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Submissions from 2015

Ethics and Sustainability in Edu-tourism, Aaron D. Sachs

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Black Lives Matter=All Lives Matter, Myrna Santiago

La Reforma Energética en México y la Ecología del Petróleo: Lecciones Desde la Historia, Myrna Santiago

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Mexico’s Energy Reform: National Coffers, Local Consequences, Myrna Santiago

Railroad Radicals in Cold War Mexico: Gender, Class, and Memory, Myrna Santiago

Review of "Subterranean Struggles: New Dynamics of Mining, Oil, and Gas in Latin America" by Anthony Bebbington and Jeffrey Bury, Myrna Santiago

To Conduct Oral Interviews in Nicaragua for an Account of That Country’s Devastating 1972 Earthquake, Myrna Santiago

Whiteness Attacked, Whiteness Defended: White South African Rhetorics of Race in JULUKA Newsletter, Scott Schönfeldt-Aultman

A Dance Class, A Drag King, and the Pedagogical Possibilities of Performative Hip-Hop: An Interview With Carmen Morrison & Alex U. Inn, Scott Schönfeldt-Aultman and Carmen Alex Morrison

Stalwarts of self-sacrifice: London Hospital and Edwardian nostalgia on the small screen, Aeleah Soine

Lavinia Dock, International Nurse: Transnational Approaches to Feminism, Social Justice, and Global Public Health, Aeleah Soine and Siobhan Nelson

Saving the Snow Leopard with Science and Spirituality [Award for Best Poster], Elena Songster and Michael Lewis

(Dis)Embodied Literacies: Identities and Ways of Being, Meghan Sweeney

The Everywhere and Nowhere Skill: Sustaining the Assessment of Analytical Reading as Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum, Meghan Sweeney

Annotated bibliography of Heather Robinson’s “Writing Center Philosophy and the End of Basic Writing: Motivation at the Site of Remediation and Discovery”, Meghan A. Sweeney

Difficulty Paper (Dis)Connections: Understanding the Threads Students Weave Between Their Reading and Writing, Meghan Sweeney and Maureen McBride

Felix Starro [Musical Adaptation], Lysley Tenorio

Rome Prize Literature Fellowship, Lysley Tenorio

Staged Adaptations of “Monstress” and “Save the I-Hotel”, Lysley Tenorio

The Brothers, Lysley Tenorio

Yaddo [Winter Residency], Lysley Tenorio

ETC: A Review of General Semantics, Ed Tywoniak

Executive Director Transition Ceremony School of Applied Theology [Keynote Speaker], Ed Tywoniak

Opportunities Between Media Ecology and General Semantics, Ed Tywoniak

Reading: Lord of the Flies (William Golding), Ed Tywoniak

Reading: The Grapes of Wrath (John Steinbeck), Ed Tywoniak

Review of "Roger Waters and Pink Floyd: The Concept Albums" (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Series in Communication Studies, January 2015), Ed Tywoniak

Towards a Contemporary Media Ecology Curriculum: Communication Theory, Ed Tywoniak

The Ninth Island: Hawaiians in Las Vegas, Cynthia Van Gilder and Dana Herrera

Mark “Etienne” Zborowski: Portrait of Deception, Part Two, Susan Weissman

Portrait of Stalin's Master Spy Mark Zborowski, aka Etienne, Susan Weissman

To a Greater Goal/Vers le Grand But: Women’s Soccer in 2015, Claire Williams

Between the Lines: Women’s Sports and the Press in Washington, DC, Claire Williams and S.K. Fields

Danger Zones: Trigger Warnings and the Precarity of Speech in the Feminist Classroom, Denise Witzig

Masculinity and Its Discontents: Myth, Memory and the Future on Mad Men, Denise Witzig

Commentary on "The Church of Economism and Its Discontents", Stephen Woolpert

Decadence and Silence: A Perspective on Cynicism, Ben Xu

Reading Classic Books: Liberal Education in America, Ben Xu

Best Book of 2015: "Softcover" by Monica Fambrough, Matthew Zapruder

Birds of Texas, Matthew Zapruder

Everyday Creativity, Matthew Zapruder

Everyday Failure, Matthew Zapruder

“Into the Alpine Meadow I Send a Few Silent Dawn Apologies,” “Poem for Keats,” “Poem for Coleridge,” “Poem for Tomaz Salamun," and “Poem for a Sleepless Friend”, Matthew Zapruder

My Childhood, Matthew Zapruder

Ordinaire, Matthew Zapruder

Poem for Ann Hood, Matthew Zapruder

Poem for Doom, Matthew Zapruder

Poem for Noguchi, Matthew Zapruder

Reading at Poetry Center, Matthew Zapruder

Review of "The History of Silence", Matthew Zapruder

“Summer Poem #2” and “Summer Poem #3”, Matthew Zapruder

Thinking Through the Poems, Matthew Zapruder

Tuesday; A Reading Project, Matthew Zapruder

Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them, Deanna Zibello

Submissions from 2014

Starving Alone Together: Prisoner Hunger Strikes and the Evolution of California's Solitary Confinement Policies Through the Lens of Advocacy Coalition Framework (ACF), Ronald Ahnen

Victims of Their Own Success?: Explaining the Lack of Microcredit Offerings in Costa Rica, Ronald Ahnen

Berkeley Connect Fellowship 2014, Manisha Anantharaman

Best Graduate Student Paper, Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS), Manisha Anantharaman

Lifestyle Leapfrogging in Emerging Economies, Manisha Anantharaman

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Networked Ecological Citizenship, The New Middle Classes and the Provisioning of Sustainable Waste Management in Bangalore, India, Manisha Anantharaman

Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, Manisha Anantharaman

Re-Cycling Class: Understanding New Middle Class Bicycling as a Social Practice, Manisha Anantharaman

Remembering and Re-Imagining a Garden city: Garbage Politics in Bangalore, India, Manisha Anantharaman

Sustainability Transitions in Emerging Economies: The Lifestyle-Livelihood Gap, Manisha Anantharaman

The "Sustainability" of Class Relations in Bangalore, India, Manisha Anantharaman

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Segregation - A Core Concept in Discard Studies, Manisha Anantharaman and Aman Luthra

Beyond Soft Power: The Stakes and Configurations of the Influence of Contemporary Turkey in the World, Zeynep Atalay

Civil Society is the Rising Currency in Politics Today: Transnational Charitable Giving and Pious Neoliberalism, Zeynep Atalay

Instrumental Motives of Norm-Oriented Networks: Legitimacy, Resonance, and Visibility, Zeynep Atalay

Formal Response to Two Papers for the GOCN Forum on Missional Hermeneutics (Session Theme: “Thinking Missionally About God, Scripture, and Missional Vocation”), Michael Barram

"Occupying" Genesis 1–3: Missionally Located Reflections on Biblical Values and Economic Justice, Michael Barram

"Your Will Be Done, On Earth As It Is In Heaven": Covenant Renewal and Economic Justice in the Sermon on the Mount, Michael Barram

Animal Sex and Narrative: Different Stories, David Benin

Grizzly Ontologies: On Affect, Intersubjectivity, and Animal Politics, David Benin

‘The Ball don’t lie’: Neoliberal technologies of citizenship in the sport film, David Benin

Urban Space and Social Life in the Essays of Ángel Ganivet, David Bird

An Autoethnography on Creating Social Capital through Sport, Velina B. Brackebusch

Bringing Social Change: Why Should We Integrate with This, That or Anyone?, Velina B. Brackebusch

Not Bowling Alone: The Use of Sport to Build Social Capital, Velina B. Brackebusch

Which Team are you on? Researcher Positonality in Sport for Social Change, Velina B. Brackebusch

Unions That Used to Strike, Robert Brenner and Susan Weissman

Hollywood Still Goes to High School, Robert Bulman

Among the Long, Black Rafters, Anne Carpenter

"Incline the Ear of Your Heart": Aspects of Liturgical Silence, Anne Carpenter

Our Lady of Cultures: Reflections on the Virgin of Guadalupe, Anne Carpenter

The Architectures of Violence and Beauty, Anne Carpenter

Where is Christ? Letter to My College Community After the Violent Deaths of Black Americans, Anne Carpenter and Jonathan Heaps

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Lord Hear Our Prayer: Prayer, Social Support, and Well-Being in a Catholic Convent, Anna I. Corwin

Nuns, Prayer, and the Language of Aging Well, Anna I. Corwin

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Nuns, Prayers, and the Language of Aging Well, Anna I. Corwin

Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers, excerpts from “Volver”, CatherineMarie Davalos

Italian Cultural Exchange Among International Students, Maria Grazia De Angelis

From Sigismund to Sigismondo: A Renaissance Restyling of a Medieval Saint, Costanza Dopfel

Frantz Fanon’s Praxis of Decolonial Love as Theological Locus, Joseph G. Drexler-Dreis

‘Going behind the white man’s definitions’: James Baldwin’s Praxis of Unveiling as a Praxis of Liberation, Joseph G. Drexler-Dreis

Nat Turner’s Rebellion as a Process of Conversion: Towards a Deeper Understanding of the Christian Conversion Process, Joseph G. Drexler-Dreis

‘The American failure to face reality’: James Baldwin’s Decolonial Option, Joseph G. Drexler-Dreis

The Christian Understanding of the Relationship between the Human and Jesus Christ in a Context of Coloniality, Joseph G. Drexler-Dreis

Toward a Decolonial Christological Method, Joseph G. Drexler-Dreis

Classroom Assessment Techniques for Shared Inquiry, Katherine Field