Faculty Scholarship

Faculty Scholarship

Selected publications, performances, activities and grants

 

2012-13 academic year

 

Fourshey, Catherine C. (Associate Professor)

Fourshey, C. “Integrating Early African History into World History.” World History Association New England Regional Meeting (21 September 2012). Boston University, Boston, MA.

Fourshey, C. “Migrations in Southwestern Tanzania.” World History Association Mid-Atlantic Meeting (2 November 2012). Nassau County Community College, Long Island, NY.

Fourshey, C. “Research and Teaching Gendered Power in Tanzania.” Research Frontiers in the Study of Africa (30 November 2012). African Studies Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Fourshey, C. “Educating Africans from Metrople to Backwater.” Lives, Places, Stories (January 2013). American Historical Association, New Orleans, LA.

Imhoof, David M. (Associate Professor)

Imhoof, D. “War and Records in the Third Reich.” German Studies Association Annual Meeting (October 2012). Milwaukee, WI.

Imhoof, D. “Review” Rev. of Sport under communism: behind the East German ‘miracle.’ By Grix, J. Choice (2013).

Liu, Lisong (Assistant Professor)

Liu, L. “From H-1B Visa to Green Card: Chinese Professional Migrants’ Status Adjustment and Identity under the Shadow of American Immigration Policies.” Social Science History Association Annual Meeting (2 November 2012). Vancouver, Canada.

Liu, L. “Review.” Rev. of Exceptional People: How Migration Shaped Our World and Will Define Our Future. By Goldin, I., Cameron, G., Balarajan, M. Journal of World History (2012), ed. 3 vol. 23. 740-744.

Liu, L. “China: Immigration Law and Legislation.” The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration. Eds. Ness, I., Safitri, S. Wiley-Blackwell (2013).

McMillin, Linda A, (Professor)

McMillin, L. “The Audiences of Hrotsvit.” Hrotsvit of Gandersheim (fl. 960): Contextual and Interpretive Approaches. Eds. Brown, P., Wailes, S. Leiden, Germany: Brill. 311-328. www.brill.com/companion-hrotsvit-gandersheim-fl-960

Munoz, Maria L. (Assistant Professor)

Munoz, M. “Review.” Rev. of Military Struggle and Identity Formation in Latin America. Race, Nation, and Community During the Liberal Period. By Foote, N., Horst, R. Bulletin of Spanish Studies: Hispanic Studies and Researches on Spain, Portugal and Latin America (2012), ed. 2 vol. 89. 1.

Munoz, M. “Constructing le Rouge and le Noir: Race and the State in Brazil and Mexico 1920-1970.” Conference on Latin American History (4 January 2013). American Historical Association, New Orleans, LA.

Slavishak, E. S. (Associate Professor)

Slavishak, E. “Making it ‘Wild and Wonderful’: Picturing West Virginia in the 1970s.” Society of Appalachian Historians Meeting (20 May 2013). University of Virginia, Wise, VA.

Slavishak, E. “You’re Doing it Wrong.” Rev. of Reading Up: Middle-Class Readers and the Culture of Success in the Early Twentieth-Century United States. Ed. Blair, A. H-NET (2013). www.h-net.org/~shgape/

Weaver, Karol K. (Associate Professor)

Weaver, K. “The Persistence of Powwowing in the Anthracite Coal Region.” Columbia County Historical Society Meeting (11 September 2012). Bloomsburg, PA.

Weaver, K. “Powwowing in the Coal Region.” (20 October 2012). Roaring Creek Valley Grange, Numidia, PA.

Weaver, K. (Chair) “Hershey: The Man and His Town.” Pennsylvania Historical Association Meeting (3 November 2012). Harrisburg, PA.

Weaver, K. “The Colonial Breast: Enlightenment Project and Revolutionary Symbol.” Celebrating Our Past and Looking Into Our Future: 28th Annual Symposium on African American Culture and Philosophy (16 November 2012). African American Studies and Research Center, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

Weaver, K. “Review.” Rev. of For the Health of Enslaved: Slaves, Medicine, and Power in the Danish West Indies, 1803-1848. By Jensen, N. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (2012), ed. 4, vol. 86. 685-686.

Weaver, K. “Review.” Rev. of Fit to Be Tied: Sterilization and Reproductive Rights in America, 1950-1980 and Contested Reproduction: Genetic Technologies, Religion, and Public Debate. By Evans, J., Kluchin, R. Nursing History Review (2012), vol. 21.

Weaver, K. “Review.” Rev. of Gender and the Making of Modern Medicine in Colonial Egypt. By Abugideiri, H. Nursing History Review (2012), vol. 20. 226-227.

 

 

2011-12 academic year

 

Fourshey, Catherine C. (Associate Professor)

Fourshey, C. C. “Civil Rights and the Black Experience in the U.S.” Pennsylvania Eastern Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA. (April 21, 2012).

Fourshey, C. C. “Expressions of Dissent and Protest Through Education in the Case of Florence Peters.” Western Pennsylvania/West Virginia/Ohio Africanist Consortium, Carnegie Mellon/West Virginia University Department of History, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA. (April 14, 2012).

Fourshey, C. C. “Desire for the Familiar: Myths of Exceptional Races, Ethnicities, and ‘Tribes’ on the Anthropological Pedestal.” 12th Annual Africa Conference, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. (March 30, 2012).

Fourshey, C. C. “Spoken Like a Well Behaved Woman: Language and History.” American Historical Association, Chicago, IL. (January 2012).

Fourshey, C. C. “Gendered Acts of Hospitality in East Africa.” African Liberation and Black Power: The Challenges of Diasporic Encounters Across Time, Space, and Imagination. Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora (ASWAD), University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. (November 3, 2011).

MacArthur Foundation Grant. “HASTAC Digital Media and Learning,” $150,000.00.

 

Imhoof, David M. (Associate Professor)

Imhoof, D. M. “Voices on the Screen and Off: Musical Film as Consumed Gesamtkunstwerk, 1930s–1950s.” Modern Germany Workshop, Swarthmore, PA. (March 31, 2012).

Imhoof, D. M., “Becoming a Nazi Town: Culture and Political Change Between the World Wars in Göttingen.” German Studies Association, Louisville, KY. (September 24, 2011).

Imhoof, D. M. (Chair), “New Approaches to the Kaiserreich.” German Studies Association, Louisville, KY. (September 24, 2011).

 

Liu, Lisong (Assistant Professor)

Liu, L. “Emigration and State Making: China in Comparative Perspective, 1842–1955.” Social Science History Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. (November 20, 2011).

Liu, L. “Return Migration and Selective Citizenship: A Study of Chinese Professional Migrants From the United States.” Journal of Asian American Studies. (2012).

 

McMillin, Linda A. (Professor)

McMillin, L. A. “Saving Pagan Babies.” Commonweal. CXXXIX(6), 30. (2012).

McMillin, L. A. “Through the Looking Glass: Faculty to Administration.” Chronicle of Higher Education, LVIII(9), A104. (2011).

McMillin, L. A. (Presenter & Author), Krieger, M. (Presenter & Author), Manning, S. (Panel Organizer), & Richard, D. S. (Presenter & Author). “Reflecting on Reflection: Assessment of Student Learning in a Required Re-Entry Course.” Forum on Education Abroad, Standards of Good Practice Institute, Denver, CO. (March 21, 2012).

 

Slavishak, Edward S. (Associate Professor)

Slavishak, E. S. “Embedded: William Gedney and the Feel of Big Rock.” Affective Landscapes, Identity, Conflict and Representation Research Centre, University of Derby, Derby, UK. (May 25, 2012).
Slavishak, E. S. “Largely Inaccessible: Belonging in West Virginia Whitewater, 1965–1975.” American Society for Environmental History, Madison, WI. (March 31, 2012).

Slavishak, E. S. “Control of the Approach: Hiking and Belonging.” Appalachian Studies Association, Indiana, PA. (March 24, 2012).

Slavishak, E. S. “Loveliness, but With an Edge: Looking at the Smokies, 1915–1945. Journal of Social History, 45(4). http://jsh.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2012/03/13/jsh.shr154.full?keytype=ref&ijkey=hodXnUOH9Nc6YW1. (Summer 2012).

Slavishak, E. S. “Nowhere: The Look of Landscapes After Coal.” Pennsylvania Historical Association, Johnstown, PA. (October 14, 2011).

 

Weaver, Karol K. (Associate Professor)

Weaver, K. K. “The History of Gambling in the Anthracite Coal Region.” Northumberland County Historical Society, Sunbury, PA. (May 17, 2012).

Weaver, K. K. “It’s the Union Man That Holds the Winning Hand.” Pennsylvania Historical Association, Johnstown, PA. (October 2011).

Weaver, K. K. “Review of Gender and the Making of Modern Medicine in Colonial Egypt by Hibba Abugideiri.” Nursing History Review 20, 226–227. (2012).

Weaver, K. K. “Surgery, Slavery, and the Circulation of Knowledge in the French Caribbean.” Slavery and Abolition. (2012).

Weaver, K. K. “Fashioning Freedom: Slave Seamstresses in the Atlantic World.” Journal of Women’s History, 24(1), 44–59. (2012).

Weaver, K. K. Medical Caregiving and Identity in Pennsylvania’s Anthracite Region, 1880–2000. University Park, PA: Penn State Press. (2011).

Weaver, K. K. “Pregnancy.”In The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Social History. Oxford University Press. (2012).

Weaver, K. K. “Review of Health and Medicine in the Circum-Caribbean, 1800–1968 by Juanita De Barros, Steven Palmer, and David Wright.” Nursing History Review 19, 221–222. (2011).

 

 

2010-11 academic year

 

Fourshey, Catherine C. (Associate Professor)

MacArthur Foundation Grant. “HASTAC Digital Media and Learning,” $150,000.00.

Fourshey, C. Cymone (Presenter & Author). “Reconsidering Gender in African and African Diasporic Teaching and Research.” The State of African American and African Diaspora Studies: Methodology, Pedagogy, and Research, Schomburg Center for Research, New York City CUNY Graduate Studies Center. (January 6, 2011).

Fourshey, C. Cymone (Presenter & Author). “Well Behaved Women: Hospitality as an Identity Marker.” African Studies Association, San Francisco, CA. (November 16, 2010).

 

Imhoof, David M. (Associate Professor)

Imhoof, D. M. “The Blue Angel and Brown Culture: The Politics of Reception in the University Town of Göttingen.” In John Williams (Ed.), Revisiting Weimar Culture (pp. 49–72). New York, NY: Palgrave-Macmillan. (2011).

Imhoof, D. M. (Presenter & Author). “Rhythm/Fest/Politics: The Meaning of Sharpshooting and Music Festivals in Weimar and Nazi Germany.” Popular Culture/American Culture Association Conference, San Antonio, TX. (March 23, 2011).

Imhoof, D. M. (Chair). “Social Practices and the Local: National Socialism and the GDR.” German Studies Association Conference, Oakland, CA. (October 8, 2010).

Imhoof, D. M. (Presenter & Author). “Voices on the Screen and Off: Musical Film as Consumed Gesamtkunstwerk, 1930s–1950s.” German Studies Association Conference, Oakland, CA. (October 9, 2010).

 

Liu, Lisong (Assistant Professor)

Liu, L. (Presenter & Author). “Professional Migrants and Local Integration: Chinese New Migrants in Minnesota.” Annual American Historical Association Conference, Boston, MA. (January 9, 2011).

 

McMillin, Linda A. (Professor)

McMillin, L. A. “Hrotsvit of Gandersheim.” In John Tolan (Ed.), Christian Muslim Relations, A Bibliographical History, Vol. 2 (pp. 293–297). Leiden: Brill. (2010).

 

Munoz, Maria L. (Assistant Professor)

Munoz, M. L. (Presenter & Author). “¿Es Esto la Revolución?: El Lenguaje de la Revolución en el Primer Congreso Nacional de Pueblos Indígenas, 1975.” XIII Reunion de Historiadores de Mexico, Estados Unidos y Canada, Colegio de Mexico, Queretaro, Mexico. (November 29, 2010).

Munoz, M. L. “Forging Destiny: Populism, Indigenismo, and Indigenous Mobilization in Echeverria’s Mexico.” In Amelia M. Kiddle and Maria L. O. Munoz (Eds.), Populism in 20th Century Mexico: The Presidencies of Lazaro Cardenas and Luis Echeverria. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press. (2010).

Munoz, M. L., & Kiddle, A. M. “Introduction: Lazaro Cardenas, Luis Echeverria, and Revolutionary Populism.” In Amelia M. Kiddle & Maria L. O. Munoz (Eds.), Populism in 20th Century Mexico: The Presidencies of Lazaro Cardenas and Luis Echeverria. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press. (2010).

Kiddle, A. M., & Munoz, M. L. (Eds.). Populism in 20th Century Mexico: The Presidencies of Lazaro Cardenas and Luis Echeverria. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press. www.uapress.arizona.edu/BOOKS/bid2246.htm. (2010).

 

Slavishak, Edward S. (Associate Professor)

Slavishak, E. S. (Presenter & Author). “Largely Inaccessible: (Not) Belonging in West Virginia Whitewater, 1965–1975.” Ohio Academy of History Meeting, Granville, OH. (April 8, 2011).

Slavishak, E. S. “Review of James L. Flannery, The Glass House Boys of Pittsburgh: Law, Technology, and Child Labor.” Bloomington, IN: Journal of American History. (2010).

 

Weaver, Karol K. (Associate Professor)

Weaver, K. K. “Review of Mary Breckinridge: The Frontier Nursing Service and Rural Health in Appalachia.” Nursing History Review, 18: 230–231. (2010).



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