Recent Faculty Books, Articles, and Exhibits


Barbara Abrams, Humanities and Modern Languages, has published a book, Le Bizarre and Le Décousu in the Novels and Theoretical Works of Denis Diderot: How the Idea of Marginality Originated in Eighteenth-Century France.

Edward G. Bartick, Chemistry and Biochemistry, has published “Infrared Microscopy and Its Forensic Applications” in Forensic Science Handbook, Vol. III 2nd edition;  “Analysis of titanium dioxide in synthetic fibers using Raman microspectroscopy” (co-authored with Brandi C. Vann, S. Michael Angel, James E. Hendrix, and Stephen L. Morgan) in Applied Spectroscopy, Vol. 63, Issue 4, pp. 407-411, 2009; and “Non-invasive Detection of Superimposed Latent Fingerprints and Inter-ridge Trace Evidence by Infrared Spectroscopic Imaging,” (co-authored with Rohit Bhargava, Rebecca Schwartz Perlman, Daniel C. Fernandez, and Ira W. Levin) in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Volume 394, Number 8/August, 2009.

Michael Basseches, Psychology, has published Psychotherapy as a Developmental Process (co-authored with Michael F. Mascolo) as part of the Routledge Mental Health Series, July 2009.

Mark S. Blodgett, Law School. His article “Foreign Direct Investment, Trade, and China’s Competition Laws” (co-authored with Richard J. Hunter and Robert M. Hayden) appeared in the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, Vol. 37, No.2, spring 2009.

Joseph De Quattro, English.  His short story, “Exits,” from his book of linked stories, Westlake’s Collected Interruptions, was published in Zahir, A Journal of Speculative Fiction, Issue 20, (fall 2009). 

Carol Dine, English, has published the book Van Gogh in Poems (Bitter Oleander Press 2009).

Nina Huntemann, Communication and Journalism, edited Joystick Soldiers: The Politics of Play in Military Video Games with Matthew Thomas Payne.  The book was published by Routledge in August 2009.

Roberto Domínguez, Government, published a book chapter “La Unión Europea: Actualidad y Perspectivas de un Sistema Regional de Gobernanza Integradora,” (co-authored with Omar Espana)  in Continuidad y Cambio en los Escenarios Regionales: Una Visión Prospectiva.

Ross Fuerman, Accounting.  His article “Bernard Madoff and the Solo Auditor Red Flag” was published in the Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting on page 1, Issue 1, Vol.1, p.1. The article can be viewed at

Shahriar Khaksari, Finance.  His paper “Determining CEO Compensation Structure” (co-authored with H. Mehran and H. Tehranian) has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Finance.

Micky Lee, Communication and Journalism.  Her article "constructed global space, constructed citizenship" will be published in the journal Javnost-The Public.

Peter Jeffreys, English, edited The Forster– Cavafy Letters: Friends at a Slight Angle, (American University in Cairo Press).  A Greek translation will be published by Ikaros Press.

Monty Link, Philosophy, had a paper “Marks of Mathematical Concepts” published in the proceedings of the 32nd Annual International Wittgenstein Symposium.

Lydia Martin, NESAD, had an oil painting Tiempo included in the 113th Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club Open Juried International Exhibition at the National Arts Club, Gramercy Park, New York City.  Melanie Maung, a former NESAD student, posed for the portrait.

Raul and Carlos de la Fuente Marcos, Physics, Madrid Campus, had an article "Hierarchical Star Formation in the Milky Way Disk" published in The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 700, Issue 1, July 20, 2009, pp. 436-446.

Ronald Suleski, director, Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies, is a contributor to the Encyclopedia of Modern China (Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2009).

Georges Tsafack, Finance, has an article “Asymmetric Dependence Implications for Extreme Risk Management” in the Journal of Derivatives, Vol. 17, No. 1: pp. 7-20 (fall 2009).

Kathy Vinson, Legal Practice Skills, has published two articles: “Teaching in Practice: Legal Writing Faculty as Expert Writing Consultants to Law Firms” (with Joan Blum) in Mercer Law Review, Vol. 60, p. 761 (2009) and “Watch, Listen, and Learn” in the Suffolk Law School Alumni Magazine (fall 2008).  The second edition of her book Legal Analysis: The Fundamental Skill (co-authored with David S. Romantz) has been published by Carolina Academic Press.


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