Faculty In Press (G - M)
Manuscripts or other forms of scholarship that have been accepted for publication or formal recognition
Mary Beth Gray
Associate Professor of Geology
Gray, M.B., Stamatakos, J. A., Ferrill, D.A., Evans, M.A., 2005, "Fault zone deformation in welded tuffs of Yucca Mountain, Nevada, U.S.A." Journal of Structural Geology. v. 27, p. 1873-1891.
Associate Professor of Spanish
Book: Confronting History and Modernity in Mexican Narrative. Palgrave/Macmillan.
"Burying the Emperor: Mourning in Fernando del Paso's Noticias del Imperio." Latin American Literary Review, 2008.
William G. Holzberger
Professor (Emeritus) of English
An edition of The Letters of George Santayana, consisting of eight individual Books, edited and with an Introduction by William G. Holzberger, is currently being published by the MIT Press of Cambridge, Mass. Over the past two years the first four Books, covering the period -1932 have been published. The remaining four Books of Santayana's Letters will cover the period 1933-1952 and are to be published by the MIT Press over the next two years. The eight Books of the Letters will constitute Volume V of The Works of George Santayana, a comprehensive Critical Edition of Santayana's writings for which Professor Holzberger is the Textual Editor.
Professor Holzberger is also awaiting publication of a full-length essay on Santayana that he was invited to write for the Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers, 1860-1960, to be published by the Thoemmes Press of Bristol, England this year or next.
Carl S. Kirby
Professor of Geology
Kirby, C. S. and Cravotta, C. A. III, 2005, "Net alkalinity and net acidity 1: Theoretical considerations," Applied Geochemistry, 20, 1920 1940.
Kirby, C. S. and Cravotta, C. A. III, 2005, "Net alkalinity and net acidity 2: Practical considerations," Applied Geochemistry, 20, 1941-1964.
Stephanie L. Larson
Associate Professor of Classics
"Tales of Epic Ancestry: Boiotian Collective Identity in the Late Sixth and Early Fifth Centuries BCE." Forthcoming summer 2007, Historia Einzelschriften, Franz Steiner Press.
"Kandaules' Wife, Masistes' Wife: Herodotus' Narrative Strategy in Suppressing Names of Women (Hdt. 1.8 12 and 9.108 113)," forthcoming, Classical Journal 2006.
Associate Professor of Linguistics
Lavine, James et al. (eds.), in press, Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 14.
Franks, Steven and James Lavine, "Case and Word Order in Lithuanian," Journal of Linguistics, 2005.
Lavine, James and Steven Franks. "On Nominative Objects," Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics, 13, 2005.
Professor of Geography & Environmental Studies
"Ceramic compositional analysis at the Phrygian sanctuary at Dumrek" with P. Grave and L. Kealhofer, in L. Kealhofer, Ed., The Archaeology of Midas and the Phrygians: Recent Work at Gordion, University of Pennyslvania Museum Press, 2005.
"Physical Geography, Human Adaptation, and Human Impact at Gordion" in L. Kealhofer, Ed., The Archaeology of Midas and the Phrygians: Recent Work at Gordion, University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, 2005.
Scott R. Meinke
Associate Professor of Political Science
Scott R. Meinke, Jeffrey K. Staton, and Steven T. Wuhs. 2006 (forthcoming). "State Delegate Selection Rules for Presidential Nominations, 1972-2000." Journal of Politics.
Scott R. Meinke. 2005. "Long-term Change and Stability in House Voting Decisions: The Case of the Minimum Wage." Legislative Studies Quarterly 30:103-126.