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Faculty Scholarship from 2021

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Three-dimensional wisdom and perceived stress among college students, Monika Ardelt and Brian Bruya

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Fluid attention in education: Conceptual and neurobiological framework, Brian Bruya and Yi Yuan Tang

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Covering and the moral duty to resist oppression, Peter Higgins

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Colonial Fantasies, Imperial Realities: Race Science and the Making of Polishness on the Fringes of the German Empire, 1840-1920 [Book review], Jesse Kauffman

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The fortress: The siege of Przemyśl and the making of Europe’s bloodlands, by Alexander Watson [Book review], Jesse Kauffman

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An infrastructural account of scientific objectivity for legal contexts and bloodstain pattern analysis, W. John Koolage, Lauren M. Williams, and Morgen L. Barroso

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Inn civility: Urban taverns and early American civil society by Vaughn Scribner [Book review], John G. McCurdy

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Phenomenological variation and intercultural transformation: Merleau-Ponty’s phenomenology and Abu-Lughod’s ethnography in dialogue, Laura McMahon

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The poverty and richness of the imaginary: Sartre on (anti-)racist ways of seeing, Laura McMahon

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Democracy’s capital: Black political struggles in the nation’s capital in the 1960s and 1970s, by Lauren Pearlman [Book review], Mary-Elizabeth Murphy

Faculty Scholarship from 2020

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On not meeting in Savannah*, Brian Bruya

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Public health and precarity, Michael D. Doan and Ami Harbin

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“The separation that is not a separation but a form of union”: Merleau-Ponty and feminist object relations theory in dialogue, Laura McMahon

Faculty Scholarship from 2019

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Detroit to Flint and back again: Solidarity forever, Sharon Howell, Michael D. Doan, and Ami Harbin

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Freedom as (self-)expression: Natality and the temporality of action in Merleau-Ponty and Arendt: Freedom as (self-)expression, Laura McMahon

Faculty Scholarship from 2018

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The self-ownership proviso: A critique, Peter Bornschein

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Wisdom can be taught: A proof-of-concept study for fostering wisdom in the classroom, Brian Bruya and Monika Ardelt

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Fostering wisdom in the classroom, part 1: A general theory of wisdom pedagogy, Brian Bruya and Monka Ardelt

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Fostering wisdom in the classroom, part 2: A curriculum, Brian Bruya and Monka Ardelt

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Is attention really effort? Revisiting Daniel Kahneman's influential 1973 book attention and effort, Brian Bruya and Yi Yuan Tang

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The rights and duties of immigrants in liberal societies, Peter W. Higgins

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Undergraduate conferences as High-Impact Practices with an impact on gender parity, W. John Koolage and Danielle Clevenger

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Introduction: India and the Great War, a centennial assessment, Roger D. Long

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India and World War I: A centennial assessment, Roger D. Long and Ian Talbot

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From Fort George to the fields: The public space and military geography of revolutionary New York City, John Gilbert McCurdy