Samuel Ginsburg, assistant professor, languages, cultures, and race, authored The Cyborg Caribbean: Techno-Dominance in Twenty-First-Century Cuban, Dominican, and Puerto Rican Science Fiction (Rutgers University Press). Ginsburg also presented “Untouched: Speculative Visions of Quarantine in the Works of Maielis González and Brenda Peynado” at the 2023 Latin American Studies Association conference in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Hong-Ming Yin, professor, mathematics and statistics, authored Partial Differential Equations and Applications (Elsevier, forthcoming).
Faculty, staff, students, and alumni of English regularly present and publish great work—find many of their achievements in the department’s 2021-22 newsletter.
Mark Fagiano, assistant professor, politics, philosophy, and public affairs, authored Practicing Empathy: Pragmatism and the Value of Relations, Bloomsbury Press, forthcoming, October 2022.
Numerous publications, presentations, and other accomplishments of anthropology faculty can be found in the department’s winter/spring newsletter.
Sociology faculty, staff, students, and alumni regularly publish and present great work—find many of their achievements in the department’s spring newsletter.
W. Puck Brecher, professor, history, authored Animal Care in Japanese Tradition: A Short History.
Mark Fagiano, lecturer, politics, philosophy, and public affairs, authored Practicing Empathy and Pragmatism: The Value of Relations (Bloomsbury Press, forthcoming in January 2022).
Alexander Khapalov, professor, mathematics and statistics, authored the monograph Bio-Mimetic Swimmers in Incompressible Fluids: Modeling, Well-Posedness, and Controllability (Advances in Mathematical Fluid Mechanics), forthcoming from Birkhäuser.