Accomplishments: College of Liberal Arts

January 22, 2020
Michelle Tusan (History) is the author of the book, The British Empire and the Armenian Genocide: Humanitarianism and Imperial Politics from Gladstone to Churchill, which now is out in paperback.
January 17, 2020
Iesha Jackson (Teaching & Learning), Doris L. Watson, Tara Plachowski (both Educational Psychology & Higher Education), Marcia Gallo (History), and Claytee White (Oral History Research Center) have been awarded a research grant from the Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity for a study titled, Digging Deep and Branching Out: Using Oral History and Collaborative Inquiry to Explore Candidate Resilience and Craft Equitable Experiences for ARL Teachers of Color. The research will focus on ...
January 16, 2020
Marina Garber-Colacicchi (World Languages and Cultures) received a 2019 Ernest Hemingway Award in the poetry category. The award is issued by The New World literary magazine based in Toronto, Canada.
January 16, 2020
Amy Reed-Sandoval (Philosophy) has published a book, Socially Undocumented: Identity and Immigration Justice, with Oxford University Press.
January 15, 2020
C.E. Abbate (Philosophy) published a paper, "On Moral Ignorance and Mistakes of Fact: a Response to Harman," in Philosophia. In this paper, she explains why we ought to always blame the morally ignorant, yet we shouldn't always blame those who make mistakes of fact (in moral contexts). 
January 13, 2020
Shane Kraus and Repairer Etuk (both Psychology) recently published a paper, Current Pharmacotherapy for Gambling Disorder: a Systematic Review, in Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy. Etuk is a graduate student.
January 13, 2020
Marina Garber-Colacicchi (World Languages and Cultures) had a selection of poems titled "The Dead Hour" published in The New Review Quarterly in December.
January 10, 2020
C.E. Abbate (Philosophy) recently was appointed co-president of the Society for the Study of Animal Ethics.
January 7, 2020
Michelle Tusan (History) published a piece, "Impeachment, Executive Power and Genocide" in the Los Angeles Review of Books about the impeachment crisis.  
January 2, 2020
Austin Horng-En Wang (Political Science) published a policy report exploring the psychology of national defense among Taiwanese people. In the report, Wang conducted and analyzed survey experiments to estimate multiple factors linking to the rational and irrational calculation on the potential military conflicts. Military experience, nationalism, and perceived collective action play a role in the decision-making process. The report is published by the Global Taiwan Institute, a Washington, D.C...
December 17, 2019
Shane Kraus (Psychology) and colleagues published a paper, "A Systematic Review of Gambling-related Findings from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions," in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions. 
December 16, 2019
Elizabeth Lawrence (Sociology) and colleagues published an article, "Maternal Educational Attainment and Child Health in the United States," in the American Journal of Health Promotion.