Submissions from 2014

Sexual Pleasure, Margaret D. Kamitsuka

Witnessing Genocide and the Challenges of Ethical Spectatorship, Wendy Kozol

Witnessing Precarity: Photojournalism, Women’s/Human/Rights, and the War in Afghanistan, Wendy Kozol

Beauvoir’s The Coming of Age and Sartre’s Critique of Dialectical Reason: The Material Mediations of Age as Lived Experience, Sonia Kruks

Women’s ‘Lived Experience’: Feminism and Phenomenology from Simone de Beauvoir to the Present, Sonia Kruks

Applications of Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR), Amy V. Margaris


The ecology, assembly, and evolution of gypsophile floras, Michael J. Moore, Juan F. Mota, Norman A. Douglas, Hilda Flores-Olvera, and Helga Ochoterena

Andrea del Verrocchio, Measured Drawing of a Horse Facing Left, 1481-88, Christina Neilson

Andrea del Verrocchio, Study for a Funerary Monument to Doge Andrea Vendramin, 1487-88, Christina Neilson

Carving Life: The Meaning of Wood in Renaissance Sculpture, Christina Neilson

Foucault’s History of Sexuality and the Discipline of Classics, Kirk Ormand

Empires at the Paris Peace Conference, Leonard Podis

Mutiny, Leonard Podis

Ramkatha Alive in Performance, Paula Richman

The Local Press in Japan and Discourses of National Sacrifice, Ann Sherif

From Terezin to Berlin: The Survivors' Return, Heidi Thomann Tewarson

Affixal light verbs and complex predicates in Hiaki (Yaqui), Blaco Tubino, Heidi Harley, and Jason D. Haugen


Essential Assessments for Dancers, Deborah Vogel

Nationalism and Citizenship in Comparative Perspective, Veljko Vujacic

Excavating the Karanis Archives and Finding Magic in the Kelsey Museum, Andrew T. Wilburn

The Karanis Housing Project: A New Approach to an Old Excavation, Andrew T. Wilburn, Jennifer Gates-Foster, and R. James Cook


Edmund Burke: The Nature of Politics, Harlan Wilson

Titus; A Special Day; Roman Holidays; The Conformist; Screening Ancient Rome; Umberto D; Rome, Open City, Alberto Zambenedetti

Submissions from 2013

La Chinoise… et après?: Aging Against Tradition, E. Grace An

Class Formation and the Labour Movement in Revolutionary China, Marc J. Blecher

Mao Zedong: State and Social Movement Leader, Marc J. Blecher

The Structure and Contradictions of Productive Relations in Socialist Agrarian 'Reform': A Framework for Analysis and The Chinese Case, Marc J. Blecher

Feeling In and Out: Contact Improvisation and the Politics of Empathy, Ann Cooper Albright

Joyce – Event – Derrida – Event – Joyce, Jed Deppman

‘Say some philosopher:’ Emily Dickinson as Thinker, Jed Deppman

Being Indian in Britain during 1857, Michael H. Fisher

‘Counterflows’ to Colonialism: Indians in Britain in the 18th and 19th Centuries, Michael H. Fisher


Early Asian Travelers to the West: Indians in Britain, c.1600-c.1850, Michael H. Fisher

Sauntering Along the Border: Thoreau, Nabhan, and Food Politics, Janet Fiskio

Corporate Abstraction, John Harwood

How Useful? The Stakes of Architectural History, Theory and Criticism at MIT, 1945-1976, John Harwood

The Rational, International Occult: Konrad Wachsmann and the Experimental Digitization of Architecture, John Harwood

Uto-Aztecan languages, Jason D. Haugen

Head-marking inflection and the architecture of grammatical theory: Evidence from reduplication and compounding in Hiaki (Yaqui), Jason D. Haugen and Heidi Harley

Terror, Laurie Hovel McMillin

Terror, Laurie Hovel McMillin

Fordism, Chris Howell

Hans W. Frei, David G. Kamitsuka


Mikt’sqaq Angayuk Finds: (Overview), Amy V. Margaris

The Black Apostle to White Evangelicals, Albert G. Miller

The Black Apostle to White Evangelicals, Albert G. Miller

Medea's Erotic Text in Jason and the Argonauts (1963), Kirk Ormand

Uncertain Geographies of Desire in the Catalogue of Women: Atalanta, Kirk Ormand

Ecological Design, David Orr

Foreward to Small Stories, Big Changes: Agents of Change on the Frontlines of Sustainability, David Orr

Foreward to Teaching Sustainability: Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences, David Orr

Governance in the Long Emergency, David Orr

Peer Instruction in Computer Science at Small Liberal Arts Colleges, Leo Porter, Saturnino Garcia, John Glick, Andrew Matusiewicz, and Cynthia Taylor

Communicating Out in the Open: The WordPress Class Blogs Plug-In Suite and Language Learning, Barbara Sawhill

Making the Grade (Or Not): Thoughts on Self-Design, Self-Assessment, and Self-Grading, Barbara Sawhill

Diplomacy and the International Criminal Court, Benjamin Schiff

The ICC and R2P: Problems of Individual Culpability and State Responsibility, Benjamin Schiff

Power and Responsibility, Jade Schiff

La riscrittura della storia. Fokine, Diaghilev e il nuovo balleto russo, Tim Scholl


Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata), Kimberly G. Smith, Keith A. Tarvin, and Glen E. Woolfenden

The Banking Panic of 1907, Ellis Tallman

Imagination in Ethics, Katherine Thomson-Jones

Sensing Motion in Movies, Katherine Thomson-Jones


A perspective on the emergence of modern structural geology: Celebrating the feedbacks between historical-based and process-based approaches, Basil Tikoff, Thomas Blenkinsop, Seth C. Kruckenberg, Sven Morgan, Julie Newman, and Steven F. Wojtal

Woman Warrior? Aeneas’ Encounters with the Feminine, Thomas Van Nortwick

A Wall Painting at Karanis used for Architectural Protection: The Curious Case of Harpocrates and Toutou in Granary C65, Andrew T. Wilburn

Presburger arithmetic, rational generating functions, and quasi-polynomials, Kevin Woods


City Limits and State Formation: Territorial Jurisdiction in Late Medieval and Early Modern Lille, Ellen Wurtzel

Varieties of post-war Realism Prose and Poetry', 'Writing and Place', 'On the Cusp of a New Century', Sandra A. Zagarell

Submissions from 2012

Marine Sclerobiofacies: Encrusting and Endolithic Communities on Shells Through Time and Space, Carlton E. Brett, Trisha Smrecak, Karla Parsons-Hubbard, and Sally E. Walker

Diplomacy in India, 1526-1858, Michael H. Fisher

Indian Subaltern Autobiographies: Two Asian Officers in the Eighteenth-Century Bengal Army, Michael H. Fisher

Teaching Persian as an Imperial Language in India and in England During the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries, Michael H. Fisher

The Mughal Empire, Michael H. Fisher

Trespassing on the 'Trench-Fighter's Story': (Re)-Imagining the Female Combatant of the First World War, Libby Murphy

The Value of Student Writing as Reading, Leonard Podis and JoAnne M. Podis

Confronting the Legacies of Violence: Lessons from Kent State and Greensboro, North Carolina, Renee C. Romano

Not Dead Yet: My Identity Crisis as a Historian of the Recent Past, Renee C. Romano

Introduction: Just Over Our Shoulder: The Perils and Pleasures of Writing the Recent Past, Renee C. Romano and Claire Bond Potter


The Role of US Households in Global Carbon Emissions, Md Rumi Shammin

Thermonuclear Weapons and Tuna: Testing, Protest, and Knowledge in Japan, Ann Sherif

Crossing the Street Pedagogy: Using College Art Museums to Leverage Significant Learning Across the Campus, Steven S. Volk and Liliana Milkova

Submissions from 2011

Workers' Politics in China, Marc J. Blecher

Artist Vignette: Robert Bosch, Robert Bosch, Marc Frantz, and Annalisa Crannell

Intersections, Jan. 21-Feb. 21, 2011, Rian Brown-Orso

Creole Talk: The Poetics and Politics of Argentine Verbal Art, Ana Cara

Exchange and a Renewed Perspective on Stone, Bonnie Cheng

Non/Functional Realism: Imagined Space for the Dead in Northern Dynasties China, Bonnie Cheng

Steve Paxton: Physical Mindfulness, Ann Cooper Albright

La literatura como acto afiliativo. La nueva novela de la Guerra Civil (2000-2007). Contornos de la narrativa española actual (2000-2010). Un diálogo entre creadores y críticos, Sebastiaan Faber

Le crime atroce’ d’être antifasciste. L’aide des États-Unis d’Amérique aux républicains espagnols. L’Hôpital Varsovie: Exil, médecine et résistance (1944-1950), Sebastiaan Faber

Tropes of Displacement, Displacement as Trope: Spaniards in Mexico and Latinos in the USA, Sebastiaan Faber

¿Ante quién responde el historiador en una democracia?, Sebastiaan Faber, Francois Godicheau, Jesus Izquierdo Martin, and Pablo Sanchez Leon

On Proterozoic ecosystems and the carbon isotopic composition of carbonates associated with Banded Iron Formations, A. E. Fallick, V. A. Melezhik, and Bruce M. Simonson

Making London's 'Oriental Quarter', Michael H. Fisher

Agriculture, Janet Fiskio

Polychrome in the Sixties: David Smith and Anthony Caro at Bennington, Sarah Hamill

‘What Sculpture Can Never Be’: David Smith’s Photography, Sarah Hamill

Reading Hardy’s Effacements, DeSales Harrison

Eastern Caribbean Coral Reefs, Dennis K. Hubbard