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ARTICLES, ESSAYS, & BOOK CHAPTERS

Ammerman, L.K.,& Brashear, W. A.,  Bartlett, S. N. (2013). Further evidence for the basal divergence of Cheiromeles (Chiroptera: Molossidae). Acta Chiropteroligica 15(2): 307-312.

Bartlett, S.N., McDonough, M.M. & Ammerman, L.K.. (2013). Molecular systematics of bonneted bats (Molossidae: Eumops) based on mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences. Journal of Mammology, 94(4): 867-880.

Frerick, C. & Ammerman, L.K.. (2014). Investigation of hAT and piggyback transposons in mouse-eared bats (Genus: Myotis). Bios, 85(1): 67-72.

Dr. Loren K. Ammerman is a Professor in the Department of Biology, College of Arts & Sciences.

Battaglia, A. (2014). Opportunities of our own making: The struggle for “Academic Freedom”. AAUP Journal of Academic Freedom, 5: 1-20.

Battaglia, A. & Simmons, J. (2013). The writing on the wall: Metonymy, pulse, and the disciplinary intersections of rhetoric and performance studies. Text and Performance Quarterly, 34(1): 9-27.

Dr. Adria Battaglia is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Mass Media, College of Arts & Sciences.

Dr. Jake Simmons is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Mass Media, College of Arts & Sciences.

Bechtol, B.E. (2014). “Aftermath, 1953-2012.” In J.I. Matray & D. W. Boose (Eds.), The Ashgate research companion to the Korean War (pp. 421-434). Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Bechtol, B.E. (2014). The last days of a dynasty: Kim Jong-il and the leadership of North Korea. In F. Jacob (Ed.), Dictatorships without violence? How dictators assert their power (pp. 203-221). Germany: Könighausen & Neumann.

Bechtol, B.E. (2013). The North Korea military under Kim Jong-un evolved or still following a Kim Jong-il script?, International Journal of Korean Studies XVII(2): 93-115.

Dr. Bruce Bechtol is an Associate Professor of Political Science in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts & Sciences.

Bolen, D.M. (2014) After dinners, in the garage, out of doors, and climbing on rocks: Writing aesthetic moments of father-son. In J. Wyatt and T.E. Adams’ (Eds.) On (Writing) Families (pp. 141-147). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Pensoneau-Conway, S.L., Bolen, D.M., Toyosaki, S., Rudick, C.K., & Bolen, E.K. (2014) Self, relationship, positionality, and politics: A community autoethnographic inquiry into collaborative writing Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies 14(4): 312-323.

Dr. Derek M. Bolen is an Assistant Professor of Communication in the Department of Communication and Mass Media, College of Arts & Sciences.

Celso, A.N. (2014) Al Qaeda in Iraq’s (AQI) rebirth and the Syrian Jihad’s coming failure. Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs 2(3).

Celso, A.N. (2014) Al Qaeda’s post-bin Laden resurgence: The paradox of resilience and failure. Mediterranean Quarterly 25(2): 33-47.

Celso, A.N. (2014) Cycles of jihadist movements and the role of irrationality. Orbis 58(2): 229-247.

Dr. Anthony Celso is an Associate Professor in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts & Sciences.

Collins, C.C. (2013). The Point of No Return. Texas Speech Communication Journal 37(10): 41-53.

Dr. Christopher C. Collins is an Assistant Professor of Communication in the Department of Communication and Mass Media, College of Arts & Sciences.

Hart, C.L., Curtis, D.A., Williams, N.M., Hathaway, M.D., & Griffith, J.D. (2014). Do as I say, not as I do: Benevolent deception in romantic relationships. Journal of Relationships Research 5(8): 1-6.

Behimehr, S., Curtis, D.A., Curtis, R.L., and Hart, C.L. (2014). Whose problem is it, anyway? Perceived healthcare providers’ responsibility with postpartum depression. Journal of Reproductive Medicine 59: 139-144.

Dr. Drew Curtis is an Assistant Professor in the Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work, College of Arts & Sciences.

Dalrymple, T. (2013). Not Meanin’ to Shoot Myself. In J. Chappell & M. Robitaille’s (Eds.) Writing Texas, 2013-14 (p. 57). Beaumont, TX: Lamar University Press.

Dalrymple, T. (2013). What I Want You to Know. In L. Champion’s (Ed.) Texas 5 x 5 (pp. 37-44). Nacogdoches, TX: Stephen F. Austin State University Press.

Dr. Terry Dalrymple is a Professor of English in the Department of English and Modern Languages, College of Arts & Sciences.

Reiter, H., Holshouser, A., and Diminnie, C. (2014). The cubic curve is an adding machine. Pi Mu Epsilon Journal, 13(10): 619-624.

Dr. Charles Diminnie is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics, College of Arts & Sciences.

Ellery, C. (2014). Shekinah. In G. Primack’s (Ed.) Union: Poems by forty finalists from the 2014 Alexander and Doris Raynes poetry competition, (pp. 1-2). Accord, NY: Blue Thread Communications.

Dr. Chris Ellery is a Professor in the Department of English and Modern Languages, College of Arts & Sciences.

Garrison, K. (2013). Designing and implementing a low-cost usability testing laboratory: Theoretical justifications and practical considerations. Technical Communication 60(3): 175-189.

Dr. Kevin Garrison is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English and Modern Languages, College of Arts & Sciences.

Cates, S. and Greenwald, B. (2013). How the gastroenterology nurse and provider can implement prescriptive exercise. Gastroenterology Nursing 36(5): 341-4.

Dr. Beverly Greenwald is an Associate Professor in the Department of Nursing, College of Health and Human Services.

Hack, T.. (2014). Forming impressions: Effects of facial expression and gender stereotypes. Psychological Reports: Mental & Physical Health, 114(2): 1-15.

Hack, T., Goodwin, S., and Fiske, S.T. (2013). Warmth trumps competence in evaluations of both in-group and out-group. International Journal of Science Commerce and Humanities 1(6): 99-105.

Dr. Teresa “Tay” Hack is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work, College of Health and Human Services.

Hall, R.R. (2013). “Red and Grey” and “Wu We.” Hidden Treasure Art Magazine (Yearbook 2014): 243.

Mr. Randy Hall is an Associate Professor in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, College of Arts and Sciences.

Husein, J. (2014). Are exports and imports cointegrated? Evidence from nine mena countries. Applied Econometrics and International Development 14(1): 123-132.

Dr. Jamal Husein is a Professor in the Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance; College of Business.

Kreitler, C.M., Stenmark, C.K., Rodarte, A.M., and DuMond, R.P. (2014). Aced it: A tool for improved ethical and moral decision-making. Journal of Moral Education 2014.

Dr. Crystal Kreitler is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work; College of Health and Human Services.

Roden, T.E. and LeGrand, R. (2014). Experiences teaching a course in android game development. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Foundations of Digital Games (FDG 2014). Society for the Advancement of the Science of Digital Games, April 2014.

Roden, T.E., LeGrand, R., Fernandez, R., Brown, J., Deaton, J. (ED), and Ross, J. Jr. (2014). Development of a smart insole tracking system for physical therapy and athletics. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments (PETRA 2014). ACM Press, May 2014.

Dr. Robert LeGrand is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences.

Haider, R. and Martinez, E. (2014). Engaging transit riders in public awareness programs. Journal of Public Transportation 17(1): 21-41.

Dr. Eduardo Martinez is an Instructor in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences.

Phelps, J. (2013). Teaching software intensive GIS courses to online emergency management and homeland security students. The CIP Report 12(5): 15-19.

Dr. James Phelps is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences.

Schonberg, J. (2012). Discursive competition: Narrative tensions in Chinese literacy and socio-religious discourse. Proceedings from the 3rd Annual International Conference on Language, Literature and Linguistics L3 2014(3). Bangkok, Thailand: GSTF.

Dr. Jeff Schonberg is a Professor in the Department of English and Modern Languages, College of Arts and Sciences.

Simmons, J., Lowery-Hart, R., Wahl, S.T., and McBride, C. (2013). Understanding the African-American student experience in higher education through a relational dialectics perspective. Communication Education 62(4): 376-394.

Wahl, S.T. and Simmons, J. (2014). Are diversity and inclusion efforts in higher education working? An intercultural communication perspective. Communication Currents 9(1).

Dr. Jake Simmons is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Mass Media, College of Arts and Sciences.

Taylor, W.A. (2014). “The United Nations.” In J.I. Matray & D.W. Boose (Eds.) The Ashgate research companion to the Korean War (pp. 97-108). Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Dr. William Taylor is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences.

Vinklarek, J. (2012). “The unearthed” and “Swerve”. Hidden Treasure Art Magazine (Yearbook 2014): 200.

Mr. John Vinklarek is a Professor in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, College of Arts and Sciences.

Sestric, G., Ferguson, S., Wright, I., and Williams, S. (2014). Angular distributions of x-rays emitted following L3 ionization of Au atoms by electron impact. Radiation Physics and Chemistry 102(2014): 40-43.

Dr. Scott Williams is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Geosciences, College of Arts and Sciences.

MONOGRAPHS

Bechtol B.E. (2014). North Korea and regional security in the Kim Jong-un era.. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dr. Bruce Bechtol is an Associate Professor of Political Science in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts & Sciences.

Celso, A. (2014). Al-Queda’s post-9/11 devolution: The failed jihadist struggle against the near and far enemy. New York, NY: Bloomsbury.

Dr. Anthony Celso is an Associate Professor in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts & Sciences.

Calvert, R.A., DeLéon, A. & Cantrell, G. (2014). The history of Texas. (5th ed.). Malden, MA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Dr. Arnoldo DeLéon is a Professor in the Department of History, College of Arts & Sciences.

Heineman, K.J.. (2013). Civil war dynasty: The Ewing family of Ohio. New York, NY: New York University Press.

Dr. Kenneth Heineman is a Professor in the Department of History, College of Arts & Sciences.

Phelps, J.R., Dailey, J., and Koenigsberg, M. (2014). Border security. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

Dr. James Phelps is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Jeffrey Dailey is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts & Sciences.

Dr. Monica Koenigsberg is an Associate Professor in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts & Sciences.

Taylor, W.A. (2014). Every citizen a soldier: The campaign for universal military training after World War II. Williams-Ford Texas A&M University Military History Series 146. College Station: Texas A&M University Press.

Dr. William Taylor is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences.

MULTIMEDIA

Baley, V. (2014). Multiple personae: The family of clarinets [Bonenfant, T., clarinets and Schneider, M., piano] [CD]. Las Vegas, NC: Troppe Note/Cambra.

Dr. Timothy Bonenfant is an Associate Professor in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, College of Arts and Sciences.

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