Last updated Sept. 16, 2021
Rebecca Janzen, Associate Professor, Spanish and Comparative Literature, Department of Languages, Literatures and Culture
Unholy Trinity: State, Church, and Film in Mexico was published by SUNY Press in September 2021.
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Jeanne Garane, Professor, French and Comparative Literature, Department of Languages, Literatures and Culture
Translated Amadou Hampâté Bâ’s Amkoullel, the Fula Boy (Duke University Press, 2021).
GabrielleKuenzli, Associate Professor, Department of History
Received a 2021 Mellon/ACLS Scholars and Society Fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies for Jockeying Into Position: Race, Ethnicity, and the Rise of the Latino Jockey in the American South, XX-XXI Centuries (Mellon/ACLS Scholars and Society 2021).
Ashley M. Williard, Assistant Professor, French, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Engendering Islands: Sexuality, Reproduction, and Violence in the Early French Republic was published by the University of Nebraska Press in June 2021.
Jorge Camacho, Professor of Spanish, Comparative Literature and Latin American Studies, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Representaciones del mal: brujos y ñáñigos en Cuba was published by the Mississippi University Press in April 2021.
Sherina Feliciano-Santos, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology
A Contested Caribbean Indigeneity: Language, Social Practice, and Identity Within Puerto Rico Taíno Activism was published by Rutgers University Press in February 2021.
Elena Osokina, Professor, Department of History
Stalin’s Quest for Gold was published by Cornell University Press in September 2021.
Magdalena E. Stawkowski, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology
Received a three-year, $893,925 grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research for a multi-sited project titled “Radioactive Ruins: Security in the Age of the Anthropocene,” in collaboration with Rens Van Munster in the Danish Institute for International Studies.
Received the 2017 Soyuz Article Prize recognizing an outstanding article in postsocialist studies published by a junior scholar for “‘I am a Radioactive Mutant’: Emerging Biological Subjectivities at the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site,” published in American Ethnologist.
Amanda Wangwright, Associate Professor, Asian Art History, School of Visual Art and Design
The Golden Key: Modern Women Artists and Gender Negotiations in Republican China (1911-1949) was published by Brill in November 2020.
Received a $10,000 grant from the Metropolitan Center for Far Eastern Art Studies, which will fund research travel in Taiwan during her spring 2022 sabbatical.
Meredith Deboom, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography
“Climate Necropolitics: Ecological Civilization and the Distributive Geographies of Extractive Violence in the Anthropocene” was published in Annals of the American Association of Geographers in January 2021.
“African countries are helping China go green. That may have a downside for Africans” was published in the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage in March 2021.
Andrew Graciano, Professor, Art History, School of Visual Art and Design
“A Dutch connection: Re-identifying a sitter at the National Portrait Gallery in London” was published in Oud Holland – Journal for Art of the Low Countries in January 2018.
Drucilla K. Barker, Professor, Department of Anthropology and Department of Women & Gender Studies
The second edition of Liberating Economics: Feminist Perspectives on Families, Work, and Globalization — co-written with Suzanne Bergeron and Susan F. Feiner — was published by University of Michigan Press in February 2021.
Julia López-Robertson, Professor, Instruction and Teacher Education, College of Education
Celebrating our cuentos: Choosing and using Latinx literature in elementary classrooms was published by Scholastic Professional in July 2021.
Duncan Alford, Professor of Law and Associate Dean and Director of the Law Library, School of Law
“Is a single bank supervisor inevitable throughout the EU?” was published in Global Risk Regulator in August 2021.
Daniel M. Stuart, Associate Professor, Religious Studies, Department of Religious Studies
S.N. Goenka: Emissary of Insight was published by Penguin Random House in November 2020.
Stanley Dubinsky, Professor, Linguistics, Department of English Language and Literature
Language Conflict and Language Rights: Ethnolinguistic Perspectives on Human Conflict, co-written with William D. Davies, was published by Cambridge University Press in August 2018.
Paul Allen Miller, Carolina Distinguished Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature, Department of Languages, Literatures and Culture
Foucault’s Seminars on Antiquity: Learning to Speak the Truth was published by Bloomsbury Academic will be published in November 2021.