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Geneseo Authors Celebration

The College Library began a tradition of celebrating faculty authorship in 2009, with a series of workshops and a celebration in collaboration with the Teaching and Learning Center. Over the years it evolved to reflect more on the many kinds of academic work done here at Geneseo. Geneseo Authors Celebration 2021

Through the Geneseo Authors Celebration, 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 several short stories, code written to streamline library processes, some open textbooks, and many, many works produced by and with students. We have material here from traditional publishers like Routledge, Oxford University Press, and Penn State Press, but we also have material published here, through Milne Library Publishing

 

This year, the Geneseo Authors Celebration happens during Open Access Week, and we’ve highlighted the many works that are available in KnightScholar. More than a third of the articles and books celebrated today are available open access— freely available to all with an internet connection. The authors who supplied us with preprints and postprints, along with those who published in OA journals and with Milne Library Publishing, made this possible, and have opened their scholarship to the world, helping to break barriers that otherwise impede access.

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, who you’ll see specially identified below. And we look forward to seeing what more is completed in the next year.

Some acknowledgements: Provost Stacey Robertson and President Battles presented some remarks acknowledging the unique nature of scholarship at Geneseo; Alana Nuth, Donna Hanna, and Liz Argentieri worked hard to get books delivered to the library in time for this event; Dan Ross, Alana, Nuth, and Bill Jones helped set up the Fireside Lounge; Allison Brown designed the bookmarks and poster; Joanne Kamal ordered snacks, and CAS made and delivered them.

Archived lists of authors celebrated at past events are available in KnightScholar.

Photo Name Department/Academic Program Full Citation
beth adams Elizabeth Adams Languages and Literatures

Elizabeth Silvaggio-Adams and Ma. Del Rocio Vallejo-Alegre, Yo puedo: para empezar, (Milne Library Publishing, 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/oer-ost/23


Elizabeth Silvaggio-Adams and Ma. Del Rocio Vallejo-Alegre, Yo puedo: segundos pasos, (Milne Library Publishing, 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/oer-ost/24/

"" Frank Addeo, student author Mathematics

Frank Addeo, "Curve Fitting Techniques for Predicting Corona Virus Cases," Proceedings of GREAT Day 2020 (April 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2019/iss1/17

Portrait of Sasha Allgayer Sasha Allgayer Communication

Emi Kanemoto and Sasha Allgayer, "Masks across borders: Etiquette, threat and prevention," Journal of Applied Communication Research Online Publication: Communication Intervention 1 (2020), 29–40.


Sasha Allgayer and Emi Kanemoto, "The Three C’s of Japan’s Pandemic response as ideograph," Frontiers in Communication 6, (March 2021): 1–11. doi: 10.3389/fcomm.2021.595429
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/communication-faculty/2

Dr. Ansari Mohammad Sadegh Ansari History

Trevor Brabyn and Mohammad Sadegh Ansari, "On Void and the Plausibility of the Copernican Paradigm: An Indo-Persian Link in The Early Qajar Reception of Modern Astronomy," PhilologicalEncounters 5, no. 3-4 (September 2020):1-31. doi:10.1163/24519197-BJA10010


Zeinab Azarbadegan and Mohammad Sadegh Ansari, eds., Special Issue: Making a Hidden Collection Visible: Columbia’s Collection of Muslim World Manuscripts, Philological Encounters 5, no. 3-4 (Nov. 2020).

"" Elisabeth Bablin, student author History

Elisabeth Bablin, "South African Water History," Proceedings of GREAT Day 2020 (April 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2020/iss1/4

"" Michael Badalamenti, student author Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations

Michael Badalamenti, "An Epistemological Account of the Logic of Propaganda," Proceedings of GREAT Day 2020 (April 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2020/iss1/17


Michael Badalamenti, "Far-Right Populists in Western States of the European Union: Who They Are and What They Want," Proceedings of GREAT Day 2020 (April 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2020/iss1/22

"" Brian Barnett Philosophy

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


Brian C. Barnett, "What Is Epistemology?" in Introduction to Philosophy: Epistemology,  ed. Brian C. Barnett (Rebus Press, 2020).


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

"" Dana Basile, student author

Steve Derné, Nicole Safford, Meagan Odette, Ruben Mercado, Sarah Wright, Nicholas Garmendiz, Lesly Ann Ureña Reyes, Christine Price. Julia Kinel, Amanda Vick, Dana Basile, Samantha Dorn, Chloe Wnuk, Robert McFarlane, Brooke Reich, and Maelee Sanford, "Beyond Disenchantment: Toward a Sociology of Wonder," Sociological Inquiry (August 2021). doi: 10.1111/soin.12457
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/sociology-faculty/1

Portrait of Allison Bechard Allison Bechard Psychology, Neuroscience

Gavin Vaughan, Katherine Kompanijec, Shreyya Malik, and Allison R. Bechard. "Childhood trauma and post-trauma environment affect fear memory and alcohol use differently in male and female mice." Drug and alcohol dependence 219 (February 2021): 108471. doi: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2020.108471
Find it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/psychology-faculty/18

"" Emelyn Bell, student author Biology

Emelyn Bell, "A Comparison of Native and Invasive Plant Species Microhabitats in Western NY," Proceedings of GREAT Day 2020 (April 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2020/iss1/5

"" Iris Benz, student author Communication

Meredith Marko Harrigan, Iris Benz, Christopher Hauck, Emily LaRocca, Rachel Renders, and Stephanie Roney, "The dialectical experience of the fear of missing out for U.S. American iGen emerging adult college students,"Journal of Applied Communication Research 29, no. 4 (March 2021): 424-440. doi: 10.1080/00909882.2021.1898656.
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/communication-faculty/1

Portrait of Lori Bernard Lori Bernard Languages and Literatures

Lori Bernard, “From the Epopeya to the Narcocorrido: The Hero in Hispanic Literature and Popular Culture,” in Reconsidering Early Modern Spanish Literature Through Mass and Pop Culture: Contemporizing the Classics for the Classroom, ed. Bonnie Gasior and Mindy Badia (Juan de la Cuesta, 2021) pp. 229-248.

Hanna Brant Hanna Brant Political Science and International Relations

Hanna K. Brant and L. Marvin Overby, "Congressional Career Decisions in the 2018 Congressional Midterm Elections," Congress and the Presidency: A Journal of Capital Studies 48, no. 1 (March 2021): 8-24. doi: 10.1080/07343469.2020.1811424


Hanna K. Brant and L. Marvin Overby, "Female Appointed Successors in the United States Senate," Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 41, no. 4 (December 2020): 527-541. doi: 10.1080/1554477X.2020.1743121

"" Cooper Breed, student author Theatre and Dance

Cooper Breed, "Taking Flight," Proceedings of GREAT Day 2020 (April 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2020/iss1/6

"" George M. Briggs Biology

George Briggs, Inanimate Life, (Milne Library Publishing, 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/oer-ost/26

"" Elena Camilo, student author Sociology

Elena Camilo, "The Effect of Culture on Parenting Styles: Are There Similarities Between Latinx & Working-Class Parenting Styles?" Proceedings of GREAT Day 2020 (April 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2020/iss1/9

"" James Canning, student author Mathematics

James Canning, "Knot Mosaics: Algorithms and Interface," Proceedings of GREAT Day 2020 (April 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2020/iss1/10

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

Susana Castillo-Rodríguez, Kerry Kautzman, Recaredo Boturu, Cristian Eteo, and Michael Ugarte, The Island Heritage, https://islandheritage.pubpub.org/ (2021).


Susana Castillo-Rodriguez, “Official press in Equatorial Guinea. Tracing colonial and postcolonial governance in Ébano,” in Creating and Opposing Empire: The Role of the Colonial Periodical Press. ed. Adelaide Vieira Machado, Isadora de Ataíde Fonseca, and Sandra Ataíde Lobo (Routledge Studies in Cultural History, 2021).


Susana Castillo-Rodriguez, “La Guinea Española (1903). Fragmentos de “Hablemos en español” de la Revista La Guinea Española (1903),” in AUTORRETRATO DE UN IDIOMA. Crestomatía glotopolítica del español. ed. Daniela Lauria, Mariela Oroño, Darío Rojas, and José del Valle (Lengua de Trapo, 2021).


Susana Castillo-Rodriguez, “El Español en Guinea Ecuatorial. Un análisis desde la lingüística colonial,” in Guinea Ecuatorial (des)conocida. Lo que sabemos, ignoramos, inventamos y deformamos acerca de su pasado y su presente, ed. Juan Aranzadi and Gonzalo Álvarez Chillida (UNED, 2021).


Susana Castillo-Rodriguez, “Cómics sin subtítulos” (A TRANSLATION),” in Guinea Ecuatorial (des)conocida. Lo que sabemos, ignoramos, inventamos y deformamos acerca de su pasado y su presente, ed. Juan Aranzadi and Gonzalo Álvarez Chillida (UNED, 2021).


Gonzalo Álvarez Chillida, Juan Aranzadi, Isabela de Aranzadi, Susana Castillo, Geoffrey W. Jensen, Enrique Martino Martín, Gustau Nerín Abad, Inés Plasencia, Benita Sampedro Vizcaya, Jordi SantGibert, and Alba Valenciano Mañé, “Fuentes escritas, audiovisuales y materiales para el estudio de Guinea Ecuatorial,” in Guinea Ecuatorial (des)conocida. Lo que sabemos, ignoramos, inventamos y deformamos acerca de su pasado y su presente, ed. Juan Aranzadi and Gonzalo Álvarez Chillida (UNED, 2021).

"" Amanda Chestnut Art History

Amanda Chestnut, curator, In This Moment: Revolution, Reckoning, Reparation (Visual Studies Workshop, 2021).

"" Carrie A. Daignault, student author Anthropology

Carrie A. Daignault, "There’s More Than One Way to Skin a Hominin: An Analysis of Plio-Pleistocene East and South African Hominins as Prey," Proceedings of GREAT Day 2020 (April 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2020/iss1/3

Portrait of Ganie DeHart Ganie B. DeHart Psychology

Nina Howe, Nasim Tavassoli, Jamie Leach, Fadwa Farhat, and Ganie Dehart, “ 'This is a pit of fire': The influence of play materials on children’s creativity during play and internal state language," Journal of Research in Childhood Education (November 2020). doi: 10.1080/02568543.2020.1838673


Nasim Tavassoli, Nina Howe, and Ganie DeHart, "Investigating the Development of Prosociality Through the Lens of Refusals: Children's Prosocial Refusals With Siblings and Friends." Merrill-Palmer Quarterly 66, no. 4 (October 2020): 421-46. doi: 10.13110/merrpalmquar1982.66.4.0421.
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/psychology-faculty/17


Amy L. Paine, Nina Howe, Victoria Gilmore, Gassiaa Karajian, and Ganie DeHart, “ 'Goosebump man. That’s funny!' Humor with Siblings and Friends from Early to Middle Childhood," Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (August 2021).


Jamie Leach, Nina Howe, and Ganie DeHart, "Children’s Connectedness with Siblings and Friends from Early to Middle Childhood during Play," Early Education and Development (August 2021): 1-15. doi: 10.1080/10409289.2021.1968733

Steve Derné Steve Derné Sociology

Steve Derné, Nicole Safford, Meagan Odette, Ruben Mercado, Sarah Wright, Nicholas Garmendiz, Lesly Ann Ureña Reyes, Christine Price. Julia Kinel, Amanda Vick, Dana Basile, Samantha Dorn, Chloe Wnuk, Robert McFarlane, Brooke Reich, and Maelee Sanford, "Beyond Disenchantment: Toward a Sociology of Wonder," Sociological Inquiry (August 2021). doi: 10.1111/soin.12457
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/sociology-faculty/1

"" Jaime DeVita, student author Fraser Hall Library

Jaime DeVita and Ethan Owens, eds., The Proceedings of GREAT Day 2020 (April 2021).
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2020

"" Mia Donaldson English, Political Science and International Relations

Mia Donaldson, "tetanus," "Celestial Bitch," and "feast," Gandy Dancer 9, no. 2 (Spring 2021).

"" Samantha Dorn, student author Sociology

Steve Derné, Nicole Safford, Meagan Odette, Ruben Mercado, Sarah Wright, Nicholas Garmendiz, Lesly Ann Ureña Reyes, Christine Price. Julia Kinel, Amanda Vick, Dana Basile, Samantha Dorn, Chloe Wnuk, Robert McFarlane, Brooke Reich, and Maelee Sanford, "Beyond Disenchantment: Toward a Sociology of Wonder," Sociological Inquiry (August 2021). doi: 10.1111/soin.12457
Read it in KnightScholar: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/sociology-faculty/1

"" Tyson B. Empey, student author School of Business

Elizabeth A. Felski and Tyson B. Empey, "Should Blockchain be added to the Accounting Curriculum? Evidence forma Survey of Students, Professionals and Academics," The Accounting Educators' Journal 30 (December 2020).

"" Kayla Eyler, student author

Kayla Eyler, "A Ripening," "March 2018," and "The Fairway Market Hostage Crisis," Gandy Dancer 9, no. 1 (Fall 2020).

Portrait photo Sam Fallon English

Sam Fallon, "Nobody’s Business," in Publicity and the Early Modern Stage, Early Modern Cultural Studies 1500–1700, eds. Allison K. Deutermann, Matthew Hunter, and Musa Gurnis (Palgrave Macmillan, Cham., 2021):217-243. doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-52332-9_10

Portrait of Liz Felski Elizabeth Felski School of Business

Elizabeth A. Felski and Tyson B. Empey, "Should Blockchain be added to the Accounting Curriculum? Evidence forma Survey of Students, Professionals and Academics," The Accounting Educators' Journal 30 (December 2020).

"" Lara Finnerty-Haggerty, student author Biology

Kevin Militello, Lara Finnerty-Haggerty, Ooha Kambhampati, Rebecca Huss, and Rachel Knapp, "DNA cytosine methyltransferase enhances viability during prolonged stationary phase in Escherichia coli," FEMS Microbiology Letters 367, Issue 20 (October 2020): fnaa166. doi: 10.1093/femsle/fnaa166

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