Babette Babich, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of philosophy, published La Fin de la Pensée? Philosophie Analytique Contre Philosophie Continentale (Harmattan, 2012).

Christopher J. Bender, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of chemistry, associate director of Environmental Policy, and adviser of the Cooperative Program in Engineering, published a chapter in Electron Magnetic Resonance (Oxford: Elsevier, 2012).

Carolyn A. Brown, Ph.D., GSE,
associate professor of education, published a chapter in Are Native American Schools a Viable Means of Enhancing Student Achievement? (Sage, 2012).

Edward Cahill, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of English, published Liberty of the Imagination: Aesthetic Theory, Literary Form, and Politics in the Early United States (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012).

Gerald Cattaro, Ed. D., GSE,
chair of the Division of Educational Leadership Administration and Policy and executive director of the Center for Catholic School Leadership and Faith-based Education, published “Emotional Literacy: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” in NCEA Reach Notes and “The Legal Rights of Students with Disabilities in Christian Schools” in The Journal of Research in Christian Education.

Elaine Congress, D.S.W., GSS,
associate dean of GSS and professor of social work, published a chapter on “Social Work with Refugees” in Refugees around the World  series. She presented a paper at the International Federation of Social Work World Conference in Stockholm this summer.

John Davenport, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of philosophy, published Narrative Identity, Autonomy, and Mortality (Routledge, 2012).

Yi Ding, Ph.D., GSE,
associate professor of school psychology, published “Learning from Comparing Multiple Examples: On the Dilemma of ‘Similar’ or ‘Different’” in Educational Psychology Review.

Mary C. Erler, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of English, published “The Effects of Exile on English Monastic Spirituality: William Peryn’s Spirituall Exercyses” in the Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies.

Albert Greco, Ph.D., BUS,
professor of marketing, presented “A SWOT Analysis of Educational Publishing: K-12 and Higher Education Textbooks” at George Washington University on July 9 and “Book Prices, Book Retailing, and Bestsellers: 2000-2011” at The Library of Congress and The Catholic University of America on July 30. He also published “The Price of University Press Books: 2009-2011” in The Journal of Scholarly Publishing with Robert M. Wharton, Ph.D., BUS, and Falguni Sen, Ph.D., BUS.

Iftekhar Hasan, Ph.D., BUS,
professor of finance and the Corrigan Chair in International Business and Finance, published Foreign IPOs: The Experience of Israeli Firms (Edward Elgar Pub, 2012) and “Growth Strategies and Value Creation: What Works Best for Stock Exchanges?” in Financial Review.

Steven Franks, Ph.D., A&S
assistant professor of biology, published “Genetic Variation and Evolution of Secondary Compounds in Native and Introduced Populations of the Invasive Plant Melaleuca Quinquenervia” in Evolution.

Beth Knobel, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of communication and media studies, presented “How Watchdog Reporting is Changing in the Internet Era” and “The Dymovskii Effect and Internet Politics in Russia” at the International Communication Association (ICA) conference.

Aristotle Papanikolaou, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of theology and co-founding director of the Orthodox Christian Studies Program, published “The Doctrine of the Trinity: Its History and Meaning,” in The Orthodox Christian World (Routledge, 2012) and “Creation as Dynamic Intentionality: Vladimir Lossky’s Metaphysics of Love,” in Creation and Salvation, Vol 2:  A Companion on Recent Theological Movements (LIT:  2012).

Robert J. Penella, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of classics, published “Julianus Imperator,” “Oribasius Pergamenus,” “Pamprepios,” and “Magnus Carrhaeu” in Brill’s New Jacoby.

William Thornhill, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of biology, published “N-Glycosylation Promotes the Cell Surface Expression of Kv1.3 Potassium Channels” in the FEBS Journal and “Characterization of the Kv1.1 I262T and S342I Mutations Associated with Episodic Ataxia 1 with Distinct Phenotypes” in Archives of Biochemisty and Biophysics.

Michael V. Tueth, S.J., A&S,
professor of communication and media studies, published Reeling with Laughter: American Film Comedies from Anarchy to Mockumentary (The Scarecrow Press, 2012).