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UConn Stamford

Publications by William T. Alpert Associate Professor, Economics
Alpert, William T and Stephen A. Woodbury. Employee Benefits and Labor Markets in Canada and the United States. Kalamazoo: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 2000.

cover of the Minimum Wage in the Restuarant IndustryThe Minimum Wage in the Restaurant Industry. New York: Praeger, 1986.

Publications by Susan Leigh Anderson Former Professor, Philosophy
Article: Larkin, F.T. "Stamford Campus Professor Applies Philosophy to Everyday Life." Uconn ADVANCE 29 September 2003, Volume 22, No. 6: pg. 4.

On Dostoevsky. Belmont: Wadsworth/Atheneum, 2001. cover of On Dostoevsky

On Kierkegaard. Belmont: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2000. cover of On Kierkegaard


On Mill. Belmont: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2000. cover of On Mill

"We Are Our Values." Questioning Matters: An Introduction to Philosophical Analysis. Mountain View: Mayfield Publishing, 2000.

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Publications by Karen Arms
Associate Professor, School of Family Studies
The Stamford Advocate and The Greenwich Time Parent Advocate Columnist.

Cooper, Peyton Woodson. "Working to educate the entire family: understanding all factors that affect a child's development." UCONN Traditions Fall/Winter 2004: p. 38. (The Alumni Magazine of The University of Connecticut -Focus on Faculty department )[picture included of Karen Arms, associate professor of family studies]

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Publications by Nehama Aschkenasy
Professor of Comparative Literature and Director, Center for Judiac & MIddle Eastern Studies

"Jewish Reaction to Gibson film has wrong focus" by Nehama Aschkenasy from the Stamford Advocate, Religion section. February 28, 2004.


Woman at the Window: Biblical Tales of Oppression and Escape
. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1998.

cover of Eve's Journey Eve's Journey: Feminine Images in Hebraic Literary Tradition. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986. Paperback: Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1994.

Aschkenasy, Nehama and David H. Hirsch. Biblical Patterns in Modern Literature. Brown University Series in Judaic Studies. (Chico, CA: Scholars Press, 1984).

Chapters in Books:
"Davin's 'Strange Woman' and Her Biblical Prototypes." In Philip Brady and James Brady Carens (ed.), Critical Views on James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (New York: Macmillan, 1998): 155-167.

"The Power of Prayer: The Tale of Hannah." In Beginning Anew: A Companion to the High Holy Days (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1997): 106-19.

"Language as Female Empowerment in the Book of Ruth." In Reading Ruth: Contemporary Women Reclaim a Sacred Text (New York: Ballantine Press, 1994; paperback edition: 1996): 111-24.

"Biblical Substructures in the Tragic Form: Hardy, The Mayor of Casterbridge, Agnon, 'And the Crooked Shall Be Made Straight." In D. Hirsch and N. Aschkenasy, Biblical Patterns in Modern Literature (1984).

"On Jackals, Nomads, and the Human Condition." In Contemporary Literary Criticism (Detroit: Gale Research, 1984).

"Deconstructing the Metanarrative: Amos Oz's Evolving Discourse with the Bible." SYMPOSIUM (Fall 2001).

"Hannah and Elkanah." Textures, 13:1 (Dec. 1994).

"Aharon Appelfeld, Unto the Soul." Haddasah Magazine (June/July 1994).

"Life as a Spy Story." Midstream, 37:9 (Dec. 1991).

"Yehoshua's 'Sound and Fury': A Late Divorce and Its Faulknerian Model." Modern Language Studies 21:2 (Spring 1991): 92-104.

"In the Footsteps of Job: Women Challenging God in Judaic Literature." Bat Kol (Fall/Winter 1990/91): 17-22.

"Modern Israel: A Cultural Profile Through Fiction." Bat Kol (Fall/Winter 1990/91): 58-61.

"Women and Oppression." The Melton Journal, 23 (1990). [Excerpt from Eve's Journey]

"A Woman Wronged, a Land Abused." Midstream (August/September 1988).

"Women and the Double in Modern Hebrew Literature: Berdichewsky/Agnon, Oz/Yehoshua." Prooftexts: A Journal of Jewish Literary History 8 (1988): 113-28.

"Lost Love, 1000 BCE." Lilith 18 (Winter 1987/8). [Excerpt from Eve's Journey]

"David and Jonathan in the Modern Kibbutz." Midstream 32 (August 1986).

"Biblical Females in a Joycean Episode: The 'Strange Woman' Scene in James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Modern Language Studies 15:4 (Fall 1985): 28-39.

"Eight Hebrew Masterpieces." Midstream 30:5 (May 1984): 54-56.

"Biblical Substructures in the Tragic Form: Hardy,The Mayor of Casterbridge, Agnon, 'And the Crooked Shall Be Made Straight." Modern Language Studies 13.1 (1983): 101-110.

"On Jackals, Nomads, and the Human Condition." Midstream 29:1 (January 1983):58-60. In Contemporary Literary Criticism. Detroit: Gale Research, 1984.

"Translatable Structure, Untranslatable Poem: Psalm 24," with David Hirsch, Modern Language Studies, 12:4 (Fall, 1982): 21-34.

"Appelfeld's Badenheim 1939." Tradition (Summer 1982): 170-3.

"A Non-Sexist Reading of the Bible." Midstream 27:6 (June/July 1981): 51-5.

"Falstaff the Immortal." [Hebrew] Ha-Arets Literary Supplement (December 13, 1968).

"The Human Will in Rabbi Kook's Philosophy." [Hebrew] Alei Mishmeret (September 1962).

Book Reviews
"Pamela Norris, Eve: A Biography." Cithara: Essays in the Judeo-Christian Tradition 39:2 (May 2000): 30-2.

"Glenda Abramson, Drama and Ideology in Modern Israel." Modern Hebrew Literature, Hebrew Studies 41(Spring 2000).

"Gila Ramraz-Rauch, Aharon Appelfeld." AJS Review 22:2 (1997): 284-6.

"Daniel Boyarin, Carnal Israel: Reading Sex in Talmudic Culture." Shofar Magazine 13:3 (1995).

"Nechama Tec, Defiance: The Bielski Partisans." Haddasah Magazine (January 1994).

"Rachel Brownstein, Tragic Muse." Haddasah Magazine (October 1993).

"Nechama Tec, In The Lion's Den: The Life of Oswald Ruffeisen." Haddasah Magazine (October 1991).

"Barbara Grossman, Funny Woman: The Life and Times of Fanny Brice." Haddasah Magazine (June/July 1991).

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Publications by Michael R. Basso, Jr. Adjunct Lecturer
M. Basso et el. "Apolipoprotein E [var epsilon] 4 is associated with atrophy of the amygdala in Alzheimer's disease" Neurobiology of Aging 21 (2005): {article in press, access thru Pubmed). Available online September 22, 2005.

"Neurological Relationships Between Ambient Lighting and the Startle Response to Acoustic Stress in Humans." Intern. J. Neuroscience 110 (2001): 147-157.

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Publications by Gayle R. Bessenoff Assistant Professor of Psychology
Bessenoff, G. R.(2006). Can the Media Affect Us? Social Comparison, Self-Discrepancy, and the Thin Ideal. Pscyhology of Women Quarterly, 30, 239-251.
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Bessenoff, G. R. and Snow, D.(2006). Absorbing society's influence: Body image self-discrepancy and internalized shame. Sex Roles, 54(9-10), 727-731.

Bessenoff, G. R., & Sherman, J. W. (2000). Automatic and controlled components of prejudice toward fat people: Evaluation versus stereotype activation. Social Cognition, 18, 329-353.

Sherman, J. W., & Bessenoff, G. R. (1999). Stereotypes as source monitoring cues: On the interaction between episodic and semantic memory. Psychological Science, 10, 106-110.

Sherman, J. W., Lee, A. Y., Bessenoff, G. R., & Frost, L. A. (1998) Stereotype efficiency reconsidered: Encoding flexibility under cognitive load. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75, 589-606.

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Publications by Joel Blatt Associate Professor, History

"Stavisky: A confidence man in the republic of virtue." Journal of Modern History 76:2 (June 2004): 457-459.

France and the apres guerre, 1918-1924: Illusions and disillusionment. International History Review 23:1 (March 2001): 185-187.

The French Defeat of 1940: Reassessments. Providence: Berghahn Books, 1998.cover of the French Defeat of 1940

"The French Defeat of 1940: Reassessments: Introduction." Historical Reflections 22:1 (1996): 1-10.

"France and the Franco-Italian Entente, 1918-1923." Storia delle Relazioni Internazionali [Italy] 6:2 (1990): 173-197.

"France and the Washington Conference." Diplomacy & Statecraft [Great Britain] 4:3 (1993): 193-219.

"France and the Corfu-Fiume Crisis of 1923." Historian 50:2 (1988): 234-259.

"France and Italy at the Paris Peace Conference." International History Review [Canada] 8:1 (1986): 27-40.

"The Parity that Meant Superiority: French Naval Policy Towards Italy at the Washington Conference, 1921-22, and Interwar French Foreign Policy." French Historical Studies 12:2 (1981): 223-248.

"Relatives and Rivals: The Responses of the Action Francaise to Italian Fascism, 1919-26." European Studies Review [Great Britain] 11:3 (1981): 263-292.

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Publications by Pamela Allen Brown Associate Professor, English

Better a Shrew than a Sheep: Women, Drama, and the Culture of Jest in Early Modern England.
Ithaca and London:  Cornell UP, 2003. 263 pp. 

Co-editor, with Peter Parolin.  Women Players in England 1500-1660: Beyond the All-Male Stage. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2005. 329 pp. Reissued in paperback, Spring 2008.

Articles and Book Chapters
“Dying to Act: Player Queens on the Early Modern Stage.” Early Theater.  Special issue on Women and Performance edited by Peter Parolin and James Stokes. Forthcoming.

“Dido, Boy Diva of Carthage.”  Transnational Exchanges in Early Modern Drama, ed. Eric Nicholson and Robert Henke. Ashgate.  Forthcoming. 

"Playing Spaces: The Street." The History of British Women's Writing 1500-1610, ed. Caroline Bicks and Jennifer Summit. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. pp. 155-174.

“Bad Fun and Tudor Laughter.” A Blackwell Companion to Tudor Literature and Culture, 1485-1603.  Ed. Kent Cartwright. Blackwell Publishing. Oxford: Blackwell, 2010. pp. 324-39.

“Afterword.”  Gender and Orality in Early Modern Literature, ed. Mary Ellen Lamb and Karen                  Bamford. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008.  pp  209-214.
“A New Fable of the Belly: Vulgar Curiosity and the Persian Lady’s Loose Bodies.” The Impact of  Feminism on Renaissance Studies, ed. Dympna Callaghan. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. pp. 171-92.

“’I care not, let naturals love nations’: Clowning Cosmopolitanism.” Forum: English Cosmopolitanism in the Early Modern Moment. Shakespeare Studies xxxv (2007): 66-77.  

 “Between Go-betweens: Karagöz and commedia dell’arte.” Kadir Has University Culture and the Arts Lecture Series. Selected Talks 2003-2005. Ed. Matthew Gumpert.  Istanbul: Kadir Has University, 2006. pp. 97-103.
“Introduction.” (Co-author). Pamela Allen Brown and Peter Parolin, eds. Women Players in England 1500-1660: Beyond the All-Male Stage. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2005.  pp. 1-24.

 “Jesting Rights: Women Players in the Manuscript Jestbook of Sir Nicholas Le Strange.” Brown and Parolin, Women Players,  pp. 305-314.

"Dame Alice L'Estrange and Lady Hobart in 'Merry Passages and Jeasts.'" Reading Early Modern                   Women, ed. Helen Ostovich and Elisabeth Sauer. New York: Routledge, 2004. pp. 343-46.

"Othello Italicized: Xenophobia and the Erosion of Tragedy." Shakespeare, Italy and Intertextuality, ed. Michele Marrapodi. Manchester University Press, 2004. pp. 145-57.

"Judith Philips." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

 “'Fie, what a foolish duty call you this?' Taming of the Shrew, Women's Jest, and the Divided Audience."  A Companion to Shakespeare's Works. Vol. III. The Comedies, ed. Jean E. Howard and Richard Dutton. Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.  pp. 289-306.                       
"Popular Texts, Historical Evidence, and the Performing Body." Crossing Boundaries: Attending to Early Modern Women, ed. Jane Donawerth and Adele Seeff. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2000. pp. 108-110.
"Othello and Italophobia."  Shakespeare and Intertextuality: The Transition of Cultures Between  Italy and England in the Early Modern Period, ed. Michele Marrapodi.  Rome: Bulzoni, 2000.
pp. 179-92.

"Laughing at the Cony: A Female Rogue and 'The Verdict of the Smock.'" English Literary Renaissance 29 (1999): 201-224.

“The Counterfeit Innamorata, or, The Diva Vanishes [Merchant of Venice and Othello].” Shakespeare Yearbook 10 (1999): 402-26.

"Jonson Among the Fishwives." The Ben Jonson Journal  6 (1999): 89-108.

Book Reviews
Judith Weil, Service and Dependency in Shakespeare's Plays (Cambridge UP, 2005) and Michelle Dowd, Women's Work in Early Modern Literature and Culture (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009).  (Double review.) Shakespeare Quarterly 61.4 (2010), 593-598.

Robert Hornback, The English Clown Tradition from the Middle Ages to Shakespeare (D.S. Brewer, 2009). Renaissance Quarterly. 63.1 (2010), 324-326.

David Ellis, Shakespeare’s Practical Jokes (Bucknell UP, 2007). Comparative Drama 43.1 (2009): 133-36.

Claire MacEachern, ed.  The Arden Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing (Thomson, 2006). Shakespeare Quarterly 57 (Winter 2006): 466-69.

Stephen Knight, Robin Hood: A Mythic Biography (Cornell UP, 2003). The Sixteenth Century Journal 36/1 (2005): 212-213.

The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare, ed. Michael Dobson and Stanley Wells (Oxford UP, 2001).  Shakespeare Quarterly 54 (Summer 2003): 188-90.

Thomas L. Berger, William C. Bradford, and Sidney L. Sondergard, An Index of Characters in Early Modern English Drama: Printed Plays, 1500-1660 (CambridgeUP, 1998).  Shakespeare Quarterly 54 (Spring 2003): 97-8.

Michael Keevak, Sexual Shakespeare: Forgery, Authorship, Portraiture (Wayne State UP,2001).  Modern Language Review 98.1 (2003): 170-1.

"A Modern Wunderkammer.”  [Review of Constance Hunting, Natural Things]. Parnassus: Poetry in Review 26.1 (2002): 266-75.

Linda Woodbridge, Vagrancy, Homelessness and English Renaissance Literature  (University of Illinois Press, 2001). Renaissance and Reformation 25.3 (2001): 54-6.

Much Ado About Nothing, ed. John F. Cox (Cambridge UP, 1997). Shakespeare Quarterly 51  (Summer 2000): 233-35.

Play Reviews
“N-Town Plays at Lincoln Cathedral.” Shakespeare Bulletin 13 (Spring 1995): 21-22.

A Midsummer Night's Dream and Interview with Director Everett Quinton, The Ridiculous Theatrical Company, NYC. Shakespeare Bulletin 12 (Fall 1994): 15-16.

Shakespeare for My Father, one-woman show by Lynn Redgrave, The Helen  Hayes Theatre, New York. Shakespeare Bulletin 11 (Fall 1993): 15.  

Much Ado About Nothing, Cocteau Rep, New York. Shakespeare Bulletin 11  (Summer 1993): 15.

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Publications by Morgne Cramer Assistant Professor, English/Women's Studies

"Jane Harrison and Lesbian Plots: The Absent Lover in Virginia Woolf's THE WAVES." Studies in the Novel . Vol. 37, No. 4 (Winter, 2005), pp. 445-463. Access via Academic Search Premier

Cramer, Patricia, and Eileen Barrett. Virginia Woolf: Lesbian Readings. New York: New York University Press, 1997.

Review in JSTOR:

Signs > Vol. 25, No. 1 (Autumn, 1999), pp. 263-265.

Cramer, Patricia, and Eileen Barrett. Re: Reading, Re:Writing, Re:Teaching Virginia Woolf: Selected Papers from the 4th Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, Bard College, New York, June 9-12, 1994. New York: Pace UP, 1995.

"Sororophobia: Differences Among Women in Literature and Culture [Book Review]." Journal of English and Germanic Philology (April 1994): 240-43.

"Virginia Woolf's Matriarchal Family of Origins in Between the Acts." Twentieth Century Literature 39:2 (1993): 166-84.
Access this article in JSTOR
Twentieth Century Literature > Vol. 39, No. 2 (Summer, 1993), pp. 166-184.

"Notes From Underground: Lesbian Rituals in the Writings of Virginia Woolf." Virginia Woolf Miscellanies: Proceedings of the First Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf June 7-9, 1991. New York: Pace University, 1992. 177-188.

Cramer, Patricia, and Ann Russo. "Toward a Multicentered Women's Studies in the 1990s." The Knowledge Explosion: Generations of Feminist Scholoarship. New York: Teachers College Press, 1992. 99-117.

"Loving in the War Years." Virginia Woolf and War : Fiction, Reality, and Myth. Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 1991. 203-24.

"Lordship, Bondage, and the Erotic: The Psychological Bases of Chaucer's 'Clerk's Tale'." Journal of English and Germanic Philology (JEGP) 89:4 (1990): 491-511.

"Romanticism and Feminism [Book Review]." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 89 (1990): 559-62.

"Consuming Fiction [Book Review]." Women's Studies International Forum 11:6 (1987): 625-626.

"The Role of Ahania's Lament in Blake's Book of Ahania: A Psychological Study." Journal of English and Germanic Philology (JEGP) 83:4 (1984): 522-533.

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Publications by Shelley Cudiner
Reference Librarian/Business Liaison
Cudiner, Shelley and Oskar Harmon. "Comparing the Effectiveness of Different Presentation Formats for Workshops on Introductory Library Skills." Research Strategies [Forthcoming 2001].

Cudiner, Shelley and Oskar Harmon. "Faculty-Librarian Team Teach Information Literacy." Library User Education: Powerful Learning, Powerful Partnerships. Lanham: Scarecrow Press, 2001. 194-99. Edited by Barbara I. Dewey.

Cudiner, Shelley and Oskar Harmon. "An Active Learning Approach to Teaching Effective Online Search Strategies." T.H.E. Journal 28:5 (December 2000): 52.

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Publications by Mary E. Cygan
Associate Professor, History
"A Man of His Times: Paul Robeson and the Press, 1924-1976." In
Paul Robeson: Essays on His Life and Legacy (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland 2002): 81.

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Publications by David D'Alessio Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences

Allen, M., D’Alessio, D., and Burrell, N. (2011). The implications and consequences of using meta-analysis for political communication. In Bucy, E. P., and Holbert, R. L. (eds.) The Sourcebook for Political Communication Research. New York: Routledge.

D’Alessio, D. (2007). A preliminary evaluation of the impact of unsolicited commercial email promoting stocks on the price of the stock. New Media and Society, 9(6), 1011-1027.

D’Alessio, D. (2007). Dynamics of a Dynamic Field. Political Communication Report [online]. Autumn.

Allen, M., Emmers-Sommer, T. M., D’Alessio, D., Timmerman, L. Hanzal, A., and Korus, J. (2007). The connection between the physiological and psychological reactions to sexually explicit materials: A literature summary using meta-analysis. Communication Monographs, 74(4), 541-560.

D’Alessio, D. and Allen, M. (2006). On the Role of Newspaper Ownership on Bias in Presidential Campaign Coverage by Newspapers. In  Preiss, R. W., Gayle, B. M., Burrell, N., Allen, M., and Bryant, J. (eds.) Media Effects Research: Advances through Meta-analysis. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

D’Alessio, D. and  Allen, M. (2006). The Selective Exposure Hypothesis and Media Choice Processes. In  Preiss, R. W., Gayle, B. M., Burrell, N., Allen, M., and Bryant, J. (eds.) Media Effects Research: Advances through Meta-analysis. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Mundorf, N., Allen, M., D’Alessio, D., and Emmers, T. (2006). Effects of pornography. In Preiss, R. W., Gayle, B. M., Burrell, N., Allen, M., and Bryant, J. (eds.) Media Effects Research: Advances through Meta-analysis. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

"Tilt? The search for media bias." Political Communication 21:2 (April-June 2004): 254-255.

"An Experimental Examination of Readers' Perception of Media Bias." Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 80 (2): 282-294, (Summer 2003).

D'Alessio D, and Allen M. "Selective Exposure and Dissonance After Decisions." Psychological Reports, 91 (2):527-532, (October 2002).

"Adoption of the World Wide Web by American Political Candidates, 1996-1998." Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 44:4 (2000): 556-68.

D'Alessio, Dave , and Mike Allen. "Media Bias in Presidential Elections: A Meta-Analysis." Journal of Communication 133 (Autumn 2000): 133-56.

D'Alessio, David , Mike Allen, and Tara M. Emmers-Sommer. "Reactions of Criminal Sexual Offenders to Pornography: A Meta-Analytic Summary." Communication Yearbook 22. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 1999. 139-69.

"Use of the World Wide Web in the 1997 US Election." Electoral Studies 16:4 (1997): 489-500

D'Alessio, Dave , Mike Allen, and Keri Brezgel. "A Meta-Analysis Summarizing the Effects of Pornography II: Aggression After Exposure." Human Communication Research 22:2 (December 1995): 258-283.

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Publications by Nancy Dryden (formerly Gillies)
Program Director for the Five Regional Campus Libraries
Gillies, Nancy and Oskar Harmon. "Partnering for a Wireless Classroom." T.H.E. Journal 31:11 (June 2004) [Web Exclusive].

Publications by Gerald L. Engel Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
Computing Curricula 2001. Computer Science Final Report. Contributing author.

Constitutional Changes. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 20:3 (2001): 3-3.

Program criteria for software engineering accreditiation programs. IEEE Software, 16:6 (1999):31-34.

Publications by Anne Farrell

Crimmins, D.B., Farrell, A.F., Smith, P.W., & Bailey, A. (2007).  Positive Strategies for Students with Problem Behaviors.  Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishers.

Crimmins, D. & Farrell, A.F. (2006). Individualized behavioral supports at 15 years:  It’s still lonely at the top.  Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 31, 31-45.

Crimmins, DB., Smith, P.W., & Farrell, A.F. (2004). Positive Strategies: Developing Individualized Supports in Schools. Valhalla: Westchester Institute for Human Development.

Accardo, P., Whitman, Behr, S.K., Farrell, A., Magenis, E., & Morrow-Gorton, J. , Eds. (2002). Dictionary of developmental disabilities terminology, Second edition. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishers.

Farrell, A.F. & Crimmins, D.B. (2001, December). Coping with disaster: A second guide for parents and other caregivers. Exceptional Parent, 31(12), 38-44.

Farrell, A.F. & Crimmins, D.B. (2001, November). Coping with disaster: A guide for supporting children with cognitive disabilities. Exceptional Parent, (31)11, 50-54.

Publications by Shelley Goldstein (formerly Roseman)
Library Director, Waterbury Campus

Roseman, Shelley. "The Coffee Trader." Connecticut Libraries October 2005. 07 Oct 2005<

Roseman, Shelley. "Looking at Books: Resilience and Courage." Connecticut Libraries October 2004. 08 Oct 2004 <

Publications by Oskar R. Harmon Associate Professor, Economics
Harmon, Oskar, and Shelley Cudiner. "Comparing the Effectiveness of Different Presentation Formats for Workshops on Introductory Library Skills." Research Strategies

"91 Tax Notes 2072 - THE ESTATE TAX: REPEAL OR REFORM? (Section 2001 -- Rate of Estate Tax)." State Analysts State Tax Notes Magazine 91 (June 18, 2001): 2072.
"AMT: Why and How to Reform." Tax Notes 23 Apr. 2001: 1-5.

Oskar, Harmon, and Cudiner Shelley. "Faculty-Librarian Team Teach Information Literacy." Library User Education: Powerful Learning, Powerful Partnerships. Lanham: Scarecrow Press, 2001. 194-99. Edited by Barbara I. Dewey.

Harmon, Oskar, and Shelley Cudiner. "An Active Learning Approach to Teaching Effective Online Search Strategies." T.H.E. Journal 28:5 (December 2000): 52.

Harmon, Oskar, and Rajiv Mallick. "State Tax Policy Options: Unbalanced Portfolios and Win-Win Portfolios." Research in Public Policy Analysis and Management 9 (1998): 167-81.

Harmon, Oskar, and Stan McMillen. "Connecticut Income Tax: Keep It Simple!" State Tax Notes 13:9 (September 1, 1997): 573-75.

"Connecticut's Tax Amnesty Program: Tax Delinquents are Given a Second Chance for a Second Time." The Connecticut Economy Oct. 1995.

Harmon, Oskar, and James Lambrinos. "Plaintiff Bias in the CPLR 50-A/50/B Statute." Albany Law Review 59:2 (1995): 693-708.

Harmon, Oskar, and James Lambrino. "The Plaintiff Windfall: New York's Structured Judgment Law." Insurance Advocate 29 Apr. 1995.

Harmon, Oskar, and James Lambrinos. "Hedonic Damages Revisited: Some Empirical Findings." Defense Counsel Journal 61:3 (July 1994): 436-41.

Harmon, Oskar, and Rajiv Mallick. "Optimal State Tax Portfolio Model: An Extension." National Tax Journal 47:2 (June 1994): 395-402. Reprinted in State Tax Notes 7:13 (September 26, 1994): 851-57.

"The Incidence of New York Taxes." State Tax Notes 6:17 (1994): 1073-79.

"Portfolio Analysis and Vertical Equity." Public Finance Quarterly 22:4 (1994): 418-39.

Assessing the Impact of the New York State Thruway on New York State's Business Climate. Albany: Rockefeller Institute of Government, July 2, 1991. Report to the New York State Thruway Authority Transition Advisory Council.

Specification Tests in Hedonic Models." Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics 4 (1991): 375-93.

Harmon, Oskar, and James Lambrinos. "An Empirical Evaluation of Two Methods For Estimating Economic Damages." Journal of Risk and Insurance 56:4 (December 1989): 733-739.

"A New View of the Incidence of the Property Tax: The Case of New Jersey." Public Finance Quarterly 17:3 (July 1989): 323-348.

"The Income Elasticity of Demand for Single Family Owner-Occupied Housing: An Empirical Reconciliation." Journal of Urban Economics 24:2 (September 1988): 173-185.

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Publications by Cristiano Husu Associate Professor, Mathematics

"Le Mort Qui Parle: Communication and jouissance in Mathematics." The Symptom. Autumn, Issue 1 (2001).
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"Extensions of the Jacobi Identity for Relative Untwisted Vertex Operators, and Gernertion Function Identities for Untwisted Standard Modules: the A1-case." Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 98:2 (January 1995):163-187.

"Extensions of the Jacobi Identity for Vertex Operators and Standard A1-Modules." Rhode Island:American Mathematical Society, 1993.

Publications by Paul L. Jalbert Associate Professor, Communication Science

Structures of the Unsaid. Theory Cultures & Society, 11:4 (1994): 127-160.

Publications by Jacquelyn Joseph-Silverstein Director, Stamford Campus
Joseph-Silverstein, Seth A. Consigli, and Katherine M. Lyser."The Temporal and Spatial Expression of Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor During Ocular Development in the Chicken." Investigative Ophthmalmology & Visual Science 34:3 (1993): 559-566.

Joseph-Silverstein and Seth A. Consigli. "Immunolocalization of Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor During Chcken Cardiac Developement." Journal of Cellular Physiology 146 (1991): 379-385.

Joseph-Silverstein, Seth A. Consigli, Katherine M. Lyser, and Carolyn Ver Pault."Immunolocalization of Basic Fibroblast Growth During Chicken Cardiac Development." Journal of Cell Biology 108 (June 1989): 2459-2466.

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Publications by Harriet Koenig. Adjunct, Anthropology
Koenig, Seymour H. and Harriet Koenig. Acculturation in the Navajo Eden: New Mexico, 1550-1750, Archaelogy, Language, Religion of the Peoples of the Southwest. New York: YBK Publishers, 2005. Read a sample chapter

Publications by Joy A. Land. Adjunct, History

Book Chapter:

“Corresponding Women: Female Educators of the Alliance Israélite Universelle (AIU) in Tunisia, 1882-1914,” in Jewish Culture and Society in North Africa, eds. Emily Gottreich and Daniel Schroeter (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2011), 239-256.

Encyclopedia Entries:

“Alhalel, Mathilde Twersky,” “Antébi, Henriétte Saloman,” “Behar, Rachel,” “Bornstein Guéron, Louise,”  “Chimènes, Myriam Voley Da Costa,” “Cohen-Scali, Julie,” “Confino, Albert,” “Ecole Normale Israélite Orientale (ENIO),” “Gelbmann, Hortense,” “Navon, Albert,” “Ouziel, Clément,” “Pariente, Shemtob,” “Saguès, Albert,” “Ungar, Sara,” Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World, editor-in-chief, Norman A. Stillman (Leiden: Brill Publications, 2010), vols. 1-4.


“Emerging Identities in Colonial Tunisia: ‘Alliancist’ and Zionist Representations in the Valensi Family of Tunis prior to World War I,” Review of the Center for the Studies of the Literature and Arts of North Africa/Revue du Centre d’Etudes des Littératures et des Arts d’Afrique du Nord (CELAAN), 7, nos. 1 & 2 (Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY: Spring 2009), 37-49. To access this peer reviewed journal article, see


"Corresponding Lives: Women Educators of the Alliance Israélite Universelle (AIU) School for Girls in the City of Tunis, 1882-1914.” Electronic publication of dissertation in conjunction with the University of California Digital Library, the eScholarship Repository, and the UCLA Center for Near Eastern Studies, (2006),

Seminar Proceedings:

Editor, Muslim-Jewish Relations in North Africa, Proceedings of a Seminar held at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, N.J., May 1974 (New York: World Jewish Congress, 1975)

Publications by Jeffrey A. Lefebvre Associate Professor, Political Science
“Kennedy’s Algerian Dilemma: Containment, Alliance Politics and the ‘Rebel Dialogue.'" Middle Eastern Studies 35:2 (April 1999):61-82.

"Red Sea Security and the Geopolitical-Economy of the Hanish Islands Dispute Source." The Middle East Journal 52:3 (1998): 367 (19 pages).

“The United States, Ethiopia and the 1963 Somali-Soviet Arms Deal: Containment and the Balance of Power Dilemma in the Horn of Africa” The Journal of Modern African Studies 36:4. (1998): 611-643.

“Middle East Conflicts and Middle Level Power Intervention in the Horn of Africa” Middle East Journal 50:3 (1996): 387-404.

"Moscow's Cold War and Post-Cold War Policies in Africa." Africa in the New International Order: Rethinking State Sovereignty and Regional Security. Ed. Edmond J. Keller and Donald Rothchild. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1996. 206-26.

"Egypt, Sudan And The Horn Of Africa. Post-Cold War Clouds on the Horn of Africa: The Eritrea-Sudan Crisis." Middle East Policy 4: 1-2, (1995): 34.

"Historical Analogies and the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: Munich, Camp David and Algeria." Middle East Policy 47(1994) 84-101.

“The United States and Egypt: Confrontation and Accommodation in Northeast Africa, 1956-60” Middle Eastern Studies 29:2 (April 1993): 321-38.

"The U.S. Military Intervention in Somalia: A Hidden Agenda?" Middle East Policy 2:1 (1993): 44-62

"The Geopolitics of the Horn of Africa." Middle East Policy 1 (3 November 1992): 7-22.

Globalism and Regionalism: U.S. Arms Transfers to Sudan. Armed Forces and Society 17: 2 (Winter 1991): 211.

Arms for the Horn: U.S. Security Policy in Ethiopia and Somalia. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1991.

“Donor Dependency and American Arms Transfers to the Horn of Africa: The F-5 Legacy” The Journal of Modern African Studies 25:3 (1987): 465-88.

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Publications by Elena Levy Associate Professor, Psychology

Duncan, Susan D., J. Cassell and Elena T. Levy (eds). Gestures and the Dynamic Dimension of Languate: Essays in Honor of David Mcneill. Philadelphia: John Benjamins Pub Co, 2007

"Producing Interpretable Discource: The Establishment and Maintenance of Reference, " co-author. Speech, Place, & Action: Studies in Deixis and Related Topics.

"A Social-Pragmatic Account of the Development of Planned Discources." Human Development. Sept-Oct. 1999.

"Talker-Listener Attunements to Speech Events," co-author. Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues Spring 1995

"Development of Referential Cohesion in a Child's Monologues," co-author. Language Topics: Essays in Honour of Michael Halliday Vol. II.

"The Role of Gestures and Other Graded Language Forms in the Grounding of Reference in Perception," co-author. Language and Gesture.

Publications by Peter Love Associate Professor, Chemistry
"Correlations of Fourier Transforms of Pulsed Electric Field Waveform and Microorganism Inactivation." IEEE Transactions on Dialectics and Electrical Insulation5:1 (February 1998): 142-7.

"Temperature Dependence of Electrical Conductivity and the Probability Density Function." J. Phys. C: Solid State Phys. 16 (1983): 5985-93.

"Some Properties and Applications of Polusulfur Nitraide." Polymer News 7:5 (1981): 200-7.

"Temperature Dependence of the Conductivity of Low-Dimensional Materials." J. Phys. C: Solid State Phys. 12 (1979): L627-31.

"Pure Quadrupole Resonance Spectra of Trialkylboranes." Journal of Chemical Physics 39:11 (December 1963): 3044-52.

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Publications by John P. Maarbjerg
Adjunct Professor, History

"Sweden, the First Modern State: Tilly's assertion, 'War Makes States, and Vice Versa.'" Scandinavian Studies 76:3 (Fall 2004) 385-418.

"Trade from Southern East Bothnia from 1560 to c. 1600." In Regional Integration in Early Modern Scandinavia (Denmark: Odense University Press, 2001): 80-95.

"Regimen Politicum and Regimen Regale: Political Change and Continuity in Denmark and Sweden." Scandinavian Studies 72:2 (Summer 2000): 141-62.

"The Peasant His Land and Money: Land Transactions in Late Sixteenth-Century East Bohemia." Scandinavian Journal of History 26: 167-88.

Scandinavia in the European World-Economy, ca. 1570-1625: Some Local Evidence of Economic Integration. New York: P. Lang, 1995.

"Iconoclasm in the Thurgau: Two Related Incidents in the Summer of 1524." Sixteenth Century Journal 24:3 (Fall 1993): 577-93.

"Diplomatic Relations Between Denmark and Russia During the Livonian Wars 1558-1581." Scandinavian Journal of History 16 (1991), 167-88.

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Publications by Maureen Maguire Adjunct Professor, English
The Leaflet, published by the New England Association of Teachers of English, Editor.

Publications by Venu Menon
Associate Professor, Mathematics
"Totally Order-Disconnected Compact Topologies." Order 17:4 (2000): 391 (6 pages).

"A Note on Topology of Z-Continous Posets." Commentationes Mathematicae Universitaties Carolinae 37:4 (1996): 821-24.

"Separating Points in Posets." Houston Journal of Mathematics 21:2 (1995): 283-90.

"Extensions of Galois Connections." Houston Journal of Mathematics 16:2 (1990): 249-54.

"A Generalization of Completely Distributive Lattices." Algebra Universalis 27 (1990): 578-86.

"Priestley Spaces." Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 109:3 (July 1990): 605-10.

"Quasicontinous Posets." Semigroup Forum 41 (1990): 193-200. Communicated by Michael Mislove

"Union Complete Subset Systems." Houston Journal of Mathematics 14:4 (1988): 583-600.

"Z-Continuous Posets." Houston Journal of Mathmatics 12:2 (1986): 275-94.

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Publications by Toni Ortner
Ortner, Toni. Real Stories: The All-Inclusive Textbook for Developmental Writing and Reading. Berkeley: Optima Books, 2003.

Ortner, Toni. Real Stories: The Journal Handbook: For Use with Real Stories. Berkeley: Optima Books, 2003

Ortner, Toni. Requiem. Houston: Black Tie Press, 1991.

Ortner-Zimmerman, Toni. As if Anything Could Grow Back Perfect. Ann Arbor: Mayapple Press, 1979.

Ortner-Zimmerman, Toni. Entering Another Country. Fredonia: Basilik Press, 1976.

Ortner-Zimmerman, Toni. Stones. Alexandria: Huffman Press, 1976

Ortner-Zimmerman, Toni. Woman in Search of Herself. Pittsburgh: Know, Inc. 1973.

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Publications by Katherine Pancak Associate Professor in Residence
Pancak, Katherine, Consulting Editor. Real Estate Fundamentals. Fifth Edition. Chicago: Real Estate Education Company, 2000.

Pancak, Katherine, T. Miceli and C.F. Sirmans. “Restructuring Agency Relationships in the Real Estate Brokerage Industry: An Economic Analysis” Journal of Real Estate Research 20: 1/2 (July 2000):31-47.

Pancak, Katherine A. Connecticut Real Estate: Practice & Law. Eighth Edition. Chicago: Real Estate Education Company, 1999.

“Connecticut Real Estate Agency: Need to Conform Old Brokerage Practice with New Law.” Connecticut Real Estate Law Journal 15:2 (1997)15-19.

Pancak, Katherine, T. Miceli and C.F. Sirmans.“Legal Duties of Property Owners Under Lead-Based Pain Laws” Real Estate Law Journal 24:1 (1995): 7-25

Pancak, Katherine, T. Miceli and C.F. Sirmans. “Protecting Children From Lead-Based Paint Poisoning: Should Landlords Bear the Burden” Environmental Affairs Law Review 23:1 (1995):1-41.

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Publications by Jeremy Richard (The Jeremy Richard Library is named after Dr. Jeremy Richard, Professor of English)
"The Thing I Am": Parolles, the Comedic Villain, and Tragic Consiousness." Shakespeare Studies 18 (1986): 145-59.

"Land and Sea: Imagery in the Lattimore Oresteia." College Literature 11:3 (1984): 204-13.

"Latin Narrative Syntax in Virgil and Milton." Journal of Narrative Technique 14:3 (Fall 1984): 193-200.

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Publications by Frederick S. Roden Assistant Professor, English

Roden, Frederick, ed. Jewish/Christian/Queer: Crossroads and Identities. New York: Ashgate Publishing, 2009. [publisher book description] Roden

Roden, Frederick. "Eppie's Queer Daddy: Spiritual Fatherhood in Silas Marner." George Eliot-George Henry Lewes Studies (September 2005): 48-49, 33-38.

Roden, Frederick, ed. Palgrave Advances in Oscar Wilde Studies. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. [publisher book description]

Roden, Frederick. Same Sex Desire in Victorian Religious Culture. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. [publisher book description]

Roden, Frederick. "Gender and religion in recent Victorian studies publications." Victorian Literature and Culture 31:1 (2003): 393-403.

Roden, Frederick. "`What a Friend We Have in Jesus': Same-Sex Biblical Couples in Victorian Literature." Raymond Frontain, ed. Reclaiming the Sacred: The Bible in Gay and Lesbian Culture, 2nd edition. Binghamton (NY): Haworth Press, 2003. 115-135.

Roden, Frederick. "Queer Christian: The Catholic Homosexual Apologia and Lesbian/Gay Practice." International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies 6.4(2001): 251-265.

Roden, Frederick. "Becoming Butlerian: On the Discursive Limits (and Potentials) of Gender Trouble at Ten Years of Age." International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies 6.1-2(2001): 25-33.

Roden, Frederick. "Medieval Religion, Victorian Homosexualities." Prose Studies, 23.2 (2000): pp. 115-30. Special issue, Medievalism and the Quest for the "Real" Middle Ages, ed. Clare Simmons (London: Frank Cass, 2001).  

Roden, Frederick. "Aelred of Rievaulx, Same-Sex Desire, and the Victorian Monastery." Masculinity and Spirituality in Victorian Culture. Ed. Andrew Bradstock, Anne Hogan, Sean Gill, and Sue Morgan. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan Press, 2000. 85-99.

Roden, Frederick. "`Sisterhood Is Powerful': Christina Rossetti's Maude." Women of Faith in Victorian Culture: Reassessing `The Angel in the House.' Ed. Andrew Bradstock and Anne Hogan. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan Press, 1998. 63-77.

Rodern, Frederick. "Two `Sisters in Wisdom': Hildegard of Bingen, Christina Rossetti, and Feminist Theology." Hildegard of Bingen: A Book of Essays. Ed. Maud Burnett McInerney. New York : Garland Press, 1998. 227-253.

Roden, Frederick. "The Kiss of the Soul: Christina Rossetti's Mystical Theology." Women's Theology in Nineteenth Century Britain: Transfiguring the Faith of Their Fathers. Ed. Julie Melnyk. New York: Garland Press, 1998. 37-57.

Roden, Frederick. "The Scarlet Woman." Reading Wilde, Querying Spaces. Ed. Carolyn Dever and Marvin J. Taylor. New York: NYU Press, 1995. 21-25.


Lisa Moore. "Dangerous Intimacies: Toward a Sapphic History of the British Novel."Nineteenth-Century Contexts 23 (2001): 321-324.

Ellis Hanson. "Decadence and Catholicism." Nineteenth-Century Literature 54.1(1999): 119-123. Access this review: JSTOR Arts & Sciences I Collection

Mark D. Jordan. The Invention of Sodomy in Christian Theology. Society for the Study of Homosexuality in the Middle Ages Newsletter
6.1 (1998): 3-5.

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Publications by Fran Shaw Associate Professor, English

Writing My Yoga: Poems for Presence. Indications Press, 2004. Writing My Yoga website

The biology of transcendence: A blueprint of the human spirit. Parabola-Myth Tradition and the Search for Meaning 28:3 (Fall 2003): 94+.

The nature of home. Parabola-Myth Tradition and the Search for Meaning 28:2 (Summer 2003): 92+.

50 Ways to Help you Write. Stamford: Longmeadow Press, 1995.

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Publications by Rosemary E. Shinko
"Why a Palestinian State.” In John T. Rourke (ed.), TAKING SIDES : Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in World Politics (Connecticut: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin, 2003), Eleventh Edition. An Original Essay Written for This Volume

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Publications by Gary Storhoff Associate Professor, English

Whalen-Bridge, J . and Storhoff, G., eds. (2009). The Emergence of Buddhist American Literature. New York: Suny Press. [publisher summary] Storhoff

Understanding Charles Johnson. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2004. [publisher summary]

"Even Now China Wraps Double Binds Around My Feet.": A Study of Family Communication" in The Woman Warrior and Dim Sum." [In Press ]

"'Yesterday Comes Like Today': Communitas in Paule Marshall's The Chosen Place, the Timeless People." MELUS 23:2 (Summer 1998): 49-64.

"Family Systems in Louise Erdrich's The Beet Queen." Critique 39:4 (1998): 341-52.

"Faulkner's Family Crucible: Quentin's Dilemma." The Mississippi Quarterly 51:3 (Summer 1998): 465-82.

"'Aggravating the Reader': The Harlem Detective Novels of Chester Himes." The Detective in American Fiction, Film, and Television. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1998. 45-55. Ed. Jerome H. Delamater and Ruth Prigozy.

"Doing the (W)Right Thing: Approaching Wright and Lee." Approaches to Teaching Wright's Native Son. Modern Language Association of America: New York, 1997. 120-26. Ed. James A. Miller.

"'Anaconda Love': Parental Enmeshment in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon." Style 31:2 (Summer 1997): 290-310.

"Caddy and the Infinite Loop: The Dynamics of Alcoholism in The Sound and the Fury." The Faulkner Journal 12:2 (Spring 1997): 3-22.

"The Artist as Universal Mind: Berkeley's Influence on Charles Johnson." African American Review 30:4 (1996): 539-48.

"Jason's Role-Slippage: The Dynamics of Alcoholism in The Sound and the Fury." The Mississippi Quarterly 49:3 (1996): 519-35.

"Slaying the Fathers: The Autobiography of Chester Himes." a/b: Auto/Biography Studies 11:1 (1996): 38-44.

"Icon and History in Frances." Film Literature Quarterly 23:4 (1995): 266-72.

"The Only Voice is Your Own': Gloria Naylor's Revision of The Tempest." African American Review 29:1 (1995): 35-45.

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Publications by Mark S. Swanson Professor of Physics

Path Integrals and Quantam Processes. Boston: Academic Press, 1992.

"An Operator Approach to Approximating the Coherent State Propagator."

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Publications by Nechama Tec Professor, Sociology

Ruthchild, Rochelle Goldberg. "Gender and survival." The Women's Review of Books 21:1 (2003): 9. (book review)

Resilience and Courage: Women, men, and the Holocaust. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003.
--- Awarded the National Jewish Book Awards 2002-03 by the Jewish Book Council
---"Conversations with...Nechama Tec" by Mara Dresner from the Jewish Ledger
--- "Holocaust author tells how she crafted book by Stehanie Gaj from the Stamford Advocate. January 22, 2004, pg A11-12.

"A Glimmer of Light." The Holocaust and the Christian World: Reflections on the Past Challenges for the Future. Ed. Carol Rittner, Stephen D. Smith, and Irene Steingeldt. London: Kuperard, 2000. 150-55. Consulting Ed. Yehuda Bauer.

"Mujeres en el Bosque." Acta Sociologica 26-27 (May-December 1999): 166-179. Translation by Gilda Waldman M.

"Another Time, Another Place." Peace, In Deed: Essays in Homor of Harry James Cargas. Ed. Zev Garber and Richard Libowitz. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1998. 1-3.

"Jewish Resistance in Belorussian Forests: Fighting and the Rescue of Jews by Jews." Resisting the Holocaust. Ed. Ruby Rohrlich. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. 77-94.

"Reflections on Rescuers." The Holocaust and History: The Known, the Unknown, the Disputed, and the Reexamined. Ed. Michael Berenbaum and Abraham J. Peck. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998. 651-62.

"Response. The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness 1998. New York: Schocken Books, 1998. 241-47. Written by: Simon Wiesenthal.

"Women among the Forest Partisans." Women in the Holocaust. Ed. Dalia Ofer and Lenore J. Weitzman. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998. 223-33.

Cries in the Night. Kansas City: Sheed & Ward, 1997.

"Children of War." The Braun Center for Holocuast Studies of the Aniti-Defamation League. 823 United Nations Plaza. Jan. 1994. Contains material from Defiance: The Bielski Partisans

Defiance: The Bielski Partisans. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.

"Helping Behavior and Rescue duuring the Holocaust." Lessons and Legacies: The Meaning of the Holocaust in a Changing World. Ed. Peter Hayes. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1991. 210-24.

"The Nazi Totalitarian State and the Holocaust." The Holocaust in University Teaching. Ed. Gideon Shimoni. Oxford: Pergammon Press, 1991. 223-28.

In the Lion's Den: The Life of Oswald Rufeisen. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990.

Then Light Pierced the Darkness: Christian Rescue of Jews in the Nazi-Occupied Poland. New York: Oxford University Press 1986

Dry Tears: The Story of a Lost Childhood. New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.

"Of Help, Understanding and Hope: Righteous Rescuers and Polish Jews." Polin: A Journal of Polish-Jewish Studies 4 (1989): 296-310.

Grass is Green in Suburbia: A Sociological Study of Adolescent Usage of Illicit Drugs. Roslyn Heights: Libra Publishers, 1974.

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Publications by Brian Waddell Assistant Professor, Political Sciencel"
The war against the New Deal : World War II and American democracy. Dekalb: North Illinois University Press; 2001.

“Corporate Influence and World War II: Resolving the New Deal Political Stalemate.” Journal of Policy History 11:3 (1999) 1-37.

“The Dimensions of the Military Ascendancy During U.S. Industrial Mobilization for World War II.” Journal of Political and Military Sociology 23 (Summer 1995):81-98.

“Economic Mobilization for World War II and the Transformation of the U.S. State.” Politics & Society 22:2. (June 1994): 165-94.

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Publications by Alex Wang

WCommunication Context. Germany: VDM Verlag, 2009. ang, Alex. Content Class Effects on Consumer Online Information Processing: In Integrated Marketing Wang

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Publications by Richard Watnick

Lerman, Manuel and Richard Watnick. “Computable choice functions for computable linear orderings.” Mathematical Logic Quarterly 49:5. (2003): 485-509.

Finite Condesations of Recursive Linear Orders. Co-author of article on the journal, Studia Logica.

Constructive and Recursive Scattered Order Types. Author of article in journal, Lecture Notes in Mathematics

Calculus Teaching Methods Developed From Studies in Educational Psychology. Author of article in the Journal Primus

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Publications by Benny Widyono,
Adjunct, Economics

Dancing in Shadows : Sihanouk, the Khmer Rouge, and the United Nations in Cambodia. Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield; 2007.
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Publications by Charles Yarish
Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Connecticut Sea Grant College Program at UConn -
Two articles featuring Dr. Charles Yarish's research projects in the Connecticut Sea Grant College Magazine "Wracklines" Vol. 6 No. 2..
Say Hola to Tuna from Mexico: Researchers and Ranchers Meet to Assess Aquaculture Practices by Peg Van Patten and Monica Allard Cox
Beware of the Red Menace -Grateloupia is Invadeing Long Island Sound by Peg Van Patten

Sahoo, Dinabandhu and Charles Yarish. "Mariculture of Seaweeds." Algal Culturing Techniques. Ed. Robert A. Anderson. New York: Academic Press, 2005. 219-237.

Neori, A., T. Chopin, M. Troell, A.H. Buschmann, G. Kraemer, C.Halling, M. Shpigel and C. Yarish.. "Integrated aquaculture: rationale, evolution and state of the art emphasizing seaweed biofiltration in modern aquaculture." Aquaculture. 231 Issues 1-4 (5 March 2004): 361-391.

Broom, J.E., W.A. Nelson, C. Yarish, W.A. Jones, R. Aguilar Rosas, L.E. Aguilar Roasas. "A reassessment of taxonomic status of Porphyra suborbiculata, Porphyra carolinesnsis and Porphyra lilliputiana (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) based on molecular and morphological data. European Journal of Phycology. 37 (29 April 2002): 227-235.

McVey, James P., Robert R. Stickney, Charles Yarish and Thierry Chopin. " Aquatic Polyculture and Balanced Ecosystem Management: New Paradigms for Seafood Production." Responsible Marine Aquaculture. Eds. R.R. Stickeny and J.P. Mcvey. New York: CAB International, 2002. 263-296.

Rawson Jr., Mac V., Changsheng Chen, Rubao Ji, Mingyuan Zhu, Daoru Wang, Lu Wang,Charles Yarish, James B. Sullivan, Theirry Chopin and Raquel Carmona. "Understanding the Interaction of Extractive and Fed Aquaculture Using Ecosystem Modeling." Responsible Marine Aquaculture. Eds. R.R. Stickeny and J.P. Mcvey. New York: CAB International, 2002. 91-104.

Sahoo D, Tang XR, Yarish C. "Porphyra - the economic seaweed as a new experimental system." Curr Sci India 83 (11): 1313-1316 DEC 10 2002

Capriulo, G.M., G. Smith, R. Troy, G. Wikfors, J. Pellet & C. Yarish. "The Planktonic Food Web Structure of a Temperate Zone Estuary, and its Alteration Due to Eutrophication." Hydrobiologia 475/476 (May 2002): 263-333.

Chopin, T., C. Yarish, R. Wilkes, E. Belyea, S. Lu & A. Mathieson. "Developing Porphyra/salmon integrated aquaculture for bioremediation and diversification of the aquaculture industry". J. Appl. Phycol. 11 (1999):463-472.

Kramer, G. P. and C. Yarish. "A preliminary comparison of the mariculture potential of Porphyra purpurea and P. umbilicalis." J. Appl. Phycol. 11 (1999):473-477.

Yarish, C. T. Chopin, R. Wilkes, A.C. Mathieson, X.G. Fei, and S. Lu. "Domestication of Nori for Northeast America: The Asian Experience." Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 99-1 (1999):11-17.

Chopin, T. and C. Yarish. "Aquaculture does not only mean finfish monoculture…seaweeds must be a significant component for an integrated ecosystem approach." Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 99-1 (1999):35-37.

Yarish, C., R. Wilkes, T. Chopin, X.G. Fei, A.C. Mathieson, A.S. Klein, D. Friel, C.D. Neefus, G.G. Mitman, and I. Levine. "Domesticating indigenous Porphyra (nori) species for commercial cultivation in Northeast America". World Aquaculture 29:4 (1998):26-29, 55.

Grobe, C.W., C. Yarish, and I. Davison. "Nitrogen: a critical requirement for Porphyra aquaculture." World Aquaculture 29:4 (1998):34-35, 57.

Chopin, T. and C. Yarish. "Nutrients or Not Nutrients? That is the question in seaweed Aquaculture…and the answer depends on the type and purpose of the aquaculture system." World Aquaculture 29:4 (1998):31-33, 60-61.

Fei, X.G., S. Lu, Y. Bao, R. Wilkes, and C. Yarish. "Seaweed cultivation in China." World Aquaculture 29:4 (1998):22-24.

Yarish, C. and G. Wamukoya. "Seaweeds of potential economic importance in Kenya: Field survey and future prospects". Proc. of the 13th International Seaweed Symposium. Hydrobiologia 204/205 (1990): 339-346.

Yarish, C., C.A. Penniman, and M. van Patten (eds.), Economically Important Marine Plants of the Atlantic: Their Biology and Cultivation. The Connecticut Sea Grant College, Marine Sciences Institute, University of Connecticut at Avery Point, 1990.

Luening, K. Seaweeds - Their Environment, Biogeography, and Ecophysiology, In: Yarish, C. and H. Kirkman (eds.), Edited Transl. of the German language ed. Meeresbotanik: Verbreitung, Okophysiologie und Nutzung der Marinen Makroalgen by Klaus Luening. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. NY, 1990.

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