Faculty Scholarship

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Wellesley celebrates a year’s worth of faculty scholarship.

Below we list the 2022–2023 publications and significant professional works and accomplishments of Wellesley College faculty, faculty emeritae/i, and researchers. The purpose of this list—and of the exhibition of faculty scholarship with which it is allied—is to give the faculty as a whole an opportunity to be informed about and to celebrate scholarly, creative, and professional achievements of colleagues.

Marjorie Agosin

Professor of Spanish


Agosin, Marjorie. Guardian Of Memory: Aldo Izzo and the Ancient Jewish Cemetery of Venice. Solis Press, 2023.

López-Calvo, Ignacio, and Marjorie Agosin. Refugees, Refuge and Human Displacement. Anthem Press, 2023.

Carolyn Anderson

Assistant Professor of Computer Science


Zhao, Jingmiao, and Carolyn Jane Anderson. “Solving and Generating NPR Sunday Puzzles with Large Language Models.” Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Computational Creativity, 2023.

Cassano, Federico; Gouwar, John; Nguyen, Daniel; Nguyen, Sydney; Phipps-Costin, Luna; Pinckney, Donald; Yee, Ming-Ho; Zi, Yangtian; Anderson, Carolyn Jane ; Feldman, Molly Q; Guha, Arjun; Greenberg, Michael; and Abhinav Jangda.“MultiPL-E: A Scalable and Extensible Approach to Benchmarking NL2Code for 18 Programming Languages.” Transactions on Software Engineering, 2023.

Anderson, Carolyn Jane, and Brian Dillon. “Grammatical Perspective-Taking in Comprehension and Production.” Open Mind, vol. 7, 2023, pp. 31–78, https://doi.org/10.1162/opmi_a_00071.

Kolisko, Skylar and Carolyn Jane Anderson. “Exploring Social Biases of Large Language Models in a College Artificial Intelligence Course.” Proceedings of the Thirteenth Symposium on Educational Advances in Artificial Intelligence (EAAI-23). 2023.

Nguyen, Sydney and Carolyn Jane Anderson . “Do All Minority Languages Look the Same to GPT-3? Linguistic (Mis)information in a Large Language Model.” Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics (SCiL). 2023.

Christopher Arumainayagam

Professor of Chemistry


Arumainayagam, Christopher . “Radiation Chemistry.” Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, edited by Muriel Gargaud and William M. Irvine, SpringerNature, 2022.

Arumainayagam, Christopher. “Photochemistry.” Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, edited by Muriel Gargaud and William M. Irvine, SpringerNature, 2022.

Angela J. Bahns

Associate Professor of Psychology


Crandall, Christian S., et al. “Do masks affect social interaction?” Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 52, no. 12, 2022, pp. 1172–1178, https://doi.org/10.1111/jasp.12918.

Amy Banzaert

Senior Lecturer in Engineering; Director of Engineering Studies


Johri, Aditya. International Handbook of Engineering Education Research, 2023, https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003287483.

James Battat

Associate Professor of Physics


Colmenares, Nicholas R., et al. “Fifteen Years of Millimeter Accuracy Lunar Laser Ranging with APOLLO: Data Reduction and Calibration.” arXiv.Org, 21 Apr. 2023, arxiv.org/abs/2304.11174.

Digital Wire Analyzer of Mechanical Tension, Electrical Continuity, and Isolation,

Sebastien Prince, Pratyush Anand, James Battat, Russell Farnsworth, Nathan Felt, Roxanne Guenette, Shion Kubota, Austin Li, Em Murdock, John Oliver, Chris Stanford, Jackson Weaver


DOI: 10.1109/TIM.2022.3214606

Deborah Bauer

Senior Lecturer in Neuroscience


Quinan, Virginia; Hsu, Kelly*; Mann, Molly*; Barclay, Kia*; and Bauer, Deborah

“An Undergraduate Laboratory Series Using C. elegans That Prepares Students for Independent Inquiry”https://www.funjournal.org/volume-21-issue-2-spring-2023/quinan-et-al-ju...

Patricia G. Berman

Professor of Art


“Second-Hand Greco: The Mediated Artist,” in Cut and Paste: El Greco in Nordic Modernism, ed. Anne Gregersen, J. F. Willlumsens Museum and Hatje Cantz, 2023, 62-82.

“The Vitalized Bodies of Natural Science,” in Modern Art and Vitalism: Aims, Themes, and Objectives, ed. Fae Brauer and Serena Keshavjee, London: Routledge, 2023, chapter 2.

“L’Aula de Munch et le théâtre du soliel, » in Munch : Un poème de vie, d’amour et de mort, (ech. Cat.), ed. Claire Bernardi, Musée d’Orsay, Paris, 2022, pp. 72-79. English edition: “Munch’s Aula and the Theatre of the Sun,” in Edvard Munch. A Poem of Life, Love, and Death, Munch Museum, Oslo, 2022, 86-100.

“A Breakthrough in the Art of Edvard Munch,” in Royal Academy of Arts Magazine, no. 155, Summer 2022, 24.

“Ocular and Other Interruptions,” in Munch and His World: Graphic Arts and the Avant-Garde in Paris and Berlin, ed. Giulia Bartrum, London: British Museum Research Publications, 2022, 68-89.

“Tresnitt i og uten av tiden,» in Annette Kierulf og Caroline Kierulf, ed. Frode Sandvik (exh. cat.), KODE, Bergen. Norway, 2022, 200-209.

Steven Biller

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences


Wietz M, López-Pérez M, Sher D, Biller SJ, and Rodriguez-Valera F. “Microbe Profile: Alteromonas macleodii − a Widespread, Fast-Responding, ‘Interactive’ Marine Bacterium.” Microbiology 168, no. 11 (2022).

Eppley JM, Biller SJ, Luo E, Burger A, and DeLong EF. “Marine viral particles reveal an expansive repertoire of phage-parasitizing mobile elements.” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 119(43): e2212722119 (2022).

Biller, Steven J., et al. “Environmental and taxonomic drivers of bacterial extracellular vesicle production in marine ecosystems.” Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2023, https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.01.18.476865.

Berta-Thompson JW, Thomas E, Cubillos-Ruiz A, Hackl T, Becker JW, Coe A, Biller SJ, Berube PM and Chisholm SW. “Draft genomes of three closely related low light-adapted Prochlorococcus.” BMC Genomic Data 24:11 (2023).

Fadeev E, Bastos CC, Hennenfeind JH, Biller SJ, Sher D, Wietz M and Herndl GJ. “Characterization of membrane vesicles in Alteromonas macleodii indicates potential roles in their copiotrophic lifestyle.” microLife 4: uqac025 (2023).

Hackl T, Laurenceau R, Ankenbrand MJ, Bliem C, Cariani Z, Thomas E, Dooley KD, Arellano AA, Hogle SL, Berube P, Leventhal GE, Luo E, Eppley JM, Zayed AA, Beaulaurier J, Stepanauskas R, Sullivan MB, DeLong EF, Biller SJ and Chisholm SW. “Novel integrative elements and genomic plasticity in ocean ecosystems.” Cell 186, no. 1: 47-62 (2023).

Craig Brinkman

Visiting Lecturer in Psychology


Brinkman, Craig S., et al. “The psychological determinants of classroom preferences: Implicit and explicit racial attitudes and racial composition of classrooms.” Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, vol. 33, no. 4, 2023, pp. 914–928, https://doi.org/10.1002/casp.2680.

Brian Brubach

Assistant Professor of Computer Science


Esmaeili, SA; Duppala, S; Dickerson, JP; Brubach, B. “Fair Labeled Clustering.” ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining. (2022).

Anne Bruebaker

Senior Lecturer in the Writing Program


Bruebaker, Anne & Jennifer Lieberman, “Measuring the Impact of Mathematics: Toward a Critical Mathematical Studies,” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Technology, and Culture 31, no. 4, 2023.

Heather Bryant

Senior Lecturer, Writing Program


Bryant, Heather Corbally. The Coffin Makers. Finishing Line Press. (2023).

Bryant, Heather Corbally. “After Years of IVF Treatment, I Made an Impossible Choice.” Zibby Mag., 2023. https://zibbymag.com/blog/after-years-of-fertility-treatments-and-loss-i...

Bryant, Heather. “Poetry Reading, Letterfrack.” Eamon at 80, edited by Peter Fallon, Gallery Press, 2022.

Bryant, Heather. “Fawn.” The Millay Bestiary, Trasna, 2022.

Emily A. Buchholtz

Professor Emerita of Biological Sciences


Brent, AE, Buchholtz, EA, and Mansfield JH. 2023. Evolutionary assembly and disassembly of the mammalian sternum. Current Biology 33(1): 197-205.

Christopher Candland

Professor of Political Science


Christopher Candland, The Islamic Welfare State: Muslim Charity, Human Security, and Government Legitimacy in Pakistan, Cambridge University Press, 2023.

Linda Charmaraman

Senior Research Scientist, WCW Sponsored Programs


Gu, Quan, Charmaraman, L., & Grevet Delcourt, C. (2023). Experiences of novice design facilitators in a remote participatory workshop. In CHIWORK ’23, June 13–15, 2023, Oldenburg, Germany. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 18 pages.

Charmaraman, Linda, et al. “Social media and adolescent mental health.” Encyclopedia of Child and Adolescent Health, 2023, pp. 337–350, https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-818872-9.00171-0.

Charmaraman, Linda, J. Maya Hernandez, et al. “Marginalized and Understudied Populations Using Digital Media.” Handbook of Adolescent Digital Media Use and Mental Health, 2022, pp. 188–214, https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108976237.011.

Charmaraman, Linda, Elizabeth Kiel, et al. “Associations between Pet Care Responsibility, Companion Animal Interactions, and Family Relationships during COVID-19.” Animals, vol. 12, no. 23, 2022, p. 3274, https://doi.org/10.3390/ani12233274.

Charmaraman, Linda, Catherine Grevet Delcourt, Sidrah Durrani, et al. “The role of parents, other adults, peers and informal learning communities in shaping positive social media use in adolesent girls.” Information and Learning Sciences, vol. 123, no. 7/8, 2022, pp. 399–420, https://doi.org/10.1108/ils-03-2022-0034.

DeSouza, L. M., Charmaraman, L., Vargas, E., & Hall, G. S. (2022). Social media friends from afterschool are associated with positive youth development in digital settings. Journal of Youth Development, 17(2). https://doi.org/10.5195/jyd.2022.1173

Charmaraman, Linda, Stephanie Cobas, Jules Weed, et al. “From Regulating Emotions to Less Lonely Screen Time: Parents’ Qualitative Perspectives of the Benefits and Challenges of Adolescent Pet Companionship.” Behavioral Sciences, vol. 12, no. 5, 2022, p. 143, https://doi.org/10.3390/bs12050143.

Delcourt, C. G., Charmaraman L., Gu, C., Durrani, S, and Xiao, T (2022). Innovating novel online social spaces with diverse middle school girls: Ideation and collaboration in a synchronous virtual design workshop. In CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '22). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, Article 248, 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1145/3491102.3517576

Charmaraman, Linda, Alicia Doyle Lynch, Amanda M. Richer, et al. “Examining early adolescent positive and negative social technology behaviors and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic.” Technology, Mind, and Behavior, vol. 3, no. 1, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1037/tmb0000062.

Charmaraman, Linda, Alicia Doyle Lynch, Amanda M. Richer, and Jennifer M. Grossman. “Associations of early social media initiation on digital behaviors and the moderating role of limiting use.” Computers in Human Behavior, vol. 127, 2022, p. 107053, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2021.107053.

Genevieve Clutario

Associate Professor of American Studies


Clutario, Genevieve. Beauty Regimes: A History of Power and Modern Empire in the Philippines, 1898-1941 (Duke University Press, 2023)

Courtney C. Coile

William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Economics


Chandra, Amitabh, Courtney Coile, and Corina Mommaerts, “What Can Economics Say About Alzheimer’s Disease?” Journal of Economic Literature 61(2):1-43

Catia C. Confortini

Associate Professor of Peace & Justice Studies Program


“Introduzione/Introduction” (with Bruna Bianchi and Geraldine Ludbrook). Special Issue on‘Femminismo e spazi urbani/Feminism and Urban Spaces’ (with Bruna Bianchi and Geraldine Ludbrook). Deportate, esuli, profughe: rivista telematica sulla memoria femminile 51 (July 2023).

Confortini, Catia C., and Annick T. Wibben. “Peace.” Gender Matters in Global Politics, 2022, pp. 314–326, https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003036432-25.

Elena Creef

Professor of Women's & Gender Studies


Creef, Elena. Shadow Traces: Seeing Japanese/American and Ainu Women in Photographic Archives. University of Illinois Press. April 2022.

Creef, Elena “Foreword” to Yoshiko Uchida’s Picture Bride. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2022). Included in the Public Humanities archive, Densho: The Japanese American Legacy Project: “The Classic Novel by Yoshiko Uchida Chronicles the Dreams and Struggles of Japanese Picture Brides.”

Creef, Elena “Letter to Educators and Students for Fall Seven Times, Get Up Eight: The Japanese War Brides.” Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education. Stanford, CA: SPICE, 2022.

Creef, Elena “Back to the Future: Time Traveling to 1942—an Exhibition Review of Masaki Fujihata’s ‘BeHere/1942’: A New Lens on the Japanese American Incarceration.” Special issue on “Images at War.” Trans Asia Photography 13.1 June 2023.

Creef, Elena “Rani-Henrik Andersson’s A Whirlwind Passed Through Our Country: Lakota Voices of the Ghost Dance.” Great Plains Quarterly. University of Nebraska. 40.4, 2023.

Carol Dougherty

Professor of Classical Studies


Dougherty, Carol. “As If a Stranger at the Door: Hospitality and Tragic Form in Democratic Athens.” Social Research: An International Quarterly, vol. 89, no. 1, 2022, pp. 47–67, https://doi.org/10.1353/sor.2022.0004.

Dougherty, Carol. “Questions of the Foreigner: Metoikia and Democracy in Aeschylus’ Suppliants.” Classical Antiquity, vol. 42, no. 1, 2023, pp. 49–86, https://doi.org/10.1525/ca.2023.42.1.49.

Theodore Ducas

Professor Emeritus of Physics


Ducas, Theodore. “The Human Faces and Voices of Physics: Six Videos Recorded in the 1970s” APS History Newsletter; Vol. 54, No. 2; 2022; pp. 8-12

Don Elmore

Professor of Chemistry


Li, Q.*; Kim, G.*; Jing, L.*; Ji, X*.; Elmore, D. E.; Radhakrishnan, M. L. “Electrostatics-based computational design and experimental analysis of buforin II antimicrobial peptide variants with increased DNA affinity.” ACS Omega. 2023. In press.

Oscar Fernandez

Associate Professor of Mathematics


Fernandez, Oscar E. “Quantizing Chaplygin Hamiltonizable nonholonomic systems.” Scientific Reports, vol. 12, no. 1, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-13335-6.

Fernandez, Oscar E., and Hiram Beltrán-Sánchez. “On the emergence of the correlation between life expectancy and the variance in the age at death.” Royal Society Open Science, vol. 9, no. 11, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.220020.

Fernandez, Oscar. “Improved bounds and high-accuracy estimates for remaining life expectancy via quadrature rule-based methods.” Demographic Research, vol. 48, 2023, pp. 809–828, https://doi.org/10.4054/demres.2023.48.27.

Richard French

Professor of Astrophysics, Emeritus


Wisdom, J., R. Dbouk, B.. Militizer, W. Hubbard, F. Nimmo, B. Downey, and R. G. French. 2022. Loss of a satellite could explain Saturn's obliquity and young rings. Science 377, 1285–1289.

Nicholson, Philip D. ; French, Richard G. ; McGhee-French, Colleen A. ; Longaretti, Pierre-Yves ; Hedman, Matthew M. ; El Moutamid, Maryame ; Colwell, Joshua ; Marouf, Essam A. ; Rappaport, Nicole ; Flury, Sophia ; Fong, Jolene ; Maguire, Ryan ; Steranka, Glen. 2023. The seven-lobed shape of the outer edge of Saturn's A ring

Icarus 390. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2022.115287

French, Richard G., et al. “The complex shape of the outer edge of Saturn’s B ring, as observed in Cassini occultation data.” Icarus, vol. 405, 2023, p. 115678, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2023.115678.

French, Richard G and Damya Souami. “Earth-based Stellar Occultation Predictions for Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Titan, and Triton: 2023–2050.” The Planetary Science Journal, 2023.

Tracy Gleason

Professor of Psychology


*Wang, M. Z., *Ng, V., & Gleason, T. (2023). Toy stories: Children’s use of gender stereotypes in making social judgments. Acta Psychologica. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actpsy.2023.103879

Gleason, Tracy R., and Rachel E. White. “Pretend play as abstraction: Implications for early development and beyond.” Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, vol. 147, 2023, p. 105090, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neubiorev.2023.105090.

Sharon Gobes

Associate Professor of Neuroscience


Arya P, *Petkova S, Kulkarni PP, Kolodny NH, and Gobes SMH. “Tracing development of song memory with fMRI in zebra finches after a second tutoring experience” Comm. Biol. (2023) 6:345

Stacie E Goddard

Professor of Political Science


Chaos Reconsidered: the Liberal Order and the Future of International Politics (co-edited with Robert Jervis, Diane Labrosse, and Joshua Rovner). Columbia University Press. July 2023.

Goddard, Stacie E. “The Outsiders: How the International System Can Still Check China and Russia,” Foreign Affairs, 2022.

Goddard, Stacie E., and Ronald R. Krebs. “Legitimating primacy after the Cold War.” Before and After the Fall, 2021, pp. 132–150, https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108910194.009.

Kaleb Goldschmitt

Associate Professor of Music


Galloway, Kate, et al. “Introduction to the special issue on listening in: Musical Digital Communities in public and private.” Twentieth-Century Music, vol. 19, no. 3, 2022, pp. 363–368, https://doi.org/10.1017/s147857222200024x.

Goldschmitt, K. E. “Anitta’s ‘girl from rio’, digital fatigue, and stereotype.” Twentieth-Century Music, vol. 19, no. 3, 2022, pp. 495–516, https://doi.org/10.1017/s1478572222000317.

Goldschmitt, K. E. “From Miami to Hong Kong:” In the Face of Adversity, 2023, pp. 207–220, https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctv2tsxmpp.19.

Octavio R. González

Barbara Morris Caspersen Associate Professor of English


González, Octavio R. Limerence. Rebel Satori Press. (2023).

Jennifer Grossman

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women


Grossman, Jennifer M., et al. “‘I put it all out there. I have nothing to hide. it’s my mom’: Parents’ and emerging adults’ perspectives on Family talk about sex.” Sex Education, vol. 23, no. 4, 2022, pp. 449–463, https://doi.org/10.1080/14681811.2022.2062591.

Grossman, J. M. et al. “Moving from needs assessment to intervention: Fathers’ perspectives on their needs and support for talk with teens about sex”. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(6), 3315, 2022. https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/19/6/3315

Grossman, J. M.; Richer, A.M. “A longitudinal look at family communication about sexual issues”. Sexes, 3(1):164-177, 2022. https://www.mdpi.com/2411-5118/3/1/13

Charmaraman, L., Lynch, A. D., Richer, A. M., & Grossman, J. M. (2022). Associations of early social media initiation on digital behaviors and the moderating role of limiting use. Computers in Human Behavior, 127, 107053. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2021.107053

DeSouza, L. M., Grossman, J. M., et al. “Profiles of adolescent communication with parents and extended family about sex.” Family Relations. 2022. https://doi.org/10.1111/fare.12667

Simon Grote

Associate Professor of History


Grote, Simon. “Wolffianism and Pietism in eighteenth-century German philosophy.” Intellectual History Review, 2022, pp. 1–29, https://doi.org/10.1080/17496977.2022.2117922.

Grote, Simon. “Accidental radicalism: Toward a multidisciplinary intellectual history of the early enlightenment.” Global Intellectual History, vol. 7, no. 1, 2022, pp. 107–117, https://doi.org/10.1080/23801883.2020.1812185.

Nicholaus Gutierrez

Assistant Professor of Cinema & Media Studies


Gutierrez, Nicholaus. “The ballad of morton heilig: On VR’s mythic past.” JCMS: Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, vol. 62, no. 3, 2023, pp. 86–106, https://doi.org/10.1353/cj.2023.0027.

Koichi Hagimoto

Professor and Chair of Spanish


Hagimoto, Koichi. “Interview with Haruki Murakami: On Latin American literature and cultural roots.” TRANSMODERNITY: Journal of Peripheral Cultural Production of the Luso-Hispanic World, vol. 10, no. 2, 2023, https://doi.org/10.5070/t410261305.

Koichi Hagimoto. “Samurai in the Land of the Gaucho: Transpacific Modernity and Nikkei Literature in Argentina.” Vanderbilt University Press, 2023.

Georgia Hall

Senior Research Scientist/Director of NIOST


Hall, G., Gallagher, J., & Starr, E. (Eds). (2023). The heartbeat of the youth development field: Professional journeys of growth, connection, and transformation (Vol. 7). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Michael J Hearn

Professor Emeritus of Chemistry


Hearn, Michael J., et al. “Synthesis of functionalized sulfonamides as antitubercular agents.” Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements, vol. 198, no. 9, 2023, pp. 733–751, https://doi.org/10.1080/10426507.2023.2196079.

Michael J. Hearn and Michael H. Cynamon, “New Joseph Hearn, Michael, and Michael H. Cynamon.” New 4-Methyl-n-(Arylmethylene)-1-Piperazinamines and Their Activities against Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, 2023, https://doi.org/10.1021/scimeetings.3c00004.

Joseph Hearn, Michael, and Michael H. Cynamon. New 4-Methyl-n-(Arylmethylene)-1-Piperazinamines and Their Activities against Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, 2023, https://doi.org/10.1021/scimeetings.3c00004.

“Aminopiperazines with Broad Spectrum Antimicrobial Activity;” U.S. Provisional Patent Application No. 63/403,619; September 2, 2022.

Eun Ha Hwang

Visiting Lecturer in Korean, East Asian Languages & Cultures


Hwang, Eun Ha (Dec. 2022). Multilingual and Identity (다중언어화자와 정체성), Seoul, Korea: Han’guk munhwasa (printed in Korean)

Hwang, Eun Ha “A Case Study on Designing a Korean interactive project using online tools based on a multiliteracies approach.”, The Language and Culture, 18(3). p. 345-372, 2022. DOI : 10.18842/klaces.2022.18.3.012

António Igrejas

Lecturer in Portuguese, Program Director of Spanish and Portuguese


Ingrejas, Antonio. “Writing the father into textual existence: the biographer (imperatives) in Through a Portagee Gate.” Gávea-Brown: A Bilingual Journal of Portuguese-North American Letters and Studies / Revista Bilingue de Letras e Estudos Luso-Norte-Americanos. 2023.

Jonathan B. Imber

Professor of Sociology


The Anthem Companion to Peter Berger, edited by Jonathan B. Imber (London: Anthem Press, 2023).

Review Essay of Mad Hazard by Stephen Turner in Cosmos + Taxis, Volume 11/Issue 3 + 4, 2023, pp. 128-131.

Eric Jarrard

Visiting Lecturer in Religion


Jarrard, Eric. “Now You’re in the Sunken Place: Constructed Monsters in Daniel 7 and Get Out,” Biblical Interpretation 31, 94–119, 2023.

Michael P. Jeffries

Dean of Academic Affairs, Professor of American Studies


Michael P. Jeffries, Black and Queer on Campus (NYU Press, 2023).

Margaret M. Keane

Professor of Psychology


Verfaellie, M., & Keane, M. M. “Memory disorders”. In G. G. Brown, T. Z. King, K. Y. Haaland, & B. Crosson (Eds.), APA handbook of neuropsychology, Volume 1: Neurobehavioral disorders and conditions: Accepted science and open questions., Vol. 1. (pp. 205–224), 2023. American Psychological Association.

Megan Kerr

Katharine and Claudine Malone '63 Professor in Mathematics


Bohm, Christoph; and Kerr, Megan. “Homogeneous Einstein Metrics and Butterflies.” Annals of Global Analysis and Geometry 63(29). 2023.

Sari Kerr

Senior Research Scientist, WCW


Kerr, S.P, W.R. Kerr and R. Nanda. “House Money and Entrepreneurship.” Journal of Monetary Economics 120, 2022.

Colaiacovo, I. M. Dalton, S.P. Kerr, and W.R. Kerr. (2022).“The Transformation of Self-Employment”. Management Science. NBER Working Paper 29725.

Goldin, C., S.P. Kerr, and C. Olivetti. “When the Kids Grow Up: Women's Employment and Earnings across the Family Cycle.” NBER Working Paper 30323, 2022.

Kerr, S.P. and W.R. Kerr. (2022). “Immigration Policy Levers for US Innovation and Startups.” in Goolsbee, A. and Jones, B. (Eds.) Innovation and Public Policy, University of Chicago Press.

Pinar Keskin

Associate Professor of Economics


“Syrian Refugee Inflows, Health Care Access, and Childhood Vaccination in Turkey,” with Bilge Erten, Miray Omurtak and Ilhan Can Ozen, The World Bank Economic Review, 2023, 37, 127-146.

Yoolim Kim

Visiting Lecturer in Psychology


Kim, Yoolim, et al. “Collecting big data through citizen science: Gamification and game-based approaches to data collection in Applied Linguistics.” Applied Linguistics, 2023, https://doi.org/10.1093/applin/amad039.

Yoolim Kim & Jamie Y. Findlay. “On the ‘subject’ honorific -si- in Korean.” Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America (PLSA) 8(1). 5534, 2023.

Yoolim Kim & Olivier Morin. “Literate culture and cognition”. In R. Kendal, J. Tehrani, & J. Kendal (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Cultural Evolution. Oxford University Press, 2023.

Kim, Yoolim, and Adam Charles Roberts. “Heritage learners are more sensitive to effects of script: Evidence from Korean.” Language & Communication, vol. 89, 2023, pp. 92–100, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.langcom.2023.01.003.

Kim, Yoolim, Sandra Kotzor, et al. “Disambiguating effects of syllable position and neighborhood size: Contributions of Hanja during Sino-Korean processing.” Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, vol. 52, no. 2, 2022, pp. 631–651, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10936-022-09913-4.

Josh Lambert

Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and English, and Director of Jewish Studies


Josh Lambert, “Jews and Literature and Jewish Literature,” in Keren Eva Fraiman and Dean Philip Bell, eds., The Routledge Handbook of Judaism in the Twenty-First Century. 388-98. 2023.

Josh Lambert, foreword to Nora Gold, ed., 18: Jewish Stories Translated from 18 Languages. Cherry Orchard Books, 2023.

Josh Lambert, review of Mordecai Richler’s Imperfect Search for Moral Values by Shana Rosenblatt Mauer, Canadian Jewish Studies/Études Juives Canadiennes. 35;124-26, 2023.

Karen Lange

Associate Professor of Mathematics


Knight, J., Lange, K., and D. R. Solomon, “Roots of polynomials in fields of generalized power series” Chapter in: Greenberg, N., Jain, S., Ng, K. M. et al. (eds) Aspects of Computation and Automata Theory with Applications. Lecture Notes Series, Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National University of Singapore, vol 42. World Scientific, Singapore. 2023.

Mara Laslo

Visiting Lecturer in Biological Sciences


Just, Josefine, Laslo, M., et al. “Distinct developmental mechanisms influence sexual dimorphisms in the milkweed bugoncopeltus fasciatus.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.05.12.443917.

Laslo, M. and Hartmann, M., “Developing Scientific Communication Skills Using Primary Literature in an Undergraduate Cell Biology Course.” Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education, 2023. pp.e00186-22.

Yoon Sun Lee

Professor of English


Lee, Yoon Sun. “Typicality in the novel and novel theory.” Novel, vol. 55, no. 3, 2022, pp. 444–462, https://doi.org/10.1215/00295132-10007492.

The Natural Laws of Plot: How Things Happen in Realist Novels. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2023.

Peggy Levitt

Chair, Department of Sociology


Transnational Social Protection; Social Welfare Across National Borders (with Erica Dobbs, Ken Sun, and Ruxandra Paul)

Levitt, Peggy, et al. “Decolonizing decoloniality: Decentering art history and comparative literature classrooms outside europe and the United States.” Comparative Education Review, vol. 67, no. 2, 2023, pp. 277–297, https://doi.org/10.1086/724062.

Levitt, Peggy, and Andreja Siliunas. “Cultures of cultural globalization: How national repertoires and political ideologies affect literary and artistic circulation.” Cultural Sociology, 2023, p. 174997552211476, https://doi.org/10.1177/17499755221147653.

Levitt, Peggy, and Bo-Seon Shim. “Producing Korean literature (KLIT) for export.” The Journal of Chinese Sociology, vol. 9, no. 1, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1186/s40711-022-00164-3.

Saferstein, Ezequiel, and Peggy Levitt. “¿Cuán ‘global’ es la formación en literatura? El Caso de Argentina.” Latin American Research Review, vol. 57, no. 2, 2022, pp. 278–297, https://doi.org/10.1017/lar.2022.26.

Louise Marlow

Professor of Religion


Marlow, Louise. Medieval Muslim Mirrors for Princes: An Anthology of Arabic, Persian and Turkish Political Advice. Cambridge University Press, 2023.

Julie Matthaei

Professor Emerita of Economics


Julie Matthaei and Matthew Slaats, “The Solidarity Economy: A Way Forward for Our De-Futured World,” The Journal of Social Encounters, Vol 7:2/3, 2023.

Erich Hatala Matthes

Associate Professor of Philosophy


Matthes, Erich Hatala. “Immoral Artists,” in The Oxford Handbook of Ethics and Art, ed. James Harold, 2023.

Matthes, Erich Hatala. “Paul Gauguin’s manao tupapau (spirit of the dead watching).” BPCA Spring 2023 CS, 2023, https://doi.org/10.5040/9781350895737.0013.

Matthes, Erich Hatala. “Immoral artists and our aesthetic projects: Commentary on Mary Beth Willard’s why it’s OK to enjoy the work of immoral artists.” The British Journal of Aesthetics, vol. 62, no. 4, 2022, pp. 517–525, https://doi.org/10.1093/aesthj/ayac009.

Matthes, Erich Hatala. “How museums and arts institutions can deal with the problem of immoral artists: A reply to Mary Beth Willard.” The British Journal of Aesthetics, vol. 62, no. 4, 2022, pp. 559–566, https://doi.org/10.1093/aesthj/ayac029.

Peter Mawhorter

Instructor in Computer Science Laboratory


Mawhorter, Peter et al. “Representing Exploration in Metroidvania Games: A demo of the 'exploration' Python library.” Proceedings of the FDG Workshop on Procedural Content Generation, 2022.

Kim McLeod

Professor in Astrophysics & Professor of Astronomy


Yee, Samuel W. et al. (2022) “The TESS Grand Unified Hot Jupiter Survey. I. Ten TESS Planets.” Astronomical Journal, 164, 70

Yee, Samuel W. et al. (2023) “The TESS Grand Unified Hot Jupiter Survey. II. Twenty New Giant Planets.” Astrophysical Journal Supplement, 265, 1

Knudstrup, E. et al. (2023) “Radial velocity confirmation of a hot super-Neptune discovered by TESS with a warm Saturn-mass companion.” Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 519, 56

Rodriguez, Joseph E. et al. (2023). “Another shipment of six short-period giant planets from TESS.” Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 521, 27

Susan Meyer

Professor in English


Meyer, Susan Lynn. A Sky Full of Song. Union Square & Co (Barnes & Noble). (2023).

Marianne V. Moore

Professor Emerita in Environmental Science; Professor Emerita of Biological Sciences


Moore, M.V., M. Yamamuro, O.A. Timoshkin, A.A. Shirokaya, and Y. Kameda. Lake-wide assessment of microplastics in the surface waters of Lake Baikal, Siberia. Limnology 23:265-274, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10201-021-00677-9

Jacki Musacchio

Professor of Art


Musacchio, Jacki, and Nicholas Stanley-Price. “Another Sculptor in Rome’s ‘White, Marmorean Flock’: Florence Freeman.” Friends of the Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome 60 (Fall 2022): 4.

Musacchio, Jacki. “Carrying Home Renaissance Florence in Extra-Illustrated Editions of George Eliot’s Romola (1863).” In Lynn Catterson and Denise Budd, ed., Italy for Sale, 169-203. Boston: Brill, 2023.

Musacchio, Jacki. “Church, Emma Conant.” In Andreas Beyer, Bénédicte Savoy and Wolf Tegethoff, ed., Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon - Internationale Künstlerdatenbank - Online: Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon Online / Artists of the World Online. Berlin: K. G. Saur, 2022.

Musacchio, Jacki. “Hosmer, Harriet.” In Andreas Beyer, Bénédicte Savoy and Wolf Tegethoff, ed., Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon - Internationale Künstlerdatenbank - Online: Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon Online / Artists of the World Online. Berlin: K. G. Saur, 2022.

Musacchio, Jacki. “Freeman, Horatia Augusta Latilla.” In Andreas Beyer, Bénédicte Savoy and Wolf Tegethoff, ed., Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon - Internationale Künstlerdatenbank - Online: Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon Online / Artists of the World Online. Berlin: K. G. Saur, 2022.

Musacchio, Jacki. “Manning, Abby Adeline.” In Andreas Beyer, Bénédicte Savoy and Wolf Tegethoff, ed., Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon - Internationale Künstlerdatenbank - Online: Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon Online / Artists of the World Online. Berlin: K. G. Saur, 2022.

Musacchio, Jacki. “Stillman, Marie Spartali.” In Andreas Beyer, Bénédicte Savoy and Wolf Tegethoff, ed., Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon - Internationale Künstlerdatenbank - Online: Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon Online / Artists of the World Online. Berlin: K. G. Saur, 2022.

Musacchio, Jacki. “The Art and Life of Francesca Alexander.” British Library America and Oceania Collections Blog. 19 June 2023.

Eni Mustafaraj

Associate Professor of Computer Science


Mustafaraj, Eni. “People, not search-engine algorithms, choose unreliable or partisan news.” Nature 618, no. 7964 (2023): 245-247. https://rdcu.be/dcUE0

Perreault, B., Dau, L., Wintner, A., & Mustafaraj, E. (2023, June). Capturing the Aftermath of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Decision in Google Search Results across the US. In Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (Vol. 17, pp. 1063-1072). https://ojs.aaai.org/index.php/ICWSM/article/view/22214

Jaidka, K., Mustafaraj, E., Schoch, D., & Joseph, K. (2023, July). Disrupt, Ally, Resist, Embrace (DARE): Action Items for Computational Social Scientists in a Changing World. In ICWSM Workshop Proceedings. https://workshop-proceedings.icwsm.org/abstract.php?id=2023_11

Wang, A., De Jesus Sanchez, L. M., Wintner, A., Zhu, Y., & Mustafaraj, E. (2023, March). Assessing Google Search’s New Features in Supporting Credibility judgments of Unknown Websites. In Proceedings of the 2023 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (pp. 303-307). https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3576840.3578277

Thomas Nolden

Professor of German Studies


Thomas Nolden, ed. In the Face of Adversity: Translating Difference and Dissent (UK: University College of London Press; USA: University of Chicago Press, 2023).

Julie K Norem

Professor of Psychology


Norem, J. K., Xiao, L. F., Li, M., & Dombroski, J. (2023). Defensive pessimism and precautionary action during the COVID pandemic. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, e12853. https://doi.org/10.1111/spc3.12853

Megan Nuñez

Professor of Chemistry; Dean of Faculty Affairs


Volle, C.B., Núñez, M.E, Spain, E.M., Hart, B.C., Wengen, M.B., Lane, S., Criollo, A., Mahoney, C.A., and Ferguson, M. (2023) AFM Force Mapping Elucidates Pilus Deployment and Key Lifestyle-Dependent Surface Properties in Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus, Langmuir 39, 4233-4244. (PMID: 36926913) DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.2c03134

Tsao, L.H.,* Shepardson-Fungairiño, S.,* Murayama, H.,* Cecere, A.,* Wren, E.,* and Núñez, M.E., (2022) Assessing the Potential for DNA Quadruplex Formation in the Predatory Bacterium Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus, Biochemistry 61, 2073-2087. (PMCID: PMC9536305) DOI: 10.1021/acs.biochem.2c00443

Jennie Pyers

Professor of Psychology


Berger, L., Caselli, N., Pyers, J., & Lieberman, A. (2023). Parent ASL skills correlate with child–but not toddler–ASL vocabulary size. Language Acquisition.

Pontecorvo, E., Higgins, M., Lieberman, A., Pyers, J., & Caselli, N. (2023). Learning a sign language does not hinder acquisition of a spoken language. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 66, 1291-1308.

Pyers, J. E., & Emmorey, K. (2022). The iconic motivation for the morphophonological distinction between noun–verb pairs in American Sign Language does not reflect common human construals of objects and actions. Language and Cognition, 14(4), 622-644.

Gappmayr, P., Lieberman, A., Pyers, J., & Caselli, N. (2022). Do parents modify child-directed signing to emphasize iconicity? Frontiers in Psychology, 4994.

*Kocab, A., Senghas, A., & Pyers, J. (2022). From seed to system: The emergence of non-manual markers for wh-questions in Nicaraguan Sign Language. Languages, 7(2), 137.

Ginny Quinan

Senior Instructor in Neuroscience Laboratory


Quinan, Virginia; Hsu, Kelly*; Mann, Molly*; Barclay, Kia*; and Bauer, Deborah

“An Undergraduate Laboratory Series Using C. elegans That Prepares Students for Independent Inquiry”


Mala L. Radhakrishnan

Professor of Chemistry


Illingworth, S. and Radhakrishnan, M.L. “‘I am here because I wanted to shine’: how poetry can be used to better understand undergraduate students’ first-year chemistry or related course experiences.” Chemistry Education Research and Practice, 2023, 24, 868 - 881

Smitha Radhakrishnan

Professor of Women's Studies and Professor of Sociology


Radhakrishnan, Smitha and Gowri Vijayakumar. 2022. Sociology of South Asia: Postcolonial Legacies, Global Imaginaries. Palgrave Macmillan.

Carlos Ramos

Margaret E. Deffenbaugh and LeRoy T. Carlson Professor in Comparative Literary Studies; Professor of Spanish


“Teresa Guillén de Gilman, Wellesley Class of 1943: A Life in Letters.” Proceedings from the AATSP 12th. Northeast Regional Conference. Joy Renjilian Burgy and Mary Anne Vetterling, eds. Regwell Press: Lexington, MA, 2022, pp. 253-261.

“La albada moderna. Notas para una historia cultural,” en Una mirada escrita. En honor de Jaume Pont. Julián Acebrón Ruiz y Carmen Medina Puerta, eds. Scriptura, nº 28 & Ensayos/Scriptura, nº 18 (2023). 59-67.

Antonio J. Arraiza Rivera

Assistant Professor of Spanish


Arraiza-Rivera, Antonio J. En voz de pluma: poéticas de la escritura en la lírica áurea. Juan de la Cuesta, 2023.

Wendy Wagner Robeson

Senior Research Scientist, Wellesley Centers for Women


Savage, S. & Robeson, W. (2022). Child Care Tradeoffs among Massachusetts mothers. Issue Brief. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

Robeson, W.W. & Lucas, K.D., (2022). The impact of parental burnout and time with children: Family stress in a large urban city during Covid-19. In N. Khan (Ed.). Covid-19 and Childhood Inequality. Routledge.

Becca Selden

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences


Kitchel, ZJ (G), HM Conrad, RL Selden, ML Pinsky (2022). The role of continental shelf bathymetry in shaping marine range shifts in the face of climate change. Global Change Biology 28: 5185-5199

Karp, MA, S Brodie, JA Smith, K Richerson, RL Selden, OR Liu, BA Muhling, JF Samhouri, LAK Barnett, EL Hazen, D Ovando, J Fiechter, MG Jacox, M Pozo Buil (2023). Projecting species distributions using fishery-dependent data. Fish and Fisheries 24(1) 71-92.

Liu, OR, EJ Ward, SC Anderson, KS Andrews, LAK Barnett, S Brodie, G Carroll, J Fiechter, MA Haltuch, CJ Harvey, EL Hazen, P-Y Hernvann, M Jacox, IC Kaplan, S Matson, K Norman, M Pozo Buil, RL Selden, A Shelton, JF Samhouri. (2023) Species redistribution creates unequal outcomes for multispecies fisheries under projected climate change. In press at Science Advances.

Inela Selimovic

Associate Professor of Spanish


Selimovic, Inela. “Foreign Intimacies and Political Pasts in Paula Markovitch’s El actor principal (2019).” Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies 32. 2 (2023): 1-21. https://doi.org/10.1080/13569325.2023.2239171

Selimovic, Inela. “Epilogue. On Cinematic Disobedience.” Contemporary Argentine Women Filmmakers, eds. Mirna Vohnsen and Daniel Mourenza. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2023. 251-255.

Selimovic, Inela. “Review of Ana Forcinito, Óyeme con los ojos: cine, mujeres, visiones y voces. Revista de Estudios de Género y Sexualidades 48. 2. (2023): 191-193.

Selimovic, Inela. “Las paradojas exquisitas de Paula Markovitch: Segunda Parte.” La Jornada Zacatecas, 12 September 2022, https://issuu.com/lajornadazacatecas.com.mx/docs/la_gualdra_541.

Selimovic, Inela. “Las paradojas exquisitas de Paula Markovitch: Primera Parte.” La Jornada Zacatecas, 5 September 2022, https://issuu.com/lajornadazacatecas.com.mx/docs/la_gualdra_541.

Andrea Sequeira

Professor of Biological Sciences


Rodriguero, M. S., Confalonieri, V. A., *Mackay Smith, A., *Dornon, M. K., *Zagoren, E., *Palmer, A., & Sequeira, A. S. (2023). Genetically depauperate and still successful: few multilocus genotypes of the introduced parthenogenetic weevil Naupactus cervinus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) prevail in the Continental United States. Insects, 14(2), 113.

Orit Shaer

Professor of Computer Science


Yilun Xing, Linda N Boyle, Raffaella Sadun, Joh D Lee, Orit Shaer, Andrew Kun. (2023). Perceptions related to engaging in non-driving activities in an automated vehicle while commuting: a text mining approach. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behavior, Volume 94.

Nabil Al Nahin Ch, Alberta A. Ansah, Atefeh Katrahmani, Julia Burmeister, Andrew L. Kun, Caitlin Mills, Orit Shaer, John D. Lee. (2023). Virtual nature experiences and mindfulness practices while working from home during COVID-19: Effects on stress, focus, and creativity, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, Volume 171.

Shaer, O., Otiono, J., Qian, Z., Seals, A., and Nov, O. (2022) Remote Evaluation of Augmented Reality Interaction with Personal Health Information. Frontiers in Computer Science, August 2022. Sec. Human-Media Interaction.

Alberta A. Ansah, Yilun Xing, Amudha Varshini Kamaraj, Diana Tosca, Linda Boyle, Shamsi Iqbal, Andrew L. Kun, John D. Lee, Michel Pahud, and Orit Shaer. 2022. “I need to respond to this” – Contributions to group creativity in remote meetings with distractions. In 2022 Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction for Work (CHIWORK 2022). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, Article 7, 1–12. (Honorable Mention)

Nabil Al Nahin Ch, Diana Tosca, Tyanna Crump, Alberta Ansah, Andrew Kun, and Orit Shaer. 2022. Gesture and Voice Commands to Interact With AR Windshield Display in Automated Vehicle: A Remote Elicitation Study. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutomotiveUI '22). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 171–182.

Toshali Goel, Orit Shaer, Quan Gu, Catherine Delcourt, Angel Cooper. 2023. Preparing Future Designers for Human-AI Collaboration in Persona Creation, In 2023 CHIWork Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction for Work, Oldenburg, Germany.

Vernon Shetley

Professor of English


Shetley, Vernon. “Sidney Furie’s The Entity: Horror and Rape Culture,” Horror Studies 13.2 (October 2022) 251-266

Neelima Shukla-Bhatt

Professor of Religion/South Asia Studies


Shukla-Bhatt, Neelima. 2023. “Bhakti and its Songs: Hindu Devotion as a Gateway to Religious Harmony” in Freedom of Religion and Religious Pluralism edited by Bhuiyan, M. J. H., & M. Zoethout, C. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Nijhoff.

Shukla-Bhatt, Neelima. 2023. Hinduism, the Basics. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Olga Shurchkov

Associate Professor of Economics


Flory, Jeffrey, Andreas Leibbrandt, Olga Shurchkov, Olga Stoddard, and Alva Taylor. “Perceptions of Gender Diversity in Occupations.” AEA Papers and Proceedings, 113: 436-39. (2023). DOI: 10.1257/pandp.20231062

Quinn Slobodian

Professor of History


Crack-Up Capitalism: Market Radicals and the Dream of a World Without Democracy, New York: Metropolitan, 2023.

Mingwei Song

Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures


White Horse and Black Camel 白馬與黑駱駝 (Collection of poems; co-authored with Lo Yichun 駱以軍). Taipei: Ryefield, 2022. 262 pages.

“Sinotopia and Heterotopia” 中托邦與異托邦. Twenty-First Century 二十一世紀 (Hong Kong). 6(December 2022): 4-37.

“Lu Xun’s Unfaithful Translation of Science Fiction: Rewriting Chinese Literary History.” In the Face of Adversity: Translating Difference and Dissident (ed. Thomas Nolden). London: University College London Press, 2023. 129-144.

“The Beginning of a Long Winter: Zhang Huiwen’s New England Stories” 漫漫長冬的開始:張惠雯《在北方》. Yangtze Review 揚子江評論 3 (June 2023): 72-76.

“The Creation of a Neo-Baroque Literary Universe in Science Fiction: From the Avant-Gardism of the Genre to the Contemporaneity of Literature III.” 從科幻小說創生「新巴洛克」文學宇宙:從文類的先鋒性到文學的當代性(下). Fiction Criticism 小說評論. 3 (May 2023): 37-45.

“The Fluidity and Immediacy of Literary History” 文學史的流動與此刻:關於《哈佛新編中國現代文學史》. Dushu 讀書5 (May 2023): 158-165.

“The Revelation of the Posthuman Conditions: From the Avant-Gardism of the Genre to the

Contemporaneity of Literature II.” 打開「後人類」的秘境:從文類的先鋒性到文學的當代性(中). Fiction Criticism 小說評論. 2 (March 2023): 48-56.

“What Day is Today When Facing Tomorrow/Ming Dynasty: How Will the Contemporaneity and Futurity in Literature Be Possible?” 今夕何夕,面向明朝:文學的“當代性”和“未来性”如何可能. October 十月. 2 (February 2023): 226-229.

“The Poetics of the Invisible: From the Avant-Gardism of the Genre to the Contemporaneity of

Literature I.” 再現「不可見」的詩學:從文類的先鋒性到文學的當代性(上). Fiction Criticism 小說評論. 1 (January 2023): 32-40.

“The Past, Present, and Future of Chinese Science Fiction” 中國科幻的過去、現在和未來.

Literary Criticism 文藝爭鳴. 12 (December 2022): 28-34.

“The Poetic Heart of Science Fiction: Short Stories of Ken Liu” 詩科幻:劉宇昆短篇小說印象.Wenyibao 文藝報 December 26, 2022: 6.

“Seeing Science Fiction in Hong Kong.” 在香港看見科幻. Introduction to “Sinotopia and

Heterotopia” 中托邦與異托邦. Twenty-First Century 二十一世紀 (Hong Kong). 6 (December 2022): 4-6.

“Why Are We Still Touched by What Happened Five Hundred Years Ago?” 我們為什麼會被五百年前感動? Metropolis 大都市. Vol. 1. No. 1 (2023): 25-28.

“Obsessed with China—Professor Joseph Lau: A Memorium.” 「感時憂國」的劉先生. Wenhui

Daily 文匯報. February 13, 2023: 6.

“Three Encounters with Murakami Haruki.” 與村上春樹的三次相遇. Wenhui Daily 文匯報.

February 1, 2023: 6.

“You Have No Right to Define What Is Reality: Review of The Wandering Earth II and Three-Body TV series.” 你沒有資格定義什麼是現實. Yangcheng Evening 羊城晚報. March 5, 2023: A11.

“A New World Emerges When We See Each Other.” 在看見彼此的瞬間,分形出另一個世界.

Shanghai Review of Books 上海書評. October 29, 2022.

“Chinese Science Fiction Abroad: An Interview with Professor Mingwei Song, Department Chair of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Wellesley College” 中國科幻在海外:專訪美國韋爾斯利文理學院東亞系系主任宋明煒. By Xiao Chuzhou 肖楚舟. Life Weekly 三聯生活週刊. (126.8) 2023 (February 20): 72-77.

“Chinese Science Fiction Belongs to Twenty-First-Century Literature: An Interview with Professor Mingwei Song” 專訪宋明煒:中國科幻小說是屬於21世紀的文學. By Yu Yaqin 余雅琴. Southern Weekly 南方週末. January 19, 2023: 17-20.

“From Science Fiction Studies to the Neo-Baroque Aesthetics: An Interview with Professor Mingwei

Song.” 從科幻研究走向新巴洛克美學:宋明煒教授訪談錄. By Jiang Yuqin 江玉琴. Foreign

Language and Literature Research 外國語文研究. Vol. 8, No. 6. 2022.6 (December): 11-23.

“Voyage Out 遠航,” United Daily News Literary Supplement 聯合報副刊 (Taiwan). August 30, 2023:D3.

“Drinking 飲酒,” United Daily News Literary Supplement 聯合報副刊 (Taiwan). July 28, 2023: D3.

“Dream Beast 夢獸,” United Daily News Literary Supplement 聯合報副刊 (Taiwan). June 27, 2023: D3.

“Angel 天使,” United Daily News Literary Supplement 聯合報副刊 (Taiwan). May 15, 2023: D3.

“All That Is Solid Melts into Air” 所有凝固的岁月已经飘扬 (Five Poems): “China 中國,”

“Memory 記憶.” “Apocalypse 末日,” “The Bell Tolls 鐘聲,” “Rain雨水.” Shanghai Literature 上海文學. 2023. 6 (June): 116-117.

“Frosting 霜降,” United Daily News Literary Supplement 聯合報副刊 (Taiwan). April 17, 2023: D3.

“Winter: Dream Beast and Time” 冬意:夢獸與時間 (Ten Poems): “Frosting 霜降,” “Angel

天使,” “Dream Beast 夢獸,” “Voyage Out 遠航,” “Drinking 飲酒,” “Weeping Apes 猿聲,”

“Remembering 念念,” “New Year’s Eve 除夕,” “New Year 新年,” “Blank Paper 無字.” Poetry 詩刊. 2023.8 (April 15): 33-37.

“The Dream of an Apple” 蘋果的夢 (Four Poems): “The Dream of an Apple 蘋果的夢,” “A

Girl with a Pearl Earring 戴珍珠耳環的少女,” “The Village: For Chagall 村莊:致夏嘉爾,”“A

Fugue for the Valentine’s Day 愛情的小賦格曲.” People’s Literature人民文學. 2023:4 (April): 203-205.

“Two Long Poems” 兩首長詩: “The Night of Rome 羅馬之夜,” “After a Full Year of the

Pandemic, on This Rainy Afternoon in Summertime, I Thought of My Friend Lo Yi-chin疫情禁足一年有餘,夏日午後大雨中,想念友人駱以軍.” Master 大家. 2023:3 (March 15): 40-43.

“Eight Poems of Winter” 冬意八首: “Frosting 霜降,” “Angel 天使,” “Dream Beast 夢獸,”

“Voyage Out 遠航,” “Drinking 飲酒,” “Weeping Apes 猿聲,” “New Year 新年,” “Blank Paper 無字.” Fleurs des lettres字花 (Hong Kong). Vol. 81 (March 2023): 75-78.

Glenn Stark

Professor of Physics


“Ultraviolet photoabsorption in the B - X and C - X band systems of SO sulphur isotopologues”, A. N. Heays, G. Stark, J R. Lyons, N. de Oliveira, B. R. Lewis, and S. T. Gibson.

Rachel Stanley

Associate Professor in Environmental Science & Chemistry


Stanley, R. H. R., Kinjo, L., Smith, A. W., Aldrett, D., Alt, H., Kopp, E., Krevanko, C., Cahill, K. & Haus, B. K. 2022. Gas Fluxes and Steady State Saturation Anomalies at Very High Wind Speeds. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 127.

Stanley, R. H. R., Juranek, L. W. & Nicholson, D. P. 2022. In Situ Gross Primary Production from Triple Oxygen Isotopes. In: VANDERMEULEN, R. A. & CHAVES, J. E. (eds.) Ocean Optics and Biogeochemistry Protocols for Satellite Ocean Colour Sensor Validation Volume 7.0. Aquatic Primary Productivity Field Protocols for Satellite Validation and Model Synthesis. Dartmouth, N. S. Canada: IOCCG.

Juranek, L. W., Stanley, R. H. R. & Nicholson, D. P. 2022. In Situ Net Community Production with Dissolve O2/Ar. In: VANDERMEULEN, R. A. & CHAVES, J. E. (eds.) Ocean Optics and Biogeochemistry Protocols for Satellite Ocean Colour Sensor Validation Volume 7.0. Aquatic Primary Productivity Field Protocols for Satellite Validation and Model Synthesis. Dartmouth, NS, Canada: IOCCG.

Smith, A. W., Haus, B. K. & Stanley, R. H. R. 2022. Bubble-turbulence dynamics and dissipation beneath laboratory breaking and non-breaking waves. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 52, 2159-2181.

Seltzer, A. M., Nicholson, D. P., Smethie, W. M., Tyne, R. L., LeRoy, E., Stanley, R. H. R., Stute, M., Barry, P. H., McPaul, K., Davidson, P. W., Chang, B. X., Rafter, P. A., Lethaby, P., Johnson, R. J., Khatiwala, S. & Jenkins, W. J. 2023. Dissolved gases in the deep North Atlantic track ocean ventilation processes. PNAS, 120, e2217946120.

Zhang, W. F., Alatalo, P., Crockford, T., Hirzel, A. J., Meyer, M. G., Oliver, H., Peacock, E., Petitpas, C. M., Sandwith, Z., Smith, W. O., Sosik, H. M., Stanley, R. H. R., Stevens, B. L. F., Turner, J. T. & McGillicuddy, D. J. 2023. Cross-shelf exchange associated with a shelf-water streamer at the Mid-Atlantic Bight shelf edge. Progress in Oceanography, 210.

Erin Teich

Assistant Professor of Physics


E.G. Teich et al, Citation inequity and gendered citation practices in contemporary physics, Nature Physics 18, 1161-1170 (2022)

L.B. Pártay, E.G. Teich, and R.K. Cersonsky, Not yet defect-free: the current landscape for women in computational materials research, npj Computational Materials 9, 98 (2023)

Marc Tetel

Professor of Neuroscience


Acharya, K.D., Graham, M., *Raman, H., *Parakoyi, A.E.R., *Corcoran, A., Belete, M., Ramaswamy, B., Koul, S., Sachar, I., Derendorf, K., Wilmer, J.B., Gottipati, S., and Tetel, M.J. Estradiol-mediated protection against high-fat diet induced anxiety and obesity is associated with changes in the gut microbiota in female mice, Scientific Reports, 13, 1-17, 2023.

Acharya, K.D., Friedline, R.H., Ward, D.V., Graham, M.E., Tauer, L., Zheng, D., Hu, X., de Vos, W.M., McCormick, B.A., Kim, J.K., and Tetel, M.J. Differential effects of Akkermansia-enriched fecal microbiota transplant on energy balance in female mice on high-fat diet., Frontiers in Endocrinology, 1-17, 2022.

Acharya, K.D., *Parakoyi, A.E.R. and Tetel, M.J. Endocrine disruption and the gut microbiome. In: Endocrine Disruption and Human Health. (Ed. Darbre, P. D.), Reading UK, Elsevier/Academic Press, 2nd Edition, pp. 356-379, 2022.

Brian Tjaden

Professor of Computer Science


Jagodnik, J., Tjaden, B., Ross, W., and Gourse, R.L. Identification and characterization of RNA binding sites for (p)ppGpp using RNA-DRaCALA. Nucleic Acids Research, 51(2):852-869, 2023.

Tjaden, B. Escherichia coli transcriptome assembly from a compendium of RNA-seq data sets. RNA Biology, 20(1):77-84, 2023.

Ann Trenk

Professor in Mathematics


The distinguishing number and distinguishing chromatic number for posets (with K. Collins), ORDER, Vol. 39 (3), 361--380 (2022).

Product throttling for power domination (with S.E. Anderson, K.L. Collins, D. Ferrero, L. Hogben, C. Meyer, and S. Walker), Australasian Journal of Combinatorics, Vol 85, 248-272 (2023).

Wendy Wang

Associate Professor of Mathematics


Qing Wang and Xizhen Cai (2023). Online Repository for Facilitating Teaching and Learning of Undergraduate Statistical Modeling Tools. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’23), Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Valencia, Spain. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4995/HEAd23.2023.16045

Qing Wang and Xizhen Cai (2023). Active-Learning Class Activities and Shiny Applications for Teaching Support Vector Classifiers, Journal of Statistics and Data Science Education.
DOI: 10.1080/26939169.2023.2231065

Sara Wasserman

Assistant Professor in Neuroscience


Daniela Limbania, Grace Turner, and Sara Wasserman (2023). Dehydrated Drosophila melanogaster track a water plume in tethered flight. iScience. 26(3): 106266.

Catherine Wearing

Associate Professor of Philosophy


C. Wearing 2022. Allegory, Metaphor, and Analogy. in Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 202, pg. 66-79.

Ellen B Widmer

Professor of Chinese Studies & Professor of East Asian Studies


Nan Nu 25(2023), 47-71

“A Source from Afar: Traces of Sarah K. Bolton’s Lives of Girls Who Became Famous (1886) in Tang Baorong’s Huang Xiuqiu (1905-7).”

Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (2023) 10(1) 11-29

“Beyond the Inner Chambers: Xu Zhaohua and Her Teacher Mao Qiling.”