Faculty Accomplishments

Books

Researchers were awarded a subvention for the 2017-2018 grant cycle to support the publication of a scholarly book.  The name of the faculty who received the award is in bold.

Böröcz, J. (2018). Az EU és a világ. Kritikai elemzés. Budapest, Hungary: Pesti Kalligram.
Awards: Named Among the Most Important Books of the Year, Új Egyenlőség (New Equality Think Tank), http://ujegyenloseg.hu/2018-legfontosabb-konyvei-az-uj-    egyenlosegen-konyvajanlok-es-biralatok/?fbclid=IwAR3A3_67zlSCJZi2bMutsCBtJGlpih0ZGvKdNp8Tu7uw3A4Y2CRSO-QOwfY as of January 1, 2019.
Nominated for the AEGON Art Award, Hungary, 2018.
Nominated for the 2018 Aurél Kolnai Award for the Best Book in the Political Sciences, Hungarian Political Science Association, 2019.

Coe, C. (2019). The New American Servitude: Political Belonging among African Immigrant Home Care Workers. New York, New York: New York University Press.

Green, M. (2020).  Visions of Deliverance. Moriscos and the Politics of Prophecy in the Early Modern Mediterranean.  Ithaca, New York: Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Thomas, L. R. & Lauria, A. (2018). Rethinking the struggle for Puerto Rican Rights. New York, New York, Routledge.

Mokhberi, S. (2019) The Persian Mirror: Reflections of the Safavid Empire in Early Modern France. New York, New York.  Oxford Press.

Osuji, C. (2019). Boundaries of Love: Interracial Marriage and the Meaning of Race. New York: New York University Press.

Surkis, J.  (2019).  Sex, Law, and Sovereignty in French Algeria, 1830-1930.  Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.

Yanni, C. (2019).  Living on Campus: An Architectural History of the American Dormitory. Minneapolis, Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press.

Books

Research was supported by a grant from the Research Council awarded for the 2018-2019 grant cycle. The name of the faculty who received the award is in bold.

 Cronenberg, S. (forthcoming) Fertile Ground in Middle Level General Music. New York, NY: Routledge.

Book Chapters

Research was supported by a grant from the Research Council awarded for the 2018-2019 grant cycle. The name of the faculty who received the award is in bold.

Allam, N. (2019). “Women and the Veil.” Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Culture, edited by Suad Joseph. New York: Brill. 

Artistic Accomplishments

Artistic Accomplishments supported by a grant from the Research Council awarded for the 2018-2019 grant cycle.  The name of the faculty who received the award is in bold.

 Chien-Ying Wang

March 30 & 31, 2019  Presented Behold the Bold and produced an evening-length dance concert in The Mark O’Donnell Theater at The Actors Fund Arts Center, Brooklyn, New York.

June 28-30, 2019  Presented Behold the Bold in the Taipei International Dance Exploration (TIDE) in the Experimental Dance Theatre at National Chiang Kai­Shek Cultural Center, Taiwan.

Scholarly Productions:

Journal Articles:

Research supported by a grant from the Research Council awarded for the 2018-2019 grant cycle.  The name of the faculty who received the award is in bold.

August, K.J., Kelly, C.S., & Markey, C.H. (in press). Reciprocity and personality in diet-related spousal involvement among older couples managing diabetes: The role of gender. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.  

U. Sundar, Z. C. Lao, & K. Cook-Chennault, “Investigation of Piezoelectricity and Resistivity of Surface Modified Barium Titanate Nanocomposites," Polymers, vol. 11, no. 12, Dec 2019, Art no. 2123, doi: 10.3390/polym11122123

U. Sundar, Z. C. Lao, and K. Cook-Chennault, "Enhanced Dielectric Permittivity of Optimized Surface Modified of Barium Titanate Nanocomposites," Polymers, vol. 12, no. 4, Apr 2020, Art no. 827, doi: 10.3390/polym12040827

W. Du, J. Hoyt, N. Williams, and K. A. Cook-Chennault, "The influence of processing parameters on piezoelectric and dielectric properties of dome-shaped composite PZT-epoxy actuators," Journal of Manufacturing Processes, vol. 57, pp. 48-60, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmapro.2020.05.036

Holmes IV, O., Lopiano, G., & Hall, E.V. (2019). A review of compensatory strategies to mitigate bias. Personnel Assessment and Decisions, 5, (2), 23-34. (Special Issue: Reducing Discrimination in the Workplace). doi:  10.25035/pad.2019.02.004

Vidal, F., Gomezcoello, J., Lalancette, R. A., and Jäkle, F.  (2019). Lewis pairs as highly turnable dynamic cross-links in transient polymer.   Journal of the American Chemical Society, 141 (40), 15963-15971. doi: 10.1021/jacs.9b07452

Mundra, K., & Uwaifo-Oyelere, R. (2019).  Homeownership Trends among the Never Married,” with Ruth Uwaifo-Oyelere, Housing Studies, 39(1), January, 162-187.

Mundra, K., Rios-Avila, F (2020). Using repeated cross-sectional data to examine the role of immigrant birth-country networks on unemployment duration: an application of Guell and Hu (2006) approach. Empirical Economics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00181-020-01855-x

Mundra K. (2020). Minority and Immigrant Experience in the Recent Housing Market: Evidence from the 2009 American Housing Survey.  Immigration Symposium Special Issue, Eastern Economic Journal 46(1), Winter, 53-81.

Valle, M. M. (2019). Burlesquing blackness:  Racial significations in Carnivals and the carnivalesque on Colombia’s Caribbean Coast. Public Culture, 31(1), 5-20. doi:  10.1215/08992363-7181814

Wang, X., Shao, A., Li, Z., Policarpio, L., Zhang, H., Constructing E. coli Co‐Cultures for De Novo Biosynthesis of Natural Product Acacetin. Biotechnol. J. 2020, 2000131. https://doi.org/10.1002/biot.202000131

Wang, X. “De-Cold War Criticism and Chinese Literary Modernity,” Southern Cultural Forum (CSSCI journal), no. 6, 2018, 60-65; revised version published as a book chapter in Humanistic Vista of Cosmopolitanism, eds. Ji Jin and David Der-wei Wang (Nanjing: Jiangsu University Press, 2019), 387-396.

Wang, X. “No Way Back: Eileen Chang and Chinese Cold War Literary Modernism,” Fleurs des Lettres, no. 82 (2019), 111-112.

Zhengzi Li, S. (in press).  Pervasive Underreaction: Evidence from High-Frequency Data. Journal of Financial Economics

Conference Presentations:

Research supported by a grant from the Research Council awarded for the 2018-2019 grant cycle.  The name of the faculty who received the award is in bold.

August, K.J., Kelly, C.S., Markey, C.H., & Yan, S. (November, 2019). Reciprocity and individual differences in diet-related spousal involvement among older couples managing diabetes.   Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Austin, TX.  

Cochran, G.L., (2019). Using network analysis to evaluate community in a physics course for engineering students. Presented at the 2019 Rutgers Active Learning Symposium, New Brunswick, NJ.

Cuestsa, L., Bucheli, M., & Ríos-Salas, V. (2019, May).  A comparative analysis of hybrid and court-based child support policy schemes in Latin America.   Presented at the XXXVII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Boston, MA.

Cuestsa, L., Bucheli, M., & Ríos-Salas, V. (2019, June).  A comparative analysis of hybrid and court-based child support policy schemes in Latin America.   Workshop presented at the International Comparative Research on Private and State Responsibility for Children in Separated Parent Families Workshop. Heidelberg, Germany.

MacKendrick, N. “Science and Technology Studies in an Era of Anti-Science II: Impacts on and Reflexivity in the Field.” (Invited panelist with Scott Frickel and Siri Suh). Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting. Boston Park Plaza, Boston, MA. March 15th, 2019.

MacKendrick, N. “Fix Your Hormones: Doctors, Self-help and the Elusive goal of ‘Hormone Balance’.” Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting. Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, February 27-March 1st, 2020.

Mareschal P., & Coursey C., Dismantling Public Sector Collective Bargaining Rights: The Role of Aggravated Policy Experimentation in the States, Labor Employment Relations Association: Best Papers Session I: Unions and Employee Voice, Cleveland, OH, June 2019.

Mareschal, P., & Coursey C., The Assault on Public Sector Unions and Democracy: Examining Patterns Across States, Labor Employment Relations Association: Best Papers Session VI: Union Issues, Baltimore, MD, June 2018.

Mazelis, J. & Kuperberg, A. (2019, August). Student Loan Debt, Family Support, and Reciprocity in the Transition to Adulthood.  American Sociological Association Annual Meeting.  New York, NY.

Mundra, K. (2019, February). Education-Occupation Mismatch and Social Networks for Hispanics in the US: Role of Citizenship.  Eastern Economic Association Conference New York, New York.

Mundra, K. (2019, July).  Education-Occupation Mismatch and Social Networks for Hispanics in the US: Role of Citizenship.  AIEFS Biennial Conference, India. 

Mundra, K. (2019, November).  Education-Occupation Mismatch and Social Networks for Hispanics in the US: Role of Citizenship.  Southern Economic Association Meetings, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Mundra, K. (2019, November). Labor market Outcomes of Indian Immigrants – Role of H1B.  Southern Economic Association Meeting, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Mundra, K. (2019, November).  Education-Occupation Mismatch and Social Networks for Hispanics in the US: Role of Citizenship.  AASLE Conference, Singapore.

Wang, X.  Invited talk, “Rethinking Chinese Literary Modernity: Toward a De-Cold War Criticism,” at Soochow University, China, on September 3, 2018. The talk is based on the introduction chapter of my book manuscript, Edges of Literature.

Grants:

Research supported by a grant from the Research Council awarded for the 2018-2019 grant cycle, resulting in securing additional grant funding.  The name of the faculty who received the award is in bold.

Cochran, G. L. 2020-2022.  Principal Investigator. Project Title, “Using Social Network Analysis to Evaluate Community for Engineering Majors”, National Science Foundation. Amount awarded: $217,218.

Jäkle, F.  2019-2023. Principal Investigator. Project Title, “Organoborane Polymers in Catalysis and Supramolecular Materials Chemistry", National Science Foundation. Amount awarded:  $312,598.

Mazelis, J. & Kuperberg, A.  2020-2220.  Co-Principle Investigator. Project Title, A New Class Divide: Student Loans and the Transition to Adulthood." National Science Foundation. Amount awarded: $360,228.

Fellowships:

Research supported by a grant from the Research Council awarded for the 2018-2019 grant cycle, resulting in securing a fellowship.  The name of the faculty who received the award is in bold.

Balagopalan, S. Regional Faculty Fellow, Wolf Humanities Center, Forum on Kinship, 2019-2020 and Mid-Career Fellowship, Rutgers University, Camden, 2019-2020.