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The following professional accomplishments represent work done in 2008. Click on faculty names to view individual profiles.

Katherine A. Adelsberger
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies

  • Kidder, T.R., Adelsberger, K.A., Arco, L.J., Schilling, T.M., "Basin-scale Re-construction of the Geological Context of Human Settlement: An Example From the Lower Mississippi Valley, USA." Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 27, no. 11-12, p. 1255-1270 (2008).
  • Kieniewicz, J., Smith, J.R., Asmeron, Y., Adelsberger, K.A., "Terrestrial Con-straints on the Timing and Magnitude of Saharan Humid Phases." Eos Trans. AGU, v. 89, no. 53, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract PP23B-1476 (2008).
  • Adelsberger, K.A., Smith, J.R., "Accretionary Pavement Development and Landscape Stability on the Eastern Libyan Plateau, Egypt." Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 40, no. 6, p. 318 (2008).
  • Kieniewicz, J., Adelsberger, K.A., Smith, J.R., "Differentiating Lacustrine from Paludal Environments in Dakhleh Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt." Geological So-ciety of American Abstracts with Programs, v. 40, no. 6, p. 429 (2008).
  • Blackwell, B.A.B., Long, B.A., Kleindienst, M.R., Churcher, C.S., Smith, J.R., Blickstein, J.I.B., Skinner, A. R., Kieniewicz, J., Adelsberger, K.A., "ESR Ana-lyses for Herbivore Teeth from Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt: Constraining Pluvial Events in the Western Desert." Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 40, no. 6, p. 386 (2008).


Caesar Akuetey
Professor of Modern Languages

  • "Etude du marqueur duen éwé." Journal of West African Languages vol. 34, no. 1, (2007). Not previously reported.

Stuart Allison
Professor of Biology

  • "You Can't Not Choose: Embracing the Role of Choice in Ecological Restoration." Restoration Ecology, 15:601-605 (2007). Not previously reported.
  • "Differences in the Effects of Drought Upon Restored and Remnant Prairies (Illinois)." Ecological Restoration, 26:95-97 (2008).


Monica Berlin
Assistant Professor of English

  • "Nostalgia for a World Where We Can Live." Diagram 8.4 (2008).
  • Review of Marianne Boruch‘s Grace, Fallen from. Black Warrior Review (2008).
  • "Counted Among the Missing." After Hours 16.1 (2008).

Neil Blackadder
Professor of Theatre

  • "'A Fundamental Resistance': An Interview with Neil Blackadder by Beth Gallagher." LMDA Review 18.2 (2008).
  • Reviews: Waves devised by Katie Mitchell after Virginia Woolf's novel; Martin Crimp‘s Attempts on her Life, directed by Katie Mitchell, Theatre Journal 60.1 (2008).
  • Translator. Rebekka Kricheldorf, The Ballad of the Pine Tree Killer (from Ger-man Die Ballade Vom Nadelbaumkiller), published in The Mercurian: A Theatrical Translation Review, (distributed via electronic newsletter) 1.3; Excerpts pub-lished in LMDA Review 18.2 (2008).
  • Translator. Jacques Réda, "Rue Laferrière" (from French), Two Lines XIV (2007). Republished in France: A Traveler‘s Literary Companion, ed. William Rodarmor and Anna Livia, Whereabouts Press (2008).
  • Director: Tartuffe and Rosa and Blanca, Knox College, Galesburg, IL (2008).


David Bunde
Assistant Professor of Computer Science

  • With Bender, M.A., Demaine, E.D., Fekete, S.P., Leung, V.J., Meijer, H., Phillips, C.A., "Communication-aware Processor Allocation for Supercomputers: Finding Point Sets of Small Average Distance." Algorithmica 50(2): 279-298 (2008).
  • With Chambers, E.W., Cranston, D., Milans, K., West, D.B., "Pebbling and Optimal Pebbling in Graphs." Journal of Graph Theory 57(3): 215-238 (2008).With Bansal, N., Chan, H., Pruhs, K., "Average Rate Speed Scaling." Proceedings of the 8th Latin American Theoretical Infomatics Symposium (LATIN), LNCS, Volume 4957: 240-251 (2008).


Craig Choma
Associate Professor of Theatre

  • Scenic Design, Scenic Artist, Technical Direction, Anung's First American Christmas, A Passage to India, Vitalist Theatre Company, Chicago, IL; Tartuffe, Knox College, Galesburg, IL (2008).
  • Scenic Design, Lighting Design, Technical Direction, Rosa and Blanca, Knox College, Galesburg, IL (2008)
  • Lighting Design, (re)ACTION (dance piece), Without Care (dance piece), Dance Chicago, Dance Festival, Chicago, IL (2008).
  • Lighting Design, Tartuffe, Knox College, Galesburg, IL (2008).

Steve Cohn
Professor of Economics

  • An article comparing Obama and McCain‘s economic policies for the Galesburg Zephyr (2008).

Catherine Denial
Assistant Professor of History

  • Project Reviewer, K-6 Social Studies Technology, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt School Publishers. Summer 2008.
  • Program Historian, Grant Wood History Institute, Middle and High School Educators' Professional Development Program, Iowa. May, November 2008.

Gina Franco
Assistant Professor of English

  • "The Box" selected by Christopher Stackhouse The Best of Fence: The First Nine Years, Rebecca Wolff, Editor, Fence Books (2008).
  • "8 sections from The Accidental" Zone 3 (2008).
  • "What Makes a Poem Great: the masterwork of Isaac," Smith Alumnae Quarterly (2008).


Gregory Gilbert
Associate Professor of Art History

  • A Tribute to Robert Rauschenberg, Figge Art Museum, Davenport, IA.Knox College Art Faculty: Past and Present, Galesburg Civic art Center, Gales-burg, IL.


Michael J. Godsil
Instructor in Art

  • Solo Exhibit. Recent fine-art photographs, The Galesburg Civic Art Center, Ga-lesburg, IL.
  • Group Exhibit. "Knox College Faculty - Past and Present", Galesburg Civic Art Center, Galesburg, IL.

Penny Gold
Professor of History

  • Review of Amy Hill Schevitz, Jewish Communities on the Ohio River: A History, Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2007, for the Journal of Illinois History 11, 1: 69-70 (2008).


Jason Helfer
Assistant Professor of Educational Studies

  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A., "Identifying Gifted Students: Educators Beliefs Regarding Various Processes and Procedures." Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 32(2), 155-179. (2008).
  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A., "Gifted Learners and the Arts: Opportunities for Depth and Breadth." Illinois Association for Gifted Children Journal, 2008, 3-9. (2008).
  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A., "Urban School Districts‘ Enrichment Programs: Who Should Be Served?" Journal of Urban Education, 5(1), 7-17. (2008).
  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A., "Middle School Mathematics: Providing Opportunities for Acceleration and Advanced Curriculum in Multiple Settings." Under-standing Our Gifted, 20(2), 17-21. (2008).
  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A., "Using Primary Source Documents with Primary Grade Social Studies Students: An Effective Strategy for Developing Young Gifted Learners." SCOPE, 3(1), 3-5. (2008).
  • Helfer, J.A., Schroth, S.T., "Aesthetic Percipience Part 1: The Value of Supporting Gifted Students‘ Appreciation of and Affinity for the Fine Arts." Gifted Edu-cation Press Quarterly, 22(2), 10-18. (2008).
  • Helfer, J.A., Schroth, S.T., "Aesthetic Percipience Part 2: The Value of Supporting Gifted Students‘ Appreciation of and Affinity for the Fine Arts." Gifted Edu-cation Press Quarterly, 22(3), 11-14. (2008).
  • Helfer, J.A., Schroth, S.T., "Curriculum Guide: The American Boy Choir." (Available from the American Boychoir School, 9 Lambert Drive, Princeton, New Jersey, 08540). (2008).
  • Helfer, J.A. Schroth, S.T., The Red and White and Starry Blue: Using the Stars and Stripes Forever to Facilitate Upper Elementary Students‘ Musical Under-standing. Princeton, NJ: American Boychoir School (2008).
  • (Editor) Proceedings of the 2004-2005 Midwest Philosophy of Education Society, Bloomington, IN: Authorhouse.


L. Sue Hulett
Professor of Political Science and International Relations

  • "With Two Debates Left, Much Left to Learn About Candidates", "Strong Foreign Policy Challenges Await New President", Peoria Journal Star (2008).
  • Provided an interview and backgrounder for La Opinion (largest U.S. Spanish Language Paper) on Sarah Palin and for the Galesburg Register Mail (2008).


Tim Kasser
Professor of Psychology

  • "If You Build It, Will They Come? Transport Policy and People‘s Values." The Independent, September 22, pg. 10 (2008).
  • Kim, Y., Carver, C.S., Deci, E.L., and Kasser, T., "Adult Attachment and Psychological Well-Being in Cancer Caregivers: The Mediational Role of Spouses' Motives for Caregiving." Health Psychology, 27, S144-S154 (2008).
  • Sheldon, K.M., and Kasser, T., "Psychological Threat and Extrinsic Goal Striving." Motivation and Emotion, 32, 37-45 (2008).
  • Klinesmith, J., Kasser, T., McAndrew, F.T., "Guns, Testosterone, and Aggression: A Test of a Mediational Model." W.A. Lesko [ed.], Readings in Social Psy-chology: General, Classic, and Contemporary Selections [7th ed.], Boston: Allyn & Bacon (2008).


Cynthia Kitchen
Assistant Professor of English

  • "Nothing Could Prepare Me." The Louisville Review, (2008).
  • "Period." Women. Period. An Anthology of Women Writers on Menstruation, (2008).
  • "Breathless." Opium Magazine, (2008).
  • "Every Earth is Fit for Burial." Menda City Review, (2008).
  • "The Raccoon in the Wall." Minnetonka Review, (2008).


Sonja Klocke
Assistant Professor of Modern Languages - German

  • "Orientalisierung der DDR?: Spuren von DDR_Literatur und Antifaschistischer Tradition in Emine Sevgi Özdamar‘s Seltsame Sterne starren zur Erde." Nach-Bilder der Wende. Eds. Inge Stephan and Alexandra Tacke. Köln, Weimar, Wien: Böhlau-Verlag, (2008).


Nicole Malley
Instructor in Music

  • Ensemble Direction, Knox Jazz Ensemble: Elmhurst Jazz Festival; Illinois Collegiate Jazz Festival, Millikin University; Joint Concert with Bradley University and Guest Artist Wayne Bergeron, Knox College; Spain Tour.
  • Ensemble Direction, Cherry St. Combo: Musical Director and Arranger, Collaborative Jazz-Dance Suite with Kathleen Ridlon, Knox College Mainstage Dance Concert; Weekly Performances, McGillacuddy‘s Restaurant, Galesburg, IL; Private, community, and college performances.
  • Ensemble Direction, Rootabaga Jazz Festival.
  • Timpanist and Percussionist, Knox Galesburg Symphony.


Frank T. McAndrew
Cornelia H. Dudley Professor of Psychology

  • "The Psychology of Gossip." Psychology Teacher Network, 17, 5-7 (2008).
  • Klinesmith, J., Kasser, T., McAndrew, F.T., "Guns, Testosterone, and Aggres-sion: A Test of a Mediational Model." W.A. Lesko [ed.], Readings in Social Psy-chology: General, Classic, and Contemporary Selections [7th ed.], Boston: Allyn & Bacon (2008).
  • "Love Gossip? Don‘t Worry. It‘s Only Human Nature." Knox Magazine, 92, 14-15 (2008).
  • "Can Gossip Be Good?" Scientific American Mind Magazine, October-November, 26-33 (Cover Story) (2008).


Elizabeth Carlin-Metz
Professor of Theatre

  • Director, Vitalist Theatre‘s production of E.M. Forster‘s A Passage to India, adapted by Martin Shermin, Chicago, IL.Director, Vitalist Theatre‘s production of the world premiere of Anung's First American Christmas, written by Robin Metz bases loosely on the unpublished no-vella by Carl Nordgren, Chicago, IL.


Robin O. Metz
Philip Sidney Post Professor of English

  • "Syndrome." Fifteen Years of Literal Latte (2008).
  • "The Lonely Lives of the Bereaved," "Postcard, Block Island, RI," and "famine", in Seventh Quarry (Wales) (2008).
  • Introduction, in Are You Famous? Touring America with Alaska's Fiddling Poet, by Ken Waldman. San Francisco, Catalyst Book Press (2008).
  • Anung's First American Christmas, produced by Vitalist Theatre, Chicago, IL.
  • 3-D Art Installation, Threatre Building, Exhibition, Chicago, IL.
  • Poetry Residence, Wales (summer/fall 2008); readings at The Dylan Thomas Center, and other locations; Readings in London, Springfield, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.


Thomas R. Moses
Professor of Physics

  • Moses, T., Reeves, J., "Virtual Isotropic-Nematic Transitions in Alkyl Cyanobiphenyls." Liquid Crystals, Volume 35: 1395 (2008).

Esther Penick
Assistant Professor of Biology

  • Nugent, F.S., Penick, E.C., Kauer, J.A., "Opiates Block Long-term Potentiation of GABAergic synapses." Nature 446 (7139):1086-90 (2007). Not previously re-ported.

Bruce Polay
Professor of Music

  • String Quartet No.1 (2007) published by Editions Rassel (ER): New York.
  • Solemnity and Finale for Brass Ensemble (2002): Kagarice Brass Publications.
  • Conducting: Guest Conductor, Orquesta Sinfonica de la Universidad de Guanajuata, Guanajuato and Irapuato, Mexico.
  • Judge: Midwest Young Artists Competition.
  • Recitalist: Knox-Galesburg Symphony Trio, Galesburg, IL; Toulon, IL; David Washburn, trumpet, Bruce Polay, piano, Galesburg, IL; Bruce and Friends, Toulon, IL; Salon Recital, Felix Parra, Violin, Bruce Polay, piano, Burlington, IA; Toulon, IL.
  • Selected Performances of Original Compositions: Grasping for Silence, WXEL FM, West Palm Beach, FL, Armnick-Golstein Center, Lynn University, Boca Ra-ton, FL; Erus, First String Quartet, Solemnity, Elegy, Pictures For an Exhibition, Armnick-Golstein Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, FL; First String Quartet; Grasping for Silence for solo piano: third movement, Nancy Ohlbach, Gualala Pi-ano Society, Sea Ranch, CA; Three Piano Pieces, Carl Sandburg College Concert Series, Galesburg, IL; Sparkle, Orquesta Sinfonica de la Universidad de Guanajuato, Guanajuato and Irapuato, Mexico.

Natania Rosenfeld
Associate Professor of English

  • "Hampstead Heath: A Sketch" and "He and I" New Ohio Review (2008).
  • "Double Portraits: Friendship and Seeing" The Southwest Review (2008).


Michael A. Schneider
Associate Professor of History

  • "'Were Women Pan-Asianists Are the Worst?': Internationalism and Pan-Asianism in the Careers of Inoue Hideko and Inoue Masaji." Pan-Asianism in Modern Japanese History: Colonialism, Regionalism, and Borders, Sven Saaler and Victor Koschman [ed.], Routledge, pp. 115-129 (2007). Not previously re-ported.
  • Review Essay: "The Book Review in an Age of e-Politics." Journal of American-East Asian Relations, v. 12, No. 1-2 (Spring-Summer 2003): 117-120. (2008).


Stephen T. Schroth
Assistant Professor in Educational Studies

  • Helfer, J.A., Schroth, S.T., The Red and White and Starry Blue: Using The Stars and Stripes Forever to Facilitate Upper Elementary Students‘ Musical Understanding. Princeton, NJ: American Boychoir School (2008).
  • Helfer, J.A., Schroth, S.T., "Aesthetic Percipience Part 1: The Value of Supporting Gifted Students‘ Appreciation of and Affinity for the Fine Arts." Gifted Edu-cation Press Quarterly, 22(2), 10-18 (2008).
  • Helfer, J.A., Schroth, S.T., "Aesthetic Percipience Part 2: Instructional Strategies that Support Gifted Students' Appreciation of and Affinity for the Fine Arts." Gifted Education Press Quarterly, 22(3), 11-14 (2008).
  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A., "Using Primary Source Documents with Primary-grade Social Studies Students: An Effective Strategy for Developing Young Gifted Learners." Scope 3(1), 3-5 (2008).
  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A., "Middle School Mathematics: Providing Opportunities for Acceleration and Advances Curriculum in Multiple Settings." Under-standing Our Gifted, 20(2), 17-20 (2008).
  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A., "Gifted Learners and the Arts: Opportunities for Depth and Breadth." Illinois Association for Gifted Children Journal, 3-9 (2008).
  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A., "Urban School Districts‘ Enrichment Programs: Who Should be Served?" Journal of Urban Education, 5(1), 7-17 (2008).
  • Schroth, S.T., Helfer, J.A., "Identifying Gifted Students: Educators Beliefs Regarding Various Processes and Procedures." Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 32(2), 155-179 (2008).
  • Helfer, J.A., Schroth, S.T., "Curriculum Guide: The American Boy Choir." (Available from the American Boychoir School, 9 Lambert Drive, Princeton, New Jersey, 08540). (2008).

Charles E. Schulz
Professor of Physics

  • Hu, C., Noll, B.C., Piccoli, P.M.B., Schultz, A.J., Schulz, C. E., Scheidt, W.R., "Hydrogen Bonding Effects on the Electronic Configuration of Five-Coordinate High-Spin Iron (II) Porphyrinates." Journal of the American Chemistry Society, 130, 3127-3136 (2008).
  • Silvernail, N.J., Pavlik, J.W., Noll, B.C., Schulz, C.E., Scheidt, W. R., "Reversible NO Motion in Crystalline [Fe(Porph)(1-MeIm)(NO)] Derivatives." Inorganic Chemistry, 47, 912-920 (2008).
  • Hu, C., Noll, B.C., Schulz, C.E., Scheidt, W.R., "Hydrogen Bonding Influence of 1,10-Phenanthroline on Five-Coorinate High-Spin Imidazole-Ligated Iron(II) Porphyrinates." Inorganic Chemistry, 47, 8884-8895 (2008).
  • Li, J., Lord, R.L., Noll, B.C., Mu-Hyun, B., Schulz, C.E., Scheidt, W.R., "Cyanide: A Strong-Field Ligand for Ferrohemes and Hemoproteins?" Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 47, 10144-10146 (2008).

Peter Schwartzman
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies

  • "Energy Dependence: How Do We Get There From Here?", "I'm Pro Life and I'll be Voting that Way, Too.", "We Need to Enhance the Local.", "Whose Rights Count?", "Will Money Solve Our Problems?", "Our Assumptions Need Examination.", "The Ivory Tower is Turning Green.", "Our Plastic World.", "The Center: A New Place for Connecting in Galesburg.", "The Fascination Called Life and What is Happening to It.", "The Sun: An Answer to Many of Our Problems.", The Zephyr (2008).


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

  • Desai, K., Sansom, S.L., Ackers, M.L., Stewart, S.R., Hall, H.I., Hu, D.J., Sanders, R., Scotton, C.R., Soorapanth, S., Boily, M.C., Garnett, G.P., McElroy, P.D., "Modeling the Impact of HIV Chemoprophylaxis Strategies Among Men Who Have Sex with Men in the United States: HIV Infections Prevented and Cost-Effectiveness." AIDS, Sept. 12, 22(14) (2008).


Claire Sherman
Assistant Professor of Art

  • Solo Exhibitions: Brink, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, IL; Monotypes, Aurobora Press, San Francisco, CA.
  • Group Exhibitions: Future Tense: Reshaping the Landscape, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY; Wintergarten: Scott Anderson, Adam Scott, and Claire Sherman, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Berlin, Germany; Several Landscapes, Western Exhibitions, Chicago, IL; Gallery Group Show, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Leipzig, Germany, and Chicago, IL; New Art Dealers Alliance Fair, Kavi Gupta, Miami, FL; NEXT Fair, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, IL; Volta4 Show, Kavi Gupta Gal-lery, Basel Switzerland.
  • Works in Private Collections: Chicago, IL; Miami, FL; Washington, D.C.; Birmingham, AL.
  • "Weeds II." The Martin Z. Margulies Collection, Painting and Sculpture, The Martin Z. Margulies Foundation, Inc., image reproduction p. 332. (2008).


Chad Simpson
Visiting Assistant Professor in English

  • "Rail City." 5_Trope, No. 24, http://webdelsol.com/5_trope/24/simpson, html; http://webdelsol.com/5_trope/index.htm, (2008).
  • "Especially Roosevelt." The Sun Magazine, Issue 388, 18-22, (2008).
  • "Summer of Skin." The Rambler, Vol. 5, No. 3, 57-61, (2008).
  • "Preparation." Dogzplot Flash Fiction Anthology, p.38, (2008).
  • "The First Night Game at Wrigley." New South, Vol. 1, No. 2, 48-54, (2008).
  • "Let x." Esquire.com, http://www.esqure.com/blogs/books/Chad-Simpson-Napkin-Fiction, http://www.esquire.com, (2008).
  • "Infidelity, or The Rice Cooker." Opium Magazine, Issue 7, p. 89, (2008).
  • "White Noise." Titular Journal, http://www.titular-journal.com/055.htm, http://www.titular-journal.com/, (2008).
  • "Home of the Poor and Unknown." Barrelhouse, Issue 5, 103-108, (2008).
  • Selecting Editor, Wigleaf‘s Top 50 [Very] Short Stories of 2007, http://wigleaf.com/08top50intro.htm, (2008).


Robert M. Smith
Professor of English

  • "Undertaking 1930." Night Train, 7:2 (2008)."Shahid Dastgerdi." Eclectica, (2008).
  • "Copenhagen Interpretation." Barrelhouse, 5, 74-86, (2008).
  • "No Meaner City." (invited short story) Alan Guthrie Noir Website. http://www.allanguthrie.co.uk/ http://www.allanguthrie.co.uk/pages/noir_zine/new_writers/no_meaner_city.php (2008)
  • "Tom Franklin." (interview), Alan Guthrie Noir Website, http://www.allanguthrie.co.uk/ (2008).
  • "Seductions of David Porter." (a festschrift contribution to a volume) (2008).


Lindsey D. Snyder
Assistant Professor of Theatre

  • Interpreter: Peter Pan the Musical, The Olney Theatre, Olney, MD; Alice, Round-house Theatre, Bethesda, MD; Macbeth, Folger Theatre, Washington, D.C.; School of Scandal, Folger Theatre, Washington, D.C.; Nixon‘s Nixon, Round-house Theatre, Bethesda, M.D.; Inside Out, Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.; Taming of the Shrew, Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare Birthday Celebration Week, American Shakespeare Center, Staunton, VA (2008).
  • Performance Coach: Lebenschram, Capital Fringe Festival, Washington, D.C. (2008).
  • Dramaturg: The Sticking Pace, Molotov Theatre Company, Capital Fringe Festival, Washington, D.C. (2008).


Barbara Tannert-Smith
Assistant Professor of English

  • "Liz Lochhead," "William Steig," "Russell Hoban," Entries in Encyclopedia of Folktales and Fairy Tales, Ed., Donald Hasse, Greenwood Press, (2008).
  • "A Boy Called Horse." Paradigm 7 (2008).


Jennifer Templeton
Associate Professor of Biology

  • Templeton, J. J., Christensen-Dykema, J., "A Behavioral Analysis of Prey Detection Lateralization & Unilateral Transfer in European Starlings (Sturnus Vul-garis)." Behavioural Processes, 79:125-131 (2008).
  • Kelly, D.M., Kippenbrock, S., Templeton, J.J., Kamil, A.C., "Use of a Geometric Rule or Absolute Vectors: Landmark Use by Clark‘s Nutcrackers (Nucifraga Columbiana)." Brain Research Bulletin 76:293-9 (2008).


Donald Alexander Varakin
Assistant Professor of Psychology

  • Beck, M.R., Angelone, B.L., Levin, D.T., Peterson, M.S., Varakin, D.A., "Implicit Learning for Probable Changes in a Visual Change Detection Task." Con-sciousness & Cognition, 17(4), 1192-1208 (2008).
  • Varakin, D.A., Levin D.T., "Scene Structure Enhances Change Detection." Quar-terly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61(4), 543-551 (2008).
  • Varakin, D. A., Levin, D. T., Collins, K. M., "Comparison and Representation Failures Cause Change Blindness in a Single Real World Setting." Perception, 36(5), 737-749 (2007). Not previously reported.

Marilyn Webb
Distinguished Professor of Journalism

  • "The Media and End of Life Issues," Decisions Near the End of Life, Rutgers University Press (2008).


Douglas L. Wilson
George Appleton Lawrence Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of English, Co-director, Lincoln Studies Center

  • "Terrific in Denunciation." Humanities: The Magazine of the National Endowment for the Humanities, 29:1, 16-20 (January/February, 2008).
  • "Presidential Biographies." Bookmarks Magazine, 34, 16 (May/June, 2008).
  • Editor with Rodney O. Davis, The Lincoln-Douglas Debates: The Lincoln Studies Center Edition, University of Illinois Press (2008).
  • "Lincoln Used his Homespun Image to Shape Opinion." Op-Ed, Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 2, (2008).

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