5/17/2017 Peter Durantine

Faculty Focus

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

Notable:

Associate Professor of Organization Studies Bryan Stinchfield lectured at the U.S. Army War College in February on U.S. Foreign Policy and Petroleum.  

In Print:

Professor of Mathematics Annalisa Crannell and two others

“The Image of a Square”

American Mathematical Monthly

February 2017 Mathematical Association of America.  

Associate Professor of Astronomy Fronefield Crawford and 22 others

“The Repeating Fast Radio Burst FRB 121102: Multi-Wavelength Observations and Additional Bursts”

The Astrophysical Journal

Dec. 20, 2016, The American Astronomical Society

Associate Professor of Astronomy Fronefield Crawford and 34 others

“Timing of Five Palfa-Discovered Millisecond Pulsars”

The Astrophysical Journal

Dec. 20, 2016, The American Astronomical Society

Associate Professor of Astronomy Fronefield Crawford and 33 others

“Two Long-Term Intermittent Pulsars Discovered in the Palfa Survey”

The Astrophysical Journal

Jan. 1, 2017, The American Astronomical Society

Associate Professor of Astronomy Fronefield Crawford and 40 others

“Timing of 29 Pulsars Discovered in the Palfa Survey”

The Astrophysical Journal

Jan. 10, 2017, The American Astronomical Society

Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology Joel Eigen

“Mad Doctors in the Dock’ Defending the Diagnosis, 1760-1913”

John Hopkins University Press 2016

Assistant Professor of Psychology & Scientific and Philosophical Studies of Mind Lauren Howard and four others

“Social Models Enhance Apes’ Memory for Novel Events”

Scientific Reports, Jan. 20, 2017

Collection Development Librarian Thomas Karel 
Review of “Jack and Norman: A State-Raised Convict and the Legacy of Norman Mailer’s ‘The Executioner’s Song.’”

Thomas Dunne: St. Martin’s

Literary Journal, January 2017

Collection Development Librarian Thomas Karel 
Review of “Grown-Up Anger: The Connected Mysteries of Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, and the Calumet Massacre of 1913.”

Harper

Literary Journal, April 1, 2017

Assistant Professor of Psychology Joshua Rottman and two others.

“The Impact of Testimony on Children’s Moralization of Novel Actions”

Emotion

Feb. 13, 2017, http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/emo0000276 

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