Anderson, Carol (Religion)
Anderson, Carol. “The Possibility of a Postcolonial Buddhist Ethic of Wealth,” Journal of Buddhist Christian Studies 33 (2013) 139–152.
Barclay, David (History)
Barclay, David. “Music and Cold War Politics in West Berlin.” Max Kade Center for European and German Studies, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee. (Nov 2012).
Barclay, David. “Preußen in europäischer und amerikanischer Sicht.” “Preußen als Kulturstaat im 19. Jahrhundert.” 7th conference of the Otto-von-Bismarck-Stiftung, Militärgeschichtliches Forschungsamt, Potsdam. (Nov 2012).
Barclay, David. “Myth, Memory, and the Legacies of 1813.” 43rd Annual Conference of the Consortium on the Revolutionary Era 1750-1850, Fort Worth, Texas. (February 2013).
Batsell, Robert (Psychology)
Poster Presentation: Batsell, W. R. Jr., Allswede, D., Curley, K., & Cullen, N. “Comparison of potentiation and augmentation effects in flavor-aversion conditioning.” Eighty-fifth annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL. (May 2013).
Presentation: Carr, T. H., Dewey, J. A., Dominko, M., Batsell, R., & Hostetter, A. “Experiencing test-enhanced learning influences subsequent encoding and retrieval processes in three domains: verbal, mathematical, and visuo-spatial.” Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN. (Nov 2012).
Berthel, Karen (Theatre Arts)
Director: Imaginary Invalid. Kalamazoo Civic Theatre, October 2012.
Performer: “Maundy” in Sir Patient Fancy, Manhattan, NY, March 2013.
Performer: “Gremio” (and others), Queen’s Company Workshop production of Taming Of the Shrew, NY/ARTS, Manhattan, NY, June 2013.
Bundy, Rose (Japanese)
“Men and Women at Play: The Male-Female Poetry Contests of Emperor Murakami’s Court,” Japanese Language and Literature, Vol. 46, no. 2 (October, 2012).
“Gendering the Court Woman Poet: Pedigree and Portrayal in Fukurô zôshi,” Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 67, no. 2, (2012).
Cole, Arthur (Physics)
A. L. Cole, T. S. Anderson, Sam M. Austin, B. A. Brown, A. C. Dombos, O. Fawwaz, S. Gupta, G. W. Hitt, A. K. Schooley, L. Valdez, R. G. T. “Zegers Comparing Experimental and Calculated Electron-Capture Rates of pf-shel l Nuclei in Explosive Stellar Environments.” In Proc. Sci. NIC-XII, 098 (2012).
G. Perdikakis, M. Sasano, R. G. T. Zegers, Sam M. Austin, D. Bazin, B. A. Brown, C. Caesar, A. L. Cole, J. M. Deaven, N. Ferrante, C. J. Guess, G. W. Hitt, R. Meharchand, F. Montes, J. Palardy, A. Prinke, L. A. Riley, H. Sakai, M. Scott, A. Stolz, L. Valdez, K. Yako. “Probing electron captures on 56Ni: A new technique to extract Gamow-Teller strengths of unstable nuclei.” In Proc. Sci. NIC-XII, 017 (2012).
M. Sasano, G. Perdikakis, R. G. T. Zegers, Sam M. Austin, D. Bazin, B. A. Brown, C. Caesar, A. L. Cole, J. M. Deaven, N. Ferrante, C. J. Guess, G. W. Hitt, M. Honma, R. Meharchand, F. Montes, J. Palardy, A. Prinke, L. A. Riley, H. Sakai, M. Scott, A. Stolz, T. Suzuki, L. Valdez, K. Yako. “Extraction of the Gamow-Teller transition-strength distributions from 56Ni and 55Co via the (p,n) reaction in inverse kinematics.” In Phys. Rev. C86 034324 (2012).
Einspahr, Jennifer (Political Science)
Jennifer Einspahr. 2013. “The History of Political Thought and the Category Woman,” Political Theory 41(3): 499-504.
Elman, Amy (Political Science)
“Gender Violence,” in The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Politics, edited by Georgina Walen, Karen Celis, Johanna Kantola and S. Laurel Weldon, New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
Érdi, Peter (Physics/Complex Systems Studies)
San Miguel, M., Johnson, J. H., Kertesz, K., Kaski, K., Díaz-Guilera, A., MacKay, R. S., Loreto, V., Érdi, P., Helbing, D.: “Challenges in Complex Systems Science.” In Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 214, 245-271 (2012).
Villa, A. E., Duch, W., Érdi, P., Masulli, F., Palm, G.: “Artificial Neural Networks and Machine Learning.” The ICANN 2012: 22nd International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, Lausanne, Switzerland, September 11-14, 2012. Proceedings – 2012 Springer, Heidelberg.
Mihály Bányai, Vaibhav Diwadkar, Péter Érdi: “Model-based analysis of functional connectivity during associative learning in schizophrenia.” Advances in Cognitive Neurodynamics (III) 787-793.
Evans, Thomas (Music)
Guest Conductor, Tuba/Euphonium Ensemble, Bronson Park, December 31, 2012
Trombonist, Slide Rules (Professional Trombone Quartet)
“Fall into the Arts” (Battle Creek), Oct 12, 2012
Concert at First Presbyterian Church (Battle Creek), Nov 18, 2012
Easter Service First Presbyterian (Battle Creek), Mar 31, 2013
Trombone/Euphonium, Numerous Oktoberfest Performances with Ein Prosit (German Band)
Bells Brewery, Sep 22, 2012
La Porte, Ind., Sep 29, 2012
John Ball Park, Grand Rapids, Mich. Oct 6, 2012
Michigan City, Ind, Oct 13, 2012
Schoolcraft, Mich, Oct 27, 2012
Fong, Ryan (English)
Fong, Ryan. “Avoiding those Madding Crowds: Date Night with Thomas Hardy.” Journal of Victorian Culture Online. 16 April 2013. Web.
Fong, Ryan. “Dickens! and the Dickens Universe” (Conference review, co-authored with Victoria Ford Smith.) The Dickensian. 108.3 (Winter 2012): 276-79.
Frost, Dennis (History and East Asian Studies)
Frost, Dennis. “Rethinking the Koza Riot: Urban Violence and Military Base Towns in Japan.” Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan (21-23 Sep 2012).
Frost, Dennis. “The Japanese Studies Curriculum: From Intro to Senior Seminar: Passages to Asia.” Japan Study 50th Anniversary Conference at Earlham College, Earlham, Indiana, (5-7 Oct 2012).
Frost, Dennis. “Sporting Disability: Representing the Disabled Athlete at Tokyo’s 1964 Paralympics.” Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, San Diego, California, (21-24 Mar 2013).
Frost, Dennis. “Politics and Violence in a Changing China.” International Graduate Historical Studies Conference at Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan, (5-6 Apr 2013).
Furge, Laura (Chemistry)
Furge, L. L., Wolfson, A., Boyer, R. (2013) “Commentary: Innovation in the Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology Laboratory.” Biochem. Mol.Biol. Ed. 41, 11.
Presentations (undergraduate collaborators noted in boldface):
Furge, L. L., Livezey, M. R., Briggs, E. D., Bolles, A., and Hicks, M. J. (2013) “Cytochrome P450 Enzyme Research at a Small Liberal Arts College.” 18th International Conference on Cytochrome P450 (Seattle, WA, 18-22 June).
Furge, L. L., Briggs, E. D., Bolles, A., Livezey, M. R. (2013) “CYP2D6 is the Major Metabolizing Enzyme of Metoclopramide.” American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Meeting (Boston, MA, 20-24 April).
Furge, L. L., Bolles, A., Briggs, E. D., Livezey, M. R., Nagy, L. D. (2013) “Metoclopramide is a Substrate but not an Inactivator of CYP2D6.” American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Meeting (Boston, MA, 20-24 April).
Furge, L. L., Hicks, M. J., Livezey, M. R. (2013) “Covalent Modification of CYP2D6 Following Inactivation by SCH66712.” American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Meeting (Boston, MA, 20-24 April).
Furge, L. L., Livezey, M. R., Hicks, M. J. (2013) “Interaction of Mechanism-Based Inactivators with Modified CYP2D6.” American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Meeting (Boston, MA, 20-24 April).
Furge, L. L., Livezey, M. R., Briggs, E. D., Bolles, A., Nagy, L. D. (2013) “Metoclopramide is Metabolized Primarily by Human CYP 2D6 and is a Reversible Inhibitor of CYP2D6.” Western Michigan School of Medicine, Kalamazoo, MI, 31st Annual Kalamazoo Community Medical and Health Sciences Research Day (Kalamazoo, MI, 10 April).
Furge, L. L., Livezey, M. R., Nagy, L. D., Diffenderfer, L. E., Arthur, E. J., Hsi, D. J. (2012) “Molecular Analysis and Modeling of Inactivation of CYP2D6 by Four Mechanism-based Inhibitors.” West Michigan Regional Undergraduate Science Research Day (Grand Rapids, MI, 17 November).
Furge, L. L., Bolles, A., Briggs, E. D., Livezey, M. R., Nagy, L. D. (2012) “Metoclopramide is not a Mechanism-based Inactivator of CYP2D6.” West Michigan Regional Undergraduate Science Research Day (Grand Rapids, MI, 17 November).
Furge, L. L., Briggs, E. D., Bolles, A., Livezey, M. R., Nagy, L. D. (2012) “CYP2D6 is the Major Metabolizing Enzyme of Metoclopramide.” West Michigan Regional Undergraduate Science Research Day (Grand Rapids, MI, 17 November).
Furge, L. L., Hicks, M.J., Livezey, M. R. (2012) “Covalent Modification of CYP2D6 following Inactivation by SCH66712.” West Michigan Regional Undergraduate Science Research Day (Grand Rapids, MI, 17 November).
Gandhi, Shreena (Religion)
Gandhi, Shreena. “Bending with the Market: Theorizing the Global Spaces of Yoga in the United States.” Dis-Orienting America: Asian Religions and U.S. Culture, Bucknell College. (24 Sep 2012).
Gandhi, Shreena. “Yoga’s Magazine: the Yoga Journal and Advertising Culture” Media, Material and Visual Components of Contemporary American Religious Erlebniswelten, Heidelberg, Germany. (17 Aug 2012).
Haeckl, Anne (Classics)
Haeckl, Anne and Christopher A. Gregg, Directors’ Reports on Vergilian Society Tours; Vergilian Society Campania Tour. “The Archaeology of Identity in Coastal Campania: How Ancient Italians and Greeks Became Romans on the Bay of Naples.” July 30-August 11, 2012. Vergilius 58 (2012) 176-181.
Hahn, Christine (Art and Art History)
Hahn, C. Y. Exhibition Review: From the Land of the Morning Calm: Traditions of Korean Art. Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago. (July-September 2012).
Hahn, C. Y. Exhibition Review: West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture 20:1 (Spring-Summer 2013) 136-138.
Haus, Jeffrey (History, Religion and Jewish Studies)
Haus, Jeffrey. Book Review: “An Uncertain Future: Voices of a French Jewish Community, 1940–2012”, HISTORY: Reviews of New Books, 41:3 104-5. (July 2013).
Hostetter, Autumn (Psychology)
Hostetter, A. B., & Potthoff, A. L. (2012). “Effects of personality and social situation on representational gesture production.” Gesture, 12, 62-83.
Hostetter, A. B., Alibali, M. W., & Niedenthal, P. (2012). “Embodied social thought: Linking social concepts, emotion, and gesture.” In S. Fiske and N. Macrae (Eds). Sage Handbook of Social Cognition, (pp. 211-228), Los Angeles, CA: SAGE.
Intermont, Michele (Mathematics/Computer Science)
Book review: Dora Musilak, Sophie’s Diary: A Mathematical Novel, MAA-Online. (July 2012).
Katanski, Amelia (English)
Katanski, Amelia. “‘A Natural Form of Health and Power’: Food Narratives and Tribal Sovereignty in Contemporary Anishinaabe Discourse.” Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference, Saskatoon, SK. (June 2013).
Katanski, Amelia. “The Aesthetics and Politics of Food.” Food Justice Education at Kalamazoo College, Art, Social Justice and Critical Theory Conference, Kalamazoo College. (May 2013).
Katanski, Amelia. “An Ecology of Food Justice: Multiple Perspectives on Campus/Community Partnerships for Social Change.” Plenary Session at Food Justice and Peace Conference, Michigan State University. (April 2013).
Katanski, Amelia. “Stories that Nourish: Anishinaabe Wild Rice Narratives.” Native American Literature Symposium, Mystic Lake, Minnesota. (March 2013).
Koehler, Andrew (Music)
Kalamazoo Symphony concerts (various)
Special “night of musical promise” in Kalamazoo, organized by the Kalamazoo Symphony, with guest pianist Alpin Hong and guest violinist Jun-Ching Lin (assistant concertmaster of the Atlanta Symphony).
Koenig, Richard (Art and Art History)
Contemporary Views Along the First Transcontinental Railroad – Uinta County Museum, Evanston, Wyoming, July through September, 2012.
Contemporary Views Along the First Transcontinental Railroad – Kalamazoo College, Light Fine Arts Gallery, January 27 to February 9, 2013.
Visiting Artist Lectures:
Contemporary Views Along the First Transcontinental Railroad – Truckee Donner Railroad Society, Truckee, California, May 18, 2013.
Imagemaker Presentation—Contemporary Views Along the First Transcontinental Railroad – The Art Academy of Cincinnati, Midwest Society for Photographic Education Regional Conference, October 11-13, 2012.
Bibliography: The Sun—Magazine, April 2013, Issue 448 (one photograph).
Langeland, James (Biology)
Smith, J. J, Langeland, J. A., Li, Weiming. (2013) “The Lamprey Genome: Illuminating Vertebrate Origins”. Nature Genetics. 45, 415–421.
Latiolais, Christopher (Philosophy)
Kierkegaard, Schelling and Hegel: How to Read the Spheres of Existence as Appropriate Knowledge, Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Vol. 40, Issue 1 (March 2013) pp. 67-86.
Lewis, Charlene Boyer (History)
Lewis, Charlene Boyer. Book review: Martha Jefferson Randolph, Daughter of Monticello: Her Life and Times, by Cynthia Kierner in Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, Winter 2013, 89-91.
Lewis, Charlene Boyer. “Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte,” Encyclopaedia Britannica Online, 2013.
Lewis, Charlene Boyer. “Jérôme Bonaparte,” Encyclopaedia Britannica Online, 2013.
McKinney, Hannah (Economics and Business)
McKinney, Hannah. “Leveraging Smart Growth in America’s Cities.” 12th annual New Partners for Smart Growth Conference, Kansas City, MO, February 2013.
Menta, Ed (Theatre)
Producer: Guillermo Gómez-Peña (GGP), internationally known border artist performance (Return of Border Brujo), Festival Playhouse Diversity Guest Artist Series, Fall 2012.
Co-Producer/Artistic Director: Third Annual Theatre Kalamazoo New Play Festival, January, 2013.
Mills, Bruce (English)
Mills, Bruce. “Mesmerism.” Poe in Context. Ed. Kevin Hayes. New York: Cambridge MA, 2012, 322-331.
Mills, Bruce. “Exhibiting Sympathy: Lydia Maria Child and the Problem of Science,” MLA Conference, Boston, January 4-6, 2013.
Moffit, Tim (Economics and Business)
Moffit, T. & Gigowski, M. (2012). Midwest Health Services: Purchasing Patient Snacks. Journal of Business Case Studies, Vol. 8, Number 5, pp. 477-488.
Moffit, T. & Gigowski, M. (2013). “What’s It Worth? Making, Managing and Measuring Value: Mobile Home Parks.” Value-It Press.
Moore, Blaine (Biology)
Langeland, J. A., Gillentine, M. A., Botezatu, N. M., Wilson, K. A., Benson, A. E. and Moore, D. B. (2013) Asynchronous evolutionary origins of Aβ peptide and beta-secretase. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts.
Moore, D. B. (2013) editor, special edition of Brain Sciences on Ethanol Neurotoxicity.
Mozina, Andrew (English)
Mozina, Andrew. “Always the Same Dream” in Diagram (April 2013) (online).
Mozina, Andrew. “The Bad Reader” in The Brooklyner #7 (February 2013) (online).
Mozina, Andrew. “A Talented Individual” in Natural Bridge Issue 28 (Fall 2012) (print).
Rice, Thomas (Art and Art History)
Performances: “V-project: Virtues and Vulnerabilities.” A multi-media performance by Tom Rice, Park Trades Center. (November 2, 2012)
“Oracle.” A multi-media performance by Tom Rice, Park Trades Center. (December 7, 2012) http://www.tomriceartist.com/id35.html
Seuss, Diane (English)
Seuss, Diane: Pushcart Prize XXXVII: Best of the Small Presses, “Either everything is sexual or nothing is. Take this flock of poppies,” Pushcart Press 2013.
Seuss, Diane: Missouri Review, “Free Beer,” “There’s some I just won’t let die,” “Oh no, it’s one of those times,” “I snapped it over my knee like kindling,” Spring 2013. (Finalist, Missouri Review Poetry Prize).
Seuss, Diane: Ecotone, “I’m moved by her, that big-nippled girl,” and “People, the ghosts down in north-of-the-south aren’t see-through,” Winter 2013.
Seuss, Diane: Wag’s Revue, “Hub,” Wag’s Revue Prize for lyric essay, Fall/Winter 2012/2013.
Seuss, Diane: Mid-American Review, Volume XXXIII, Number 1, “I emptied my little wishing well of its emptiness,” Winner of Fineline Competition, 2012.
Seuss, Diane: Devil’s Lake, “Hindenburg,” Fall 2012.
Seuss, Diane: Black Warrior Review, “Oh four-legged girl, it’s either you or the ossuary,” (Winner of Summer Literary Seminars Poetry Prize), Fall 2012.
Seuss, Diane: Black Tongue Review, “Don’t fill the outline of the hound with another hound,” Fall 2012.
Sinha, Babli (English)
Sinha, Babli, ed. Cinema, Transnationalism, and Colonial India: Entertaining the Raj (London: Routledge, 2013).
Sinha, Babli. “Education, symbolic violence, and the social movements of Lala Lajpat Rai and W. E. B. DuBois,” American Comparative Literature Conference, University of Toronto. (April 2013).
Sinha, Babli. “Narrating the contest for land: Native Life in South Africa and De Voortrekkers,” Film/Literature Association Conference, York College. (October 2012)
Solberg, Janet (Romance Languages)
Solberg, Janet: Now You’re Talking!, vol. 2, with Jeannette D. Bragger (2013 Cengage Learning/Heinle)
Solberg, Janet: Now You’re Talking!, vol. 3 with Jeannette D. Bragger (2013 Cengage Learning/Heinle)
Sosulski, Michael (German)
Sosulski, Michael: “From Broadway to Berlin: Transformative Learning through German Hip-Hop.” Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German 46.1 (Spring 2013)
Sosulski, Michael. “Transformative Learning through German Hip-Hop.” American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia. (Nov. 15-18, 2012)
Sugimori, Noriko (Japanese)
Sugimori, Noriko Akimoto “Censoring Imperial Honorifics: A Linguistic Analysis of Occupation Censorship in Newspapers and Literature,” In Rachael Hutchinson (Ed.), Negotiating Censorship in Modern Japan, London: Routledge. 2013.
Sugimori, N. A. “A dramatic approach to language ideologies in a sociolinguistic class for non-majors and a Japanese language class. Teaching Language Ideologies: Ideologies reflecting Meiji-period concerns and ‘Teaching Japan’ today”, 2nd Teaching Japan Conference, Elizabethtown College, Pennsylvania. April 27-8, 2013.
Sugimori, N. A. “Japanese Language Education at Kalamazoo College.” The Japan Midwest Outreach Workshop, Kalamazoo, Michigan. April 23, 2013.
Sugimori, N. A. “In Order to Make the Emperor Appear ‘Democratic’: Possible Hidden Manipulation of the Imperial Household Authorities and the National Language Council during the Allied Occupation.” Midwest Japan Seminar, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. April 20, 2013.
Sugimori, N. A. with Adam Eisentein. “Not Lost in Translation: Preserving Japanese Culture in Anime.” Michigan Japanese Heritage and Culture Conference, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. April 5, 2013.
Sugimori, N. A. “Imperial Honorific Language Policy as Continuation of the Prewar System: Possibility of Manipulation by the Imperial Household Authorities, Japan Newspapers Publishers’ and Editors’ Association, and the National Language Council.” Tagengo shakai kenkyukai nenji sōkai [Multilingual Societies Association Annual Meeting], Joshibi University of Arts and Design, Tokyo. December 1-2, 2012.
Sugimori, N. A. “Modernist Language Ideology and Imperial Honorifics.” “Negotiating and Shifting Language Ideologies of Monolingual Japan,” American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco. November 18, 2012.
Sugimori, N. A. “Japanese Language in Society” and “The Japanese Studies Curriculum: From Intro to Senior Seminar,” Japan Study 50th Anniversary Conference, Earlham College, Indiana. October 6, 2012.
Invited talk: “English Education in Japan From the Viewpoint of Japanese Language Education in the U.S.” Toyama English Teaching Methodology Study Group, Toyama University Center for Practical Teaching. Toyama, Japan. June 23, 2012.
Tan, Siu-Lan (Psychology)
Tan, S. L., Cohen, A. J., Lipscomb, S. D., and Kendall, R. A. (2013). The Psychology of Sound and Music in Multimedia. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. [Co-editor and contributor]
Tan, S. L., Cohen, A. J., Lipscomb, S. D., & Kendall, R. A. (2013). Future research directions for sound and music in multimedia. In Tan, S. L., Cohen, A. J., Lipscomb, S. D., & Kendall, R. A., (eds.), The Psychology of Sound and Music in Multimedia. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Grimshaw, M., Tan, S. L., & Lipscomb, S. D. (2013). Playing with sound: The role of sound and music in video games. In Tan, S. L., Cohen, A. J., Lipscomb, S. D., & Kendall, R. A., (eds.), The Psychology of Sound and Music in Multimedia. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Cohen, A. J., Lipscomb, S. D., & Tan, S. L., & Kendall, R. A. (2013). Psychology of music in multimedia. In Tan, S. L., Cohen, A. J., Lipscomb, S. D., & Kendall, R. A., (eds.), The Psychology of Sound and Music in Multimedia. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Tan, S. L. (July 1, 2013). Visual representations of music in three cultures. Empirical Musicology Review, Vol. 8, no. 1. (Special issue on Musical Shape).
Tobochnik, Jan (Physics)
Visiting Scholar: Department of Physics, Boston University, 2012.
Co-editor: Computational Physics section of the American Journal of Physics.