Associate Professor of Law Instruction Stephen Wilks published the article, “The Reimagined Schoolyard: Cryptocurrency’s Adoption in Tomorrow’s International Monetary Order,” in the Boston College Intellectual Property and Technology Forum.

Associate Professor of English Mary-Catherine Harrison published the entry, “Mary Barton (Gaskell),” in The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Victorian Women’s Writing (Lesa Scholl, Editor. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020).

Associate Professor of English Mary-Catherine Harrison published, “An Ethics of Place: On North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell,” in My Victorian Novel, published by University of Missouri Press. The book is available as an eBook at the McNichols Campus Library or through Project Muse online.

As we seek connection even in our isolation, Professor of English and Co-Director of the University Honors Program Nick Rombes meditates on the “lockdown” of COVID-19 in an article published in 3:AM Magazine. He says, “There’s an invitation in the way those hands touch that reaches, miraculously, across time to …

Associate Professor of History Diane Robinson-Dunn’s article, “Penser les liens entre les orientalismes francais et britannique: L’etude de l’esclavage et de son abolition en afrique du nord et au moyen-orient,” have been published by L’esclavage Oriental et Africain au regard des littératures, des arts et de l’histoire (XVIII-XX siècles) edited …

Senior Lecturer in English Amanda Hiber published an article about soap operas and sexual consent, titled, “On Soap Operas, Rape Is Still Treated as a Crime of Lust and Passion.”

Professor of English John Freeman’s article, “Code Poetry in Motion: E. E. Cummings and his Digital Grasshopper” is now available from the journal, Postmodern Culture. An earlier version of this paper was presented at the College of Liberal Arts & Education Scholarly Colloquium.

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine’s op-ed, “Does Truth Matter Less Than in 1974?” was published by History News Network, Dec. 22.

Professor of English Heather Hill-Vasquez presented, “A Lesson of Response to U.S. Family Separation Policy: ‘Re-membering’ a Late Medieval Play of the Slaughter of the Innocents,” at the Modern Language Association’s International Symposium: in Lisbon, Portugal. Hill-Vasquez also presented her essay, “A Compliant Bride Must Always Also Be an Unruly …

Professor of Philosophy David Koukal published his paper, “Precarious Embodiment: Unwanted Pregnancy and Body (Subject) Interruptus,” in Feminist Philosophy Quarterly, Sept. 14.

Professor of English Nicholas Rombes’ short story, “Le Palace,” appeared in the anthology, We’ll Never Have Paris, published by Repeater Books (London). His poem, “Our Star,” appears in the online arts journal Berfrois.

Star students recognized at ACS meeting

Undergraduate students Alexandria Rogers, Tiffany Tieu Ngo and William Arce presented oral seminars at the recent American Chemical Society symposium in Orlando. Both presentations, “Metals Chemistry for the Classroom, K-16: A Tutorial on Low-Melting Alloys” and “Examination of a Aeries of Japanese 100-mon Coins by Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry,” …

Associate Vice President of Marketing & Communications Gary Erwin had two short stories accepted for publication in 3288 Review and Adelaide Literary Journal.

Assistant Professor of Counseling Elvita Kondili co-wrote the article “Investigating the Effectiveness of a Motivational Interviewing Group on Academic Motivation,” published in the Journal of School Counseling.

Professor of Computer & Information Systems Daniel Shoemaker was published, with a co-author, in the second edition of CSSLP Certification Exam Guide.

Professor of History Greg Sumner’s article, “The ‘Blissfield 16,’” will be featured in the March/April issue of Chronicle, published by the Historical Society of Michigan.

Professors of Chemistry & Biochemistry Elizabeth Roberts-Kirchhoff and Mark Benvenuto co-edited a volume of the American Chemical Society publication, “Environmental Chemistry: Undergraduate and Graduate Classroom, Laboratory, and Local Community Learning Experiences.” Roberts-Kirchhoff and Benvenuto worked with undergraduate researchers and ReBUILD scholars on two of the chapters: Chapter 6: “Synthesis of …

The forthcoming book, Teaching and Designing in Detroit: 10 Women on Pedagogy and Practice, co-edited by Distinguished Professor of Architecture Stephen Vogel and Professor Emerita of Psychology Libby Balter Blume has been accepted for publication in the prestigious Routledge Research in Architecture Series.

Detroit Mercy Philosophy professors Elizabeth Oljar and David Koukal will make you think with their recent article, “How to Make Students Better Thinkers,” featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Feb. 3.

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine published the op-ed, “What Popular Histories Often Get Wrong about the Underground Railroad,” in the History News Network, Feb. 3.

Professor of Counseling Nancy Calleja‘s article, “Translating Research into Practice: Designing Effective Reentry Strategies for Adolescent Offenders,” was published in the journal Aggression and Violent Behavior in December. The manuscript is based on a region-wide juvenile reentry project in Wayne County – a project that has gained national recognition by the National Institute …

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine published the op-ed, “The GOP needs to stop calling itself the party of Lincoln,” in the History News Network, Nov. 4. It was re-published by Portside.org on Nov. 6.

Professor of History Roy E. Finkenbine chaired and served as the opening plenary speaker at the Michigan Underground Railroad Heritage Gathering, Oct. 27. This event brought together representatives from across southern Michigan with the goal of helping communities better promote their sites and stories related to the Underground Railroad. It …

Assistant Professor of Biology Nizar Ibrahim was acknowledged in the published paper, “A new species of Coloborhynchus (Pterosauria, Ornithocheiridae) from the mid-Cretaceous of North Africa.” Ibrahim assisted Megan Jacobs, a graduate student from the University of Portsmouth in England, who led this work. Click here to learn more about this …

Institute for Leadership & Service Director of Service Learning Timothy Hipskind, S.J., co-authored the book, What’s Your Decision?: How to Make Choices with Confidence and Clarity. It will be featured at the Mass for Commerce on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at Sacred Heart Major Seminary. The book emerged out of a …

Associate Vice President of Marketing & Communications Gary Erwin’s collection of thematically-linked short stories, Trail Crossing Sixteen Counties, is set to publish fall 2019 from Adelaide Books. Stories from this collection have appeared in a number of literary journals and reviews, including Red Cedar Review, The Sun, Pebble Lake Review and Sante Fe Literary …

Assistant Professor of Performing Arts Andrew Papa was published in the Voice and Speech Review, a peer-reviewed scholarly journal on voice and speech topics and training, particularly for the performing arts. Papa also presented an interactive discussion over the summer at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) Conference …