Michele Deegan and Lanethea Mathews-Schultz , Dean of Academic Life & Prof. of Political Science and Prof. & Chair of Political Science, with their Moravian colleague Sabrina Terrizzi published "State versus Federal Health Insurance Marketplaces: A Bigger Deal for Medicaid and a Smaller Deal for the Individual Mandate," in Health Policy Open. Read More
Casey James Miller , assistant professor of anthropology, presented a paper entitled "All Aboard: Truth, Responsibility, and Coming Out on the PFLAG China Rainbow Cruise" at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association.
Casey James Miller , assistant professor of anthropology, organized a panel entitled "Queer Asias: Questioning 'Truths' at the Intersection of Queer, Asia, and Anthropology" at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association.
Roland Kushner and Greg Collins presented "The Art of the SuperFIPS: Geographic Modeling of Regional Arts Capacity Using Adjacent -County Measures" to the 50th annual conference of ARNOVA, the Association for Research on Nonprofit and Voluntary Action" in Atlanta. Kushner also chaired three sessions at the conference.
Byungchul Cha published "Lagrange spectrum of a circle over the Eisensteinian field" in the journal Monatshefte f"ur Mathematik. (The online version just went
live. This is joint work
with Heather Chapman '20, Brittany Gelb '21 and Chooka Weiss'20, which was based on collaborative research during Spring 2019.
Media and Communication
Elizabeth Nathanson published "Hope Wears a White Collar: RGB Memes and Signifying Intergenerational Solidarity" in the book Networked Feminisms: Activist Assemblies and Digital Practices (eds Shana MacDonald, Brianna Wiens, Michelle MacArthur and Milena Radzikowska). Read More
The Effects of Normative Ethics Perspectives on Moral Disengagement and Behavioral Ethics Intentions | Join a Nov. 16 discussion on how ethics predispositions can affect our willingness to behave unethically. View Event