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A regular recap of the achievements and published works of the faculty and professional staff at Franklin & Marshall College

Associate Professor of American Studies and Women's & Gender Studies Alison Kibler's book, "The Devil's Melting Pot: Irish, Jewish and African American Protests against Racial Ridicule, 1890-1930," has been accepted by the board of UNC Press for publication this fall.

The American Studies Association appointed Visiting Assistant Professor of American Studies David Kieran to an "International Delegation on War and Peace." Kieran will attend the European American Studies Association meeting at The Hague in the Netherlands, April 3-6, 2014.

Arthur and Katherine Shadek Professor of Humanities and American Studies David Schuyler participated in a scholarly forum, "The Nineteenth-Century Hudson River and National Identity," published in The Hudson River Valley Review 29.2 (Spring 2013). 

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In Print:

Lewis Audenreid Professor of History and Archaeology and Chair of the Anthropology Department Misty Bastian and two others

"The Women's War of 1929: Gender and Violence in Colonial Nigeria"

Palagrave MacMillian, pp. 278, Softcover 2011, 2013

Assistant Professor of Organization Studies Nancy Kurland and Assistant Professor of International Business Sara Jane McCaffrey

"Localism, Leaders, and the Search for Legitimacy"

AMPROC, January 2013: 16194 

Associate Professor of Art Virginia Maksymowicz

Book Chapter: "Gibellina: Where Art Renews Life," "Artists Reclaim the Commons: New Works/New Territories/New Publics;" Glenn Harper and Twylene Moyer, editors; Hamilton, N.J.: International Sculpture Center Press; 2013; pp. 95-99.

Associate Professor of Art Virginia Maksymowicz

"William Kentridge's The Refusal of Time," at the Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo, Rome

Sculpture Magazine, Vol. 32, No. 6, pp. 68-69; July/August 2013

Associate Professor of Art Virginia Maksymowicz

"Where the Bones Lie, Rebuild," Group Exhibition: "Material Witness,"

Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Ga., Sept 9-Nov. 22, 2013.

Read a review.

Assistant Professor of International Business Sara Jane McCaffrey and Assistant Professor of Organization Studies Nancy Kurland

"Promoting Ethical Consumption or Protecting Local Elites? Tensions in the US 'Buy Local' Movement"



AMPROC, January 2013: 10495 

B.F. Fackenthal Jr. Professor of Biology Emeritus John McDermott

"The Distribution of Ocypode quadrata, Atlantic Ghost Crab (Decapoda: Brachyura: Ocypodidae) Megalopae, beyond the Presumptive Northern Boundary of Adult Populations in the Northwest Atlantic"

Northeastern Naturalist, (pp. 578-586) 2013, Vol. 20, No. 4

Assistant Professor of Organization Studies and Management William Schneper
and two others

"Environmental Munificence, Prior Experience, and the Prevalence of Cross-border Acquisitions"


AMPROC, January 2013: 15895 

Arthur and Katherine Shadek Professor of Humanities and American Studies David Schuyler

"The American Revolution Remembered in the Hudson River Valley"

Hudson River Valley Review 30.1 (Fall 2013): 3-17 

Assistant Professor of Anthropology Scott Smith

"Late Formative Period Spatial Organization at Khonkho Wankane, Bolivia"

In Advances in Titicaca Basin Archaeology II, edited by Alexei Vranich and Abigail R. Levine, 23-44. Los Angeles, Calif.: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, 2013

Assistant Professor of Biology Sybil Gotsch and five others

"Foggy days and dry nights determine crown-level water balance in a seasonal tropical montane cloud forest,"

Cover article

Plant, Cell & Environment, pp. 261-272, Vol. 37, No. 1, 2014, John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Assistant Professor of Biology Sybil Gotsch

"Water uptake from fog in a tropical montane cloud forest"

Cover photo

Plant, Cell & Environment, Vol. 37, No. 1, 2014, John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

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