Joanne Altschuler (Social Work), with A. Katz, authored a peer-reviewed article on “Of course it’s relevant: A focus group study of older adults’ perceived importance of HIV/AIDS prevention education.” The article was published in the Qualitative Social Work, 2015. With S. Rhee, Altschuler wrote a peer-reviewed article on “Relationship Power, Sexual Decision Making and HIV Risk Among Midlife and Older Women.” The article was published in the Journal of Women & Aging, vol. 27, no. 4, 2015.
Choi Chatterjee (History) co-edited a volume of essays, Everyday Life in Russia Past and Present, with David L. Ransel, Mary Cavender, and Karen Petrone, published by Indiana University Press, Feb. 2, 2015.
Jonna Fries (Student Health Center) and V. Sullivan co-authored a chapter, “The Treatment of Eating Disorders,” in the book, Eating Disorders in Special Populations: Nutritional Therapeutics, Prevention & Treatment, edited by S. Rushing and published by Taylor & Francis, 2014.
Harold Goldwhite (Emeritus, Chemistry and Biochemistry) recently co-authored a book with Cathy Cobb and Monty Fetterolf, The Chemistry of Alchemy, published by Prometheus Books, 2014.
William London (Public Health) has been a weekly contributor to Swift, the online publication of the James Randi Educational Foundation, since Sept. 2014.
Richard Maddox (Early Entrance Program) authored a book, An Examination of Classoom Social Environment on Honors Students, published by Lambert Academic Publishing, Feb. 25, 2015.
Roberto Cantu (Chicano Studies/English) has edited and authored an introduction for the book, The Reptant Eagle: Essays on Carlos Fuentes and the Art of the Novel, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015. He also edited and authored an introduction for the book, The Willow and the Spiral: Essays on Octavio Paz and the Poetic Imagination, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.
Charles Degelman (Communication Studies) authored his second fictional novel, A Bowl Full of Nails, published by Harvard Square Editions, Feb. 1, 2015. The novel is a finalist for the Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction.
Ramani Durvasula (Psychology) has authored the book, You Are WHY You Eat: Change Your Food Attitude, Change Your Life, Skirt!, Jan. 14, 2014.
Senqi Hu (Psychology) has co-authored with L. Yuan and R. Zhou an article on “Cognitive reappraisal of facial expression: Electrophysiological evidence of social anxiety,” in the Neuroscience Letters, 2014.
Janet Lever (Emerita, Sociology) recently co-authored a book, Frommer’s Places for Passion: The 75 Most Romantic Destinations in the World—and Why Every Couple Needs to Get Away, 2014. The book provides “a guide to the world's sexiest destinations” and also includes advice on how to make each destination even more romantic.