RECENT FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS
DeShazo, Jessica L., Chandra Lal Pandey, and Zachary A. Smith. 2016. Why REDD will Fail. New York: Routledge.
Lenze, Paul E. 2016. Civil-Military Relations in the Islamic World. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Otenyo, Eric E. 2017. Trade Unions and the age of Information and Communication Technologies \in Kenya. Landham, MD: Lexington Books.
Ortbals, Candice, and Lori Poloni-Staudinger. 2018. Gender and Political Violence: Women Changing the Politics of Terrorism. New York: Springer Press.
Poloni-Staudinger, Lori, and Michael R. Wolf. 2016. American Difference: American Politics From a Comparative Perspective. Washington, DC: CQ Press.
Schatz, J. L., and Sean Parson, eds. 2018. Superheroes and Critical Animal Studies: The Heroic Beasts of Total Liberation. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press.
Smith, Zachary A., and John Freemuth, eds. 2016. Environmental Politics and Policy in the West, Third Edition. Boulder: University Press of Colorado.
PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Allen, Rhonda. Forthcoming. “The Public-Sector Search: Organization Development.” Journal of Knowledge Management.
Babarinde, Olufemi, and Stephen Wright. 2017. “Pan-Africanism, Continental Identity, and African Foreign Policy since 1945.” Conflict, Politics, and Human Rights in Africa Working Paper 4. Boston, MA: Boston University, African Studies Center (Spring): 1–20.
Bekafigo, Marija. Forthcoming. “The Exercise of Party and Committee Leadership in the U.S. House, 1949–2011.” Polity. Published online June 2018.
Creel, Liza M., Sean Gregory, Catherine J. McNeal, Madhava R. Beeram, and David R. Krauss. 2017. “Multicenter Neonatal Databases: Trends in Research Uses.” BMC Research Notes 10, no. 42.
Estep, David and Rhonda Allen. 2017. “Building a Case for Implementing Comprehensive EAPs into Law Enforcement Agencies.” Change Management: An International Journal, 17:3, pp. 11-20.
Gregory, Sean T., B. Kay, T. Quast, K. Hall, A. DeNai, J. Smith, and E. Storch. 2018. “Treatment-Refractory Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Adults: A Cost-effectiveness Analysis of Treatment Strategies.” Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 79, no. 2 (March/April).
Gregory, Sean T., T. Menser, and B. T. Gregory. 2018. “An Organizational Intervention to Reduce Physician Burnout.” Journal of Healthcare Management 63, no. 5 (September).
Hanlon, Jeffrey. 2017. “Watershed Protection to Secure Ecosystem Services.” Case Studies in the Environment 1: 1–6.
Hanlon, Jeffrey W. 2017. “Complementary Safeguards for Robust Watershed Governance in a Federation: New York City and its Municipal Water Supply.” Environmental Science & Policy 75 (September): 47–55.
Hanlon, Jeffrey, Tomás Olivier, and Edella Schlager. 2017. “Institutional Adaptation and Effectiveness over 18 Years of the New York City Watershed Governance Arrangement.” Environmental Practice 19, no. 1: 38-49.
Jaskoski, Maiah, Michael Wilson, and Berny Lazareno. Forthcoming. “Approving of But Not Choosing Violence: Paths of Nonviolent Radicals.” Terrorism and Political Violence. Published online September 2017.
Ortbals, Candice, and Lori Poloni-Staudinger. 2016. “Women Policymakers Framing their Leadership and Lives in Relation to Terrorism: The Basque Case.” Journal of Women, Politics and Policy, 37, no. 2: 121–144.
Parson, Sean, and Emily Ray. Forthcoming. “Sustainable Colonialism: Tar Sands as Resource Colonialism.” Capitalism Nature Socialism. Published online December 20, 2016.
Smith, Joseph L., Sean Gregory, Nicole McBride, Tanya K. Murphy, and Eric A. Storch. 2017. “Outpatient Treatment of Tic Disorders Among Children and Adults.” Movement Disorders Clinical Practice 4, no. 4 (July/August): 559–567.
Steele, Carie A. 2017. “Public Goods and Donor Priorities: The Political Economy of Development Aid for Infectious Disease Control.” Foreign Policy Analysis 13, no. 4 (October): 986–1002.
BOOK CHAPTERS AND ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES
Bekafigo, Marija, and Pingley, A.C. 2017. “Do Campaigns ‘Go Negative’ on Twitter?” In Yasmin Ibrahim, ed., Politics, Protest and Empowerment in Digital Spaces, 178–191. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Nair, Sheila. 2018. “Postcolonial Feminism.” In Juanita Elias and Adrienne Roberts, eds., The Edward Elgar Handbook of International Political Economy of Gender, 50–60. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.
Nair, Sheila. 2017. “Postcolonialism.” In Stephen McGlinchey, Rosie Walters, and Christian Scheinpflug, eds., International Relations Theory: A Practical Introduction, 69–75. E-International Relations Publishing.
Ortbals, Candice, and Lori Poloni-Staudinger. Forthcoming 2018. “How Gender Intersects with Political Violence and Terrorism.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Published online February 2018.
Parson, Sean. 2018. “Ain’t No Thing Like Me, Except Me: Rocket Raccoon, Cyborg Queerness, and Toxic-Masculinity.” In J. L. Schatz and Sean Parson, eds., Superheroes and Critical Animal Studies: The Heroic Beasts of Total Liberation, 151–168. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press.
Parson, Sean. 2018. “Ecocentrism.” In Benjamin Franks, Nathan Jun, and Leonard Williams, eds., Anarchism: A Conceptual Analysis, 219–233. New York: Routledge.
Parson, Sean. Forthcoming 2018. “Our Heroes Need to Wear Ski-Masks: The Animal Man, and the Animal Liberationist Hero in Comics.” In Anthony Nocella, II, ed., Critical Animal Studies and Pedagogy. Peter Lang Press.
Parson, Sean. Forthcoming 2018. “The Politics of Dumpstered Soup: Food Not Bombs and the Limits of Decommodifying Food.” In Uri Gordon and Ruth Kinna, eds., Routledge Handbook of Radical Politics. New York: Routledge.
Wright, Stephen. 2017. “Nigeria: Consolidating Democracy and Human Rights.” In Peter Burnell, Lise Rakner, and Vicky Randall, eds., Politics in the Developing World, Fifth Edition, 355–363. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Gregory, Sean. “Design, Development and Implementation of an Electronic Platform for the Collection and Analysis of Hospital Acquired Infections Data in Arnulfo Arias Madrid Memorial Hospital of the Social Security System.” National Secretariat of Science, Technology and Innovation (SENACYT), Republic of Panama Grant Number FID14-IP208. Co-Principal Investigator. March 2016–January 2018. $64,642.
Gregory, Sean. “Texas Rural Accountable Care Organization (TRACO).” Matagorda Regional Medical Center Foundation/Southeast Texas Health System. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Rural Health Network Development Program (DO6). Principal Investigator for Program Evaluation. September 2014– 2017. $889,577.
Lenze, Paul. Northern Arizona University College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Support Program. “Peace-Building in the Nile River Valley.” With Mohamed Mohamed. 2017–2018.
Bekafigo, Marija. 2017. “Professional Advancement Through Narrative.” Funded by the National Science Foundation (#1543084). Washington, D.C., October 12–13.
Gee, Gretchen. 2018. “A Dangerous Path: Journalists, Political Challenges, and Traitors in Putin’s Russia.” Northern Arizona University College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Summer Seminar Series.
Gregory, Sean. 2017. “Big Data Methods in Public Health.” USF Health Panama Lecture Series. City of Knowledge, Panama City, January 24.
Nair, Sheila. 2017. Presenter and Discussant, “Museums, Exhibitions and the Representation of the International.” European Workshops in International Studies 2017. Cardiff, U.K. June 7–10.
Nair, Sheila. 2017. Public Lecture, “Postcolonial Theory, Postcolonial Feminism and International Relations.” Faculty of Philosophy, Unversitas Gadjah Mada (Gadjah Mada University). Yogyakarta, Indonesia. September 17.
Nair, Sheila. 2017. Public Lecture, “A Postcolonial or Decolonial Moment.” Lloyd Fernando Seminar Series, University Malaya. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. November 24.
Nair, Sheila. 2018. Invited Speaker, “Roundtable Forum on Gender and International Political Economy.” University Warwick. Coventry, UK. April 24.
Nair, Sheila. 2018. Invited Presentation, “Power in Global Tourism: Concluding Roundtable.” 12th Pan-European Conference on International Relations. Prague, Czech Republic. September 12–15.
Nair, Sheila. 2018. Invited Speaker, Inaugural Conference on “Decolonizing” International Relations. Fletcher School, Tufts University. October 12.
OTHER HONORS AND AWARDS
Gee, Gretchen. 2018. President’s Distinguished Teaching Fellow. Northern Arizona University.
Nair, Sheila. 2014–17. President’s Distinguished Teaching Fellow. Northern Arizona University. Re-Appointment.