Recent Faculty Books, Articles and Exhibits
Audrey Goldstein, NESAD, had an exhibit “Network Theory” at the Gallery Kayafas in Boston.
Celeste Kostopulos-Cooperman, Humanities and Modern Languages. Her essay “El tapiz como metáfora en La amortajada” is included in the critical volume on María Luisa Bombal (Centro de Investigaciones, Casa de las Americas, La Habana, Cuba 2009). The book contains a compendium of critical essays by internationally renowned authors, including Amado Alonso, Norah Lange and Gabriela Mistral.
Alison Kelly Hawke, Economics. Her article “Modelling skewness and elongation in financial returns: the case of exchange-traded funds” (co-authored with Sanjiv Jaggia) appeared in Applied Financial Economics, Vol.19, No.16, August 2009.
James Ptacek, Sociology, edited Restorative Justice and Violence Against Women (Oxford University Press, Interpersonal Violence Series, 2009).
Micky Lee, Communication and Journalism, will have a paper “A political economic critique of Google Maps and Google Earth” published in the journal Information, Communication, and Society. Her article “How to think about intellectual property of open source software from a feminist political economic perspective” will appear in the International Journal of Technology, Knowledge, and Society.
Quentin Miller, English, published an essay “Using the Blues: James Baldwin and Music” in A Historical Guide to James Baldwin (Oxford UP, 2009, pages 83-110) and a review essay “Everybody’s Lost City” in The F. Scott Fitzgerald Review (Vol. 7, 2009, 177-181). He also contributed an essay on James Baldwin to the Companion to Twentieth-Century United States Fiction (Wiley-Blackwell publishers) 361-368.
Allan Tow, Education and Human Services, published an article “It’s Still Chinese Food” in The Chinese Historical Society of New England newsletter (15.1 Fall 2009, pp3-6) with Chinese language translation by Da Zheng of the English Department.
Karen Clarke, New England School of Art & Design. A LEED-certified kitchen that she designed appeared on the cover of Boston Magazine’s fall 2009 home edition, “Kitchen Confidential.” The kitchen of the Lincoln home was featured in the Boston Magazine Home article.Miriam F. Weismann, Business Law and Ethics. Her manuscript “Regulating Unlawful Behavior in the Global Business Environment: The Functional Integration of Sovereignty and Multilateralism” was accepted for publication in the Journal of World Business.
Yong Xue, History, had two books published in China: How to Be a Great Power (Beijing: CITIC Publishing Group, 2009) and The Hatred Against the Rich (Jiangsu Literature and Art Publishing House, 2009).
Da Zheng, English, published an article “Sampan, a bilingual bridge: An exploration of socio-political functions of bilingualism and ethnic press,” in the Chinese Journal of Communication (2.2 July 2009, pp. 227– 267).