Alissa Stoehr, Assistant Teaching Professor in the Women’s and Gender Studies Program, has published three articles in “Women’s Lives Around the World: A Global Encyclopedia.” The three articles are titled: -Anti-Human Trafficking Organizations; -Women Baseball Players in Cuba; -Canada Published by ABC-CLIO in 2018, this multi-volume reference set provides an in-depth look at the lives … Continue reading Assistant Teaching Professor Alissa Stoehr published
Alissa Stoehr, Assistant Teaching Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, together with Heather Rellihan, Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies at Anne Arundel Community College, co-authored a book chapter “The Status of Women’s and Gender Studies at Community Colleges” in the 2019 book “Theory and Praxis: Women’s and Gender Studies at Community Colleges.” Published by … Continue reading Assistant Teaching Professor Alissa Stoehr publishes book
Shannon Harper, assistant professor of sociology, received the Outstanding Dissertation Award from the Graduate College and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago last month for her dissertation, “A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Neighborhood Domestic Violence Resources and Intimate Partner Homicide.” Harper’s research uses a mixed-methods analysis to look … Continue reading Shannon Harper receives dissertation award
Daniel Krier, professor of sociology, recently published his study, “Shakespeare’s Plays of Deranged Authority: The King’s Three Bodies,” in the journal Fast Capitalism. In his paper, Krier discusses how Shakespeare’s history play, “King John,” which depicts the problems that arise when legitimate political authority is deranged, has contemporary relevance, especially following the U.S. elections in … Continue reading Daniel Krier publishes study comparing Shakespearean kings to current leadership
Matt DeLisi, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean’s Professor and professor of sociology, has published a paper titled “Homicidal Ideation and Forensic Psychopathology: Evidence From the 2016 Nationwide Emergency Department Sample (NEDS)” in the Aug. 12, 2019, online edition of the Journal of Forensic Sciences. DeLisi’s co-authors are Jason Carbone, Wayne State University; Katherine … Continue reading Matt DeLisi published in Journal of Forensic Sciences
Children of divorce are less likely to earn a four-year or graduate degree, according to new research. Researchers says it is important to understand this relationship as more jobs require a graduate or professional degree.