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Faculty/Staff Publications

February 05, 2021

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  • Check out recent publications -- books, articles, chapters and more -- from Winthrop faculty and staff. 

ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA -- Let's celebrate and support the hard work and scholarship of Winthrop faculty and staff.

 

UPCOMING 

Adolphus Belk Jr., professor of political science
Book: “For the Culture: Hip-Hop and the Fight for Social Justice”*
Chapter: "Going Upstate: Challenging Mass Imprisonment in New York State"
Under contract with University of Michigan Press
*The co-editor is Dr. Lakeyta Bonnette-Bailey ‘04.

Elizabeth Dulemba, associate professor of illustration
Article: "Pattern Recognition Drawing"
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators

Hye-Sung Kim, assistant professor of political science
Article: "Oil Extraction and Public Attitudes: A Conjoint Experiment in Turkana, Kenya"
The Extractive Industries and Society


Julian P.S. Smith III, professor of biology and director of the Winthrop Microscopy Facility
Article: "Bradynectes Ensifer"
Zootaxa

Anthony Strange, associate professor and program director for the Master of Education in Counseling and Development 
Chapter: "Communication Preferences of Collegiate Students"
Online Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Chapter: "Collaborative Learning: Collegiate Pedagogy Utilizing Web Conferencing"
Balancing the Tension Between Digital Technologies and Learning Sciences
Springer

SPRING 2021 

Eric Birgbauer, associate professor of biology
Article: "Lysphosphatidic Acid Signalling in Nervous System Development and Function"
NeuroMolecular Medicine, Vol. 23, 68-85

Diana Boyer, professor of geology
Article: "Living on the Edge: the Impact of Protracted Oxygen Stress on Life in the Late Devonian"
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 566, 110226

Chen Chen, assistant professor of English
Chapter: "Trial and Error: Designing an Introductory Course to Technical Communication"
Effective Teaching of Technical Communication: Theory, Practice and Application in the Workplace, WAC Clearinghouse

Matthew Fike, professor of English 
Article: "The Work of Redemption: King Lear and The Red Book'
Co-editor, Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies, Vol. 16, No. 1

Hye-Sung Kim, assistant professor of political science
Article: “Promoting Ethnic Quality in Campaign Messages: Survey Experimental Evidence From Nairobi, Kenya”
Electoral Studies, Volume 70, 102278

Mary Martin, instructor of English
Book of poetry: "Turning Air Into Gold"
Main Street Rag Publishing Company 


FALL 2020 

John Bird, professor emeritus of English
Book: "Seeing Mad: Essays on Mad Magazine's Humor and Legacy"
University of Missouri Press

Chen Chen, assistant professor of English
Article: "Citizen Technical Communicators: A Transnational Social Justice Analysis of Grassroots Genres During the Novel Coronavirus Outbreak"*
Association for Computing Machinery
*With Nicholas Bergholm '20.

Kaetrena Kendrick Davis, dean of Dacus Library
Article: "The Public Librarian Low-Morale Experience: A Qualitative Study"*
Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research
*Winner of the Parternship Award, signifying the best published article of the year.

Elizabeth Dulemba, associate professor of illustration
Book: "On Eagle Cove"
Cornell Lab Publishing Group

Angelo Geter ’08, director of campus programming
Poem: “Cry Yourself a Freedom Song,” Thoughts on the Power of Goodness 
Chapel Hill Press

Julianna Hane, instructor of dance
Article: "The Gift of Embracing Risk: Responsibility as Practice in Aerial Dance"
Journal of Dance Education

Lisa Harris, associate professor, M.A.T. program director and college director of graduate studies
Chapter: "Fostering Beginning Teacher Growth Through Action Research"
School-University Partnerships, The Journal of the National Association for Professional Development Schools

Lisa Harris, associate professor, M.A.T. program director and college director of graduate studies; and Lindsay Yearta, chair, Education Core department and associate professor
Chapter: "Using Digital Tools to Foster Student Engagement Within the Universal Design for Learning Framework"
Using Digital Tools to Foster Student Engagement Within the Universal Design for Learning Framework

Lisa Harris, associate professor, M.A.T. program director and college director of graduate studies; and Marshall Jones, professor of education
Chapter: "Measuring Student Learning"
Chapter: "Audio and Video Production for Instructional Design Professionals"
Design for Learning: Principles, Processes, and Praxis, EdTech Books 

Dustin M. Hoffman, associate professor of English
Short Story: “A Sky So Sharp” 
The Fiddlehead, No. 285

Kristin Kiblinger, professor of religious studies
Article: "Calling for a Buddhist Theology of Dementia"
Buddhist-Christian Studies, Vol. 40

Hye-Sung Kim, assistant professor of political science
Article: "The Effects of Environmental Costs on Public Support of Foreign Direct Investment: Differences Between the United States and India"
International Trade, Investment, and the Sustainable Development Goals: World Trade Forum
Cambridge University Press 

Eddie Lee, professor of history and director of history graduate studies
Book: "The First Mistake: America in Vietnam, 1945-1954"
Palmetto Publishing

Lauren McCoy, assistant professor of sport management and program director of sport and fitness administration
Chapter: "Employment Discrimination, Part II: Harassment and Employee Expression"
Sport Law: A Managerial Approach, Routledge

Kristi Schoepfer, department chair, Department of Physical Education, Sport and Human Performance
Chapter: "Liability Issues and Sports Participants"
Chapter: "Liability Issues and Venue/Event Operations"
Sport Law: A Managerial Approach, Routledge 


Brent Woodfill, assistant professor of anthropology
Chapter: "Large-Scale Production of Basic Commodities at Salnas de los Nueve Cerros, Guatemala: Implications for Ancient Maya Political Economy"
The Real Business of Ancient Maya Economics: From Farmers' Fields to Rulers' Realms, University Press of Florida, Gainesville 

 

SUMMER 2020

Julian P.S. Smith III, professor of biology and director of the Winthrop Microscopy Facility
Article: "The Curious and Neglected Soft-Bodied Meiofauna: Rouphozoa (Gastrotricha and Platyhelminthes)"
Hydrobiologia, Vol. 847, Issue 12

Brent Woodfill, assistant professor of anthropology
Article: "Addressing Problems Beyond Heritage, Patrimony, and Representation: Reflections on Twenty Years of Community Archaeology in the Southwestern Maya Lowlands"
Heritage, Vol 3., Issue 3

 

SPRING 2020 

Abbigail Armstrong, associate professor of education
Book: "Rigor in the K-5 Math and Science Classroom: A Teacher Toolkit" 
Routledge

Adolphus Belk Jr.
, professor of political science
Article: "Having Their Say, Leaving Their Mark: The Lasting Contributions of NCOBPS and Black Political Scientists to the Political Science Discipline"
Article: "Chronicling Our Legacy of Leadership: The Task Force Historical Record on the Founders of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists"
The National Review of Black Politics, Vol. 1, Issue 1

John Bird, professor emeritus of English 
Book: "Mark Twain in Context"
Cambridge University Press
Chapter: "Realism and the Uses of Humor"
The Oxford Handbook of American Literary Realism, Oxford University Press

Casey Cothran, chair of the Department of English and associate professor; and Robert Prickett, associate dean for the College of Arts and Sciences
Chapter: "Graphic Crime Novels"
The Routledge Companion to Crime Fiction
Routledge 

Matthew Fike, professor of English
Book: "Four Novels in Jung's 1925 Seminar: Literary Discussion and Analytical Psychology"
Routledge

Hye-Sung Kim, assistant professor of political science
Article: "Co-Ethnic and Neighborhood Ties and Financial Social Capital Formation Among the Urban Poor in Kenya"
Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 101, Issue 2, 744-758
Article: "Failed Policy? The Effects of Kenya's Education Reform: Use of Natural Experiment and Regression Discontinuity Design"
Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 101, Issue 1, 406-419

Julian P.S. Smith III, professor of biology and director of the Winthrop Microscopy Facility
Chapter: "Nourished, Exposed Beaches Exhibit Altered Sediment Structure and Meiofaunal Communities"*
Diversity 2020, Vol. 12, Issue 245
*With Douglas Johnson '18, '19, Jeremiah Jones-Boggs '20 and Joseph Bursey '11.

Brent Woodfill, assistant professor of anthropology
Book, "War in the Land of True Peace: The Fight for Maya Sacred Places"
University of Oklahoma Press
Chapter: "The Natural and Constructed Landscape of Salinas de los Nueve Cerros, Guatemala"
Approaches to Monumental Landscapes of the Ancient Maya
University Press of Florida, Gainesville
Article, "Ontology and Analogy: Thoughts on Comparative Approaches to Archaeological Interpretation"
The SAA Archaeological Record, Vol. 20, No. 1

 

FALL 2019

Abbigail Armstrong, associate professor of education
Book: "Rigor in the 6-12 Math and Science Classroom: A Teacher Toolkit" 
Routledge 
Article: "The Effect of Faculty Professional Beliefs About the edPTA on Program Change and Student Performance"
The Association of Independence Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education, Vol. 16 

Siobhan Brownson, professor of English and director of the Master of Liberal Arts program
Article: "An Indiscretion in the Life of an Heiress: Thomas Hardy's Genre Revision"
CEA Critic, Vol. 21, No. 3

Tomoko Deguchi, professor and coordinator of music theory
Article: “Tōru Takemitsu᾽s ‘Spherical Mirror:’ The Influences of Shūzō Takiguchi and Fumio Hayasaka on his Early Music in Postwar Japan” 
Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts, Vol. 6, Issue 4

Elizabeth Dulemba, associate professor of illustration
Book: "Crow Not Crow"
Cornell Lab Publishing Group
Book: "A Bird on Water Street"
Sourcebooks

Wanda Ebright, associate dean and director of graduate studies, College of Visual & Performing Arts
Book: "Dance on the Historically Black College Campus: The Familiar & the Foreign"
Palgrave MacMillan

Hye-Sung Kim, assistant professor of political science
Article: "Secure Land Tenure for Urban Slum-Dwellers: A Conjoint Experiment in Kenya"
Habitat International, Vol. 93, 102048

Julian P.S. Smith III, professor of biology and director of the Winthrop Microscopy Facility
Chapter: "Platyhelminthes"
Guide to the Identification of Marine Meiofauna, Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil 

Brent Woodfill, assistant professor of anthropology
Article: "Chemical Signatures of Salt Sources in the Maya World: Implications for Isotopic Signals in Ancient Consumers"
Journal of Archaeological Science Reports, Vol. 27

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