Submissions from 2020

Chocolate: A Community Arts Grant, CatherineMarie Davalos

Colonie Italiane in Africa (Italian Colonies in Africa), Maria Grazia De Angelis

Fertile Florence: How a Demographic Disaster shaped the Italian Renaissance, Costanza Dopfel


Professional Development for Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility: Past, Present, and Future, Robin J. Dunn and Sarah A. Doolittle

Michael Morgan Salon: New Commission in Process, Rebecca Engle and Martin Rokeach

Well Mr. Diary, Rebecca Engle and Martin Rokeach

A lot of quiet people’: Knowing When (Not) To Write in the Age of Mass Writing, Elisa Findlay

Filippi Endowment Grant for Course Development, Elisa Findlay

Girls Write Now and the Exclusivity of Self-Expression, Elisa Findlay

Puritans behaving badly: Gender, punishment, and religion in early America, Monica Fitzgerald


Intergenerational Literacies: The Racial, Linguistic, and Cultural Resources of Families in Raising Young Children of Color, Tracey T. Flores, Emily Rose Schwab, Wintre Foxworth Johnson, and Alicia Rusoja


"Camp." The 39th Annual Black Maria Film Festival, Peter Freund


Endnotes for an Allocution, Peter Freund

Retracted Cinema : a program of experimental film, Peter Freund


The Art of Retraction, Peter Freund

The Intellectual Procuress: Celestina’s Legacy and the Rhetoric of Seduction, Costanza Gislon Dopfel

Ask the Experts: Racism in the Machine, Carlos Granda, Nicole Brown, Jessica Poole, and Sheila Hassell Hughes

Albert Castel Award: For best book on the Civil War in the Western Theater for "Lincoln's Informer", Carl Guarneri

Dana's Lincoln: A War Department Insider's Perspective on the Civil War President, Carl Guarneri

Review of “Ted Widmer, Lincoln on the Verge: Thirteen Days to Washington”, Carl Guarneri

Playing hard to get: Romantic media viewing and endorsement of stereotypical masculinity, romantic ideals, and problematic relational behaviors, Veronica Hefner

Building a case for cultivation: Associations between undergraduates’ media exposure and romantic ideals, Veronica Hefner and additional author(s)

The Anatomy of Fake News: Critical News Literacy Education, Nolan Higdon

Morton Dauwen Zabel Award, Brenda Hillman


Winter Song for One Who Suffers, Brenda Hillman

“Hospitality and hostility”: Hispanic/Latino immigrants’ cultural and linguistic adaptation and U.S. Americans’ willingness to communicate, Makiko Imamura and additional author(s)


Direct and indirect effects of contact quality and perceived cultural identification on conflict management styles in an American‒Chinese context, Makiko Imamura, Yan Bing Zhang, and Ning Liu


‘Without cleanliness we can’t lead the life, no?’ Cleanliness practices, (in)accessible infrastructures, social (im)mobility and (un)sustainable consumption in Mysore, India, Tullia Jack, Manisha Anantharaman, and Alison L. Browne


2020 California Ballot Measure Pro/Con, Jason Jakaitis


Denisse is Making Lasagna, Jason Jakaitis

Thriving telenovelas: TV Globo’s strategies for keeping the genre relevant, Samantha Nogueira Joyce

Special Issue: Voices from the Field: Centering Southeast Asian American through Policy, Practice, and Activism, Peter T. Keo and Loan Thi Dao

A New Feminist Absurd?: Returning to the Ridiculous Through Protest, Panic, and White Feminist Futility, Emily Klein

The New Feminist Absurd: Protest, Panic, and White Feminist Futility in American Theatre, Emily Klein

Trotsky in Tijuana: A new novel by Dan La Botz, Dan La Botz, Alan Wald, and Susan Weissman

Dana Lawton Dances presents The Farallonites, Dana Lawton


Cressida Heyes: Anaesthetics of Experience: Essays on Experience at the Edge, Helga Lenart-Cheng

Personal and Collective Memory in the Works of Svetlana Alexievich, Helga Lenart-Cheng


Simone de Beauvoir: Diary of a Philosophy Student: Volume 2, 1928-29, Helga Lenart-Cheng


The Cross-Border Memoirs of Jean Guerrero and Francisco Cantú, Helga Lenart-Cheng

Bloody Macbeth: Director Victor Malana Maog in Conversation with Shakespeare Scholar Hilda Ma, Hilda Ma

The Shakespearean Sympathizer: War and Tragedy as a Refugee Optic, Hilda H. Ma


Last Days of the Wind, Felicia Martinez

Mira, Sol, Felicia Martinez

Not Meant For the Stars, Felicia Martinez


The Giver: Interview With Lois Lowry, Felicia Martinez

When, Felicia Martinez

Cross-Cultural Leadership as Interfaith Leadership, Barbara A. McGraw

Religious Regulation in the United States, Barbara A. McGraw and James T. Richardson

Tolerance and Intolerance in the History of Religious Liberty Jurisprudence in the United States and the Implementation of RFRA and RLUIPA, Barbara A. McGraw and James T. Richardson

Bainbridge Resident, Rashaan Meneses


Foreign Domestic, Rashaan Meneses


The Distance of Now, Rashaan Meneses


The Spark: History and the Filipinx Imagination, Rashaan Meneses, Veronica Montes, and Marianne Villanueva

American Harvest : God, Country, and Farming in the Heartland, Marie Mutsuki Mockett


What Two Imaginary Cats Tell Us About Who We Are (and How We’re Different), Marie Mutsuki Mockett

100th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage, Bonnie Morris

An overview of women’s sports history, Bonnie Morris

An overview of women’s sports history, Bonnie Morris


Soundtracks of Sisterhood: Historicizing the Women's Music Movement, Bonnie Morris

Race and Our Moment of Crisis: 45 Years after the VietNam War, Viet Thanh Nguyen and Hilda Ma


This is your home now: on Juli Delgado Lopera’s ‘Fiebre Tropical’, Florencia Orlandoni

Congressional Efforts to Defend and Extend Religious Freedom and the Law of Unintended Consequences, James T. Richardson and Barbara A. McGraw

Human Energy Project, Part II, Ellen Rigsby


Developing Metadiscursive Thinking about Research Methods through a Mixed-Methods Research Project, Ellen M. Rigsby and Makiko Imamura


Untold Stories, Unsung Heroes: Using Visual Narratives to Resist Historical Exclusion, Exoticization, and Gentrification in Boston Chinatown, Carolyn Rubin, Loan Thi Dao, Izabella Villanueva, and Cynthia Woo

Resistiendo la colonialidad en la investigación y la organización comunitaria de les inmigrantes Latinx en Estados Unidos, Alicia Rusoja


Review of "Principles of Sociological Inquiry: Qualitative and Quantitative Methods", Alicia Rusoja

We believe In collective magic: Re-claiming the future(s) of literacy research, Alicia Rusoja and additional author(s)


What space for public parks in sustainable consumption corridors? Conceptual reflections on need satisfaction through social practices, Marlyne Sahakian and Manisha Anantharaman


Recovery after Earthquakes: Managua, la ciudad zombie, Myrna Santiago

The Son of Good Fortune, Lysley Tenorio


Informal Work and Sustainable Cities: From Formalization to Reparation, Jennifer L. Tucker and Manisha Anantharaman


School procedural justice and being pushed out: examining the intersection of sex and race/ethnicity, Kay S. Varela, Sanna King, Anthony A. Peguero, and Alicia Rusoja

Preparing Future Educators with Ethnic Studies Pedagogy: Interrogating Power at the Intersections of Pedagogy, Positionality, and Place, Michael Viola


Racist Neoliberal Response to Hurricane Katrina Foreshadowed Response to COVID, Michael Viola


A conversation on ‘Filipinx’ and its vicissitudes, Michael Viola and additional author(s)


Behind Lebanon’s Catastrophe - Suzi Weissman interviews Gilbert Achcar, Susan Weissman


Science, Politics and the Pandemic - Suzi Weissman interviews Dr. Irv Weissman, Susan Weissman


Susan Weissman responds to Steven Smith’s letter to the LRB, Susan Weissman

Suzi Weissman on Pandemic Inequality, Crisis and Social Unrest: Whither USA, Susan Weissman

Using Real World Contracts to Enhance the Teaching and Learning of Contract Law, Claire Williams


Can the president really pardon himself? Look to case law for hints, Stephen Woolpert

Eating the Orient: Scenes of Exotic Ingestion in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century British Literature, Yin Yuan

Submissions from 2019

Calligraphy, Marilyn Abildskov

Confetti, Marilyn Abildskov

Glenna Luschei Prairie Schooner Fiction Award for short story, "Luciana in the Summertime," 2019, Marilyn Abildskov

Newfound Facts, Marilyn Abildskov

What Shade of White, Marilyn Abildskov


Border Immersion Reflection, Zahra Ahmed


Government and Politics - Brazil, Ronald Ahnen

Alba Viotto Visiting Professor, University of Geneva, Manisha Anantharaman

Critical Sustainability: A transformative research agenda, Manisha Anantharaman

Critical Sustainable Consumption: A Community-Engaged Research Agenda, Manisha Anantharaman

The politics of inclusion in sustainability transitions: Counter-stories from Bangalore, India, Manisha Anantharaman

How Do People Practice Green Public Spaces as a Consumption Corridor? Initial conceptual reflections linking satisfiers, to practices, to needs, Manisha Anantharaman and additional author(s)


Who participates in community-based sustainable consumption projects and why does it matter? A constructively critical approach, Manisha Anantharaman and additional author(s)

Everyday Cleanliness in Mysore, India: Materialities, Conventions, Consumption. Healthy Cities: Urbanization, Infrastructures and Everyday Life, additional author(s) and Manisha Anantharaman

Invited essay: “Teaching a Bible that is Relevant: Reflections on Context, Genre, Emphasis, and Missional Formation”, Michael Barram

Panel Discussion of Michael Barram's Missional Economics: Biblical Justice and Christian Formation, Michael Barram