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Geneseo Authors Celebration

Welcome to the annual Geneseo Authors Celebration!

This annual celebration began in Milne Library in 2009 as a series of workshops and a celebration in collaboration with the Teaching and Learning Center. Over the years it’s evolved to reflect more on the many kinds of academic and creative work done at Geneseo.

In 2020, we find ourselves celebrating at a distance, without the snacks and cake. Nevertheless, we still find ourselves celebrating these accomplishments. With this event, we acknowledge and celebrate the work published in traditional avenues, like peer-reviewed articles, contributions to edited volumes, and monographs. But we also look beyond those kinds of work to include academic achievements outside the narrow scope of traditional publishing.

This year, we have short stories and curricular materials alongside those books, chapters, and articles. We have material here from traditional publishers like Routledge, Oxford University Press, and Penn State University Press, but we also have material published openly, through Milne Library and through Rebus community work.

This site lists the research and creative works produced by Geneseo faculty, staff, and students between October 2019 and October 2020. We encourage you to engage with these authors in a way that makes sense to you. You could listen to the recordings made by some of these authors, send encouraging notes to authors, or collaborate with them on a future project.

We’re glad you’ve decided to join us to celebrate the diversity of scholarship and the diversity of publishing that authors from Geneseo have accomplished in the past year, from faculty as well as from students, whom you’ll see specially identified below. And we look forward to seeing what more is completed in the next year.

Many thanks go to President Battles and Provost Robertson, who recorded their remarks for this event, and to all those who helped make this event possible: Leah Root worked tirelessly on this celebration site, offering suggestions and modifications to make the design possible; Ravi Lamontagne provided technical support for making the design work; Alana Nuth, Donna Hanna, and Liz Argentieri worked hard to order books; Steve Dresbach and Keith Walters worked with the videos; Corey Ha supported organizing this celebration as a virtual event early on.

But most important are the authors, without whom we wouldn’t have anything to celebrate, and you who acknowledge that finishing projects is indeed something worth celebrating.
[written by Jonathan Grunert]

A Welcome message from SUNY Geneseo President Denise Battles and Provost Stacey Robertson

Photo Name Department/Academic Program Full Citation
Portrait of Ian Alam Ian Alam School of Business

Ian Alam and Pouya Seifzadeh, "Marketing Islamic Financial Services: A Review, Critique and Agenda for Future Research."  Journal of Risk and Financial Management 13, no. 1 (January 2020): 1-19.


Ian Alam, "Interacting With Muslim Customers for New Service Development in a Non-Muslim Majority Country."  Journal of Islamic Marketing 10, no. 4 (November 2019): 1017-1036. doi: 10.1108/JIMA-06-2018-0111


Isar Kiani, Pouya Seifzadeh, and Ian Alam, "Learning from Semantic Inconsistencies as the Origin of Dynamic Capabilities in Mncs: Evidence from Pharmaceutical Mncs."  Academy of Marketing Studies Journal 23, no. 4 (2019): 1-18.

Dr. Ansari Mohammad Sadegh Ansari History

Mohammad Sadegh Ansari, "Learning and Patronizing the Science of Music among the Elite of Medieval Baghdad."  Journal of Abbasid Studies 6, no. 2 (2019): 123-149. doi: 10.1163/22142371-12340048

Travis Bailey photo Travis Bailey Biology

Travis J. Bailey, "Chronic Lyme: Failing to See the Forest for the Trees in Lyme Disease."  National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science Case Study Collection (February 2020).

"" Brian Barnett Philosophy

Brian C. Barnett, "Higher-Order Defeat in Realist Moral Epistemology," in Higher-Order Evidence and Moral Epistemology,  ed. Micharl Klenk (Routledge, 2019), 117-136.


Brian C. Barnett, ed. Introduction to Philosophy: Epistemology. (Rebus Press, 2020).


Brian C. Barnett, "The Analysis of Knowledge," in Introduction to Philosophy: Epistemology,  ed. Brian C. Barnett (Rebus Press, 2020).

"" Jessica Battaglia, student author

Kazushige Yokoyama, Kieran Brown, Peter Shevlin, Jack Jenkins, Elizabeth D’Ambrosio, Nicole Ralbovsky, Jessica Battaglia, Ishan Deshmukh, and Akane Ichiki, "Examination of Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides Over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particle Surfaces."  International Journal of Molecular Sciences 20, no. 21 (November 2019): 5354. doi: 10.3390/ijms20215354

"" Michael Braunagel, student author

Scott Giorgis, Eric Horsman, Kurtis C. Burmeister, Rebecca Rost, Lauren A. Herbert, Anthony Pivarunas, and Michael Braunagel, "Constraints on Emplacement Rates of Intrusions in the Shallow Crust Based on Paleomagnetic Secular Variation."
Geophysical Research Letters 46, no. 22 (October 2019): 12815-12822. doi: 10.1029/2019GL084025

"" Kieran Brown, student author

Kazushige Yokoyama, Kieran Brown, Peter Shevlin, Jack Jenkins, Elizabeth D’Ambrosio, Nicole Ralbovsky, Jessica Battaglia, Ishan Deshmukh, and Akane Ichiki, "Examination of Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides Over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particle Surfaces."  International Journal of Molecular Sciences 20, no. 21 (November 2019): 5354. doi: 10.3390/ijms20215354

Picture of Jonathan Bullinger Jonathan Bullinger, Ph.D. Communication

Jonathan Bullinger. Reagan’s “Boys” and the Children of the Greatest Generation: U.S. World War II Memory, 1984 and Beyond.  (Routledge, 2019).

videocam Watch video interview with author Jonathan Bullinger here

susanacastillo Susana Castillo-Rodriguez Languages and Literatures, Linguistics, Black / Africana Studies

Susana Castillo-Rodríguez and Alba Valenciano Mañé, "Women in Equatorial Guinea."  Oxford Research Encyclopedia of African History (2020). doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190277734.013.657

Alexis Clifton Alexis Clifton, Senior Instructional Support Specialist, Computing and Information Technology

Kimberly Davies Hoffman and Alexis Clifton, editors. Open Pedagogy Approaches: Faculty, Library, and Student Collaborations (Milne Publishing, 2020).

Emilye Crosby Emilye Crosby History, Black / Africana Studies, American Studies

Emilye Crosby, "Mr. Nate."  The Crisis (April 17, 2020).


Emilye Crosby,  "Not that Kind of Tired: Rosa Parks and Organizing the Montgomery Bus Boycott,"
in Understanding and Teaching the Civil Rights Movement, ed. Hasan Kwame Jeffries (University of Wisconsin Press, 2019), 131-43.


Emilye Crosby. “A History We Can Use: ‘Freedom Politics’ for ‘We the People’.”
The American Historian 2 (June 2020): 9-15.

"" Ishan Deshmukh, student author

Kazushige Yokoyama, Kieran Brown, Peter Shevlin, Jack Jenkins, Elizabeth D’Ambrosio, Nicole Ralbovsky, Jessica Battaglia, Ishan Deshmukh, and Akane Ichiki, "Examination of Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides Over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particle Surfaces."  International Journal of Molecular Sciences 20, no. 21 (November 2019): 5354. doi: 10.3390/ijms20215354

"" Jeffery Doser, student author

Jeffery Doser, Kristina Hannam, and Andrew Findley, "Characterizing functional relationships between anthropogenic and biological sounds: a western New York state soundscape case study."  Landscape Ecology 35 (March 2020): 689–707. doi: 10.1007/s10980-020-00973-2

"" Elizabeth D’Ambrosio, student author

Kazushige Yokoyama, Kieran Brown, Peter Shevlin, Jack Jenkins, Elizabeth D’Ambrosio, Nicole Ralbovsky, Jessica Battaglia, Ishan Deshmukh, and Akane Ichiki, "Examination of Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides Over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particle Surfaces."  International Journal of Molecular Sciences 20, no. 21 (November 2019): 5354. doi: 10.3390/ijms20215354

"" Gwendolyn Faulkner

Jennifer Guzmán, Melanie Medeiros, and Gwendolyn Faulkner, "Teaching Im/migration through an Ethnographic Portrait Project."  Teaching and Learning Anthropology 3, no. 1 (2020): 37-45. doi: 10.5070/T33146968

Gerringer Mackenzie Mackenzie Gerringer Biology

Mackenzie E. Gerringer, Paul H. Yancey, Olga V. Tikhonova, Nikita E. Vavilov, Victor G. Zgoda, and Dmitri R. Davydov, "Pressure tolerance of deep‐sea enzymes can be evolved through increasing volume changes in protein transitions: a study with lactate dehydrogenases from abyssal and hadal fishes."
The FEBS Journal (April 2020)
doi: 10.1111/febs.15317


Andrew K. Tokuda, Jeffrey C. Drazen, Mackenzie E. Gerringer, Brian N. Popp, Eleanna Grammatopoulou, and Daniel J. Mayor, "Trophic interactions of megafauna in the Mariana and Kermadec trenches inferred from stable isotope analysis."
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 164 (October 2020).
doi: 10.1016/j.dsr.2020.103360

Portrait of Scott Giorgis Scott Giorgis Geological Sciences

Scott Giorgis, Eric Horsman, Kurtis C. Burmeister, Rebecca Rost, Lauren A. Herbert, Anthony Pivarunas, and Michael Braunagel. "Constraints on Emplacement Rates of Intrusions in the Shallow Crust Based on Paleomagnetic Secular Variation." Geophysical Research Letters 46, no. 22 (October 2019): 12815-12822. doi: 10.1029/2019GL084025


Karen S. McNeal, Katherine Ryker, Shelley Whitmeyer, Scott Giorgis, Rachel Atkins, Nicole LaDue, Christine Clark, Nick Soltis, and Thomas Pingel, "A multi-institutional study of inquiry-based lab activities using the Augmented Reality Sandbox: impacts on undergraduate student learning." Journal of Geography in Higher Education 44, no. 1 (November 2019): 85-107. doi: 10.1080/03098265.2019.1694875

Portrait of David Granger David Granger School of Education

David A. Granger, "The Legacy of John Dewey's Art as Experience: Thomas Hart Benton and Jackson Pollock."  Studi Di Estetica (Italian Journal of Esthetics) no. 13 (2019): 61-85.


David A. Granger, "The Legacy of John Dewey's Art as Experience: From Black Mountain College to 'Happenings'."  Studi Di Estetica (Italian Journal of Esthetics) no. 15 (2019): 149-173.

Portrait of Jennifer Guzman Jennifer Guzmán Anthropology, Linguistics, Latin American Studies, Sociomedical Sciences

Jennifer Guzmán, Melanie Medeiros, and Gwendolyn Faulkner, "Teaching Im/migration through an Ethnographic Portrait Project."  Teaching and Learning Anthropology 3, no. 1 (2020): 37-45. doi: 10.5070/T33146968


Jennifer R. Guzmán and Melanie A. Medeiros, "Damned If You Drive, Damned If You Don’t: Meso-level Policy and Im/migrant Farmworker Tactics under a Regime of Immobility." Human Organization 79, no. 2 (Summer 2020): 130-139.
doi: 10.17730/1938-3525.79.2.130


Jennifer R. Guzmán, "Time Discipline and Health/Communicative Labor in Pediatric Primary Care." Medical Anthropology (April 2020).
doi: 10.1080/01459740.2020.1750012


Jennifer R. Guzmán, "Etiological Storytelling and the Interdiscursive Trajectory of a Diagnostic Odyssey," in Storytelling as Narrative Practice: Ethnographic Approaches to the Tales We Tell, ed. Kathryn Graber and Elizabeth A. Falconi (Brill Press, 2019)

Photo of Rachel Hall Rachel Hall English

Rachel Hall, "Jilted."  NELLE Literary Journal (2020).


Rachel Hall, "Those Girls."  New England Review (2020).

Kristina Hannam photo Kristina Hannam Biology

Jeffery Doser, Kristina Hannam, and Andrew Findley, "Characterizing functional relationships between anthropogenic and biological sounds: a western New York state soundscape case study."  Landscape Ecology 35 (March 2020): 689–707. doi: 10.1007/s10980-020-00973-2

Aaron Heap Aaron Heap Mathematics

Aaron Heap and Natalie LaCourt, "Space-Efficient Prime Knot 7-Mosaics." Symmetry 12, no. 4 (April 2020): 576. doi: 10.3390/sym12040576

Aaron L. Herold Aaron Herold Political Science and International Relations

Aaron Herold, "Tocqueville on Religion and Democratic Character: Equality, Mediocrity, and Greatness," chapter 11 in Civil Religion in Modern Political Philosophy: Machiavelli to Tocqueville, ed. Steven Frankel and Martin D. Yaffe (Penn State University Press, 2020).

"" Akane Ichiki, student author

Kazushige Yokoyama, Kieran Brown, Peter Shevlin, Jack Jenkins, Elizabeth D’Ambrosio, Nicole Ralbovsky, Jessica Battaglia, Ishan Deshmukh, and Akane Ichiki, "Examination of Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides Over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particle Surfaces."  International Journal of Molecular Sciences 20, no. 21 (November 2019): 5354. doi: 10.3390/ijms20215354


Kazushige Yokoyama and Akane Ichiki, "Oligomerization and Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particle Surfaces,"  chapter 3 in Advances in Chemistry Research, Volume 61,  ed. James C. Taylor. (Nova Science Publishers, 2020).

"" Jack Jenkins, student author

Kazushige Yokoyama, Kieran Brown, Peter Shevlin, Jack Jenkins, Elizabeth D’Ambrosio, Nicole Ralbovsky, Jessica Battaglia, Ishan Deshmukh, and Akane Ichiki, "Examination of Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides Over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particle Surfaces."  International Journal of Molecular Sciences 20, no. 21 (November 2019): 5354. doi: 10.3390/ijms20215354

katz headshot nov 2019 Jennifer Katz Psychology, Women and Gender Studies

Jennifer Katz and Dimitri Wing-Paul, "Taking a joke seriously: When does humor affect responses to the slurring of people with intellectual disabilities?"  Humor: International Journal of Humor Research (2020). doi: 10.1515/HUMOR-2019-0110

"" Kelly Keegan School of Education

Annmarie Urso, Kelly Keegan, and Dawn Hamlin ,Scaffolding Instruction for All Students: A Resource Guide for English Language Arts, Grades 6-8. (New York State Education Department, 2020).

Portrait of Lydia Kertz Lydia Yaitsky Kertz English

Lydia Yaitsky Ketz. “Literal and Literary Ekphrasis: A Medieval Poetics.”  Medievalia et Humanistica 45 (2020): 75-99.

"" Natalie LaCourt, student author

Aaron Heap and Natalie LaCourt, "Space-Efficient Prime Knot 7-Mosaics." Symmetry 12, no. 4 (April 2020): 576. doi: 10.3390/sym12040576

Sherry Larson-Rhodes Sherry Larson-Rhodes, First Year Experience Librarian, INTD 105 Coordinator Languages and Literatures, Communication, Geography

Sherry Larson-Rhodes, "Scroll-Worthy Sources: Information Literacy Instruction Through Harry Potter’s Glasses Frames," in The Critical Thinking About Sources Cookbook, ed. Sarah E. Morris. (ALA Press, 2020), 104-106.

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