College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Continue Publications, Research Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Nov 16, 2021

Faculty within the College of Arts and Sciences published or contributed to more than 35 books, biographies and peer-reviewed research across a wide variety of disciplines during the 2020-2021 academic year.

The publications, which span across the 50+ program concentrations within the College of Arts and Sciences, were written at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic challenged faculty and staff to adapt to a new normal.

The following publications and research were published over the past year:

Title Faculty
Unless You Become Like Little Children: The Life of Francis J. Finn, S.J.  Thomas Kennealy, S.J.
Experiencias: Beginning Spanish Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco
Experiencias: Intermediate Spanish Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco

Transforming through reflection: Use of student-led reflections in the development of intercultural competence during a short-term international immersion experience

Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco
Bridging the cultural and linguistic divide through virtual exchange Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco
Transformation Toward Cultural Competence: Occupational Therapy Students’ International Immersive Experiences Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco
Virtual Dual Immersion Program: Educators Collaborate across the Jesuit Network to Transform Student Learning Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco
Dreams and Dialogues in Dylan’s Time Out of Mind Graley Herren
Effective methods of biofumigation: a meta-analysis Kathryn Morris
Organic Chemistry: A Learner-Centered Approach Richard Mullins
Teaching in Times of Crisis Mich Nyawalo
Predicting Establishment Potential of an Invasive Wood-Boring Beetle, Trichoferus campestris (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in the United States Ann Ray
Invasion of Trichoferus campestris (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) into the United States characterized by high levels of genetic diversity and recurrent introductions Ann Ray
Identification of Tree Genera Used in the Construction of Solid Wood-Packaging Materials That Arrived at U.S. Ports Infested With Live Wood-Boring Insects Ann Ray
Protein self-marking by emerald ash borer: an evaluation of efficacy and persistence Ann Ray
Whole Earth Living – Reconnecting Earth, History, Body and Mind Kathleen Smythe
Bicycling Through Paradise: Historical Tours Around Cincinnati Kathleen Smythe
Fragile Resurrection: Hope After Domestic Violence, Cascade Books, 2021 Ashley Theuring
Reconstructing the Cross: Fragile Crucifixion and Immigrant Survivors of Domestic Violence Ashley Theuring
Imagining a Sacramental Method: Divine Presence in the Lives of the Crucified Peoples Ashley Theuring
Civil Religion in Modern Political Philosophy Steven Frankel
Faith, Liberation, and Revolution in Fire From the Mountain by Omar Cabezas José María Mantero
The Study Guide to the Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis Marcus Mescher
Apiqoros: The Last Essays of Salomon Maimon Timothy Quinn
Gender moderation and moderating gender: Sexual content policies in Twitch's community guidelines Andrew Zolides
The Velveteen Rabbit Kaleel Skeirik
Connecting Chemistry: Using Green Chemistry and Health to Show Students Why Stereochemistry Matters Kendra Denlinger
"How Dare You": Greta Thunberg, Parrhesia, and Rhetorical Citizenship Renea Frey
The Art of Reasoning: An Introduction to Logic Andrew Hill
Fast, Easy, Reproducible Method for Planting Fingerprints for Ninhydrin, Iodine Development Adam Azman
The Routledge Companion to Jane Austen Jodi Wyett
Making the Case: Feminist and Critical Race Philosophers Engage Case Studies ShaDawn Battle
The Cambridge Companion to Rorty Alexis Dianda
Photography, Identity, and Migration in French Politics, Culture & Society Johann Le Guelte

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