Submissions from 2018

Extra Hidden Life, Among the Days, Brenda Hillman

Direct and indirect effects of contact quality and perceived cultural identification on conflict management styles in an American-Chinese context, Makiko Imamura

Brasileiros do horário nobre – ou o que a CBS me ensinou sobre o Brasil, Samantha Nogueira Joyce

Latin American Media Research. An Overview, Samantha Nogueira Joyce


On Drugs, favelas and shoot outs – AKA, what CBS has taught me about Brazil, Samantha Nogueira Joyce


Representation of domestic violence in Brazilian serialized productions, Samantha Nogueira Joyce

How to Read a Play, Emily Klein

Seductive Movements: Immersive Theatre and Intimate Justice in Lysistrata & Spike Lee's Chi-Raq, Emily Klein

NEH Summer Institute on Slavery and the Constitution, Kathryn Koo

Faulkner and the Field of Law and Literature, Kathryn S. Koo

The Fluid Tour. Dana Lawton Dances, Dana Lawton

Holding Space, Dana Lee Lawton

Partners in Public History: Dialogues Across Communities, Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo

Telling Secrets: Reading the Silences and Confidences Surrounding Sexual and Domestic Violence, Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo


Review of The Unwomanly Face of War, Helga Lenart-Cheng


SMC World Languages and Cultures Professor Helga Lénárt-Cheng Receives Fulbright Award, Helga Lenart-Cheng

Stories of Posttrauma and National Sacrifice, Helga Lenart-Cheng

Wilhelm Dilthey’s Views on Autobiography., Helga Lenart-Cheng


Wilhelm Dilthey’s Views on Autobiography., Helga Lenart-Cheng

Author Fellowship, Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing, Rashaan Meneses


Waters I've Known, Rashaan Meneses

Mexicans in the Old West: Novel Depictions by Cather and Steinbeck, Molly Metherd

Willa Cather’s Expansive Historical Vision in Death Comes For The Archbishop, Molly Metherd


Opera from Scratch, Helena Michelson


Participating composer: 2018 Breath Mark Retreat for poets, composers, and performers, Helena Michelson

Artists Residency, Kala Art Institute, Andrew Mount

No Relief. Exhibition of paintings and screenprints, Andrew Mount

The Energy Plan: Beuys and the relationship between debt and capital, Andrew Mount

The stranger god” and the “artistic Socrates”: On Nietzsche and Plato in Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice, Julie Park

Altered States: Variations Through Time, Lino Rivera

Altered States: Variations Through Time, Lino Rivera

Piano Competition Adjudicator, upon invitation by the Hong Kong Schools Music and Speech Association, Lino Rivera


Review of "The Body as Capital: Masculinities in Contemporary Latin American Fiction", Maria Luisa Ruiz

Discussant in Symposium titled Exploring Activist Literacies Across Contexts: Literacy Practices in Teacher, Student, and Community Organizing. Literacy Research, Alicia Rusoja

Inter-American Educational Leadership Networks and Cross-Sector Alliances for Educational Equity, Alicia Rusoja

Intergenerational Critical Literacies as Communal Pedagogy of Resistance, Alicia Rusoja


The School to Prison Pipeline, Alicia Rusoja

Tying Tight or Splitting Up: An Adult’s Perspective of His Parent’ Same-Sex Relationship Dissolution, Aaron Dickson Sachs

Extraction Stories: Workers, Communities and Nature in the Mining and Oil Industries, Myrna Santiago

Nicaragua and the Battle over Memory and History, Myrna Santiago

Partners in Public History: Training Students and Engaging Communities, Aeleah Soine


Selling the (Anti-) Smoking Nurse: Tobacco Advertising and Commercialism in the American Journal of Nursing, Aeleah Soine and Sioban Nelson

Healing Nature: Seeking Balance in Chinese Medicine and Nature through History, E. Elena Songster

The Giant Panda: Posterchild of the Cultural Revolution?, E. Elena Songster


Panda nation : the construction and conservation of China's modern icon, Elena Songster

Protecting Pandas and the Evolution of Environmental Science and Stewardship in the PRC, Elena Songster

Fostering Information Literacy in the Era of Fake News: John Oliver, Public Intellectuals, and Transforming Critical Thought in the Composition Classroom, Meghan Sweeney

An Analysis of Discipline-Specific Academic Language Learning in Middle-School Students, Meghan A. Sweeney


Audience Awareness as a Threshold Concept of Reading: An Examination of Student Learning in Biochemistry, Meghan A. Sweeney

Translocal WPA Research: Assessing Diversity Learning in FYW across Three Universities in One Region, Meghan A. Sweeney

Bogliasco Foundation Literature Fellowship, Lysley Tenorio


Ninth Island, Las Vegas: Hawaiian Gaming Tourism and The California Hotel, Cynthia Van Gilder and Dana Herrera

Playing Paradise: The California Hotel and Hawaiian Tourist Imaginaries, Cynthia Van Gilder and Dana Herrera

Filipinx Critical Theory: From Racialization to Radicalization, Michael Viola

The Intersections of Critical Filipino/a Studies and Ethnic Studies, Michael Viola

The Standpoint of Filipina Solidarity: Toward a Filipina Radical Tradition, Michael Viola

Toward a Filipino/a Radical Tradition, Michael Viola


From Identity Formation to Social Transformation: A Dialogue on Filipino American Studies, Michael Joseph Viola


Letting Malibu Burn, An interview with Mike Davis, Suzi Weissman


Our Students Need the Money Now, An interview with Alex Caputo-Pearl, Suzi Weissman


The Rise of Bullshit Jobs, An interview with David Graeber, Suzi Weissman


Denise Witzig Honored as Professor of the Year, Denise Witzig

Office of the Provost Faculty Research Grant, Denise Witzig

That's Not Me: Female Rage and Feminist Promise on TV, Denise Witzig

Wonder Women: Trauma, Power and the Feminist Hero, Denise Witzig

Class demonstrations and performance presentation, Jia Wu

Rarities, collected from every corner of the earth': Exotic Catalogue and Self-Conscious Orientalism in William Beckford’s Vathek, Yin Yuan

That fed her charmed life': Botanical Science and Imperial Nourishment in Lalla Rookh, Yin Yuan

Galileo on Faith and Reason: the 'Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina, Joseph Zepeda

History in the Defense of Common Sense, Joseph Zepeda


Scenic Design for Shotgun Players production of Arcadia by Tom Stoppard, Deanna Zibello

Submissions from 2017

War, Displacement and Radicalization, Hisham Ahmed


Leftist Politics and the Limits of Microcredit in Argentina, Ron Ahnen

Circular Economy Practices and Discourses Amongst Informal Sector Waste Recyclers in Bangalore, India, Manisha Anantharaman

Class, Subjectivity and Environmental Governance in Bangalore, India, Manisha Anantharaman

Contemplative Social Justice Scholars Program, Manisha Anantharaman


Elite and Ethical: The Defensive Distinctions of Middle-Class Bicycling in Bangalore, India, Manisha Anantharaman


Green Public Spaces and Sustainable Cities in South and Southeast Asia: Integrating Needs and Societal Wellbeing, Manisha Anantharaman

Informality, Legitimacy and Authority in the Age of the "Circular Economy”, Manisha Anantharaman


Re-cycling Class: The Environmental Politics of Urban Sustainability in Bangalore, India, Manisha Anantharaman

Saint Mary’s College Provost's Faculty Research Grant, Manisha Anantharaman

Subjectivity and Environmental Governance in Bangalore, India, Manisha Anantharaman

The Politics of Inclusion in Cleaning and Greening Bangalore, India, Manisha Anantharaman


Weaving It In: Community Engaged Learning Across Disciplines, Manisha Anantharaman

Neoliberal Authoritarianism and Islamist Civil Society in Turkey, Zeynep Atalay


Partners in Patriarchy: Faith-Based Organizations and Neoliberalism in Turkey Critical Sociology, Zeynep Atalay


To the Lighthouse and Beyond: Five Memoirs of Women Scholars of Canadian Literature, Carol Beran, Judith McCombs, Nora Foster Stovel, Charlotte Templin, and Sharon Rose Wilson

Epistemic Justice and the Cultivation of Intellectual Virtue in Galdós’s Marianela (1878), David Bird

Possibilities and Limitations of the Mexican (1958) by by José Revueltas, David Bird


Aligning Stakeholder Frames for Transition Management in Solid Waste: The Case Study of Bangalore, India, Nivedita Biyani and Manisha Anantharaman


Sport and Social Exclusion in Global Society, Velina Brackebusch

Using Reflexivity to Enrich Students’ Community Engagement Experience in an Introductory Sport Management Course, Velina Brackebusch and Claire Williams

Hollywood Still Goes to High School: How Films about Schooling Reveal American Cultural Beliefs about Inequality, Robert Bulman

Mr. Plecki and Me: Lessons From Cheaters About Critical Pedagogy, Robert Bulman


Hans Urs von Balthasar and the Critical Appropriation of Russian Religious Thought by Jennifer Newsome Martin (review), Anne Carpenter


Mary, Seat of Wisdom, Anne M. Carpenter


The Extraordinary is Wed to the Mundane in the Catholic Imagination, Anne M. Carpenter

A Better Map of Soteriology: A Response to William Loewe’s Lex Crucis: Soteriology and the Stages of Meaning, Jessica M. Coblentz


Bipolar Faith: A Black Woman's Journey with Depression and Faith, Jessica M. Coblentz

Can We Say ‘Yes’ to This?, Jessica M. Coblentz