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Conference Papers, Lectures, Readings, Talks, Workshops

The following professional accomplishments represent work done in 2010. Click on faculty names to view individual profiles.

Katherine A. Adelsberger
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies

  • Adelsberger, K. A., Fatkin, Danielle S., Porter, Benjamin W., Routledge, Bruce, "Geoarchaeology at Dhiban: Research Potentials of a Multiperiod Site in Central Jordan." Paper. 75th Annual Society for American Archaeology meeting, St. Louis, Missouri. (2010)
  • Adelsberger, K. A., Routledge, Bruce, Porter, Benjamin W., Fatkin, Danielle S. and Wilson, Andrew. "Identification of Occupational Contexts at Tall Dhiban, Jordan." Published Abstract Presentation. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 42. N.7, p. 153. National meeting, Denver, CO. (2010)
  • Fatkin, Danielle S. and Adelsberger, K. A. "The 2010 Excavations at Dhiban, Jordan." 2010-2011 lecture series of the American Institute of Archaeology, Western Illinois Society, Monmouth College. ( 2010)

Caesar Akuetey
Professor of Modern Languages

  • Advanced Placement Reader (French) in Cincinnati, OH. (2010)

Emily R. Anderson
Associate Professor of English

  • "Welcome to the Narrative: Todd Solondz, Irony, and the Cinematic Narrator." Paper, International Conference on Narrative. Cleveland, OH. (2010)
  • "'So Authoritative a Tone': Austen, Irony, and Adaptation." Paper, National Popular Culture & American Culture Associations‟ Annual Conference.. St. Louis, MO. (2010)

Diana Beck
Professor of Educational Studies

  • Beck, D.L., Schroth, S.T. "Culturally Responsive Teaching: Empowering Navajo Children in the Classroom." Paper. National Association for Multicultural Education, Las Vegas, NV. ( 2010).
  • Schroth, S.T., Beck, D.L., Gonshorek, D.O., & Lanfair, J.K. "Knox College Icons and Iconoclasts." Poster Session, Jefferson Scholars Foundation 2010 Biannual Forum for Interdisciplinary Dialogue. Charlottesville, VA. (2010)

Monica Berlin
Associate Professor of English

  • Reading, Kalamazoo Center for the Book/ Third Coast 15th Anniversary Reception, Kalamazoo, MI. (2010)
  • Reading, The Book Cellar / Fifth Wednesday Journal. Reading. Chicago, IL (2010)

Neil Blackadder
Professor of Theatre

  • "De la page au plateau: Traduire le théâtre." Panelist with playwright Lukas Bärfuss. Lausanne, Switzerland. (2010)
  • "Directors and translators: a dialog." Panelist. American Literary Translators Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA. (2010)

David P. Bunde
Assistant Professor of Computer Science

  • "Faster High-Quality Processor Allocation." Paper., 6th International Workshop on Scheduling and Resource Management for Parallel and Distributed Systems. San Diego, CA. ( 2010)

Elizabeth Carlin-Metz
Professor of Theatre

  • "The Neuroscience of Acting." Paper. Associated Colleges of the Midwest Performance Educator‟s Conference, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA (2010)

Diana Cermak
Associate Professor of Chemistry

  • "What's up with . . ." Discovery Depot Children's Museum. Along with 6 Knox students, 3 demonstrations and hands-on activities. ( 2010)

Andrew J.W. Civettini
Assistant Professor of Political Science

  • Participant, International Workshop on Statistical Genetics and Methodology of Twin and Family Studies. Participant. Institute for Behavioral Genetics, Boulder, CO. (2010)
  • "Too Negative? An Experimental Evaluation of the Effects of Repeated Exposure to Negative Campaign Advertisements on Candidate Evaluations." Paper. Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. (2010)
  • Chair. Panel on The Role of Emotions in Politics. Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL. (2010)
  • "Participant, New Perspectives from the Lab, the Field, and the Classroom." National Science Foundation Conference on Politics Experiments. University of Virginia. (2010)
  • "Election 2010: Why Do Voters Vote the Way they Do?" Invited Lecture. Congress in the Classroom, Dirksen Congressional Research Center, East Peoria, IL. (2010)
  • "An Agenda for Political Hope." Paper, International Society of Political Psychology 33rd Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. (2010)
  • Chair and Discussant, "The Conditional Effects of Persuasion." International Society of Political Psychology 33rd Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. (2010)
  • "Participant, Genetics Research Training for Political Scientists." Virginia Institute for Psychiatry and Behavioral Genetics, Richmond, VA. (2010)

Jeremy Day-O'Connell
Assistant Professor of Music

  • "Minor Third, Who: The Intonation of the Knock-Knock Joke." Paper, Fifth International Speech Prosody Conference. Chicago. (2010)

Sarah Day-O'Connell
Assistant Professor of Music

  • "Lost in the Past, Disregarding Tomorrow: Journeys and Destinations of Haydn's, The Wanderer". Invited Lecturer. Works-in-Progress Series, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, Scotland (2010)

Catherine Denial
Assistant Professor of History

  • "The Digital Early Republic." Roundtable Participant. Society for Historians of the Early American Republic Annual Meeting. Rochester, New York. (2010)
  • "To Calm The Sterner Passions of Man: Women, Politics, and the History of Marriage in the United States." Keynote Speaker. Women‟s History Month Celebration. Carl Sandburg Community College, Galesburg, IL (2010)

John F. Dooley
Professor of Computer Science

  • "The SIGCSE (Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education) Submission and Review Software: 10 (Hexadecimal) Lessons." Presentation. With Henry Walker (Grinnell College) Sixteenth Annual Consortium for Computing in Small Colleges - Central Plains Conference. (2010)
  • "¿Era "Mi mensaje:" su mensaje?," With David Naccache (ENS, France). Invited presentation, Codebreakers 2010: A Celebration of the 80th Birthday of David Kahn, University of Luxembourg. (2010)

Linda K. Dybas
Watson Bartlett Professor of Biology

  • "Careers in Science." Panel. Midstates Science and Mathematics Consortium Undergraduate Research Symposium in Biological Sciences and Psychology. University of Chicago. (2010)

Gail M. Ferguson
Assistant Professor of Psychology

  • Ferguson, G.M., Bornstein, M.H., & Pottinger, A.M. Paper, "Remote Acculturation: The 'Americanization' of Native Jamaican Adolsescents and their Mothers." In symposium An Ecological Systems Theory Approach to Child and Adolescent Development. 21st Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development (ISSBD). Lusaka, Zambia. (2010)
  • Ferguson, G.M., Bornstein, M.H. "Acculturation and Adaption of Jamaican Immigrant Families in the U.S." Poster. 21st Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development (ISSBD). Lusaka, Zambia. (2010)
  • Ferguson, G.M., Bakken, J.P., Nguyen, J. Paper, "It Takes Two to Tango: Parent-Adolescent Interactions Regarding Family and Peer Involvement Across Three Cultures." (also session chair) Symposium at the Society for Research in Adolescence Biennial Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. (2010)
  • "Relational Discrepancies in Jamaican Families: Consequences of Parent-Adolescent Differences in Prioritizing Family Versus Friends." Paper, Symposium at the Society for Research in Adolescence Biennial Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. (2010)

Claudia R. Fernandez
Assistant Professor Modern Language and Literatures-Spanish

  • "Improving Oral Language Development through Constructive Repetition Tasks in the Classroom." Roundtable presentation, Let's Talk: Methods for Teaching/Improving
  • Conversation in the Second Language. Northeastern Modern Language Association Conference. Quebec. (2010)

Ryan C. Fowler
Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics

  • "The Employment of Philosophy in Early Christianity." Invited Lecture. Hendrix College (2010)
  • "Plato's Apology, Socrates, and Legal Formulae." Lecture. Sunoikisis Seminar (2010)
  • "ASCSA and Summer Opportunities for Study." Paper, Illinois Classical Conference. (2010)
  • "Oracles and the Composition of Herodotus 1." Paper. CAMWS (Classical Association of the Middle West and South. Minneapolis, MN (2009) (not previously reported)

Fernando Gómez
Assistant Professor Modern Languages and Literatures-Spanish

  • "Tales of Pilgrimage and Purgatory: St. Patrick in the Golden-Age Literature of Spain." Paper, Sixteenth Century Society and Conference. Montreal, Canada. (2010)

Jeff Grace
Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre

  • "Coming Out at the Caffe Cino: Staging Lanford Wilson‟s The Madness of Lady Bright." Mid-American Theatre Conference. Cleveland, OH. (2010)

Lori Schroeder Haslem
Associate Dean of the College/Professor of English

  • "Monsters and Marvels: Strange Creatures of the Renaissance." Talk. One in series of talks related to exhibit entitles, "Harry Potter‟s World: Renaissance Science, Magic and Medicine," organized by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. Galesburg Public Library.(2010)

Todd Heidt
Visiting Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures-German

  • "Brecht, Pabst and Media." Papaer. German Studies Association, Oakland, CA. (2010)

Jason Helfer
Associate Professor of Educational Studies

  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A.. Gonshorek, D.O., and Lanfair, J.K. Paper, "Art and Music Educators' Beliefs Regarding Talent Development of Artistically Gifted Children." Tenth Biennial Wallace Research Symposium. Iowa City, IA. (2010)
  • Schroth, S.T. , Helfer, J.A., Gonshorek, D.O. and Lanfair, J.K. Paper, "Preparing Diverse Teachers to Teach Diverse Gifted Children." Tenth Biennial Wallace Research Symposium. Iowa City, IA. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Helfer, J. A., and Gonshorek, D. O. Paper, "Puncturing Perfectionism: Allowing Achievement." Illinois Association for Gifted Children, Chicago, IL. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Helfer, J. A., and Gonshorek, D. O. "Using Auditory Thinking Strategies with Gifted Children." Paper, Illinois Association for Gifted Children, Chicago, IL. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Gonshorek, D. O., and Helfer, J. A. "Lazy, Goof-Off, or Genius? Underachieving Gifted Students." Paper, Illinois Association for Gifted Children, Chicago, IL. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Gonshorek, D. O., and Helfer, J. A. "Painting Reality: Enriching Reading Instruction with Visual Art." Paper, Illinois Association for Gifted Children, Chicago, IL. (2010)

Heather Hoffmann
Professor of Psychology

  • "Learning Processes and Sexual Preference." Invited Presentation. The Puzzle of Sexual Orientation Workshop: What Is It and How Does It Work? University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. (2010)
  • "Sexual Conditioning and Awareness." Invited Symposium Speaker. International Academy of Sex Research, Prague, Czech Republic. (2010)

Mark Holmes
Associate Professor of Art

  • Visiting Artist and Juror at Hope College, Holland, Michigan. (Nov. 2010)

Karen Kampwirth
Professor of Political Science and International Relations

  • "What a "Real" Left Could Be: The Complicated Relationship between Sandinismo and Feminismo in Contemporary Nicaragua." Paper. 2010 Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Toronto, Canada. (2010)

Tim Kasser
Professor of Psychology

  • "A Revolution of Values: Psychological Research on Materialism and its Alternatives." Paper. Schumaker College and Transition Town Totnes. Totnes, England. (2010)
  • "Capitalism, Values, and Quality of Life: An Empirical, Psychological Approach." Paper. University of Iowa Sociology Department (2010)
  • "Values, Quality of Life, and Christmas." Virtual Talk/Panel. The Future of Consumerism, sponsored by the Los Angeles design firm Continuum. (2010)
  • "A Revolution of Values: Psychological Research on Materialism and Its Alternatives." Paper. College of Communication and the Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin. (2010)
  • "Capitalism, Values, and Children‟s Well-Being: A Psychological Approach." Keynote Lecture. Activism and Spirituality conference, St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Austin, TX. (2010)
  • "Human Identity and Environmental Challenges." Virtual Talk. Solutions Seminar Series, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont. (2010)
  • "Consumerism, Values, and Quality of Life: A Psychological Approach." Presentation. Continuum Design Firm, Boston, MA. (2010)
  • "Materialistic Values and Children‟s Quality of Life." Keynote Talk. Campaign for a Commercial-free Childhood's Bi-Annual Summit, Boston, MA. (2010)
  • "Obstacles to Healthy Self-Development in Consumer Capitalistic Cultures." Virtual Talk. Pszinapszis, Psychology Days. Budapest, Hungary. (2010)
  • "A Revolution of Values: Psychological Research on Materialism and Its Alternatives." Invited Presentation. Psychology Days, Bradley University, Peoria, IL. (2010)
  • "Values and Campaigning." Virtual Talk. Oxfam-GB Directors and Senior Staff meeting. (2010)
  • Chaired the meeting "The Role of Psychology in Environmental Campaigning and Activism" in Washington, DC. Two Presentations. Human Identity and Environmental Challenges and Materialistic Values and Environmental Challenges. (2010)
  • "Values, Time and Quality of Life: A View from Psychology." Invited Talk. Conference on Balanced Lives: Best Policies for the New Economy, sponsored by the Public Policy Center at the University of Iowa, IA. (2010)
  • "A Revolution of Values: Psychological Research on Materialism and its Alternatives." Invited Talk. University of Oslo, Norway. (2010)
  • "Human Identity and Environmental Challenges." Invited Talk. MILEN International Conference on visions and strategies to address sustainable energy and climate change. University of Oslo, Norway. (2010)
  • "Values and Campaigning." Keynote Speaker. Common Cause Workshop in London, sponsored by a group of environmental and development NGOs, including WWF-UK and Oxfam. (2010)

Sonja E. Klocke
Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures- German

  • "(Ver-)störungen: Krankheit, Kontrollverlust and Kommunikationsstörung in Kathrin Schmidts Du stirbst nicht." Paper. German Studies Association Annual Conference. Oakland, CA. (2010)
  • "Erinnerung, Kontinuität und Distanz: Zur Problematik von performativem Bruch und Sehnsucht nach historischer Verankerung in Familienstrukturen am Beispiel von Kathrin Schmidts Romanen." Paper. XII. Kongress der IVG: Vielheit und Einheit der Germanistik weltweit. Warschau, Poland. (2010)
  • "Figurationen der Störung in Juli Zehs Corpus Delicti." Paper. Wissenschaftliche Tagung auf Schloss Rauischholzhausen: Perturbationen oder Das "Prinzip Störung" in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften: Hybridisierung, Grenzräume, Figurationen der Störung. (2010)
  • "(with Barbara Kosta) Cinematic Journeys." Co-Organizer and Moderator of Guest-Related Panel (Ulrike Ottinger). Women in German Annual Conference. Augusta, MI. (2010)
  • "Race, Apes, and Cosmopolitanism: Constructing Difference in the Discourse of Bildung in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries." Moderator. German Studies Association Annual Conference. Oakland, CA. (2010)

Laura L. Lane
Professor of Music; Director of Choirs

  • Clinician, Christ Church of Oak Brook Choral Festival, Oak Brook, IL (2009) (not
    previously reported)
  • Clinician, SLUH Choral Clinic. St. Louis University High. (2010)
  • Clinician with Knox College Choir as "Demonstration Choir", Illinois Music Educators Association. (2010)

Sherry C. M. Lindquist
Visiting Professor of Art History

  • "Sculptural Innovation at the Court of Burgundy: Artists, Patrons and Imagery." Invited Lecture. Dallas Museum of Art. (2010)
  • "Monastic Orders and the Religious Context of the Chartreuse de Champmol for "Majesty, Memory, and Mourning in the Late Middle Ages." Invited Lecture. University of Texas, Dallas. (2010)
  • "Artistic Innovation in Sculpture and the Status of Artists at the Court of Burgundy." Invited Lecture. Sunday-at-the-Met series. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City (2010)
  • "Gender, for Key Concepts in Medieval Art History (A Roundtable)." Paper. 45th International Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI. (2010)

Frank T. McAndrew
Cornelia H. Dudley Professor of Psychology

  • McAndrew, F.T., & Perilloux, C. "Who Becomes a Hero and What Happens to Them? A Study of Self-Sacrificial Behavior in Small Female Groups." Paper. Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Eugene, OR. (June 2010)

Andrew F. Mehl
Professor of Chemistry

  • Andrew Mehl, Zohair Ahmed, Nalin U.G. and Aaron Wells. Poster, "Probing Dimer Interface Surface Requirements via Internal Deletion Mutations within the GrpE Protein." Poster, 23rd Symposium of the Protein Society. (2009) (not previously reported)

James Mountjoy
Associate Professor of Biology

  • "Rapid Repertoire Turnover in Red-eyed Vireos." Mountjoy, D. James, Scholl, Jacob D., and Badger, E. Laine. Paper. Annual meeting of the Association of Field Ornithologists, Ogden, Utah. (2010)
  • "Old Birds, New Tricks? Song Complexity and Song Learning in Passerine Birds." Invited Presentation. Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL. (2010)

Park, Young-A
Assistant Professor of Anthropology/Sociology

  • "North Korean Transmigrant Identity in South Korea." Presentation. Korea Studies Workshop at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. (2010)
  • "North Korean Migrant Identity in Postnationalist, Neoliberal South Korea." Paper. Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. (2010)

Esther Penick
Assistant Professor of Biology

  • "Acute Effects of 17-beta estradiol on the Nucleus Accumbens in Young Rats." Abstract. Society for Neuroscience 36th annual meeting. San Diego, CA. (2010)

Antonio Prado
Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures - Spanish

  • "La vanguardia cinematográfica del anarquismo español (1936-1939): medios y mediaciones en lucha." Paper. IV Congreso Internacional de la Sociedad Española de los Estudios Populares de Cultura Popular. Palma de Mallorca, Spain. (Oct. 2010)

Stephen Schroth
Assistant Professor of Educational Studies

  • Schroth, S. T., and Gonshorek, D. O. "Using Music to Build Creative & Divergent Thinking: Auditory Thinking Strategies." Paper. National Association for Gifted Children, Atlanta, GA. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Gonshorek, D. O., and Lanfair, J. K. "They Know it When They See it: Or Do They? Educator Perceptions of Giftedness." Paper. National Association for Gifted Children, Atlanta, GA. (2010)
  • Gonshorek, D. O., Schroth, S. T., and Lanfair, J. K. "Maestro! Maestro! Using Technology to Assist Gifted Children‟s Musical Development." Paper. National Association for Gifted Children, Atlanta, GA. (2010)
  • Beck, D. L., Schroth, S. T., Gonshorek, D. O., and Lanfair, J. K. "Culturally Responsive Teaching: Empowering Navajo Children in the Classroom." Paper. National Association for Multicultural Education, Las Vegas, NV. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., and Gonshorek, D. O. "Risk & Resilience: Building Leadership Capacity in Gifted Children." Paper. Wisconsin Association for the Talented and Gifted, Sheboygan, WI. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Beck, D. L., Helfer, J. A., Gonshorek, D. O., and Lanfair, J. K. "Knox College Icons & Iconoclasts." Paper. Jefferson Scholars Foundation 2010 Biannual Forum for Interdisciplinary Dialogue, Charlottesville, VA. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Helfer, J. A., Gonshorek, D. O., and Lanfair, J. K. "Art and Music Educators‟ Beliefs Regarding Talent Development of Artistically Gifted Children." Paper. Tenth Biennial Wallace Research Symposium, Iowa City, IA. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Helfer, J. A., Gonshorek, D. O., and Lanfair, J. K. "Preparing Diverse Teachers to Teach Diverse Gifted Children." Paper. Tenth Biennial Wallace Research Symposium, Iowa City, IA. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Helfer, J. A., and Gonshorek, D. O. "Puncturing Perfectionism: Allowing Achievement." Paper. Illinois Association for Gifted Children, Chicago, IL. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Helfer, J. A., and Gonshorek, D. O. "Using Auditory Thinking Strategies with Gifted Children." Paper. Illinois Association for Gifted Children, Chicago, IL. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Gonshorek, D. O., and Helfer, J. A. "Lazy, Goof-Off, or Genius? Underachieving Gifted Students." Paper. Illinois Association for Gifted Children, Chicago, IL. (2010)
  • Schroth, S. T., Gonshorek, D. O., and Helfer, J. A. "Painting Reality: Enriching Reading Instruction with Visual Art." Paper. Illinois Association for Gifted Children, Chicago, IL. (2010)
  • "Writer's Workshop: Building Literacy in the Elementary School." Paper. Navajo Lutheran Mission School. Rock Point, AZ. (2010)
  • "Six-Trait Writing Instruction and Assessment." Paper. Navajo Lutheran Mission School. Rock Point, AZ. (2010)

Carol R. Scotton
Assistant Professor of Economics and of Business and Management

  • "Evidence on the Sensitivity of „Value of a Statistical Life‟ Estimates to Fatality Risk Measures." Presentation. Southern Economic Association. Atlanta, GA., and Western Economic Association International Conference. Portland, OR (2010)
  • "Underlying Biases in Constructing Fatal Workplace Risk Rates." Presentation. Midwest Economics Association Conference. Evanston, IL. (2010)

Emre Sencer
Assistant Professor of History

  • "Enemy in the East: Geman Military Vision of Czechoslovakia, Poland, and the Soviet Union in the Late 1930's." Presentation. German Studies Association Conference. Oakland, CA. (2010)

Mark Shroyer
Assistant Professor of Physics

  • "What‟s up with Astronomy?" Talks. "What‟s up with . . ." series. Discovery Depot Children‟s Museum. Galesburg, IL. (2010)

Jennifer Smith
Associate Professor of Theatre-Dance

  • The Neutral Mask: An Approach to Kinesthetic Re-education." Workshop Presentation. National Dance Education Organization, Phoenix, AZ. (2010)
  • "Creating Fusion - The Art of Collaboration." Co-Presented Panel Discussion. World Dance Alliance, New York, NY. (2010)

Lane V. Sunderland
Chancie Ferris Booth Professor of Political Science

  • "The Modesty and Immodesty of Justice Breyer‟s Jurisprudence." Paper. Northeastern Political Science Association. Boston, MA. (2010)

Barbara Tannert-Smith
Associate Professor of English

  • "The Mother/Daughter Plot Enters the Twilight Zone." Paper, Children‟s Literature Association Conference, Ann Arbor, MI. (2010)

Jennifer Templeton
Associate Professor of Biology

  • Templeton, J.J., Stoune, J. & Thorn, J.M. "Personality is Related to Performance by Family-Owned Dogs in a Human-Cued Task." Poster. Association of Pet Dog Trainers Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia. (2010)
  • Butzen, C., Byerly, H., & Templeton, J.J. "Personality and Age Affect the Ability to Interpret Human-Given Social Cues in Bottlenose Dolphins: A Preliminary Analysis." Poster. Animal Behavior Society Meeting, Williamsburg, VA. (2010)
  • Templeton, J.J., Stoune, J. & Thorn, J.M. "Personality is Related to Performance by Family-Owned Dogs in a Human-Cued Task." Poster. Canine Science Forum II, Vienna, Austria. (2010)

Judith M. Thorn
Associate Professor of Biology

  • Templeton, J.J., Stoune, J. & Thorn, J.M. "Personality is Related to Performance by Family-Owned Dogs in a Human-Cued Task." Poster. Canine Science Forum II, Vienna, Austria. (2010)
  • Thorne, J.M., & Stoune, J.A. "Examining the Relationship Between Domestic Dog Behavior and Human Attachment - Differences Between Pure and Mixed Breed Dogs." Poster. Canine Science Form II. Vienna, Austria (2010)
  • Thorn, J.M., Roy, L.E., Jezuit, E.A., Brittingham, J.W. "Humanoids: A Creative Application Project for Developmental Biology Courses." Poster.10th Bologna Conference of Magnetic Resonance in Porous Media.. Leipzig, Germany

James H. Thrall
Knight Distinguished Assistant Professor of Religion and Culture

  • "Women, Spirits, and Postcolonial Speculation in Nalo Hopkinson's The Salt Roads." Paper. Arts, Literature, and Religion Section, American Academy of Religion, Atlanta, GA. (2010)
  • "Multicultural Identity in Religion and the Arts." Moderator. Panel on Arts, Literature, and Religion, American Academy of Religion, Atlanta. (2010)
  • "Religion Counts: Demographic Technologies and the Politics of Secularism." Organizer, Panel Moderator, and Discussion Leader. Religion and Media Workshop, American Academy of Religion and Auburn Media, Atlanta, GA. (2010)
  • "Song of the Other: Kon Ichikawa‟s Biruma no Tategoto (The Burmese Harp)," Paper. Film and Religion Section, International Society of Religion, Literature and Culture, St. Catherine‟s College, Oxford University, UK. (2010)
  • "Gods and God: Frontiers of Religion on Caprica." Paper. Science Fiction Research Association, Carefree, AZ. (2010)
  • Moderator, Panel on Science Fiction Film. Science Fiction Research Association, Carefree, AZ. (2010)
  • Panelist, Year in Review: Science Fiction on Film Panel. Science Fiction Research Association, Carefree, AZ. (2010)
  • Panelist, Roundtable on Teaching Science Fiction. Science Fiction Research Association, Carefree, AZ. (2010)

Daniel Wack
Assistant Professor of Philosophy

  • "How to Do Things with Medium in Art Criticism." Paper. The New School for Social Research. New York. (2010)
  • "Genealogy of the Gangster." Paper. Université de Quebec á Montréal. Kinosophilia Conference. (2010)

Jon Wagner
Professor of Anthropology/Sociology

  • "Organizer and chair, Beyond Stones and Bones: Emerging Paradigmatic Complexity in the Study of Hominid Sociality." Central States Anthropological Society meetings. Madison, WI.. (2010)
  • "Panel chair, Issues and Applications in Biological Anthropology." Central States Anthropological Society meetings. Madison, WI. (2010)
  • "Emotion, Hominid Hypersociality, and the Evolution of Warfare, or, Looking for the Roots of War in All the Wrong Places." Paper. Central States Anthropological Society. Madison, WI. (2010)
  • "Paean to Big Brick: Bishop Hill Architecture and the Commitment to Communalism." Paper. Annual Conference of the Communal Studies Association. New Harmony, IN. (2010)

Lawrence Welch
Clara A. Abbot Distinguished Professor of Chemistry

  • Orech, Tara K., Welch, Lawrence E., Cermak, Diana. "Analysis of Racemic Organic Acids by Chiral High Performance Liquid Chromatography." Presentation. 66th Southwest and 62nd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. New Orleans (2010)
  • Patterson, Sara S., DeGrand, Michael J., Abrams, M. Leigh, Jenkins, Judith L., and Welch, Lawrence E. Presentation. "Thermodynamics of Cobalt Complexation: Measuring Free Energy in the General Chemistry Laboratory." 66th Southwest and 62nd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society. New Orleans (2010.)

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