Recent Faculty Publications



College of Arts and Sciences

“Playing a Mean Guitar: The Legacy of Staggerlee in Baldwin and Morrison,” an essay by Quentin Miller, English, was published in James Baldwin and Toni Morrison: Comparative Critical and Theoretical Essays, edited by Lovalerie King and Lynn Orilla Scott. New York: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2006: 121-148.

The article “Engineers Are Thinking Green Too! Green Engineering and Cradle-to-Cradle Design,” by Patricia Hogan of the Physics Department, was accepted for publication in The New England Association of Chemistry Teachers Journal.

Paul Bachman, Alfonso Sanchez-Penalver and David Tuerck, Beacon Hill Institute; Jonathan Haughton, Beacon Hill Institute and Economics; and Laurence Kotlikoff of Boston University have published an article, “Taxing Sales under the Fair Tax: What Rate Works,” in  the November issue of Tax Notes.

Mike Chapman, History, has published an article, “Pro-Franco Anti-Communism: Ellery Sedgwick and the Atlantic Monthly,” in the Journal of Contemporary History, 41:4 (October 2006), pp. 641-62.  He also edited Lessons of the War in Spain, by Maurice Duval. (Trebarwyth Press, 2006).

College of Arts and Sciences Associate Dean Sebastian Royo had three articles printed in the Spanish newspaper Cinco Dias: “Sègolene Royal y los Socialistas Franceses” Nov. 6, 2006, p.16;  “La Fuerza del Boom Hispano en EE UU” Oct. 23, 2006, p. 25; and “Elecciones en EE UU” Oct. 9, 2006, p. 16.  He also published two book chapters: “Spain and Portugal in the European Union: Misión Accomplished?” in The European Union and the Member States: Cooperation, Coordination, and Compromise (New York: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2006) and “The Challenges of EU Integration: Iberian Lessons for Eastern Europe” in Towards the Completion of Europe (Miami: Jean Monnet EU Chair, University of Miami, 2006).

Marjorie Attignol Salvodon, Humanities and Modern Languages, wrote a short essay inspired by the film, “Un Amour à taire,” directed by Christian Faure, for the Boston Jewish Film Festival program book (November 2006).

Duncan Vinson, Humanities and Modern Languages, has published “‘As Far From Secular, Operatic, Rag-time, and Jig Melodies As Is Possible’: Religion and the Resurgence of Interest in The Sacred Harp, 1895-1911,” in the Journal of American Folklore 119: 413-43 (Fall 2006).

Sawyer Business School

Richard Beinecke, Public Management, has edited two journal issues on implementing evidence-based mental health practices.  An article, “Guest Editors’ Introduction: Evidence-Based Mental Health Practices and Performance Measures in Massachusetts,” with Don Shapard and Clare Hurley of Brandeis, was published in Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services 32(6), November 2006, and “Guest Editor’s Introduction: Evidence-Based Mental Health Practices,” appeared in the International Journal of Mental Health 35 (3), September 2006.

Law School

Eric Blumenson, Law School.  His article, “The Challenge of a Global Standard of Justice,” was published in the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law and in Spanish in the Ditella University Law Review (Argentina).

Renée Landers, Law School, has published “Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose:  The Representation of People of Color (and Women) in Boston Law Firms,” 50 Boston Bar J. 15 (Nov./Dec. 2006).
Michael Rustad, Law School, has published “Software Licensing” in The Licensing Journal, p. 24, June/July 2006.

Miguel Schor, Law School, has published “Constitutionalism Through the Looking Glass of Latin America,” 41 Texas International Law Journal 1 (2006) and “The Rule of Law” in Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives (David Clark ed., 2006).


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