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Submissions from 2021

Anti-Jacobin Rhetoric, Jeffrey Burson

Early Modern Renovations of the Sacred and the Entangled Emergence of the Enlightenment, Jeffrey D. Burson

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New Imperial Rhetoric in Contemporary Policy and Popular Media, Chris Cartright and Jane V. Rago

Higher Education and the Precarity of WGSS Programs, Lisa A. Costello

Space as a Facilitator of Exchange: Programming at American Holocaust Museums during the Pandemic, Lisa A. Costello

FIKA With Fellows, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Managing Difficult Conversations Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Managing Difficult Conversations Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Unpacking Privilege Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Unpacking Privilege Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Unpacking Privilege Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design: Visiting artist/speaker, Jason Hoelscher

Linguistically responsive instruction and responding to student writing: A research synthesis, Jinrong Li

Teaching multilingual writing students through game-based activities, Jinrong Li

Inclusive Grammars, Alternative Perspectives, Nuanced Meanings, Jinrong Li, D. Rossen-Knill, W. Gegg-Harrison, C. Paraskevas, A. Rose, and M. Gapotchenko

Cutting Down E Commerce Packaging Waste, Santanu Majumdar

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Cutting Down E-Commerce Packaging Waste, Santanu Majumdar

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Cutting Down E-Commerce Packaging Waste, Santanu Majumdar

Embodying History: Hip-Hop Dance as Resistance and Protest, Sarah E. McCarroll

The Key Plays: A House Divided, Sarah E. McCarroll

Beat Perception, Rhythm Perception, and Error Detection, Bryan E. Nichols and Laura A. Stambaugh

Media in the Wake of COVID and the Uprisings, Kendra R. Parker

‘The Portrait Was a Black Madonna’: Octavia E. Butler, Politics of Representation, and the Black Church, Kendra R. Parker

“The Portrait was a Black Madonna”: Octavia E. Butler, Politics of Representation, and the Black Church, Kendra R. Parker

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The Parable of the Sower: An Octavia E. Butler Book Discussion, Kendra R. Parker and Kristen Lillvis

A Beginners Guide to Music and the Brain, Laura A. Stambaugh

A Multi-Modal Study of Woodwind Articulation Performance, Laura A. Stambaugh

A Multi-Modal Study of Woodwind Articulation Performance, Laura A. Stambaugh

Motion Capture Technology With Beginning Woodwind Learning, Laura A. Stambaugh

Submissions from 2020

Rethinking Religion in Eighteenth-Century France, Jeffrey Burson

Leaping the Precipice: The State of Enlightenment Scholarship and the Promise of Historical Entanglement, Jeffrey D. Burson

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The Theological Revolution of Enlightenment, Jeffrey D. Burson

What Is Enlightenment? Revisiting Kant’s Potentially Unanswerable Question, Jeffrey D. Burson

Hospitality as a Rhetorical Lens to Understand Empowerment and Leadership in the Workplace and Avenues to Build Inclusive Workplace Practices, Lisa A. Costello

G-Men Heroes and Deep-State Thugs: Analysis of Hollywood’s Historical Representation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Dean Cummings

Political Ads: Political Advertising is a Windfall of Profit for Television Stations, Dean Cummings

Social Penetration Theory and the Spam Correspondence of the Presidential Campaign, Dean Cummings

Art and Information, Anthropocene and Infocene, Jason Hoelscher

Montserrat College of Art: Visiting artist/speaker, Jason Hoelscher

[FLOW] OS meets Complex Systems Aesthetics, Jason Hoelscher, Radu Negulescu, and Capucine Gros

Assessing Multimodal Writing in L2 Contexts: A Research Synthesis, Jinrong Li

One-way communication or purposeful dialogue: An empirical study of writing instructors’ feedback practices, Jinrong Li

Writing pedagogy in teaching ESL/EFL writing: A research synthesis, Jinrong Li

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LILAC and Citation Project: Pedagogical Implications, Jinrong Li and Sandra Jamieson

Cutting Down E-Commerce Packaging Waste, Santanu Majumdar

Back in the Narrative’: Creating the Citizen Body in Hamilton, Sarah E. McCarroll

African American Journeys to 2020, Kendra R. Parker

To be Black, female, and immigrant—oh, the horror!: The Vampire Queen in Richard Wenk’s Vamp, Kendra R. Parker

Abolition in American Literature: A Nation Removes Its Shackles—Frederick Douglass, David Walker, and Harriet Jacobs, Kendra R. Parker

‘...in the fresh young darkness close together ’:Teaching Redefining Realness, Kendra R. Parker

I Studied My History; I Studied My Past: Culture, Gender, and Race in Beyoncé’s Homecoming, Kendra R. Parker

Revisión de un México rural en Adiós, Tomasa de Geney Beltrán: paridad y violencia en la realidad cotidiana, Dolores Rangel

Development of Fine Motor Skills During the Earliest Stages of Learning a Wind Instrument, Laura A. Stambaugh

To Own What She Knows: Women, Knowledge, and Property in the Nineteenth-Century United States, Felicity M. Turner

“A Reading with South85 Journal” Reader, Laura Valeri

Contemplating a Paradise Lost, Laura Valeri

Creative and Career-Minded Processes from the Classroom and Beyond, Laura Valeri

Submissions from 2019

Traumatisme Personnel ou Fantasme Olympique Dans W ou le Souvenir D’Enfance de Georges Perec, Olga Amarie

Raising a Radical: Emilie Ashurst and Nineteenth-Century Social Networks, Allison Scardino Belzer

The Power of Parentage and Parenting in the Middle Class: William Henry Ashurst's Commitment to Reform, Allison Scardino Belzer

Guest Speaker: Georgia Southern University Phi Alpha Theta Inauguration, Jeffrey D. Burson

Sacred and Secular Enlightening between Freemasonry and Catholicism in an Ear of Cultural Revolution, Jeffrey D. Burson

Theodicy and Humanity: Resolving the Problem of Evil in the French Enlightenment, Jeffrey D. Burson

The Odyssey of Eighteenth-Century Scholarship & the Entangled Emergence of the Enlightenment, Jeffrey D. Burson

Can Survey Data Queer a Southern Campus? Re-evaluating Space with Results of a Campus-wide Student Perception Survey of Life, Sex, and Sexuality, Lisa A. Costello

The Bureaucratic (Im)possibilities of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Lisa A. Costello

Why Comics Matter: History and Memory in Art Spiegelman’s Maus, Lisa A. Costello

G-Men Heroes or Deep State Thugs: Hollywood's Historical Representation of the FBI, Dean Cummings

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Political Cash Cows: US Television Stations Remain Relevant and Lucrative Because of Political Campaigns, Dean Cummings

Communication & Collaboration: Creating Stronger Office Collaborations, Lisa Dusenberry

Coding to Compose, Lisa Dusenberry and Joy Robinson

Script Presentation: Counter Revolution Respondent, John Goshorn

Script Presentation: What is Done Respondent, John Goshorn

Art in an Era of Ambient Technology: Information as Difference, Art as Differencing, Jason Hoelscher

Art, Information, and the Aesthetic Singularity, Jason Hoelscher

Combinatorial Creativity and Constraint in Adjacent Possibility Space, Jason Hoelscher

Dialogue and Disruption in the Studio Classroom, Jason Hoelscher

Information Efflorescence and Aesthetic Space: On the Post-Object Artwork as Differential Field Condition, Jason Hoelscher

Museum of Contemporary Art: Denver: Visiting artist/speaker, Jason Hoelscher

Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design: Visiting artist, Jason Hoelscher

Language, grammar, and power, Jinrong Li

Understand the challenges in writing facing multilingual students, Jinrong Li

Language learning needs of basic writers and multilingual writers: Similarities and differences, Jinrong Li and Peggy J. Lindsey

Rethinking the Role of Feedback in Performance Composition, Jinrong Li, Peggy Lindsey, and Warren Merkel

Design Thinking Workshop 2019, Santanu Majumdar

Ideation Workshop 2019, Santanu Majumdar

Thinking Through Making, Santanu Majumdar

Back in the Narrative’: Creating the Citizen Body in Hamilton, Sarah E. McCarroll

"One Man’s Vision of the World”: Yeats and the Abbey Theatre, Sarah E. McCarroll

A painter and her muses, Mia Merlin

Pentimento: The Beauty of the Search, Mia Merlin

The Landings Art Association, Mia Merlin

Harnessing the Shadows: Ghosts, Vampires, and Undying Relationships to Our Past, Kendra R. Parker

Her Bondage and Her Freedom? Roxane Gay’s Hunger as Kin to Emancipatory Narratives, Kendra R. Parker

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The role of Turnitin in peer review: Comparing L1 and L2 students’ use of PeerMark and their perceptions, Kevin Psonak, Mimi Li, and Jinrong Li

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Jóvenes cronistas mexicanas: conciencia moral e identidad nacional, Dolores Rangel

La memoria colectiva: cronistas mexicanas del siglo XXI, Dolores Rangel