Kris Bezdecny (Geosciences and Environment) co-edited the peer-reviewed book, Handbook of Cities and the Environment, published by Edward Elgar, Dec. 2016.
Roberto Cantú (Emeritus, Chicano Studies/English) edited The Forked Juniper: Critical Perspectives on Rudolfo Anaya, University of Oklahoma Press, 2016. The book includes 13 essays written by U.S., Mexican, and German critics and academics.
Choi Chatterjee (History) coauthored a book, Russia in the Long Twentieth Century. Contested Voices, Memories, and Perspectives, with Lisa Kirschenbaum and Deborah Fields, Routledge, 2016. She also authored an article, “Gender Mobilization and Gender Panic: Soviet and Iranian Revolutionary Memoirs and the Exile’s Imagination,” in Mass Dictatorship Handbook, P. Corner and J. Lim, ed., Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Domnita Dumitrescu (Emerita, Modern Languages and Literatures) authored “A particular kind of ‘action-reaction’: Questions answering questions (in Spanish and Romanian dialogues),” Language and Dialogue, vol. 6, no. 2, 2016, and Linguistic Bibliography of Spanish in the United States, with A. Enrique-Arias and F. J. Pueyo Mena, Cambridge, MA: Instituto Cervantes at Harvard University, 2016.
Mitchell Eisen (Psychology) authored a study, “An Examination of Showups Conducted by Law Enforcement: Using a Field-Simulation Paradigm,” published in Psychology, Public Policy and the Law, a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal published by the American Psychological Association, Feb. 2017.
Jose Galvan (Emeritus, Education) had the 7th edition of his book, Writing Literature Reviews: A Guide for Students of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, issued by Routledge Press, April, 2017.
Frank A. Gomez (Chemistry) authored several articles: “Point of Care Testing: The Impact of Nanotechnology,” with L. Syedmoradi, M. Daneshpour, M. Alvandipour, H. Hajghassem, and K. Omidfar, Biosens. Bioelectron, no. 87, 2017; “Experimental Analysis of Fabrication Parameters in the Development of Microfluidic Paper-Based Analytical Devices (PADS),” with W. Lee, Micromachines, no. 8, 2017; “Use of a Computational Model to Optimize a Glucose Assay on a Paper Microfluidic Platform,” with A. Avoundjian and M. Jalali-Heravi, Anal. Bioanal. Chem., no. 409, 2017; “A Microfluidic Paper-Based Device to Assess Acetylcholinesterase Activity,” with C. Liu, Electrophoresis, no. 38, 2017; “Thread-Based Microfluidic Chips as a Platform to Assess Acetylcholinesterase Activity,” with A. Gonzalez and M. Gaines, Electrophoresis, no. 38, 2017; and “Fabric-Based Alkaline Direct Formate Microfluidic Fuel Cells,” with K. Domalaon, C. Tang, A. Mendez, F. Bernal, K. Purohit, L. Pham, and J. Haan, Electrophoresis, no. 38, 2017.
Barry Hibbs (Geosciences and Environment) was the organizer and guest editor of a special issue of the Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, vol. 159, 2016. The focus of the special issue is groundwater in urban areas. He also authored several articles: “Issues of stream-aquifer interactions in grout lined channels in urban watersheds,” with M. Harrison and M. Merino, Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, vol. 159, 2016; “Groundwater in urban areas,” Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, vol. 159, 2016; “Tracers of groundwater mixing in the Hueco Bolson Aquifer, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico,” with C. Eastoe and A. Granados, Environmental and Engineering Geoscience Journal, vol. 22, no. 3, 2016; and “Analysis of elevated concentrations in trace elements and nutrients in Urban Watershed,” with M. Harrison, Environmental Science and Technology, v.1, G. Sorial, ed., American Sciences Press, Houston, TX, 2016.
Liam Leonard (Sociology) co-edited with Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Climate Change and the 2030 Corporate Agenda for Sustainable Development, Emerald Group Publishing, Dec. 2016, and with C. Gurdgiev and M. Gonzalez-Perez, Lessons from the Great Recession: At the Crossroads of Sustainability and Recovery, Emerald Group Publishing, March, 2016. Both are from the Advances in Sustainability and Environmental Justice Book Series, which he edited.
Jingjing Li (Geosciences and Environment) authored "Object-Based Assessment of Satellite Precipitation Products," with K. Hsu, A. AghaKouchak, and S. Sorooshian, Remote Sensing, vol. 8, no. 7, 2016.
Suzanne Regan (Television, Film and Media Studies) authored A Gendered Gaze: Media Impacts on Perceptions of Self and Sexuality (first edition), Cognella Academic Publishing, 2017. She also authored “Bad Teacher: Bad Judgement, Bad Intentions, or Abuse?” in Screen Lessons: What We Have Learned From Teachers on Television and in the Movies Dalton and Linder, eds., Peter Lang, Jan. 2017.
Martin Schiesl (Emeritus, History) wrote biographical entries on Los Angeles civil rights activist and education reformer Marnesba Tillmon Tackett, Los Angeles defense attorney and judge Earl C. Broady Sr., and Oakland attorney and civil rights leader Donald Pitts McCullum, BlackPast, 2016.
Hengchun Ye (Geosciences and Environment), center, coauthored “Rapid decadal convective precipitation increase over Eurasia during the last three decades of the 20th century,” with E.J. Fetzer, S. Wong, and B. Lambrigtsen, Science Advances, vol. 3, no. 1, Jan. 25, 2017.