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Faculty Bibliography 2004


 

College of Liberal Arts Faculty Bibliography 2004

January 1-December 31, 2004
(updated 8/11/2005 )

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 2004

From Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2004, Liberal Arts faculty received dozens of prestigious national awards for teaching, publication, and achievement. Faculty received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts to write poetry, from the National Endowment for the Humanities to write political history, and from the Fulbright program to teach in other countries. Other faculty awards and recognitions came from organizations including Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, the Texas Institute of Letters, the Lannan Literary Prize, the National Book Critics Circle, the Gulf Coast Fiction Prize, the Raymond Carver Award, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Association of American Geographers, the National Science Foundation, William and Mary College, the Republic of Korea, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Southwestern Political Science Association, and Psi Chi National Council Southwestern Region.

Among their outstanding honors:

  • 27 faculty won national, state, and local awards for outstanding teaching and service.
  • 6 faculty won national and regional literary prizes
  • 7 faculty won national prizes for outstanding scholarship
  • 2 faculty received the Texas State University Presidential Award for Excellence

Among their other accomplishments, faculty:

  • published 26 books and 166 book chapters, refereed articles, essays, stories, poems, and other works
  • gave 295 scholarly papers, presentations, and readings at national, regional and state conferences
  • held 72 external grants and contracts totaling $7.66 million
  • held leadership positions in 43 international, national, and regional organizations
  • held leadership positions in 27 state and local organizations
  • served on 47 national or regional editorial boards or served as editors for 43 journals and book series
  • served as mentors for 61 graduate students who presented papers or other published works at academic meetings or who won awards
  • served as mentors for 27 undergraduate students who presented papers or other published works at academic meetings or who won awards

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Complete Faculty Bibliography

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

Anthropology

Reilly III, Frank. Chair, Native American Outreach Program Committee, Southeastern Archaeological Conference

English

Beebe, Susan. Who’s Who in America
---. Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers

Busby, Mark. Advisory Board. American Society for Literature and the Environment
---. Advisory Council. Western American Literature Association
---. Executive Council. Western Literature Association
---. President. Texas Institute of Letters

Cassells, Cyrus. Lannan Literary Selection, for More Than Peace and Cypresses
---. National Endowment for the Arts, Fellowship for Creative Writers–Poetry, $20,000

Gilb, Dagoberto. Finalist, National Book Critics Circle Award in Criticism, for Gritos

Ledbetter, Kathryn. Board Member, Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States
---. Treasurer, Research Society for Victorian Periodicals

Marquiss, Twister. Semifinalist, Gulf Coast Fiction Prize, for “Bill, Wyoming”
---. Shortlisted, Raymond Carver Award, for “Little Bighorn”
---. Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers

Nelson, Claudia. Member, Publications Committee, Children’s Literature Association

Peirce, Kathleen. National Endowment for the Arts, Fellowship for Creative Writers–Poetry, $20,000

Rosenberg, Teya. Executive Board. Children’s Literature Association

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. Executive Board, Milton Society of America

Wilson, Miles. Western Heritage Award, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum

Wilson, Steve. Fulbright Senior Specialist in U.S. Studies–Literature, Slovenia

Geography

Augustin, Byron. Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers

Butler, David R. Advisory Committee and Past Chair, Mountain Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers
---. Archivist and Historian, Geomorphology Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers
---. Chair, Steering Committee, Binghamton International Geomorphology Symposium Series
---. Invited Participant, Visiting Geographical Scientist Program, Association of American Geographers
---. Publications Committee, Association of American Geographers

Curran, Joanna C. Invited Participant, National Science Foundation Early Career Faculty Workshop, William and Mary College

Day, Frederick. Visiting Scholar, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

Dixon, Richard. Vice President, Military Geography Speciality Group, Association of American Geographers

Earl, Richard. Member, Executive Committee, Gamma Theta Upsilon (international geography honor society)

Estaville, Lawrence. Member, National Board of Directors, Applied Geography Conferences
---. Member, National Diversity Task Force, Association of American Geographers

Lu, Yongmei. Travel Award, U.S. Department of Justice

Macey, Susan. Member, Committee on Education, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science
---. Secretary-Treasurer, Energy and Environment Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers

Stea, David. Fellow, Lozano Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas
---. President, Association of Borderlands Studies

Wang, Le. ESRI Young Scholar Award, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science
---. President-Elect and Member, Board of Directors, International Association of Chinese Professionals in Geographic Information Sciences
---. Young Scholar Award, International Association of Chinese Professionals in Geographic Information Sciences

History

Bargeron, Carol. Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers

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

Bynum, Victoria. Advisory Board, Lincoln Prize Committee of the Lincoln and Soldiers Institute, Gettysburg College, PA

Dunn, Dennis J. Caught Between Roosevelt and Stalin: U.S. Ambassadors in Moscow selected for display at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow

Garner, Lydia M. Elected Correspondent Member of the Instituto Historico e Geografico Brasileiro

Makowski, Elizabeth. International Biographical Centre, 2000 Outstanding Academics of the 21st Century

McWilliams, James E. Alternative Newsweekly Awards for Excellence in Arts Criticism, National Association of Alternative Newsweeklies

Modern Languages

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

Glajar, Valentina. MLA liaison officer, Romanian Studies Association of America

Jaffe, Catherine. Member, Delegate Assembly, Modern Language Association

Locklin, Blake Seana. Co-Chair, Latin America and the Pacific Rim Section, Latin American Studies Association
---. Executive Council, Latin America and the Pacific Rim Section, Latin American Studies Association

Martin, Carole. Chair, Innovative Course Design Competition, American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies

Nance, Angieszka B. Professional Development Award, Graduate School, University of Texas at Austin

Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. Member, Delegate Assembly, Modern Language Association
---. Nominating Committee, American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese

Philosophy

Hanks, Craig. President, New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society

Political Science

Balanoff, Howard. President, Section on Professional and Organizational Development, American Society for Public Administration

Grasso, Kenneth L. Assistant Team Leader, Pew Study Group on Politics and the Problem of Human Nature
---. Second Vice President, Society of Catholic Social Scientists

Hull, Terry. Member, American Bar Association Site Team Committee

Kens, Paul. National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, $40,000

Opheim, Cynthia. President, Southwestern Political Science Association

Opheim, Cynthia (with Gary Copeland and Carolynl Pickthorn). Alan Saxe Award, Best Paper in State and Local Politics, Southwestern Political Science Association
---. Jewel Prestage Award, Best Paper in Minority and Gender Politics, Southwestern Political Science Association

Shields, Patricia. Commission on Peer Review and Accreditation, National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration
---. Council Member, Inter-university Seminar for Armed Forces and Society
---. Council Member, National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration
---. Senior Advisor, Competitive Advantage Working Group, U.S. Army

Valeriano, Brandon. Artinian Faculty Development Grant, Southern Political Science Association
---. Secretary, Latino Caucus, American Political Science Association

Psychology

Davis, John M. Award for Outstanding and Distinguished Service, Psi Chi National Council, Southwestern Regional
---. President-Elect, Council of Teachers of Undergraduate Psychology
---. Vice-President, Southwestern Region, Psi Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology

Ginsburg, Harvey J. Board of Directors, Sunny Jordan Foundation–Mid-America Rehabilitation Hospital

Osborne, Randall E. Psi Chi National Award for Excellence in Research

Mottet, T. P., S. A. Beebe, P. C. Raffeld, and M. L. Paulsel. “Top Four Paper” award, Instructional Development Division, National Communication Association, Chicago, IL

Sociology

Giuffre, Patti. Secretary-Treasurer, Sex and Gender Section, American Sociological Association

McCord, Charlotte. Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers

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

 

Anthropology

Bousman, Britt. Dean’s Grant Writing Award, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University

Garber, James. Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activity, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University

English

Beebe, Susan. San Marcos Education Foundation Board of Directors

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. Everette Swinney Award for Excellence in Teaching, Texas State University
---. Secretary, Faculty Senate, Texas State University

Busby, Mark. Advisory Council, Texas Book Festival

Cassells, Cyrus. Board Member, Austin Circle of Theaters

Coleman, Deborah. Outstanding Graduate Coordinator Award, The University of Texas at Austin

Grayson, Nancy J. Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Service, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University

Hammett, Chad. Finalist, Adjunct of the Year, North Harris Community College District

Heaberlin, Dickie. Jesse H. and Mary Gibbs Jones Professor of Southwestern Studies

Jackson, Rebecca. Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University

Ledbetter, Kathryn. Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activity, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University

Nelson, Claudia. English/Glasscock Center Stipendiary Faculty Fellowship, Texas A&M University
---. Honors Curriculum Development Grant, Texas A&M University

Olson, Marilynn. Sigma Tau Delta Teacher of the Year, Texas State University

Peirce, Kathleen. Board Member, Hays Caldwell Women’s Center

Pohl, Patsy. Chair, Council of Past Presidents, Texas State Alumni Association
---. Texas State Quarterly Team Award, Employee Recognition Committee, Texas State University

Ronan, Clifford. “Best Class,” Texas Monthly Guide to Texas Colleges and Universities

Rosenberg, Teya. Member of the Year. Junior Service League of San Marcos
---. Secretary, Junior Service League of San Marcos

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

Wilson, Steve. Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University

Geography

Augustin, Byron. “Best Class,” Texas MonthlyGuide to Texas Colleges and Universities
---. Delta Gamma Outstanding Professor, Texas State University
---. Outstanding Educator, San Marcos Chamber of Commerce, San Marcos, TX

Curran, Joanna C. Julie A. Tuason Award (for support of women in Geography)

Earl, Richard. Achievement in GIS, Student Organization for Geographic Information Science, Texas State University
---. Member, Board of Directors, Campus Christian Community
---. Member and Vice-Chairman, Board of Directors, Upper San Marcos Watershed Protection and Flood Control District

Estaville, Lawrence. Member, Operations Board, Institute for Environmental and Industrial Science

Fonstad, Mark. Golden Apple Award for Scholarly/Creative Activity, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University

Larsen, Robert D. Dean’s Grant Writing Award, College of Liberal Arts, Texas State University
---. President, Board of Directors, Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District

Stea, David. Texas Coordinating Committee, World Health Organization

History

Bargeron, Carol. Secretary-Treasurer, World History Association of Texas

Hartman, Gary. Board of Directors, Texas Music History Alliance
---. Board of Directors, Texas Music Museum
---. Board of Editors, The Handbook of Texas Music, Texas State Historical Association
---. Editor, The Journal of Texas Music History

McWilliams, James E. University Honors Professor of the Year, Texas State University

Pohl, James W. Teaching Award of Honor, Texas State University Alumni Association

Modern Languages

Fischer, Robert. Award for Outstanding Achievement in International Education, International Office, Texas State University

Forrest, Jennifer. Award for International Programs Professor, Center for International Studies, Texas State University

Harney, Lucy. Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching, Texas State University

Philosophy

Hanks, Craig. Texas State University Nominee, Professor of the Year Award, Council for Advancement and Support of Education

Political Science

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

Shields, Patricia. Council Member, Central Texas Chapter, American Society for Public Administration

Wright, Walter. Council Member, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section, State Bar of Texas
---. Director, Texas Association of Mediators
---. Member, Advisory Board, Frank Evans Center for Conflict Resolution, South Texas College of Law
---. President’s Award for Service, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section, State Bar of Texas

Psychology

Carpenter, David N. Delta Gamma Favorite Professor, Texas State University
---. Panhellenic Favorite Professor, Texas State University

Davis, John M. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor, Texas State University

Frost, Christopher. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor, Texas State University
---. Panhellenic Favorite Professor, Texas State University

Ogletree, Shirley. Delta Gamma Outstanding Professor, Texas State University
---. Panhellenc Favorite Professor, Texas State University

Osborne, Randall. Alpha Chi Favorite Professor, Texas State University

Seay, Ollie J. Member, Board of Directors, Capacity for Justice
---. Member, Board of Directors, Texas Association on Mental Retardation
---. Member, Board of Trustees, Texas Psychological Association

Sociology

Hickman, Lois. President, Early Childhood Intervention-HomeSpun Advisory Board

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III. Books

Anthropology

Garber, James F., ed. The Ancient Maya of the Belize Valley: Half a Century of Archaeological Research. Gainesville: University Press of Florida

Garber, James F., Richard L. Warms, and R. Jon McGee, eds. Sacred Realms: Essays in Religion, Society, and Culture . New York: Oxford University Press

English

Beebe, Steven A., and Susan J. Beebe. The Concise Public Speaking Handbook. Boston: Allyn and Bacon

Beebe, Steven A., Susan J. Beebe, and Mark V. Redmond. Interpersonal Communication: Relating to Others, 4th ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon

Beebe, Steven A., Susan J. Beebe, Diana K. Ivy, and Shannon Watson. Communication: Principles for a Lifetime, (Canadian edition). Scarborough, Ontario: Allyn and Bacon Canada

Busby, Mark, ed. The Greenwood Encyclopedia of America Regional Cultures: The Southwest. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing

Cassells, Cyrus. More Than Peace and Cypresses. Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press

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

Gilb, Dagoberto. Gritos (paperback edition). Grove Press
---. Woodcuts of Women (Japanese edition). Tokyo: Kadokawa Shoten Publishing

Grimes, Tom. REHEARSAL (one-act play). MET Theater, Los Angeles, CA
---. SPEC (full-length play). Updated and produced by the Alliance Repertory Company, Los Angeles, CA

Hanson, Susan. Icons of Loss and Grace: Moments from the Natural World. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press

Monroe, Debra. Shambles. Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press

Peirce, Kathleen. The Ardors. New York: Ausable Press

History

De la Teja, Jesús F., Paula Marks, and Ron Tyler. Texas: Crossroads of North America. Boston: Houghton Mifflin

Dunn, Dennis J. The Catholic Church and Russia: Popes, Patriarchs, Tsars and Commissars. Aldershot, England: Ashgate Publishing Company
---. Caught Between Roosevelt and Stalin: U.S. Ambassadors in Moscow. Moscow: Sergei Miturich (trans. by Mikhail Grebnev of 1998 English language version)

Modern Languages

Brister, Louis, ed. and trans. 9 Jahre unter den Indianern 1870-1879. Gefangenschaft und Leben eines Texaners unter den Indianern. Gelnhausen, Germany: Wagner Verlag

Glajar, Valentina. The German Legacy in East Central Europe as Recorded in Recent German-Language Literature. Rochester, NY: Camden House

Glajar, Valentina, and Domnica Radulescu, eds. Vampirettes, Wretches, and Amazons: Western Representations of East European Women. New York: Columbia University Press

Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. Gender, Discourse and Desire in Twentieth-Century Brazilian Women’s Literature (Purdue Studies in Romance Literatures). West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press

Ugalde, Sharon, and María Rosal, eds. Doce poetas andaluzas para el siglo XXI. Montilla, Spain: Aula Poética Casa del Inca

Political Science

Balanoff, Howard. Annual Editions: Public Administration 04/05. Guilford, CT: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin

Mihalkanin, Edward S., ed. American Statesmen: Secretaries of State from John Jay to Colin Powell. Westport, CT: Greenwood

Psychology

Hulsey, Timothy L. and Christopher Frost. Moral Cruelty: A Meaning and the Justification of Harm. Lanham, MD: University Press of America

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

Anthropology

Bousman, C. Britt, Barry W. Baker, and Anne C. Kerr. “Paleoindian Archeology in Texas.” The Prehistory of Texas . Timothy Perttula, ed. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 15-97

Garber, James F., and Arlen F. Chase. “The Archaeology of the Belize Valley in Historical Perspective.” The Ancient Maya of the Belize Valley: Half a Century of Anthropological Research. James F. Garber ed. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1-14

Garber, James F., and Jennifer P. Matthews. “Models of Cosmic Order: The Physical Expression of Sacred Space Among the Ancient Maya. “Ancient Mesoamerica 15, 49-59

Garber, James F., M. Kathryn Brown, Jaime J. Awe, and Christopher J. Hartman. “Middle Formative Prehistory of the Central Belize Valley: An Examination of Architecture, Material Culture, and Sociopolitical Change at Blackman Eddy.” The Ancient Maya of the Belize Valley: Half a Century of Archaeological Research. James F. Garber ed. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 25-47

Garber, James F., M. Kathryn Brown, Jaime J. Awe, and Christopher J. Hartman. “The Terminal Early Formative Kanocha Phase (1100-900 B.C.) at Blackman Eddy.” Archaeological Investigations in the Eastern Maya Lowlands: Papers of the 2003 Belize Archaeology Symposium. Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology, Volume 1. Belmopan, Belize: Institute of Archaeology National Institute of Culture and History, 13-25

Garber, James F., M. Kathryn Brown, W. David Driver, David M. Glassman, Christopher J. Hartman, F. Kent Reilly III, and Lauren A. Sullivan. “Archaeological Investigations at Blackman Eddy.” The Ancient Maya of the Belize Valley: Half a Century of Anthropological Research. James F. Garber ed. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 48-69

Garber, James F., and W. David Driver. “The Emergence of Minor Centers Between Seats of Power.” The Ancient Maya of the Belize Valley: Half a Century of Archaeological Research. James F. Garber ed. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 287-304

McGee, R. Jon, and Ryan Kashanipour. “Northern Lacandon Maya Medicinal Plant Use in the Communities of Lacanha Chan Sayab and Nahá, Chiapas, Mexico.” Journal of Ecological Anthropology 8.1, 47-66

Reilly III, Frank. “People of Earth, People of Sky: Visualizing the Sacred in Native American Art of the Mississippian Period.” Hero,Hawk, and Open Hand: American Indian Art of the Ancient Midwest and South. Richard F. Townsend, ed. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago and Yale University Press, 125-138

---. “Thoughts on the Preservation of Traditional Culture: An Interview with Joyce and Turner Bear.” Hero, Hawk, and Open Hand: Ancient American Indian Art of the Ancient Midwest and South. Richard F. Townsend, ed. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago and Yale University Press, 43-48

---. “Thoughts on the Preservation of Traditional Culture: An Interview with Timmy Thompson.” Hero, The Hawk, The Open Hand: American Indian Art of the Ancient Midwest and South. Richard F. Townsend, ed. Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago and Yale University Press, 37-42

English

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “The How-to, the Prequel, and the Sequel in Post-9/11 Cinema.” Film and Television After 9/11. Wheeler Dixon, ed. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 142-162

Busby, Mark. “Film and Theater.” The Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Regional Cultures: The Southwest. Mark Busby, ed. Greenwood, CT: Greenwood Publishing, 175-210

---. “Introduction.” The Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Regional Cultures: The Southwest. Mark Busby, ed. Greenwood, CT: Greenwood Publishing, xvii-xxviii

---. “The Sacred Hoop.” Falling from Grace: A Literary Response to the Demise of Paradise. Rick Bass and Paul Christensen, eds. San Antonio, TX: Wings Press, 67-69

---. “Texas and the Southwest.” The Columbia Companion to American History on Film: How the Movies Have Portrayed the American Past. Peter C. Rollins ed. New York: Columbia University Press, 488-496

---. “Timeline.” The Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Regional Cultures: The Southwest. Mark Busby, ed. Greenwood, CT: Greenwood Publishing, 417-422

Cassells, Cyrus. “Gypsy Wedding” and “Galan de Noche.” Borderlands 22, 13-15

---. “The Maelstrom” and “The White Road of Giorgio Morandi.” Salmagundi 144-145 (Fall-Winter), 108-112

---. “Sons and Violets.” Provincetown Arts 18, 116

Chavkin, Allan. “Saul Bellow: Classroom Issues and Strategies.” Instructor’s Guide for The Heath Anthology of American Literature. Paul Lauter, ed. Lexington, MA: Heath

Cohen, Paul. “Mirror, Mask, and Portrait in Fuentes’ Terra Nostra.” Delaware Review of Latin American Studies 5.1 (August) <http://www.udeLedu/LASP/artcontents5-1.html>

Coleman, Deborah. “Boyfriend Material.” Zacatecas: A Review of Contemporary Word (Winter) <http://www.users.qwest.net/~lfrisbee/site.htm>

Gilb, Dagoberto. “Books Suck.” Fifty Years of The Texas Observer. Char Miller, ed. San Antonio: Trinity University Press

---. “Documentando a los indocumentados.” Contratiempo (February)

--. Excerpt from The Last Known Residence of Mickey Acuña. Rio Grande. Jan Reid, ed. Austin: University of Texas Press

---. “Me Macho, You Jane.” The Barcelona Review (September)

---. “Remember the Alamo.” Los Angeles Times (April 9); reprinted in San Antonio Express News, Houston Chronicle, Dallas Morning News, and others

---. “Work Union.” The Presence of Others. John Ruszkiewicz and Andrea Lunsford, eds. Boston: Bedford Books

---. “You Know Him by His Labors.” Los Angeles Times (January 14); reprinted in Houston Chronicle, San Antonio Express News, and others

Grimes, Tom. “Courting Miss Porter.” Tin House (April), 24

---. “A Love Story.” TEX! (Fall/Winter), 20

Hanson, Susan. “Education: Lessons in Ameaning.” Moral Cruelty: Ameaning and the Justification of Harm. Timothy Hulsey and Christopher Frost, eds. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 41-54

---. “Homeland Security: Safe at Home in the World.” EarthLight (Autumn), 24-27

---. “Instructed by a Seed: Or, How the Garden Tells Us What It Knows.” Writing Nature (Summer), 1, 5-7

Holt, Elvin and William H. Jackson. “Reconstructing Black Manhood: Message and Meaning in Spike Lee’s Get on the Bus.” CLA Journal 47.4 (June), 409-26

Jones, Roger. “Climbing the Caprock.” Is This Forever, or What?: Poems and Paintings from Texas. Naomi Shihab Nye, ed. New York: Greenwillow Press, 2

---. “East Texas.” Sulphur River Literary Review (Fall), 69

---. “Family Problems.” California Quarterly 30.1 (Spring), 36

---. “Leap Faith.” Red River Review (May), 21 <www.redriverreview.com>

---. “Preserves” and “Panhandle.” Descant 43, 47-48

Ledbetter, Kathryn. “Bonnets and Rebellions: Imperialism in the Lady’s Newspaper.” Victorian Periodicals Review 37.3 (Fall), 252-272

Leder, Priscilla. “Kate Chopin’s Letter to the World: ‘Elizabeth Stock’s One Story.’“ Amerikastudien/American Studies: A Quarterly 49.2, 159-71

Marquiss, Twister. “Little Bighorn.” Carve Magazine 5.5 (September), 3-15 <www.carvezine.com>

---. “Westward Ho! (Chi Minh): Tim O’Brien and the Wounding of the American Cowboy Mythos.” Southwestern American Literature 29.2 (Spring), 9-15

Morrison, Susan S. “Surveying Students’ Reactions to Theory in a Medieval Women Writers Course.” Medieval Feminist Forum 37, 27-30

Nelson, Claudia. “The Convergence of the Twain: Representations of Asians in St. Nicholas Magazine, 1888-1910.” Asian American Children. Benson Tong, ed. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 47-64

Olson, Marilynn. “‘When Did Youth Ever Neglect to Bow Before Glory?’: St. Nicholas and War.” St. Nicholas and Mary Mapes Dodge: The Legacy of a Children’s Magazine Editory, 1873-1905. Susan R. Gannon, Suzanne Rahn, and Ruth Anne Thompson eds. Jefferson, NC, and London: McFarland, 243-275

Peirce, Kathleen. “The Bells Break Down Their Tower” and “Joy.” Laurel Review, 56-57

---. “Datura.” The Paris Review 170 (Summer), 204, and Poetry Daily (September 5) <http://www.poetrydaily.com>

Ronan, Clifford. “Caesar On and Off the Renaissance English Stage.” Julius Caesar: New Critical Essays. Horst Zander, ed. New York and London: Routledge, 71-89

Rosenberg, Teya. “The Influence of the Second World War on Magical Realism in British Children’s Literature.” Canadian Children’s Literature 111-12 (Fall/Winter), 78-89

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. “Anne Wentworth.” Reading Early Modern Women: An Anthology of Texts in Manuscript and Print, 1550-1700. Helen Ostovich and Elizabeth Sauer, eds. New York and London: Routledge

---. “Barbara Blaugdone.” Reading Early Modern Women: An Anthology of Texts in Manuscript and Print, 1550-1700. Helen Ostovich and Elizabeth Sauer, eds. New York and London: Routledge

---. “Hannah Allen.” Reading Early Modern Women: An Anthology of Texts in Manuscript and Print, 1550-1700. Helen Ostovich and Elizabeth Sauer, eds. New York and London: Routledge

---. “John Rainolds.” Dictionary of British Classicists 1500-1960. Robert B. Todd, ed. Bristol and London: Thoemmes

---. “Katharine Evans and Sarah Chevers.” Reading Early Modern Women: An Anthology of Texts in Manuscript and Print, 1550-1700. Helen Ostovich and Elizabeth Sauer, eds. New York and London: Routledge

---. “Katherine Sutton.” Reading Early Modern Women: An Anthology of Texts in Manuscript and Print, 1550-1700. Helen Ostovich and Elizabeth Sauer, eds. New York and London: Routledge

---. “Ralph Winterton.” Dictionary of British Classicists 1500-1960. Robert B. Todd, ed. Bristol and London: Thoemmes

Wilson, Steve. “Blue Salvia in August.” Commonweal (October 22), 12

---. “Break My Back.” Blue Unicorn 27 (June), 25

---. “Ghazal.” Blue Unicorn 27 (February), 17

---. “The Place Where All Lines Do Converge.” Isotope: A Journal of Literary Nature and Science Writing 2 (Spring), inside cover

---. “River in the Dark.” Is This Forever, Or What?: Poems and Paintings from Texas. Naomi Shihab Nye, ed. New York: Greenwillow Books, 105

---. “Winter and Hesitation.” The Christian Century 121 (February 24), 11

Geography

Allen, Thomas R., Stephen J. Walsh, David M. Cairns, Joseph P. Messina, David R. Butler, and George P. Malanson. “Geostatistics and Spatial Analysis: Characterizing Form and Pattern at the Alpine Treeline.” Geographic Information Science and Mountain Geomorphology. Michael P. Bishop and John F. Shroder, Jr., eds. Dordrecht: Springer Verlag–Praxis Scientific Publishing, 189-214

Augustin, Byron, and Brian Cooper. “Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and Cancun.” Latin America and the Caribbean. Brian Blouet and Olwyn Blouet, eds. New York: John Wiley and Sons

Boehm, Richard. “Plying Our Trade: A Curriculum for Applied Geography.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 27, 1-11

Boehm, Richard, and David Rutherford. “Round Two: Standards Writing and Implementation in the Social Studies.” The Social Studies 95.6, 231-238

David Butler. “Zoogeomorphology.” Encyclopedia of Geomorphology (Volume 2). Andrew S. Goudie, ed. London: Routledge, 1122-1123

Butler, David R., George P. Malanson, and Lynn M. Resler. “Turf-banked Terrace Treads and Risers, Turf Exfoliation, and Possible Relationships with Advancing Treeline.” Catena 58.3, 259-274

Cerney, Dawna L., and David R. Butler. “Examining Montane Ecotone Change with Repeat Photography.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conference. St. Louis, MO, 111-121

Day, Frederick A., and Paul Sutton. “Types of Rapid Population Growth Counties in the U.S.: 1970-1990.” The Social Science Journal 41.2, 251-265

DeLima, Ionara, and Yongmei Lu. “Investigating the Spatial Relationship between Drug Possession Arrests and Residential Burglaries in Austin.” Southwestern Geographer 7, 1-25

Dixon, Richard. “The Battle of New Orleans: A Physical Geographic Analysis.” Perspectives on Military Geology and Geography. R. Harmon, J. Ehlen, and D. Caldwell, eds. Amsterdam: Kleuwer, 147-154

Earl, Richard and Todd Votteler. “Major Water Problems Facing South-central Texas.” Water for Texas . College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 75-88

Klier, John, and Eyton, J. Ronald. “Logarithmic Enhancement of Color Stereoscopic Effect Cartography.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conference 27, 198-202

Larsen, Robert D. and Ronald J. Stephenson. “Using a Geographic Information System to Identify Impacts from 4,200 Closed Municipal Solid Waste Landfills.” World Minds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems. Donald G. Janelle, Barney Warf, and Kathy Hansen eds. Dordrecht and Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 419-424

---. “Using a Geographic Information System to Identify Impacts from 4,200 Closed Municipal Solid Waste Landfills.” Water for Texas . Jim Norwine, John R. Giardino and Sushma Krishnamurthy, eds. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 181-185

Legleiter, Carl, Dar Roberts, W. Andrew Marcus, and Mark Fonstad. “Optical Remote Sensing of River Channel Morphology and In-stream Habitat: Physical Basis and Feasibility.” Remote Sensing of Environment 93, 493-510

Lu, Yongmei. “Identifying ‘Hot Link’ between Crime and Crime-Related Locations.” Geographic Information Systems and Crime Analysis. Fahui Wang ed. Hershey, PA: IDEA Group Publishing, 253-269

Lu, Yongmei, and J. Tang. “Fractal Dimension of Transportation Network and Its Relationship with Urban Growth: A Study of Dallas-Fort Worth Area.” Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 31.6, 895-911

Malanson, George P., David R. Butler, and Stephen J. Walsh, 2004. “Ecological Response to Global Climatic Change.” World Minds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems. Donald G. Janelle, Barney Warf, and Kathy Hansen, eds. Dordrecht and Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 469-473

Monfredo, William, and John P. Tiefenbacher. “Attitude, Decision-making, and Behavior among a Small Group near the Path of the Siren, WI, Tornado of 18 June 2001.” National Weather Digest 27, 59-65

Resler, Lynn M., Mark A. Fonstad, and David R. Butler. “Mapping the Alpine Treeline Ecotone with Digital Aerial Photography and Textural Analysis.” Geocarto International 19.1, 37-44

Sawyer, Carol F., and David R. Butler. “Landslide Aspect: A Methodological Approach to Circular Data for Hazard Analysis.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conference 27, St. Louis, MO, 67-74

Tiefenbacher, John P., and Ronald R. Hagelman, III. “Place, Perception and Choice: The Response of Citrus Growers to Freeze in California, U.S.” Natural Hazards Review 5.4, 179-187

Vaughan, James W., and Robert D. Larsen. Sunrise 2025: A New City Prepares for a Bright Future (Comprehensive Development Plan, City of Bulverde, Texas)

Walker, Scott L. “Building a Men’s Cooperative in El Cielo.” Planeta.com

---. “A Distance Education Learning Environment Survey.” Academic Exchange Quarterly 8.4, <http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/win2004.htm>

---. “Geography Tools for Integrating Technology in Preservice Teacher Education.” Research in Geographic Education 3.1, 51-69

Walsh, Stephen J., Daniel J. Weiss, David R. Butler, and George P. Malanson. “An Assessment of Snow Avalanche Paths and Forest Dynamics Using IKONOS Satellite Data.” Geocarto International 19.2, 85-93

Wang, L., W. Sousa, P. Gong, and G.S. Biging. “Comparison of IKONOS and QuickBird Images for Mapping Mangrove Species on the Caribbean Coast of Panama.” Remote Sensing of Environment 91.3-4, 432-440

Wang, L., P. Gong, and G. S. Biging. “Individual Tree Crown Delineation and Treetop Detection in High-spatial Resolution Aerial Imagery.” Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 70.3, 351-357

Wang, L., W. Sousa, P. Gong. “Integration of Object-based and Pixel-based Classification for Mangrove Mapping with IKONOS Imagery.” International Journal of Remote Sensing 25.24, 5655-5668

History

Andrews, Gregg. “Euphemia B. Koller and the Politics of Insanity in Ralls County, Missouri, 1921-1927.” Women in Missouri History: In Search of Power and Influence. LeeAnn Whites, Mary C. Neth, and Gary R. Kremer, eds. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 200-218

De la Teja, Jesús F. “Ramón de Murillo’s Plan for the Reform of New Spain’s Frontier Defenses.” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 107 (April), 501-533

Garner, Lydia M. “As Guerras do Futuro na Nova Ordem Mundial: O Novo Modelo e as Consequencias para as Forcas Armadas Nacionais.” Cadernos de Estudos Estrategicos 27 (Julho), 3-34

---. “As Instituticoes Internacionais na Nova Ordem Mundial.” Cadernos de Estudos Estrategicos 27 (Julho), 107-39

---. “Europeans in Neo-European Worlds: The Americas in World History.” World History Review 2 (Fall), 35-55

Hartman, Gary. “Texas Music in Europe.” The Journal of Texas Music History 4 (Spring), 33-41

Mauck, Jeffrey G., Grant Day, and Jonathan P. Kerr. “Footprint of an Historic Sawmill: Archaeological Investigations of the Crawford-Nurre Sawmill in Williamsburg, Kentucky.” Current Archaeological Research in Kentucky, Vol. 7. Charles D. Hockensmith and Kenneth C. Carstens, eds. Frankfort: Kentucky Heritage Council, 281-304

McWilliams, James E. “‘To forward well-flavored productions’: The Kitchen Garden in Early New England.” The New England Quarterly (March), 25-50

---. “Integrating Primary and Secondary Sources: A Case Study from Early America.” Teaching History (Spring)

Menninger, Margaret Eleanor. “Kulturelle Eliten in Leipzig im 19. Jahrhundert.” Kulturpolitik und Stadtkultur in Leipzig und Lyon. Thomas Hoepel, ed. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 83-101

---. “The Serious Matter of True Joy: Music and Cultural Philanthropy in Leipzig, 1781-1933.” Philanthropy, Patronage and Civil Society: Lessons from Germany, the United States, Britain and Canada. Thomas Adam, ed. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 120-137

---. “Zivilgesellschaft jenseits der Bühne: Theater, Bildung und bürgerliches Mäzenatentum” in Zivilgesellschaft und historischer Wandel. Studien zum 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. Ralph Jessen, Sven Reichardt, and Ansgar Klein, eds. Opladen: Leske & Budrich, 175-194

Modern Languages

DiMauro-Jackson, Moira. “Double-Consciousness and The Picture of Dorian Grey.” Oscar Wilde: The Man, His Writings and His World. Robert N. Keane, ed. New York: AMS Press, 139-148

Echeverría Miriam. “Hologramas, tatuajes, tango en textos urbanos de Alicia Borinsky.” Studies in Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures (VI). Richard Lima, ed. Winter Park, FL: Rollins College, 131-139

Glajar, Valentina. “Half-Asia and the Local Women of the European Periphery in German-language Travel Writings.” Vampirettes, Wretches, and Amazons: Western Representations of East European Women. Valentina Glajar and Domnica Radulescu, eds. New York: Columbia University Press 91-106

---. “Historical Hurdles on the Way to the European Union: The Sudeten German-Czeck Conflict in Literary and Historical Narratives.” International Journal of the Humanities 1, 1011-1017

Glajar, Valentina, and Domnica Radulescu. “Introduction.” Vampirettes, Wretches, and Amazons: Western Representations of East European Women. Valentina Glajar and Domnica Radulescu, eds. New York: Columbia University Press, 1-22

Jaffe, Catherine. “Of Women’s Lover, Learning, and (In)Discretion: María Lorenza de los Ríos’s La sabia indiscreta (1803).” Modern Language Notes 119, 270-289

Locklin, Blake Seana. “Mi experiencia en el Japón: Peruvian Nikkei Creating Meaning from Transnational Experiences.” Delaware Review of Latin American Studies 5.2 <http://www.udel.edu/LASP/artcontents5-2.html>

---. “Un país seductor y combativo: Japan as Paraguayan Paradise in Madama Sui.” Chasqui 33.2, 123-3

Martin, Carole. “La Promenade Architecturale de Mélite: Inititation au Libertinage ou Démonstration de Savoir-vivre dans La Petite Maison de Jean-François de Bastide.” Dix-Huitième Siècle 36, 517-532

Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. “Na Atlântica.” Talento Feminino em Prosa e Verso II. Joyce Cavalccante, ed. São Paulo: REBRA, 44-45

Ugalde, Sharon. “Los grandes temas: ellas también.” Zurgai (July), 6-17

---. “Theater and Performance in Los devaneos de Erato.” Critical Studies of Ana Rossetti. Jill Robbins, ed. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 63-87

Philosophy

Luizzi, Vincent. “New Balance and the Scales of Justice.” International Conference on “Evil, Law, and he State.” Oxford University, U.K.

Raphael, Rebecca. “Things Too Wonderful: A Disabled Reading of Job.” Perspectives in Religious Studies 31.4, 399-424

---. “What Has Biblical Literature to Do with Disability Studies?” SBL Forum <http://www.sbl-site.org>

Yuan, Lijun. “A Comparative Study between Care Ethics and Ren Ethics,” Feminist Philosophy and Public Policies. Qiu Renzong, ed. Beijing, China: Social Sciences Press, 288-305

Political Science

De Soto, William. “Chambers of Commerce.” Research Guide to U.S. and International Interest Groups. Clive S. Thomas, ed. Westport, CT: Praeger, 205-206

Gorman, Robert. “Alexander Meigs Haig.” American Statesmen. Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 234-37

---. “Edumund Sixtus Muskie.” American Statesmen. Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. Westport, CT: Greenowod Press, 389-92

---. “George Schultz.” American Statesmen. Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. Westport, CT: Greenowod Press, 472-77

---. “United Nations.” Ethics: Revised Edition. John K. Roth, ed. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 1523-27

Grasso, Kenneth L. “Democracy, Modernity and the Catholic Human Rights Revolution.” The Catholic Social Science Review 9, 37-45

---. “John Courtney Murray, the ‘Juridical State’ and the Catholic Theory of Religious Liberty.” The Political Science Reviewer 33, 1-61

Grasso, Kenneth L. and Cecilia R. Castillo, eds. “Robert Kraynack’s Christian Faith and Modern Democracy: A Symposium.” Catholic Social Science Review 9, 13

Hindson, Theodore. “Lawrence S. Eagleburger.” American Statesmen. Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press

Kens, Paul. “David Neagle: Trigger Man for a Tragedy.” 100 Americans Making Constitutional History. Melvin I. Urofsky, ed. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 141-44

---. “Introduction.” Journal of Supreme Court History 29.1, 1-19

Mihalkanin, Edward S. “The Abkhazians: A National Minority in Their Own Homeland.” De Facto States: The Quest for Sovereignty. Tozun Bahcheli, Barry Bartmann, and Henry Srebrnik, eds. London: Routledge, 143-161

---. “Elihu B. Washburne.” American Statesmen . Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. New York: Greenwood Press, 521-522

---. “Introduction.” American Statesmen . Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. New York: Greenwood Press, xix-xxxv

---. “James F. Byrnes.” American Statesmen . Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. New York: Greenwood Press, 88-97

---. “Jeremiah Black.” American Statesmen . Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. New York: Greenwood Press, 58-60

---. “John Sherman.” American Statesmen . Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. New York: Greenwood Press, 466-471

---. “Robert Bacon.” American Statesmen . Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. New York: Greenwood Press, 41-42

---. “William H. Seward.” American Statesmen . Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. New York: Greenwood Press, 450-465

---. “William R. Day.” American Statesmen . Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. New York: Greenwood Press, 149-162

Mihalkanin, Edward, and Dean Fafoutis. “James G. Blaine.” American Statesmen . Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. New York: Greenwood Press, 61-73

Shields, Patricia. “Classical Pragmatism: Engaging Practitioner Experience.” Administration and Society 36.3, 351-361

---. “Mary Livermore: A Legacy of Caring and Cooperative Womanhood in Service to the State.” Outstanding Women in Public Administration: Leaders, Mentors and Pioneers. Claire Felbinger and Wendy Haynes, eds. London: M.E. Sharpe, 31-48

Sullivan, Alfred B. “Hugh S. Legare.” American Statesmen. Edward S. Mihalkanin, ed. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press

Tajalli, Hassan, and Wright, Walter A. “ La Comisión Norteamericana para la Igualdad de

Oportunidades en el Empleo: Informe sobre el Programa de Mediación del Distrito de San Antonio.” El Acuerdo 9/10, 12

Wright, Walter A. “John Paul Lederach (Accompanied by Herm Weaver) Gave Keynote Address.” The Texas Mediator 19.1, 20

---. “John Paul Lederach: A Peacebuilder’s Bibliography.” Mediate.com <http://www.mediate.com/articles/wrightW2.cfm#>

---. “Novedades de los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica–No. 7.” El Acuerdo February/March, 12-13

---. “Novedades de los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica–No. 8.” El Acuerdo November/December, 8-9

---. “Shaping the Future of the Profession.” The Texas Mediator 19.1, 12

Wright, Walter A., Cindy Cantú, and Dora Treviño. “Virtual Approach to EEOC’s Mediation Program” (compact disc)

Psychology

Davis, John M. “Countering International Terrorism: Perspectives from International Psychology.” Psychology of Terrorism, Condensed Edition: Coping with the Continuing Threat. Chris E. Stout, ed. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 117-145

Frost, Kathryn, and Christopher Frost. “Perspective on Romania.” To See the World as Others See It. Liliana Ursu, Ioana Ieronim, and Archbishop Chrysostomos, eds. A Publication of the Fulbright Commission. Bucuresti: Editura Vremea, 54-57

Ogletree, Shirley M., Cristal N. Martinez, Trent R. Turner, and Brad Mason. “Pokémon: Exploring the Role of Gender.” Sex Roles 50, 851-859

Osborne, Randall. E., and Christopher Frost. “The Anatomy of Hatred: Multiple Pathways to the Construction of Human Hatred.” Humanity and Society (Special Issue on Hatred) 28.1, 5-23

Osborne, Randall E., and Walter F. Wagor. “Course Assessment: Developing and Assessing Assessable Objectives.” Outcomes Assessment. D. Dunn, C. Goode, and J. Halonen, eds. Washington, DC: APA Books, 125-140

Sociology

Dorton, Harold E. “Michael Moorcock, Postmodernism, and (not) Fantasy: A Primer.” Studies in Fantasy Literature 1.1, 53-71

Hooks, Gregory, and Chad L. Smith. “The Treadmill of Destruction: National Sacrifice Areas and Native Americans.” American Sociological Review 69.4, 558-575

Majumdar, Debarun. “Choosing Childlessness: Intentions of Voluntary Childlessness in the United States.” Michigan Sociological Review 18, 108-35

Williams, Christine L., Patti A. Giuffre, and Kirsten A. Dellinger. “Qualitative Research on Gender Stratification in the United States.” Social Inequalities in Comparative Perspective. Fiona Devine and Mary Waters, eds. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 214-236

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

Anthropology

Bousman, C. Britt, and Preston McWhorter. “Bison, Burials and Rock Art: Archaic Social Organization in South Texas.” Texas Archeological Society, College Station, TX

Erhart, Elizabeth. “Changes in Social Structure in Eulemur Fulvus Rufus in Southeastern Madagascar from 1988-2003.” American Association of Physical Anthropology, Tampa, FL

Garber, James F., and M. Kathryn Brown. “The Role of Public Architecture and Ritual and the Rise of Complexity: An Example from Blackman Eddy, Belize.” Belize Archaeology Symposium, Institute of Archaeology National Institute of Culture and History, Belmopan, Belize

Juárez, Ana M. “Parallel Themes and Issues in Chicana/o Literature and Mexican American Children’s Literature.” National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies, Albuquerque, NM

---. “Tribute to Gloria Anzaldua.” Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambios Sociales, Seattle, WA

Reilly III, Frank. “The Realization of a Cosmic Vision: The Function of Architecture at the Middle Formative Period Site of La Venta.” Society of American Archaeology, Montreal

Reilly III, Frank, and Chester Walker. “Shared Visions: Thematic Links Between the Shell Carvings of the Huasteca of Mexico and the Mississippian Period Southeastern U.S.” Society of American Archaeology, Montreal, Canada

English

Allison, Elizabeth. “Composition and Community: Embedding Service-Learning as Advocacy in the Technical Writing Curriculum.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Antonio, TX

Beebe, Susan, and Patricia Margerison. “Preparing High School Students for College Writing.” Texas Council of Teachers of English and Language Arts, Austin, TX

Beebe, Susan, and Steven Beebe. “So You Want to Write a Textbook?” Faculty Renaissance Center, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

---. “What’s New in Public Speaking Instruction?” Department of Communication, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. “American Cinema of the 1950s: Then Meets Now.” Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Atlanta, GA

---. “Belle et la Bete, Beauty and the Beast, or Extreme Makeover.” University Film and Video Association, Toledo, OH

---. “Film and Prose Fiction, From the Inside Out.” University Film and Video Association, Toledo, OH

---. “Film Depictions of Gender and the March to War.” Film and History Conference, Dallas, TX

---. “O Brother, Where Art Thou? Marries Popular Mythology to Popular Music.” Popular Culture Assocation, San Antonio, TX

---. “Secretary, Quills, and High Art Ask Why Art Hurts.” Conference on Literature and Film, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

---. “Sexuality and the Grotesque” and “Gender and the March to War” (lectures). Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

Busby, Mark. “Assessing the Tetralogy: Larry McMurty’s Berrybender Narratives.” Western Literature Association, Bozeman, MT

---. Fiction Reading. Texas Association of Creative Writing Teachers. San Antonio, TX

---. “‘Old John, Young John’”: John Graves’ ‘Memoir of Apprenticeship.’” South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans, LA

Cassells, Cyrus. “For The Catalan Keeper of the Flame: On Translating the Poetry of Salvador Espriu” (lecture). Portland State University, Portland, OR

---. Poetry Reading. Gemini Ink, San Antonio, TX

---. Poetry Reading. Hudson Valley Writers Center, Sleepy Hollow, NY

---. Poetry Reading. Portland State University, Portland, OR

---. Poetry Reading. The Writer’s Garret, Dallas, TX

Chavkin, Allan. “Parenting and the Specter of Child Abuse in Recent Cinematic Versions of Frankenstein and The Turn of the Screw.” Romanticism and Parenting Conference, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

Evans, Patricia. “To Fight but Not to Kill: Creative Responses to War in the Science Fiction of Contemporary American Women Writers.” National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, San Antonio, TX

Grimes, Tom. “Wiley’s Way: The Creation of a Children’s Book.” Texas Book Festival, Austin, TX

---. Fiction Reading. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Hanson, Susan. Benefit Presentation. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

---. Reading. Barnes and Noble-San Pedro, San Antonio, TX

---. Reading. Barnes and Noble-Sunset Valley, Austin, TX

---. Reading. Book Woman, Austin, TX

---. Reading. Viva Books, San Antonio, TX

---. Reading. Texas Tech University Outreach Program, Fredericksburg, TX

Heaberlin, Dickie. “Old Men of Oil in Mary Austin’s The Ford, Upton Sinclair’s Oil!, and Robert Hyde’s Crude.” Western Literature Association, Bozeman, MT

---. Poetry Reading. South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans, LA

---. Poetry Reading. Texas Association of Creative Writing Teachers, San Antonio, TX

Hennessy, Michael. “Quintilian and Queneau: Imitation and the Pedagogy of Style.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Antonio, TX

Jackson, Rebecca. “Resisting Institutional Narratives: One Student’s Counterstories of Writing in the University.” Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Antonio, TX

Kelly, Kendall. “A Case Study: Comparing Outcomes in Hybrid and Traditional Technical Writing Courses.” Conference of College Teachers of English, Beaumont, TX

Ledbetter, Kathryn. “Tennyson and American Literary Annuals.” National Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, TX

---. “Tennyson and the Periodicals.” Research Society for Victorian Periodicals, Ghent, Belgium

Leder, Priscilla. “‘What Will I Do in Glory?’ Women and Patriarchal Religion in the Works of Julia Peterkin and Caroline Miller.” American Culture Association, San Antonio, TX

Lochman, Daniel. “Citizen Colet: Privilege of Place in Early Tudor London.” Literary London Conference, The Institute of English Studies, University of London

---. “Constructing Chronologies: Meaning(s) of Reform in John Colet’s Treatise on the Ecclesiastical Hierarchy.” New College Medieval and Renaissance Conference, Sarasota, FL   

---. “John Colet and Institutional Reform, 1500-1520.” Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Toronto, Canada

Marquiss, Twister. “Wyoming Is Not a Gerund.” Western Literature Association, Bozeman, MT

Martin, Chris. Poetry Reading. New York Summer Writers Institute, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY

Mejia, Jaime Armin. “Teaching Style Rhetorically with Grammar: ‘See Spot Run.’” Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Antonio, TX

Mejia, Jaime Armin, and Ponciano Martinez. “Tan Todo Dar: Chano Martinez’s Tripas, Theory, and Composition.” National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies Texas Foco, Edinburg, TX

Monroe, Debra. “Character and Environment as Plot Catalysts.” Taos Writer’s Conference, Taos, NM

---. Fiction Reading. Miami International Book Fair, Miami, FL

---. Fiction Reading. Taos Writer’s Conference, Taos, NM

Morrison, Susan. “Pilgrimage as Narrative, Narrative as Pilgrimage: The Unfinished Process.” Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, PA

---. “Theory and Practice: The Use of Feminist and Gender Theories in a Medieval Woman Writers Class.” South Central Modern Language, New Orleans, LA

---. “Pilgrimage, Gender and Theory: Where Are the Women Pilgrimage Poets of the 14th Century?” Femmes et Pelèrinage, International Colloquium, Liège, Belgium

Nelson, Claudia. “Visions of Gender in E. Nesbit’s Psammead Trilogy.” Children’s Literature Association, Fresno, CA

---. “Writing the Reader: The Literary Child in and Beyond the Book.” Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, PA

Olson, Donald W., and Marilynn S. Olson. “How Astronomical, Meterorological and Topographical Data Shed Light on van Gogh’s Moonrise.” Quantitative Reasoning and Art Series, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA

Olson, Marilynn. “What Does the Shadow Know?: Brian Doyle’s Angel Square.” Children’s Literature Association, Fresno, CA

Peirce, Kathleen. Poetry Reading. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

Ronan, Clifford. “Shakespeare’s Jewelry and What It Tells Us.” South-Central Renaissance Conference, Austin, TX

Rosenberg, Teya. “The Taxonomy of Fantasy: Considering ‘Kiddie Litter’ and Domestic Fantasy.” Children’s Literature Association, Fresno, CA

Schaefer, Jan. “The Many Uses of Journals/Writer’s Notebooks in the English Classroom: Grades 7-12.” West Texas Writing Project Conference, El Paso, TX

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth. “Memory Theater as Political Discourse: William Marshall’s Frontispiece(s) to the Eikon Basiliké of Charles I (1649).” Renaissance Society of America, New York, NY

Smith, Victoria. “Embodying America: Un-natural Violence and Sex in Cinematic Representations of Brandon Teena and Aileen Wuornos.” Conference on Literature and Film, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

---. “I Walk With Zombies: The Untimely Deaths of Feminism and Theory.” UT Gender Symposium in History, University of Texas, Austin, TX

Spindler, Elisa. “The Ceremony of Innocence.” Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, TX

Williams, Miriam. “Regulatory Writing and Intercultural Negotiation.” Association for Teachers of Technical Writing, San Antonio, TX

Wilson, Miles. Fiction Reading. Texas Association of Creative Writing Teachers, San Antonio, TX

---. Poetry and Fiction Reading. Montgomery College, The Woodlands, TX

Wilson, Nancy. “Writing Center Pedagogy.” Conference of College Teachers of English, Beaumont, TX

Wilson, Nancy, and Angela Clark-Oates. “TExES Challenges: Preparing New English Teachers.” Texas Council of Teachers of English and Language Arts, Austin, TX

Wilson, Nancy, and James Matthews. “Hi, I Need to Know You.” College Academic Support Programs Conference, South Padre Island, TX

Geography

Anderson, Sharolyn, and Joanna C. Curran. “The Development of a Sediment Counting Model Using Image Processing Techniques.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Augustin, Byron. “Arab Culture in a Global Society” (keynote speech). Arab World Studies/International Programs Office, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Boehm, Richard. “The Changing Face of Geographic Education.” Lousiana Council for the Social Studies, Lafayette, LA

---. “National Standards and Social Studies Education” (keynote address). New Mexico Council for the Social Studies, Albuquerque, NM

---. “Plying Our Trade: A Core Curriculum in Applied Geography.” Applied Geography Group, St. Louis, MO.

---. “Plying Our Trade: A Core Curriculum in Applied Geography” (keynote address). Commission on Applied Geography, The International Geographic Congress, Glasgow, Scotland

---. “A Tribute to Gilbert M. Grosvenor of the National Geographic Society” (keynote address). All-Texas Geography Conference, San Antonio, TX

Boehm, Richard, and David Rutherford. “Round Two: Standards Writing and Implementation in the Social Studies.” National Council for Geographic Education, Kansas City, KS

Brown, Brock. “A Generic Model for Teaching about the Economy from a Geographical Perspective.” All-Texas Geography Conference, San Antonio, TX

Brown, Rebecca, and Richard Dixon. “Impact of Interannual Climate Variability on Texas Tornado Occurrence.” Applied Geography Conference, St. Louis, MO

Bryan, Deborah, and Joanna C. Curran. “SWAT Modeling of the Blanco River Basin.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Butler, David R., George P. Malanson, and Lynn M. Resler. “Turf-banked Terrace Treads and Risers, Turf Exfoliation, and Possible Relationships with Advancing Treeline.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Chen, Xuwei, and F. Benjamin Zhan. “Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation of Urban Evacuation: Relative Effectiveness of Simultaneous and Staged Evacuation Strategies.” Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC

Curran, Joanna C. “Effects of the Introduction of Sand to a Gravel-bed Channel: a Flume Study.” From Sediment Size to Particle Dynamics Conference and Workshop, Delmenhorst, Germany

---. “History Of Grain Size Identification in Field and Flume Research.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Day, Frederick A. “Demographic Statistics and Korea’s Future: Implications for Society and the Economy.” Gumoh Institute of Technology, Gumi, Korea

---. “Environmental Geography: Some Evolving Trends.” Korean Geographical Society, Kongju National University, Kongju, Korea

---. “Recent Patterns of Growth and Change in America: Insights of a Population Geographer” (colloquium). Department of Geography, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India

---.”Recent Trends in Population Change in America: A Population Geographer’s View” (colloquium). Department of Geography, Sungshin Women’s University, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, Korea

Dixon, Richard. “Ben Franklin, an American Geographer.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

---. “Newspaper Weather: A Content Analysis Study of Newspaper Weather Pages.” National Weather Association, Portland, OR

Earl, Richard, “An Analysis of Structural Flood Control on the Upper Guadalupe River, Texas, 1998-2002.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Estaville, Lawrence. “Using the School Atlas of Texas in Your Classroom.” Annual GeoTech Conference, Dallas, TX

Estaville, Lawrence, Edris Montalvo, and Brock Browm. “Place Utility in the Texas Panhandle Plains: Anglo and Latino Discordance, 1980-2004.” Race/Ethnicity and Place II Conference, Howard University, Washington, DC

Fonstad, Mark. “Cellular Automata as Predictive Engines at the Geomorphology-Ecology Interface.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

---. “The Cellular River and the Mapping of Riverscapes.” Department of Geography, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

---. “Equilibrium, Criticality, and Other Spatial Paradoxes in River Studies and Policy.” Department of Geography, University of Texas, Austin, TX

---. “Physical Calibration Issues in Remote Imaging of Clearwater Stream Habitats.” American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Denver, CO

Giordano, Alberto, and Alexis Buckley. “Towards Historical GIS’s: Issues in the Design and Implementation of a GIS for Nantucket, Massachusetts, 1950-2000.” North American Cartographic Information Society, Portland, ME

---. “Visualizing Change: Tourism, Real Estate, and Housing Affordability in Nantucket, Massachusetts, 1950-2000.” Social Science Historical Association, Chicago, IL

Jennings, Marshall, and Richard Earl. “County Groundwater Conservation Districts: Agents for Groundwater Management.” Texas Groundwater 2004: Towards Sustainability, Austin, TX

Lu, Yongmei. “Journey-after-crime: How Far and to Which Direction Do They Go?” International Crime Mapping Conference: Identify the Direction, Establish the Connection, Engage the Future, Boston , MA

Macey, S. M. “Electricity and Equity: A Case Study of Texas.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Macey, S. M. and Schneider, D. F. “Living along the Pipeline: Population at Risk in Urban Texas.” Association of American Geographers Middle States Division, Villanova, PA

Malanson, George P., Kathryn J. Alftine, Matthew F. Bekker, Daniel G. Brown, David R. Butler, David M. Cairns, Daniel B. Fagre, Lynn M. Resler, Ginger L. Schmid, Stephen J. Walsh, and Yu Zeng. “Advance of Trees into Alpine Tundra.” Mountain Climate Sciences Symposium: Anticipating Challenges to Western Mountain Ecosystems and Resources, U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Albany, CA

Malanson, George P., Daniel G. Brown, David R. Butler, David M. Cairns, Daniel F. Fagre, and Stephen J. Walsh. “Advance of Tree Species into Alpine Tundra.” International Association of Vegetation Science, Kona, HI

Malanson, George P., Yu Zeng, David R. Butler, and Lynn M. Resler. “Advance of Trees and Krummholz into Alpine Tundra.” American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA

Metzel, Deborah, and Alberto Giordano. “Poverty, Disability, and Employment in Massachusetts: A GIS Analysis.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Mires, Ann Marie, and Alberto Giordano. “Using GIS Technology to Locate Clandestine Human Remains.” American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Dallas, TX

Montalvo, Edris, Lawrence Estaville, and Brock Brown. “Latino Landscape Imprints in the Texas Panhandle Plains.” Southwestern Division, Association of American Geographers, Nacogdoches, TX

Patel, Komal, and J. Ronald Eyton. “Multitemporal Comparison of Fire-induced Vegetation Change in West Texas.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Sawyer, Carol F., and David R. Butler. “Landscape Change in Mountain Environments: Using Antique Picture Postcards to Observe 100 Years of Landscape Change.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

---. “Landslide Aspect: a Methodological Approach to Circular Data for Hazard Analysis.” Applied Geography Conference, St. Louis, MO

Stea, David. Address. World Health Organization Texas Coordinating Committee/Hogg Foundation, Puebla, Mexico

---. “Border Issues: The United States and Mexico.” Social Science Education Council, Guanajuato, Mexico

---. “The End of Public Space in the Latin American City?” (research workshop). Andrew W. Mellon Fellowships Program in Latin American Sociology, University of Texas, Austin, TX

---. Invited Opening Address. International Geographical Union, Glasgow, Scotland

---. Keynote Address. Mexico Norte, Washington, DC

Stea, D., and D. Kerkman. “Pre-school Children Using Maps to Navigate Outdoors.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia , PA

Teixeira, Carlos, and Lawrence Estaville. “Future Research Directions of North American Ethnic Geography.” New Directions in the Humanities, Tuscany, Italy (via Internet)

Tiefenbacher, John P. “Factors Associated with Frequency and Location of Flooded Roads in Bexar County, Texas.” Southwest Division, Association of American Geographers, Nacogdoches, TX

---. “The Geography of Animal Hazards” (invited lecture). Department of Geography, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA

---. “Hazards, Resilient Communities, and Planning” (invited lecture). Department of Planning, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

---. “Loving Nature, but Fearing the Wild: Spatial Dimensions of Animal Attacks on Humans” (invited lecture). Department of Geography, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Viertel, David, and J. Ronald Eyton. “The Relationship Between LIDAR and Housing Values in Austin, Texas.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Walker, Scott L. “Objective Evaluation: A Search for Parity in an Online Geography Certificate Program.” Teaching Online in Higher Education, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN

---. “Psychosocial Learning Environments in Evaluation of Asynchronous Geography and Education Programs.” Teaching Online in Higher Education, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, IN

Walker, Scott L., and Barry J. Fraser. “Development and Validation of an Instrument for Assessing Distance Education Learning Environments in Higher Education.” Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA

Walker, Scott L., and Jerrie Jackson. “Developing Professional Developers: Campus Teacher Technologists.” Hawaii International Conference on Education. University of Hawaii-West Oahu, HI

Walker, Scott L., Jerrie Jackson, and Jean Kueker. “Evaluation Quadrangulation: Online Master Technology Teacher Program Evaluation.” Hawaii International Conference on Education, University of Hawaii-West Oahu, HI

Walker, Kelly, and Scott L. Walker. “A Comparison of the Impact of Resource-Based vs. Non-Integrated Information Skills Instruction on Reading Scores on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills.” Hawaii International Conference on Education, University of Hawaii-West Oahu, HI

Wang, L. “Multiscale Study on Forest Dynamics.” Chinese Young Scholar Summit, XinJiang, China

Wang, L., and P. Gong. “A Multiscale-based Method to Identify Individual Tree Crowns.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Wang, L., W. Sousa, and P. Gong. “Comparison of IKONOS and QuickBird Images for Mapping Mangrove Species on the Caribbean Coast of Panama.” American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Denver, CO

Weiss, Daniel J., Stephen J. Walsh, David R. Butler, George P. Malanson, and Evan S. Hammer. “An Assessment of Snow Avalanche Paths Using IKONOS Satellite Data and LAI Field Data. Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Wu, Guangyu, and F. Benjamin Zhan. “Hydrologic Modeling Using Remote Sensing and GIS–A Case Study in the San Marcos Basin.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Zhan, F. Benjamin. “Automatic Calibration of Mathematical Models for Spatial Allocation of Population Growth in Regional Water Resource Planning.” Watershed Management and Urban Water Supply, Shenzhen, China

---. “GIScience in the United States: Applications and Research Frontiers.” Helongjiang Institue of Seismology Research, Barbin, Helongjiang, China

---. “A GIS-Enabled Analysis of Pricing Strategies for the Procurement of Renewable Energy Materials.” Central South University, Changsha, Hunan, China

---. “Health and the Environment: GIS-Augmented Environmental Epidemiology for Birth Defects Research.” Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL

---. “Spatially Distriubted Hydrologic Modeling Using Information Derived from Remote Sensing Images and Other Geospatial Data.” International Conference on Water Security for Future Generations, Changchun , Jilin , China

---. “STAR/STELLA Transatlantic Transport Research Initiative II.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Zhan, F. Benjamin, Jean Brender, Yaowen Han, Ionara De Lima, Lucina Suarez, and Peter Langlois. “GIS-Based Spatial Search for Environmental Health Research: Environmental Hazards and Birth Defects in Texas.” CDC Environmental Health Tracking, Philadelphia, PA

Zhan, F. Benjamin, and Richard L. Morrill. “Fleming Lecture in Transportation Geography.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Zhan, F. Benjamin, and Xuwei Chen. “What Is ‘the Weakest Links’ in Intermodal Transportation?” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

History

Atchison, Alan, and Trace Etienne-Grey. “Preparation for the History and Social Studies TExES at Texas State University.” World History Association of Texas, San Marcos, TX

Bargeron, Carol. “Islamism as Reform in the Contemporary Middle East.” American Association of Muslim Social Science, Baltimore, MD

---. “The Rediscovery of Islam in Europe and the Americas.” World History Association of Texas, San Marcos, TX

Bynum, Victoria. “From Civil War Jayhawker to Socialist Judge: The Political Evolution of Warren Jacob Collins.” Beaumont History Conference, Beaumont, TX

De la Teja, Jesús F. “Antonio López de Santa Anna: Reflection of Early Mexico.” University of North Texas Teaching of History Conference, Denton, TX

---. “Juan Seguín and the Texas Revolution.” Deep in el Corazón: A Week of Texan and Mexican Cultures, Austin College, Sherman, TX

---. “‘To the Last Drop of Our Blood’: Defending King and Empire in San Antonio.” Philosophical Society of Texas, Denton, TX

Dunn, Dennis J. “The Development of Canadian Studies at Texas State University.” International Studies Association, Montreal, Canada

Garner, Lydia M. “Centros de Poder na Nova Ordem Mundial: China, India, e Brasil no Seculo XXI.” Superior War College, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

---. “Beyond Slavery and First Encounters in Transatlantic History: The Transmigration of Laws, Administration, and Banking Systems.” World History Association of Texas, San Marcos, TX

Hartman, Gary. “From Yellow Roses to Dixie Chicks: Women and Gender in Texas Music History.” The Texas State Historical Association, Austin, TX

Pohl, James W. “Remember More Than the Alamo.” The Texas Heritage Museum of History, Hillsboro, TX

---. “Texas and the Coming of the American Civil War.” Confederate History Symposium, Harold B. Simpson Civil War Research Center, Hillsboro, TX

Yick, Joseph K. S. “How Much Can Jinsheng Jinshi Shed Light on the Wang Jingwei Regime?” Midwest Conference on Asian Studies, Minneapolis, MN

---. “Hu Lancheng and Li Shiqun in Occupied China, 1940-1945.” New England Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Hanover, NH

---. “Methodist Missionary Contributions to Sino-American Friendship: The Caldwells and the Pilleys in Pre-1949 China.” Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, HI

Modern Languages

DiMauro-Jackson, Moira. “The Link between Modernism and Decadence: Oscar Wilde’s Decadent Play Salomé and Luigi Pirandello’s I Miti as Literary Portals of Transitory Migration.” South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans LA

Echeverría, Miriam. “Ciudades hologramas en Borinsky y Braschi.” Escritura y escritoras iberoamericanas, Saint Louis University, Campus de Madrid, Spain

---. “Hologramas, tatuajes, tango: los textos de escritoras de la ciudad.” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO

---. “Implosion y grafito urbano en textos de A. Borinsky.” Latin American Studies Association, Las Vegas, NV

---. Poetry Reading. South Central Modern Language Association. New Orleans, LA

---. Poetry Reading. University of Texas . Austin, TX

Fischer, Robert. “CALL, TELL, ICALI, CMC, BLOG: Just More Alphabet Soup or Real Changes in the Role of Computers in Language Learning?” (plenary address). The Defense Language Institute, Monterey, CA

---. “How Do Students Use CALL Reading Materials, and How Do We Know That They Do?” CALL, Antwerp, Belgium

---. “How Interactive is Interactive CALL?” CALICO, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

---. “How to Arrive at Publishable Results in CALL.” CALICO, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

---. “The Many Faces of the Computer: The Evolution of CALL and Current Trends in the Field” (keynote address). Tsinghua University Press and China Education Technology Association, Beijing, China

---. “The Relationship between Student Usage and Student Learning in Multimedia CALL.” EUROCALL, Vienna, Austria

---. “Student Usage of Multimedia.” Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, New York, NY

Fischer, Robert, Mikel Ledgerwood, and Kathleen Harris. “Tech Talk.” The Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, New York, NY

Forrest, Jennifer. “Fatal Transgressions: Catulle Mendès’s La vie et la mort d’un clown.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

---. “The Siege of Saragossa and Other Military Victories Celebrated on the Tightrope in Théodore de Banville’s Hébé Caristi.” Romance Studies Colloquium, Montclair State University, Jersey City, NJ

---. “Village of the Damned: Catulle Mendès’s Portrait of French Aristocrats Abroad.” Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

Glajar, Valentina. “German Suffering?: Post-1989 Representations of the Czech-Sudeten German Conflict in Jörg Bernig’s Niemandszeit, Jan Hrebejk’s Musime sì pomáhat, and Libue Moníková’s Verklärte Nacht.” German Studies Association, Washington, DC

---. “Half-Asia and the Local Women of the European Periphery.” German Studies Association, Washington, DC

---. “Humor and Sarcasm in Karl Emil Franzos’s Representation of East European Women.” Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, PA

---. “Kassandra: The Local ‘Austrian’ at the European Periphery.” Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations, San Antonio, TX

---. “The Presence of the Past: Transnistria and the Bukovinian Holocaust in Edgar Hilsenrath’s The Adventures of Ruben Jablonski (1999).” New Directions in the Humanities, Monash University in Prato, Tuscany, Italy

---. “Western Perceptions of East European Identities,” Southwest/Texas Popular Culture and American Culture Associations, San Antonio, TX

Jaffe, Catherine. “Doña Leonora’s Library: Writing Women’s Reading in El Semanario de Salamanca.” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Boston, MA

Locklin, Blake Seana. “Where’s the East?: Orienting Latin America and Asia.” Crossroads in Cultural Studies, Urbana-Champaign, IL

Lugones, Nestor. Reading of Creative Writings. Encuentro por las Artes, Chivilcoy, Argentina

Martin, Carole. “Libertinage de théorie chez la Veuve de Robert Challe.” International Colloquium on Robert Challe et les passions, Université de Paris XII, Paris, France

---. “‘Unsafe Building’: The Reconstruction of Eighteenth-Century Space.” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Boston, MA

Nance, Agnieszka. “Die Polenfarge and Fontane.” College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA

---. “Ladies, Maids, Femmes Enfants, and Dancers: Women in Peter Altenberg’s Life and Poetic Program.” German Studies Association, Washington, DC

---. “The Noble(s’) Nation? The Land of Contrasts; the Text of Contrasts: Heinrich Heine Ueber Polen.” Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, PA

---. “The Other Crime in a Murder Mystery: Fontane’s Unterm Birnbaum.” South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans, LA

---. “Our Good Emperor: About Poles’ Perception of the Austrian Kaiser.” Modern Austrian Literature and Culture Conference, Houston, TX

---. “Peter Altenberg’s Collection of Photographs and His Poetic Program.” University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

---. “Satire and Humor in Jan Lam’s Portrayal of Galician Women.” Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, PA

Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. “A voz e o corpo da mulher na literatura brasileira.” Universidade de Brasília, Brazil

Ugalde, Sharon. “Bosquejo de la poesía escrita por mujeres (1970-2000): A grandes pinceladas.” Universidad Complutense, El Escorial, Spain

---. “Film Imagery in the Poetry of María Beneyto, Pino Bentancor y Rosa Díaz.” Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Literatures, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

---. “Gender and the Poetry of María Victoria Atencia.” Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Rutgers University, NJ

---. “Las poetas españolas y el ‘poema unitario.’” Department of Hispanicas, University of Málaga, Spain; Casa del Inca Cultural Center, Montilla, Spain; University of Córdoba, Spain

Philosophy

Carson, Jo Ann. “Anaxagoras to Plato: Immanent Properties and the Problem of Predication.” North Texas Philosophical Association, Dallas, TX

Fulmer, C. Lynne. “New Atlantis, False Gods, and New Idols: Francis Bacon on Miracles.” Society for Utopian Studies, Toronto, Canada

---. “Shifting the Burden of Proof: Minimal Invasion and Retribution in the Death Penalty.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Association, San Antonio, TX

Fulmer, Gilbert. “Empirical Knowledge and Philosophy.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Association, San Antonio, TX

---. “Freedom of Religion in a Utopian Society.” Society for Utopian Studies, Toronto, Canada

Geuras, Dean. “A Christian Theory of Truth.” National Faculty Leadership Conference, Christian Leadership Ministries, Washington DC

---. “Lying as Performative Utterance: Legal and Ethical Implications.” Values, Rational Choice, and the Will.” University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, WI

Gordon, Jeffrey. “The Limits of Cinema: A Phenomenological Investigation.” American Society for Aesthetics, Santa Fe, NM

Hanks, Craig. “Inevitable Democracy: Technology and Political Values.” Symposium on Philosophy of Technology, Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH

---. “On The Self-Contradictory Nature of Violent Action: Some Comments on Fortune on Creative Pacifism.” Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, Birmingham, AL

Hinkley, Charles. “Conflicts, Incommensurability, and Moral Disagreement.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society Conference, San Antonio, TX

Hutcheson, Peter. “Luper and Dretske on Knowledge Closure.” Philosophy Conference, University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX

---. “Swinburne’s Earlier Theodicy.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society, San Antonio, TX

McKinney, Audrey. “Same-sex Marriage: What’s Love Got to Do with It?” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society, San Antonio, TX

Raphael, Rebecca. “Evoked Potential: Representations of the Body in the Psalms.” Society of Biblical Literature, San Antonio, TX

---. “The Madness of King Saul: Oratorio as Exegesis.” Society of Biblical Literature, San Antonio, TX

---. “Theologies of Monstrosity: Religious Significations of the Body in Beowulf.” Conference on Religion and the Arts, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Ross-Fountain, Rebekah. “Creating Identity: Narrative Ethics, Intersex Infants, and the Surgical Assignment of Gender.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society, San Antonio, TX

Wilson, Paul. “Descartes on the Nature of Ideas.” Society for Philosophy and Psychology/European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Barcelona, Spain

---. “Unsurpassability, Analyticity, and Necessary Existence: Kant and Hartshorne on the Ontological Argument.” New Mexico/West Texas Philosophical Society, San Antonio, TX

Yuan, Lijun. “A Critique of Mao’s Democratic Centralism.” Radical Philosophy Association: Philosophy against Empire, Washington, DC

Political Science

Gary Copeland, Cynthia Opheim, and Carolyn Pickthorn. ”Half Empty or Half Full: The Election of African Americans and Women to State Legislatures and their Career Progression.” Southwestern Political Science Association, Corpus Christi, TX

Copeland, Gary, and Cynthia Opheim. ”The Effect of State Legislature Professionalization on Multi-Level Political Careers in the United States,” Political Careers in Multi-Level Systems Conference, Kloster Seeon, Germany

DeSoto, William. “Professionalization of City Councils, 1981-2001.” Southwest Social Science Association Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX

Garofalo, Charles. “Ethics Codes, Ethics Training, Accountability.” Texas Conference, American Society for Public Administration, San Marcos, TX

---. “Leadership Development and Moral Agency in the Public Service.” Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe, Vilnius, Lithuania

---. “Leadership Development in Contemporary Governance: The Quiet Crisis, Succession Planning, and Ethics in the Public Service.” International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration, Seoul, Korea

Gorman, Robert F. “Integrating Faith and Scholarship in Political Science and History” (keynote address). National Faculty Leadership Conference, Washington, DC

Grasso, Kenneth L. “Beyond the Individual-State-Market Grid: Catholicism, Liberalism and Rights Talk.” American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL

---. “John Courtney Murray on Catholicism and the American Proposition.” Society of Catholic Social Scientists, Ann Arbor, MI

---. “Pluralism and the Problem of Self-Government with Justice in the Federalist.” University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

---. “Reintegrating Rights and Rethinking Rights: Historical, Political and Theological Perspectives.” Ave Maria School of Law and the Thomas J. Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law, and Public Policy, University of St. Thomas, Ann Arbor, MI

Hull, Terry L. “Paralegal Licensure and Regulation Update: Wisconsin and North Carolina.” Texas Forum XXIII–Paralegal Profession: Issues and Opportunities, Austin, TX

Kens, Paul. “Lochner v. New York as a Revolution in Constitutional Law.” Organization of American History, Boston, MA

McDermott, E. Patrick, Walter Wright, Hassan Tajalli, and Anita Jose. “Why Employers Decline to Mediate at the EEOC: Findings from the San Antonio District Office.” Conference of the Dispute Resolution Section, American Bar Association, New York, NY

Shields, Patricia. “Assessing Student Learning by Emphasizing Project Management Skills.” Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Atlanta, GA

---. “Enhancing the Quality of Student Papers.” National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration, Indianapolis, IN

Tajalli, Hassan. “Is Professionalism on the Rise Among the American Local Governments?” Southwestern Political Science Association, Corpus Christi, TX

Tajalli, Hassan and Cynthia Opheim. “Strategies for Closing the Gap: Predicting Student Performance in Economically Disadvantaged Schools.” Southwestern Political Science Association, Corpus Christi, TX

Valeriano, Brandon. “The Baltic Security Community and the Zone of Baltic Peace.” Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA

---. “A Classification of Interstate War: Typologies and Rivalry.” Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA

---. “The International Politics of a New Latino America.” Re-Visioning Latino America: New Perspectives on Migration, Transnationalism and Integration, Omaha, NE

Valeriano, Brandon and Christopher Leskiw. “Correlates of Peace in Interstate Rivalries: Norms, Institutions, and Trade as Ways to Miss Steps to War.” International Studies Association, Honolulu, HI

Valeriano, Brandon, and Donald Hancock. “Western European Responses to the Bush Doctrine.” European Studies Association, Austin, TX

Ward, Ken. “Adding Choices: ALWD vs. Bluebook.” American Association for Paralegal Education, Albuquerque, NM

---. “Comments on Jim Stoner’s Common Law Liberty.” American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL

Wright, Walter. “Opportunities for Paralegals in Mediation.” Legal Assistants Division, State Bar of Texas, Austin, TX

---. “When Mediation Practice Becomes Law Practice: Crossing an Ethical Line.” Advanced Attorney-Mediator Training of the Association for Attorney-Mediators, Austin, TX

Wright, Walter, and Cristina Camelino. “Using Television to Impart Dispute Resolution Skills: The Experience in La Plata, Argentina.” Association for Conflict Resolution, Sacramento, CA

Psychology

Czyzewska. M., H.J. Ginsburg, and C. Roades. “Narratives about Unanticipated Thoughts Elicited by the Anti-drug Media Campaign Television Ads” (poster presentation). American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL

Davis, John M. “International Psychology for Teachers around the World.” International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China

---. “Understanding and Countering Terrorism: Perspectives from International Psychology.” Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Davis, John M., Catherine A. Bower, Richard B. Cano, Krystle A. Frahm, and Russell P. Corrigan. “Internationalizing the Psychology Curriculum: Resources for Teachers” (poster presentation). Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Frost, Christopher. “An Anatomy of Hatred: Root of Terrorism?” Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

---. “Bridging Cultures: Adding Perspectives to our World Views.” National Collegiate Honors Council, New Orleans, LA

---. “Sharing Interdisciplinary Course Materials: What Can We Learn?” Association for Integrative Studies, Charlotte, NC

Ginsburg, H.J. and M. Czyzewska. “Anti-drug Misinformation Campaign: Are Ethical Guidelines Needed to Set Research Findings Straight?” (poster presentation). American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL

Ginsburg, H.J., M. Czyzewska, and V. Fenter. “National Anti-drug Media Campaign Television Ads Evaluation: Methodologies and Outcomes” (poster presentation). Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Kimmel, C.M., P. Craig, and O. Seay. “Practice Issues in Psychology: An Update.” Texas Association on Mental Retardation, Galveston, TX

*Majumdar, Debarun, and Roque Mendez. “The Influence of Parental Authoritativeness and Parental Expressed Affect on Risky Sexual Behaviors among Adolescents.” American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA

Mendez, Roque V., Richard L. Archer, and Timothy L. Hulsey. “Self-Awareness and Discrepancies Induce Disclosure of Risk Taking Sexual Behavior.” American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL

Merryman, Sandra. “Critical Thinking Predicts Performance in Undergraduate Statistics.” American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL

---. “At Home and on the Road, Morning and Bedtime, Signs on Doorposts: Variables Affecting Retrieval.” National Faculty Leadership Conference, Washington, DC

---. “Massed Presentation Produces Greater Confidence Produces Poorer Recall.” American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI

---. “No Retroactive Interference when A-B and A-D Are in the Same List.” American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL

---. “Spacing, Recall Confidence, and Actual Recall.” Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Mottet, T.P., S.A. Beebe, P.C. Raffeld, and M.L. Paulsel. “The Effects of Student Verbal and Nonverbal Responsiveness on Teachers Granting Relational Power to Students and Their Evaluation of Student Essays.” National Communication Association, Chicago, IL

Ogletree, Shirley M., G. Marc Turner, Joshua Brunote, and Ana Vieira. “Developing an Attitudes-toward-Housecleaning Scale.” Women’s Caucus, Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, TX

Ogletree, Shirley M., G. Marc Turner, Ana C. Vieira, and Joshua M. Brunotte. “Attitudes toward Housecleaning: Testing a Four-factor Scale.” Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Osborne, Randall E. “Getting More out of University Seminar: Service-Learning, Retention and Self-Change in First-Year Students.” American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI

---. “If It Ain’t Broke Don’t Fix It!: Perceptions of the American Legal System Based on Academic Major.” Southwest Teachers of Psychology, Seguin, TX

---. “Service-Learning–Effective Reflection.” Southwest Teachers of Psychology, Seguin, TX

Seay, Ollie J. “Special Concerns: Mental Retardation and Linguistic and Cultural Competence.” Capacity for Justice Advanced Forensic Evaluation Training, Thinking Forensically, Austin, TX

Stimmel, Theron. “Pain Perception as a Function of Rumination and Internalized Anger.” American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL

Vickers, Victoria, Shirley M. Ogletree, and G. Marc Turner. “Attitudes toward Housecleaning in an Adult Workforce Sample.” Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Wheeler, R.W., Loyd Wright, and Christopher Frost. “Self-Monitoring and Alcohol Abuse among College Students.” National Social Science and Technology Conference, Las Vegas, NV

Sociology

Anderson, Audwin L., Susan B. Day, and Larry D. Hall. “African American Leaders’ Views on the Jury and Community.” Mid-South Sociological Association, Biloxi, MS

Bouzard, Gayle Gordon, and Sally Caldwell. “Reframing the Deceptive Relationship.” Texas Counseling Association, Fort Worth, TX

Giuffre, Patti. “Sexual Harassment Experiences of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Workers: Legal and Sociological Implications.” American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA

Hickman, Lois, and Kelly Mosel. “Welcome to Applied Sociology at Texas State University-San Marcos: An In-depth Look at a Successful Applied Sociology Internship Program.” Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, TX

Majumdar, Debarun, Audwin L. Anderson, and Carla McQueen. “Disparity in the Distribution of Economic Growth During the High-Tech Boom of the 1990s.” Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, TX

*Majumdar, Debarun, and Roque Mendez. “The Influence of Parental Authoritativeness and Parental Affect on Risky Sexual Behaviors among Adolescents.” American Sociological Association, San Francisco CA

Price, Bob. “A Critical Analysis of Theories of Technological Determinism.” Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, TX

---. “Technology and Changing Views of Armageddon” (invited talk). Lonestar Mensa Regional Convention, Austin, TX

Smith, Chad. “From Green to Red: The Intersection of Class and Race in Urban Environmental Inequality.” American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA

Trepagnier, Barbara. “Critical Thinking and Active Learning: Teaching Students to Think.” Southwest Sociological Association, Corpus Christi, TX

---. “Studying Racism from the Inside Out.” American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA

Wivagg, Jonathan. “The DMA Survey of Hispanic Attitudes and Purchasing Trends Via Direct Marketing.” Direct Marketing Association, New York, NY

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VI. External Grants, Contracts, and Program Funding

Anthropology

Bousman, C. Britt. Grant in Aid for Archaeological Investigations at 41PT109, an Antelope Creek Site on the Cross Bar Ranch, Bureau of Land Management. $10,000

Bousman, C. Britt, and David L. Nickels. Archaeological Investigations on the El Camino Real Transmissions Improvement Project, Carter & Burgess. $11,817

---. Archaeological Survey Along 9100 Linear Feet (2775 Linear Meters) of Pipeline Near Purgatory Creek, City of San Marcos. $9,142

---. Archaeological Survey of 15 Texas National Guard Armories, Texas National Guard. $23,290.

---. Archaeological Testing at Camp Swift, Texas National Guard. $28,251

---. Oral History Project at Camp Swift, Texas National Guard. $145,040

---. Culture Resources Survey of Approximately 3,249 Acres at Camp Swift, Bastrop County, TX, Texas National Guard. $349,128

Juarez, Ana M., and Gayle M. Timmerman. Emotional Eating and Basic Needs Satisfaction in Mexican American Women, Pilot Study, National Institute of Health. $15,000

Reilly III, Frank. Cave Painting Research in Missouri, Lannan Foundation. $24,950

English

Beebe, Susan. Funding for adjunct faculty to attend CCCC Annual Convention in San Antonio, TX, Conference on College Composition and Communication. $2,750

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. Funding for English Department Media Fund, Hobby Foundation. $6,500

---. Funding for the G. Jack Gravitt Professorship in Media Studies, Hobby Foundation. $25,000

Busby, Mark. Funding for Endowment Support for the Southwest Regional Humanities Center, The Albert and Margaret Alkek Foundation. $200,000

Grimes, Tom. Funding for the Katherine Anne Porter House, The Burdine Johnson Foundation. $40,000

Pohl, Patsy. English Department Scholarship/Fellowship Endowments, Various Sources. $45,000

Geography

Augustin, Byron. Educational Materials Grant, Aramco Services. $3,500

Boehm, Richard. Support for operations of the Grosvenor Center, Sid W. Richardson Foundation. $80,000

---. Support for activities of the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, State of Texas. $43,700

--- (with others). Grosvenor Scholars Program. Roy F. and JoAnn Cole Mitte Foundation. $420,000

Brender, Jean, and F. Benjamin 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

Butler, David R. A Comparison of Public Awareness and Perceptions of Hazards in a Hazard-prone Landscape, Northwestern Montana, U.S.A., Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center. $1,700

---. Invasibility of Tundra in the Northern Rocky Mountains , U.S. Geological Survey. $9,249

---. Public Awareness and Perceptions of Natural-Dam Hazards in a Multiple-Dam Landscape, Northwestern Montana, U.S.A., Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center. $2,550

Butler, David R., George P. Malanson, and Stephen J. Walsh. Response of Western Mountain Treelines to Climatic Variability and Change–The Western Mountain Initiative , U.S. Geological Survey. $79,000

Earl, Richard. Teaching Environmental Science, Supplemental Grant, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority. $1,000

---. Teaching Environmental Science, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $21,000

Estaville, Lawrence. Grosvenor Scholars Program. $21,523 (royalties produced by the School Atlas of Texas)

---. Sun Microsystems GIS Laboratory at Lehman High School, Hays CISD. $2,500

---. Texas Water Atlas, River Systems Institute (formerly International Institute for Sustainable Water Resources). $10,000

Estaville, Lawrence and Richard Earl. Texas Watch, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $400,000

Giordano, Alberto. Texas-Mexico Border Health Initiative Program , U.S. Congress Appropriations Fund. $86,385

Larsen, Robert D. Carrying Out Programs Related to Air Permitting as Specified in the Clean Air Act (APD-041), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $310,000

---. Collection of Public Water Systems Contact Information under the Agency’s Counter Terrorism Coordination Grant (WSD-003), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $75,000

---. Development of Educational Material under the Agency’s Counter Terrorism Coordination Grant (WSD-002), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $133,500

---. Development of Educational Material under the Agency’s Counter Terrorism Coordination Grant (WSD-004), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $100,000

---. Processing of Documents and Related Permitting Activities Associated with the TPDES and Texas Land Application Permitting Programs (WSD-006), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $90,000

---. Processing of Documents and Related Permitting Activities Associated with the TPDES and Texas Land Application Permitting Programs (WSD-008), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $24,104

---. Processing of Notices for the TPDES National Pollutant Discharge (WSD-005), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $296,635

---. Processing of Notices for the TPDES National Pollutant Discharge (WSD-007), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $268,447

---. Verifying and Managing Locational Data (Mon Ops), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $25,000.

Macey, Susan. GeoMedia GIS Software Student Licenses Grant, Intergraph Corporation. $5,000

Sanson, Andrew, F. Benjamin Zhan, Walter Rast, Glen Longley, Marshall Jennings, Alan Groegry, and Emily Armitano. Sustainable Agricultural Water Conservation, Department of Agriculture. Year One Funding. $467,000

Stea, D., and D. Kerkman. Evaluation of Experiential Science Education Program in Primary Schools, Municipios of Cd. Victoria and Hidalgo, Tamps., Mexico, Consejo Tamaulipeco de Ciencia y Tecnologia. $625,000

Stea, D., and D. Mark. Landscape, Image, and Language among Some Indigenous People of the American Southwest and Northwest Australia , National Science Foundation. $250,000 (half to Texas State University)

Tiefenbacher, John. Low Water Crossings During Flood Events: Assessing the Attributes of Problematic Flooded Small and Intermittent Stream Crossings During Deadly, Heavy-rainfall Events, Quick Response Program, Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center. $3,145

Wang, Le, and Fred Shelley. Mapping/GIS Project, Save Our Spring Alliance . $30,000

Zhan, F. Benjamin. The Texas Watch Program, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency via the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. $320,000

Zhan, F. Benjamin, Roberto Villarrel, Isidore Flores, Monte Thies, and Keith Sternes. Texas-Mexico Border Health and Environmental Threats Initiative, Department of Defense through the Air Force Institute for Operational Health, the Brooks City-Base Foundation, and the International Consortium for Health and Environmental Security. $1,000,000

Zhan, F.B., Yongmei Lu, and Alberto Giordano. Border Health and Environment Threats Security, United States Department of Defense. $94,933

History

Bourgeois, Gene. Teaching American History Grant, subcontract through Hays CISD, U.S. Department of Education. $287,763 (part of $760,224 grant)

---. Teaching American History Grant, subcontract through San Marcos CISD, U.S. Department of Education. $227,900 (part of $760,224 grant)

Dunn, Dennis J. Center for International Studies Discretionary Account, IBM company match of the contribution of Darrell Piersol. $1,000

---. The Crown Scholarship Endowment, w. Ross and Martha King. $50,000

---. Interamerican Studies Project, U.S. Department of Education. $86,000

Hart, Paul. Grant to attend Freedom Foundation summer institute. $5,000

Hartman, Gary. The James E. Moore Endowment for the Center for Texas Music History. $86,000

---. Publication of Journal of Texas Music History, U.S. Congress Appropriations Fund. $8,000

---. Funding for Center for Texas Music History, The Tomblin Family Foundation. $3,000

Mauck, Jeffrey. Grant to purchase Mexican War pension records, Friends of Fairview. $1,500

McWilliams, James E. Schlesinger Library Research Support Grant, Harvard University. $1,000

Yick, Joseph K. S. Small Grants Program, Association for Asian Studies. $1,992

---. Travel Grant, Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan. $700

---. Wason Library Travel Grant, Cornell University. $500

Philosophy

Luizzi, Vincent (principal investigator), and A. McKinney. Connecting Dialogue, Critical Thinking and The New York Times: an Innovative Teaching Philosophy, The New York Times

Political Science

Shields, Patricia. The Master of Public Administration Program 30th Anniversary Banquet, Accenture. $2,500

Psychology

Czyzewska, M. (PI) and Ginsburg, H.J. (Co-PI). Generalized Harmful Consequences of the National Youth Anti-Marijuana Media Campaign, Marijuana Policy Project. $31,351

Davis, John M. Promoting Psi Chi International Affiliate Chapters, Thelma Hunt Research Grant, Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology. $3,000

Osborne, Randall E. Research Scholars Program, American Psychological Association. $2,000

Sociology

Johnson, Sue, and Pamela S. Showalter. Preserving Rural Landscapes and Agricultural Activities in Semi-Arid Urban Fringe Environments: Sustainability as a Potential Conflict Resolution Strategy, U.S. Department of Agriculture. $175,000

Wivagg, Jonathan. Customer Statisfaction Surveys, San Antonio City Public Service. Amount to be determined

---. Consumer Satisfaction Survey, Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services. $120,000

---. State Treatment Needs Assessment Program, Utah Deparment of Substance Abuse and Mental Health. $122,000

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

Anthropology

Garber, James F. Editorial Board. Mono y Conejo: Journal of the Mesoamerican Archaeological Research Lab

Juárez, Ana M. Associate Editor. Chicana/Latina Studies: A Journal of MALCS (Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambios Sociales)

English

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca. Editorial Board. Intensities: The Journal of Cult Media. Cardiff University, Wales

---. Moderator. H-Film Listserve. Michigan State University

Busby, Mark, and Dickie Heaberlin. Co-editors. Southwestern American Literature

Cassells, Cyrus. Editorial Board. The Puschart Prize Anthology

Chavkin, Allan. Book Review Editor. Saul Bellow Journal

---. Editorial Board. Saul Bellow Journal

Gilb, Dagoberto. Contributing writer. Texas Observer

---. Editorial Board. American Short Fiction

Heaberlin, Dickie, and Mark Busby. Co-editors. Texas Books in Review

Jackson, Rebecca. Editorial Board. The Writing Instructor

---. Manuscript Reviewer. Composition Studies

Jones, Caroline. Editor, “The Mentor.” Looking Glass: An Online Journal of Children’s Literature

Ledbetter, Kathryn. Editor. Victorian Periodicals Review

---. Coeditor (with Gary Hartman). The Journal of Texas Music History

Leder, Priscilla. Editorial Board. Journal of the American Studies Assocition of Texas

Marquiss, Twister. Assistant Editor. Southwestern American Literature

---. Assistant Editor. Texas Books in Review

Nelson, Claudia. Series Editor. Studies in Childhood from 1700 to the Present. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Press

Rosenbalm, Jack. Sustaining Editor. Studies in American Humor

Rosenberg, Teya. Contributing Editor. Canadian Children’s Literature. Winnipeg, Canada

---. Member. Publication Committee, Children’s Literature Association/Scarecrow Press.

Yang, Michael. Contributing Editor. Pleiades

Geography

Augustin, Byron. Editorial Advisory Board, Goode’s World Atlas

Boehm, Richard. Editorial Board. The Social Studies

---. Executive Editor. Research in Geographic Education

Boehm, Richard, and David Rutherford. Guest Editors. The Social Studies.

Butler, David R. Book Review Editor. Geomorphology

---. Chair, Steering Committee. Binghamton International Geomorphology Symposium Series

---. Editorial Board. Geocarto International

---. Editorial Board. ­Physical Geography

Dixon, Richard. Editorial Board. National Weather Digest

---. Editorial Board. Physical Geography

Estaville, Lawrence. Editorial Board. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences

---. Editorial Board. Southwestern Geographer

---. Reviewer. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences

Macey, Susan. Editorial Board. The GIS Educator

Stea, David. Co-Editor. ETHNOSCAPES book series

---. Editorial Board. Journal of Environmental Psychology

---. Editorial Board. Journal of Research in Geographic Education

---. Editorial Board. Journal of Spatial Cognition and Computation

---. Editorial Board. Medio Ambiente y Comportamiento Humano/Environment and Human Behavior

---. Editorial Board. The Professional Geographer

---. Editorial Board. Research in Geographical Education

Tiefenbacher, John. Editorial Board. Environmental Hazards

---. Editor. The Southwestern Geographer

Wang, Le. Reviewer. Environment Management

---. Reviewer. Geographic Information Science

---. Reviewer. International Journal of Remote Sensing

---. Reviewer. Remote Sensing of Environment

Zhan, F. Benjamin. Editorial Board. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association

History

Brown, Ronald C. President. Mining History Association.

De la Teja, Jesús F. Book Review Editor. Southwestern Historical Quarterly

---. Editorial Board. New Mexico Historical Review

---. Editorial Board. Southwestern Historical Quarterly

---. Managing Editor. Catholic Southwest: A Journal of History and Culture

Garner, Lydia M. Editorial Board. Journal of Third World Studies

Hartman, Gary. Board of Editors, Handbook of Texas Music, Texas State Historical Association

Hartman, Gary, Gregg Andrews, and James McWilliams. Co-Editors. The Journal of Texas Music History

Makowski, Elizabeth. Editorial Board. Catholic Southwest

Mauck, Jeffrey. Editorial Advisor. Mexican War Journal

McWilliams, James E. Books Editor. History News Network

---. Contributing writer/editor. The Texas Observer

Pohl, James W. Editorial Board. Hill College Press

Yick, Joseph K. S. Editorial Board. Electronic Journal of the Asian Studies of the Pacific Coast

Modern Languages

Echeverría, Miriam. Editorial Board. Confluencia

Fischer, Robert. Editor. CALICO Journal

---. Editorial Board. ReCALL

---. Editorial Board. Alsic

Gragera, Antonio. Editorial Board. Revista Iberoamericana de Linguistica

Pinto-Bailey, Cristina. Editorial Board. Revista Iberoamericana

---. Editorial Board. Chasqui: Revista de Literatura Latinoamerican

Philosophy

Luizzi, Vincent. Editorial Board. Journal of Academic Ethics

---. Editor, Studeis in Jurisprudence

---. Editor, Legal Matters, Value Inquiry (book series)

Raphael, Rebecca. Guest editor. Perspectives in Religious Studies

Political Science

Grasso, Kenneth L. Editorial Advisory Board. The Catholic Social Science Review

---. Editorial Advisory Board. Re:generation

Hofer, Kay. Reviewer. American Journal of Public Administration

Shields, Patricia. Editor. Armed Forces & Society

Wright, Walter A. Editorial Board. Alternative Resolutions

---. Editorial Board. El Acuerdo

Kens, Paul. Guest Editor. Journal of Supreme Court History

Psychology

Frost, Christopher J. and Randall Osborne. Guest Editors. Humanity and Society

Osborne, Randall. Associate Editor. Journal of the American Association of Behavioral and Social Scientists

---. Associate Editor. Psi Chi Journal of Undergraduate Research

Sociology

Ellis, Ann Marie. Editorial Board. Sociological Practice

Giuffre, Patti. Editorial Board. Gender & Society

Watt, Toni Terling. Editorial Board. Sociological Practice: A Journal of Clinical and Applied Sociology

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

Anthropology

Bousman, Britt (mentor). Abby Weinstein. “The 2004 Investigations at the Cross Bar Ranch.” Texas Archaeological Society, College Station, TX

---. Abby Weinstein. Field Chief Award, National Park Service

Juárez, Ana M. (mentor). Christine Alvarez. “Bioarchaeology of the Stiver Ranch Site.” Texas Archaeological Society, College Station, TX

---. Eric Oksanen. “Archaeological Investigations at the Sessoms Creek Diversion Project.” Texas Archaeological Society, College Station, TX

English

Evans, Patricia (mentor). Amy Eoff. “William Gibson’s ‘Virtual Light’: The Conversational Construction of Chevette Washington.” Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Grimes, Tom (mentor). Christine Granados. El Chuco: Tall Tales from Texas. University of Arizona Press

Hennessy, Michael (mentor). Olivia Burgess. “Father Figures and Sons Disfigured: Joyce’s ‘Ivy Day in the Committee Room.’“ Conference of College Teachers of English, Beaumont, TX

Jackson, Rebecca (mentor). Moriah McCracken. Fellowship, PhD program in Rhetoric and Composition, Texas Christian University

Lochman, Daniel (mentor). Ryan Paul. “Spenser’s Psychological Allegory: The Palmer as Superego.” South Central Renaissance Conference, Austin, TX

Wilson, Steve (mentor). Lauren Dixon. “Undermining Patriarchal Structures in Poetry: Nikki Giovanni’s ‘Woman Poem.’“ Women and Creativity, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

---. Stacey Swann. “Traditional Community or Transitional Community?: Reassessing Synge’s The Aran Islands.” American Conference for Irish Studies, Southern Regional Meeting, Houston, TX

---. Tina Zigon. “‘Say it Loud, I’m Irish an’ I’m Proud’: Alan Parker’s Film Adaptation of Roddy Doyle’s The Commitments.” American Conference for Irish Studies, Houston, TX

Wilson, Nancy (mentor). Moriah McCracken. “Bobcat Chat: A New Approach to Online Tutoring.” Conference of College Teachers of English, Beaumont, TX

---. Oakes, Lauren. “Writing Center Layout as Pedagogical Space.” Conference of College Teachers of English, Beaumont, TX

Geography

Boehm, Richard G. (mentor) and David Rutherford. Guest Editors. The Social Studies 95.6

Boehm, Richard (mentor). David Rutherford. “Round Two: Standards Writing and Implementation in the Social Studies.” National Council for Geographic Education, Kansas City, KS

---. David Rutherford. Grosvenor Scholar, National Geographic Society

Butler, David R. (mentor), George P. Malanson, and Lynn M. Resler. "Turf-banked Terrace Treads and Risers, Turf Exfoliation, and Possible Relationships with Advancing Treeline." Catena 58.3, 259-274

Cerney, Dawna L., and David R. Butler (mentor). "Examining Montane Ecotone Change with Repeat Photography." Papers of the Applied Geography Conference 27, St. Louis, MO, 111-121

Curran, Joanna C. (mentor). Amanda Keen-Zebert. “Determining the Grain Size Distribution and Volume of Sediment Accumulation Behind Dams in Bedrock Channels” (poster presentation). Association of American Geographers. Philadelphia, PA

---. Dennis Fowler. “Calculating Gains and Losses Between Cyprus Creek and the Edwards Aquifer” (poster presentation). Association of American Geographers. Philadelphia, PA

Dixon, R. (mentor). R. Brown. “Impact of Interrannual Climate Variability on Texas Tornado Occurrence.” Applied Geography Conference, St. Louis, MO

Estaville, Lawrence (mentor). Bernadette Marion. “Experiences of Minority Students in Geography Departments: A Preliminary Study.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

---. Edris Montalvo. “African Americans and Latinos in Professional Academic Associations in the United States.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

---. Nikki Williams. “African-Americans and Latino Students in Geography Departments in the United States.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

---. Mark Rockeymoore. “Spatial Trends in High School Graduation Rates and University Acceptance Rates for African Americans and Latinos.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Eyton, J. Ronald (mentor). Martinez, Vanessa. “A Comparison of Three Simple 3D Techniques for Displaying Terrain Data” (2nd place, poster competition). Applied Geography Conference, St. Louis, MO

---. J.A. Parsons. “Developing a Cellular Automaton for Surface Water Flow.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

---. J.A. Parsons. Graduate Student Paper Competition Award, Water Resources Speciality Group of the Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Giordano, Alberto (mentor). Alexis Buckley. Scholarship from SSHA-Rockefeller Graduate Student Travel Awards

Lu, Yongmei (mentor). J. Tang. “Fractal Dimension of Transportation Network and Its Relationship with Urban Growth: A Study of Dallas–Fort Worth Area.” Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 31.6, 895-911

---. Ionara DeLima. “Investigating the Spatial Relationship between Drug Possession Arrests and Residential Burglaries in Austin.” Southwestern Geographer 7, 1-25

---. Ling-Tzong Shing. “The Anisotropy and Heterogeneity of Sub-Region in Local Spatial Autocorrelation.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

Resler, Lynn M., Mark A. Fonstad, and David R. Butler (mentor). "Mapping the Alpine Treeline Ecotone with Digital Aerial Photography and Textural Analysis." Geocarto International 19.1, 37-44

Sawyer, Carol F., and David R. Butler. "Landslide Aspect: A Methodological Approach to Circular Data for Hazard Analysis." Papers of the Applied Geography Conference 27, St. Louis, MO, 67-74

Stea, David (mentor). G. Shane Lewis. “Ecotourism in los Cumbres de Monterrey and Big Bend.” Mexico Norte, Mexico City

Wang, Le (mentor). Shuo-sheng Wu. First place, student paper competition, Applied Geography Conference, St. Louis, MO

Zhan, F. Benjamin (mentor). G. Wu. Hydrologic Modeling Using Remote Sensing and GIS – A Case Study in the San Marcos Basin . Association of American Geographers. Philadelphia, PA

---. X. Chen. “Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation of Urban Evacuation: Relative Effectiveness of Simultaneous and Staged Evacuation Strategies.” Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC

---. J. Brender, Y. Han, I. De Lima, L. Suarez, and P. Langlois. GIS-Based Spatial Search for Environmental Health Research: Environmental Hazards and Birth Defects in Texas. Centers for Disease Control Environmental Health Tracking Conference, Philadelphia, PA

---. X. Chen. “What Is ‘the Weakest Links’ in Intermodal Transportation?” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

History

Bargeron, C. (mentor). Bradley Roemer. “The United States and Saudi Arabia: Defining A Relationship.” World History Association of Texas, San Marcos, TX

Dunn, Dennis (mentor). Bradley G Shreve. “The U.S., the U.S.S.R., and Space Exploration, 1957-1963.” International Journal on World Peace (June), 76-83

Garner, Lydia M. (mentor). Debra Law. “Two Colonies, Two Empires: The Transcendental Exceptionalism of the Americas at the Time of Independence.” World History Association of Texas, San Marcos, TX

Mauck, Jeffrey (mentor). Rebecca Ramsey. Victoria College Graduate Student Paper Award (for “When the Boys of Summer Still Wore Flannel: The History and Success of the San Antonio Missions Baseball Team, 1932-1933”)

Modern Languages

Echeverría, M. (mentor). S. Fernanda Bueno. “The Transgressive Cinematic Imagination of Maria Luisa Bemberg.” South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans, LA

Political Science

Leder, Arnold (mentor). Amy Wilson. Full financial support for doctoral study in

Philosophy, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

Shields, P. (mentor). Amy Jones. “Exploring the Facets of the Digital Divide in Texas Public Schools Grades K-12.” Thirtieth Anniversary Commemorative Monograph, Pi Alpha Alpha

---. Gerard Bickham. “Cyber Security: Assessing the Effectiveness of Medium-Sized Texas Counties to Counter a Cyber Terror Attack.” Texas Conference, American Society for Public Administration, San Marcos, TX

---. J. Good. “State Homeland Security Issues.” Texas Conference, American Society for Public Administration, San Marcos, TX

---. Julie Loera. “A Model Approach to Developing Food Safety Emergency Response Standard Operating Procedures.” Texas Conference, American Society for Public Administration, San Marcos, TX

---. Julie Loera. “Developing State Food Safety Emergency Response Standard Operating Procedures.” Thirtieth Anniversary Commemorative Monograph, Pi Alpha Alpha

---. Julie Loera. McGrew Public Policy Research Award (tied for first). Central Texas Chapter, American Society for Public Administration, Austin, TX

---. Julie Loera. Pi Alpha Alpha, Student Paper Award (Master’s level). National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration Conference, Indianapolis, IN

---. Kevin Baum. “Municipal Homeland Security Issues.” Texas Conference, American Society for Public Administration, San Marcos, TX

---. Luci Cantu. “Texas Regional Councils’ Assessment of Security Vulnerabilities in Local Infrastructures.” Texas Conference, American Society for Public Administration, San Marcos, TX

---. Rachael Pitts. McGrew Public Policy Research Award (tied for first). Central Texas Chapter, American Society for Public Administration Austin, TX

Tajalli, Hassan (mentor). Amy Jones. “Exploring the Facets of the Digital Divide in Texas Public School Grades K-12.” McGrew Public Policy Research Award, CenTex American Society for Public Administration

Wright, Walter (mentor). Ito, Yumi. “Victim Meets Offender: The Impact of Restorative Justice and Mediation” (book review). The Texas Mediator 19.2, 11

Psychology

Davis, John M. (mentor). Catherine A. Bower, Richard B. Cano, Krystle A. Frahm, and Russell P. Corrigan. “Internationalizing the Psychology Curriculum: Resources for Teachers” (poster presentation). Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Ginsburg, H.J. and M. Czyzewska (mentors). N. Corish, M.F. Miller, and V. Fenter. “National Anti-drug Media Campaign Television Ads Evaluation: Methodologies and Outcomes” (poster presentation). Southwest Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Stimmel, Theron (mentor). Carol Crayton. “Pain Perception and Emotional Factors.” Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

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


Anthropology

Bousman, Britt (mentor). Logan Ralph. “Rock Art in Mexico.” Texas Archaeological Society, College Station, TX

Juárez, Ana M. (mentor). Lydia Rousey. “Teaching in a Summer Writing Program.” Rockefeller Brothers Fund for Students of Color Entering the Teaching Profession, Washington, DC

English

Bell-Metereau, Rebecca (mentor). Adam Hilton. “Stop Making Sense: Aesthetic Rockumentary and More.” National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, San Antonio, TX

---. Adam Hilton. “Deconstructing the War Myth in Dr. Strangelove.” Film and History, Dallas, TX

LeBlanc, René (mentor). Melissa Johnson. “Viewpoint: Shopping the Super Highway.” Woodlands Online < http://www.woodlandsonline.com/spps/sitepage.cfm?catID=11>

Lochman, D. (mentor). Paul Camden. “The Spirit of the Green Man in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” Texas Medieval Association, Dallas, TX

Pohl, Patsy (mentor). Lesley Lawrence. Who’s Who Among American Colleges and Universities .

Geography

Earl, Richard (mentor). Mikaila Bell. John Wiley Award, Gamma Theta Upsilon ($500)

Estaville, Lawrence (mentor). Melanie Reed. “Use of Closed Missile Silos in the United States.” Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, PA

---. Susan Mettle, Austin Stevens, Jon Painter, and Skyler North. “A Preliminary Analysis of Existing and

Potential Landfill Sites in Hays County, Texas.” Southwest Division, Association of American Geographers, Nacogdoches, TX

History

Bynum, Victoria (mentor). Rebecca Montgomery. Andrew Mellon Fellowship, Mellon Foundation

Garner, Lydia M. (mentor). J.Alsup, M.S. Sullivan, C. Smith, M. Salazar, J. Sawyer. Panelists: “Student Perspectives on World History.” World History Association of Texas, San Marcos, TX

Philosophy

Gordon, Jeffrey (mentor). Wayne Oquin. Admission to doctoral program, Juilliard School

Psychology

Czyzewska, M., and H.J. Ginsburg (mentors), and C. Rhodes. “Narratives about Unanticipated Thoughts Elicited by the Anti-drug Media Campaign Television Ads” (poster presentation). American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL

Davis, John M. (mentor). Lindsey Harkabus. William James Scholarship and APA Young Scholars Grant

Frost, Christopher J. (mentor). Co-Mentored seven Texas State University students who presented at the National Collegiate Honors Council

Ginsburg, H.J. (mentor). B. Oppermann and C. Rhodes. Negative Keyboard Angle tilt: User Preferences and Productivity. American Psychological Association Scholars Grant and Dell Computer Corporation. $1,720

---. R.B. Cano and C.A. Bower. “Safety Intervention Diminishes Pedestrian Jaywalking at Crosswalks.” Psi Chi Undergraduate Paper, Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

---. R.B. Cano, C.A. Bower, and A. Preston. “Natural Observations of Decison-making and Risk-taking: Jaywalking at Crosswalks among College-aged Pedestrians.” Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Award ($710)

Ogletree, Shirley M. (mentor), C.N. Martinez, T.R. Turner, and B. Mason. “Pokémon: Exploring the Role of Gender.” Sex Roles, 50, 851-859

Ogletree, Shirley M. (mentor), G. Marc Turner, Joshua Brunote, and Ana Vieira. “Developing an Attitudes-toward-Housecleaning Scale.” Women’s Caucus/Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, TX

Ogletree, Shirley M. (mentor), G. Marc Turner, Ana C. Vieira, and Joshua M. Brunotte. “Attitudes toward Housecleaning: Testing a Four-factor Scale.” Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Osborne, Randall E. (mentor), Catherine Bower, and R. Brian Cano. “It Ain’t Heavy, It’s My Family: Family Dysfunction and Risk-Behavior in College Students.” Social Psychologists in Texas Conference, Corpus Christ, TX

---. Catherine Bower, and R. Brian Cano. Psi Chi National Research Award.

---. R. Brian Cano and Catherine Bower. Bo and Sally Family Psychology Award (for “A Comparison of Risk Behaviors and Family Dysfunction between Divorced and Continuously Married Familes”), Texas Psychological Foundation

Stimmel, Theron (mentor). James Frost, Angela Angst, and Lindsay Peques. “Rumination Style and Internalized Anger as Factors in Pain Perception.” Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX

Vickers, Victoria, Shirley M. Ogletree (mentor), and G. Marc Turner. “Attitudes toward Housecleaning in an Adult Workforce Sample.” Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX


* Work co-authored by faculty from different departments is listed in both departments

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