• Recent Faculty Books, Articles and Exhibits

3/7/2011

Khaled Amira, Finance. His paper “Competition among Stock Exchanges for Equity” (co-authored with Mark Muzere) has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Banking and Finance.

Gloria Boone and Cynthia Irizarry, Communication and Journalism, have published “Spanish Content on Hospital Websites: An Analysis of U.S. Hospitals in Concentrated Latino Communities” (with Linda Gallant) in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Vol.15, 2010.

James Cataldo and Alex Yen, Accounting. Their manuscript “Ratings Users Beware: Using Information from the Credit Default Swap Market to Validate Credit Assessments” was accepted for publication in the CPA Journal.

Cynthia Irizarry, Communication and Journalism, published the case study “Where does it hurt? The impact of gender diversity in a medical practice” in Case Studies for Organizational Communication: Understanding Communication Processes, 2010, Oxford University Press.

Charles Kindregan and Maureen McBrien, Law School, have published Assisted Reproductive Technology: A Lawyer’s Guide to the Emerging Law and Science, 2nd ed., American Bar Association.

Micky Lee, Communication and Journalism, has contributed eight keywords to the forthcoming Encyclopedia of Gender in Media (Sage).

Quentin Miller, English, has published two review essays: on Gary Amdahl’s novella collection I Am Death in the fall 2010 issue of The Review of Contemporary Fiction and on Magdalena Zaborowska’s study “James Baldwin’s Turkish Decade: Erotics of Exile” in Comparative Literature Studies,winter 2010. He also published “James Baldwin’s Critical Reception” in the collection Critical Insights: James Baldwin, pages 95– 109 (Salem Press) and a short story “3 × 2” in the online journal Prick of the Spindle vol. 4.4. It is available at:
www.prickofthespindle.com/fiction/4.4/miller/3by2.htm.

 Susan M. Orsillo, Psychology, has published The Mindful Way through Anxiety: Break Free from Chronic Worry and Reclaim Your Life (co-authored with Lizabeth Roemer).

 Gerald Peary, Communication and Journalism, who is a long-time film critic for the Boston Phoenix, is writing feature articles on film series, film history and related topics for the Sunday Boston Globe. He has published pieces on Elaine May, Orson Welles, Ingmar Bergman, Charlie Chaplin and Chinese filmmaker Lou Ye, among others.

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