviparous Lizard Differs Across Gut and Reproductive Tissues, Cloacal Swabs, and Faeces." Molecular Ecology Resources; Mol Ecol Resour. doi:10.1111/1755-0998.13573.

Sarah Moore
Psychology

  • Krause, A., & S Moore. 2021. Creating an on-line peer-to-peer mentoring program: Promoting student relationships, engagement, and satisfaction during the era of COVID-19. College Teaching. DOI: 10.1080/87567555.2021.1925624
  • Moore, S., & A Krause. 2021. Working with generationally similar or different colleagues: Impacts on perceptions of generational stereotypes and work-related attitudes. The Psychologist-Manager Journal. https://doi.org/10.1037/mgr0000113.
  • Moore, Sarah, and Tanya Erzen. 2021. “The Relationship between Liberal Arts Classroom Experiences and the Development of Agency and Well-being for Incarcerated Students. Journal for Higher Education in Prison 1 (1).

Eric Orlin
Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies

  • Orlin, Eric. 2021. “Ad Futuram Memoriam: The Augustan Ludi Saeculares.”  In Future Thinking in Roman Culture: New Approaches to History, Memory, and Cognition ed. Maggie L. Popkin and Diana Y. Ng. New York: Routledge.
  • Orlin, Eric. 2021. “Mos et ritus sacrorum: Religion in the construction of Augustan Italy.” In Nos sumus Romani qui fuimus ante…: Memory of ancient Italy, ed. M. Aberson, M. Cristina Biella, M. Di Fazio and M. Wullschleger. Bern: Peter Lang.
  • Orlin, Eric. 2021. Republican Rome: A Social and Cultural History. London: Blackwell.

Dawn Padula
School of Music

  • Padula, Dawn, mezzo soprano.  2021.  “Just as the leaves had turned gold…” Faculty recital. Jacobsen Series.  School of Music, University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, WA): September 17. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_gN17u3Oj4 
  • Padula, Dawn, mezzo soprano, and Jeff Caldwell, piano.  2021.  Puget Sound Concert Opera (online). May 24-27. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOd9s_43EIazOR9z3gGIVyg7NsQ2fhhBi 
  • Padula, Dawn, mezzo soprano, and Joan Lundquist, piano.  2021. Free virtual concert, Ladies’ Musical Club of Seattle.  Streamed live from the Mirabella (Seattle, WA). November 20.

Emelie Peine
International Political Economy 

  • Guptill, Amy and Emelie Peine. 2021. "Feeding Relations: Applying Luhmann’s Operational Theory to the Food System." Agriculture and Human Values: 1-12.

Jacob Price 
Mathematics

  • Price, Jacob, Brek Meuris, Madelyn Shapiro*, and Panos Stinis. 2021. Optimal renormalization of multiscale systems." Proceedings of the National Sciences 118(37). 

*Madelyn Shapiro graduated from the University of Puget Sound in 2020. 

Sara Protasi
Philosophy

  • Protasi, Sara. 2021. The Philosophy of Envy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Siddharth Ramakrishnan 
Neuroscience, Biology

  • Vesna, Victoria, and Siddarth Ramakrishnan. 2022.  “Hox Zodiac – Spinning the Wheel of Interspecies Collaboration.”  In Art as Social Practice: Technologies for Change, edited by xtine burrough and Judy Walgren.  Hoboken, NJ: Routledge.   Forthcoming. 

Andrew Rex
Physics

  • Rex, Andrew F., Stephen T. Thornton, and Carol E. Hood. 2021. Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Fifth ed. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.
  • Rex, Andrew F. and Richard Wolfson. 2021. Essential College Physics, Volumes 1 and 2. Second ed. San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.

Holly Roberts 
School of Physical Therapy

  • Galgon, Anne K. PT, MPT, PhD, Holly J. Roberts, PT, PhD, Andrew E. Littmann, PT, PhD, Lisa L. Heusel-Gillig, PT, DPT, Lisa Dransfield, PT, DPT, MA, Charles M. Plishka, PT, DPT, Diane M. Wrisley, PT, PhD. 2021. A Survey of Entry-Level Physical Therapy Education Content for Vestibular Rehabilitation. Journal of Physical Therapy Education doi: 10.1097/JTE.0000000000000210 
  • Roberts HJ, CW Hoppes, YM Del Toro, KH Lambert, B Springer. 2021. Normative values for the Sensory Organization Test in a military cohort. Gait and Posture 85:31-37. 3- Fino PC, MM Weightman, LE Dibble, ME Lester, CW Hoppes, L Parrington, J Arango, A Souvignier, H Roberts, and L King. 2021. Objective dual-task turning measures for return-to-duty assessment: the ReTURN study protocol. Frontiers in Neurology 11:544812. 
  • Roberts, Holly J., Carrie W. Hoppes, Yadira M. Del Toro, Karen H. Lambert, and Barbara A. Springer. 2021. "Normative Values for the Sensory Organization Test in an Active Duty Military Cohort." Gait & Posture 85: 31-37.

Brett Rogers
Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies

  • Rogers, Brett M. 2021 До пайдейи: представления об образовании в трагедиях Эсхила. Russian translation of 2005 dissertation Before Paideia: Representations of Education in Aeschylean Tragedy. Trans. V. Pichugina. St. Petersburg: Russian State Christian Academy Publishing House. 

Melvin Rouse, Jr.
Psychology, Program in Neuroscience, and Gender and Queer Studies

  • Rouse Jr, M. L., & K. Kaji*. 2021. Perinatal exposure to antibiotics reduces affiliative behavior after post-weaning in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata). Behavioral Processes 192: 104491.
  • Rouse Jr, M., & E Hamilton*. 2021. Rethinking Sex and the Brain: How to Create an Inclusive Discourse in Neuroscience. Mind, Brain, and Education 15(2): 163-167.

*Evan Hamilton and Kavanaugh (Kavi) Kaji are both graduates of the University of Puget Sound. 
 

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Douglas Sackman
History

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  • Sackman, Douglas. 2021. “Tales of Jedediah Smith in the Sacramento Valley Ignore a Grim Reality.” Sacramento News and Review. June 15. 
  • Sackman, Douglas. 2021. “Misremember the Alamo.” History News Network. January 24. https://historynewsnetwork.org/article/178886 
  • Sackman, Douglas. 2021. “In the ‘Bramble’ of Central Park, a Showdown Over Nature and Race.” History News Network. June 28. https://historynewsnetwork.org/article/176191
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Nagore Sedano Naveira 
Hispanic Studies

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Daniel Sherman 
Environmental Policy and Decision-Making

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Aimee Sidhu
School of Occupational Therapy

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Courtney Thatcher
Mathematics and Computer Science

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*Rachel Chaiser graduated from the University of Puget Sound in 2018.

Bryan Thines
Biology

  • Sepulveda-Garcia E, Fulton EC*, Parlan EV*, O’Connor LE*, Fleming AA*, Replogle AJ, Rocha-Sosa M, Gendron J, Thines B. (2021) Unique N-terminal interaction connect F-BOX STRESS INDUCED (FBS) proteins to a WD40 repeat-like protein pathway in Arabidopsis. Plants 10 (10): 2228. DOI: 10.3390/plants10102228 
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* Co-authors are graduates of the University of Puget Sound: Elena C Fulton '19, Emily V Parlan '19, Lily E O'Connor '18,  and Anneke A Fleming '21.

George Tomlin
School of Occupational Therapy

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* Chih-Huang Yu is a graduate of the post-professional Master of Science in Occupational Therapy program from 2003. 


Benjamin Tromly
History

  • Tromly, Benjamin. 2021. Beyond Betrayal: Recent Russian Scholarship on Vlasov and Russian Collaboration. Russian Review 80 (2): 294-301.

Suneel Udpa
School of Business and Leadership

  • Udpa, Suneel. 2021. “Nordstrom, Inc.: Designing a Balanced Scorecard.” Journal of Business Cases and Applications 30.
  • Udpa, Suneel. 2021. “Rite Aid Corp.: Moody’s Accounting Adjustments and Credit Report.” Journal of Business Cases and Applications, Volume 31, September 2021
  • Udpa, Suneel. 2021. “The Use of Event Studies in Securities Fraud Litigation.” Southern Journal of Business and Ethics 13.

Jennifer Utrata
Sociology and Anthropology

  • Utrata, Jennifer. 2022. “Single Mothers, Family Change, and Normalized Gender Crisis in Russia.”  In The Routledge International Handbook to Gender in Central-Eastern Europe and Eurasia, edited Katalin Fábián, Janet Elise Johnson, and Mara Lazda. New York: Routledge.

Stacey Weiss
Biology

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  • Bunker, Marie E., Mark O. Martin, and Stacey L. Weiss. 2021. "Recovered Microbiome of an Oviparous Lizard Differs Across Gut and Reproductive Tissues, Cloacal Swabs, and Faeces." Molecular Ecology Resources.doi:10.1111/1755-0998.13573.
  • Goldberg, Jay K*., Genevieve Pintel, Jake A. Pruett, and Stacey L. Weiss. 2021. "Whiptail Lizards (Aspidoscelis Exsanguis) Recognize Invertebrate Prey Via Cuticular Hydrocarbons." Ethology 127 (5): 416-423. doi:10.1111/eth.13142.
  • Hughes, Melissa, Susan M. Bertram, Anna M. Young, Justin W. Merry, Gita R. Kolluru, Aimee S. Dunlap, Anne Danielson‐Francois, Stacey Weiss, and W. Goymann. 2021. "Teaching Animal Behavior Online: A Primer for the Pandemic and Beyond." Ethology 127 (1): 14-31. doi:10.1111/eth.13096.
  • Weiss, Stacey L. and Robert M. Brower. 2021. "Wildfire as a Natural Stressor and Its Effect on Female Phenotype and Ornament Development." Ecology and Evolution 11 (11): 6223-6232. doi:10.1002/ece3.7457.

*Grace Elliott graduated from the University of Puget Sound in 2020; Helena Heyer-Gray in 2021; and Jay Goldberg in 2013.  All three alumni majored in Biology.

Heather White 
Gender and Queer Studies, Religious Studies 

  • White, Heather R. 2021. "How Heterosexuality Became Religious: Judeo-Christian Morality and the Remaking of Sex in Twentieth-Century America ." In Heterosexual Histories, edited by Rebecca L. Davis and Michelle Mitchel. New York: New York University Press.
  • White, Heather R. 2021. "Protestant Urban Ministry and the ‘Homosexual Ghetto’ in the 1960s." In The Routledge Handbook of Religion and Cities, edited by Katie Day and Elise Edward, 346-357. New York: Routledge.

Linda Williams 
Art and Art History

  • Williams, Linda K., and Amara Solari. 2021. “Maya Blue and Franciscan Evangelism.” Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture 3(4): 49-71

Peter Wimberger
Slater Museum of Natural History

  • Carlin, Jane, Lucia Harrison, and Peter Wimberger, curators. 2021.  Science Stories. Exhibition.  Collins Memorial Library, University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, WA). October 15, 2021-January 14, 2022. https://blogs.pugetsound.edu/sciencestories/ 

Sheryl Zylstra
School of Occupational Therapy

  • Zylstra, Sheryl, and Aimee Sidhu. 2021. "Use of a Caregiver Coaching Model for Implementation of Intensive Motor Training for Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy: A Case Study." The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy 9, no. 3: 1-11.