“Dawn Birds, Light Traffic, and Melodic Machines,” a 58-minute radio art piece created by John Barber, career-track professor, digital technology and culture at WSU Vancouver was jury-selected by international reviewers and broadcast in September as part of Radiophrenia from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Glasgow, Scotland. Additionally, his work on “Creating Classroom Podcasts” was accepted for peer review by Palgrave-MacMillan Publishing.
Chris Dreger, lecturer, digital technology and culture WSU Vancouver, exhibited 14 paintings at the West Linn Public Library (Oregon) in August. He is also scheduled exhibit his work at the West Linn City Hall Council Chamber in January of 2024.
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.
Vilma Navarro-Daniels and Maria Serenella Previto, professors, languages, cultures, and race, WSU Pullman, coauthored “Del oscurantismo a la Ilustración: esbozo de una educación para la democracia en The Others de Alejandro Amenábar” (“From Obscurantism to Enlightenment: Outline of an Education for Democracy in Alejandro Amenábar’s The Others”) published in Contextos: Estudios de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales (Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación, Santiago, Chile).
John Streamas, associate professor, languages, cultures, and race, authored “Nuclear Threat as Race Hatred” in Journal of Hate Studies.
Alexander Dimitrov, associate professor, WIlliam Hall, assistant professor, Sergey Lapin, professor, and Jacob Pennington, graduate student, co-authored a chapter in the book Mathematics Research for the Beginning Student.
Hallie Meredith, assistant professor, fine arts, authored “The Late Roman Unfinished Chaîne opératoire: A New Approach to Inscribed Glass Openwork,” in American Journal of Archaeology.
Hong-Ming Yin, professor, mathematics and statistics, authored Partial Differential Equations and Applications (Elsevier, forthcoming).
John Streamas, associate professor, languages, cultures, and race, authored “The Use of Weapons” in I Sing the Salmon Home: Poems from Washington State (Empty Bowl Press).
Mike Jacroux, emeritus professor, mathematics and statistics, authored A Non-Least Squares Approach to Linear Models (Cambridge Scholars Publishing).