Diversity Scholarship and Creative Activity
The College of Arts and Sciences is proud to support and promote the scholarly and creative activity of our faculty regarding diversity and inclusion.
The following works were published, presented, performed or exhibited in 2018. The college is sharing this list in keeping with the University Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan.
This list was generated from faculty identification of their scholarship as pertaining to diversity in Faculty180.
Karagheusian-Murphy, Marsha. “"Visual Voices: Truth Narratives"” 2018 NCECA Annual International Exhibition at the 52nd Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, March 14–August 18, 2018. http://www.contemporarycraft.org
Karagheusian-Murphy, Marsha. “A Japanese Encounter” 52nd Annual NCECA Conference Session: "NCECA ClayStories 4" March 15, 2018.
Classics & Modern Languages
Arns, Jay S. “Post-Structuralism and Diversity in the Composition Classroom.” Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting. September 2018.
Ceo-DiFrancesco, Diane, Laney A. Bender-Slack, and Heather Ward. “Across Borders: Creating International Partnerships Through Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL).” Partnerships in Higher Education Internationalization in the Americas. September 2018.
Ceo-DiFrancesco, Diane, Mary Kochlefl, and Janice Walker. “Embracing Diversity and Inclusion: Campus-Wide Faculty Support and Training.” Leadership in Higher Education Conference. September 2018.
Ceo-DiFrancesco, Diane, Mary Kochlefl, and Janice Walker. “Fostering Inclusive Teaching: Developing Faculty Competencies.” AJCU Diversity and Inclusion Conference. June 2018.
Knutson, David J. “"The Drive to Kill," "Women Characters in Crime Fiction," "The Rural Crime Novel and the Western," and "Current Tendencies in Crime Fiction."” Córdoba Mata. 2018.
Knutson, David J. “The Country in Transition: Traditional and Contemporary Ruralities in Spanish Crime Fiction.” Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish & Portuguese. June 27, 2018.
Knutson, David J. “De Viajeros Románticos a Escritores Duros: Autores Anglófonos de Novela Negra En España.” Universidad de La Laguna - Facultad de Filología. February 27, 2018.
Knutson, David J. “¿El Campo Transformado O Transformando? Transiciones En La Novela Negra Rural Española”.” Congreso de Literatura Y Cine Negro. April 27, 2018.
Knutson, David J. “El Entorno Rural - Conversation with Novelist Luis Roso.” Tenerife Noir - Festival Transatlántico de Literatura Negra. March 3, 2018.
Knutson, David J. “La Novela Negra Rural: Tradición, Innovación Y Desarrollo Social.” Seminario de Investigación Tenerife Noir. March 2, 2018.
Knutson, David J. “Mujeres Y Crimen En La Obra de Susana Martín Gijón.” Universidad de Jaume I - Instituto Universitario de Estudios Feministas Y de Género "Purificación Escribano" March 21, 2018.
Knutson, David J. “Peripheral Literatures: Crime, Gender, & Rurality.” Universidad de Jaume I - Seminario Permanente Del Instituto Interuniversitario de Desarrollo Social Y Paz. March 21, 2018.
Knutson, David J. “Realismo Y Naturalismo: Modos Y Modelos Para La Novela Negra Actual.” Universidad de La Laguna - Facultad de Filología. February 23, 2018.
Knutson, David J. “Viajeros Románticos E Hispanistas: Contactos E Impresiones Entre España Y Estados Unidos.” Universidad de Málaga - Facultad de Filología. March 7, 2018.
Knutson, David J. “Nuevos Casos de Novela Negra Rural: Reflexiones Sobre Espacios Rurales En La Novela Negra Española.” Clásicos Y Contemporáneos En El Género Negro, 2018, 85–88.
Mantero, Jose Maria. “‘Espantapájaros by Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz: A Tale of Genetic Mutations, Vampires, and Revenge along the U.S.-Mexico Border.’” In Monsters of Film, Fiction and Fable. The Cultural Links Between the Human and Inhuman, Edited by Lisa Wenger Bro, Crystal O’Leary-Davidson, and Mary Ann Gareis., 227–47. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2018.
DeVault, Blis H. “Slice Of Pie: A Love Story.” Film Now in Festival and Award Distribution. Arlin G Meyer Prize Lilly Fellowship: Mediablis LLC, October 2018. https://www.sliceofpiemovie.com/
Zolides, Andrew W. “STREAMING SEXUAL POLICY: GENDER, INFLUENCERS, AND GAMING NEOLIBERALISM.” Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference. October 18, 2018.
Zolides, Andrew W. “‘Smarks’: Kynical Engagement and Coalitional Fandom of Professional Wrestling.” Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 15, no. 1 (May 2018): 291–310.
Frey, Renea C. “‘Rhetorics of Inclusion and Justice: Confronting Historic Racism through Eloquentia Perfecta.’” Rhetoric Society of America Biennial Conference. May 2018.
Frey, Renea C., and Jacqueline Johnson. “‘From Social Grace to Social Power: Changing Nineteenth-Century Gender Norms in Leadership and Rhetorical Performance at Western College for Women.’” Ohio History Journal 125, no. 1 (Spring 2018): 32—46. https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/37938
O’Leary, Niamh J. “How Is Shakespeare Known in the Secondary School Classroom?” Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference. October 2018.
O’Leary, Niamh J. “Maternity in Shakespeare’s Empire: Volumnia, Tamora, and the Dangerous Business of Raising Rome.” Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Colloquium. November 2018.
O’Leary, Niamh J. “Bridging the Gap from the Performance-Based Classroom to Teaching Shakespeare at the Performance.” Shakespeare Association of America. March 2018.
O’Leary, Niamh J. “Activism and Intersectionality, Storytelling and Audience.” Society for the Study of Early Modern Women Blog, February 2018. http://ssemw.org/blog/oleary/
Renzi, Kristen L. “‘On Jane Addams’s Feminist Pragmatism: Finding Modern Value in Recovering the Sentimental Myth of the “Devil Baby.”’” In American Literary History and the Turn Toward Modernity, 144–71. University Press of Florida, 2018.
Renzi, Kristen L. “Archival Seduction: The Discursive Challenges of Reading Sex Crimes in the London Foundling Hospital Archives, 1807–1827.”.” Feminist Formations 30, no. 2 (Summer 2018): 118–46.
Steckl, Sheena M. “‘We’ve Only Got Ourselves to Blame: Negating Otherness with Self-Deprecating Humor.’” Annual Conference of the American Comparative Literature Association. March 2018.
Williams, Tyrone. As iZ. U.S.A.: Omnidawn Publishing, Inc., 2018.
Williams, Tyrone. “‘Player,’ Excerpt from Washpark, Partial Zine, 45; "e.g.,” 106; ‘Repeat As Necessity,’ MAKE, 17, 108; ‘e ë,’ MAKE, 17, 107; ‘^,’ MAKE, 17, 109; MAKE, 17, Autumn 2018.
Williams, Tyrone. “‘washland,’ Counter-Desecration: A Glossary for Writing Within the Anthropocene.” Wesleyan Press, 2018.
Williams, Tyrone. “‘Player,’ Excerpt from Washpark,.” Partial Zine, 45, Summer 2018.
Williams, Tyrone. “‘washland,’ from Counter-Desecration: A Glossary for Writing Within the Anthropocene.” Boston Review: What Nature 100-101, Spring 2018.
Williams, Tyrone. “Seismosis/Semiosis: Shaking Up Black Meaning” Association of the Study of the Present Convention. Autumn 2018.
Williams, Tyrone. “Hammer and Spittoon: Gnostic Purification Rites in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children And Nathaniel Mackey’s Bass Cathedral,” Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900, n.d.
Williams, Tyrone. “Toward a Total Art: Amiri Baraka’s Sketches, Drawings, and Paintings” American Literature Association Conference. n.d.
Williams, Tyrone. “Videotaped Reading from Washpark with Pat Clifford, 2018.” Biennial Meeting of the Society for Cultural Anthropology and the Society for Visual Anthropology: A Virtual Conference, Recording. n.d.
Williams, Tyrone. “White Money: The Black Internationalism of Andrea Lee,” American Literature Association Conference. n.d.
Williams, Tyrone. “Detroit (En)closures: After Fordism and Gordyism.” COAST/NoCOAST 1 (Spring 2018): 111–19.
Williams, Tyrone. “CA Conrad, While Standing in Line for Death,.” Plume Poetry, 2018. http://plumepoetry.com
Winkelmann, Carol L. “The Body as Third Term: Buddhist Women of Color Address Racism in America.” Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender. October 2018.
Winkelmann, Carol L. “Buddhism Beyond Gender: Liberation From Attachment to Identity.” American Buddhist Women MagaZine, 2018.
Winkelmann, Carol L., and Cheris Kramarae PhD. “Transgressing Whiteness: Contemplative Practices in Language, Communication, and Gender Studies.” In Transgressing Feminist Theory and Discourse: Advancing Conversations across Disciplines, 44–55. Routledge, 2018.
Anderson, M. Christine. “Women at King.” MOTR Pub Brunch. September 2018.
Anderson, M. Christine. “Kings (and Queens) of Cincinnati Music.” Taft Museum of Art, Lunch and Learn. July 2018.
Anderson, M. Christine. “‘Eleanor Flexner: Civil Rights and Feminist Activism and Writing,.’” In Hilda L. Smith and Melinda S. Zook, Eds., Generations of Women Historians: Within and Outside the Academy, 195–216. London: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2018.
Browne, Randy M. “‘Drivers, Enslaved Women, and Gendered Power on Caribbean Plantations.’” Association of Caribbean Historians Annual Conference, University of the West Indies, Barbados. June 2018.
Fairfield, John D. “Review of Rowan, The Sociable City: An American Intellectual Tradition.” Journal of Urban Affairs: Wiley, 2018.
O’Hara, Julia C. “‘Memories of Violence: Apache Wars Memoirs and the Making of the Border.’” UTEP Borderlands History Conference. February 2018.
Tiro, Karim M., and Roy Wright. “Language, and Numbers in the Founding of the Tyendinaga Mohawk Reserve.” Bi-Annual Conference of the Nordic Association of Canadian Studies. August 2018.
Tiro, Karim M. “""La Bouche Belgique" at Detroit: Fr. Pierre Potier and the Huron, 1743-1781"” American Indian Workshop. April 2018.
Boyd, Megan M. “Collaboration with Queen City Opera.” Artist Showcase. Cincinnati, OH: Queen City Opera and Xavier University, 2018.
Chamberlain, Benjamin A. One for All. Concert. Gallagher Theater: Xavier University Department of Music, 2018.
Chamberlain, Benjamin A. RITMO! Concert. Gallagher Theater: Xavier University Music Department, 2018.
Chamberlain, Benjamin A. The Best of All Possible Worlds. Concert. Gallagher Theater: Xavier University Department of Music, 2018.
Chamberlain, Benjamin A. “Social Justice: Gender Equity in Concert Programming.” Celebration of Excellence. March 27, 2018.
Skeirik, Kaleel C. “Chapter 9: Art Music and the Economy: The Modernity Index and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, 1895 to 2013.” In The Economics of Music, Chapter 9. Edward Elgar Publishing, Incorporated, 2018.
Brownlee, Timothy L. “Panel Discussant.” Identity and Nationalism: From Kant to Contemporary America. October 23, 2018.
Frankel, Steven H. “Reflections on the Massacre in Pittsburgh.” Homily. November 2018.
Frankel, Steven H. “‘Liberal Education and Its Discontents’ American University.” ACTA Conference. June 2018.
White, Timothy J. “Consociationalism, Conditionality, and Commitment: Making Peace in Northern Ireland.” In Consociationalism and Power-Sharing in Europe: Arend Lijphart’s Theory of Political Accommodation, 85–102. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
White, Timothy J. “Religious Communities and Leaders Imagining Peace: Catholics in the Northern Ireland Peace Process.” The Imagining Peace in Conflict Conference. February 2018.
School of Arts and Innovation
Skiles, Stephen F. “Antigone (born Against.) - Producer.” Xavier Theatre. Xavier University: Xavier Theatre, December 2018.
Skiles, Stephen F. “Producing Artistic Director.” Xavier Theatre. Xavier University, December 19, 2018.
Skiles, Stephen F. “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson - Director and Producer.” Xavier Theatre. Xavier University: Xavier Theatre, February 2018.
Skiles, Stephen F. “Cabaret - Director and Producer.” Xavier Theatre. Xavier University: Xavier Theatre, April 2018.
Skiles, Stephen F. “Slut Shaming - Producer.” Xavier Theare. Xavier Univeristy: Xavier Theatre, March 2018.
Skiles, Stephen F. “The Vagina Monologues - Producer.” Xavier Theatre. Xavier Unvieristy: Xavier Theatre, February 2018.
Chartrand, Leon A. “A Father’s Songbird.” Personal Journals for Teachable Moments. Bear Solitaire: Bear Solitaire, 2018.
Chartrand, Leon A. “A Morning Prayer.” Personal Journals for Teachable Moments. Bear Solitaire: Bear Solitaire, 2018.
Chartrand, Leon A. “Marauding Bears & Closeness.” Personal Journals for Teachable Moments. Bear Solitaire: Bear Solitaire, 2018.
Chartrand, Leon A. “Mother Love.” Personal Journals for Teachable Moments. Bear Solitaire: Bear Solitaire, 2017.
Clark, Adam L. “Kwanzaa Presentation and Ritual.” The Hive December Series. December 2018.
Clark, Adam L. “Martin Luther King, Jr.: Redeeming the Soul of America.” Becoming Agents of Justice: Compassion and the Ursuline Charism. September 2018.
Clark, Adam L. “The Cross and The Lynching Tree: A Meditation on Death.” American Academy of Religion. November 2018.
Clark, Adam L. “Ubuntu Conversations: We Affirm Our Humanity When We Affirm The Humanity In Others.” Mandela: Journey to Ubuntu. October 2018.
Clark, Adam L. “The Nguzo Saba: The Ethics of Being Human.” Kawaida Institute of Pan-African Studies. July 2018.
Clark, Adam L. ““Making The Impossible Possible: An Address on Women.” AJCU Conference on Enhancing Jesuit Education Through Multicultural, Feminist and Ignatian Pedagogies. February 2018.
Clark, Adam L. “Martin Luther King, 50 Years Later.” Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. April 2018.
Clark, Adam L. “Martin Luther King Jr: Reflecting Back, Moving Forward.” Martin Luther King, Jr. Coalition Remembers 50th Anniversary of King’s Assassination. April 2018.
El-Ansary, Waleed. ““Islamic Science and Economics"” Hast-O-Neest Educational Program. November 2018.
El-Ansary, Waleed. “Keynote Address ‘Caring for the Earth: An Interfaith Dialogue Event.’” Caring for the Earth: An Interfaith Dialogue Event. October 2018.
El-Ansary, Waleed. “Building Bridges Seminar.” Building Bridges Seminar. June 2018.
El-Ansary, Waleed. “‘What Does It Mean to Be Human?’” Panel with Krista Tippett and Walter Brueggemann. March 2018.
El-Ansary, Waleed. “Gold Coinage and Gold-Backed Money vs. Fiat Currency: Implications for Banking from an Islamic Legal Perspective.” In The Fatwa’s Role in Promoting Development, Stability and Societal Peace. Cairo: Dar al-Ifta, 2018.
Gollar, Charles Walker. ““Edward Fenwick—First Bishop of Cincinnati, Founder of Mt. St. Mary’s Seminary and Xavier University, and Slaveholder"” Universities Studying Slavery 2018 Fall Symposium—Universities, Slavery, Respond and Repair. Autumn 2018.
Gollar, Charles Walker. ““Edward Fenwick—First Bishop of Cincinnati, Founder of Mt. St. Mary’s Seminary and Xavier University, and Slaveholder"” American Catholic Historical Association. April 2018.
Miller, Anna C. Invited Panelist for "Searching the Scriptures, 25 Years.” Society of Biblical Literature National Conference. November 2018.
Miller, Anna C. “'Not with Gold, Pearls or Expensive Clothes': Wealthy Women, Speech and Citizenship in 1 Timothy and the Democratic Polis.” Society of Biblical Literature National Conference. November 2018.
Miller, Anna C. “Out of House and Home: Ekklēsia as Democratic, Public Space in 1 Timothy.” Early Christianity and Democracy Conference. May 2018.
Sniegocki, John H. “Review of Miguel de La Torre, Faith and Resistance in the Age of Trump.” Catholic Books Review, catholicbooksreview.org, 2018.
Sniegocki, John H. “Review of Stephen Angell and Pink Dandelion, Eds., Cambridge Companion to Quakerism.” volume 56, issue 4: Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, 2018.
Suna-Koro, Kristine. “Global Migration, Local Encounters: Explorations in Interfaith Pedagogy.” In The Meaning of My Neighbor’s Faith: Interreligious Reflections on Immigration, 119–32. Lexington Books/Rowman and Littlefield, 2018.
Suna-Koro, Kristine. “Peer Reviewer for Helen Boursier’s Monograph The Ethics of Hospitality: An Interfaith Response to US Immigration Policies.” Lexington Books, Rowman and Littlefield, November 2018.
Suna-Koro, Kristine. ““Latvian Lutheran Women Theologians in the 21st Century"” American Academy of Religion. November 2018.
Suna-Koro, Kristine. ““Liturgy as Migration: Worship and Righteous Action in the Age of Global Refugee Crisis"” Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton, NJ. May 2018.