Goucher faculty have a well-earned reputation as great teachers and mentors, but they are also incredibly active in scholarship and creative endeavors. Below you will find a list of just some of the recent publications, presentations, performances, and exhibits of our talented faculty.
Awards, Grants, & Fellowships
Dawley, Evan. 2020. Center for Chinese Studies Research Grant, National Central Library and Ministry of Education, Taiwan.
Duncan, Ann W. 2018-2021. Periclean Faculty Leadership Fellowship, Project Pericles, New York City, NY.
McCabe, Jennifer. 2019. Fall Class of Fellows. The Psychonomic Society.
Moulton, Katie. 2020. Fellowship to the MacDowell Artist Colony.
Poliakoff-Chen, Phaye. 2020. Visiting Artist Residency program at the 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica, CA.
Wells, Juliette. 2019-2020. Jane Austen Society of North America Traveling Lecturer, Eastern Region.
Bell, Madison Smartt. 2020. Child of Light: A Biography of Robert Stone. New York, NY: Doubleday.
Bell, Madison Smartt. 2020. The Eye You See With: Selected Nonfiction of Robert Stone. New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
Bell, Madison Smartt. 2020. Robert Stone: Dog Soldiers, A Flag for Sunrise, Outerbridge Reach. New York, NY: Library of America.
Cottle, Katherine. 2019. The Hidden Heart of Charm City: Baltimore Letters and Lives. Baltimore, MD: Apprentice House/Loyola University Maryland.
Higbee, Will, Florence Martin, and Jamal Bahmad. 2020. Moroccan Cinema Uncut: Decentred Voices, Transnational Perspectives. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press.
O'Byrne, Anne and Shuster, Martin. 2020. Logics of Genocide: The Structures of Violence and the Contemporary World. London, UK: Routledge.
Bess, Jennifer. 2019. "Self-Fashioning for Survivance: Akimel O'odham Story and History in the Hispanic and Early American Periods." Journal of the Southwest 61(4):725-64.
Billo, Emily. 2019. “Gendering Indigenous Subjects: An Institutional Ethnography of Corporate Social Responsibility in Ecuador.” Gender, Place & Culture DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2019.1650723
Billo, Emily. 2020. “Building solidarities: Methodological dilemmas and progressive politics in Intag, Ecuador” Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space DOI: 10.1177/2514848620907470 contribution to a special issue Extraction, Entanglements, and (Im)materialities: Reflections on the Methods and Methodologies of Natural Resource Industries Fieldwork (A. Johnson and A. Zalik, editors).
Billo, Emily. 2020. “Patriarchy and Progressive Politics: Gendered Resistance to Mining through Everyday Social Relations of State Formation in Intag, Ecuador.”Human Geography DOI: 10.1177/1942778620910895.
Cottle, Katherine. 2019. "Literary and Physical Sanctuary: Letters by H. L. Mencken and Sara Haardt." Menckeniana: a magazine about all things H. L. Mencken/Enoch Pratt Free Library 224:24-31.
Dawley, Evan N., and James Lin, eds. 2020. "Teaching Taiwan." American Journal of Chinese Studies 27(April):401-21.
Ingram, Mark. 2018. Review of Aesthetic Citizenship: Immigration and Theater in Twenty-First Century Paris, by Emine Fişek. MLN 133(5):1427-31.
Ingram, Mark. 2019. “An Anthropology of the Contemporary in France.” French Politics, Culture & Society 37(3):108-22.
Lee, Megan M., Jaspers, Veerle L.B., Gabrielsen, Geir W., Jenssen, Bjørn M., Ciesielski, Tomasz M., Mortensen, Åse-Karen, Lundgren, Silje S., and Courtney A. Waugh. 2020. "Evidence of Avian Influenza Virus in Seabirds Breeding on a Norwegian High-Arctic Archipelago." BMC Veterinary Research 16(48).
Morin, Cara E., Jason M. Hostetter, Jean Jeudy, Wendy G. Kim, Jennifer A. McCabe, Arnold C. Merrow, Alan M. Ropp, Narendra A. Shet, Amreet S.Sidhu, and Jane S. Kim S. 2019. "Spaced Radiology: Encouraging Durable Memory Using Spaced Testing in Pediatric Radiology." Pediatric Radiology 49: 990-999.
Mullaney, Jamie L. 2020. “A Year Then Forever: Personal Resolution Making and the Temporal Bridge of the Near Future.” Symbolic Interaction 43(2):332-55.
Ngoubene-Atioky, Arlette J., Lu Christopher, Muse Chantal, and Tokplo Laetitia (2020). The Influence of Intersectional Identities on the Employment Integration of Sub-Saharan African Women Immigrants in the US. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 18(1):75-94.
Oweidat, Lana. 2019. “Islamic Ethos: Examining Sources of Authority.” Humanities 8:4.
Scisco, Jenna L., Jennifer A. McCabe, Albee Mendoza, Marianne Fallon, and Melanie D. Rodriguez. 2019. "Strategies for Selecting, Managing, and Engaging Undergraduate Coauthors: A Multi-Site Perspective." Frontiers in Psychology. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00325
Smith, Chad, and Michael Lengefeld. 2019. "The Environmental Consequences of Asymmetric War: A Panel Study of Militarism and Carbon Emissions, 2000-2010."Armed Forces and Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/0095327X19832615
St. Ours, Kathryn. 2020. "How Mushy Are Mushers? A Study in (Narrative) Empathy." Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 27(1): 27–45.
Turner, Rory and Michael Mason . 2020. “The Origins of Legacy Admissions: A Sociological Explanation.” Journal of American Folklore. 133 (527): 81-105
Yarrish, Christina, Groshon, Laurie, Mitchell, Juliet Daisy, Appelbaum, Ashlyn, Klock, Samantha, Winternitz, Taylor, and Dara G. Friedman-Wheeler. 2019. "Finding the Signal in the Noise: Minimizing Responses from Bots and Inattentive Humans in Online Research." The Behavior Therapist 42(7):235-242.
Duncan, Ann W. 2019. "The Impossibility of Complacency: Scripture in the Life and Work of Jane Addams." Pp. 93-106 in American Philosophers Read Scripture, edited by J. L. Goodson. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Duncan, Ann W., and Jacob L. Goodson. 2019. "Immortal Eve? Locating Genesis 3 in Margaret Fuller's Woman in the 19th Century." Pp. 3-10 in American Philosophers Read Scripture, edited by J. L. Goodson. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Hooks, Greg, Michael R. Lengefeld, and Chad L. Smith. Forthcoming 2020. "Recasting the Treadmills of Production and Destruction: New Theoretical Directions." Sociology of Development.
Lengefeld, Michael, Greg Hooks, and Chad Smith. Forthcoming. 2020. "War and the Environment." In The International Handbook of Environmental Sociology, coedited by B. Caniglia, A. Jorgenson, S. Malin, L. Peek, and D. Pellow.
Turner, Rory. 2019. “Radical Critical Empathy and Cultural Sustainability” Pp. 32-42 in Cultural Sustainabilities: Music, Media, Language, Advocacy, edited by T. J. Cooley. Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Mora, Germán, and Lenna Blaser. 2020. "Effect of Catchment Lithology on Dissolved Inorganic Carbon Budgets in Suburban Streams of Baltimore, Maryland, During Rainfall Minima." Geosciences Journal 24:85-96.
Ahearn, Elizabeth. December 2019. Threads of Blue. Baltimore, MD.
Dawley, Evan. 2020. “Building and Fracturing the Local: Identities in Japanese-Era Urban Taiwan, 1910–37” for panel on “Belonging within the Japanese Empire: Identity Construction in Greater China across the 20th Century.” Annual Conference of the American Historical Association, January 5, New York, NY.
Duncan, Ann. 2020. "Curricula and Communities: Encouraging Students to Make a Difference.” AAC&U Conference, Washington, DC.
Duncan, Ann. 2019. "Radical Inclusion and Inevitable Exclusion in the Sacred Living Movement," Co-sponsored Session: Ritual Studies Unit and Women and Religion Unit, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, November, San Diego.
Grayman-Simpson, Nyasha, Josephine McKinley, and Zanabou Njie. 2019. "Integrating Case Study Method, Experiential Method, and Interpretative Phenomenological Method to Teach Psychology as a Human Science and Qualitative Research Methods for Psychology." American Psychological Association Division 5 Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology Conference, Boston, MA.
Johns, Elizabeth, and Welzenbach, Kristen. 2020. “The New Library Session: Forget the Library, Focus on Information.” First Year Experience Conference. Washington, D.C.
Moulton, Katie. 2020. "The Middle: Memory and Early-2000s Emo." Pop Conference, Museum of Pop Culture. Seattle, WA.
Oweidat. Lana. 2020. “Navigating Contested Spaces: An Antiracist Approach to Tutor Education.” Mid-Atlantic Writing Centers Association Conference. Towson, MD.
Sejour, KerriAnne, and Nyasha Grayman-Simpson. 2018. "The Power of Mentorship: Face Validity of Black Female Student-Faculty Mentor Relationships." Teachers College, Columbia University Winter Roundtable Conference. Theme: “Nevertheless, She Persisted: Power and Patriarchy in Psychology and Education.” New York, NY.
Turner, Rory. 2018. “The Craft of Communitas: The Baltimore Rhythm Festival as Liminal Space.” Liminality and the Cosmologies of Change, a workshop funded and organized through the Advanced Grant ERC project Egalitarianism: Forms, Processes, Comparisons, December 3, London, England.
Turner, Rory. 2019. “Emergent Intersubjectivities as Ontological Praxis in Ethnography and Education: the Case of Cultural Sustainability” paper delivered at American Educational Studies Conference, November 3, Baltimore, MD.
Wells, Juliette. 2020. "A Labor of Love and Friendship: Alberta H. Burke, Averil Hassall, and the Building of a Transatlantic Austen Collection." Washington Area Group for Print Culture Studies, Library of Congress, March 6, Washington, DC.
Wells, Juliette. 2019. "'Pride and Prejudice and Other Material Relating to Jane Austen': Highlights of Alberta H. Burke’s Peerless Collection." Jane Austen Symposium, Peabody Conservatory, November 23, Baltimore, MD.
Wells, Juliette. 2019. "Publishing Northanger Abbey: A History in Documents." Jane Austen Society of North American annual conference, October 5, Williamsburg, VA.
Wells, Juliette. 2020. "Publishing Northanger Abbey: A History in Documents." Jane Austen Society of North America New Jersey region, Princeton Public Library, February 16, Princeton, NJ.
Wells, Juliette. 2020. "Writers Cribs! Jane Austen and the Resilient Mind: Reading Emma Today." Enoch Pratt Free Library, April 23, Baltimore, MD.
Cottle, Katherine. 2019. "The Delta Blues." Tipton Poetry Journal Summer 2019 (42):19-20.
Cresiski Robin H., and Jenny R. Lenkowski. 2020. "Using Zebrafish in a Developmental Biology Lab Course to Explore Interactions
between Development and the Environment."
Dawley, Evan, and Wayne Soon. "How Taiwan's History Illuminates the 2020 Election." The Diplomat, https://thediplomat.com/2020/01/how-taiwans-history-illuminates-the-2020-election/?fbclid=IwAR2WMqRVC63BiRK2Bzr8pslMK6U9gm7SdXrz_aP3gnMd10ldbF4uePw_9Jc, January 24, 2020.
Hioe, Brian, Evan Dawley, Margaret Lewis, Ming-sho Ho, and Lev Nachmann. "What's Next for Taiwan? A ChinaFile Conversation." ChinaFile, https://www.chinafile.com/conversation/whats-next-taiwan. December 30, 2019.
Johns, Elizabeth. 2020. Reference Services Review. Appointed to Assistant Editor of the journal.
Lewis, Leslie. 2019. Invited Talk. “Liberatory Education: Creating Space for Inclusive Pedagogy.” Difficult Dialogues Lecture Series, November, Ithaca College.
Lewis, Leslie. 2019. Invited Talk, “Liberatory Education,” The Annual Great Ideas Lecture. St. Thomas University, October, New Brunswick, Canada.
- April 12, 2021
The six faculty members are distinguished in their fields of study and recognized for their outstanding scholarly and teaching achievements.
- Image associated with "Associate Professor Nyasha Grayman-Simpson on African American mental health post-election"November 10, 2020
Associate Professor Nyasha Grayman-Simpson was interviewed on the radio program Revolutionary African Perspectives, on WRFG in Atlanta, where she discussed post-election African American mental health. Grayman-Simpson is the Henry S. Dulaney Professor at Goucher College.
- March 3, 2020
The New York Times ran an in-depth review of “Child of Light,” the new work of nonfiction by Professor of English Madison Smartt Bell. The book is a biography of the writer Robert Stone. According to the Times, “‘Child of Light’ is a sensitive and thorough biography...This is one of those rare biographies in which you don’t feel like skimming the first 35 pages.”
- June 4, 2019
Americans for the Arts announced that Margie Reese, executive director of the Wichita Falls Alliance for Arts and Culture, will be honored with the Selina Roberts Ottum Award.
- February 22, 2019
Professor Justine Chasmar earned two awards for research that asks how quantitative reasoning centers can improve student tutoring and overall learning in quantitative fields.