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CSSH Celebrates 2016 Intellectual Achievements

Photos of the honored faculty and staff

The College of Social Sciences and Humanities celebrated the publishing and research accomplishments of our faculty, the third annual CSSH Teaching Awards, and the second annual CSSH Outstanding Staff Awards on Thursday, April 20 at the 5th Annual CSSH Faculty and Staff Celebration.

Below is the list of faculty members from the range of our academic disciplines who the college honored for publishing a new monograph, editing an anthology, or receiving a major grant or fellowship in 2016. Chairs provided nominations in this process.

 

Faculty and Staff Celebration for 2016 Intellectual Achievements

Amílcar A. Barreto

Associate Professor, Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies; Director, MA Program in International Affairs

CO-AUTHOR

American Identity in the Age of Obama

Routledge

CO-AUTHOR: Richard L. O’Bryant

 

Anthony Braga

Distinguished Professor and Director, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

CO-AUTHOR

Place Matters: Criminology for the 21st Century

Cambridge University Press

CO-AUTHORS: David Weisburd, John E. Eck, Cody W. Telep, Breanne Cave et al.

 

Carlos Cuevas

Associate Professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

CO-EDITOR

The Wiley Handbook on the Psychology of Violence

Wiley-Blackwell

CO-EDITOR: Callie Marie Rennison

 

Theo Davis

Associate Professor, Department of English

AUTHOR

Ornamental Aesthetics: The Poetry of Attending in Thoreau, Dickinson, and Whitman

Oxford University Press

 

Elizabeth Maddock Dillon

Professor and Chair, Department of English; Co-Director, NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks

CO-EDITOR

The Haitian Revolution and the Early United States: Histories, Textualities, Geographies

University of Pennsylvania Press

CO-EDITOR: Michael Drexler

 

James Alan Fox

Lipman Family Professor of Criminology, Law, and Public Policy; School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

AUTHOR

Randomized Response and Related Methods: Surveying Sensitive Data Second Edition

SAGE Publications, Inc.

 

Lori Gardinier

Director and Teaching Professor, Human Services Program

AUTHOR

Service-Learning Through Community Engagement

Springer Publishing Company

 

Michael Handel

Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

CO-AUTHOR

Accounting for Mismatch in Low- and Middle-Income Countries:  Measurement, Magnitudes, and Explanations

World Bank Publications

CO-AUTHORS: Alexandria Valerio AND Maria Laura Sánchez Puerta

 

Tom Havens

Professor, Department of History

CO-EDITOR

Global Indigeneities and the Environment

Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute

CO-EDITOR: Karen Thornber

 

Timothy Hoff

Professor, School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and D’Amore-McKim School of Business

CO-EDITOR

The Healthcare Professional Workforce: Understanding Human Capital in a Changing Industry

Oxford University Press

CO-EDITORS: Kathleen M. Sutcliffe and Gary J. Young

 

Kathleen Coyne Kelly

Professor, Department of English

CO-AUTHOR

Chaucer on Screen: Absence, Presence, and Adapting the Canterbury Tales

Ohio State University Press

CO-AUTHOR: Tison Pugh

 

Jack Levin

Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

CO-AUTHOR

The Violence of Hate:  Understanding Harmful Forms of Bias and Bigotry Fourth Edition

Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

CO-AUTHOR: Jim Nolan

 

Doreen Lee

Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

AUTHOR

Activist Archives: Youth Culture and the Political Past in Indonesia

Duke University Press

 

Mary Loeffelholz

Professor, Department of English; Interim Dean, College of Professional Studies

AUTHOR

The Value of Emily Dickinson

Cambridge University Press

 

Kate Luongo

Associate Professor, Department of History

CO-AUTHOR

Obama and Kenya: Contested Histories and the Politics of Belonging

Ohio University Press

CO-AUTHOR: Matthew Carotenuto

 

William F.S. Miles

Professor, Department of Political Science

CO-EDITOR

In the Shadow of Moses: New Jewish Movements in Africa and the Diaspora

African Academic Press

CO-EDITORS: Daniel Lis and Tudor Parfitt

 

Serena Parekh

Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy and Religion

AUTHOR

Refugees and the Ethics of Forced Displacement

Routledge

 

Mya Poe

Assistant Professor, Department of English

CO-AUTHOR

Writing in Engineering: A Brief Guide

Oxford University Press

CO-AUTHOR: Robert Irish

 

Heather Streets-Salter

Chair and Associate Professor, Department of History

CO-AUTHOR

Empires and Colonies in the Modern World: A Global Perspective

Oxford University Press

CO-AUTHOR: Trevor R. Getz

 

Nina Sylvanus

Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

AUTHOR

Patterns in Circulation: Cloth, Gender, and Materiality in West Africa

University of Chicago Press

 

Steven Vallas

Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology

CO-AUTHOR

The SAGE Handbook of Resistance

SAGE Publications

CO-AUTHOR: David Courpasson

 

Daniel Noemi Voionmaa

Associate Professor of Cultures, Societies and Global Studies; Director, Latino/a, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies Program

AUTHOR

En Tiempo Fugitivo: Narrativa Latinoamericana Contemporánea

Universidad Alberto Hurtado Press: Santiago

 

Dov Waxman

Stotsky Professor of Jewish Historical and Cultural Studies, Department of Political Science, International Affairs Program, and Jewish Studies Program

AUTHOR

Trouble in the Tribe: The American Jewish Conflict Over Israel

Princeton University Press

 

Brandon Welsh

Professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

CO-AUTHOR

Juvenile Delinquency: The Core Fourth Edition

Wadsworth Publishing

 

CSSH Major Grants and Fellowships Awarded 2016

 

Anthony Braga

City of Oakland California

“Evaluation of Oakland Police Departments Operation Ceasefire Program”

Co-PIS: Jack McDevitt and Greg Zimmerman

 

Timothy S. Brown

American Council of Learned Societies

“The Greening of Cold War Germany: Environmentalism and Social Movements across the Wall and Beyond, 1968-1989”

 

Elizabeth Bucar

LUCE/ACLS

“Religion and Journalism in International Affairs”

CO-PI: Jonathan Kaufman

 

Dennis R. Cokely

Project GO — ROTC Language Program

“NU and ROTC Liberty Battalion Arabic and Chinese Language Acquisition Program”

CO-PI: Denis J. Sullivan

 

Candice Delmas

Dworkin-Balzan Fellowship

Center for Law and Philosophy at NYU

Research related to the mission of The Balzan Prize Research Project

 

Elizabeth Dillon and Tim Cresswell

National Endowment for the Humanities

“Space, Place and the Humanities”

 

Diana Doucette

U.S. Department of Education

“Regional Interpreter Education Center”

 

Amy Farrell

National Institute of Justice

“Capturing Human Trafficking Victimization through Crime Reporting”

CO-PIS:  Jack F. McDevitt, Carlos Cuevas and Glenn Pierce

 

Julia Flanders

National Endowment for the Humanities

“TEI and Humanities Pedagogy: Building TAPAS Classroom”

 

Stephen E. Flynn

Department of Homeland Security

“Behavior-Based Methods, Models, Training and Technologies to Enhance Community Resilience”

 

University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign

“Measuring and Rewarding Resilience”

 

University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign

“Resilience Governance”

 

David Lazer

Office of Naval Research

“Exploring Large Scale Networks and Unobservable Counterfactuals”

 

Katherine A. Luongo

U.S. Library of Congress

“Border-Crossing Beliefs: African Witchcraft in the Global Arena of Asylum”

 

Dan O’Brien

MacArthur Foundation

“Boston Area Research Initiative: Extending the New Urban Science”

 

Glenn L. Pierce

Department of Homeland Security

“Exploratory Methods Mapping (EMM) Algorithm Program for Translating Subject Matter Expertise to Machine Algorithms”

CO-PI: Kenneth John MacDonald

 

Matthias Ruth

Urban Studies Foundation

“Urban Studies Foundation: Postdoctoral Research Fellowship”

PI: Sanjeev Routray

CO-PI: Gavin Shatkin

 

Benjamin Schmidt

National Endowment for the Humanities

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

NEH-Mellon Fellowship for Digital Publication

 

Denis J. Sullivan

The Carnegie Corporation of New York

“Learning from Syria and the Balkans: Policy Development Related to Transnational Crises”

 

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