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Faculty Bibliography 2002


College of Liberal Arts Faculty Bibliography 2002

January 1-December 31, 2002

Highlights of Faculty Achievement

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

 

Highlights of Liberal Arts Faculty Achievement 2002

From Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2002, Liberal Arts faculty received dozens of prestigious national awards for teaching and achievement from organizations including the National Education Association, the National Geographic Society, the Fulbright Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration, the National Association of Foreign Student Advisors, the Arab American Cultural and Community Center of Houston, the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, and Who’s Who in America. In addition, faculty authors were recognized with the Drue Heinz Prize for Literature, the Lena-Miles Todd Wever Prize in Poetry, the Irene Samuel Award of the Milton Society of America, the Pro Humanitate Literary Award of the North American Resource Center for Child Welfare, and an honorable for the Pushcart Prize.

Among their outstanding accomplishments:

• 38 faculty held leadership positions in 51 national organizations
• 18 faculty held leadership positions in 27 state and local organizations
• 4 faculty received the Texas State University Presidential Award for Excellence
• 27 faculty published books
• 90 faculty published 164 book chapters, refereed articles, poems and short stories
• 130 faculty gave 237 scholarly papers, presentations, or readings at national and regional conferences
• 24 faculty held external grants and contracts totaling $2.9 million
• 36 faculty served as editors or editorial board members of 81 journals
• 21 faculty served as mentors for 57 graduate students who presented papers or other published works at academic meetings
• 12 faculty served as mentors for 19 undergraduate students who presented papers or other published works at academic meetings

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Complete Faculty Bibliography

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

English

Beebe, Susan. Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers
Beebe, Susan. Who’s Who in America
Blair, John. Drue Heinz Prize for Literature for American Standard
Blair, John. Lena-Miles Todd Wever Prize in Poetry for The Green Girls
Jones, Roger. “The Wheel.” Poem published in the May, 2002, issue of Red River Review, which received “Honorable Mention” for the Pushcart Prize
Mejía, Jaime. Participant, Fulbright-Hays Program in Guatemala
Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. Essay “Early Political Prose” in A Companion to Milton, Thomas N. Corns, ed. which received the Irene Samuel Award of the Milton Society of America for the best collection of essays on Milton
Wilson, Steve. Senior Fulbright Lectureship in American Literature, Slovenia, Spring 2002
Wilson, Steve. Who’s Who in America

Geography

Augustin, Byron. Advisory Board, Friendship Caravan, Washington, DC
Augustin, Byron. Award of Distinction, The Arab American Cultural and Community Center, Houston, TX
Blanchard-Boehm, Denise. Federal Emergency Management Agency. Participant for the Emergency Management Institute, Higher Education Project
Boehm, Richard. Gilbert Grosvenor Honors in Geographic Education. Presented by the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Butler, David. Appointed to Permanent Steering Committee, Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium
Butler, David. Publications Committee, Association of American Geographers
Butler, David. Chair, Mountain Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers
Earl, Richard. Distinguished Teaching Achievement Award, National Council for Geographic Education
Earl, Richard. National Executive Board Member, Gamma Theta Upsilon
Estaville, Lawrence. National Board of Directors, Applied Geography Conferences
Horner, Mark. Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) Fellow, GIScience 2002 Meeting, Boulder, CO
Kimmel, James. Member, Executive Committee of the Desert Southwest Cooperative Ecosystem Study Unit
Lu, Yongme. ESRI UCGIS Young Scholar Award, ESRI and University Consortium for Geographic Information Science
Macey, Susan. Director, Energy and Environment Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers
Petersen, James. Executive Board, National Council for Geographic Education
Petersen, James. George J. Miller Award Committee, National Council for Geographic Education
Shelley, Fred. National Council, Association of American Geographers
Stea, David. Fellow, Lozano Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas (the only Fellow invited from SWT)
Stea, David. Organizing Committee, Environmental Design Research Association
Stea, David. Vice-President (President-Elect, 2004) of Association of Borderlands Studies
Stea, David. Member, Texas/World Health Organization Collaborating Center/Hogg Foundation
Tiefenbacher, John. Treasurer, Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers
Tiefenbacher, John. Chair, Hazards Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers
Zhan, F. Ben. Delegate, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science
Zhan, F. Ben. Chair, Transportation Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers

History

Bynum, Victoria. Executive Council, Southern Association of Women Historians
Bynum, Victoria. Advisory Board, Lincoln Prize Committee, Gettysburg, PA
Dunn, Dennis. Outstanding Achievement in International Education, National Association of Foreign Student Advisors
Margerison, Kenneth. James Davenport Memorial Award for Outstanding Leadership, National Council of Higher Education, National Education Association
Pohl, James. Fellow, Mosher Institute for Defense Studies, Texas A & M University

Modern Languages

Echeverría, Miriam. Secretaria, Asociación Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hispánica
Echeverría, Miriam. Organizing Committee of the Delegate Assembly, Modern Language Association
Fischer, Robert. Executive Director, Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO)
Fischer, Robert. Advisory Board, Auf Geht’s (FIPSE-funded project), Hope College, Holland, MI
Fischer, Robert. Advisory Board, ¡A Su Salud! (FIPSE-funded project), University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Fischer, Robert. Advisory Board, Digital Resources for Educational Authoring Materials, (DREAM), FIPSE-funded project, John Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Fischer, Robert. Advisory Board, Spanish Without Walls (FIPSE-funded project), University of California, Davis, CA
Galván, Roberto. President, Commission of Lexicography, North American Academy of the Spanish Language
Galván, Roberto. Representative, Interacademic Commission of the Academic Dictionary of Americanisms, North American Academy of the Spanish Language
Galván, Roberto. Corresponding member, Spanish Royal Academy
Locklin, Blake. Executive Council, Latin America and the Pacific Rim Section, Latin American Studies Association
Martin, Carole. Award for Innovative Course Design, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
Moriuchi, Mayumi. Judge, Texas Japanese Language Speech Contest, Organized by Consulate General of Japan, Houston
Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. “Women in Brazilian From Myth to Agency,” invited keynote speaker, Eighth Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. Executive Council, American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese
Ugalde, Sharon. Advisory Board, Spanish Women Poets Organization

Political Science

Balanoff, Howard. President, National Executive Board, National Consortium of Certified Public Managers
Gorman, Robert. NEH Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Humanities
Grasso, Ken. Second Vice President, Board of Directors and Pew Study Group on Politics and the Problem of Human Nature, Society of Catholic Social Scientists
Hull, Terry. National Committee for Annual Conference, American Association for Paralegal Education
Hull, Terry. Legislative Representative for South Central Region, American Association for Paralegal Education
Opheim, Cynthia. President-Elect, Southwestern Political Science Association
Shields, Patricia. Leslie Whittington Award for Excellence in Teaching, National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration
Shields, Patricia. Commission on Peer Review and Accreditation, National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration
Wright, Walter. President and Board of Directors, Association of Attorney-Mediators

Psychology

Davis, John. American Psychological Association, Division Two Representative to the American Association of Higher Education (AAHE)/United Kingdom Learning and Teaching Support Network
Hulsey, Timothy. Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities
Kerkman, Dennis. Member, Texas/World Health Organization Collaborating Center/Hogg Foundation
Osborne, Randall. President, Council of Teachers of Undergraduate Psychology

Sociology

Watt, Toni Terling. Recipient of the Pro Humanitate Literary Award given by the North American Resource Center for Child Welfare (Center for Child Welfare Policy) for the article on “Permanency in Kinship Care . . .,” Children and Youth Services Review
Giuffre, Patti. Secretary-Treasurer, Sex and Gender Section of the American Sociological Association

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


Anthropology

Juarez, Ana. Co-Chair, Steering Committee, Tomas Rivera Mexican American Children’s Book Award, SWT

English

Allison, Libby. Program for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, SWT
Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. Program for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, SWT
Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. Presidential Award for Excellence in Service, SWT
Busby, Mark. President, South Central Modern Language Association
Busby, Mark. President, Texas Institute of Letters
Busby, Mark. Advisory Council, Western Literature Association
Chavkin, Allan. Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activity, SWT
Evans, Patricia. Special Service Award, University Honors Program, SWT
Heaberlin, Dick. Jesse H. and Mary Gibbs Jones Professor of Southwestern Studies, SWT
Holt, Elvin. Program for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, SWT
Jackson, Rebecca. Program for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, SWT
Jackson, Rebecca. Senior Fellow, Universities and Health-Related Institutions Senior Fellows Program, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Morrison, Susan. Sigma Tau Delta Outstanding Professor of the Year, SWT
Randolph, Amy. Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activity, SWT

Geography

Augustin, Byron. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor Award, SWT, (12 consecutive years)
Augustin, Byron. Deputy Director, Texas Committee on U.S.-Arab Relations
Augustin, Byron. Favorite Professor, Alpha Delta Pi Scholarship, SWT
Augustin, Byron. International Programs Professor of the Year, SWT
Brown, Brock. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor Award, SWT
Earl, Richard. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor Award, SWT
Horner, Mark. Chi Omega Favorite Professor Award, SWT
Larsen, Robert. The Victoria 2020 Comprehensive Plan was recognized by the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association Comprehensive Plan of the Year Award
Larsen, Robert. Board of Directors and the Education Foundation Board, Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association
Solem, Michael. Digital Sage Teaching Award, SWT
Showalter, Pamela. Member, Wimberley Planning and Zoning Commission

History

Andrews, Gregg. Mary M. Hughes Fellowship, Texas State Historical Association
Bourgeois, Gene. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor Award, SWT
De la Teja, Frank. Fellow, Texas Catholic Historical Society
De la Teja, Frank. Historian, Antiquities Advisory Board, Texas Historical Commission
De la Teja, Frank. Executive Council, Texas State Historical Association
De la Teja, Frank. Advisory Committee, Amigos of Goliad State Historical Park
De la Teja, Frank. Advisory Committee, Catholic Archives of Texas
Hartman, Gary. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor Award, SWT
McWilliams, James. Goodbread Advisor of the Year, SWT Honors Program
Menninger, Margaret. Professor of the Year, SWT Honors Program
Pohl, James. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor Award, SWT
Pohl, James. Fellow, Texas State Historical Association
Selcraig, James. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor Award, SWT
Yick, Joseph. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor Award, SWT

Modern Languages

Forrest, Jennifer. Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching, SWT

Political Science

Brittain, Vicki. Standing Committee on Legal Assistants, State Bar of Texas
De Soto, Bill. Board of Directors, San Marcos League of Women Voters
De Soto, Bill. San Marcos Planning and Zoning Commission
De Soto, Bill. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor Award, SWT
De Soto, Bill. Black Student Association’s Faculty Member of the Year
Hindson, Ted. San Marcos Charter Review Commission
Hindson, Ted. Executive Committee, Hays County Republican Party
Hull, Terry. Standing Committee on Legal Assistants, State Bar of Texas
Mihalkanin, Ed. San Marcos City Council
Mihalkanin, Ed. President, LBJ Museum of San Marcos
Shields, Patricia. Board of Directors, Central Texas Chapter of American Society for Public Administration
Shields, Patricia. Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Teaching, San Marcos Chamber of Commerce Education Committee
Stouffer, W. B. Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Texas Common Cause
Tajalli, Hassan. Public Administration Professor of the Year, American Society for Public Administration, CenTex Chapter
Wright, Walter. Director and National Liaison, Central Texas Chapter of the Association of Attorney Mediators

Psychology

Fling, Sheila. Distinguished Professor Emerita

Sociology

Caldwell, Sally. Award for Outstanding Service to the Planning Profession, Central Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association
Caldwell, Sally. Special Recognition Award, Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association
Giuffre, Patti. Program for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, SWT

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III. Books

English

Beebe, Susan and Steven A. Beebe. Public Speaking: An Audience-Centered Approach, 5th ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon
Blair, John (winner of the Drue Heinz Prize for Literature). American Standard. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press
Blair, John (winner of the Lena-Miles Todd Wever Prize in Poetry). The Green Girls. Pleiades Press: Warrensburg, MO
Gilb, Dagoberto. Woodcuts of Women. Frankfurt: Frankfurt Verlagsanstalt
Gilb, Dagoberto. Woodcuts of Women. Tokyo: Kadukawa
Gilb, Dagoberto. The Last Known Residence of Mickey Acuña. Milan: Baldini & Castoldi
Randolph, Amy. (winner of the 2000 Benjamin Saltman Award) Cold Angel of Mercy. Red Hen Press
Rosenberg, Teya, et al., eds. Lead editor. Diana Wynne Jones: An Exciting and Exacting Wisdom. New York: Peter Lang

Geography

Augustin, Byron. United Arab Emirates: Enchantment of the World. Danbury: Grolier Publishing Company, A Division of Scholastic, Inc.
Boehm, Richard (with others). Geography: The World and Its People. New York: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill
Boehm, Richard and Brenda Webb. Social Studies: A How To Skills Resource (including maps, reading, writing, charts, graphs, and test strategies). Columbus, OH: SRA, A Division of McGraw-Hill. Twelve volumes, including a text, teacher’s guide, and skills book at each grade level
Boehm, Richard, David Saxe and David Rutherford. Time and Space Convergence: A Joint History-Geography Curriculum. San Marcos, TX: Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education
Larsen, Robert, James D. Vaughan and John Kaminski. City of Victoria, Texas, Comprehensive Plan 2000-2020. Department of Planning, City of Victoria, Victoria, TX
Petersen, James F. (with D. Arreola, M. Deal, R. Sanders, McDougal Littel). World Geography. Evanston: Houghton Mifflin Company

History

Andrews, Gregg. City of Dust: A Cement Company Town in the Land of Tom Sawyer. With a New Introduction, Columbia: University of Missouri Press, paperback edition,(Originally published in 1996)
De la Teja, Frank. A Revolution Remembered: The Memoirs and Selected Correspondence of Juan N. Seguín. With a New Introduction, Austin: Texas State Historical Association (Originally published in 1991)
Hartman, Gary. The Immigrant as Diplomat: Ethnicity, Nationalism, and the Shaping of Foreign Policy in the Lithuanian-American Community, 1870-1922. Chicago: Lithuanian Research and Studies Center

Modern Languages

Forrest, Jennifer and Leonard Koos, eds. Dead Ringers: The Remake in Theory and Practice. Albany: State University of New York Press
Gragera, Antonio. L1 Attrition and L2 Acquisition of Spanish Subjunctive: A Functional Approach. Valladolid, Spain: Universitas Castellae
Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. Poesia da vida meia. Rio de Janeiro: 7 Letras

Philosophy

Geuras, Dean and Charles Garofalo. Practical Ethics in Public Administration, Vienna: Management Concepts
Hanks, J. Craig. Refiguring Critical Theory: Jürgen Habermas and the Possibilities of Political Change. Lanham: University Press of America

Political Science

Brittain, Vicki and Terry Hull. Paralegal Handbook. New York: Thomson Delmar Learning, West Legal Studies
Garofalo, Charles and Dean Geuras. Practical Ethics in Public Administration. Vienna: Management Concepts
Grasso, Kenneth and Robert Hunt, eds. A Moral Enterprise: Politics, Reason and the Human Good/Essays in Honor of Francis Canavan. Wilmington, Delaware: Intercollegiate Studies Institute
Hull, Terry and Vicki Brittain. Paralegal Handbook. New York: Thomson Delmar Learning, West Legal Studies
Stouffer, W. B., et al. Texas Politics: Individuals Making a Difference. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin

Psychology

Osborne, R. E. Resource Manual to Accompany Paving Pathways. Child Development Textbook, Belmont: Wadsworth

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

Anthropology

Bousman, C. Britt, M. Collins and P. Goldberg, T. Stafford, J. Guy, B. Baker, D. G. Steele, M. Kay, G. Fredlund, P. Derring, S. Dial, V. Holliday, D. Wilson, P. Takac, R. Balinsky and J. Powell. “The Paleoindian-Archaic Transition: New Evidence from Texas.” Antiquity 76, 980-990
Juarez, Ana. “Ongoing Struggles: Mayas and Immigrants in Tourist Era Tulum.” Journal of Latin American Anthropology 7, 34-67
Juarez, Ana. “Ecological Degradation, Global Tourism, and Inequality: Maya Interpretations of the Changing Environment in Quintana Roo, Mexico.” Human Organization 61, 113-124
Reilly, F. Kent. “Female and Male: The Ideology of Balance and Renewal in Elite Costuming Among the Classic Period Maya.” Ancient Maya Gender Identity and Relations. Lowell S. Gustafson and Amelia M. Trevelyan, eds. (Chapter 10) Westport: Bergin and Garvey Press
Reilly, F. Kent. “The Landscape of Creation: Architecture, Tomb and Monument Placement at the Olmec Site of La Venta.” Issues in Mesoamerican Iconography and Art History: Essays in Honor of Linda Schele. Andrea Stone, ed. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press
Whalen, Norman, Morgan Zoboroski and Kevin Schubert. “The Lower Paleolithic in Southwestern Oman.” Adumata 5, 27-34

English

Beebe, Susan. “A Detective Story.” Bulletin of the Angela Thirkell Society, North American Branch 53 (Winter), 11-14
Beebe, Susan. “Jamieson Met the Beebes Long Ago: Public Speaking: An Audience-Centered Approach.” American Communication Journal (January) www.acjournal.org
Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “The Family in Film.” The Family in America: An Encyclopedia. Joseph Hawkes and Elizabeth Shores, eds. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO Publishing, 329-337
Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “Connecting American Literature, African Readers, and the African Diaspora.” Safara Bilingual Journal of French and English Literature 1 (Summer), 19-26
Busby, Mark. “Into the Darkening Land, the World to Come: Cormac McCarthy’s Border Crossings” Myth, Legend, Dust: Critical Responses to Cormac McCarthy. Reprinted in Modern Critical Views of Cormac McCarthy. Harold Bloom, ed. New York: Chelsea House, 38-45
Cassells, Cyrus. “Little Ballad of the Moorish White Town” and “Lessons.” Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review 18 (Spring/Summer), 25-29
Cassells, Cyrus. “The Shepherd of the Villa Caffarella.” Provincetown Arts 17, 77
Cassells, Cyrus. “The Blind Girls,” “Liberators,” and “The Abandoned Name.” Callaloo 25, 2, 360-366
Cassells, Cyrus. “Local Train” and “The Possessed.” Gulf Coast 15, 1, 38-45
Cassells, Cyrus. “Sally Hemings to Thomas Jefferson.” Making Callaloo: Twenty-Five Years of Black Literature. Boston: St. Martins Press, 286-289
Cassells, Cyrus. “The Soul Before the Great Mosque of Cordoba” and “The Soul in the Ruins of the Medina Azahara.” Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review 19 (Fall/Winter), 10-13
Chavkin, Allan. “Wallace Stevens’ Romantic Landscape Meditation: ‘No Possum, No Sop, No Taters.’” The Wallace Stevens Journal: The First Twenty-Five Years. The Wallace Stevens Society (republication in CD-ROM form)
Chavkin, Allan. “Sigmund Freud.” The Family in the United States, Colonial Times to the Present. J.A. Hawkes and E.F. Shores, eds. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO Publishing, 454-55
Chavkin, Allan. “Competing Salesmen.” Arthur Miller Society Newsletter 5 (May), 21-22
Chavkin, Allan. “Louise Erdrich’s ‘Satan: Hijacker of the Planter.’” Boston University/Archimedia. Video-taped interview
Gilb, Dagoberto. “Sentimental for Steinbeck.” The New York Times (March 18)
Gilb, Dagoberto. “Spanish Guy.” The New Yorker (April 22 and 29)
Gilb, Dagoberto. “Raising Hackles on the Border.” Los Angeles Times (September 6), reprinted in Houston Chronicle and other syndicated newspapers
Gilb, Dagoberto. “Where the Sun Don’t Shine.” California Vista: Latino Literature from California. Heyday Books
Hanson, Susan. A Creation Steward’s Handbook. Episcopal Diocese of West Texas (February)
Hanson, Susan. “For Love of the Earth.” r·t·w: the magazine for reading·thinking·writing (March), 34-35
Heaberlin, Dick. “Cages and Eagles in Leaving Cheyenne and The Good Old Boys.” Southwestern American Literature (Spring), 27, 2, 49
Heaberlin, Dick. “Across Dawn’s Edge.” New Texas. Mary Hardin Baylor University, 191
Heaberlin, Dick. “Done With It.” The Party’s Over. Tarleton State University, 12
Hennessy, Michael. “W. H. Auden.” Critical Survey of Poetry. 2nd ed. Phillip K. Jason. Pasadena: Salem Press, 164-72
Jackson, Rebecca. “Issues in Writing Program Administration: A Select Annotated Bibliography.” The Writing Program Administrator’s Resource: A Guide to Reflective Institutional Practice. Stuart Brown and Theresa Enos, eds. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum, 467-90
Jackson, Rebecca. “Writing Center Consultations.” Strategies for Teaching First-Year Composition. Duane Roen, ed et al., Eds. Urbana: NCTE, 372-85
Jones, Roger. “The Boy in the Dark.” Crab Creek Review (Spring/Summer), 57
Jones, Roger. “On the Way to Town,” “Mid-August, Texas Summer,” and “Hay Hauling.” Salt Fork Review (Summer), 21
Jones, Roger. “Fishing Near the Refineries” and “Hurricane Country.” The 2 River View 6.2 (Winter), www.2river.org
Jones, Roger. (Honorable mention, Pusheart Prize)“The Wheel.” Red River Review (May), 28
Jones, Roger. “Southern Male Novelist” and “Late September Moon.” Arkansas Review (August), 33, 2
Jones, Roger. “Photo of a Rotary Crew, Sour Lake Oilfield, 1904,” “Uncle Fenster’s Grave,” and “Strata.” Texas in Poetry 2. Fort Worth: TCU Press, 36-37, 236-237, 319-320
Laird, Edgar. “Variorum Edition of Geoffrey Chaucer’s Treatise on the Astrolabe.” Medieval Review, Sigmund Eisner, ed. reproduced on “Chaucernet,” (on-line publication)
LeBlanc, René. “Donor.” Timber Creek Review 8, 71-82
Marquiss, Twister (Christopher). “Like No Place on Earth.” South Dakota Review. Vermillion: University of South Dakota (Summer), 75-89
Mejía, Jaime. “Community and Mexican American Students of Composition: Papeles de Honor.” English Studies: Learning Climates That Cultivate Racial and Ethnic Diversity. Shelli B. Fowler and Victor Villanueva, eds. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education and NCTE, 81-93
Mejía, Jaime. “La complejidad retórica de las tallas tejano-mexicanas.” Lecturas Retóricas de la Sociedad. Ed. Helena Beristáin. Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 309-19
Monroe, Debra. “New Uses for Old Form: How I Became a Character in a Barbara Pym Novel.” Gulfstreaming 1.1 (Fall/Winter) w3.fiu.edu/gulfstrm/
Olson, Marilynn. “Cats and Aliens in the Unreal City: T.S. Eliot, Diana Wynne Jones, and the Urban Experience.” Diana Wynne Jones: An Exciting and Exacting Wisdom. Eds. Teya Rosenberg, et al., New York: Peter Lang, 149-62
Olson, Marilynn. “Little Workers of the Kindergarten.” The Lion and the Unicorn 24 (September), 353-73
Peirce, Kathleen. “Slow Song.” Field. 67, Oberlin College Press (Fall)
Peirce, Kathleen. “Ovidian,” “Confession 1.8.13,” “Confession 10.8.13,” “Confession 4.2.3,” “Two Sisters,” and “Confession 2.5.10.” Hammer and Blaze: A Gathering of Contemporary Poets. The University of Georgia Press
Peirce, Kathleen. “Confession 11.11.13.“ Poem quoted in the preface to Molecular Ecology of Biofilms. Robert J. C. McLean, ed. Norfolk, England: Horizon Scientific Press
Randolph, Bob. “A Poem for Heikki—Chess.” Studia Linguistica at Litteraria Septentrionalia. Oulu, Finland: Oulu University Press
Randolph, Bob. “The Novum as Meaning.” Process Studies 31.2 (Fall/Winter), 138-55
Ronan, Clifford. “Keeping Faith: Water Imagery and Religious Diversity in Othello.” Chapter 12 in Othello: Critical Essays. Philip C. Kolin, ed. Shakespeare Critical Essays, New York: Routledge, 271-91
Ronan, Clifford. “The Ovidian ‘Farthest Greece’ in Errors, Titus, and Pericles and Shakespeare’s Greek Geography.” Discoveries: South-Central Renaissance Conference News and Notes 19.1 (Spring), 3-4
Rosenberg, Teya. “Introduction.” Diana Wynne Jones: An Exciting and Exacting Wisdom. New York: Peter Lang, 1-12
Rosenberg, Teya. “Genre and Ideology in Elizabeth Goudge’s The Little White Horse.” Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 27.2, 77-87
Wilson, Nancy. “Current Issues: GQ and The New Yorker Meet Classical Rhetoric." Kairos 7.2 (Summer) english.ttu.edu/Kairos/7.2/
Wilson, Steve. “The Author as Spiritual Pilgrim: The Search for Authenticity in Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and The Subterraneans.” The Beat Generation: Critical Essays. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 77-91
Wilson, Steve. “The Softshell Turtle.” Stories From Where We Live: The Gulf Coast. Ed. Sara St. Antoine. Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions, 182-83
Wilson, Steve. “Meditation on Birds Near Nightfall.” Sierra Songs and Descants. Ed. Gail Entrekin. Nevada City: Hip Pocket Press, 22
Wilson, Steve. “The Border (Nuevo Laredo).” Fresh Water: Poems of the Rivers, Lakes and Streams. Ed. Jennifer Bosveldt. Johnstown, OH: Pudding House Publications, 194
Wilson, Steve. “Mad Man.” Like Thunder: Poets Respond to Violence in America. Eds. Virgil Suarez and Ryan Van Cleave. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 192
Wilson, Steve. “St. Enda, on the Shore in Winter.” The Christian Century. 119 (December 18-31), 30
Wilson, Steve. “Poem for Silence.” The Christian Century. 119 (September 11-24), 12
Wilson, Steve. “When the Last Days Come.” Midwest Quarterly. 43 (Spring), 321
Wilson, Steve. “The Beekeeper.” The Christian Science Monitor. (June 24), 22
Wilson, Steve. “Edge of Spring.” The Christian Science Monitor. (April 17), 19
Wilson, Steve. “Kick.” The Midwest Quarterly. 43 (Winter), 175
Wilson, Steve. “Where the Fields Lie Sere and Furrowed.” Texas Poetry Calendar 2003. Fredericksburg: Flying Cow Productions (January)

Geography

Anderson, Sharolyn. "Assessment of Spatio-Temporal Data: Applications and Implications." Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conference. Binghamton, NY 25: 263-68
Springer, Cathryn and R. Denise Blanchard-Boehm. “Disaster Warnings in San Marcos, Texas: Communicating in Ethnically Diverse Places.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conference., Binghamton, NY, 25: 334-42
Angirasa, Aditi and R. Denise Blanchard-Boehm. “Evaluating Pre- and Post-NAFTA Farm Financial Performance in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.” Southwestern Journal of Economics 25, no. 2: 30-44
Boehm, Richard G. “A Scope and Sequence in Geographic Education, Grades K-12.” Journal of Geography 101, no. 2: 86-88
Bryan, Deborah, and M. E. O'Kelly. “Interfacility Interaction in Models of Hub and Spoke Networks.” Journal of Regional Science 42, no. 1: 145-64
Butler, David. "The Environmental Impact of Crayfish Biopedoturbation on a Floodplain: Roanoke River, North Carolina Coastal Plain, U.S.A." Landform Analysis 3: 35-40
Butler, David. "Visualizing Animal Impacts on the Landscape: Remote Sensing in the Physical Geography Classroom." Geocarto International 17, no. 4: 67-74
Butler, David. "Environmental Change and Physical Geography." Physical Geography 22, no. 4: 275-76
Butler, David and Hilary J. M. Sandford. "Imagery Scale and Type for Natural Hazards Analysis: Classroom Examples Using Forest Fires and Snow Avalanches." Geocarto International 17, no. 1: 71-76
Butler, David and Lisa DeChano. "Environmental Change in Glacier National Park, Montana: An Assessment through Repeat Photography from Fire Lookouts." Physical Geography 22, no. 4: 291-304
Bigler, Wendy, David Butler and Richard Dixon. "Beaver-pond Sequence Morphology and Sedimentation in Northwestern Montana." Physical Geography 22, no. 6: 531-40
Cairns, David, David Butler and George Malanson. "Geomorphic and Biogeographic Setting of the Rocky Mountains." Rocky Mountain Futures. Jill S. Baron, ed. Island Press: Washington, DC, 27-39
DeChano, Lisa and David Butler. "An Analysis of Attacks by Grizzly Bears (Ursus arctos horribilis) in Glacier National Park, Montana." Geographical Bulletin 44, no. 4: 30-41
Malanson, George and David Butler. "The Western Cordillera." The Physical Geography of North America, Antony Orme, ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 363-79
Malanson, George, David Butler, David Cairns, Theresa Welsh and Lynn Resler. "Variability in an Edaphic Indicator in Alpine Tundra. " Catena 49, no. 3: 203-15
Wilkerson, Forrest, Ginger Schmid and David Butler. "Lichenometric Dating of Hazardous Debris
Flows, Glacier National Park, Montana." Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences. Binghamton, NY 25: 76-84
Dixon, Richard. “Interannual Variations in South Texas Climate.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences. Binghamton, NY 25: 36-42
Herbert, Jonathan and Richard Dixon. “Death and Injury from Tornados in Texas.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 25: 303-10. Binghamton, NY
Earl, Richard and Charles Wood. “Upstream Changes and Downstream Effects of the San Marcos River in Central Texas." Texas Journal of Science 54, no. 1: 69-88
Horner, Mark. "Extensions to the Concept of Excess Commuting." Environment and Planning A 34, no. 3: 543-66
Horner, Mark W. and Alan T. Murray. "Excess Commuting and the Modifiable Areal Unit Problem." Urban Studies 39, no. 1: 131-39
Horner, Mark and Morton O’Kelly. "Rethinking Representation in Spatial Models." Proceedings, GIScience 2002, Second International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Boulder, CO
Horner, Mark. "Using the 1990 CTPP Journey to Work Database to Visualize Accessibility: A GIS Based Approach." Proceedings, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
Kimmel, James. "Interpretation as Product Development." Income Diversification through
Nature and Heritage Tourism: Stepwise Handbook to Evaluate Enterprise Opportunities. College Station: Texas Cooperative Extension, Texas A&M University, 20-22
Kimmel, James. "Heritage Tourism Product Development," published on-line by the Rio Grande
Institute, Sul Ross State University, Alpine, TX, www.sulross.edu/RGI/HeritageTourismProduct Development.pdf
Lu, Yongmei. "Using Journey-To-Crime Routine for Journey-After-Crime Analysis." CrimeStatII: A Spatial Statistics Program for Analysis of Crime Location (Version 2.0). Ted Nevine & Associates. Houston, TX. The National Institute of Justice. Washington, D.C.
Macey, Susan and David Stinchcomb. “Roadway Slope Mapping," GIScience 2002, Second International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Boulder, CO
Ricchiazzi, P., A. Payton and C. Gautier. "A Test of Three-Dimensional Radiative Transfer Simulation Using the Radiance Signatures and Contrasts at a High Latitude Coastal Site." Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres 107, no. D22: 4650-664
Lubin, D., P. Ricchiazzi, A. Payton and C. Gautier. "The Significance of Multidimensional Radiative Transfer Effects Measured in Surface Fluxes at an Antarctic Coastline." Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres 107, no. D19: 4387-395
Petersen, James. "Geomorphological Lessons in Roadcuts, Quarries and other Artificial Exposures." Geomorphology 47: 289-301
Petersen, James and Peter Knuepfer. “Geomorphology in the Public Eye: Policy Issues, Education, and the Public.” Geomorphology, 47: 95-105
Petersen, James. “Humans and the Environment,” excerpt from my introductory chapter for Essentials of Physical Geography reprinted in Expectations: A Reader for Developing Writers, Anna Ingalls and Dan Moody, eds. Boston: Allyn and Bacon/Longman
Bean, Lydia and Fred Shelley. “Cross-Border Research and Analysis: Understanding the Effects of Political Boundaries." Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences. Binghamton, NY 25: 157-62
Solem, Michael. "Evaluating a Web-Based Project to Build International Collaborations for Global Geography Education." Proceedings of the International Geographical Commission on Geographical Education. L. Houtsonen, W. Mngoma and P. Hattingh, eds. Richards Bay, South Africa 129-32
Stea, David. "Public Participation and the Active, Critical Citizen: Another View." Geography, Culture, and Education, R. Gerber and M. Williams, eds. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers
*Stea, D. and D. D. Kerkman. "Mapping as a Cultural and Cognitive Universal." Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, Texas/World Health Organization Collaborating Center, Austin, TX
*Stea, D., D. D. Kerkman and M. F. Piñon. "Mapping among Preschoolers: A Foundation for Geographic Education. International Research in Geographic and Environmental Education
Tiefenbacher, John, David Butler and Michelle Shuey. “A Spatial Evaluation of Cougar-Human Encounters in U.S. National Parks: The Cases of Glacier and Big Bend National Parks.” Proceedings of the 6th Mountain Lion Workshop
Zhan, F. B. "Are Deaths from Liver Cancer, Lung Cancer, Kidney Cancer, and Leukemia Clustered in San Antonio?" Texas Medicine 98, no.10: 51-56
Zhan, F. B. "A Fuzzy Set Model of Approximate Linguistic Terms in Descriptions of Binary Topological Relations Between Simple Regions." Applying Soft Computing in Defining Spatial Relations, Pascal Matsakis and Les Sztandera, eds. Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag, 179-202
Noon, C. E., F. B. Zhan and R. L. Graham. "GIS-Based Analysis of Marginal Price Variation with an Application in Ethanol Plant Location." Networks and Spatial Economics 2: 79-93

History

Bargeron, Carol. “Sûfism’s Role in al-Ghazâlî’s First Crisis of Knowledge.” Medieval Encounters (May), 7, 3
Bynum, Victoria. “The Legend of the Free State of Jones.” True Stories From the American Past, Vol. I: to 1865, Altina Waller and William Graebner, eds. McGraw-Hill, 245-258
Garner, Lydia. “Justiça Administrativa no Brasil do Segundo Reinado, 1842-1889.” Revista de História, Department of History. University of São.Paulo, Brazil, Vol. 147 (2nd Semester), 159-188
Garner, Lydia. “As Guerras do Futuro na Nova Ordem Mundial.” Revista Marítima Brasileira, Vol. 122 (October - December), 109-135
Hartman, Gary. “The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum Celebrates Texas Country Music.” Journal of Texas Music History, Vol. 2, No. 2, (Fall), 7-15
Hartman, Gary. “The Roots Run Deep: An Overview of Texas Music History.” The Roots of Texas Music, Lawrence Clayton and Joe Specht, eds. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 4-36
Liddle, William and Donald W. Olson, et al. “Perfect Tide, Ideal Moon: Unappreciated Aspects of Wolfe’s Generalship at Quebec, 1759.” The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Ser., LIX (October), 957-974
McWilliams, James. “The Transition from Capitalism in the Chesapeake Bay Region, 1607-1760: An Interpretive Model.” Maryland Historical Magazine, (Summer), 135-153
McWilliams, James. “New England’s First Depression: Beyond an Export-Led Interpretation.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History (Summer), 1-20
Pohl, James. “The Early Days of the Army of Northern Virginia, 2 June-26 June, 1862,” Proceedings of the Confederate History Symposium, (August)
Yick, Joseph. “Party and State Socialism in Beijing, 1949-1965.” Journal of the Southwest Conference on Asian Studies, Vol. 3 (October 2001), 138-151

Modern Languages

Echeverría, Miriam. “Mirada y marejada en el Imperio de los sueños de J. Braschi.” Confluencia, 2, 98-103
Forrest, Jennifer. “Aerial Misses and Spectating Messieurs: The Paradox of the Lady Acrobat in the French fin de siècle.” Timothy Raser, ed. Peripheries of Nineteenth-Century French Studies. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 133-155
Forrest, Jennifer. “Remaking Le Voile bleu: An Interview with Norman Corwin, Screenwriter for The Blue Veil.” Jennifer Forrest and Leonard Koos, eds. Dead Ringers: The Remake in Theory and Practice. Albany: State University of New York Press, 309-336
Forrest, Jennifer. “The ‘Personal’ Touch: The Original, the Remake, and the Dupe in Early Cinema.” Jennifer Forrest and Leonard Koos, eds. Dead Ringers: The Remake in Theory and Practice. Albany: State University of New York Press, 89-126
Forrest, Jennifer. “Sadie Thompson Redux: Postwar Reintegration of the Wartime Wayward Woman.” Jennifer Forrest and Leonard Koos, eds. Dead Ringers: The Remake in Theory and Practice. Albany: State University of New York Press, 169-202
Forrest, Jennifer and Leonard Koos. “Reviewing Remakes: An Introduction.” Jennifer Forrest and Leonard Koos, eds. Dead Ringers: The Remake in Theory and Practice. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1-36
Galván, Roberto. “Kairos.” La Prensa de San Antonio (November 24), 18
Galván, Roberto. “About My Birth.” The Daily Record (February 14), 5A
Galván, Roberto. “La mecedora.” La Prensa, Austin (June 19), 2
Galván, Roberto. “A Wedding Anniversary Poem.” The Daily Record (August 25), 2C
Galván, Roberto. “Mi Galatea.” La Prensa de San Antonio (August 11), 4C
Galván, Roberto. “El 16 de Septiembre.” La Prensa, Austin (September 12), 10
Harney, Lucy. “Costumbrismo and the Ideology of Género Chico.” Ojáncano: Revista de literature española. 22, 33-58
Lugones, Néstor. “Rubén Darío y la Historia Francorum de Gregorio de Tours.” In Urbina, Nicasio, ed., Miradas Críticas sobre Rubén Darío. Managua: Centro de Investigaciones sobre la Realidad Americana
Lugones, Néstor. “‘Dutchman van Müller’ de las memorias del Sultán de Suav.” Confluencia, 18, 1, 206-208
Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. “Autobiografia feminista: o confronto do eu e do social no romance de escritoras latino-americanas.” Letras de hoje. 130, 21-40
Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. “Esquecimento.” Joyce Cavalccante, ed. O talento feminine em verso e prosa. São Paulo: Selo Editorial REBRA, 32-33
Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. “O desejo lesbiano no conto de escritoras brasileiras contemporâneas. Revista Mulheres e Literatura, 7. www.letras.ufrj.br/litcult
Ugalde, Sharon. “Hilos y palabras: Diseños de une ginotradición (Rosario Castellanos, Pat Mora y Cecilia Vicuña).” Salina. Revista de Lletres, 16, 219-226
Ugalde, Sharon. “La sombría claridad.” Litoral, 233, 244-250

Philosophy

Hutcheson, Peter. “Freedom in Sartre’s Being and Nothingness,” Southwest Philosophical Review (Summer), 137-140
Luizzi, Vincent. “In Search of People’s Courts in China in 1999,” Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. LXXXIV, nos. 1-2, 105-120
Luizzi, Vincent. “Law as Acts of Citizens,” Legal Philosophy Proceedings of the 19th World Congress for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Michel Troper and Annalise Verza, eds. Franz Steiner Verlag, Beiheft 82, 45-50
Raphael, Rebecca. “That’s No Literature, That’s My Bible: On James Kugel’s Objections to the Idea of Biblical Poetry,” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 27:1 (September), 37-45
Raphael, Rebecca. “Religion from the Point of View of the Damned,” Religious Studies News, AAR Edition (May)

Political Science


Grasso, Kenneth. "Introduction: The Achievement of Francis Canavan." A Moral Enterprise: Politics, Reason and the Human Good/Essays in Honor of Francis Canavan, Wilmington, DE: Intercollegiate Studies Institute, xi-xxii
Grasso, Kenneth and Robert Hunt, eds. "The Triumph of Will: Rights Mania, the Culture of Death and the Crisis of Enlightenment Liberalism." A Moral Enterprise: Politics, Reason and the Human Good, Wilmington, DE: Intercollegiate Studies Institute, 221-243
Wright, Walter. “Novedades de los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica-No.6.” El Acuerdo (Buenos Aires, Argentina), 8-9
Wright, Walter. “Spanish-Speaking Participants in Mediation: Past, Present and Future at Texas DRCs.” Texas Mediator (Fall), 16-21

Psychology

Davis, J. M. "Countering international terrorism: Perspectives from international psychology." In C. E. Stout ed. The psychology of terrorism: Vol. 4. Programs and practices in response and prevention. Westport: Praeger Publishers, 33-56
Davis, J. M. “Social support and health: Attitude similarity and ethnic self-identification." In W. H. Holtzman, ed. Proceedings of the Annual Meetings on Cross-Cultural Research and Training on Mental Health and Psychosocial Factors in Health in Mexico and Texas. Austin: Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, The University of Texas at Austin and the Texas/WHO Collaborating Center. 13-14
Fling, S. “Research and Training in Peace Psychology.” In S. N. Chattopadhyaya, ed. Culture and Quest. Calcutta: Comilla Press
Jurica, B., A. Alanis and S. Ogletree. "Sex differences related to video arcade game behavior." Psi Chi Journal of Undergraduate Research, 7, 145-148
*Stea, D. and D. D. Kerkman. "Mapping as a Cultural and Cognitive Universal." Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, Texas/World Health Organization Collaborating Center, Austin, TX
*Stea, D., D. D. Kerkman and M. F. Piñon. "Mapping among Preschoolers: A Foundation for Geographic Education. International Research in Geographic and Environmental Education
Méndèz, R., T. Hulsey and R. Archer. "Multiple partners in the age of AIDS: Self-consciousness theory and HIV risk behavior." In N. Pallone, ed. Love, Romance, Sexual Interaction: Research Perspectives from Current Psychology, Doylestown: Transaction Publishers
Ogletree, S. "Gender roles in cartoon programming: Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, and Pokémon." Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies Abstract. (November) (requested article)
Osborne, R. E. "I may be homeless but I am not helpless: The costs and benefits of identifying with homelessness." Self and Identity. 43-52
Spurgeon, D. and R. E. Osborne. "What's in a Chad?: Self-Monitoring and Presidential Voting Behavior in the 2000 Election." Psi Chi Journal of Undergraduate Research, 7, 85-89

Sociology

Caldwell, Sally. “From Zero to Sixty in a Small Texas Town” Planning (December). 20-23
Trepagnier, Barbara. “Mapping Sociological Concepts." Teaching Sociology. 30:1, 108-119
Watt, Toni Terling and Susan Sharp. "Race Differences in Strains Associated with Suicidal Behavior among Adolescents." Youth & Society. 34, 2, 232-256
Watt, Toni Terling, Susan Sharp and Leslie Atkins. "The Relationship between Personal Control and Disordered Eating Patterns Among College Females." Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 32: 12, 2502-2512
Wilder, Esther and Toni Terling Watt. "Risky Parental Behavior and Adolescent Sexual Activity at First Coitus." Milbank Quarterly. 80: 3, 481-524
Watt, Toni Terling. "Marital and Cohabiting Relationships of Adult Children of Alcoholics: Evidence from the National Survey of Families and Households." The Journal of Family Issues. 23: 2, 246-265. 30:1

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

Anthropology

Bousman, C. Britt. “The Paleoindian-Archaic Transition in the Southern Prairie Plains." Texas Archaeological Society, Laredo, TX
Bousman, C. Britt, Garth Sampson, Lia Tsesmeli, Ryan Kashanipour and Linda Hodges. “The Zeekoe Valley GIS Project." Society of African Archaeologists, Tucson, AR
Brown, M. Kathryn, James Garber and Christopher Hartman. “The Establishment and Continued Use of Sacred Space by the Ancient Maya of the Belize River Valley.” American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, LA
Erhart, Elizabeth, D.J. Overdorff and T. Mutschler. “Rates of Agonism by Lemurid Primates: Implications for Establishing Female Dominance.” American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Buffalo, NY
Garber, James. “The Early Middle Formative (1000-800 BC) Occupation at the Maya Site of Blackman Eddy, Belize.” Society for American Archaeology, Denver, CO
Garber, James and M. Kathryn Brown. “Early Occupation (1200-800 BC) at the Site of Blackman Eddy, Belize.” American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, LA
Glassman, David, Marden E. Alder and David Senn. “An American Atheist at Rest: The Abduction, Murder, Recovery and Identification of Madalyn Murray O’Hair.” American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Atlanta, GA
Glassman, David and Juan Luis Bonor. “Mortuary Practices of the Prehistoric Maya from Caves Branch Rock Shelter, Belize.” Society for American Archaeology, Denver, CO
Warms, Richard. “Friendship and Kinship among Merchants and Veterans in Mali.” Max Plank Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle, Germany
Reilly, F. Kent. “Formative Period Stylistic Diversity within the Central Rio Balsas Region of Guerrero, Mexico.” American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, LA
Reilly, F. Kent. “The Symbolic Function of Locatives within the Motif Sets of Walls Engraved Pottery.” Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Biloxi, MS

English

Allison, Libby. “You Gotta ‘Dance With Who Brung Ya’: Forming Relationships Outside the English Department.” Writing Program Administrators Conference, Park City, UT
Allison, Libby. Panel Chair, “Furthering the Dialogue: Three Responses to the CCC Guidelines.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, Chicago, IL
Allison, Libby. “Non-traditional-aged Students and New Technology: Fear and Loathing in Cyberspace.” Program for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, “From the Experts to the Experts: Strategies to Facilitate Learning,” Aquarena Springs, San Marcos, TX
Beebe, Susan and Patricia Margerison. “Preparing Students K-16 in English/Language Arts.” San Marcos, CISD, San Marcos, TX
Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “Learning from French, Arabic and Wolof.” Modern Language Association Convention, New York, NY
Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “Crashing Cars, Hidden Climax: The Semiotics of Desire.” Society for Cinema Studies Conference, Denver, CO
Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “Dismembering the Master Narrative of Film Romance.” 27th Annual Conference on Literature and Film, University of Florida, Tallahassee, FL
Blair, John. “Happy Puppy.” South Central Christianity in Literature Conference, New Orleans, LA
Blanchard, Lydia. “Apocalypse in New Mexico: ‘The Woman Who Rode Away’ and the Book of Revelation.” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Scottsdale, AZ
Busby, Mark. “The Death of Witch Hunts, the Rebirth of Paranoia, the Reconstitution of Anti-Americanism, and the Dearth of Humor: The Aftermath of 9/11.” Humanities Symposium, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Busby, Mark. “Husabye and All the Pretty [Little] Horses.” Cormac McCarthy Society, Tucson, AZ
Busby, Mark. Presidential Address. “Knowing Your Place.” South Central Modern Language Association, Austin, TX
Busby, Mark. Reading from Fort Benning Blues. Elmer Kelton Symposium, Angelo State University
Cassells, Cyrus. Featured poet and reading, First Annual Forum in Poetry and Literature. Word Songs: The Storytelling Tradition in American Poetry. The Festival Institute at Round Top, Round Top, TX
Cassells, Cyrus. Panelist. "Storytelling, Verse and Lyric: A Literary Conversation." First Annual Forum in Poetry and Literature, Word Songs: The Storytelling Tradition in American Poetry, The Festival Institute at Round Top, Round Top, TX
Evans, Patricia. “Gender, Order, and Identity in Samuel Delany’s Trouble on Triton.” International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Gilb, Dagoberto (with Richard Ford, William Kittridge, Lee Smith, Joy Williams, Kent Haruf, Mona Simpson, Peter Mattiessen, Allan Gurganus, Annick Smith, Russell Banks, Maxine Kumin). Reading. Key West Literary Seminar, Key West, FL
Gilb, Dagoberto (with Rigoberto González, Maya Ixta Murray, Marisela Norte). Reading. University of California, Riverside, CA
Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL
Gilb, Dagoberto. Reading. The National Book Festival, sponsored by Laura Bush, Washington, D.C.
Gilb, Dagoberto (with Annie Proulx, Robert Caro, Fannie Flagg). Gala reader. Texas Book Festival, Austin, TX
Gilb, Dagoberto (with Sandra Cisneros and Jimmy Santiago Baca). "At the Crossroads: Mexican American Literature." Panelist. Texas Book Festival, Austin, TX
Gilb, Dagoberto (with Annie Proulx). "Hart Songs and Gritos: The work of Dagoberto Gilb and Annie Proulx." Panelist. Texas Book Festival, Austin, TX
Hankins, June. “Dickinson and Audience: Ambivalent Ellipsis.” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Scottsdale, AZ
Hanson, Susan. Reading. “Where It All Begins.” Southwest Symposium, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Heaberlin, Dick. “Of Dachshunds and Dashes: Subjects and Style in E.B. White and John Graves.” John
Graves Symposium, Southwest Writers Collection, SWT
Heaberlin, Dick. “Edwin Lanham: an Important Western Writer.” Western American Literature Conference, Tucson, AZ
Holt, Elvin. Panelist. “History, Folklore, and Fiction in African-American Texas: A Symposium.” Southwest Writers Collection.
Laird, Edgar. “St. Augustine and Christine de Pizan.” Humanities Seminar, SWT
Ledbetter, Kathryn. “Bonnets and Rebellions in The Lady’s Newspaper.” Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States Conference, Boise, ID
Ledbetter, Kathryn. “Fraser’s ‘Calumniated Women’ and Scandal as Commodity.” Research Society for Victorian Periodicals Conference, Ann Arbor, MI
Lochman, Daniel. “Spongy Sacraments: John Colet, Dionysius the Areopagite, and the Meaning of Sacred Acts.” Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, San Antonio, TX
Marquiss, Twister (Christopher). “Bill, Wyoming.” Western Literature Association Conference, Tucson, AZ
Mejía, Jaime. “The Rhetoric of Making Tamales.” Conference of College Composition and Communication, Chicago, IL
Monroe, Debra. Reading. Florida International University, Miami, FL
Monroe, Debra. Reading. Taos Writer’s Conference. Taos, NM
Morrison, Susan. “Teaching the Medireview Pilgrimage.” South Central Modern Language Association, Austin, TX
Nelson, Claudia. “Historical or Contemptuous? Images of Asians in St. Nicholas Magazine, 1888-1910.” Modern Language Association, New York, NY
Nelson, Claudia. "'Male Parenthood, Too, Is Dearly Bought': Fatherhood in Ethel Turner’s The Cub and Captain Cub." South Central Modern Language Association, Austin, TX
Olson, Marilynn. Moderator, "Picture This! Children's Book Illustrators." Texas Book Festival, Austin, TX
Olson, Marilynn. "'A Just Concern for the Public Danger': Trompe l’oeil Journalism, Social Metaphor, and Mayday Rampage." Children’s Literature Association, Wilkes-Barre, PA
Parkin-Speer, Diane. “Margaret Fell’s Rhetorical Self-Presentation in Her Trials in 1664." Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, San Antonio, TX
Peirce, Kathleen. Reading. The University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
Ronan, Clifford. “Reformation and Shakespeare’s Faith in His Second Tetralogy.” Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, San Antonio, TX
Ronan, Clifford. “Fidelity, Forgiveness, and the Religious Subtext of King Richard II.” Invited seminar paper, Annual Conference of the Shakespeare Association of America, Minneapolis, MN
Rosenberg, Teya. “A Magical Education: Textual and Contextual Knowledge in The Children of Green Knowe.” The 29th Annual International Conference of the Children’s Literature Association, Wilkes-Barre, PA
Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. “Eikon Basiliké: The Persistence of the Past.” Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV
Wells, Kim. “Feminists for the NRA: Sci Fi Chicks with Guns.” Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM
Wilson, Nancy. “English Departmentalization.” Retzhoff Conference, Liebnitz, Austria
Wilson, Steve. “Thoreau’s ‘Spring’ and Chaos Theory.” Expanding Circles, Transcending Disciplines, and Multimodal Texts-New Conceptions of English and American Studies in a Globalizing World, Liebnitz, Austria
Wilson, Steve. Poetry Reading. University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia
Wilson, Steve. Invited lecture. "Allen Ginsberg and The New American Prosody." Karl-Franzens University, Graz, Austria
Wilson, Steve. Poetry Reading. Karl-Franzens University, Graz, Austria

Geography

Anderson, Sharolyn. "Assessment of Spatio-Temporal Data: Applications and Implications." Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, NY
Augustin, Byron. "Qatar's North Field Natural Gas Development," Symposium on the Middle East, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX
Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise. “Assessing Hazardousness of Place: A Pre-Disaster Typology for Imputing Economic Values to Environmental Assets.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise. “The James and Marilyn Lovell Center for Environmental Geography and Hazards Research.” 27th Annual Workshop on Hazards Research and Applications, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Springer, Cathryn and R. Denise Blanchard-Boehm. “Disaster Warnings in San Marcos, Texas: Communicating in Ethnically Diverse Places.” Annual Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, NY
Boehm, Richard. “Problem Solving in the Social Studies: Get Your Students Involved.” 38th Conference of Virginia Social Studies Educators, Richmond, VA
Boehm, Richard. “Problem-Solving Model for Teaching Social Studies.” 33rd Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies, Boston, MA
Boehm, Richard. “Geography’s Five Themes, Six Essential Elements and the North Carolina Standard Course of Study.” North Carolina Council for the Social Studies, Greensboro, NC
Boehm, Richard and David Rutherford. “A Model for Teaching Geography in U.S. History Courses.” National Council for Geographic Education, Philadelphia, PA
Boehm, Richard and David Rutherford. “Commonalities in World History/World Geography.” Texas Council for the Social Studies, Austin, TX
Butler, David. “The Geomorphic Influences of Beaver Dams and Beaver-dam Failure.” 33rd Annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, Bloomsburg, PA
Butler, David. “Morphometry and Soils of Pleistocene Solifluction Terraces, Glacier National Park, Montana.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Butler, David. “Dynamic Surface Processes in Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Canada and USA.” National Park Service GeoIndicators Scoping Meeting, West Glacier, MT
Butler, David. “Geomorphic Influences on Tree Establishment at Alpine Treeline.” U.S. Geological Survey Workshop on Alpine Treeline Ecotones, Whitefish, MT
Butler, David. “Geomorphic Effects of Climate Change.” Society of Sigma Xi and School of Geology, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK
Crowe, J. C. "Interdisciplinary Needs at the River Reach Scale." NSF Concept Paper
Crowe, J. C. and P. R. Wilcock. "An Experimental Study of the Step-pool Bed form." American Geophysical Union Meeting, San Francisco, CA
Crowe, J. C. "The Formation of the Step-pool Bedform." Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Laredo, TX
Crowe, J. C. “The Canyon Dam Flood of July, 2002: Analysis and Visualization of an Extreme Hydro-
geomorphic Event.” Panel session, Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Laredo, TX
Crowe, J. C., and Carol Sawyer. "Canyon Lake Dam Flood of July, 2002." 33rd Annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, Bloomsburg, PA
Day, Frederick. “New Church Locations: The Importance of Denomination in San Antonio, Texas.” Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Laredo, TX
Day, Frederick. “A Comparison of Metrics for Assessing Population Growth and Concentration: Texas, 1930-2000.” Southern Regional Demographic Group, Austin, TX
Dixon, Richard. “The Canyon Dam Flood of July 2002; Analysis and Visualization of an Extreme Hydro-geomorphic Event.” Panel session, Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Laredo, TX
Dixon, Richard. “Interannual Variations in South Texas Climate.” Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, NY
Dixon, Richard, and Jonathan Herbert. “Death and Injury from Tornados in Texas.” Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, NY
Dixon, Richard. “Impact of ENSO Phase on Yellowstone Lake Discharge.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Dixon, Richard, Forrest Wilkerson, Mark Cook and Ginger Schmid. “Clast Size Variation of Sorted Periglacial Patterned Ground in the White Mountains of California.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Estaville, Lawrence. "Ethnic Geography: Avenues for Further Research." Panel Session, Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Estaville, Lawrence. "Recruiting Minority Students into University Geography Departments," Panel Session, Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, NY
Estaville, Lawrence and Richard Boehm. “Summer Geography Academy for Minority Scholars.” 13th Annual Geo-Tech Conference, Dallas, TX
Garcia-Mira, R., J. Romay, M. A. Simon and D. Stea. "La Construccion Social de la Enfermedad." Segunda Jornada sobre Psicologia y Salud, Universidade de A Coruna, Galicia, Spain
Garcia-Mira, R., D. Stea and V. S. Elguea. “Environmental Psychology and Environmental Policy: Theoretical and Practical Issues.” International Symposium on Environmental Psychology, Sao Paolo, Brazil
Horner, Mark and Alan Murray. “Representation Issues in GIS-based Transit Modeling.” Regional Science Association International, San Juan, PR
Horner, Mark and Morton O’Kelly. "Rethinking Representation in Spatial Models." GIScience 2002, Boulder, CO
Horner, Mark. "Mapping Accessibility in Urban Areas," Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Lu, Yongmei. "Correspondence of Clusters in Point Pairs." Association of American Geographers. Los Angeles, CA
Lu, Yongmei. "Investigating the Spatial Constructs of Urban Crime Context: A GIS Approach." Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Laredo, TX
Macey, Susan. “GIS: Analyzing the Evolution from Systems to Science.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Payton, A., P. Ricchiazzi, C. Gautier and D. Lubin. "A Highly Resolved Time-Series of Cloud and Surface Properties Using 3-D Radiative Transfer at the Antarctic Coastline." American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA
Petersen, James and Nancy Newborn Middlebrook. "An Analysis of World Regional Geography Courses in American Universities." Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Petersen, James and David Stea. “Binational Research and Education in Environmental Geography.” Association of Borderlands Studies, Albuquerque, NM
Petersen, James and Nancy Newborn Middlebrook. "The Core of World Geography.” National Council for Geographic Education, Philadelphia, PA
Petersen, James. “Map––the World in Spatial Terms.” Texas Council for the Social Studies, Austin, TX
Prosperie, L. F. and J. R. Eyton. " Visualizing Volcanic Hazards." 27th Annual Hazards Research and Applications Workshop, Boulder, CO
Prosperie, L. F. and J. R. Eyton. "A Systematic Mapping Approach Using National land Cover Data For Visualizing Volcanic Hazards. " The Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section, 98th Annual Meeting, Corvallis, OR
Prosperie, L. F. and J. R. Eyton. "Visualizing Volcanic Hazards: A Mapping Approach Using National Land Cover Data for Enhancing Sustainable Mitigation Research.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Schneider, D. F. and S. M. Macey. “Foundlings, Asylums, Almshouses and Orphanages: The Diffusion of Child Protection.” Middle States Division of the Association of American Geographers, Montclair, NJ
Stinchcomb, David and Susan Macey. “Roadway Slope Mapping." GIScience 2002, Second International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Boulder, CO
Shelley, Fred, Ryan Weichel and Tanya McKay. “Electoral Geography on the Border: The Texas Democratic Primary of 2002.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Solem, Michael. "The Global Geographic Inquiry Challenge Project." Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Solem, Michael. “Evaluating a Web-based Project to Build International Collaborations for Global Geography Education.” International Geographical Union, Regional Congress, Durban, South Africa
Solem, Michael. “Using the Internet to Support International Collaborative Teaching and Learning.” National Council for Geographic Education, Philadelphia, PA
Solem, Michael. “Delivering an Online Certificate Program in Geographic Information Systems.” Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL
*Stea, David and D. D. Kerkman. "Mental Health and Psychosocial Factors in Health in Mexico and Texas." Annual Meeting of Cross-Cultural Research and Training, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
*Stea, David and D. D. Kerkman. "Globalization and its Discontents: Spatial Cognition and Social Distancing in North America." 17th Congress of the International Association for People-Environment Studies, A Coruna, Galicia, Spain
*Stea, David and D. D. Kerkman. "From Spatial Cognition to Mapping and Participator Design." Environmental Design Research Association, Philadelphia, PA
Stea, David and Ronald Stephenson. Panel session, "Left, Right, Front, and Behind Me: Later Perspectives on Perception.” Environmental Design Research Association, Philadelphia, PA
* Kerkman, D. D. and D. Stea. “Correcting Distortions in North American Spatial Imagery.” National Council for Geographic Education, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
* Kerkman, D. D. and D. Stea. “Learning Behavior and Mapping Behavior in Early Childhood and Adolescence.” Association of American Geographers, New York, NY
* Kerkman, D. D. and D. Stea. “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 D. Stea. “Thinking Big: Understanding Problems of Continental and Global Scale.” Bi-National Applied Research Meeting convened by the Center for Texas-Mexico Applied Research, SWT (Invited)
* Kerkman, D. D., D. Stea, N. R. Brown and A. Friedman. “A Mexican Mental Map of North America.” Colloquium, Center for Texas-Mexico Applied Research, SWT
Tiefenbacher, John. “Towards a Geography of Animal Hazards: Alligator Attacks and the Spatial Pattern of Alligator-Human Encounters.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Zhan, F. B. "GIS-Based Allocation Analysis of Regional Water Demand." Geoinfomatics 2002: Geoinfomatics for Global Change Studies and Sustainable Development, Nanjing, China
Zhan, F. B. "Monitoring Geographic Concentration of Female Breast Cancer Using Cluster Analysis: The Case of New Mexico." Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, NY
Lin, H., J. Gong, J. Tsou, Y. Zhao, Z. Zhang and F. B. Zhan. "VGE: A New Communication Platform for
the General Public." Singapore, Singapore

History

Andrews, Gregg. “Dust to Dust: Atlas Cement, Mark Twain Tourism, and the State in the Destruction of Ilasco, Missouri.” Keynote Address, Southern Industrialization Project, 6th Annual Meeting, University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, IL
Andrews, Gregg. “Celebrating Diversity Through Local History: The Case of Ilasco, Missouri.” Missouri Write to Learn Conference, Osage Beach, MO
Bargeron, Carol. “Middle Eastern Cities as a Mirror of Islâm.” World History Institute, San Antonio College, San Antonio, TX
Brennan, Mary. “‘Silly, Stupid Woman’ Gender, Anticommunism and Doloris Bridges.” Presented in absentia, American Historical Association, San Francisco, CA
Bynum, Victoria. Keynote speaker, “The Free State of Jones: Mississippi’s Longest Civil War.” 5th Biennial Historic Natchez Conference, Natchez, MS
Bynum, Victoria. “‘Bandits’ and ‘Miscreants’: The Free State of Jones.” Mississippi Historical Society, Annual Meeting, Hattiesburg, MS
Bynum, Victoria. “A Family Tradition: Origins of Unionism Among the Collinses of Texas.” Texas State Historical Association, Corpus Christi, TX
De la Teja, Frank. “From Rear Guard to Front Line: Juan Seguín and the Tejano Company at San Jacinto.” Battle of San Jacinto Symposium, Houston, TX
Dunn, Dennis. “Role of Religion in the Decline of the Soviet Empire.” University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN
Garner, Lydia. “As Guerras do Futuro na Nova Ordem Mundial.” ESG, Escola Superior de Guerra; Clube Naval Instituto Histórico-Cultural da Aeronáutica (*First woman invited to give a paper at the Institute – 129th seminar) and CEBRES, Centro Brasileiro de Estudos Estratégicos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Garner, Lydia. “A Seção de Marinha e Guerra do Conselho de Estado: Seus Membros e Suas Funçóes.” Clube Naval Instituto Histórico-Cultural da Aeronáutica, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Hart, Paul. “The Mexican Revolution Revisited.” Pacific Coast Council of Latin American Studies, Los Angeles, CA
Hartman, Gary. Panel Member: “Handbook of Texas and the Handbook of Texas Music.” Texas State Historical Association, Corpus Christi, TX
Margerison, Kenneth. “The Compagnie des Indes and Public Opinion at the End of the Old Regime.” French Historical Studies in Texas Conference, Houston, TX
McWilliams, James. “Accounting for the Past One Debit and Credit at a Time.” Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
McWilliams, James. “Accounting for Interest in Seventeenth-Century New England.” Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
Menninger, Margaret. “The Performance of Bildung: Civic Action and the Theater in Nineteenth-Century Leipzig.” Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference, Fairfax, VA
Pohl, James. Panel Member, “Lincoln, Lee and the Strategy of the Civil War.” Confederate History Symposium, Harold B. Simpson Civil War Research Center, Hillsboro, TX
Pohl, James. “The Early Days of the Army of Northern Virginia, 2 June-26 June, 1862.” Confederate History Symposium, Harold B. Simpson Civil War Research Center, Hillsboro, TX
Pohl, James. “Jominian Influence on Nineteenth-Century Warfare.” Sons of the Republic of Texas District Meeting, Austin, TX
Pohl, James. “Speculations on the Civil War as an Example of War in the Modern World.” Houston Civil War Round Table, Houston, TX
Yick, Joseph. “Chinese Nationalist-Communist Struggle in Hong Kong: The ‘Kashmir Princess Incident’ of 1955.” Annual Meeting of the Southwest Conference on Asian Studies, Huntsville, TX
Yick, Joseph. “The Historical Role of the CCP’s Beijing Municipal Committee in the Cultural Revolution, November 1965 – May 1966.” Annual Meeting of the Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast, Regional Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Bellingham, WA
Yick, Joseph. “The Three Battle Fronts in the Chinese Civil War, 1945-1949.” Annual Conference of the Chinese Military History Society, Manhattan, KS

Modern Languages

Brister, Louis. “J. F. Waldeck and Carl Nebel: Two German Artists in Search of Mexico’s Cultural Treasures.” Southwest Council of Latin American Studies, Morelia, Mexico
Di Mauro-Jackson, Moira. “The Rhetoric of Decadence: Decadence as a Socio-cultural Criticism.” South Central Modern Language Association, Austin, TX
Echeverría, Miriam. “Como clavado en la piel: la poética de Nancy Morejón.” XIII Conferencia de la Asociación de Literatura Femenina Hispánica, República Dominicana
Echeverría, Miriam. “En busca de la persona erótica de la Quintrala (1600).” Coloquio Internacional: erotismo y representatción de la mujer en la cultura latinoamericana y caribeña, Casa de la Americas, La Habana, Cuba
Echeverría, Miriam. “Urbes, escritura y cercanía del terror en Braschi.” Primer Congreso de Lengua y Literatura, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Fischer, Robert. “Ils sont fous, ces Français: A Multimedia Reading Application.” EUROCALL 2002, University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland
Fischer, Robert. “Authoring Multimedia Materials and Tracking the Results of Their Use.” CALL 2002, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium
Fischer, Robert. “Publishing in Applied Linguistics.” American Association for Applied Linguistics, Salt Lake City, UT
Fischer, Robert, Jack Burston and Joseph Colpaert. “Publishing in the Field of CALL.” CALICO 2002, University of California, Davis, CA
Forrest, Jennifer. “‘Cette ombre charmante et dramatique de l’histoire’ (I: 308): The Goncourt Brothers’ Marie-Antoinette.” South Central Modern Language Association, Austin, TX
Forrest, Jennifer. “Gustave Moreau, Orientalist Painting, and the Lure of Abstraction.” The 28th Annual Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Forrest, Jennifer. “Portrait of the Artist as Acrobat: Théodore de Banville at the Circus.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY
Galvan, Roberto A. “Los guayines.” XII Congreso de la Asociación de Academias de la Lengua Española, San Juan, PR
Gragera, Antonio. “Competence Differences Between L1 and L2 Speakers: Coreference in the Acquisition of the Spanish Subjunctive.” VII Encuentro Internacional de Lingüística en el Noroeste, Hermosillo, Sonora, México
Harney, Lucy. “How Gender Decodes Nationalism in Spanish Zarzuela.” South Central Modern Language Association, Austin, TX
Locklin, Blake. “Citizens of the World: The Dream of a Transnational Community.” Crossroads in Cultural Studies Fourth International Conference, Tampere, Finland
Locklin, Blake. “A Seductive Country: Japan as Paraguayan Paradise in Madama Sui.” South Central Modern Language Association, Austin, TX
Martin, Carole. “Figure de lectrice: portrait de la belle Circassienne lisant La logique de Port-Royal.” International Colloquium on Lectrices d’Ancien Régime, Université de Rennes II, Rennes, France
Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. “Female Agency, Eroticism, and Pornography: Reading Marilene Felinto’s As mulheres de Tijucopapo Twenty Years Later.” Annual Meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. “Women in Brazilian Literature: From Myth to Agency.” Eighth Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Ugalde, Sharon. “Lecturas disconformes y escrituras subversivas.” El Hipanismo cultural en los E.E.U., Universidad de Granada, Granada, Spain
Ugalde, Sharon. “Poéticas de las poetas de medio siglo.” Symposium in Honor of Andrew Debicki, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Ugalde, Sharon. “La sombría claridad.” Symposium: Ángel González: Un clásico de nuestro tiempo, Universidad de Almería, Almería, Spain
Ugalde, Sharon. “Las poetas de los 50, 60, 70.” Encuentro de Mujeres Poetas, Granada, Spain
Ugalde, Sharon. “Sujeto femenino y palabra poética: La poesía de Juana Castro.” Diputación de Córdoba, Córdoba, Spain

Philosophy

Fulmer, C. Lynne. “Capitalism: From Utopian Dreams to Dystopian Betrayal.” Society for Utopian Studies, Orlando, FL
Fulmer, C. Lynne. “The Puzzle Method of Teaching Arguments (PMTA).” International Society for the Study of Argumentation, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Fulmer, C. Lynne. “The Killing State: Arbitrariness, Amoebas and the Death Penalty.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society, Galveston, TX
Fulmer, Gilbert. “Utopianism and Evolutionary Morality.” Society for Utopian Studies, Orlando, FL
Fulmer, Gilbert. “Howard Van Till’s Super-Naturalism.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society, Galveston, TX
Fulmer, Gilbert. “The Genealogy of Argumentation.” International Society for the Study of Argumentation, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Gordon, Jeffrey. “Buddha, Socrates, Jesus: In Search of Enduring Wisdom.” Keynote speech in Spirit Walk, Austin, TX
Geuras, Dean. “The Moral Status of the Right to Privacy: A Case Study.” Presentation at the 30th Conference on Value Inquiry, Milwaukee, WI
Hanks, J. Craig. “Can Postmodernist Theory Be A Critical Social Theory? The Case of Jean Baudrillard.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society, Galveston, TX
Hanks, J. Craig. “Some Ethical Issues in Organ Transplantation.” Mid-South Philosophy Conference, Memphis, TN
Hutcheson, Peter. “Hick, Personal Identity, and Immorality.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society, Galveston, TX
Joy, Glenn. “The Humor of Lewis Carroll.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society, Galveston, TX

Political Science

Brittain, Vicki. “Utilization of Legal Assistants in Pro Bono Public Law Programs: A Summary of Key ABA Activities Relating to Delivery of Pro Bono Legal Services.” Presented at the State Bar of Texas, Texas Forum XXI, Austin, TX
Garofalo, Charles. “Toward a Global Ethic: OECD Countries and Trust in Government.” National Conference of the American Society for Public Administration, Phoenix, Arizona, "Moral Agency and Governmental Reform: Administrative Discretion and the New Public Management," Annual Conference of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration, Istanbul, Turkey
Garofalo, Charles. Speech "Neither Saints Nor Martyrs Need Apply," on administrative ethics to 200 new members of the Federal Government's Senior Executive Service, Washington, D.C.
Grasso, Kenneth. "The Ambiguity of Modern Times: Christianity, Liberalism and the Modern Quest for Freedom." Pew Study Group on Politics and the Problem of Human Nature, Savannah, GA
Grasso, Kenneth. "The Subsidiary State: Social Pluralism, the State and the Problem of Subsidiarity in Catholic Social Thought." Civil Society: Three Views Conference, sponsored by Baylor University and the Civitas Program on Faith and Public Policy, Waco, TX
Grasso, Kenneth. Participant (and Chair), "Author's Roundtable: Robert P. Kraynak's Christian Faith and Modern Democracy." Roundtable, American Political Science Association, Boston, MA
Grasso, Kenneth. Participant, "Tocqueville and Guizot on Liberty and Democracy." Colloquium sponsored by the Liberty Fund, Santa Fe, NM
Grasso, Kenneth. Participant, "Liberty and the Lonely Crowd." Colloquium sponsored by the Liberty Fund, Savannah, GA
Grasso, Kenneth. Participant, "Private and Public Liberties: Constant, Tocqueville and Bryce." Colloquium sponsored by the Liberty Fund, Charleston, SC
Shields, Patricia. “Accrediting Institute Session on Assessment.” National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA
Shields, Patricia. “Writing Skills Toolbox: Overcoming Writer’s Block: Procrastination, and Perfectionism.” Executive Women in Texas Government Annual Professional Development Conference, Austin, TX
Tajalli, Hassan. “The Buenos Aires Mediation Law: An Analysis of the First Five Years.” International Conference of the Association for Conflict Resolution, San Diego, CA
Ward, Kenneth. "Democracy and the Rule of Law." American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA
Ward, Kenneth. Roundtable on "Natural Rights and the Right to Choose." American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA
Ward, Kenneth. “Looking For Law in All the Wrong Places––A Critique of the Academic Response to the Florida Election.” Southwestern Social Science Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA
Wright, Walter. “The Buenos Aires Mediation Law.” Association for Conflict Resolution, San Diego, CA
Wright, Walter. “Spanish-Speaking Participants in Mediation: Past, Present and Future at Texas DRCs.” Association for Conflict Resolution, San Diego, CA
Wright, Walter. “The Interview Assignment.” American Association for Paralegal Education, Orlando, FL

Psychology

Czyzewska, M. (and 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, York, UK
Davis, J. M. "International psychology: Entering new worlds." Presidential Address, 48th Annual Convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Corpus Christi, TX
Davis, J. M. "Teaching a course on the psychology of health promotion." Annual Meeting of the Texas/World Health Organization Collaborating Center, Cuernavaca, Mexico (Invited)
Fling, S. "Quantum Consciousness, Creativity, and the Way of Tea.” Conference of the Institute of Noetic Sciences (USA) and the School of Ancient Wisdom (India), Devanahalli, India
Fling, S. “Learning from Japanese and American Communication Styles for Global Partnerships." 25th Annual Conference of the Society of Educators and Scholars, San Antonio, TX
Ginsburg, H. J., K. Rogerson, E. Voght, J. Walters and R. D. Bartels. "Sex differences in children’s risk-taking revisited: Natural observations at the San Antonio Zoo." Poster presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Society, New Orleans, LA
Ginsburg H. J. and R. D. Bartels. "Compassion can be experimentally induced in young children." Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, New Orleans, LA
Ginsburg, H. J. Symposium Chairman. "Searching for compassion." Biennial meeting of the Southwestern Society for Research in Human Development, Austin, TX
Ginsburg, H. J. "The compassion gene?" Biennial meeting of the Southwestern Society for Research in Human Development, Austin, TX
Kerkman, D. D., A. Friedman and N. R. Brown. “A Cross-National Comparison of Biases in Subjective North American Geography.” Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Orlando, FL
* Kerkman, D. D. and D. Stea. “Correcting Distortions in North American Spatial Imagery.” National Council for Geographic Education, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
* Kerkman, D. D. and D. Stea. “Learning Behavior and Mapping Behavior in Early Childhood and Adolescence.” Association of American Geographers, New York, NY
* Kerkman, D. D. and D. Stea. “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 D. Stea. “Thinking Big: Understanding Problems of Continental and Global Scale.” Bi-National Applied Research Meeting convened by the Center for Texas-Mexico Applied Research, SWT (Invited)
* Kerkman, D. D., D. Stea, N. R. Brown and A. Friedman. “A Mexican Mental Map of North America.” Colloquium, Center for Texas-Mexico Applied Research, SWT
*Stea, David and D. D. Kerkman. "Mental Health and Psychosocial Factors in Health in Mexico and Texas." Annual Meeting of Cross-Cultural Research and Training, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
*Stea, David and D. D. Kerkman. "Globalization and its Discontents: Spatial Cognition and Social Distancing in North America." 17th Congress of the International Association for People-Environment Studies, A Coruna, Galicia, Spain
*Stea, David and D. D. Kerkman. "From Spatial Cognition to Mapping and Participator Design." Environmental Design Research Association, Philadelphia, PA
Murr, C. and T. L. Hulsey. "Personalizing the Scholarship Selection Process to Enhance Recruitment, Retention, and Diversity." National Forum of the College Board, Atlanta, GA
Ogletree, S. M. “Sexy versus Smart; Gender-related differences.” Symposium Chair, Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, Corpus Christi, TX
Ogletree, S. M. “Sexy versus Smart: Changing Choices for Men and Women.” Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, Corpus Christi, TX
Ogletree, S. M. andC. N. Martinez, T. Turner, B. Mason. “Children and Pokémon: Exploring the role of gender.” Poster presentated at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, New Orleans, LA
Osborne, R. E. "I Hate You But I Have a Good Reason: Demographic Correlates of Hate." International Conference on the Social Sciences, Waikiki, HI
Osborne, R. E. "I May Be Homeless, But I am Not Helpless." Address, Southwestern Psychological Association, Corpus Christi, TX (Invited)
Osborne, R. E. "Developing a 'Good' Course Syllabus." Workshop for Southwestern Psychological Association, Corpus Christi, TX (Invited)
Osborne, R. E. "How to Build Community With Undergraduate Students and New Faculty." Address, Southwestern Psychological Association, Corpus Christi, TX (Invited)
Osborne, R. E. "Don't Mess With My Core Beliefs: Using Online Courses to Teach Sensitive Topic Courses." Presented at the Teaching Online in Higher Education Conference, Indiana University––Purdue University at Fort Wayne
Scott, J. and R. E. Osborne. "Brief Motivational Techniques on Active-Duty Personnel for the Sensible Weigh Program: Perceived Self-Efficacy, Intention to Change, & Actual Behavior Change." International Conference on the Social Sciences, Waikiki, HI
Wheeler, R. W. and Chris Frost. "Criteria for faculty evaluation: How much weight do students assign to student evaluations?" National Technology and Social Science Conference, Las Vegas, NV

Sociology

Anderson, Audwin and Larry Hall. "Gender Equity: Equal Opportunity or Equal Outcomes." Mid-South Sociological Association, Memphis, TN
Caldwell, Sally. “The Village of Wimberley Comprehensive Plan.” Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association, Joint meeting of Texas and New Mexico Chapters, El Paso, TX
Dorton, Harold, Jr. "Creating new spaces for experiences of loss: Work, layoff, and exclusion in an independent steel mill." Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, Chicago, IL
Majumdar, Debarun. “A Multi-behavioral Approach to Defining Sexual Risk Taking Behavior Among Adolescents Utilizing Latent Class Analysis.” American Sociological Association Conference, Chicago, IL
Majumdar, Debarun. “Social and Familial Determinants of Risky Sexual Behavior Among Adolescents.” Southern Demographic Association Conference, Austin, TX
McCord, Charlotte and Susan Day. "The Consequences of Home-Schooling for Children." Southwest Social Science Association, New Orleans, LA
Hope, Trina, Esther Wilder and Toni Terling Watt. "The Relationship Between Adolescent Pregnancy, Pregnancy Resolution and Juvenile Delinquency." Popular Association of America, Atlanta, GA

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VI. External Grants, Contracts, and Program Funding

Anthropology

Bousman, C. Britt and David Nickels. Archaeological Assessment of Group 5, Priority Sites at Camp Swift Training Center Near Bastrop, TX. Texas Army National Guard. $85,690
Bousman, C. Britt and David Nickels. Archaeological Testing on Prehistoric Site 41TV1667, Camp Mabry, Travis County, TX. $33,739
Bousman, C. Britt and David Nickels. An Archaeological Assessment of Strahan Coliseum, SWT. $16,714
Bousman, C. Britt and David Nickels. Archaeological Assessments of 13 Sites at Camp Swift Training Center near Bastrop, TX. Texas Army National Guard. $334,422
Bousman, C. Britt and David Nickels. Archaeological Survey on 21-Acres of Property Within Lockhart State Park. Texas Parks and Wildlife. $10,466
Bousman, C. Britt and David Nickels. Archaeological Survey on 17-Acres of Property Within Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPW) Headquarters Complex. Texas Parks and Wildlife. $7,746
Bousman, C. Britt and David Nickels. Archaeological Survey and Trench Monitoring Along 6,130 Meters of Wastewater Pipeline Near Cottonwood Creek. City of San Marcos. $5,765
Bousman, C. Britt and David Nickels. Archaeological Survey on 100-Acres of Property for the City of San Marcos Reclaimed Water Reservoir. City of San Marcos. $8,122
Bousman, C. Britt and David Nickels. Archaeological Auger Testing at Six Locations Along a 3,780 foot Section of the Proposed Riverside/Mkt Wastewater Inceptor Pipeline. City of San Marcos. $9,309

English

Busby, Mark. “Border Crossings: An Interdisciplinary Southwestern Studies Faculty Institute.” National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute for College Teachers. $153,000
Grimes, Tom. The Burdine Johnson Foundation, new annual funding for the Katherine Anne Porter House. $25,000
Grimes, Tom. Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, to produce a children’s book for the College for Texans Campaign. $30,000
Wilson, Miles. Thomas Williams Fellowship in Fiction, Christopher Isherwood Foundation. $3,000

Geography

Augustin, Byron. Educational Grant, Aramco Services Company, Houston, Texas. $3,000
Boehm, Richard. Grosvenor Scholars Program, National Geographic Society. $750,000
Boehm, Richard. Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, State of Texas. $50,000
Boehm, Richard. Grosvenor Center, Sid Richardson Foundation. $80,000
Boehm, Richard. and James R. Kimmel. Sustaining Natural Resources on Public Lands, National Geographic Society Research Foundation. $57,394
Butler, David (with G. P. Malanson, U. of Iowa; S. J. Walsh, U. of North Carolina; D. B. Fagre, U.S. Geological Survey). Small Grant for Exploratory Research: Effects of Avalanches on Local Carbon Budgets and Regional Forest Dynamics, National Science Foundation. $29,512
Butler, David. Invasibility of Tundra in the Northern Rocky Mountains–Soils and Sediment Analysis, U.S. Geological Survey. $10,025
Butler, David. 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. Travel Funding Grant for Participation in GeoIndicators Scoping Meeting, U.S. National Park Service. $1,000
Earl, Richard. Teaching Environmental Science, Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. $12,725
Earl, Richard. Teaching Environmental Science, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority. $750
Estaville, Lawrence. Sun Microsystems Laboratories for two high schools with student bodies of large percentage of minority students––San Marcos, TX and Fox Tech, San Antonio, TX. $103,000
Estaville, Lawrence. McGraw-Hill Publishing, Excellence in Geography Award Grant. $2,500
Kimmel, James. Texas Department of Transportation to conduct a feasibility study of the National Scenic Byways Program and other travel route alternatives for Texas and to summarize outdoor advertising and roadside vegetation regulations in Texas. $50,600
Larsen, Robert. Preparation of Regional Solid Waste Management Plan Amendment, South East Texas Regional Planning Commission. $54,120
Larsen, Robert. Preparation of Regional Solid Waste Management Plan Amendment, Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission. $54,250
Larsen, Robert. Preparation of Regional Solid Waste Management Plan Amendment, South Texas Development Council. $49,795
Larsen, Robert. Preparation of Regional Solid Waste Management Plan Amendment, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality - Umbrella Contract. $481,255
Solem, Michael. An Online Center for Global Geography Education, National Science Foundation. $152,548
Stea, David. National Science Foundation International Programs. Two bi-national meetings in Mexico on spatial cognition research. $7,900
* Kerkman, D.D. and D. Stea. Supplemental grant to “Mapping Behavior as a Cultural Universal.” National Science Foundation. $7,842
Brender, J. D and F. B. Zhan. Residential Proximity to Environmental Hazards and Congenital Malformations in Offspring, Center for Disease Control and Prevention via the Texas Birth Defects Research Center. $236,048

History

Cagniart, Pierre. Longman editors contract for review of Western Civilization textbook chapters. $100
Dunn, Dennis. Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Grant. “Canadian-US Relations After September 11.” $C20,000
Hartman, Gary. The Joan and Herb Kelleher Charitable Foundation grant for publication of the Journal of Texas Music History. $5,000
McWilliams, James. Scholar in Residence, The Phillips Library. Salem, MA (May and December 2002). $1,000
Yick, Joseph. East Asian Library Travel Grant, University of Pittsburgh. “The Hong Kong Communist Party and the Politics of Subversiveness and Collaboration. 1947-1997.” $500

Psychology

Davis, J. M. Teaching Resources for Internationalizing the Psychology Curriculum. Grant awarded by Division Two of the American Psychological Association, Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology (OTRP). $1,500.
* Kerkman, D.D. and D. Stea. Supplemental grant to “Mapping Behavior as a Cultural Universal.” National Science Foundation. $7,842
Ogletree, S. M. “Children’s Perceptions of and Interest in Pokemon: The Role of Gender.” SPSSI. $1,000

 

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


Anthropology

Reilly, F. Kent. Editorial Board, The Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute. San Francisco, CA

English

Beebe, Susan. Editorial Review Board, English in Texas
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
Braud, Beverley. Technical Editor, Journal of the History of Texas Music
Busby, Mark. Co-editor with Dick Heaberlin, Southwestern American Literature
Busby, Mark. Co-editor with Dick Heaberlin, Texas Books in Review
Cassells, Cyrus. Editorial Board, The Pushcart Prize Anthology
Chavkin, Allan. Book Review Editor, Saul Bellow Journal
Hanson, Susan. Editorial Board, r·t·w: the magazine for reading·thinking·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 of The Writing Instructor
Ledbetter, Kathryn. Newsletter Editor, VISAWUS newsletter
Ledbetter, Kathryn. Editor, The Journal of Texas Music History
Leder, Priscilla. Editorial Board, American Studies Association of Texas
Marquiss, Twister (Christopher). Assistant Editor, Southwestern American Literature
Marquiss, Twister (Christopher). Assistant Editor, Texas Books in Review
Mejía, Jaime. Editorial Board, National Council of Teachers of English
Randolph, Bob. Co-editor with Heikki Nyyssonnen, The Literature Review (Finland)
Wells, Kim. Editor, Women Writers: A Zine www.womenwriters.net
Wells, Kim. Editor, Domestic Goddesses www.womenwriters.net/domesticgoddess/
Wood, Melanie. Editorial Advisor (poetry), Southwestern American Literature

Geography

Boehm, Richard. Executive Editor of Research in Geographic Education
Bryan, Deborah. Editorial Board, Geographical Analysis
Butler, David. Book Review Editor, Geomorphology
Butler, David. Section Editor, Physical Geography and Geomorphology, Landscape Ecology
Butler, David. Guest Editor, Physical Geography, Special issue on environmental change, 2001-2002
Butler, David. Editor, Geomorphology, Special issue on mountain geomorphology, 2001-2002
Butler, David. Editorial Board, Physical Geography
Butler, David. Editorial Board, Geocarto International
Dixon, Richard. Editorial Board, Physical Geography
Estaville, Lawrence. Editorial Board, Southwestern Geographer
Estaville, Lawrence. Editorial Board, Research in Geographic Education
Macey, Susan. Editorial Board, The GIS Educator
Petersen, James. Guest Editor, Geomorphology
Petersen, James. Editorial Board, Journal of Geography
Petersen, James. Editorial Board, Research in Geographic Education
Petersen, James. Editorial Board, Columbia University Press Gazetteer of the World
Petersen, James. Senior Technical/Editorial Consultant, McDougal Littell World Geography
Shelley, Fred. Book Review Editor, Social Science Quarterly
Shelley, Fred. Editorial Board, Journal of Geography
Shelley, Fred. Editorial Board, Southwestern Geographer
Solem, Michael. Editorial Board, NCGE Media Materials
Stea, David. Co-Editor, ETHNOSCAPES book series, Ashgate Publishers
Stea, David. Editorial Board, Journal of Research in Geographic Education
Stea, David. Editorial Board, Medio Ambiente y Comportamiento Humano/Environment and Human Behavior (Spain)
Stea, David. Editorial Board, Research in Geographical Education
Stea, David. Editorial Board, Professional Geographer
Stea, David. Editorial Board, Journal of Spatial Cognition and Computation
Stea, David. Editorial Board, Journal of Environmental Psychology
Tiefenbacher, John P. Editorial Board, Environmental Hazards
Tiefenbacher, John P. Editor, Southwestern Geographer

History

Andrews, Gregg. Co-Editor, Journal of Texas Music History
Bourgeois, Gene. Advisory Board, The Red River Valley Historical Quarterly
De la Teja, Frank. Managing Editor, Catholic Southwest: A Journal of History and Culture, Vol. 13
De la Teja, Frank. Editorial Board, Southwestern Historical Quarterly
De la Teja, Frank. Editorial Board, New Mexico Historical Review
Garner, Lydia. Editorial Board, Journal of Third World Studies
Hartman, Gary. Co-Editor, Journal of Texas Music History
Hartman, Gary. Editorial Board, Handbook of Texas Music
Makowski, Elizabeth. Editorial Board, Catholic Southwest: A Journal of History and Culture
Pohl, James. Editorial Board, The Hill College Press

Modern Languages

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

Philosophy

Hanks, J. Craig. Reviewer, Oxford University Press
Hanks, J. Craig. Editorial Board, Journal of Philosophy in the Contemporary World
Hutcheson, Peter. Referee, Journal of Philosophical Research
Luizzi, Vincent. Editorial Board, Value Inquiry Book Series
Luizzi, Vincent. Editor for Legal Matters, 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. Editorial Advisory Board, The Catholic Social Science Review
Grasso, Ken. Editorial Advisory Board, Regeneration
Grasso, Ken. Board of Editorial Advisors, Of the People
Shields, Pat. Editor, Armed Forces and Society

Psychology

Ginsburg, H. J. Manuscript Reviewer, Sex Roles: A Journal of Research

Sociology

Giuffre, Patti. Editorial Board, Gender & Society

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

Anthropology

Bousman, C. Britt (mentor). Garth Sampson, Lia Tsesmeli, Ryan Kashanipour and Linda Hodges. “The Zeekoe Valley GIS Project. Society of African Archaeologists, Tucson, AR
Garber, James (mentor) and M. Kathryn Brown. “Early Occupation (1200-800 BC) at the Site of Blackman Eddy, Belize.” American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, LA
Garber, James (mentor). M. Kathryn Brown and Christopher Hartman. “The Establishment and Continued Use of Sacred Space by the Ancient Maya of the Belize River Valley.” American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, LA

English

Morrison, Susan (mentor). Clare Blackstone presented paper, “Elene, Judas and a Burgeoning English Nationalism.” Texas Medieval Association Conference, Houston, TX
Morrison, Susan (mentor). Trey Jansen presented paper, “The Functions of Beowulf and traditional Oral Literature in Aelfric’s Sermon on the Sacrifice on Easter Sunday: Catholic Homily, II, 15.” Texas Medieval Association Conference, Houston, TX
Morrison, Susan (mentor). Jonna Beck, presented paper, “Anglo-Saxon Auden’s Paid on Both Sides.” Texas Medieval Association Conference, Houston, TX
Morrison, Susan (mentor). Heather Helm, presented paper, “Uncontrolled and Dangerous Forces: Female Subjectivity and Women’s Reproductive Power in Anglo-Saxon Medical Texts.” Texas Medieval Association Conference, Houston, TX
Morrison, Susan (mentor). Alison Cimino, presented paper, “The Construct of Violence: Examining Aggression as a Literary Device in Female Saints and Judith.” Texas Medieval Association Conference, Houston, TX
Morrison, Susan (mentor). Michelle Detorie, presented paper, “Women as Weavers, Women as Singers.” Texas Medieval Association Conference, Houston, TX
Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth (mentor). Amy Thiltges, “The Semiotics of Alienation and Emptiness in the Films of Jim Jarmusch.” Organdi Quarterly 5 (December) www.geocities.com/organdi_revue/December2002/Thiltges01.html

Geography

Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise (mentor) and Cathryn E. Springer, “Disaster Warnings in San Marcos, Texas: Communicating in Ethnically Diverse Places.” Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, NY
Blanchard-Boehm, R. Denise (mentor) and Cathryn E. Springer, “Disaster Warnings in San Marcos, Texas: Communicating in Ethnically Diverse Places.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences, 25: 334-42. Binghamton, NY
Boehm, Richard (mentor). Ellen J. Foster, “Minority Recruiting in Geography at University-Level.” Panelist. National Council for Geographic Education, Philadelphia, PA
Boehm, Richard (mentor). Ellen J. Foster, "Recruiting Minority Students into University Geography Departments." Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, NY
Boehm, Richard (mentor). Ellen J. Foster, “Geography Summer Academy for Minority Scholars: Increasing Underrepresented Populations in Geography.” All-Texas Geography Conference, Spring, TX
Boehm, Richard (mentor). David Rutherford, “Careers and Jobs in Geography.” Geography Academy for Minority Scholars. SWT
Boehm, Richard (mentor) and David Rutherford, “What is Geography?” Geography Academy for Minority Scholars. SWT
Boehm, Richard (mentor) and David Rutherford, “A Model for Teaching Geography in U.S. History Courses,” National Council for Geographic Education, Philadelphia, PA
Boehm, Richard (mentor) and David Rutherford, “Commonalities in World History/World Geography.” Texas Council for the Social Studies, Austin, TX
Boehm, Richard (mentor). Ellen J. Foster, Motorola Scholarship for Environmental Education, Sequin, TX
Boehm, Richard (mentor). David Rutherford, Motorola Scholarship for Environmental Education, Seguin, TX
Butler, David (mentor). Lynn M. Resler, Doctoral Student Research Grant, Second Place Award, Geomorphology Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers
Butler, David (mentor). Lynn M. Resler, Geoscientist in the Park, Glacier National Park, MT, Summer
Butler, David (mentor). Wendy Bigler and Richard W. Dixon, "Beaver-pond Sequence Morphology and Sedimentation in Northwestern Montana." Physical Geography 22, no. 6: 531-40
Butler, David (mentor). Lynn M. Resler, Book Review of Remote Sensing and Image Analysis, 4th Edition, T. M Lilles and R. W. Kiefer, eds. Geomorphology 46, nos. 2-3, 144-46
Butler, David (mentor). George P. Malanson, David M. Cairns, Theresa E. Welsh and Lynn M. Resler. "Variability in an Edaphic Indicator in Alpine Tundra. " Catena 49, no.3: 203-15
Butler, David (mentor). Forrest D. Wilkerson and Ginger L. Schmid, "Lichenometric Dating of Hazardous Debris Flows, Glacier National Park, Montana." Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences 25: 76-84. Binghamton, NY
Butler, David (mentor). Lynn M. Resler (student) and George P. Malanson. “The Role of Microtopography in Conifer Establishment at the Alpine Treeline Ecotone, Glacier National Park, Montana.” Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Laredo, TX
Butler, David (mentor). J. Crowe, R. Dixon, J.R. Eyton, M. Fonstad, A. Payton and Lynn M. Resler. Panel Session, "The Canyon Lake/Dam Flood of July 2002; Analysis and Visualization of an Extreme Hydro-geomorphic Event.” Southwestern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Laredo, TX
Butler, David (mentor). Forrest D. Wilkerson and Ginger L. Schmid, “Lichenometric Dating of Hazardous Debris Flows, Glacier National Park, Montana.” Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, NY
Crowe, J. C. (mentor) and Carol Sawyer. "Canyon Lake Dam Flood of July, 2002." 2002 Annual Binghamton International Geomorphology Symposium, Bloomsburg, PA
Dixon, Richard (mentor). Jonathan Herbert, “Death and Injury from Tornados in Texas.” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conferences, 25: 303-10. Binghamton, NY
Earl, Richard (mentor). Susan Dunham, "Fecal Coliform in the San Marcos River." Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Eyton, J. R. (mentor) and L. F. Prosperie, "Visualizing Volcanic Hazards." 27th Annual Hazards Research and Applications Workshop, Boulder, CO
Eyton, J. R. (mentor) and L. F. Prosperie, "A Systematic Mapping Approach Using National Land Cover Data for Visualizing Volcanic Hazards. " The Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section, 98th Annual Meeting, Corvallis, OR
Eyton, J. R. (mentor) and L. F. Prosperie, "Visualizing Volcanic Hazards: A Mapping Approach Using National Land Cover Data for Enhancing Sustainable Mitigation Research.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Macey. S. M. (mentor) and D. Stinchcomb, “Roadway Slope Mapping." GIScience 2002, Second International Conference on Geographic Information Science Boulder, CO
Macey. Susan M. (mentor) and David Stinchcomb, “Roadway Slope Mapping," GIScience 2002, Second International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Boulder, CO
Petersen, James (mentor) and Nancy Newborn Middlebrook, "An Analysis of World Regional Geography Courses in American Universities," Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Petersen, James (mentor) and Nancy Newborn Middlebrook, "The Core of World Geography.” National Council for Geographic Education, Philadelphia, PA
Shelley, Fred (mentor). Lydia L. Bean, “Cross-Border Research and Analysis: Understanding the Effects of Political Boundaries." Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, NY
Shelley, Fred (mentor). Lydia L. Bean, “Toward a Conceptual Framework for Understanding the Effects of Borders on Vulnerability.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Shelley, Fred (mentor). Jamie Smelser, “Green Building and the Culture of Sustainability.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Shelley, Fred (mentor) and Ryan D.Weichelt and Tanya McKay, “Electoral Geography on the Border: The Texas Democratic Primary of 2002.” Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
Shelley, Fred (mentor). Ryan Weichelt, “Levels of Voter Turnout in Texas." Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA
* Kerkman, D. D., D. Stea, L. Flores, N. R. Brown and A. Friedman (mentors). V. Agosto, “Measuring and Dispelling Misconceptions about our Next-Door Neighbors.” Annual Conference of the Texas/World Health Organization Collaborating Center, Houston, TX

History

Andrews, Gregg (mentor). Katherine Walters. Presented paper at the Texas State Historical Association’s Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX
Bynum, Victoria (mentor). Amanda Brand. Presented paper at the Texas State Historical Association, Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX
Bynum, Victoria (mentor). Judith Dykes-Hoffma. Presented paper at the Texas State Historical Association Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX

Political Science

Shields, Patricia (mentor). Bruce Hermes. Government Employer Assessment of the SWT MPA, Presented paper, National Association of Schools of Public Administration, Los Angeles, CA
Shields, Patricia (mentor). Tim Wilson. “Pragmatism and Performance Measurement: An Exploration of Pragmatic Practices in Texas State Government,” Winner, Pi Alpha Alpha Award for the best masters level student manuscript (national award)
Shields, Patricia (mentor). Tim Wilson. “Pragmatism and Performance Measurement: An Exploration of Pragmatic Practices in Texas State Government,” Winner, McGrew Public Policy Research Award, Student Category, CenTex Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration
Shields, Patricia (mentor). Dee Ellis. "Carcass Disposal Issues in Recent Disasters, Accepted Methods, and Suggested Plan to Mitigate Future Events" Winner, McGrew Public Policy Research Award, Practitioner Category, CenTex Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration
Shields, Patricia (mentor). Dee Ellis. "Carcass Disposal Issues in Recent Disasters, Accepted Methods, and Suggested Plan to Mitigate Future Events." Presented at the Texas American Society for Public Administration Conference George Bush School, Texas A&M University
Ward, Kenneth (mentor) and Michael Boatner. "Terrorism and Just War Theory," Presented at a meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association
Wright, Walter (mentor) and Todd Ryska. Book Review: Dealing in Virtue: International Commercial Arbitration and The Construction of a Transnational Legal Order, in the Texas Mediator, (Summer), 7-8

Psychology

* Kerkman, D. D., D. Stea, L. Flores, N. R. Brown and A. Friedman (mentors). V. Agosto, “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). J. Scott, “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

Whalen, Norman (mentor). Morgan, Zoboroski and Kevin Schubert. “The Lower Paleolithic in Southwestern Oman.” Adumata 5, 27-34

English

Kubala, Jo Ann (mentor). Andromache Mason. Winner of Writing Center Essay Contest, Category I, “Children: The Man’s Responsibility Ends with [His] Orgasm.” SWT
Mejía, Jaime (mentor). Laura Montgomery. Published essay on-line, St. Martin’s Handbook homepage
Ronan, Clifford (mentor). Ryan Sprott. College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Undergraduate Student; College of Liberal Arts Commencement Speaker, May, SWT
Wilson, Miles (mentor). Michael Rutland. Winner of Gates Thomas Award for Fiction, “The Curious Tale of J. Frank Bower.” Persona 2002. SWT
Wilson, Miles (mentor). Scott Johnson. “Mimes.” The Rectangle, Sigma Tau Delta national literary journal

Geography

Earl, Richard (mentor). Rebecca Beard. "A Measure of SWT Environmental Greenness." Geographical Bulletin 44, no. 2: 78-91

History

Margerison, Kenneth (mentor). Sean Sculley. Winner of the Writing Center Essay Contest, Category IV, Research Paper Category. SWT

Modern Languages

Carole Martin (mentor). Roselyn Rentrop, Summer Smith, Leonard Stifflemire, Michael Jones and Tanisha Dennis. Teaching Assistantship Awards for the Academic Year in France, French Ministry of Education
Moira Di Mauro-Jackson (mentor). Lina Ha. The Joseph W. Yedlicka Award for full tuition scholarship to Avignon, France, The Institute of American Universities
Moira Di Mauro-Jackson (mentor). Martha Miller. First Place, Pi Delta Phi French Essay Contest

Psychology

Ginsburg, H. J. (mentor) and R.D. Bartels. and "Pitfalls using experimental methods for examining children’s concern for others." Paper presented to the biennial meeting of the Southwestern Society for Research in Human Development, Austin, TX
Kerkman, D. D. (mentor). J. C. Wise and E. A. Harwood. “‘Impossible’ Mental Rotation Problems: A Mismeasure of Women’s Spatial Skills.” Learning & Individual Differences
Ogletree, S. (mentor). S. A. Ericson.“Sexy Versus Smart: Gender and Autonomy.” Symposium presentation at the Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, Corpus Christi, TX
Ogletree, S. (mentor). C. Fleuriet. “Sexy Versus Smart: Femininity/Masculinity and Attitudes toward Women.” Symposium presentation at the Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, Corpus Christi, TX
Ogletree, S. (mentor). B. Jurica and A. Alanis. "Sex differences related to video arcade game behavior." Psi Chi Journal of Undergraduate Research, 7, 145-148
Ogletree, S. (mentor). C. N. Martinez. “Sexy Versus Smart: Characteristics in Self and Partner.” Symposium presentation at the Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, Corpus Christi, TX
Ogletree, S. M. (mentor) and C.N. Martinez, T. Turner and B. Mason. “Children and Pokémon: Exploring the role of gender.” Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, New Orleans, LA

* Denotes works co-authored by faculty from two Liberal Arts departments and listed under each department

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