College of Arts and Sciences Provost's Report Citations

Publications

Katherine H. Adams, William and Audrey Hutchinson Professor of English

Women, Art, and the New Deal. With Michael L. Keene, Jefferson, NC: McFarland Press, 2016.

"Jesuit Rhetoric and the Teaching of Professional Discourse in America."  Traditions of Eloquence: The Jesuits and Rhetorical Studies. Ed. Cynthia Gannett and John Brereton. New York: Fordham University Press, 175-187, 2016.

Sarah Allison, Assistant Professor of English

"Canon/Archive. Largescale Dynamics in the Literary Field." With Mark Algee-Hewitt, Marissa Gemma, Ryan Heuser, Franco Moretti, and Hannah Walser. Stanford Litlab Pamphlet 11. https://litlab.stanford.edu/LiteraryLabPamphlet11.pdf. 2016.

"Other People’s Data: Humanities Edition." Cultural Analytics, http://culturalanalytics.org/, 2016.
La Littérature au Laboratoire (Ithaque, 2016).

"Flying without Children." In Airplane Reading, ed. Chris Schaberg and Mark Yakich, Zero Books, 2016.

"Canon/Archive. Large-scale Dynamics in the Literary Field." With Mark Algee-Hewitt, Marissa Gemma, Ryan Heuser, Franco Moretti, and Hannah Walser. LitLab Pamphlet, 2016.

Paul Barnes, Professor and Rev. John H. Mullahy, S. J. Endowed Chair in Environmental Biology

"Diurnal Adjustment in UV-Sunscreen Protection is Widespread Among Higher Plants."  With S.D. Flint, M.A. Tobler, and R.J. Ryel.  Oecologia 181:55-63. DOI: 10.1007/s00442-016-3558-9, 2016.

United Nations Environment Programme.  Environmental Effects Assessment Panel.  With Andrady, A.L., P.J. Aucamp, A. Austin, A.F. Bais, C.L. Ballaré, G.H. Bernhard, L.O. Björn, J.F. Bornman, D.J. Erickson et al., 2016.

"Rapid Modulation of UV-Shielding in Plants is Influenced by Solar UV Radiation and Linked to Alterations in Flavonoids."  With M.A. Tobler, K.M. Keefover-Ring, S.D. Flint, A.E. Barkley R.J. Ryel, and R.L. Lindroth.  Plant, Cell and Environment 39: 222-230. DOI: 10.1111/pce.12609, 2016.

"Safely Basking in the Sun:  Some Plants Apply Sunscreen Only When They Need it."  Atlas of Science, http://atlasofscience.org/safely-basking-in-the-sun-some-plants-apply-sunscreen-only-when-they-need-it/ - more-11924, 2016.

"Contributions of Ron Ryel to Plant UV Research." UV4Plants Bulletin 2016, Issue 1, pages 7-9. DOI: 10.19232/uv4pb.2016.1.11,  http://uv4plants.org/2016/05/uv4plants-bulletin-20161/, 2016.

Terri Bednarz, R.S.M., Chair and Assistant Professor of New Testament Studies

"Bridging the Barrier—Absorbing the Word of God." The Bible Today: Early Christian Letters and the Church of Asia Minor. 335-338, Sept./Oct., 2016.

Natasha Bingham, Assistant Professor of Political Science

"Fighting for our Cause: The Impact of Women’s NGOs on Gender Policy Adoption in Four Former Soviet Republics." Politics & Policy 44 (2) 294-318, 2016.

"Getting Pushed Back Further in Line? Racial Alienation and Black Attitudes Toward Immigration and Immigrants." With Wilkinson, Betina. PS: Political Science and Politics 49 (2) 221-227, 2016.

Tirthabir Biswas, Associate Professor of Physics

"Perturbations in bouncing and cyclic models," With Riley Mayes and Colleen Lattyak. Phys. Rev. D93 no.6, 063505, 2016.

"Gravitational Theories with Stable (anti-)de Sitter Backgrounds," With Alexey S. Koshelev, Anupam Mazumdar. Fundam.Theor. Phys., invited book chapter 183, 97-114, 2016.

Christian Bolden, Assistant Professor of Criminology and Justice

"Chicago Hustle and Flow: Gangs, Gangster Rap, and Social Class." The Black Scholar, 46 (2): 57-59. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00064246.2016.1148657, 2016.

Timothy Cahill, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Review of David Shulman, More Than Real: A History of Imagination in South India. International Journal of Hindu Studies 20, 1:125-127, 2016.

Sean Cain, Associate Professor of Political Science

Even an Outsider Needs Insiders. in The Science of Trump: Explaining the Rise of an Unlikely Candidate; Revised and Updated Essays from the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage Blog. Eds. John Sides and Henry Farrell. The Monkey Cage. p. 14, 2016.

W.C. Cannon, Instructor of English

French Quarter Beautification Project (Novel). New Orleans: Lavender Ink/Dialogos Press, 2016.

"Trump and the GOP Hate New Orleans—Let’s Hate’em Back." The Lens, (thelensnola.org/cwcannon/), November 28, 2016.

"Whole House Rentals Got You Down? Get Hip to ‘Creative Disruption’!" The Lens, (thelensnola.org/cwcannon/), October 30, 2016.

"Something in Common: Trump: Jackson Square, and the ‘Walking Dead.’" The Lens, (thelensnola.org/cwcannon/), October 16, 2016.

"No Need to Take America Back—Race Tension and Cop Killings Show We’re Already There." The Lens, (thelensnola.org/cwcannon/), July 19, 2016.

"Trumpistas, Brexitistas, and Hipsters: Shared Anxiety about Social Class Identity." The Lens, (thelensnola.org/cwcannon/), July 8, 2016.

"The Man on the Back Steps." Creative Nonfiction, Situate Magazine, (http://www.situatemagazine.com/issue/new-orleans/373/the-man-on-the-back-steps), May 10, 2016.

"Old Hickory Axed from $20 Bill; So Is It Time to Rename Jackson Square?" The Lens, (thelensnola.org/cwcannon/), May 2, 2016.

"New Orleans Is the Prime Ingredient in Beyonce’s Viral Video ‘Hot Sauce.’" The Lens, (thelensnola.org/cwcannon/), February 19, 2016.

Laurie Ann Cedilnik, Visiting Assistant Professor of English

Down the Aisle. Aífe 61-68, 2016.

Hailey Clancy, Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

"Improving Critical Thinking Via Authenticity: The CASPiE Research Experience in a Military Academy Chemistry Course." With Chase, A., Lachance, R.P., Mathison, B.M., Chiu, M., and Weaver, G.C. Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 2016.

Eileen Doll, Chair and Professor of Spanish

Moreno Arenas, José. A Rude Trilogy (begging your pardon): Three plays by José Moreno Arenas. Trilogía grosera (con perdón): Tres piezas de José Moreno Arenas: The Heist / El atraco; The Parking Space / El aparcamiento; The Beach / La playa. Introduction and translation by Eileen J. Doll, edited by Polly J. Hodge. Irvine, CA: Ediciones de GESTOS. Colección Textos Teatrales, 2016.

José Moreno Arenas: Probing Society’s Foibles./José Moreno Arenas: Indagando en las flaquezas sociales. [Bilingual introduction to my translation of 3 of this author’s plays] A Rude Trilogy (begging your pardon): Three plays by José Moreno Arenas. Trilogía grosera (con perdón): Tres piezas de José Moreno Arenas: The Heist / El atraco; The Parking Space / El aparcamiento; The Beach / La playa. Irvine, CA: Ediciones de GESTOS. Colección Textos Teatrales 9-16, 84-92, 2016.

Patricia Dorn, William and Audrey Hutchinson Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences

"Home Intrusion by Kissing Bugs Leads to Troublesome Bites and Rarely, Domiciliation." With Klotz, S.A., F.M. Shirazi, K. Boesen, N.L. Beatty, S. Smith, and J.O. Schmidt. Environmental Health Insights 10:45-49, 2016.

"Hypothesis Testing Clarifies the Systematics of the Main Central American Chagas Disease Vector, Triatoma dimidiata (Latreille, 1811), Across Its Geographic Range." With N. M. de la Rúa, H. Axen, N. Smith, B. Richards, J. Charabati, J. Suarez, A. S. Woods, R. Pessoa, C. Monroy, C. W. Kilpatrick and L. Stevens. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 44:431-443. DOI: 10.1016/j.meegid.2016.07.046, 2016.

Sonya F. Duhe, Director and Professor of Mass Communication

"Images of Dying Too Young," With Chris Granger, Jim Amos and Leslie Parr, Journal of Media Ethics, vol. 31, issue 1, p 64-67, 2016.

Philip Dynia, Chair and Associate Professor of Political Science

“Equal Recognition: The Moral Foundations of Minority Rights” by Alan Patten, Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 26-27, 2016.

Hillary Eklund, Associate Professor of English

Eklund, Hillary, ed., New Orleans Review 42, 2016.

"Wooden Os: Shakespeare's Theatres and England's Trees, by Vin Nardizzi." Medieval & Renaissance Drama In England 29, 242-244,  2016.

Mark Fernandez, Patricia Carlin O'Keefe Distinguished Professor of History

"'T'aint Creole, T'aint Cajun, T'aint French, T'aint Country American, T'aint Good': The First Amendment and The Historian," Southern Studies: The Interdisciplinary Journal of the South,  New Series vol. XXIII no. 11, 79-98, 2016.

"Woody Guthrie, Einstein, and the Atomic Age," With Deana McCloud, and Kate Blalack, curators, exhibit at Woody Guthrie Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 2016.

Kelly Frailing, Assistant Professor of Criminology and Justice

Fundamentals of Criminology: New Dimensions. 2nd ed. With Dee Wood Harper.  Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2016.

“Changing Students’ Perceptions of People with Mental Illness.” With Risdon Slate. Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice 12 54-70, 2016.

“Quiero Hablar con Usted en Espanol, Juez: The Importance of Spanish at a Majority Hispanic Drug Court.”  With Diana Carreon. Criminal Justice Policy Review 27 164-181, 2016.

“Violent Entertainment and Cooperative Behavior: Examining Media Violence Effects on Cooperation in a Primarily Hispanic Sample.” With Ramos, Raul and Christopher Ferguson. Psychology of Popular Media Culture 5 119-132, 2016.

Fraud in the Wake of Disasters. In Crime and Criminal Justice in Disaster, 3rd ed., edited with Dee Wood Harper, 191-214. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2016.

Looking Back to Go Forward: Toward a Criminology of Disaster. In Crime and Criminal Justice in Disaster, 3rd ed., edited with Dee Wood Harper,1-40. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press,  2016.

Fear, Prosocial Behavior and Looting: The Katrina Experience. In Crime and Criminal Justice in Disaster, 3rd ed., edited with Dee Wood Harper, 121-146. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2016.

The Heavy Lifting—Local Emergency Response Planning and Preparedness: An Interview with Colonel Terry Ebbert. In Crime and Criminal Justice in Disaster, 3rd ed., edited with Dee Wood Harper, 365-392. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2016.

Policy and Theoretical Implications of Crime and Disaster. In Crime and Criminal Justice in Disaster, 3rd ed., edited with Dee Wood Harper, 445-456. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2016.

Crime and Criminal Justice in Disaster. edited with Dee Wood Harper. 3rd ed. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 2016.

Research on post-Katrina reorganization of drug markets in New Orleans published in The Times Picayune. With Dee Wood Harper and Ronal Serpas,
http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2016/06/new_orleans_murder_nopd_police.html, 2016.

Scholars Strategy Network brief on specialty courts republished on TheSocietyPages.org. Available at: https://thesocietypages.org/ssn/2016/05/16/specialty-courts/, 2016.

Robert K. Gnuse, James C. Carter, S.J., Bank One Distinguished Professor of the Humanities

The Old Testament and Process Theology. Reprint edition. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2016.

The Elohist: A Seventh Century BCE Theological Tradition. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2016.

"Theological Themes: John 1:1-8," Lectionary Homiletics, January, 2016.

"Theological Themes: John 2:1-11," Lectionary Homiletics, January, 2016.

"Seventh Sunday after Pentecost." Process and Faith: Lectionary Commentary, July, 2016.

"Eighth Sunday after Pentecost." Process and Faith: Lectionary Commentary, July, 2016.

"Ninth Sunday after Pentecost." Process and Faith: Lectionary Commentary, July, 2016.

"Tenth Sunday after Pentecost." Process and Faith: Lectionary Commentary, July, 2016.

"Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost." Process and Faith: Lectionary Commentary, July, 2016.

Richard Godden, Visiting Assistant Professor of English

"Gawain and the Nick of Time: Fame, History, and the Untimely in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight," Arthuriana: The Journal of Arthurian Studies 26.4, 150-171, 2016.

"Prosthetic Ecologies: Vulnerable Bodies and the Dismodern Subject in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight," Textual Practice 30.7,1273-1290, 2016.  

"Making Disability Part of the Conversation: Combatting Inaccessible Spaces and Logics." With Anne-Marie Womack. Hybrid Pedagogy
http://www.digitalpedagogylab.com/hybridped/making-disability-part-of-the-conversation/, 2016.

Elizabeth Goodine, Instructor of Religious Studies

"Death and Dying—A Retrospective View: Reflections on a University Ethics Course in Religion & Education."  http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/R4FrvmQy4CWgNf68wtIb/full, 2016.

Elin Grissom, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences

“Evidence for Ligand-Independent Activation of Hippocampal Estrogen Receptor Alpha
By Insulin-Like Growth Factor-1 In Hippocampus of Ovariectomized Rats.” With Daniel, J.M. Endocrinology, 157(8), 3149-56, 2016.

“Long- But Not Short-Term Estradiol Treatment Induces Renal Damage in Midlife Ovariectomized Long Evans Rats.” With Zimmerman, M.A., Hutson, D.D., Trimmer, E.H., Kashyap, S.N., Duong, J.L., Murphy, B., Daniel, J.M. & Lindsey, S.H.  American Journal of Physiology – Renal Physiology, 2016.

Judith Gruber, Assistant Professor of Systemic Theology

"The Maps and Tours of Theological Knowledge. Reading Melchior Cano’s De Locis Theologics after the Spatial Turn." In Contested Spaces, Common Ground: Space and Power Structures in Contemporary Multireligious Societies. Eds. Ulrich Winkler, Lidia Rodriguez, and Oddbjørn Leirvik, 57–72. Amsterdam, New York: Brill Rodopi, 2016.

http://www.feinschwarz.net/dissens-ein-gedankenanstoss-mit-jacques-ranciere/, 2016.

http://www.feinschwarz.net/der-papst-in-den-usa-eine-theologische-nachlese/, 2016.

Christine Heinecke, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

“Polymorphism in Magic-Sized Au144(SR)60 Clusters,” With Kirsten M.O. Jensen, P. J., Tofanelli, M.A., C.L., Vaughan, G., Ackerson, C.J., and Billinge, S.J.L., Nature Communications, 7, 2016.

Nathan Henne, Associate Professor of Languages and Cultures

“A Cartography of the Uncertain: The Maya Textual Exile.” In Cartographies of Exile: A new spatial literacy. Karen Bishop, ed. Routledge Press, New York, 2016.

Ashley Howard, Assistant Professor of History

Edited special virtual issue on the urban rebellions for The Black Scholar
http://www.theblackscholar.org/virtual-issues/, 2016.

“Milwaukee Revisted,” The Black Scholar (blog)
http://www.theblackscholar.org/milwaukee-revisited-ashley-m-howard/, 2016.

Frank Jordan, Moon and Verna Landrieu Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences

“Response of Imperiled Okaloosa Darters to Stream Restoration.” With Reeves, D.B, W.B. Tate, and H.L. Jelks. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36:1375–1385, 2016.

Leonard Kahn, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

“Third-Party Forgiveness,” The Philosophy of Forgiveness, Volume II: New Dimensions of Forgiveness, edited by Court Lewis, Vernon Press,15-46, 2016.

Review of Interactive Democracy: The Social Roots of Global Justice, by Carol Gould. With Tara Malay, Philosophy in Review, XXXVI (4): 170-172, 2016.

Review of Why Law Matters, by Alon Harel, Ethics, 126 (3) 831-836, 2016.

Michael Kelly, Rev. John F. Keller, S.J., Distinguished Professor in Mathematics
“Fixed Points of Homotopy Idempotents on a Wedge of Circles, With Linda Hexter. JPGT 19(3), 267-280, 2016.

On stability of non-domination under taking products, Reviewed by D. Kotschick,.C. Löh and C.Neofytidis.  Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 144 (2016), no. 6, 2705–2710. Published in Math. Reviews,  2016.

Young Soo Kim, Assistant Professor of Political Science

“Domestic Contexts for Response to global HIV/AIDS in France: Perception, Media Role and Civil Society,” International Politics, 53(3) 343~360,  2016.

Marcus Kondkar, Chair and Associate Professor of Sociology

"Community Needs Assessment: St. Bernard Parish, St. Tammany Parish, New Orleans East, Louisiana." (Audubon Nature Institute grant funded study report), February 17, 2016.

"Crescent City Keepers: Mentoring Strategies to Reduce Youth Gun Violence Exposure in New Orleans (Year 1)" (US Department of Justice grant funded study report for US Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Louisiana), September 30, 2016.

"Evidence Based Evaluation of Prisoner Reentry in Louisiana (Year 1)." (US Department of Justice grant funded study report for US Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Louisiana), September 30, 2016.

Kondkar, Marcus "Incarceration in Louisiana: Sentencing Patterns in America’s Prison Capital." (Vital Projects Fund grant funded study report), October 15, 2016.

Lynn Vogel Koplitz, Earl and Gertrude Vicknair Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

"Two Red Salts Derived from Yellow 4-Cyano-1-Methylpyridinium Iodide: 1,1',1"-trimethyl-4,4',4"-(1,3,5-triazin-2,4,6-triyl) Tripyridinium Trisiodide and 4-cyano-1-methylpyridinium triiodide," With Nguyen, V., McCormick, C.A, Vaccaro, F. A., Stephenson, C. J., Riley, K.E., Mague, J.T., Polyhedron (Special Issue: Undergraduate Research in Inorganic Chemistry), 114, 428-434, 2016.

Anthony E. Ladd, Professor of Sociology

"Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss: The Continuing Hegemony of Fossil Fuels and Hydraulic Fracking in the Third Carbon Era." Humanity and Society DOI: 10.1177/01605976166, 2016.

Lawrence B. Lewis, Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences

"Becoming Death, The Destroyer of Worlds: A Psychobiographical Sketch of Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, The 'Father of The Atomic Bomb.'" The YOKE Movement Quarterlyhttp://www.theyoke.org/becoming-death.html, 2016.

Martin McHugh, Associate Professor of Physics

"The Brans-Dicke Theory and its Experimental Tests," in At the Frontiers of Spacetime: Scalar-Tensor Theory, Bell’s Inequality, Mach’s Principle, Exotic Smoothness, ed. T. Asselmeyer-Maluga, Switzerland: Springer, 163-174, 2016.

Trimiko Melancon, Associate Professor of English

"To Be Free: The Revolutionary Movement for Black Lives." Huffington Post,
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/to-be-free-the-revolutionary-movement-for-black-lives_us_57ec5c4be4b095bd896a0618, September 29, 2016.

"To Be Free: The Revolutionary Movement for Black Lives." African American Intellectual History Society blog (as an invited Black Lives Matter Forum with leading scholars), http://www.aaihs.org/to-be-free-the-revolutionary-movement-for-black-lives/, September 15, 2016.

"For Those Who Have Considered Not Voting When Hillary Clinton Is Not Enough." Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/trimiko-melancon/for-those-who-have-consid_b_11539414.html,
August 16, 2016.

"What Can We Learn from Orlando to Lessen or Prevent Mass Shootings?" Huffington Post.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/what-can-we-learn-from-orlando-to-lessen-or-prevent_us_576b44cee4b083e0c0235459, June 23, 2016.

"'have loved you assiduously,' June Jordan." The Black Scholar, http://www.theblackscholar.org/loved-assiduously-june-jordan/,  June 14, 2016.

"An Ugly Truth about Black People and Money: When Blacks Get It, Were It, and Will Be on It." Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/trimiko-melancon/an-ugly-truth-about-black_b_9858748.html, May 11, 2016.

Contributor & Featured in Harris-Perry, Melissa, "A Call and Response with Melissa Harris-Perry: The Pain and the Power of 'Lemonade.'" Elle, April 26, 2016.

"3 Unconventional Ways to Success." Huffington Post.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/trimiko-melancon/3-unconventional-ways-to-success_b_9724290.html, April 19, 2016.

"What Melissa Harris-Perry Has Taught Us about Black Women and Silence." Ms. Magazine.
http://msmagazine.com/blog/2016/03/11/what-melissa-harris-perry-has-taught-us-about-black-women-and-silence/, March 11, 2016.

"Black People, Sexuality, and Myths of Homophobia." The Good Men Project.
https://goodmenproject.com/ethics-values/black-people-sexuality-and-myths-of-homophobia-kcon/, January 15, 2016.

David Meyers, Rev. Aloysius B. Goodspeed, S.J. Beggars Distinguished Professor of Mass Communication

"Simulation," in Debugging game history: A critical lexicon, eds. H. Lowood and R. Guins. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 393-400, 2016.

John Mosier, Professor of English

"Why Verdun?"  Over the Top. (10.2).  2-10, 2016.

"A Profound Moral Tale," New Orleans Art Review. 41-44, 2016.

Constance Mui, Rev. Scott Youree Watson, S.J., Distinguished Professor of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Philosophy

"Pierre Loves Horranges: Sartre and Malabou on the Fantastic in Philosophy," With Julien S. Murphy. Labyrinth, 17:2 49-62, 2016.

Justin Nystrom, Associate Professor of History

"The Rise of the Spaghetti District," Louisiana Cultural Vistas, Spring 2016.

Leslie Parr, A. Louis Read Distinguished Professor of Communication

Parr, Leslie, "Sarah Towles Reed: Southern Firebrand," Louisiana Women: Their Lives and Times, vol. 2, Mary Farmer-Kaiser, Shannon Frystack, eds. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2016.

“Images of Dying Too Young,” With Sonya Forte Duhe, Chris Granger, and Jim Amos, Journal of Media Ethics, vol. 31, issue 1, p 64-67, 2016.

Jonathan Peterson, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

"Social Justice and the Distribution of Republican Freedom." European Journal of Political Theory, 2016.

Qian Qin, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

"Identification of the Target of the Retrograde Response That Mediates Replicative Lifespan Extension in Saccharomyces cerevisiea," With Jiang, J. C.; Stumpferl, S. W.; Tiwari, A., Rodriguez-Quinones, J. F., Jazwinski, S. M., Genetics, 204, 659-673, 2016.

Cathy Rogers, Shawn M. Donnelley Professor for Non-Profit Communications, PRSSA Adviser and Bateman Team Adviser

"Nonprofits’ Expectations in PR Service-Learning Partnerships," With Andrews, V., Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 71, 95-106, 2016.

Karen Rosenbecker, Assistant Professor of Classical Studies

"Pre-Modern Austerity Measures: The Capricious Economy of Aristophanes’ Wealth" and "Aristophanes' Wealth." The Mercurian 6.1, 2016.

Valery Rousseau, Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics

"Bose-Hubbard Model On a Triangular Lattice With Diamond Ring Exchange," With K. Hettiarachchilage, K.-M. Tam, M. Jarrell, and J. Moreno, Phys. Rev. B 94, 144514, 2016.

"Quantum Monte Carlo Study of the Rabi-Hubbard Model," With T. Flottat, F. Hébert, G.G. Batrouni, Eur. Phys. J. D 70:213, 2016.

Josefa Salmon, Rev. Guy Lemieux, S.J. SAK Distinguished Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies

Anthology of Spanish American Thought and Culture. With Aguilar Mora, Jorge, and Barbara Ewell. Eds. Florida: University Press of Florida, 2016.

Valor y comunidad: Reencuentro marxista y boliviano.  Una conversación con Álvaro García Linera (Vice President of Bolivia). La Paz: Plural Editores, 2016.

Tercer sistema: Ni capitalismo ni socialismo. Una conversación con Felix Patzi (Governor of La Paz). La Paz: Plural Editores, 2016.

Christopher Schaberg, Associate Professor of English

Criticism Issue 57.2, "Critical Air Studies," Wayne State University Press. (Guest editor of the issue.) April 2016.

Airplane Reading (co-edited with Mark Yakich). Winchester, UK: Zero Books, 2016.

"Ground Control." Real Life Magazine. http://reallifemag.com/ground-control/, 2016.

"When does the person become the body? A Review of Don DeLillo’s Zero K." 3:AM Magazine, http://www.3ammagazine.com/3am/when-does-the-person-become-the-body-a-review-of-don-delillos-zero-k/, 2016.

"The Academic Advantages of Twitter." Inside Higher Ed. 2 https://www.insidehighered.com/views/2016/08/02/benefits-scholars-being-twitter, 2016.

"Against Careerism, For College." Public Books, http://www.publicbooks.org/blog/against-careerism-for-college, 2016.

"Why Attack Airports?" The Atlantic (notes), http://www.theatlantic.com/notes/2016/07/mini-object-lesson-why-attack-airports/489737/, 2016.

"Gender in Flight." The Atlantic (notes), http://www.theatlantic.com/notes/2016/06/mini-object-lesson-gender-in-flight/486620/, 2016.


"What is a Snack?" The Atlantic (notes), http://www.theatlantic.com/notes/2016/04/mini-object-lesson-what-is-a-snack/480585/, 2016.

"First Class Reading and Airport Futures." Public Books, http://www.publicbooks.org/blog/first-class-reading-and-airport-futures, 2016.

"Airplane Reading, Rarified." The New Inquiry, http://thenewinquiry.com/essays/airplane-reading-rarified/, 2016.

"The Season of Small Toys." The Atlantic (notes), http://www.theatlantic.com/notes/2016/03/mini-object-lesson-the-season-of-small-toys/474405/, 2016.

"In Defense of Small Things." Inside Higher Ed, https://www.insidehighered.com/views/2016/02/05/small-things-are-what-often-make-liberal-arts-education-meaningful-essay, 2016.

"The New Starman." The Atlantic (notes), http://www.theatlantic.com/notes/2016/02/mini-object-lesson-audi-bowie-and-the-new-starman/462705/, 2016.

"Blue Apron and the Thing About Dinner." The Atlantic (notes), http://www.theatlantic.com/notes/2016/01/mini-object-lesson-blue-apron-and-the-thing-about-dinner/423966/, 2016.

Ronal Serpas, Professor of Practice, Criminology and Justice

"Reply to Community Policing Revisited: Implementing the Principles of Procedural Justice and Police Legitimacy," Ideas and Insights, With Remi A. Braden, The Police Chief 83, 46–47 http://www.policechiefmagazine.org/ideas-insights-reply-to-community-policing-revisited-implementing-the-principles-of-procedural-justice-and-police-legitimacy/, 2016.

Clifton Stephenson, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

"Investigating a Chemoselective Grignard Reaction in an Undergraduate Discovery Lab To Predict Reactivity and Final Products," With Maher, M. J.; Hayes, C. O.; Vaccaro, F. A., Flynn, C. B.; Thedford, R. P., J. Chem. Educ., 93, 1464-1469, 2016.

"Two Red Salts Derived from Yellow 4-Cyano-1-Methylpyridinium Iodide: 1,1',1"-trimethyl-4,4',4"-(1,3,5-triazin-2,4,6-triyl) Tripyridinium Trisiodide and 4-cyano-1-methylpyridinium triiodide," With Nguyen, V., McCormick, C.A, Vaccaro, F. A., Koplitz, L.V., Riley, K.E., Mague, J.T., Polyhedron (Special Issue: Undergraduate Research in Inorganic Chemistry), 114, 428-434, 2016.

Jaita Talukdar, Associate Professor of Sociology

Review of Navigating Austerity: Currents of Debts along a South Asian River by Laura Bear. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews,721-723, October, 2016.

Rae Taylor, Chair and Associate Professor of Criminology and Justice

Victim Statements. S. F. Sharp (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Corrections. Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.

Aimee Thomas, Lecturer of Biological Sciences

"Engaging Students in Science Through a Nature Hike: A Case of Two Students with ADHD." With Moore, Ashleigh, and Daniel, Kristy L. American Journal of Undergraduate Research, 13, no. 2, 73-80, 2016.

Robert Thomas, Professor & Director, Center for Environmental Communication and Chair of Environmental Communication

Nature Notes, weekly nature column sent via email (many reprinted in The Ibis, Newsletter of the Orleans Audubon Society and posted on the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation website and printed in their newsletters), 2009-present.

Rian Thum, Associate Professor of History

"Untangling the Bughrakhan Manuscripts," in Mazar: Studies on Islamic Sacred Sites in Central Eurasia, eds. Sugawara Jun and Rahile Dawut. Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Press, 275-288, 2016.

"Islamic Scholarly Exchange in Central Asia, 1747-1917: a review of 'The Persianate Sphere during the Age of Empires: Islamic Scholars and Networks of Exchange in Central Asia, 1747-1917,' by James Robert Pickett" Dissertation Reviews, http://dissertationreviews.org/archives/13342, 2016.

Edward Vacek, S.J., The Reverend Stephen J. Duffy Chair in Catholic Studies

“The Problematic Love for God: "Love the Lord, All You Saints" (Psalm 31:23),” Love and Christian Ethics: Tradition, Theory, and Society.  Frederick V. Simmons, ed., Washington DC: Georgetown University Press, 2016. 

"An Acceptable Arrangement: When Cooperation Is Not Complicity," Commonweal. https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/acceptable-arrangement, August 11, 2016.

"Mere Sincerity," Journal of Medical Ethics. http://jme.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/medethics-2016-103885, October 28, 2016.

"What Should We Conclude about Catholic Social Teaching?" Maroon 94 #18, 14-15, 19 February 2016.

William Walkenhorst, Chair, and Renan Bu and Monica LeDee Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

"Using Adjuvants and Environmental Factors to Modulate the Activity of Antimicrobial Peptides," Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (Biomembranes – Special Issue: Antimicrobial peptides, cell membrane and microbial surface interaction), 1858: 926-935, 2016.

Tracey Watts, Instructor of English

"Letter to a budding feminist." Scary Mommy. http://www.scarymommy.com/daughter-feminist/, 2016

"My worst parenting one-liners." Bon Bon Break. http://www.bonbonbreak.com/my-worst-parenting-one-liners/#.WDMwFMYrzdk, 2016.

"The explosive child." Brain, Child. https://www.brainchildmag.com/2016/04/the-explosive-child/, last modified April 19, 2016.

"Why I want my daughter to unlearn her obsession with pretty." Scary Mommy. http://www.scarymommy.com/daughter-obsession-with-pretty/, 2016.

"Still life as mommy." Mamalode. http://mamalode.com/story/detail/still-life-as-mommy, last modified March 2, 2016.

"Confessions of a former, recovering, free-range mom." Your Tango. http://www.yourtango.com/2016287398/confessions-former-recovering-free-range-mom, last modified August 15, 2016. 

"9 stages of homework grief." Blunt Moms. http://www.bluntmoms.com/9-stages-homework-grief/.

"4 ways my son’s Star Wars obsession has ruined my life." Bon Bon Break. http://www.bonbonbreak.com/my-sons-star-wars-obsession/#.WDMtW8Yrzdk, 2016.

James Wee, Provost Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences

"Growth and Biochemical Responses of Skeletonema costatum to Petroleum Contamination." With David F. Millie, Ngan K. Nguyen, Johnathan Patterson, Rose Ann Cattolico, David E. John & John H. Paul.  J. Appl Phycol. DOI 10.1007/s10811-016-0902-8, 2016.

Timothy Welsh, Assistant Professor English

Mixed Realism: Videogames and the Violence of Fiction. University of Minnesota Press, 2016.

"Do Cyborgs Dream of the Perfect Pump?: Warframe and Gender." Well-Played. Vol. 6, issue 1, 2016.

Catherine Wessinger, Rev. H. James Yamauchi, S.J. Professor of the History of Religions

Oxford Handbook of Millennialism (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011) was published in paperback in 2016.

Nova Religio 19, no. 4, special issue on New Religious Movements and Visual Arts, Editor, 2016.

"Lois Roden." With Pitts, Bill. World Religions and Spirituality Project. http://www.wrldrels.org/profiles/LoisRoden.htm, 2016.

"Amanda Berry Smith." With Stanley, Susie C., World Religions and Spirituality Project. http://www.wrldrels.org/profiles/AmandaBerrySmith.htm, 2016.

"Phoebe Palmer." With Stanley, Susie C., World Religions and Spirituality Project. http://www.wrldrels.org/profiles/PhoebePalmer.htm, 2016.

"Ellen Gould Harmon White." With Vance, Laura. World Religions and Spirituality Project. http://www.wrldrels.org/profiles/EllenWhite.htm, 2016.

"Female Martyrs in Early Christianity." World Religions and Spirituality Project. With Goodine, Elizabeth A. http://www.wrldrels.org/profiles/FemaleMartyrs.htm, 2016.

"Karaikkal Ammaiyar." With Pechilis, Karen. World Religions and Spirituality Project. http://www.wrldrels.org/profiles/KaraikkalAmmaiyar.htm, 2016.

"Women in the Wesleyan/Holiness Movement: Social Holiness as a Means of Realizing the New Creation." With Stanley, Susie C., August 2002. http://www.wrldrels.org/SpecialProjects/WomenInTheWorld'sReligionsAndSpirituality/Women%20in%20the%20Wesleyan-Holiness%20Movement.pdf, posted 2016.

Mark Yakich, Gregory F. Curtin, S.J., Distinguished Professor of English

Airplane Reading. With Christopher Schaberg (Eds.) Zero Books, 2016.
 
“Troubadour.” Poem-a-Day: 365 Poems for Every Occasion. Abrams, 2016.

Prelude: “Airplane, inside the safe,” “from Blood Chit Man,” 2016.

Presentations

Katherine H. Adams, William and Audrey Hutchinson Professor of English

"Accommodation and Hybridity in Jesuit Rhetorics." Presented at the Rhetoric Society of America, Atlanta, GA,  May 2016.

Sarah Allison, Assistant Professor of English

"Speech in Print: Showing and Telling Character in the Nineteenth-Century Novel." Presented at the Modern Language Association meeting, Austin, TX, Jan 2016.

"Mathematical Analysis of Cultural Expressive Forms," Text Data, UCLA, May 2016

"A Proxy for Style." Paper presented by Skype at the Digital Literary Stylistics Workshop, Digital Humanities, Kraków, Poland, July 2016.

Paul Barnes, Professor and Rev. John H. Mullahy, S. J. Endowed Chair in Environmental Biology

"Sunlight and soil-litter mixing: Drivers of dryland litter decomposition now and in the future." Invited talk in the Symposium: "Litter decomposition in the Anthropocene: Do we understand the regulators of decomposition well enough to predict future consequences?"  With H.L. Throop, and S.A. Archer. Ecological Society of America, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, August 2016.

"When and where are drylands not dry? Precipitation pulses and decomposition in changing drylands." With H.L. Throop, M-A de Graaff, and L. Wang. Ecological Society of America, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, August 2016.

"What role does UV radiation play in influencing plant litter decomposition and biogeochemistry in coast marsh ecosystems?" With M.A. Tobler, D.A. White, M.L. Abbene, S. Burst, R. McCulley. UV4Plants Conference, Pécs. Hungary, May 2016.

"Exploring the mechanisms and functional significance of diurnal changes in UV sunscreen protection in plants." With I.N. Bottger, and M.A. Tobler. UV4Plants Conference, Pécs. Hungary, May 2016.

"What role does photodegradation play in influencing plant litter decomposition and biogeochemistry in coastal marsh ecosystems?" With M.A. Tobler, D. A. White, M.L. Abbene, S.L. Burst, R.L. McCulley. AGU Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 2016.

Natasha Bingham, Assistant Professor of Political Science

"National Identity after a Conflict: National Identity Choice among Northern Irish Youth," With Chris Duffy. Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 2016.

Tirthabir Biswas, Associate Professor of Physics

"Towards a Biomechanical Template for Slow Walking," SIAM Conference on the Life Sciences, Boston, MA, August 2016

"Towards a comprehensive biomechanical template and integration with muscle models," CCNS transitional workshop, Samsi, Research Triangle Park, May, 2016

"Drosophila as a model for studying terrestrial locomotion," Samsi, Research Triangle Park, January 2016

Jean Brager, Lecturer of French

"Louis XIV and the Advent of Luxury Living," presented at L’Union Française, New Orleans, LA, October 2016.

"Tête-à-Tête with Chanel," presented at L’Union française, New Orleans, LA, November 2016.

Timothy Cahill, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

"Literary Love and Political Drama in 17th century India." Invited lecture at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften), June 2016.

"On the Persian influences in the works of Jagannātha Paṇḍitarāja." Invited lecture at the University of Vienna, Austria, June 2016

"Aesthetic experience (rasa, camatkāra) as a mediator between personal and impersonal transcendence." Delivered at the "Twin Conference II. God or the Divine"; session III. Theististic Concepts of Kaṡmir Śaiva tradition, Schwerte, Germany, July 2016.

Sean Cain, Associate Professor of Political Science

"The Committee of the Whole and Bill Co-sponsorship in the U.S. House of Representatives: The Case of the Non-voting House Members." Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, San Juan, PR, January 2016.

C.W. Cannon, Instructor of English

"Mississippi and New Orleans in Tennessee Williams’ Orpheus Descending." Presented at Southern Rep Theater Company performance of Orpheus Descending, New Orleans, LA, March 2016.

Eileen Doll, Chair and Professor of Spanish

"Investigaciones en los Estados Unidos sobre el teatro español," Presented in the Roundtable session on worldwide theatrical research at the XIX Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas annual conference, Schloss, Münster, Germany, July 2016.

"Espacio liminal de diferencia: José Ramón Fernández y Mi piedra Rosetta," Presented at the XIX Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas annual conference, Schloss, Münster, Germany, July 2016.

"La crisis del inmigrante en la España de principios del siglo XXI," Presented at the "Crisis y creatividad dramática en el teatro español y latinoamericano del siglo XIX al siglo XXI" Colloquium in the Liudgerhaus, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany, July 2016.

"El lenguaje de la diferencia en José Sanchis Sinisterra," Presented at the 2016 Estreno conference "El lenguaje/Los lenguajes en el teatro español contemporáneo," Austin College, Sherman, TX, May 31-April 1, 2016.

Patricia Dorn, William and Audrey Hutchinson Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences

"Ecohealth interventions provide promise for the interruption of Chagas transmission in Central America." With Dulce Bustamante, Lori Stevens, Carlota Monroy. International Congress of Entomology, Orlando, FL, September 2016.

"Using a Novel Evolutionary Algorithm to More Effectively Apply Community-Driven Ecohealth Interventions in Big Data with Application to Chagas Disease." With John P Hanley, Donna M Rizzo, Carlota Monroy, Antonieta Rodas, Lori Stevens. American Geophysical Union meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2016.

Sonya Duhe, Director and Professor of Mass Communication

"Administrative Jobs: Finding Balance and Keeping Your Sanity," The Institute for Diverse Leadership in Journalism and Communication, AEJMC, Minneapolis, MN, August 2016

Erin Dupuis, Chair and Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences

"Factors affecting hurricane evacuation." With C.P. Nichols. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science’s 28th Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, May 2016.

"The short-term effect of objectifying media exposure on women’s perceptions of cat-calling in a virtual reality simulation." With K.A. Sundt.  Poster presented at Louisiana Academy of Sciences 90th Annual Meeting, Louisiana State University at Alexandria, LA, April 2016.

Nicole Eggers, Assistant Professor of History

"Conversion, Conflict, and Coercion: Kitawala and Customary Authority in Colonial Congo," ASAUK, Cambridge, UK, September 2016

"In a State of Relegation," Conference on Colonial Incarceration in the 20th Century: A Comparative Approach. Lisbon, Portugal, July 2016

"Cross-Border Knowledge on Subversion and Suppression" for Cross-Border Colonial Knowledge Production Event. Oxford University, June 2016.

Hillary Eklund, Associate Professor of English

"Shakespeare and the Histories of Sustainability" seminar, organized by Vin Nardizzi. Shakespeare Association of America, New Orleans, LA, March 2016.

"Experiencing Time in Aemilia Lanyer’s Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum." Presented at the World Shakespeare Congress, Stratford-upon-Avon, July 31 – August 6, 2016.

"Georgius Agricola's De Re Metallica and Mineral Time." Presented at the Sixteenth Century Society Conference, Bruges, Belgium, August 2016.

"Is Shakespeare Enough?" Presented at Tulane University for the "First Folio!" event and exhibit, New Orleans, LA, May 2016.

Kim Ernst, Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences

American Psychological Association (APA) presents: Academic career workshop. APA invited presentation at the 62nd annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, March 2016.

"Personality traits and perceptions of sexual infidelity." With A. Cornelius.  Paper session presented at the 62nd annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, March 2016

"Effects of well-known and lesser-known nonprofits’ requests on donor intentions." With A. Keene. Poster session presented at the 62nd annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, April 2016.

"Effects of song valence and autobiographical memory valence on mood." With A.M. Lake. Poster session presented at the 62nd annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, April 2016.

Mark Fernandez, Patricia Carlin O'Keefe Distinguished Professor of History

"Treasures of the Woody Guthrie Archives," panel discussion with Deana McCloud and Kate Blalack, Folk Alliance International, Kansas City, Missouri, February 2016.

"Remembering Judith K. Schafer," panel discussion, with Warren M. Billings, Mary Farmer-Kaiser, Edward F. Haas, and Robert Karachuck, Louisiana Historical Association, Annual Meeting, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 2016.

"Atomic Woody: Woody Guthrie, Einstein and the Atomic Age," Woody Guthrie Symposium, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK, April 2016.

"The Relevance of Woody Guthrie Today," panel discussion with Jeff Place, Billy Bragg, Greg Vandy, and Jimmy LaFave, Americana Music Association Festival and Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, September 2016.

"Woody Guthrie and American Politics," Bedlam Lecture Series, sponsored by Oklahoma State University, Lecture in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 2016.

"Woody Guthrie and the Atomic Age," Oscher Learning Series, in conjunction with the Woody Guthrie Center "This Land is Your Land" Course, Lecture in Tulsa, Oklahoma, October 2016.

Kelly Frailing, Assistant Professor of Criminology and Justice

"Neighborhood Correlates of Violent Crime in New Orleans Since Katrina," With Dee Wood Harper, and Ron Serpas. Presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA, November 2016.

"Reentry Court: New Approach, New Insights," With Schlegel, Scott, and Rae Taylor. Presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA, November 2016.

"Testing Environmental Criminology: A New Question and a Neglected Population," With Zawisza, Thomas. Presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA, November 2016.

"Can General Strain Theory Explain College Students’ Prescription Drug Misuse?" With Stelfox, Victoria, Jennifer Montero, and Jordan Pedalino. Presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA, November 2016.

"Offenders with Mental Illness: A New Test of Environmental Criminology."  With Zawisza, Thomas. Presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Denver, CO, March 29-April 2, 2016.

Richard Godden, Visiting Assistant Professor of English

"Shared Practices and Shakespearean Communities." Respondent. The 44th Annual Meeting of the Shakespeare Association of America, New Orleans, LA, March 2016.

"Neighboring the Wilderness in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight." The 42nd Annual Sewanee Medieval Colloquium, Sewanee, TN, April 2016.

"Disrupting the Digital Humanities: New Radical Publics." The 131st MLA Annual Convention, Austin, TX, January 2016.

Mark Gossiaux, Associate Professor of Philosophy

"James of Viterbo and the Problem of Individuation," American Catholic Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 2016.

Elin Grissom, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences

"Impact of short-term and continuous estradiol exposure following cessation of ovarian function on arterial remodeling in the hippocampus." With M. Zimmerman and S. Lindsey.  NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health, annual BIRCWH meeting. Washington, D.C., June 2016.

"Sex differences in anxiety and cholinergic activity in the hippocampus prior to puberty." With W. Hawley, M. Hotz and G. Dohanich. Tulane University Health Sciences Research Days. New Orleans, LA, April 2016.

Judith Gruber, Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology

"Wider die Entinnerung. Zur postkolonialen Kritik hegemonialer Wissenspolitiken in der deutschsprachigen Theologie," Postkoloniale Theologie. Deutsche Perspektiven. Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg Erlangen, Deutschland, June 2016.

"Protest and Dissent in the Catholic Church: A Roundtable," American Academy of Religion, Roman Catholic Studies Group, San Antonio, TX, November 2016

Ashley Howard, Assistant Professor of History

"Blood in the Water: The Attica Uprising and Its Legacy on the Occasion of its 45th Anniversary," Association for the Study of African American Life and History, Richmond, VA, October 2016.

Leonard Kahn, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

"Robophobia: Military Robots and the Ethics of Armed Conflict," Humanities and Education Research Association, New Orleans, LA, March 2016, and at the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Washington, D.C., February 2016.

Michael Kelly, Rev. John F. Keller, S.J., Distinguished Professor in Mathematics

"Index bonds for complexes associated to limit groups," presented at Fixed Point Theory and related topics, Rio Claro, Brasil, July 2016.

"Free groups and fixed points of homotopy idempotents," presented at XX Encontro Brasileiro de Topologia, Curitiba, Brasil, July 2016.

Young Soo Kim, Assistant Professor of Political Science

Was "securitization" or "moralization"?: Dramatic Increase of Global Response to HIV/AIDS in the 2000s” presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA, March 2016.

"Regional Cooperation for Peaceful Maritime order: Theoretical overview of International Relations discipline."  KMI International Seminar on regional cooperation for sustainable fisheries and agriculture in the Northwest Pacific Ocean, Busan, South Korea, October 2016.

Marcus Kondkar, Chair and Associate Professor of Sociology

"Exploring the Lethal Collateral Consequences of Correctional Turnover in Urban Neighborhoods," presented at the 53rd Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, March 29 – April 2, 2016.

Anthony Ladd, Professor of Sociology

"Fractured Landscapes: Wastewater Injection, Induced Seismicity, and Environmental Injustice Surrounding Oil and Gas Fracking on the Western Plains." Presented at the National Meeting of the Association for Humanist Sociology, Denver, CO, November 2-6, 2016.

"Institutional Dilemmas of Hydraulic Fracking: Economic Bonanza, Renewable Energy Bridge, or Gangplank to Disaster?"  With Charles B. Perrow. Presented at the National Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Seattle, WA, August 20-24, 2016.

Tuan Lam, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences

"Effects of bilingualism on audio-visual speech perception in noise." With S. Schroeder and V. Marian. Poster presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, MA, November 2016.

Patrick Leland, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

"Kant on Direct Self-Reference," Presented at the Third Biennial Meeting of the North American Kant Society, Atlanta, GA, May 2016.

Lawrence Lewis, Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences

"Symbolic Representation in Contemporary Heraldry." With A. Demaske. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, London, England, UK, August 2016.

Carol Ann MacGregor, Assistant Professor of Sociology

"The Sociology of Catholic Parishes: Prospects for Renewal." Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Atlanta, GA, October 28 – October 30, 2016.

"Are Religious Social Networks Distinctive." Annual Meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion, Seattle, WA, August 19th -21st, 2016.

"Catholic Schools and Charter Schools: Competition, Co-optation and Confusion." Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, Washington, DC, April 8th – April 12th, 2016.

Martin McHugh, Associate Professor of Physics

"Robert H. Dicke and Experiments in Gravitation," The American Association of Physics Teachers National Winter Meeting, New Orleans, LA, January 2016.

Trimiko Melancon, Associate Professor of English

"Our Presence Matters—Or, How to Be Free When You Were Never Mean to Be," Opening Plenary/Keynote Lecture at the UNCF-Mellon Mays Programs Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2016.

"#SayHerName—or, Why Black Women Are Otherwise Absent in Discourses about Police Brutality." Presented at the College Language Association Conference, Houston, Texas, April 2016.

"Proposal Writing & Dissertation Development Workshop," Social Science Research Council, Mellon Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 2016.

"Exploring the MultiSouths," 2016 Tennessee Williams Scholars Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2016.

#SayHerName: A Women’s Studies Women’s History Month Event, Xavier University, New Orleans, LA, March 2016.

"Race and Representations (Post) 911 and in the Age of Michelle Obama," Occidental College, Eagle Rock, California, February 2016.

David Meyers, Rev. Aloysius B. Goodspeed, S.J. Beggars Distinguished Professor in Mass Communication

"Possible worlds, Part 2." 4th Annual Games & Literary Theory Conference, Krakow, Poland, November 2016.

"Building a games studies conference: A case study of Games & Literary Theory," Panel presentation at the 1st International Joint Conference of the Digital Games Research Association and the Foundations of Digital Games, Dundee, Scotland, August 2016.

"Possible worlds, literal stories," Presented at the Poetics of the Algorithm Conference, Liege, Belgium, June 2016.

Kimberlee S. Mix, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

"Novel functions for the orphan nuclear receptor NR4A2 in arthritis," Presented to the Institute of Bone and Joint Research, University of Sydney, Australia, July 2016.

"Transcribing joint destruction: tales of an orphan nuclear receptor in arthritis," Presented to the Department of Rheumatology at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Sydney, Australia, July 2016.

David Moore, Chair and Rev. James J. Pillar, O.M.I., Distinguished Professor of History

"A Monumental Crisis in New Orleans," New England American Culture Conference, Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire, Oct. 20-23, 2016.

John Mosier, Professor of English

"The Survivors," Presented at the National World War II Museum. New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2016.

"The Battles of Verdun," Keynote Lecture at the National World War I Museum, Kansas City, Kansas, July 2016.

Constance Mui, Rev. Scott Youree Watson, S.J., Distinguished Professor of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Philosophy

"The Male Gaze: An Ontological Assessment of Embodied Freedom," Philosophy Colloquium at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, November 2016.

Laura Murphy, Associate Professor of English

"Labor Trafficking Among Homeless Youth in the United States," U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Runaway and Homeless Youth National Conference, St. Petersburg FL, October 2016.

"Covenant House Multi-City Study of Trafficking Among Homeless Youth," Covenant House International Program Directors Retreat, Newark, NJ, September 2016.

"Labor Trafficking Among Homeless Youth in the United States," U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Runaway and Homeless Youth Training and Technical Assistance Program, Grantee training, St. Petersburg, FL, September 2016.

"Biodun Jeyifo on Freedom and Complexity in The (Captive) Nation," African Literature Association Conference. Atlanta, GA, April 2016.

"Modern Slavery, the New Slave Narrative, and Post-9/11 Crusade Politics,”
Invited Lecture, Yale University, New Haven, CT, April 2016.

“Modern Slavery, the New Slave Narrative, and Post-9/11 Crusade Politics," Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO, March 2016.

"Escaping Modern Slavery: How Citizen-Activists Can Change a Culture of Exploitation," Keynote Lecture. Off the Market Symposium. University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, March 2016.

"Lessons for Abolitionists from the New Slave Narratives.," Keynote Lecture. Simpson College, Des Moines, IA, March 2016.

Charles Nichols, Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences

"Effects of internalized homophobia and unconditional social support upon life satisfaction of sexual minority individuals." With Simms, Destiny.  Presented at the annual conference for the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Minneapolis, MN, June 2016.

"Factors affecting hurricane evacuation." With Dupuis, Erin. Presented at the annual conference for the Association for Psychological Sciences, Chicago, IL, May 2016.

"Financial stress, coping behaviors, and satisfaction with college experience." With Bruyn, Maria. Presented at the annual conference for the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, April 2016.

"Relations between extrinsic and intrinsic values and pro-green versus pro-growth attitudes in college students." With Liechty, Amanda. The annual conference of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences, Alexandria, LA, April 2016.

Justin Nystrom, Associate Professor of History

"Methods and Technology for Bringing New Orleans Oral History to a Popular Audience," Louisiana Historical Association Annual Meeting, Baton Rouge, LA, March 2016.

"An Absolute Massacre: The 1866 Riot at the Mechanics’ Institute," TriPod: New Orleans at 300 (podcast and radio broadcast), WWNO New Orleans (NPR), July 2016.

Angel Parham, Associate Professor of Sociology

"St. Domingue Refugees in Cuba and New Orleans," Social Science History Association, Chicago, IL (2016).

"The Racial Palimpsest: New Analytical Lenses for Studying Race and Migration," Invited talk, University of Wisconsin-Madison, co-sponsored by the Sociology Department and the Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies (LACIS) program, 2016.

Leslie, Parr, A. Louis Read Distinguished Professor in Communication and Director for the Center for the Study of New Orleans

"A Love Affair with Parades: Treme and the Origins of Second Lines and Jazz Funerals in New Orleans," Presented at International conference, “Treme’ - New Orleans: quand la ville sʼinvente en musique, University of Paris 13, June 2016

"Preserving New Orleans Second Line Culture," New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Gallery, Nov. 5 - Dec. 18, 2016

Louisiana Photography Biennial Exhibition, New Orleans Art Center Gallery, Oct. 8-Nov. 19, 2016

"Emotion," juried exhibit, A. Smith Gallery, Johnson City, Texas, Sept. 24 - Oct. 29, 2016

Society for Photographic Education Caucus Juried Exhibit, The Arts at California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, Sept. 26, 2016 - Jan. 31, 2017

Society for Photographic Education, juried exhibit, Living Arts Gallery, Tulsa, September 2016

"Alphabet," juried exhibit, A. Smith Gallery, Johnson City, Texas, July 1-Aug. 7, 2016

"American Music Triangle" juried exhibit, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Grandstand, April 22 - May 1, 2016

"La Femme," invitational show, New Orleans Art Center Gallery, March 12 - April 3, 2016

Society for Photographic Education, Combined Caucus Juried Exhibition, Las Vegas, March 12, 2016

"Gatherings," juried exhibit, A. Smith Gallery, Johnson City, Texas, Jan. 8 – Feb. 14, 2016

"Childhood," juried exhibit, A. Smith Gallery, Johnson City, Texas, Feb. 19 - March 27, 2016

Jonathan Peterson, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

"Just War and the Protection of Cultural Heritage," Presentation at the Workshop on the Protection of Cultural Artifacts in War, Stockholm Centre for the Ethics of War and Peace, Stockholm University, June 2016

Lisbeth Philip, Visiting Assistant Professor of Languages and Cultures

"Le vamos a dar más medicina por la intravenal: Examining interpreters’ errors in Spanish medical interpreting courses," Paper presented at the South Central MLA 2016 Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas, November 2016.

Connie Rodriguez, Reverend Emmett M. Bienvenu, S.J., Distinguished Professor of Classical Studies

Panel on Roman Art and Archaeology, Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Williamsburg, Virginia, March 2016

Karen Rosenbecker, Assistant Professor of Classical Studies

"Two a Day: American Vaudeville and Greek Old Comedy," 112th Annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Williamsburg, Virginia, March 2016.

"Revisiting 'Aristophanes’ Wealth' in New Orleans," Committee for Ancient and Modern Performance Retrospective. 147th Annual Meeting of the Society for Classical Studies, San Francisco, CA, January 2016.

Valery Rousseau, Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics

"How to teach a machine to think?" Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA, April 2016.

Sanjog Rupakheti, Assistant Professor of History

"Law and Modernity on the Margins of the British Empire," South-South Intellectual History across Middle East and South Asia, 1857-1948, Columbia University, October 20-21, 2016.

Josefa Salmon, Rev. Guy Lemieux, S.J. SAK Distinguished Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies

"Entre el derecho y la ley: la producción de lo común en Bolivia," With Farit Rojas, and Oscar Vega Camacho, Presented at the LASA 2016 XXXIV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, New York, New York, May 2016.

Christopher Schaberg, Associate Professor of English

"Some Other Flight Ways." (Part of an invited book panel on Thom van Dooren’s Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction.) International Association for Environmental Philosophy, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 2016.

"Airportness in the West: Fame, Fantasy, Frontier," Western American Literature Association, Big Sky, Montana, September, 2016. 

"First Class Reading, and Other Airport Disasters," Modern Language Association, Austin, Texas, January 2016.

Clifton Stephenson, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

"Development of Chiral Sensors Based on the Supramolecular Interactions of Rhodamine Derivatives with Organic Analyte," With Justin Romaire, Dayla Rich, Nathaniel Kamm, Nathalie Aleman, and Michael Maher. International Symposium on Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry, The K-Hotel Seoul, Korea, July 2016.

"Using the supramolecular interactions of rhodamine derivatives with amino alcohols to develop chiral sensors," With Rich, Dayla C.; Aleman, Nathalie Y.; Romaire, Justin; and Kamm, Nathaniel,” Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Columbia, SC, October 2016.

"Resolution and crystal structure analysis of asymmetrical rhodamine derivatives with potential as chiral sensors," With Rich, Dayla C., Aleman, Nathalie Y., Kamm Nathaniel, Nguyen, Ha, Dang, Quynh-Nhu, and Mague, Joel T.  Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Columbia, SC, October 2016.

"Suzuki-Miyaura coupling for formation of asymmetric rhodamine derivatives with chiral sensing potential," With Aleman, Nathalie Y., Rich, Dayla C., Kamm, Nathaniel, Odom, Lauren V., Nguyen, Ha, Dang, Quynh-Nhu. Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Columbia, SC, October 2016.

"Rhodamine derivatives as sensors for small organic compounds," Invited talk at Mississippi College; November 2016.

Rae Taylor, Associate Professor and Chair of Criminology and Justice

"Reentry Court: New Approach, New Insights." With Schlegel, Scott, and Kelly Frailing. Presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA, November 2016.

"Trafficking and Exploitative Labor Among Homeless Youth in New Orleans and Beyond." With Stroh, Lauren, Marley Duet, Laura Murphy and Christian Bolden. Presented at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA, November 2016

Aimée K. Thomas, Lecturer of Biological Sciences

"What’s Bugging You: Using iNaturalist and BioBlitzes to Promote Citizen Science in our Parks," With Scott, Aleutia & Meyers, Stacey.  National Association of Biology Teachers annual conference, Denver, CO, November 2016.

"Use of Invasive Plants by Honeybees in an Urban Setting," With Sferrazza, Melanie. National Association of Biology Teachers annual conference, Denver, CO, November 2016.

"Indirect effects of white-tailed deer herbivory on southeast Louisiana spider communities," With Pashkevich, Michael. National Association of Biology Teachers annual conference, Denver, CO, November 2016.

Robert Thomas, Professor & Director, Center for Environmental Communication; Loyola Chair in Environmental Communication

"The systematics of the somewhat boring, but potentially exhilarating, South American snake genus Thamnodynastes," Ernie Liner Herpetological Symposium, Louisiana Marine Consortium, Cocodrie, LA, November 2016.

"Scientists communicating under extraordinary circumstances," Tulane School of Public Health, November 2016.

"Role of the Media: Vital to Public Well-being, Poorly Delivered it Causes Public Pain," National Dialogues on Behavioral Health, New Orleans, LA, October 2016.

"Communicating your Science – Welcome to my World," Compass workshop, Big branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, Lacombe, LA, September 2016.

"Environmental lessons learned, or have we???  Communicating under extraordinary circumstances," Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA, September 2016.

"Environmental Journalism in the Era of Clickbait," Tulane 21st Environmental Law & Policy Summit, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, February 2016.

William Thornton, Professor of Criminology and Justice

Thematic Session: "The Pedagogy of Justice: Student-Faculty Community Collaborative Engagement in Justice Research/Scholarship in New Orleans."  With Lydia Voigt. American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2016.

"Sex Offender Registration in Southeastern Louisiana and Overpopulation of Prisons."  With Joseph Picone.  72nd National Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans Louisiana, November 2016

Thematic Session: "Preventing Lethal Violence in New Orleans."  With Lydia Voigt and Dee W. Harper. American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2016.

"New Orleans Neighborhood Patterns of Homicide and Key Structural Variables," With Lydia Voigt and Dee W. Harper.  Presented at 72nd National Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2016

Rian Thum, Associate Professor of History

"Contemporary Chinese Central Asia in Deep Historical Context." Indiana University, annual Bregel Lecture, November 14, 2016

"Eliding Connection at the Margins of China and the Islamic World" Yale University, September 29, 2016.

"Persianate ties between China and India" Saint Joseph’s University, March 1, 2016

"How the Uyghurs became a 'minority'" Fairbank Center 60th Anniversary Symposium, Harvard University, October 2016

"Book Panel: 'Rian Thum’s Sacred Routes of Uyghur History'" Central Eurasian Studies Society Annual Meeting, Princeton University, October 2016

"A Uyghur Linkage Between India and China" Third International Conference on Uyghur Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, October 2016.

Enrique Varela, Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences

"Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Age of Diagnosis among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder." With Kamps, Nguyen, Infante, Klein, Horta, Quintana, & Pucci. Poster presented at the National Conference in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, Lawrence, KS, October 2016.

Lydia Voigt, Reverend Joseph H. Fichter, S.J., Distinguished Professor

Thematic Session: "The Pedagogy of Justice: Student-Faculty Community Collaborative Engagement in Justice Research/Scholarship in New Orleans."  With William E. Thornton. American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2016.

"Sex Offender Registration in Southeastern Louisiana and Overpopulation of Prisons."  With Joseph Picone and William E. Thornton.  72nd National Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans Louisiana, November 2016

Thematic Session: "Preventing Lethal Violence in New Orleans."  With William E. Thornton and Dee W. Harper. American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2016.

"New Orleans Neighborhood Patterns of Homicide and Key Structural Variables," With William E. Thornton and Dee W. Harper.  Presented at 72nd National Meeting of the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2016

"Sample of Loyola’s Student — Faculty Collaborative Community Engagement Projects." With Thornton, W.E.  Project presentations at the American Society of Criminology (ASC) in New Orleans, LA, November 19, 2016.

James Wee, Provost Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences
"The Audubon Park Lagoon NanoSafari: Investigating an iPad App as a Learning Tool to Link Microscopic Organisms and People Visually." With Aimee K. Thomas, Courtney L. Slugher, Craig S. Hood, and Lisa E. Underwood.  51st Phycological Society of America Annual Meeting, John Carroll University, Cleveland Heights, OH, July 2016.

Timothy Welsh, Assistant Professor of English

"Fictional Worlds, Freemium Economics, and the Shifting Locus of Competition in Grand Theft Auto V Online." Presented at the 4th meeting of the International Conference series in Games and Literary Theory. Peer-reviewed. Krakow, Poland, November 2016.

"Building a Game Studies Conference: A Case Study of Games & Literary Theory," Roundtable at the first joint conference of the Digital Games Research Association and Foundations of Digital Games. Peer-Reviewed. Dundee, Scotland, August 2016.

"From PvE to PvD: Pitting Players against Game Developers in Free-to-Play Games," Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, annual conference. Seattle, WA, March 2016.

Mark Yakich, Gregory F. Curtin, S.J., Distinguished Professor of English

"Poetry: A Survivor’s Guide," Louisiana Book Festival, Baton Rouge, LA, October 2016

"Poetry: A Survivor’s Guide," Words & Music, New Orleans, LA, November 2016

"Poetry: A Survivor’s Guide," Tennessee Williams Festival, New Orleans, LA, Spring 2016

Kate Yurgil, Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences

"Risk Factors of post-deployment intermittent vs. chronic tinnitus in active-duty Marines." With Clifford, R. C., and Baker, D. G.  Paper analysis presented at Tulane University Department of Psychology Colloquium Series, December 2016.

Evan Zucker, Professor of Psychological Sciences

"Collectivism and individualistic personality traits and the perception of women in military contexts." With Brand, L. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, April 2016.

"The effects of self-esteem and level of exercise on risky behaviors in college students." With Ricardo, S. I.   Poster presented at the 90th annual meeting of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences, Alexandria, LA, April 2016.