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Faculty Bibliography 2001


College of Liberal Arts Faculty Bibliography 2001

January 1 - December 31, 2001
(Updated 7/26/2002)

I. Faculty Awards and Honors, Executive Leadership Positions, and Board Memberships--International, National and Regional

II. Faculty Awards and Honors, Executive Leadership Positions, and Board Memberships--State and Local

III. Books

IV. Book Chapters, Refereed Articles, Essays, Stories, Poems, and Other Works

V. Scholarly Papers, Presentations, and Readings--National, Regional, and State

VI. External Grants, Contracts, and Program Funding

VII. Editorship of Journals and Membership on Editorial Boards--International, National, Regional, and State

VIII. Mentors for Graduate Student Papers, Published Work, or Awards--International, National, Regional, and State

IX. Mentors for Undergraduate Student Papers, Published Work, or Awards--International, National, Regional, and State

I. Faculty Awards and Honors, Executive Leadership Positions, and Board Memberships—International, National, and Regional

English

Beebe, Sue. Who’s Who in America

Busby, Mark. Vice President, Texas Institute of Letters

Busby, Mark. Vice President, South Central Modern Language Association

Cassells, Cyrus. Featured poet, Napa Valley Writers Conference. Napa, CA

Chavkin, Allan. Executive Board, Saul Bellow Society

Gilb, Dagoberto. Board Member, PEN New Mexico

Gilb, Dagoberto. National Advisory Board Member, Nuestra Palabra MFA Initiative

Lebetter, Kathryn. Board of Directors, Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States

Mejía, Jaime. “Community and Mexican American Students of Composition: Papeles de Honor.” Ninth Annual Kenneth Burke Lecture, Pennsylvania State University. State College, PA

Pohl, Patsy. International Who’s Who of Professional and Business Women

Roth, Elizabeth. Member, Board of Directors, American Poetry and Literacy Project

Roth, Elizabeth. Secretary/Treasurer, American Studies Association of Texas

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. Member, Executive Committee, Milton Society of America


Geography


Butler, David R. Co-Organizer, 2001 Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium

Butler, David R. Outstanding Recent Accomplishments Award, Mountain Geography
Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers

Butler, David R. Chair, Mountain Geography Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers

Earl, Richard A., Executive Committee and Alumni Chair for Gamma Theta Upsilon,
International Geography Honor Society

Estaville, Lawrence E. National Board of Directors, Applied Geography Conferences

Fitzsimons, Dennis E. Board of Directors, Cartography/Geographic Information Society, American Congress on Surveying and Mapping

Fonstad, Mark A. Winner, 2001 Graduate Student Paper Competition, Geomorphology Specialty Group, Association of the American Geographers

Kimmel, James R. Executive Committee, Desert Southwest Cooperative Ecosystem Study Unit

Kimmel, James R. Awarded status of Certified Interpretive Guide and a Certified Interpretive Trainer by the National Association for Interpretation

Macey, Susan M. Chair, Energy and Environment Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers

Macey, Susan M. Panelist, National Science Foundation; Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering; Division of Experimental and Integrative Activities; Information Technology Workforce Program

Petersen, James F. Executive Board, National Council for Geographic Education

Petersen, James F. Member, George J. Miller Award Committee, National Council for Geographic Education

Shelley, Fred M. Member, National Council, Association of American Geographers

Stea, David. Fellow, Lozano Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas

Stea, David. Keynote Presentation, Septimo Congreso de Psicología Ambiental. San Sebastian, A Coruña, Spain

Stea, David. Organizing Committee Member, Environmental Design Research Association

Stea, David. Honored as Founding Member by Environmental Design Research Association at Annual Meeting

Tiefenbacher, John P. Chair, Hazards Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers

Tiefenbacher, John P. Treasurer, Southwest Division of the Association of American Geographers

Zhan, F. Ben. Delegate, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science


History

Andrews, Gregg. NEH Fellowship for College Teachers and Independent Scholars for research project, “Hard Times in Texas: Labor, Culture and the Great Depression”

Brandimarte, Cynthia. Executive Board, National Council on Public History

Bynum, Victoria. Advisory Board, Lincoln Prize Committee. Gettysburg, PA

Bynum, Victoria. Executive Council, Southern Association of Women Historians

Bynum, Victoria. Recipient of The Howard Thurman Lecture Series Honorarium for presentation, “Unruly Women.” Stetson College. DeLand, FL

Bynum, Victoria. Recipient of The University Forum Lecture Series Honorarium for presentation, “Revisiting the Free State of Jones.” University of Southern Mississippi. Hattiesburg, MS

Garner, Lydia. Executive Council, World History Association

McWilliams, James. Winner of the Walter Muir Whitehill Prize from the Colonial Society of Massachusetts in Early American History


Modern Languages

Echeverría, Miriam. Member, Organizing Committee of the Delegate Assembly, Modern Language Association

Fischer, Robert. Executive Director, Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO)

Locklin, Blake. Member, Executive Council, Latin America and the Pacific Rim Section, Latin American Studies Association

Galvan, Roberto. President, Commission of Lexicography, North American Academy of the Spanish Language


Political Science


Balanoff, Howard. Vice President and Member, National Executive Board, National Consortium of Certified Public Managers

Gorman, Robert F. NEH Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Humanities, SWT

Grasso, Ken. Pew Study Group on Politics and the Problem of Human Nature

Grasso, Ken. Second Vice President, Board of Directors, Society of Catholic Social Scientists

Hull, Terry. Legislative Representative, South Central Region, American Association for Paralegal Education

Hull, Terry. National Committee for Annual Conference, American Association for Paralegal Education

Wright, Walter. President, Association of Attorney-Mediators


Psychology

Davis, John. President, Southwestern Psychological Association

Davis, John. Psi Chi National Vice President, Southwestern Region

Ginsburg, Harvey. Scholarship Award, Lindesmith Center (Division of Open Society Institute), New York

Osborne, Randall E. President, Council of Teachers of Undergraduate Psychology

 

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II. Faculty Awards and Honors, Executive Leadership Positions,
and Board Memberships—State and Local

English

Allison, Libby. Faculty Advancement Center Technology Institute, SWT

Allison, Libby. Program for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, SWT

Beebe, Sue. College of Liberal Arts Golden Apple Award for Service, SWT

Beebe, Sue. Presidential Award for Excellence in Service, SWT

Beebe, Sue. Trustee, San Marcos CISD Board of Education

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. Program for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, SWT

Cassells, Cyrus. Spring poetry mentor, Gemini Ink. San Antonio, TX

Gravitt, Sandra. Secretary, Friends of the Library, Seguin-Guadalupe County Public Library

Hankins, June. 2001 Mariel M. Muir Excellence in Mentoring Award, SWT

Hennessy, Michael. 2001 Summer Commencement Speaker, Graduate College and College of Liberal Arts, SWT

Hennessy, Michael. Everette Swinney Award for Excellence in Teaching, SWT

Hennessy, Michael. Piper Professorship, Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation

Holt, Elvin. Program for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, SWT

Holt, Elvin. Secretary and Member of Board of Directors, Calaboose African American History Museum

Lochman, Daniel. College of Liberal Arts Golden Apple Award for Teaching, SWT

Peirce, Kathleen. College of Liberal Arts Golden Apple Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity, SWT

Peirce, Kathleen. Poetry Fellowship, Austin Writers’ League

Peirce, Kathleen. Presented The Presidential Seminar, SWT

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. Member of Executive Committee, Texas Faculty Association

Tilka, Susan. Chair, Ethics Review Board, City of San Marcos

Wilson, Miles. Poetry Fellowship, Texas Commission on the Arts/Writers’ League of Texas Poetry

Wilson, Steve. President, Friends of the San Marcos Public Library

Wilson, Steve. Sigma Tau Delta “Outstanding Professor in English” Award

Geography

Augustin, Byron D. Favorite Professor Award, Alpha Chi National Honor Society, SWT (11 consecutive years)

Augustin, Byron D. Deputy Director, Texas Committee on U.S.-Arab Relations

Augustin, Byron D. Favorite Professor Award, Alpha Delta Pi Scholarship, SWT

Boehm, Richard G. Co-coordinator, Texas Alliance for Geographic Education

Brown, Brock J. Favorite Professor Award, SWT

Brown, Brock J. International Studies Program Professor of the Year, SWT

Brown, Brock J. Texas State Board for Educator Certification, Test Development Committee

Larsen, Robert D. Board of Directors, Texas Chapter of The American Planning Association

Larsen, Robert D. Education Foundation Board, Texas Chapter of The American Planning Association

Macey, Susan M. SWT Representative, Texas Geographic Information Council
Showalter, Pamela S. Planning and Zoning Commission. Wimberley, TX

History

Andrews, Gregg. Favorite Professor Award, Alpha Chi National Honor Society

Bargeron, Carol. College of Liberal Arts Golden Apple Award for Teaching, SWT

De la Teja, Frank. Admitted to membership, Texas Institute of Letters

De la Teja, Frank. Fellow, Texas State Historical Association

Etienne-Gray, Tracé. Alkek Technology Institute – Advanced Learners

Etienne-Gray, Tracé. Merrick Curriculum Development Grant

Menninger, Margaret. Outstanding Professor of the Year, Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Zeta Chapter

Pohl, James. Fellow, Mosher Institute for Defense Studies, Texas A&M University

Pohl, James. Fellow, Texas State Historical Association

Wilson, James. Executive Council, Texas State Historical Association

Philosophy

Carson, Jo Ann. Board of Directors, Campus Christian Community

Carson, Jo Ann. Chair, Price Lecture Committee

Political Science

Balanoff, Howard. Donald Stone National Award for Service to the Public Administration Profession from the American Society for Public Administration

Brittain, Vicki. State Bar of Texas, Standing Committee on Legal Assistants

De Soto, Bill. Member Board of Directors, San Marcos League of Women Voters

De Soto, Bill. Member, San Marcos Planning and Zoning Commission

Hindson, Ted. Executive Committee, Hays County Republican Party

Hindson, Ted. Member, San Marcos Charter Review Commission

Hull, Terry. State Bar of Texas, Standing Committee on Legal Assistants

Mihalkanin, Ed. Member, San Marcos City Council

Mihalkanin, Ed. President, LBJ Museum of San Marcos

Mihalkanin, Ed. President, Museum Associations of San Marcos

Shields, Patricia. Executive Board, Central Texas Region, National Association of
Schools of Public Affairs and Administration

Shields, Patricia. Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching, SWT

Stouffer, Bill. Chair, Texas Common Cause

Wright, Walter. Director and National Liaison, Central Texas Chapter of the Association of Attorney-Mediators

Psychology

Frost, Chris. Honors Professor of the Year, SWT

Frost, Chris. Paws Preview Honored Professor

Ginsburg, Harvey. College of Liberal Arts Golden Apple Award for Service, SWT

Osborne, Randall E. P.A. Mack Award for Distinguished Service to Teaching, Indiana University

Osborne, Randall E. Trustees Award for Excellence in Teaching, Indiana University East

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III. Books

Anthropology

McGee, R. Jon. Watching Lacandon Maya Lives. Boston: Allyn & Bacon

Nanda, Serena and Warms, Richard L. Cultural Anthropology. 7th edition. Belmont, California: Wadsworth

English

Beebe, Sue. (with Steven A. Beebe and Mark V. Redmond) Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others 3e. Boston: Allyn and Bacon

Beebe, Sue. (with Steven A. Beebe) Public Speaking: An Audience-Centered Approach 4e. FlexChoice Version. Boston: Allyn and Bacon

Busby, Mark. Fort Benning Blues. Fort Worth: TCU Press

Busby, Mark. Co-ed. Heaberlin, Dick. From Texas to the World and Back: Essays on the Journeys of Katherine Anne Porter. Fort Worth: TCU Press

Chavkin, Allan. The Chippewa Landscape of Louise Erdrich. Digital form for netLibrary

Chavkin, Allan. Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony: A Casebook. New York: Oxford University Press

Gilb, Dagoberto. The Magic of Blood. London: Atlantic UK

Gilb, Dagoberto. Woodcuts of Women. New York: Grove Press

Grimes, Tom. THE WORKSHOP: Seven Decades from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Paperback edition. New York: Hyperion

Heaberlin, Dick. Co-ed. Busby, Mark. From Texas to the World and Back: Essays on the Journeys of Katherine Anne Porter. Fort Worth: TCU Press

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth, ed. Life Writings. 2 vols. The Early Modern Englishwoman: A Facsimile Library of Essential Works, 1500-1750, Series II. Printed Writings, 1641-1700, Part I. Aldershot: Ashgate

Geography

Augustin, Byron D. Bolivia: Enchantment of the World. Danbury, CT: Children’s Press A Division of Scholastic, Inc.

Estaville, Lawrence E., ed., and Augustin, Byron D., assoc. ed. School Atlas of Texas. Austin, TX: W. S. Benson and Company

Nostrand, Richard L. and Estaville, Lawrence E., eds. Homelands: A Geography of Culture and Place Across America. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press

Knuepfer, Peter and Petersen, J.F., eds. Geomorphology in the Public Eye, The 30th Binghamton Symposium in Geomorphology, International Series. Binghamton, NY: Elsevier

Shelley, Fred M., Archer, J. Clark, Lavin, Stephen J., and Martis, Kenneth C. Atlas of American Politics, 1960 2000. Washington, DC: CQ Press

History

Bynum, Victoria. The Free State of Jones: Mississippi’s Longest Civil War. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press

De la Teja, Frank, co-ed. The Human Tradition in Texas. Wilmington: Scholarly Resources Press

Modern Languages

Forrest, Jennifer and Koos, Leonard, eds. Dead Ringers: The Remake in Theory and Practice. New York: State University of New York

Political Science

Gorman, Robert. Great Debates at the United Nations: An Encyclopedia of Fifty Key Issues, 1945-2000. New York: Greenwood Press.

Psychology

Osborne, R.E. Resource Manual to Accompany Of Children, Child Development Textbook. Belmont: Wadsworth

 

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IV. Book Chapters, Refereed Articles, Essays, Stories, Poems, and Other Works

Anthropology

Bousman C. Britt. “The Houston Potential Archaeological Liability Map: A Critical Review.” Houston Area Geoarcheology: A Framework for Archeological Investigation, Interpretation, and Culture Resource Management in the Houston Highway District. Archeological Studies Program, Report 27, Environmental Affairs Division, Texas Department of Transportation. 220-225

Bousman C. Britt and Paul Goldberg. “Rejecting Complexity: For Thousands of Years Hunter-Gatherers Returned to a Single Texas Site.” Scientific American Discovering Archaeology 3:1. 66-71

Juarez, Ana M. “Four Generations of Maya Marriage: What’s Love Got to Do with It?” Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies 22:2. 131-153

English

Allison, Libby. “The Politics of Technology and English Departments: The Machine in the Language Community.” ERIC database (electronic scholarship)

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “Eating Drinking, Men and Women.” Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls. Ed. Pomerance, Murray. State University of New York Press

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “Faculty Member Reflects on Efforts to Improve First-Year Retention.” FYE: Newsletter of the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. University of South Carolina

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “Worldwide Women: What I Learned During My Fulbright Year in Senegal.” Newsletter for Advancement for Women in Higher Education. Vol. 7, No. 2

Blair, John. “Mexico and the Borderlands in Cormac McCarthy’s All the Pretty Horses.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 42. 301-307

Cassells, Cyrus. “Sally Hemings to Thomas Jefferson.” The Best of Callaloo: Poetry, A Special 25th Anniversary Issue. John Hopkins Press

Chavkin, Allan. “Louise Erdrich’s Antelope Wife.” Storylines America. Vol. III. Audiotape, American Library Association

Gilb, Dagoberto. “About Tere Who Was in Palomas.” Pushcart Prize Stories XXVI: Best of the Small Presses

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Birthday.” Latino Writers in the U.S.: A High School Reader. Boston: McDougal Litell (Houghton Mifflin)

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes.” Harper’s. June

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Documenting the Undocumented.” Los Angeles Times. July 5 and San Antonio Express-News. July 15

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Found Art: Boystown.” Essay, San Antonio Express-News. June 3

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Hollywood!” Short Fiction: Classical and Contemporary 5e. Prentice-Hall

Gilb, Dagoberto. “I Knew She Was Beautiful.” The Beacon Best of 2001: Great Writing by Women and Men of All Colors and Cultures. Boston: Beacon Press

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Look on the Bright Side.” The Longman Anthology of Short Fiction. New York: Longman Books

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Maria de Covina.” The New York Times Book Review. Online edition. January 21

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Mi Mommy.” Las Mamis. Paperback edition. Vintage Español. May

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Mi Mommy.” Las Mamis. Spanish edition. Vintage Español. May

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Northeast Direct.” The Fourth Genre: Contemporary Writers of/on Creative Nonfiction 2e. New York: Longman Books

Gilb, Dagoberto. “A Painting in Santa Fe.” The Santa Fean. May

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Pride.” Essay, Austin American-Statesman. April 22

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Pride.” Catalog of the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum’s opening exhibit, “It Ain’t Braggin’ If It’s True.” April

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Pride.” The Texas Observer. May 24

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Romero’s Shirt.” The Grove Press Reader 1951-2001. Grove Press

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Romero’s Shirt.” Inside Out/Outside In. Boston: Houghton Mifflin

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Un Grito de Tejas.” San Francisco Chronicle. September 16

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Victoria” Best American Essays. Japanese edition

Hanson, Susan. “A Knowledge as Heavy as Lead.” Story Circle Journal. May

Hanson, Susan. “Icons of Loss and Grace.” ISLE (Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment). Summer

Hanson, Susan. “Let’s Talk About Interviewing.” r•t•w: the magazine for reading•thinking•and writing. November

Hanson, Susan. “Liturgy and Space.” The Church News. July

Hanson, Susan. “What is Dust.” Northern Lights. Spring

Hanson, Susan. “Why Write About Nature?” Getting Over the Color Green. University of Arizona Press

Heaberlin, Dick. “Across Dawn’s Edge.” New Texas 2000 (published 2001). University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

Hennessy, Michael. Twenty-six sentence outlines in “Resources for Teaching.” A World of Ideas 6e. Bedford/St. Martin’s

Jackson, Rebecca. (with Chris Burnham) “Experience and Reflection in Multiple Contexts: Teaching TAs the Artistry of Professional Practice.” Preparing College
Teachers of Writing: Histories, Theories, Practices, and Programs. Ed. Liggett, Sarah and Pytlik, Betty. Oxford UP

Jones, Roger. “The Boy in the Dark.” Crab Creek Review. Autumn/Winter

Jones, Roger. “Cucumbers.” Janus Head. Winter

Jones, Roger. “Flounder Fishing Near the Refineries” and “In Hurricane Country.” 2Rivers. Winter

Jones, Roger. “Hauling Hay” and “Farm Club.” Oklahoma Review 1:2. Fall/Winter 2000-01

Jones, Roger. “Part of a Folk Tale” and “Kite Festival.” 2Rivers 5:3. Spring

Jones, Roger. “Reading the Dream” and “Losing My Wallet.” Red River Review. May

Jones, Roger. “The Umbilical.” Danforth Review. July

Laird, Edgar. “Pèlerin de Prusse.” Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers

Ledbetter, Kathryn. “Domesticity Betrayed: The Keepsake Literary Annual.” The Victorian Newsletter 99. Spring

Morrison, Susan S. (with Joan Baker) “Langland and the Luxury of Gender: The Merchant’s Tale and Piers Plowman B.IX.” Reprint in William Langland’s Piers Plowman: A Book of Essays

Morrison, Susan S. “Table Manners.” Mothering Magazine. November/December

Nelson, Claudia. “Drying the Orphan’s Tear: Changing Representations of the Dependent Child in America, 1870-1930.” Children’s Literature 29

Nelson, Claudia. “Girls’ Fiction.” Girlhood in America: An Encyclopedia. Ed. Formanek-Brunell, Miriam

Nelson, Claudia. “Nontraditional Adoption in Progressive-Era Orphan Narratives.” Mosaic 34.2. June

Olson, Marilynn. “Golliwogg Books.” Cambridge Guide to Children’s Books in English. Cambridge University Press

Peirce, Kathleen. “After Po Chu-I” and “Tokens.” The Iowa Review

Randolph, Robert. “October Day.” The Wallace Stevens Journal. Vol. 25, No. 1

Randolph, Robert. “Of the MAR and Mountain Rivers.” The Mosaic. Vol. 8, No. 2

Randolph, Robert. “Under Sycamores.” Tucumcari Literary Review. Vol. 14, No. 5

Randolph, Robert. “Wool Coat.” Zuzu’s Petals (online journal)

Rosenberg, Teya. “Clark, Catherine Anthony” and “Nichols, Ruth.” The Cambridge Guide to Children’s Books. Ed. Watson,Victor

Rosenberg, Teya. “Magical Realism and Children’s Literature: Diana Wynne Jones’s Black Maria and Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children as a Test Case.” Papers: Explorations into Children’s Literature 11.1. April

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. “Early Political Prose.” A Companion to Milton. Ed. Corns, Thomas N.

Spindler, Elisa. “Four Questions.” Tampa Review 22. Spring/Summer

Spindler, Elisa. “Jane in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.” Beloit Poetry Journal 51.4. Summer

Wilson, Miles. “The Promise Keepers.” The Oregonian. April

Wilson, Miles. “Shit.” The Massachusetts Review 42.1. Spring

Wilson, Steve. “Clear Night, After a September Storm.” The Christian Century.
September 12-19

Wilson, Steve. “Middle of Summer.” Texas Poetry Calendar 2002 (2001)

Wilson, Steve. “Part.” What Have You Lost? Ed. Nye, Naomi Shihab

Wilson, Steve. “Plane Crash,” “Textuality,” and “Poem for Allen Ginsberg.” Journal of Literature and Aesthetics. India. July

Wilson, Steve. “Reading Kerouac, Yorkshire.” American Diaspora: Poetry of Displacement. Ed. Suarez and Van Cleave

Wilson, Steve. “A Rondel for Spring.” The Christian Science Monitor. May 30

Wilson, Steve. “A Rondel for Spring.” Poem of the Month, June 2001, Christian Science Monitor Electronic Edition

Geography

Augustin, Byron D. and Bailey, Mike. “Adobe Bricks: Building Blocks of the Southwest.” Middle Level Learner. National Council for the Social Studies. Washington, DC. Fall

Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise, Berry, Kate A., and Showalter, Pamela Sands. “Should Flood Insurance Be Mandatory? Insights in the Wake of the 1997 New Year’s Day Flood in Reno, Nevada.” Applied Geography 21

Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise and Pimpler, D. Eric. “Real Estate Values in Houston, Texas, Following a Major Flood Occurrence: An Application of the Tobin-Newton-Montz Concepts of Flood-Induced Changes in Urban Land Values.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 24

Boehm, Richard G. and Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise. “Environmental Issues in World Geography: A Problem-Solving Approach.” The Social Studies Texan 92, No. 1

Boehm, Richard G. and Estaville, Lawrence E. “A Model for Geography Department Recruitment of Minority Students.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 24

Boehm, Richard G. and Hume, Susan. “A Rationale and Model for a Scope and Sequence in Geographic Education, Grades K-12.” The Social StudiesTexan 92, No. 1

Boehm, Richard G., Peterson, James F., and Rutherford, David. “Teaching and Learning the Location and Place Geography of Middle America.” Pennsylvania Geographer 39, No. 2

Boehm, Richard G. and Wridt, Pamela. “The Influence of Environmental Exploration on Geographic Performance Among Adolescents: A Gender and Cross-Cultural Analysis.” International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 9, No. 3

Butler, David R. “Environmental Change and Physical Geography.” Physical Geography 22, No. 5

Butler, David R. “Geomorphic Process-Disturbance Corridors: A Variation on a Principle of Landscape Ecology. Progress in Physical Geography 25, No. 2

Butler, David R. “Zoogeomorphology.” Oxford Companion to the Earth. Eds. Hancock, Paul L. and Skinner, Brian J. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press

Butler, David R., and Wilkerson, Forrest D. “Hazardous Ice Jams in Northwestern Montana: Their Prediction and Effects on the Landscape.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 24

Baer, Leonard D. and Butler, David R. “Space-Time Modeling of Grizzly Bears.” Geographical Review 90, No. 2

DeChano, Lisa M. and Butler, David R. “Analysis of Public Perception of Debris Flow Hazard.” Disaster Prevention and Management 10, No. 4

Dixon, Richard W. “Bioclimatological Considerations for Military Basic Training.” The Scope of Military Geography: Across The Spectrum From Peacetime To War. Eds.

Palka, Eugene J. and Galgano, Francis A. Jr. New York: McGraw Hill

Dixon, Richard W., Butler, David R., and McAfee, Kate. “The Use of Remotely Sensed Imagery as a Pedagogic Tool for Natural Hazards Education.” Geocarto International 16, No. 3

Dixon, Richard W. and Fitzsimons, Dennis E. “Toward a Quantified Hurricane Vulnerability Index for Texas Coastal Counties.” Texas Journal of Science 53, No. 4

Earl, Richard A. and Wood, Charles R. “Upstream Changes and Downstream Effects of the San Marcos River in Central Texas.” Texas Journal of Science 54, No. 1

Estaville, Lawrence E. “Nouvelle Acadie: The Cajun Homeland.” Homelands: A Geography of Culture and Place Across America. Eds. Nostrand, Richard L. and

Estaville, Lawrence E. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press

Nostrand, Richard L. and Estaville, Lawrence E. “Free Land Dry Land, Homeland.” Homelands: A Geography of Culture and Place Across America. Eds. Nostrand,

Richard L. and Estaville, Lawrence E. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press

Prosperie, L. F. and Eyton, J. R. “The Relationship Between Brightness Values from a Nighttime Satellite Image and Texas County Population.” Southwestern Geographer 4

Kimmel, James R. “Interpretive Geography: A Texas Hill Country Example.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 24

Petersen, James F. “Geomorphological Lessons in Roadcuts, Quarries and Other Artificial Exposures.” Geomorphology in the Public Eye. Eds. Knuefer, Peter and

Petersen, James F. The 30th Binghamton Symposium in Geomorphology, International Series

Petersen, James F. “Humans and the Environment” (excerpt from introductory chapter for Essentials of Physical Geography). Reprinted in Expectations: A Reader for Developing Writers. Eds. Ingalls, Anna and Moody, Dan. Boston and New York: Allyn and Bacon/Longman

Petersen, James F. “San Antonio – Environmental Crossroads on the Texas Spring Line.” On the Border: An Environmental History of San Antonio, Texas. Ed. Miller, Char. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press

Shelley, Fred M., Bean, Lydia Lorraine, and Shaw, Stephanie J. “SWT Geography: From the Texas Hill Country to International Recognition.” Southwestern Geographer 5

Showalter, Pamela and Archuleta, Christy-Ann. “Using GIS to Estimate Flood Risk to Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations in Brazoria County, Texas.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 24

Solem, M. N. “Barriers and Pathways to International Collaborative Learning on the Internet.” Proceedings of the IGU-CGE Helsinki Symposium on Innovative Practices in Geographical Education. Eds. Houtsonen, L. and Tammilehto, M. Helsinki, Finland: Department of Geography, University of Helsinki

Solem, M. N. “Choosing the Network Less Traveled: Perceptions of Internet-Based Teaching in College Geography.” The Professional Geographer 53, No. 2

Solem, M. N. “A Scoring Guide for Assessing Issues-Based Geographic Inquiry on the Web.” Journal of Geography 100, No. 2

Solem, M. N. “Using Geographic Information Systems and the Internet to Support Problem-Based Learning.” PLANET: Journal of the National Subject Centre for Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences. Special Edition II

Solem, M.N. and Taylor, A. H. “Fire Regimes and Stand Dynamics on an Upper Montane Forest Landscape in the Southern Cascades, Caribou Wilderness, USA.” Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 128

Stea, David. “El ‘Cordon’ y la ‘Region Beige’ Introduccion.” Sociotam 10, No. 1

Stea, D., Elguea, S., and LeFebre, M. “La Teoria Ecologica, Mapeo Universal, y la Cognicion Ambiental Aplicada.” Psicologia y Medio Ambiente. Ed. Garcia-Mira, R. A Coruña, Spain: Editorial Universitario

Stea, D., Pinon, M., Middlebrook, N., Eckert, V., and Blaut, J.M. “Place and Space Learning: The Geography and Environment of Young Children.” Children’s Ways of Knowing: Learning Through Partnerships. Eds. Robertson, M. and Gerber, R. Canberra, Australia: Australian Council for Educational Research
Tiefenbacher, John P. “Factores Exógenos, Sistemas Abiertos y los SIG’s en la Investigación en Salud Ambiental en la Frontera (Exogenous Factors, Open Systems, and GIS for Environmental Health Research in the Borderlands).” Revista Internacional de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades (International Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities) Sociotam 10, No. 1

Tiefenbacher, John P. “It’s in the Water – Rio Grande ‘Brew’ and the Past, Present, and Future of Water Quality in the Lower Rio Grande Valley.” Fluid Arguments: Five Centuries of Western Water Conflict. Ed. Miller, Char. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press

Tiefenbacher, John P., Butler, David R., and Shuey, Michelle. “A Spatial Evaluation of Cougar-Human Encounters in U.S. National Parks: The Cases of Glacier and Big Bend National Parks.” Proceedings. 6th Mountain Lion Workshop

Zhan, F. B. “Approximate Characterization of Topological Relations Between Fuzzy Regions and Their Corresponding Linguistic Descriptions.” Systems Analysis Modelling Simulation 41, No. 1

Zhan, F. B. “Childhood Cancer Clusters in New Mexico, 1973-1997.” Southwestern Geographer 5

Zhan, F. B. “A Fuzzy Set Model of Approximate Linguistic Terms in Descriptions of Binary Topological Relations Between Simple Regions.” Soft Computing in Defining Spatial Relations. Eds. Sztandera, L. and Matsakis, Pascal. Heidelberg, Germany: Physica-Verlag

Zhan, F. B. “GIS for Air Quality: It’s a Particulate Matter.” Geospatial Solutions 11, No. 5

Zhan, F. B. “How Much is Region Q Covering Region R – ‘A Little Bit,’ ‘Somewhat,’ or ‘Nearly Completely?’” Proceedings of SVUG01: A Joint COSIT-FOIS Workshop on Spatial Vagueness, Uncertainty and Granularity. Eds. Cristani, Matteo and Bennett, Brandon. Ogunquit, ME

Zhan, F. B. and Martin, I. “Locating a Multiple-Institution Teaching Center in North Austin, Texas.” Papers and Proceedings of Applied Geography Conference 24

History

De la Teja, Frank. “‘A Fine Country with Broad Plains – The Most Beautiful in New Spain,’ Colonial Views of Land and Nature.” San Antonio: An Environmental History. Ed.
Miller, Char. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press

De la Teja, Frank. “‘Only Fit for Raising Stock’: Spanish and Mexican Land and Water Rights in the Tamaulipan Cession.” Fluid Arguments: Water in the American West. Ed.

Miller, Char. Tucson: University of Arizona Press

De la Teja, Frank. “St. James at the Fair: Religious Ceremony and Civic Boosterism on the Colonial Mexican Frontier.” The Americas 57, No. 3. January
McWilliams, James. “Work, Family, and Economic Improvement in the Massachusetts Bay Region: The Case of Joshua Buffum.” The New England Quarterly. September (Winner of the Walter Muir Whitehill Prize in Colonial History)

Yick, Joseph. “August 1948, a Month of Significance: The Acceleration of the Guomindang’s Collapse in Urban China.” Journal of the Southwest Conference on Asian Studies. Vol. II

Yick, Joseph. “Communist-Puppet Collaboration in Japanese-Occupied China: Pan Hannian and Li Shiqun, 1930-43.” Intelligence and National Security 16:4. Winter

Modern Languages

Echeverria, M. “The Point of Desire and Death: Reading the Maids in Lorca.” Lorca, Buñuel, Dalí: Art and Theory. Eds. Morales, M. D. and Proust, A. J. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press

Forrest, Jennifer. “Aerial Misses and Spectating Messieurs: The Paradox of the Lady Acrobat in the French fin de siècle.” Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium. Ed. Raser, T. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press

Forrest, Jennifer. “Introduction.” Dead Ringers: The Remake in Theory and Practice. Eds. Forrest, J. and Koos, L. New York: State University of New York

Forrest, Jennifer. “The Moral Legacy of Les Mille et une nuits.” Nottingham French Studies 40:2

Forrest, Jennifer. “The ‘Personal’ Touch: The Original, the Remake, and the Dupe in Early Cinema.” Dead Ringers: The Remake in Theory and Practice. Eds. Forrest, J. and
Koos, L. New York: State University of New York

Forrest, Jennifer. “Remaking the Blue Veil: An Interview with Norman Corwin.” Dead Ringers: The Remake in Theory and Practice. Eds. Forrest, J. and Koos, L. New York: State University of New York

Forrest, Jennifer. “Sadie Thompson Redux: Postwar Reintegration of the Wartime Wayward Woman.” Dead Ringers: The Remake in Theory and Practice. Eds. Forrest, J. and Koos, L. New York: State University of New York

Galvan, Roberto. “Deuda Filial.” (poem) La Prensa. San Antonio, TX

Galvan, Roberto. “Dios te bendiga Henry B.” (poem) La Prensa. San Antonio, TX

Galvan, Roberto. “Forever Young.” (poem) San Marcos Daily Record. San Marcos, TX

Galvan, Roberto. “Los Sacramentos.” (poem) La Prensa. San Antonio, TX

Galvan, Roberto. “Night Thoughts.” (poem) San Marcos Daily Record. San Marcos, TX

Galvan, Roberto. “Propuesta Matrimonial.” (poem) La Prensa. San Antonio, TX

Galvan, Roberto. “Si yo me voy primero.” (poem) La Prensa. San Antonio, TX

Harney, Lucy. “Modernity as Anomie in Mario Vargas Llosa’s Conversacion en La Catedral and Guerra del fin del mundo.” Latin American Literary Review 29:58

Philosophy

Hanks, Craig and de Melo-Martin, Inmaculada. “Genetic Technologies and Women: The Importance of Social Context.” Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society. October

Raphael, Rebecca. “To Erato.” Able Muse. Spring

Raphael, Rebecca. “Intensive Greek.” Able Muse. Spring

Political Science

DeSoto, Willian, Tajalli, Hassan, and Hofer, Kay. “Health Care in Rural Texas.” Policy Studies Journal. Vol. 29, No. 1

Garofalo, Charles. (with Dean Geuras, Thomas Lynch, and Cynthia Lynch) “Applying Virtue Ethics to the Challenge of Corruption.” The Innovation Journal. February

Garofalo, Charles. “Globalization, Moral Justification, and the Public Service.” Global Virtue Ethics Review. Vol. 2, No. 4

Hofer, Kay. “Property Tax Abatement: A Case Study in Impact Measurement.” Public Budgeting and Finance. Eds. Khan, Aman and Hildreth, W. Bartley. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company

Hull, Terry L. “Promising Parallels: A Comparison and Contrast of the Physician Assistant and Paralegal Professions.” 17 Journal of Paralegal Education and Practice

Kens, Paul. Encyclopedia of New York State. Entry on Lochner v. New York. Syracuse University Press

Kens, Paul. Oxford Companion to American Law. Entries on Stephen J. Field, David Dudley Field, and Lochner v. New York

Wright, Walter. “Métodos Alternativos de Resolución de Conflictos: Experiencias Recientes a Nivel Federal.” (“Alternative Dispute Resolution in the United States: Recent Experiences at the Federal Level”) Mediacion: Formacion Y Algunos Aspectos Claves. Editorial Porrua and Universidad Anáhuac

Wright, Walter. “Novedades de los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica – No. 5.” El Acuerdo. Buenos Aires, Argentina

Psychology

Chapman, C.R., Nakamura, Y., Donaldson, G.W., Jacobson, R.C., Bradshaw, D.H., Flores, L.Y., Chapman, C.N. “Sensory and Affective Dimensions of Phasic Pain are Indistinguishable in the Self-Report and Psychophysiology of Normal Laboratory Subjects.” The Journal of Pain. Vol. 5, No. 5

Fitzgerald, E., Osborne, R.E., Rivard, T.J., Rains, J., and Watkins, M. “Beyond Parallel Play: Creating Interdisciplinary Collaborations.” Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference (51). Academic Chairpersons The 21st Century Department: New Challenges, New Solutions

Fling, S. “Stress Management and Conflict Resolution via the Way of Tea.” Japan Studies Association Journal 3

Mendez, R., Hulsey, T., and Archer, R. “Multiple Partners in the Age of AIDS: Self-Consciousness Theory and HIV Risk Behavior.” Current Psychology 20:4
Ogletree, S.M., Mason, B., Grahmann, T., and Raffeld, P. “Perceptions of Two Television Cartoons: ‘Powerpuff Girls’ and ‘Johnny Bravo.’” Communication Research Report. Summer 2001

Osborne, R.E. “Psychological Perspectives on Self and Identity.” Choice Reviews. January

Rosenberg, S.D., Hulsey, T.L., and Rosenberg, H.J. “The Language of Sexual Abuse: An Exploratory Lexical Analysis.” Journal of Trauma & Dissociation 1:3

Sociology

Anderson, Audwin L. and Hall, Larry D. “Equal Protection and Racial Exclusion.” Extraordinary Behavior. Eds. Peck, D. and Dolch, M. Praeger Press

Giuffre, Patti A., Murdoch, Maureen, Kressin, Nancy, Fortier, Larry, and Oswald, Lisa. “Estimating the Psychometric Properties of a Scale to Measure Medical Students’ Career-Related Values.” Academic Medicine 76

Terling-Watt, Toni. “Explaining Divorce: An Examination of the Relationship Between Marital Qualities and Divorce.” The Journal of Divorce 35:3/4

Terling-Watt, Toni. “Permanency in Kinship Care: An Examination of Disruption Rates and Factors Associated with Placement Disruption.” Children and Youth Services Review 23:2

Terling-Watt, Toni and Sharp, Susan. “Gender Differences in Strains Associated with Suicidal Behavior Among Adolescents.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 30:3

Terling-Watt, Toni, Sharp, Susan, Atkins, Leslie, Gilliam, Jay, and Sanders, Anna. “Purging Behavior in a Sample of College Females: A Research Note on General Strain Theory and Female Deviance.” Deviant Behavior 22:2

Trepagnier, Barbara. “Deconstructing Categories: The Exposure to Silent Racism.” Symbolic Interaction 24:2

 

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V. Scholarly Papers, Presentations, and Readings—National, Regional, and State

Anthropology

Bousman, C. Britt, Kerr, Anne C. and Collins, Michael B. “Reassessing the Chronological Position of Plainview Occupations in the Southern Plains.” Society for American Archaeology. New Orleans, LA

Bousman, C. Britt, Scott, L., and Nyakale, M. “Palynology of Holocene Deposits of the Central Platea of South Africa.” SASQUA meeting. Durban, South Africa

Garber, James F. “Maya Architectural Construction Methods: A Preclassic Example from the Site of Blackman Eddy, Belize.” Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, LA

Garber, James F., Brown, M. Katherine, and Hartman, Christopher J. “The Development of Middle Formative Public Architecture in the Maya Lowlands: The Blackman Eddy, Belize Example.” Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, LA

Garber, James F., Brown, M. Katherine and Reilly, F. Kent. “Architectural Complexity at the Site of Blackman Eddy, Belize: The Lowland Maya Define Themselves.” The Maya Meetings at Texas – The Coming of Kings: Writing and Rulership in Late Preclassic to Early Classic Southern Mesoamerica. Austin, TX

Glassmam, David M., Harris, J.A.K., and Bonor, J.L. “Paleopathology of the prehistoric Maya at Caves Branch Rock Shelter.” American Association of Physical Anthropologists. Kansas City, MO

Juarez, Ana M. “Discomforts and the Re-thinking of Borders.” American Anthropological Association. Washington, DC (Invited)

Juarez, Ana M. “Latina Sexuality: A Critique of Dominant Paradigms.” Gender on the Borderlands Conference, St. Mary’s University. San Antonio, TX

Juarez, Ana M. “(Re)Defining Latina Sexuality: Challenging Dominant Paradigms.” National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies Annual Conference. Tucson, AZ

Overdorff, D.J. and Erhart, Elizabeth M. “Social and Ecological Influences on Female Dominance in Day-Active Prosimian Primates.” American Association of Physical Anthropology. Kansas City, MO

English

Allison, Libby. “The Politics of Technology and Graduate Education: The Machine in the Language Community.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. Denver, CO

Allison, Libby. “The Teaching Technology Lunch Bunch: A Beta Campus Learning Community.” Lilly-Texas Conference on College & University Teaching. San Marcos, TX

Beebe, Sue. (with Patricia Margerison) “Integrating Oral Communication Skills into the English/Language Arts Classroom.” Texas Council of Teachers of English Annual Conference. Austin, TX

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “Film as a Radical Discipline.” Society for Cinema Studies Conference. Washington, DC

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “Postcolonial Politics and Senegalese Film: Moussa Toure’s TGV.” Society for Cinema Studies Conference. Washington, DC

Blair, John. “Running Away.” South Central Modern Language Association. Tulsa, OK

Blair, John. “Trash Fish.” Southwest American Popular Culture Association Conference. Albuquerque, NM

Cassells, Cyrus. Featured poet. Austin International Poetry Festival. Austin, TX

Cassells, Cyrus. National Poetry Month reading. Central Texas College. Killeen, TX

Cassells, Cyrus. Panel moderator. “Poetry in a Time of War.” Texas Book Festival. Austin, TX

Cassells, Cyrus. Poetry lecture: “For the Catalan Keeper of The Flame, On the Life and Poetry of Salvador Espriu.” Napa Valley Writers Conference. Oakville, CA

Cassells, Cyrus. Poetry reading. Gemini Ink. San Antonio, TX

Cassells, Cyrus. Poetry reading. Napa Valley Writers Conference. Oakville, CA

Cassells, Cyrus. Poetry reading. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Cassells, Cyrus. Poetry reading. The Writers Garret. Dallas, TX

Cassells, Cyrus. Poetry workshop: “The A-Ha: Poetry as Self-Revelation.” Gemini Ink. San Antonio, TX

Cassells, Cyrus. (five-day) Poetry workshop: Napa Valley Writers Conference. Oakville, CA

Chavkin, Allan. “Atlas’s Bellow: Is He for Real?” American Literature Association. Cambridge, MA

Chavkin, Allan. “The Genesis of a Native American Novel: Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony and the Archival Evidence.” Pacific Ancient & Modern Language Association. Santa Clara, CA

Chavkin, Allan. “Skepticism and the Depth of Life in Saul Bellow’s The Old System.” American Literature Association. Cambridge, MA

Clark-Oates, Angela. “‘An Innocent Girl from the Bogs of Ireland’: Overcoming Victimization in Post-Modern Ireland.” Women’s Studies Conference: Women and the Law. Milwaukee, WI

Falcon, Melissa. “Wagon Train – A History of Landscapes.” Hays Historic Commission. Kyle, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Panelist. (with Julia Alvarez and Denise Chávez) National Association of Hispanic Journalists Conference, Phoenix, AZ

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Barbara’s Bookstore. Chicago, IL

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Barnes & Noble. Dallas, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Barnes & Noble. El Paso, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Barnes & Noble, 6th Avenue. New York, NY

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Boise NPR. Boise ID

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Book People. Austin, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Borders Books & Music. Albuquerque, NM

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Borders Books & Music. Santa Fe, NM

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Borders Books & Music. Tucson, AZ

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Borders Books & Music. Washington, D.C.

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Borders Bookshop. Philadelphia, PA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Capitola Book Café. Santa Cruz, CA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Changing Hands Bookstore. Tempe, AZ

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. A Clean, Well-Lighted Place. San Francisco, CA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. (with Tonantzin Canestraro-Garcia and Raul Salinas) Continental Club. Austin, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Cultura Latina Bookstore. Long Beach, CA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Dallas PBS. Dallas, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center. San Antonio, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. El Paso Community College. El Paso, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. El Patio Restaurant. Las Cruces, NM

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Fresh Air. Philadelphia, PA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Housing Works Books. New York, NY

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Houston NPR. Houston, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. The Hudson Valley Writers Center. Sleepy Hollow, NY

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. KBOO. Portland, OR

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. KUNM. Albuquerque, NM

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. KUSP. Santa Cruz, CA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Log Cabin Literary Series. Boise, ID

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. (with Grove/Atlantic writers Candice Bushnell and Mark Bowden) Los Angeles Times Book Festival. Los Angeles, CA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Martinez Books and Art. Santa Ana, CA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. (with James Gammon and Cheech Marin) The Met Theater. Los Angeles, CA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Midnight Special Bookstore. Santa Monica, CA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Minnesota NPR. Minneapolis, MN

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. The NewsHour, Bookworm. Santa Monica, CA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. (with Rick Bass, Simon Ortiz, Ofelia Zepeda, Scott Simon,
Denise Chávez, Denis Johnson, Tim Seibles, Luci Tapahonso, Luís Rodriguez) Northern Arizona Book Festival. Flagstaff, AZ

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. The Noon Hour. Philadelphia, PA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. NPR Weekend Edition. Austin, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Prairie Lights Bookstore. Iowa City, IA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. (with Denise Chávez) Printer’s Row Book Fair. Chicago, IL

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. The Ruminator Bookstore. Minneapolis, MN

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Syracuse University. Syracuse, NY

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Tattered Cover Bookstore. Denver, CO

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Teatro Bilingue de Houston. Houston, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Texas Library Association. San Antonio, TX

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Twenty-Third Avenue Books. Portland, OR

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. University of California-Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara, CA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. University of Iowa Writer’s Workshop. Iowa City, IA

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. University of Nebraska. Lincoln, NE

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. WYNC (New York NPR)

Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading and panelist. (with Elena Maria Viramontes, Carmen Tafolla, and artist César Martínez) “La Union del Pueblo.” Mexican American Studies Conference. Boise, ID

Gilb, Dagoberto. Writer-in-Residence. (with Robert Coover, Paula Vogel, Amy Bloom, Ron Carlson, Colum McCallum, Sandra Gilbert, Josip Novakovich) Summer Literary Seminar in St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, Russia

Grimes, Tom. “New World.” Full-length play, MET Theatre. Los Angeles, CA

Grimes, Tom. Panelist. “Inside Publishing.” Texas Book Festival. Austin, TX

Grimes, Tom. Reading. THE WORKSHOP. Barnes & Noble. Austin, TX

Hanson, Susan. Reading. “Instructed by a Seed.” Association for the Study of Literature and Environment
Conference. Flagstaff, AZ

Jackson, Rebecca. “Context, Collaboration, and the Politics of Identity.” University of Colorado-Denver

Jackson, Rebecca. “‘I Don’t Talk to Blacks’ or, Contextual Constraints on Peer Writing Groups in the Prison College Classroom.” SWT, Texas Christian University, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, Elmhurst College

Ledbetter, Kathryn. “Literary Annuals and Victorian Women Writers.” Conference on 18th and 19th Century British Women Writers. Lawrence, KS

Ledbetter, Kathryn. “Persian Lovers and Faithful Servants: Imperialism in Literary Annuals.” Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States. Los Angeles, CA

Ledbetter, Kathryn. “Scandal as Commodity: Fraser’s ‘Calumniated Woman.’” Sigma Tau Delta, SWT

Leder, Priscilla. “Dead Letters: The Limits of Regionalism in Chopin’s ‘Elizabeth Stock’s One Story.’” Popular Culture/American Culture Association Convention. Philadelphia, PA

Lochman, Daniel L. “Dungy Ale: Appetite and Indeterminacy in John Skelton’s ‘Tunnynge of Elynour Rummynge’” Sixteenth Century Studies Conference. Denver, CO

Lochman, Daniel L. “‘Mishaps…Maistred by Advice Discrete’: Teaching The Faerie Queene.” Spenser Society, Modern Language Association. New Orleans, LA

Margerison, Patricia. (with Sue Beebe) “Listening and Speaking: Integrating Oral Communication Skills and Strategies in the English Language Arts Classroom.” Texas Council of Teachers of English Annual Conference. Austin, TX

Mejía, Jaime. “From Philosophy to Mexican American Literature.” Philosophy Department’s Great Books class, University of North Texas. Denton, TX

Mejía, Jaime. Featured speaker: “They Could Be Giants: Gregorio Cortez, Carmen Lomas Garza’s Familias, and Spy Kids.” Pennsylvania State University Rhetoric and Composition Conference, “American Ethnic Rhetorics.” State College, PA

Monore, Debra. Reading. University of Ohio. Columbus, OH

Monroe, Debra. Reading. Taos Writer’s Conference. Taos, NM

Morrison, Susan S. “Amendment, The Vernacular, and Pilgrimage in the Libro de Buen Amor.” Texas Medieval Association. San Antonio, TX

Morrison, Susan S. “Fourteenth-Century Pilgrimage Literature: Male Narrators and Queer Vernacular Encounters.” Modern Language Association. New Orleans, LA

Morrison, Susan S. “Legacy of Fourteenth-Century Literature: Structural Interplay Between The Canterbury Tales and On the Road.” 2001 Medieval Institute. Kalamazoo, MI

Morrison, Susan S. “Vernacular Integrity in Fourteenth Century Pilgrimage Literature: Amending Piers Plowman.” Southeastern Medieval Association. New Orleans, LA

Nelson, Claudia. “Connections and Discontinuities in a Progressive-Era Orphan Tale: From Sara Crewe to A Little Princess.” Children’s Literature Association. Buffalo, NY

Nelson, Claudia. “To Grandfather’s House We Go: The Domesticating of the Public Man in Victorian Periodicals.” Southern Conference on British Studies. New Orleans, LA

Olson, Marilynn. “Froëbel’s ‘The Bridge’: Mother-Song Meets Gilded Age.” Children’s Literature Association. Buffalo, NY

Randolph, Amy. Reading of poems from Cold Angel of Mercy. Texas Lutheran University. Seguin, TX

Ronan, Clifford. “The Greatness of Chapman’s Caesar.” 50th Annual South-Central Renaissance Conference. College Station, TX

Roth, Elizabeth. “South of the Sublime: Kant in Robert Penn Warren’s Dragon Country.” American Studies Association, Huntsville, TX

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. “Charles Stuart and the Slough of Despond.” Third Triennial International John Bunyan Society Conference. Cleveland, OH

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. “Classical Republicanism and the Essential Self in Milton’s Areopagitica.” Modern Language Association. New Orleans, LA

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. “Read and Be Read: Areopagitica and the Anxiety of the Public Self.” South-Central Renaissance Conference. College Station, TX

Wells, Kim. “Women Writers on the Web: a Roundtable of Web Editors and Contributors.” Society for the Study of American Women Writers. San Antonio, TX

Geography

Augustin, Byron D. “Bolivia: High In the Andes.” All Texas Geography Conference. Arlington, TX

Augustin, Byron D. “The Palestinian-Israeli Impasse: Has U.S. Policy Run Its Course?” Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine, National Press Club. Washington, DC

Augustin, Byron D. “Qatar: A Country Analysis.” Exxon/Mobil Seminar, Exxon/Mobil Headquarters. Houston, TX

Augustin, Byron D. “World Regional Geography: The Extinction of a Species.” International Symposium on Geographic Education: Theory, Research, and Practice, SWT. San Marcos, TX

Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise and D. Eric Pimpler. "Real Estate Values in Houston, Texas following a Major Flood Occurrence: An Application of the Tobin-Newton-Montz Concepts of Flood-Induced Changes in Urban Land Values." Applied Geography Conference, Ft. Worth, TX

Boehm, Richard G. “Standards-Based Social Studies.” U.S. DoDEA. Nashua, NH

Boehm, Richard G. “World Geography and World Cultures: Issues and Problem Solving.” Friends of Geography (FOG) Conference, Houston, TX

Boehm, Richard G. “World Geography: Teaching About the Environment Using Problem-Solving Approaches.” GeoTech Conference. Dallas, TX

Boehm, Richard G. and Estaville, Lawrence E. “A Model for Geography Department Recruitment of Minority Students.” Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Boehm, Richard G., Rutherford, David, and Foster, Ellen. “A Joint Geography/History Model for Teaching U.S. History.” Texas Council for Social Studies. Galveston, TX

Boehm, Richard G., Yingling, Barbara, Webb, Brenda, and Stoltman, Joseph. “A Scope and Sequence in Geographic Education, K-12.” National Council for Social Studies. Washington, DC

Brown, Brock J. “Geography in the Secondary Classroom.” Southern California Geographic Alliance. San Diego, CA (delivered electronically)

Brown, Brock J. “Step Up to Geography and Distance Graduate Study at Southwest Texas State University.” GeoTech. Dallas, TX

Butler, David R. “Exposed Solifluction Risers at Alpine Treeline and Possible Effects on Tree Advance.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Butler, David R. “Hazardous Ice Jams in Northwestern Montana: Their Prediction and Effects on the Landscape.” Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Butler, David R. “Lithologic, Structural, and Geomorphic Controls on Ribbon Forest Patterns.” 32nd Annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC

Dixon, Richard W. “Bioclimatological Considerations for Military Basic Training.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Dixon, Richard W. “Hazardous Waste.” Guest Lecturer United States Military Academy, Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering. West Point, NY

Dixon, Richard W., Herbert, Jonathan, and Cook, Jeff. “ENSO and Texas.” Applied Geography Conference. Ft. Worth, TX

Earl, Richard A. “Major Water Issues of South-Central Texas.” Bi-National Meeting sponsored by the Center for Texas-Mexico Applied Research. San Marcos, TX

Earl, Richard A. “San Antonio Adjusts to Edwards Aquifer Mandates.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Earl, Richard A. “San Antonio, Texas, Water Supply Options.” Applied Geography Conference. Ft. Worth, TX.

Estaville, Lawrence E. Chair and Moderator: “Distinguished Ethnic Geography Scholar.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Estaville, Lawrence E. “Geographic Education and the Health of the Discipline.” Annual Meeting of the National Council for Geographic Education. Vancouver, British Columbia

Estaville, Lawrence E. and Boehm, Richard G. “The Health of the Discipline: Department Indicators.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Fitzsimons, Dennis E. “Maps in Geographic Journals – Learning from Practical Lessons.” Annual Meeting of the North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS). Portland, OR

Fonstad, Mark A. “The Fusion of Distributed Hydrologic Modeling, Remote Sensing, and River Channel Change Prediction.” Applied Geography Conference. Ft. Worth, TX

Fonstad, Mark A. “The Instability of Classic Flood Assumptions: The Case of the 1999 Canadian River Flood.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Fonstad, Mark A. Invited Lecture: “Spatial Variation in the Power of Mountain Streams.” Binghamton Symposium in Geomorphology. Chapel Hill, NC

Fonstad, Mark A. and Marcus, W. A. “A General Theory of Riverbank Instability.” GSA Annual Convention, Boston, MA

Fonstad, Mark A. and Marcus, W. A. “Self-Organized Criticality as a General Principle of Riverbank Failure and Sediment Mobility.” AGU Annual Convention. San Francisco, CA

Kimmel, James R. “Ecology and Landscape Amenities on the Edwards Plateau.” Baylor University Department of Biology Symposium Series. Waco, TX

Kimmel, James R. “The Geography of Nature and Heritage Tourism.” Blinn College. Bryan, TX

Kimmel, James R. “Heritage Tourism.” Uvalde County Historical Society. Uvalde, TX

Kimmel, James R. “Interpretive Geography: A Texas Hill Country Example.” Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Kimmel, James R. “State Parks and Nature Tourism.” Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Parks Manager Conference. Kerrville, TX

Kimmel, James R. “Telling the Story of San Augustine – Interpretation as the Tourism Product.” The Historical San Augustine Conference sponsored by the Summerlee Foundation. San Augustine, TX

Larsen, Robert D. “Old Landfills And New Laws.” American Planning Association Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA

Larsen, Robert D. and Stephenson, Ronald J. “Borderlands Regional Environmental Enterprise Zone–Ideas Going to Waste.” Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Larsen, Robert D. and Stephenson, Ronald J. “Conducting The Closed Landfill Inventory For Texas: Past and Present.” Txswana 2001: A Waste Odyssey—Texas Solid Waste Association (Txswana) Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX

Larsen, Robert D. and Stephenson, Ronald J. “Development of a Borderlands Regional Environmental Zone (BREEZ) – Good Ideas Going to Waste.” Bi-National Cooperative Applied Research Planning Meeting, SWT. San Marcos, TX

Larsen, Robert D. and Ronald J. Stephenson. “Development of a REEZ – Regional Environmental Enterprise Zone.” 17th International Conference on Solid Waste Management and Technology, Widener University. Philadelphia, PA

Larsen, Robert D. and Stephenson, Ronald J. “Regional Environmental Enterprise Zones – Ideas Going to Waste.” American Planning Association Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA

Larsen, Robert D. and Vaughan, James W. “Valuing Landfills.” American Planning Association Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA

Lu, Yongmei. “Where Do the Vehicles Go? Investigating the Spatial Relationships Between Vehicle Theft and Recovery Locations.” Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Lu, Yongmei. “Where to Recover the Stolen Vehicles?” Fifth Annual International Crime Mapping Research Conference sponsored by the National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice. Dallas, TX

Macey, Susan M. “Horizons of Discovery: One Geographer’s Research Path.” National Science Foundation, Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences, Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences Division. Washington, DC

Macey, Susan M. “Living in the Shadow of Nuclear Energy in the United States.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Petersen, James F. “Map Use in World Geography.” Geotech. Dallas, TX

Petersen, James F. “Maps in the Classroom.” Texas Council for the Social Studies. Galveston, TX

Petersen, James F. “The World in Spatial Terms.” Texas Alliance for Geographic Education. Arlington, TX

Petersen, James F. and Stea, David. “Bi-National Research and Education in Environmental Geography, Southwest Texas State University.” Rio Bravo Association Conference. Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Ramspott, M. and Eyton, J. R. "Frequency-based Contextual Classification of Land Use/ Land Cover in Central Texas from Landsat Enhanced Thematic Mapper Panchromatic Data." American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Conference. Denver, CO

Solem, Michael N. “Barriers and Pathways to International Collaborative Learning on the Internet.” IGU-CGE Symposium on Innovative Practices in Geographical Education. Helsinki, Finland

Solem, Michael N. “Differential Adoption of Internet-Based Teaching Practices in College Geography.” AAG Annual Meeting. New York, NY

Solem, Michael N. “The Purpose of the International Network for Learning and Teaching Geography in Higher Education.” International Conference on Research in Geographic Education, SWT. San Marcos, TX

Solem, Michael N. “Step Up to Geography Distance Learning Master’s in Geographic Education.” Annual Meeting of the National Council for Geographic Education. Vancouver, British Columbia

Solem, Michael N. “Using Geographic Information Systems and the Internet to Support Problem-Based Learning.” Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers. Ft. Worth, TX

Solem, Michael N. “Using Inquiry to Teach Global Issues Internationally on the Web.” INLT Second Symposium. Plymouth, England

Stea, D. Chair of “Aspects of Behavior in Geographic Education.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Stea, D. “A New Center for Bi-National Applied Research.” Rio Bravo Association Conference, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

* Stea, D. and Kerkman, D.D. “Correcting Distortions in North American Spatial Imagery.” Annual Meeting of the National Council for Geographic Education. Vancouver, British Columbia

* Stea, D. and Kerkman, D.D. “La cooperacion ambiental global y los estereotipos internacionales.” International Environmental Psychology Conference. San Sebastian, Pais Vasco, Spain

* Stea, D. and Kerkman, D.D. “Mexico esta en Suramerica y el Rio Bravo mide casi 3,000 km.” International Environmental Psychology Conference. San Sebastian, Pais Vasco, Spain

* Stea, D., Kerkman, D.D., Flores, L., Brown, N.R., Friedman, A., and Agosto, V. “Measuring and Dispelling Misconceptions about Our Next-Door Neighbors.” Annual Conference of the Texas/World Health Organization Collaborating Center. Austin, TX

* Stea, D., Kerkman, D.D., Pinon, M.F., and Middlebrook, N. “Learning Behavior and Mapping Behavior in Early Childhood and Adolescence.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Stea, D. and Peet, Richard J. Co-chair and Moderator: “AAG Jim Blaut Memorial Session.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Stea, D. and Petersen, J.F. “Bi-National Research and Education in Environmental Geography, Southwest Texas State University.” Rio Bravo Association Conference. Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Tiefenbacher, John P. “A 450-Year Historical Geography of Flood Hazard, Risk and Mitigation in Guanajuato, Mexico.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Tiefenbacher, John P. “The Influence of Hazards and Disasters on Places: Studies in Natural and Technological Hazards” Colloquium, Centro de Investicación en Geografía y Geomática (CentroGeo), Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACyT). Mexico City, Mexico. (invited)

Tiefenbacher, John P. and Shuey, Michelle. “The Political Geography of the Puma in the Western United States: 19th Century Fears in the 21st Century.” Western Section of the Wildlife Society Annual Conference. Sacramento, CA

Tiefenbacher, John P. and Shuey, Michelle. “Pursuits or Chance Encounters? Temporal and Spatial Behaviors of People and Puma in Big Bend National Park, Texas, U.S.” Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Zhan, F. B. “Cancer Mortality Pattern in Texas.” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Zhan, F. B. “Locating a Multiple-Institution Teaching Center in North Austin, Texas.” Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

History

Andrews, Gregg. “Insane Sisters.” Missouri State Archives. Jefferson City, MO

Andrews, Gregg. “Writing Local History with Court Records: The Case of Ilasco’s Insane Sisters.” Missouri Supreme Court Historical Society Annual Dinner. Jefferson City, MO

Bargeron, Carol. “Middle Eastern Cities as a Mirror of Islâm.” World History Institute, San Antonio College. San Antonio, TX
Brennan, Mary. Chair/Commentator: “Variations on a Theme: Post-World War II Conservatism.” Organization of American Historians Annual Conference. Los Angeles, CA

Bynum, Victoria. “Revisiting the Free State of Jones.” The University Forum Lecture Series, University of Southern Mississippi. Hattiesburg, MS

Bynum, Victoria. Session Chair: “Coloring Outside the Lines: Reconstructing Race in Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century United States.” American Historical Association Annual Meeting. Boston, MA

Bynum, Victoria. “Unruly Women.” The Howard Thurman Lecture Series, Stetson College. DeLand, FL

De la Teja, Frank. “Ferias de Comercio en Saltillo.” La Frontera Norte de México-Texas, Coloquio de Historia, Colegio Coahuilense de Investigaciones Históricos, Instituto Coahuilense de Cultura, and Presidencia Municipal de Monclova. Monclova, Mexico

De la Teja, Frank. “Juan N. Seguín: Hero of the Texas Revolution.” The A. R. Sánchez Sr. Distinguished Lecture Series, Texas A&M International University. Laredo, TX

De la Teja, Frank. “The Seguíns of Texas: The Generations of Spanish and Mexican Texas History.” Teaching of History Conference, in conjunction with the World History Association of Texas Fall Meeting, University of North Texas. Denton, TX

Dunn, Dennis. Chair/Commentator: “Religion in Russia.” American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies. Washington, DC

Dunn, Dennis. Commentator, Associated Press, on Bush and Putin meeting. (quoted extensively in national and international Associated Press reports)

Garner, Lydia. “NAFTA, MERCOSUL, ALCA: Vantagems e Desvantagems para o Brasil.” ESG, Escola Superior de Guerra, Rio de Janeiro; ECEMAR, Escola de Comando e Estado-Maior da Aeronáutica, Rio de Janeiro; CEBRES, Centro Brasileiro de Estudos Estratégicos. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Hart, Paul. “Rebellion and Reform: Local History and National Consciousness.” Southwestern Council of Latin American Studies. Santa Fe, NM

Makowski, Elizabeth. “Cum ex eo, Sancta Romana and Tertiaries.” International Medieval Congress (MCI). Leeds, UK

Menninger, Margaret. “Cultural Philanthropy in Nineteenth-Century Leipzig.” Philanthropy, Patronage and Urban Politics: Transatlantic Transfers Between Europe and North America in the 19th and 20th Century (Symposium). Toronto, Canada

Pohl, James. “Recent Developments in Civil War Historiography Pertaining to Union and Confederate Strategies.” Civil War Round Table, Houston, TX

Modern Languages

Champion, James. (co-presenter) “Libra Becomes Gemini.” CALICO 2001, University of Central Florida. Orlando, FL

DiMauro-Jackson, Moira. “Dancing the Deconstructive Dance: Working Class Struggles.” South Central Modern Language Association. Tulsa, OK

Echeverría, Miriam. “Ciudad, memoria y marejada en la obra de Gianina Braschi.” South Central Modern Language Association. Tulsa, OK

Echeverría, Miriam. “El espacio del sueño y del deseo en el teatro de Picasso.” Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, New York University. New York, NY

Echeverría, Miriam. “La Mirada y el desanclaje: escritura de los 80 en poetas dominicanas.” Poetic Discourses at Play, University of California. Irvine, CA

Echeverría, Miriam. “Mirada y marejada en la obra de Braschi.” Tercer Coloquio Nacional Sobre las Mujeres, Universidad de Puerto Rico. Cayey, Puerto Rico

Echeverría, Miriam. “Tango, Buenos Aires, Borinsky.” Latin American Studies Association. Washington, DC

Fischer, Robert. “Consulting Services: Who Needs Them.” Panel Discussion, IALL Biennial Conference, Rice University. Houston, TX

Fischer, Robert. “Gemini and Multimedia Authoring.” IALL Biennial Conference, Rice University. Houston, TX

Fischer, Robert. “Inductive and Deductive Learning in Technological Environments.” Center for Educational Technology, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT

Fischer, Robert (co-presenter). “Libra Becomes Gemini.” CALICO 2001, University of Central Florida. Orlando, FL

Fischer, Robert. “Multimedia Authoring.” Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Colorado. Boulder, CO

Fischer, Robert. “Noncommercial Authoring Systems: Design and Use.” Panel discussion, CALICO 2001, University of Central Florida. Orlando, FL

Fischer, Robert. “Publishing Research in Computer-Assisted Language Learning.” American Association of Applied Linguistics. St. Louis, MO

Fischer, Robert. “Tech Talk.” The Northeast Conference. Washington, DC

Fischer, Robert. “Technology: Tool or Method.” Satellite teleconference funded by Culpepper Foundation and Rockefeller Brothers Foundation, organizer Washington and Lee University, uplinked from Duke University. Durham, NC

Fischer, Robert. “Multimedia Authoring and the Foreign Language Teaching Profession.” University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, NM

Forrest, Jennifer. “Blue Bloods and Saltimbanques: Strange Fin-de-Siècle Aristocracies.” Modern Language Association. New Orleans, LA

Forrest, Jennifer. “Félicien Cahmpsaur’s Lulu, roman clownesque and the Aesthetics of the Fin-de-Siècle Circus.” The 27th Annual Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, University of Wisconsin. Madison, WI

Gragera, Antonio. “Limitations in Typological Studies: A Case for the Spanish Subjunctive.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. Lexington, KY

Gragera, Antonio. “Linguistic Competence in Bilingual Speakers.” Modern Language Association. New Orleans, LA

Harney, Lucy. “Controlling Resistance, Resisting Control: Popular Theatre in Late-Nineteenth Century Madrid.” Midwest Modern Language Association. Cleveland, OH

Locklin, Blake. “At Home in Japan? Travel, Migration, Identity.” Latin American Studies Association XXIII International Congress. Washington, DC

Locklin, Blake. “Negotiating Technologies: Peruvians in Japan.” Conference on Ibero-American Culture and Society: Latin American Literature, Technology, Ideology, University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, NM

Lugones, Nestor. “Methods of Research on Medieval Spanish Literature.” University of Texas Pan American. Edinburg, TX

Martin, Carole. “‘A même de beaucoup de livres d’histoires, de relations de voyages, de comedies, de romans’, ou la representation polyphonique à l’assaut de la Révélation chez Robert Challe.” 32nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies. New Orleans, LA

Martin, Carole. "Time versus Space: Notes from a Cursory List of Titles in Eighteenth-Century French Fiction."
32nd Annual Meeting of the Mid-Western American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of Iowa. Iowa City, Iowa

Martin, Carole. “The Demise of Confinement in Prévost’s Histoire d’une Grecque moderne: A Case Study of the Invention of Modern Space.” 15th Annual DeBartolo Conference on Eighteenth-Century Invention, University of South Florida. Tampa, FL

Philosophy

Fulmer, C. Lynne. “Deadly Subversion: The Real Beef about Advertising.” New Mexico and West Texas Philosophical Society. Las Vegas, NM

Fulmer, C. Lynne. “Utopian Dreams/ Dystopian Reality: Advertising at the Millennium.” Society for Utopian Studies. Buffalo, NY

Fulmer, Gilbert. “The Jews and the Resurrection.” New Mexico and West Texas Philosophical Society. Las Vegas, NM

Fulmer, Gilbert. “Utopian Planning: Popper and the Possibility of Prediction.” Society for Utopian Studies. Buffalo, NY

Geuras, Dean. “Aristotle and Moral Luck.” Conference on Value Inquiry. Tulsa, OK

Gordon, Jeffrey. “Buddha, Socrates, Jesus: The Quest for Perennial Wisdom.” Inaugural Lecture of the "Last Lecture Series" St Mary’s University. San Antonio, TX

Gordon, Jeffrey. “The Power of the Image in Film: A Phenomenological Investigation.” American Society for Aesthetics. Santa Fe, NM

Gordon, Jeffrey. “The Rape of Time: On the Occlusion of the Spiritual Quest in the Present Age.” Fifteenth Annual National Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists, School of Visual Arts. New York, NY

Hanks, Craig. “Economics and the Theory of ‘Moral Sentiments’ in Adam Smith.” Mid-South Philosophy Conference. Memphis, TN

Hanks, Craig. “On the Supposed Duties and Dangers of Genetic Enhancement.” Biannual Conference of the International Society for Philosophy and Technology. Aberdeen, Scotland

Hanks, Craig. “What is Explained by Genetics? Some Questions About the Nature of Scientific Explanations in Comparative Genetics.” Biannual Conference of the International Society for Philosophy and Technology. Aberdeen, Scotland

Hutcheson, Peter. “Sartre on Freedom in Being and Nothingness.” Southwestern Philosophical Society. Dallas, TX

Joy, Glenn. “Ballots in the Belfry: Lewis Carroll and Voting Fairness.” New Mexico West Texas Philosophical Society. Las Vegas, NM

Luizzi, Vincent. “Freedom and Adjudication in People’s Courts: Case Studies in China and Alaska.” 20th World Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR). Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Luizzi, Vincent. “Putting the Screws to the Retributivists and the Utilitarian – Deterrence Theorists.” New Mexico West Texas Philosophical Society. Las Vegas, NM

Raphael, Rebecca. “And the Deaf Shall Hear: Religious Responses to Cochlear Implantation.” American Academy of Religion. Denver, CO

Raphael, Rebecca. “Crying Out in the Streets: Justice and Wisdom Personified.” Southwest Commission on Religious Studies AAR. Irving, TX

Raphael, Rebecca. “Thinking About Visions: Historicity and Authority.” Southwest Commission on Religious Studies SBL. Irving, TX

Political Science

Brittain, Vicki. “Decreasing Attorney Fee Awards Based on Failure to Delegate Billable Hour Tasks to Paralegals.” American Association for Paralegal Education Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX

Garofalo, Charles. “The Public Administrator as Moral Agent: Ethics, Agency, and Public Choice.” 25th International Congress of Administrative Sciences. Athens, Greece

Gorman, Robert. “Cornwell’s Calumnies: When Ellipses become…[l]…es.” Society of Catholic Social Scientists, Ave Maria Law School. Ann Arbor, MI

Grasso, Ken. “Beyond the Individual-State-Market Grid: Social Pluralism, Subsidiarity and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.” Society of Catholic Social Scientists. Ann Arbor, MI

Grasso, Ken. “Post-Christian Times and the Culture of Life.” Society of Catholic Social Scientists. St. Louis, MO

Hull, Terry. Panel Moderator: “Substantive Laws That Impact the Paralegal Profession.” American Association for Paralegal Education Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX

Kens, Paul. “The Texas Supreme Court and the Scramble for the State’s Public Domain.” Western Political Science Association. Las Vegas, NV

Shields, Patricia. “Globalization and Its Implication for Curriculum Reform: The Case of Southwest Texas State University.” NASPAA Annual Conference. Washington, DC

Shields, Patricia. “Step by Step: Building a Research Paper.” American Society for Public Administration Annual Conference. Newark, NJ

Shields, Patricia. “The United States Experience with Women in the Military: Historical Perspectives and Current Experiences” Women in the Austrian Armed Forces Seminar. National Defense Academy, Institute of Defense Pedagogics. Vienna, Austria

Ward, Kenneth. “Democracy and the Rule of Law.” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA

Wright, Walter. “Bilingual and Spanish Mediations.” Association for Conflict Resolution. Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Wright, Walter. “Med-Arb Techniques and Clauses in the Commercial Arena.” Association for Conflict Resolution. Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Psychology

Carpenter, D.N. “Meditation, Hypnosis and Relaxation Training.” Sertoma Club and National Student Speech, Language, Hearing Association (NSSLHA), SWT. San Marcos, TX

Czyzewska, M. (with P. Lewicki) “Styles of Nonconscious Intelligence.” Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behavior Conference organized by Society for the Study of AISB (SSAISB). University of York, UK

Davis, J. M. “Attitude Similarity, Ethnic Identity, and Social Support.” Texas/World Health Organization Annual Meeting. Austin, TX (invited)

Davis, J. M. Chair: “Cultural Differences in Emotional Expressiveness and Relationship Satisfaction.” Teaching and Researching Cross-Cultural and Cultural Psychology Symposium, 47th Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association. Houston, TX

Davis, J. M. “Maximizing Your Value for the Graduate Admissions Committee.” Getting in and Staying in Graduate School, a symposium conducted at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA

Fling, S. “Peace Psychology and Women’s Issues.” Conference of the International Society for Intercultural Studies and Research. Calcutta, India

Fling, S. “Research and Training in Peace Psychology.” Conference of the International Society for Intercultural Studies and Research. Calcutta, India

Flores, L.Y., Crixell, S., Friedman, B.J., and Rodriguez, A. “Effectiveness of Texas 5-A-Day Week Program for Low-Income Mexican American Children in Texas.” Poster presentation Texas Dietetic Association Conference. Houston, TX

Flores, L.Y., Crixell, S.H., Friedman, B.J., and Rodriguez, A. “No Time for Good Nutrition: Assessing the Texas 5-A-Day Nutrition Program in Two School Districts Serving Primarily Low-Income Minority Students.” Poster presentation Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Conference. Seattle, WA

Frost, C.J. “The Microethics of Moral Sadism: A Call to Arms on the Global Plight of Children as Seen Through the Lens of Romanian Orphanages.” Annual Conference of the Association for Integrative Studies. Roanoke, VA

Ginsburg. H.J. “D.A.R.E.’s Dirty Deeds.” Symposium, Ditching D.A.R.E. 1st Lindesmith Center Conference on Drug Policy for the New Millenium. Albuquerque, NM (invited)

Hulsey, T. “The Role of the Sciences in an Honors Program.” Annual Meeting of the National Collegiate Honors Council. Chicago, IL

Kerkman, D.D., Friedman, A. and Brown, N. R. “A Cross-National Comparison of Biases in Subjective North American Geography.” Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Orlando, FL

* Kerkman, D.D. and Stea, D. “Correcting Distortions in North American Spatial Imagery.” National Council for Geographic Education. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

* Kerkman, D.D. and Stea, D. “Learning Behavior and Mapping Behavior in Early Childhood and Adolescence.” Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

* Kerkman, D.D. and Stea, D. “Mexico esta en Suramerica y el Rio Bravo mide casi 3,000 km.” International Environmental Psychology Conference. San Sebastian, Pais Vasco, Spain

* Kerkman, D.D. and Stea, D. “Thinking Big: Understanding Problems of Continental and Global Scale.” Invited paper presented at a Bi-National Applied Research Meeting convened by the Center for Texas-Mexico Applied Research, SWT. San Marcos, TX

* Kerkman, D.D., Stea, D., Brown, N. R., and Friedman, A. “A Mexican Mental Map of North America.” Colloquium presented to a meeting of the Center Texas-Mexico Applied Research, Geography Department, SWT. San Marcos, TX

Mendez, R. V. “Allocentric Public Self-consciousness in Latino Men with Multiple Sexual Partners.” Poster presented at the 13th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Society. Toronto, Canada

Mendez, R.V. “Empathy, Public Self-Consciousness and High Risk Sexual Behaviors.” Teaching and Researching Cross-Cultural and Cultural Psychology Symposium, 47th Annual Convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association. Houston, TX

Mendez, R.V. “High Risk Sexual Behaviors in Latinos: Empathy as a Moderator of Risk.” Texas/World Health Organization Annual Meeting. Austin, TX

Osborne, R.E. “How to Manage Relationship Barriers.” “Workforce Development – Welfare to Work” Program Richmond, IN (invited)

Osborne, R.E., and Barton-Kriese, P. “Think-Pair-Chair: Mentoring the Teaching of Distance Education Courses.” Panel presentation for Chair’s Conference. Orlando, FL

Osborne, R.E., Fitzgerald, E., Watkins, M., and Rains, J. “Building Bridges Not Burning Them: Fostering Interdisciplinary Projects and Cooperation.” Panel presentation for Chair’s Conference. Orlando, FL

Osborne, R.E., and Wagor, W.F. “Developing Assessable Objectives for Courses: Moving From Talking About Assessment to Doing Assessment.” Workshop for the Annual Conference for Teachers of Psychology: Ideas and Innovations. Ellenville, NY

Osborne, R.E. and Wagor, W.F. “Developing Assessable Objectives for Programs: Assessment Beyond Courses.” Workshop for the Annual Conference for Teachers of Psychology: Ideas and Innovations. Ellenville, NY

Wheeler, R.W. and Wright, Loyd. “Student Evaluation of Teaching.” The National Technology and Social Science Conference. Las Vegas, NV

Sociology

Anderson, Audwin. “The Persistent Nature of Institutional Discrimination in the Selection of Juries,” Southern Sociological Society. Baltimore, MD

Anderson, Audwin and Hall, Larry. “Gender Equity and Title IX,” Mid South Sociological Association. Mobile, AL

Giuffre, Patti. Organized session on Gender and Sexuality in Organizations, American Sociological Association. Anaheim, CA

Johnson, Sue. “The Texas Organic Grower’s Association: Who We Are, What We’ve Done and Where We Might Be Going.” Southwest Rural Sociological Association. Ft. Worth, TX

Majumdar, Debarun. Session Organizer on Applications of Demography and Related Techniques, North Central Sociological Association. Louisville, KY

Trepagnier, Barbara. “Inverting Feminist Standpoint Theory,” American Sociological Association. Anaheim, CA

Terling-Watt, Toni and Wilder, Esther. “Parental, Cultural, and Economic Determinants of Adolescent Sexual Behavior,” Population Association of America. Atlanta, GA


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VI. External Grants, Contracts, and Program Funding

Anthropology

Bousman, C. Britt. An Archaeological Assessment of Lot 16, River Ridge Industrial Park, SWT. $2,145

Bousman, C. Britt. An Archaeological Assessment of the Satterwhite Property, SWT. $4,607

Bousman, C. Britt. An Archaeological Assessment of Schulle Park, San Marcos. City of San Marcos, TX. $4,382

Bousman, C. Britt. Archaeological Investigations at Bobcat Stadium, SWT. $2,494

Bousman, C. Britt. Archaeological Survey and Shovel Testing at San Marcos Hall, SWT. $1,348

Bousman, C. Britt. Archaeological Survey of the San Marcos CISD Lot. San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District. $3,261

Bousman, C. Britt. Archaeological Testing at the Satterwhite Apartments, SWT. $8,187

Bousman, C. Britt. Trench Monitoring at the SWT President’s House, SWT. $3,610

Bousman, C. Britt and Kerr, Anne. A Quantitative Analysis and Classification of Paleoindian Projectile Points from Texas and Surrounding Areas. Texas Archeological Society. $1,000

Bousman, C. Britt and Nickels, David. Archaeological Assessment of City Park, San Marcos. City of San Marcos, TX. $2,402

Bousman, C. Britt and Nickels, David. Archaeological Assessment of Sites at Camp Swift. Texas Army National Guard. $84,348

Bousman, C. Britt and Nickels, David. Archaeological Survey of Camp Mabry. Texas Army National Guard. $30,902

Bousman, C. Britt and Nickels, David. Archaeological Survey of the L7 Ranch. Texas Army National Guard. $117,876

McGee, R. Jon. Folk Medicine and Herbal Healing Among the Lacandon Maya, SWT. $7,475

Overdorff, D.J. and Erhart, Elizabeth M. The Evolution of Female Dominance and Feeding Priority in Lemurid Primates. National Science Foundation. $230,000

English

Busby, Mark. Southwestern Regional Humanities Center, National Endowment for the Humanities. $378,900

Grimes, Tom. Katherine Anne Porter House, Angel Foundation. $60,000

Geography

Augustin, Byron D. Educational Grant, Aramco Services Company. Houston, TX. $2,000
Boehm, Richard G. Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education, Sid Richardson Foundation. $80,000

Boehm, Richard G. Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, National Geographic Society Educational Foundation. $25,000

Boehm, Richard G. Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, State of Texas. $50,000

Boehm, Richard G. and Estaville, Lawrence E. Geography Summer Academy for Minority Students, National Geographic Society Education Foundation. $15,000

Boehm, Richard G. and Zhan, F.B. High-Tech Workforce Training for Youth: Geospatial Information Technology, Texas Workforce. $293,000

Butler, David R. A Comparison of Public Awareness and Perceptions of Hazards in a Hazard-prone Landscape, Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center Quick Response Grant. $2,575

Butler, David R. Invasibility of Tundra in the Northern Rocky Mountains – Soils and Sediment Analysis, U.S. Geological Survey. $11,025

Dixon, Richard W. Hazardous Summer Heat: Risk Communication Issues for Texas, Quick Response Grant from Natural Hazards Research and Information Center. University of Colorado. $1,500

Estaville, Lawrence E. Cyberways TIE, Round Rock ISD. $24,700

Estaville, Lawrence E. Texas Watch Program, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. (U.S. EPA pass-through) $790,000

Kimmel, James R. San Marcos River Interpretive Geography Book, The Cecilia Young Willard Helping Hand Fund. $10,000

Larsen, Robert D. Deep East Texas Council Of Governments. $80,000

Larsen, Robert D. Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission. $28,240

Larsen, Robert D. Middle Rio Grande Development Council. $26,900

Larsen, Robert D. Nortex Regional Planning Commission. $56,775

Larsen, Robert D. South Plains Association of Governments. $89,525

Larsen, Robert D. South Texas Development Council. $13,977

Stea, David. Bi-National U.S.-Mexico Conference on Research Priorities, Yazoo Trading Oil and Gas Services, LLC. $5,000

Stea, David. Spatial Cognition in Children, National Science Foundation. $139,000 ($85,000 to SWT with subcontract to Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico; remainder to University of Illinois-Chicago, with subcontract to University of Sheffield, UK)

* Stea, David and Kerkman, D.D. Supplemental grant to “Mapping Behavior as a Cultural Universal,” National Science Foundation. $7,842 supplemental grant

History

Bourgeois, Gene. NASA Johnson Manned Space Flight Center, NASA Oral History Project. $11,000

McWilliams, James. The Massachusetts Historical Society. $1,500
Yick, Joseph. Center for Japanese Studies-Asia Library Travel Grant, University of Michigan. $500

Yick, Joseph. East Asia Center Travel Grant, University of Washington. $300

Yick, Joseph. East Asian Library Travel Grant, University of Pittsburgh. $200

Yick, Joseph. Harvard-Yenching Library Travel Grant, Harvard University. $400

Yick, Joseph. Travel Grant, Council of Conferences, Association for Asian Studies. $492

Modern Languages

Fischer, Robert. “Foreign Language Reading in the Digital Age.” U.S. Department of Education. $156,000 (third year of three-year grant)

Political Science

Tajalli, Hassan and Wright, Walter. EEOC Grant to study the mediation program of the San Antonio District Office of the EEOC. $4,466

Psychology

Davis, J. M. Enhancing the web site of the Southwestern Psychological Association. American Psychological Association, Science Directorate, 2001-02. $1,000

* Kerkman, D.D. and Stea, D. Supplemental grant to “Mapping Behavior as a Cultural Universal.” National Science Foundation. $7,842 supplemental grant.

Ogletree, S. M. “Children’s Perceptions of and Interest in Pokemon: The Role of Gender,” SPSSI. $1,000

Osborne, R.E. “Transforming a Synchronous Video Course to a Multimedia Internet Course.” Curriculum Expansion Grant funded by Ameritech. $16,216

 

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VII. Editorships of Journals and Membership on Editorial Boards
—International, National, Regional, and State

English

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. Editorial Board, Intensities: the Online Journal of Cult Media

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. Editorial Board: Safara Bilingual Journal of French and English Literature

Busby, Mark. Co-editor with Dick Heaberlin, Southwestern American Literature

Busby, Mark. Co-editor with Dick Heaberlin, Texas Books in Review

Cassells, Cyrus. Contributing Editor, The 26th Annual Pushcart Prize Anthology

Chavkin, Allan. Book Review Editor, Saul Bellow Journal

Hanson, Susan. Editorial Board, r•t•w: the magazine for reading•thinking•and writing

Heaberlin, Dick. Co-editor with Mark Busby, Southwestern American Literature

Heaberlin, Dick. Co-editor with Mark Busby, Texas Books in Review

Jackson, Rebecca. Editorial Board, technical communication issues, The Writing Instructor

Lebetter, Kathryn. Editor, The Journal of Texas Music History

Ledbetter, Kathryn. Editorial Board, VISAWUS newsletter, The VISAWUS Voice (online publication)

Leder, Priscilla. Editorial Board, American Studies Association of Texas

Margerison, Patricia. Editorial Board, English in Texas

Mejía, Jaime Armin. Editorial Board, National Council of Teachers of English
Randolph, Robert. Co-editor with Heikki Nyyssonnen, The Literature Review. Oulu University. Finland

Wells, Kim. Editor, Women Writers: A Zine (online journal)

Geography

Boehm, Richard G. Executive Editor and Co-Editor, Research in Geographic Education

Bryan, Deborah L. Editorial Board, Geographical Analysis

Butler, David R. Book Review Editor, Geomorphology

Butler, David R. Editor, Geomorphology. Special issue on mountain geomorphology. 2001-2002

Butler, David R. Editorial Board, Geocarto International

Butler, David R. Editorial Board, Physical Geography

Butler, David R. Guest Editor, Physical Geography. Special issue on environmental change. 2001-2002

Butler, David R. Section Editor, Physical Geography and Geomorphology, Landscape Ecology

Estaville, Lawrence E. Editorial Board, Research in Geographic Education

Estaville, Lawrence E. Editorial Board, Southwestern Geographer

Fitzsimons, Dennis E. Cartography Editor, the Annals of the Association of American Geographers

Fitzsimons, Dennis E. Editorial Board, The Professional Geographer
Macey, Susan M. Editorial Board, The GIS Educator

Petersen, James F. Editor, Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium

Petersen, James F. Editorial Board, Columbia University Press Gazetteer of the World

Petersen, James F. Editorial Board, Journal of Geography

Petersen, James F. Editorial Board, Research in Geographic Education

Shelley, Fred M. Book Review Editor, Social Science Quarterly

Shelley, Fred M. Editorial Board, Journal of Geography

Shelley, Fred M. Editorial Board, Southwestern Geographer

Solem, Michael N. Editorial Board, NCGE Media Materials

Stea, David. Co-Editor, ETHNOSCAPES book series. UK: Ashgate Publishers

Stea, David. Editorial Board, Journal of Environmental Psychology, U.K.

Stea, David. Editorial Board, Journal of Research in Geographic Education

Stea, David. Editorial Board, Journal of Spatial Cognition and Computation

Stea, David. Editorial Board, Medio Ambiente y Comportamiento Humano/Environment and Human Behavior

Stea, David. Editorial Board, The Professional Geographer

Stea, David. Editorial Board, Research in Geographical Education

Tiefenbacher, John P. Editor, The Southwestern Geographer

Tiefenbacher, John P. Editorial Board, Environmental Hazards

History

Bourgeois, Gene. Advisory Board, The Red River Valley Historical Quarterly

De la Teja, Frank. Editorial Board, New Mexico Historical Review

De la Teja, Frank. Editorial Board, Southwestern Historical Quarterly

De la Teja, Frank. Managing Editor, Catholic Southwest: A Journal of History and Culture

Hartman, Gary. Assistant Editor, Journal of Texas Music History

Hartman, Gary. Editorial Advisor, Handbook of Texas Music

Makowski, Elizabeth. Editorial Board, Catholic Southwest: A Journal of History and Culture

Pohl, James. Board of Editors, The Hill College Press

Modern Languages

Champion, James. Editorial Board, Southwest Journal of Linguistics

Echeverría, Miriam. Editorial Board, Confluencia

Echeverría, Miriam. Editorial Board, Letras Femeninas

Fischer, Robert. Editor, CALICO Journal

Fischer, Robert. Editorial Board, ReCALL

Fischer, Robert. Editorial Board, Alsic Journal

Ugalde, Sharon. Editorial Board, Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies

Philosophy

Hanks, Craig. Editorial Board, Philosophy in the Contemporary World

Luizzi, Vincent. Editor, Value Inquiry Book Series, Studies in Jurisprudence

Luizzi, Vincent. Editor for Legal Matters, Value Inquiry Book Series

Luizzi, Vincent. Editorial Board, Value Inquiry Book Series

Political Science

Balanoff, Howard. Editorial Board, Public Productivity and Management

Brittain, Vicki. Editorial Sub-Committee of the State Bar of Texas Standing Committee on Legal Assistants, Texas Bar Journal

Grasso, Ken. Board of Editorial Advisors, Of the People

Grasso, Ken. Editorial Advisory Board, The Catholic Social Science Review

Grasso, Ken. Editorial Advisory Board, Regeneration

Shields, Pat. Editor in Chief, Armed Forces and Society

Sociology

Anderson, Audwin L. Editorial Board, Sociological Spectrum

Ellis, Ann Marie. Editorial Board, Sociological Practice


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VIII. Mentors of Graduate Student Papers, Published Work, or Awards
—International, National, Regional, State

Anthropology

Garber, James F. (mentor). Brown, M. Katherine and Hartman, Christopher J. presented paper, “The Development of Middle Formative Public Architecture in the Maya Lowlands: The Blackman Eddy, Belize Example,” at the Society for American Archaeology. New Orleans, LA

Garber, James F. (mentor). Brown, M. Katherine and Reilly, F. Kent presented paper, “Architectural Complexity at the Site of Blackman Eddy, Belize: The Lowland Maya Define Themselves,” at the Maya Meetings at Texas – The Coming of Kings: Writing and Rulership in Late Preclassic to Early Classic Southern Mesoamerica. Austin, TX

English

Blair, John (mentor). Richard Black presented paper, “Representations of Women in Southern Literature,” at the Philological Association of Louisiana. New Orleans, LA

Morrison, Susan S. (mentor). Misty Schieberle presented paper, “Blurred Gender Lines in the Libro de Buen Amor: The ‘Mountain Girls’ vs. ‘The Archpriest,’ ” at the Medieval Institute. Kalamazoo, MI

Geography

Archuleta, Christy-Ann and Showalter, Pamela. “Using GIS to Estimate Flood Risk to Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations in Brazoria County, Texas.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 24

Archuleta, Christy-Ann and Showalter, Pamela presented paper, “Using GIS to Estimate Flood Risk to Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations in Brazoria County, Texas,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Augustin, Byron D. and Bailey, Mike. “Adobe Bricks: Building Blocks of the Southwest.” Middle Level Learner. National Council for the Social Studies. Washington, DC. Fall

Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise and Cook, Jeff presented paper, “Risk Communication and the Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Tornado Disaster of 1987” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise and Pimpler, D. Eric. “Real Estate Values in Houston, Texas Following a Major Flood Occurrence: An Application of the Tobin-Newton-Montz Concepts of Flood-Induced Changes in Urban Land Values.” Applied Geography Conference, Ft. Worth, TX

Boehm, Richard (mentor). Paul Nagel presented paper, “Curricular Commonalities in Undergraduate Education,” at the International Symposium on Geographic Education: Theory, Research, and Practice. San Marcos, TX

Boehm, Richard (mentor). Paul Nagel presented paper, “Identifying Geography’s Five Themes Through the Use of Children’s Literature,” at the All Texas Geography Conference. Dallas, TX

Boehm, Richard (mentor). Paul Nagel presented paper, “A Magic Carpet Ride: Geography Through Children’s Literature,” at the Annual Meeting of the Texas Council for the Social Studies. Galveston, TX

Boehm, Richard (mentor). Rutherford, David. “Diversity in Undergraduate Geography Education: Analysis of Course Requirements Across U.S. Undergraduate Geography Departments.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 24

Boehm, Richard (mentor). David Rutherford presented paper, “The AP Human Geography Course: A Model Common Curriculum,” at the Annual Meeting of the National Council for Geographic Education. Vancouver, British Columbia

Boehm, Richard (mentor). David Rutherford presented paper, “Diversity in Undergraduate Geography Education: Analysis of Course Requirements Across U.S. Undergraduate Geography Departments,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Boehm, Richard (mentor). David Rutherford presented paper, “The Human/Cultural Geography Course in Undergraduate Geography Education,” at the Annual Meeting of the National Council for Geographic Education. Vancouver, British Columbia

Boehm, Richard (mentor). David Rutherford presented paper, “Landscape Interpretation and Postmodern Geography,” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Boehm, Richard (mentor). Cathryn Springer presented paper, “The Geography of U.S. Geography Programs,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Boehm, Richard G. and Hume, Susan. “A Rationale and Model for a Scope and Sequence in Geographic Education, Grades K-12.” The Social Studies 92, No. 1

Boehm, Richard G., Peterson, James F., and Rutherford, David. “Teaching and Learning the Location and Place Geography of Middle America.” Pennsylvania Geographer 39, No. 2

Boehm, Richard G. and Wridt, Pamela. “The Influence of Environmental Exploration on Geographic Performance Among Adolescents: A Gender and Cross-Cultural Analysis.” International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 9, No. 3

Butler, David (mentor). Ginger Schmid and Forrest Wilkerson presented paper, “Student Performance in Introductory World Regional Geography,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Butler, David (mentor). Ginger Schmid and Forrest Wilkerson presented paper, “Volumetric Measurements of Recent Debris Flows in Glacier National Park, Montana,” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Butler, David (mentor). Forrest Wilkerson and Ginger Schmid presented paper, “Debris Flows in Glacier National Park, Montana: Geomorphology and Hazards,” at the Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC

Butler, David (mentor). Forrest Wilkerson and Ginger Schmid presented paper, “Soil Characteristics of the Alpine Treeline-Tundra Ecotone in Glacier National Park, Montana,” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Butler, David R. and Wilkerson, Forrest D. “Hazardous Ice Jams in Northwestern Montana: Their Prediction and Effects on the Landscape.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 24. Eds. Tobin, Graham A., Montz, Burrell E., and Schoolmaster, F. Andrew

Butler, David R. and Wilkerson, Forrest D. presented paper, “Hazardous Ice Jams in Northwestern Montana: Their Prediction and Effects on the Landscape,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Day, Fred (mentor). Mohini Dirisina presented paper, “Residential Patterns of Asian Indians in Houston, 1990-2000,” at the Annual Meeting of the Southwest Division, Association of American Geographers. Paper was recognized as Outstanding Student Paper at the meeting. Fort Worth, TX

Day, Fred (mentor). Neil Kucera presented paper, “The Effects of Social Capital on the Distribution of Crime in Austin, Texas, 1996,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

DeChano, Lisa M. and Butler, David R. “Analysis of Public Perception of Debris Flow Hazard.” Disaster Prevention and Management 10, No. 4

Dixon, Richard W. (mentor). Jeff Cook presented paper, “El Nino and Yearly Snowfall Totals in Glacier National Park; Possible Effects on Avalanche Occurrence,” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Dixon, Richard W. (mentor). Jonathan Herbert presented paper, “The ENSO Phenomenon Changing Due to Global Warming,” at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY.

Dixon, Richard W., Herbert, Jonathan, and Cook, Jeff presented paper, “ENSO and Texas,” at the Applied Geography Conference. Ft. Worth, TX.

Dixon, Richard W. (mentor). Monfredo, William. “We’re Not in Kansas Anymore: Significant Tornadoes in Connecticut and Massachusetts.” Journal of Meteorology 26

Dixon, Richard W., Butler, David R. and McAfee, Kate. “The Use of Remotely Sensed Imagery as a Pedagogic Tool for Natural Hazards Education.” Geocarto International 16, No. 3

Earl, Richard (mentor). Dina Marie Zamarripa presented paper, “The Effects of Urban Development on Edwards Aquifer Recharge in San Antonio and Bexar County, Texas,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Earl, Richard A. and Wood, Charles R. “Upstream Changes and Downstream Effects of the San Marcos River in Central Texas.” Texas Journal of Science 54, No. 1

Estaville, Lawrence (mentor). Adams, Ward. “Gang Crime in East Austin: Perceptions of Police and Neighborhood Association Leaders, 1996-2000.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 24

Estaville, Lawrence (mentor). Ward Adams presented paper, “Gang Crime in East Austin: Perceptions of Police and Neighborhood Association Leaders, 1996-2000,” at the Annual Meeting of the Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Hardwick, Susan W. and Bean, Lydia L. “Post-Graduate Teacher Training in World Geography through Distance Learning.” Proceedings. World 2000 Conference

Larsen, Robert (mentor). Ronald Stephenson presented paper, “Obstacles to Underwater Data Gathering,” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Larsen, Robert (mentor). Ronald Stephenson presented paper, “Regional Environmental Enterprise Zones: Good Ideas Going to Waste,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Larsen, Robert D. and Stephenson, Ronald presented paper, “Conducting the Closed Landfill Inventory for Texas, Past and Present,” at the Solid Waste Management Conference. San Antonio, TX

Peterson, James (mentor). Nancy Middlebrook presented paper, “World Regional Geography as the Discipline’s Canary,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Prosperie, L. F. and Eyton, J. R. “The Relationship Between Brightness Values from a Nighttime Satellite Image and Texas County Population.” Southwestern Geographer 4

Ramspott, M. and Eyton, J. R. "Frequency-based Contextual Classification of Land Use/ Land Cover in Central Texas from Landsat Enhanced Thematic Mapper Panchromatic Data." American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Conference. Denver, CO

Rutherford, David and Lloyd, William J. “Assessing a Computer-Aided Instructional Strategy in a World Regional Course.” Journal of Geography in Higher Education

Sandford, Hilary M., Resler, Lynn M., and Butler, David R. presented paper, “Snow-avalanche Paths in Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park: The Use of Path Vegetation and Dendrogeomorphology for Examining Changes in Avalanche Frequency and Magnitude,” at the Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC

Shelley, Fred (mentor). Lydia L. Bean presented paper, “The U.S-Mexico Border: A Region with Enhanced Vulnerability?” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Shelley, Fred (mentor). Melissa D. Gray presented paper, “Collegiate Baseball and the Geography of Competitive Positions,” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Shelley, Fred (mentor). William Pugatch presented paper, “Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind? A Geography of Texas Music,”at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Shelley, Fred M. and Bean, Lydia L. presented paper, “Effects of Borders on Political Vulnerability,” at the Annual Meeting of the Southeast Division, Association of American Geographers. Lexington, KY

Shelley, Fred M., Bean, Lydia Lorraine, and Shaw, Stephanie J. “SWT Geography: From the Texas Hill Country to International Recognition.” Southwestern Geographer 5
Springer, Cathryn presented paper, “The Physiography of Physical Geography,” at the Annual Meeting of the National Council for Geographic Education. Vancouver, British Columbia

Stea, D., Elguea, S. and LeFebre, M. “La Teoria Ecologica, Mapeo Universal, y la Cognicion Ambiental Aplicada.” Psicologia y Medio Ambiente. Ed. Garcia-Mira, R. A Coruña, Spain: Editorial Universitario

Stea, D., Pinon, M., Middlebrook, N., Eckert, V. and Blaut, J.M. “Place and Space Learning: The Geography and Environment of Young Children.” Children’s Ways of Knowing: Learning Through Partnerships. Eds. Robertson, M. and Gerber, R. Canberra, Australia: Australian Council for Educational Research

Stea, David (mentor). Miranda Lewitsky presented paper, “Evaluation of Corridors for Endangered Wild Animals,” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Stephenson, Ronald, Kimmel, James, and Wilkerson, Forrest presented paper, “An Evaluation of the Interpretation Signage Along an Urban Portion of the San Marcos River in Texas,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Stephenson, Ronald and Larsen, Robert D. presented paper, “Regional Environmental Enterprise Zones and Solid Waste Management: Ideas Going to Waste,” at the Annual Meeting of the American Planning Association. New Orleans, LA

Tiefenbacher, John (mentor). Ronald Hagelman presented paper, “The Spatial Evolution of Urban Flood Hazard in San Antonio, Texas,” at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Tiefenbacher, John (mentor). Shuey, Michelle and Cadle, Neil. “Assessing Deer-Vehicle Collision Risk: A Risk Index for Texas.” Transactions, Western Section, Wildlife Society

Tiefenbacher, John (mentor). Michelle Shuey presented paper, “A Spatial Analysis of the White-tailed Deer/Automobile Collision Hazard in Texas,” at the 97th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Tiefenbacher, John (mentor). Michelle Shuey and Neil Cadle presented paper, “Managing Hazards: Analyzing Deer-Related Vehicle Collisions,” at the Annual Meeting, of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society. Sacramento, CA

Tiefenbacher, John P., Butler, David R., and Shuey, Michelle. “A Spatial Evaluation of Cougar-Human Encounters in U.S. National Parks: The Cases of Glacier and Big Bend National Parks.” Proceedings. 6th Mountain Lion Workshop

Tiefenbacher, John P., Monfredo, William, Shuey, Michelle, and Cecora, Reno J. “Examining a near-miss experience: Awareness, behavior, and post-disaster response among residents on the periphery of a tornado-damage path.” Boulder, CO: Natural Hazards Center at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Quick Response Report # 137

Tiefenbacher, John P. and Shuey, Michelle presented paper, “Pursuits or Chance Encounters? Temporal and Spatial Behaviors of People and Puma in Big Bend National Park,” at the 24th Annual Applied Geography Conference. Fort Worth, TX

Zhan, F. B. and Martin, I. “Locating a Multiple-Institution Teaching Center in North Austin, Texas.” Papers and Proceedings of Applied Geography Conference 24

History

Bynum, Victoria (mentor). Erika Murr, former graduate student, published A Rebel Wife in Texas: The Diary and Letters of Elizabeth Scott Neblett - 1852-1864. The Louisiana State University Press

Political Science

Brittain, Vicki (mentor). Meischen, Monique. “A Comparison of the Texas Athlete Agent Act and the Uniform Athlete Agent Act.” Texas Review of Entertainment and Sports Law. Vol 2

Shields, Patricia (mentor). Ana Lisa Garza presented paper, “Developing a Comprehensive Outcomes Assessment Program (COAP) Model for Southwest Texas State University,” at the Texas American Society for Public Administration Conference. LBJ School of Public Affairs

Shields, Patricia (mentor). Garza, Ana Lisa. “Developing a Comprehensive Outcomes Assessment Program (COAP) Model for Southwest Texas State University.” Winner, 2001 Pi Alpha Alpha Award for the best masters level student manuscript (national award)

Shields, Patricia (mentor). Jenna Pratt’s paper, “The Behavioral Assessment and Intervention Mandates of the 1997 Amendments to IDEA and Implications for Special Education Programs,” won the 2001 CenTex McGrew Public Policy Research Award

Shields, Patricia (mentor). Sabrina Wadley presented paper, “Total Quality Management: Assessing Strategic Plans for Texas State Agencies,” at the Texas American Society for Public Administration Conference. LBJ School of Public Affairs

Wright, Walter (mentor). Meischen, Monique. “A Comparison of the Texas Athlete Agent Act and the Uniform Athlete Agent Act.” Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law. Vol 2

Wright, Walter (mentor). Surface, Jo Ann. “Texas Mediation Pioneer: Florence Kusnetz.” The Texas Mediator. Winter

Wright, Walter (mentor). Leahy, Kelly, Glover, Brandon, and Ryon, Julie. “Southwest Texas Media Reviews.” The Texas Mediator. Winter

Psychology

Stimmel, D.T. (mentor) and Scott, Jodi. “Anger Expression in Relation to Passive-Aggressive and Codependent Personality Characteristics.” Southwestern Psychological Association Meeting. Houston, TX

* Kerkman, D.D., Stea, D., Flores, L., Brown, N.R., and Friedman, A. (mentors) and Agosto, V. “Measuring and Dispelling Misconceptions about our Next-Door Neighbors.” Annual Conference of the Texas/World Health Organization Collaborating Center. Houston, TX

Kerkman, D.D. (mentor) and Scott, J. “Where in the World is San Diego? Using Trans-Atlantic Regional Alignment to Correct Distortions in Mental Maps.” International Conference on Geography Education. San Marcos, TX

 

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IX. Mentors for Undergraduate Student Papers, Published Work, or Awards
—International, National, Regional, State

Anthropology

Bousman, C. Britt. (mentor) Shawn Soucie was awarded La Tierra Scholarship for Systematic Analysis of Texas Paleoindian Faunal Assemblages

Bousman, C. Britt. (mentor) Shawn Soucie presented a paper “A Study of Paleoindian Fauna” at the South Texas Archaeological Association Meeting. Fredericksburg, TX

English

Hennessy, Michael (mentor). Essays from two former first-year English students printed in the 6th edition of Resources for Teaching a World of Ideas: Paul Nelson, “Losing Control: Good Family Advice,” and Angie Calder, “The Use of Emotion in Martin Luther King, Jr.’s ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail’”

Geography

Earl, Richard (mentor). Lene Griego presented paper, “Inter-basin Water Transfers: Super Highways for Exotic Species,” at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. New York, NY

Modern Languages

Forest, Jennifer (mentor). Jane Machak was awarded a Fulbright in France
Carole Martin (mentor). Jennifer Brewer, Casey Lee, Jayne Machak, Tony Oglesby, and Zachary Wortham were awarded Teaching Assistantship Awards for the Academic Year in France. French Ministry of Education

Psychology

Frost, C.J. (mentor) and Arfken, M., and Brock, D. “The psychology of self-deception as illustrated in literary characters.” Janus Head: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology, and the Arts. Vol. 4:2

Ginsburg, H.J. (faculty sponsor). Zaiontz, L. and Silakowski T. “Cursing and Catharsis.” Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association. Houston, TX

Ginsburg H.J. (mentor) and Silakowski, T. “Concern for Others as a Primary Motivation in Young Children.” Poster presented to the biennial conference of the Society for Research in Child Development. Minneapolis, MN

Ogletree, S. (mentor) and Jurica, B. and Alanis, A. “Gender Differences Related to Video Arcade Game Behavior.” Accepted for publication in Psi Chi Journal of Undergraduate Research

Ogletree, S. M. (mentor) and Martinez, C.N. “College Students’ Interest In and Perception Of Pokemon Cartoons.” Poster session paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association. Houston, TX

Ogletree, S.M. (mentor) and Mason, B., and Grahmann, T. “Perceptions of Two Television Cartoons: ‘Powerpuff Girls’ and ‘Johnny Bravo.’” Poster session paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society. Toronto, Canada

Ogletree, S.M., Mason, B., Grahmann, T., and Raffeld, P. “Perceptions of Two Television Cartoons: ‘Powerpuff Girls’ and ‘Johnny Bravo.’” Communication Research Reports 18

Kerkman, D. D. (mentor) and Wise, J. C. , and Harwood, E. A. “‘Impossible’ Mental Rotation Problems: A Mismeasure of Women’s Spatial Skills.” Learning & Individual Differences

* Denotes presentations/papers coauthored by faculty from two Liberal Arts departments and listed under each department


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