Recent Faculty Books, Articles and Exhibits

4/29/2010

Eric Bellone and Graham Kelder, Paralegal Studies program, Education and Human Services. Their article “Drug Court Contract Issues under the Model Drug Offender Accountability and Treatment Act” was accepted for publication in the International Law and Policy Review.

Melanie Berkmen, Chemistry and Biochemistry. Her research “Cytoplasmic acidification and the benzoate transcriptome in Bacillus subtilis” with collaborator Joan Slonczewski of Kenyon College was published in the journal PLoS ONE, Vol. 4, Issue 12, 2009.

Tom Connolly, English, has published the book Genus Envy: Nationalities, Identities, and the Performing Body of Work (Cambria Press).

Micky Lee, Communication and Journalism.  Her article "Google ads and the Blindspot Debate" will be published in Media, Culture, and Society.

Lydia Martin, NESAD, showed her oil painting, “La Estrella: Portrait of Jemima Pierre,” at the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club member’s exhibition at the Broome Street Gallery in SoHo, New York City. The portrait is part of a series of works Martin is creating based on the Mexican children’s card game, Loteria. On hand for the reception was Martin’s former student and Suffolk alumna Jemima Pierre, who posed for the painting holding the La Estrella card. 

David Silverstein, Business Law and Ethics.  His article, “The Rule of Law Metric,” with research assistant Dan Hohler, was accepted for publication in the American Business Law Journal.

Ronald Suleski, director, Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies.  His book review “故都新貌: 遷都後到抗戰前的北平城市消費 (“The Old Capital in a New Guise: Market Consumerism after Moving the Capital South to the Beginning of the War of Resistance against Japan [1928-1937]”) was published in the Journal of Oriental Studies, 42. 1-2, pp. 215-218, (2010). University of Hong Kong and Stanford University. He also wrote the introduction to 從哈佛看中國: 中國問題學術演講集 (China Seen from Harvard: A Collection of  Essays from the China Study Seminar). Beijing: People’s Publishing House, 2010.

Bryan Trabold, English.  His article “Walking the Cliff’s Edge: The New Nation’s Rhetoric of Resistance in Apartheid South Africa” was published in College Composition and Communication, Vol. 61, No. 2, December 2009.

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