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ALIJANI, SHAHRAM
  • Alijani, Shahram. “Conclusion?: Les Trajectoires de l’innovation Sociale et Les Dilemmes Des Innovateurs Sociaux.” L’innovation Sociale Dans l’espace Francophone: Politiques, Pratiques et Outils, edited by Félix Zogning and Lynda Rey, Editions JFD, 2022.?

  • Alijani, Shahram. Mesure et définition des impacts extrafinanciers des investissements?: retour des théories et pratiques de l’Impact Investing et apports possibles de la comptabilité. 11ème Etats Généraux de la Recherche Comptable, Autorité de Normes Comptables, Autorité des Normes Comptables, 2022, .?

  • Alijani, Shahram, and Catherine Karyotis. “Social Investment Bonds.” Ecological Money and Finance: Exploring Sustainable Monetary and Financial Systems, edited by Thomas Lagoarde-Segot, Springer Nature, 2023, pp. 591–620.?

  • Alijani, Shahram. “Introduction: Responsible Finance and Social Impact – Assessing Alternative Forms of Social Engagement and Value Creation.”?Rethinking Finance in the Face of New Challenges, edited by David Bourghelle et al., Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021, pp. 142–52.

  • Alijani, Shahram. “Entrepreneurial Capability & Leadership.”?Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, edited by Elias G. Carayannis, 2nd edition, Springer, 2020.

  • Alijani, Shahram, associate editor. European Public & Social Innovation Review. Synergiak, 2020, https://pub.sinnergiak.org/esir.

  • Alijani, Shahram, editorial board member.?Journal of Global Responsibility. Emerald Publishing, 2020.

  • Alijani, Shahram. “De l’agilité à la performance et transformation organisationnelle.”?Organisation des entreprises?: quels changements ?,?edited by Jean-Michel Huet and Christine Lahaire-Marcouyoux, Pearson, 2019, pp. 23–34.

  • Unceta, Alfonso, and Natalia Restrepo, editors. Sharam Alijani, associate editor.?European Public & Social Innovation Review, vol. 4, no. 1, 2019,?.

  • Unceta, Alfonso, and Natalia Restrepo, editors. Sharam Alijani, associate editor?European Public & Social Innovation Review, vol. 4, no. 2, 2019,?.

  • Alijani, Shahram. Reviews.?Academy of Management Review (AMR) and Journal of Business Ethics (JBE), European Academy of Management (EURAM), Academy of Management (AOM), 2019.

ANDRIANARIVO, FRANCK H
  • Andrianarivo, Franck H. “Drawing Glissant’s Unimaginable in Sylvain Savoia’s Les Esclaves Oubliés de Tromelin.” L’Esprit Créateur, vol. 61, no. 3, 2021, pp. 30–47, .??

BERG, ELENA
  • Berg, Elena C., et al. “Judging Reliability at Wine and Water Competitions.” Journal of Wine Economics, vol. 17, no. 4, 2022, pp. 311–28.?
  • Ivimey-Cook, Edward, et al. “Inbreeding Reduces Fitness of Seed Beetles under Thermal Stress.”?Journal of Evolutionary Biology, vol. 34, no. 9, 2021, pp. 1386–96,?.

  • Berg, Elena C., and John M. Eadie. “An Experimental Test of Information Use by Wood Ducks (Aix Sponsa): External Habitat Cues, Not Social Visual Cues, Influence Initial Nest Site Selection.”?Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol. 74, no. 10, 2020, p. 122.

  • Berg, Elena C., et al. “Kin but Less than Kind: Within-Group Male Relatedness Does Not Increase Female Fitness in Seed Beetles.”?Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol. 286, no. 1910, 2019, p. 2019.1664, doi:10.1098/rspb.2019.1664.
BROCKMEIER, JENS
  • Brockmeier, Jens. “Foreword: Becoming Social.” Children’s Development of Social Understanding. Using Language Games to Promote the Comprehension of Mental States, edited by Ilaria Grazzani and Veronica Ornaghi, Edizioni Junior, 2022, pp. 7–13.?

  • Brockmeier, Jens. “Pause vom Paradies.” Am Anfang keine Fanfare - Am Ende kein Triumph. Texte für Gerd Kühr, edited by Clara El Hoty et al., Nullacht Sechzehn Printproduktion GmbH, 2022, pp. 41–46.?

  • Brockmeier, Jens. “Narrating a Life: Between Diachrony and Synchrony.”?CoSMo: Comparative Studies in Modernism, vol. 18: Morphology and Historical Sequence, 2021, pp. 65–73,?.

  • Brockmeier, Jens. “Making Language Aware: Writing and Narrative.”?Interchange, vol. 51, no. 1, 2020, pp. 33–40.

  • Brockmeier, Jens. “Zum Problem der narrativen Bedeutungskonstitution. ?berlegungen im Anschluss an Ernst Boesch [The narrative constitution of meaning: In the wake of Ernst Boesch].”?Psychologie der Polyvalenz:?Ernst Boeschs Kulturpsychologie in der Diskussion, edited by Jürgen Straub et al., Westdeutscher Universit?tsverlag, 2020, pp. 147–68.

  • Brockmeier, Jens. “Divenire esseri sociali?: Preface.” Lo?sviluppo della comprensione sociale nei bambini.?Un laboratorio sui giochi linguistici per promuovere la teoria della mente e la comprensione delle emozioni,?by Veronica Ornaghi and Ilaria Grazzani, ? Junior, 2020, pp. 7–15.

  • Brockmeier, Jens. “Narrative models.”?Kulturpsychologie in interdisziplin?rer Perspektive: Hans-Kilian-Vorlesungen zur sozial- und kulturwissenschaftlichen

  • Psychologie und integrativen Anthropologie, edited by Jürgen Straub et al., Psychosozial-Verlag, 2019, pp. 227–43.

  • Brockmeier, Jens. “What Is It to Be a Human Being? Rom Harré on Self and Identity.”?The Second Cognitive Revolution: A Tribute to Rom Harré, edited by Bo Alles?e Christensen, Springer, 2019, pp. 43–49, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-26680-6.

  • Brockmeier, Jens, and Hans Werner Henze. “Solo nella misura in cui qualcosa ha in sé una contraddizione si muove, ha spinta e attività: Riflessioni sull’esposizione della Nona Sinfonia di Beethoven“ [Only insofar as something has a contradiction within itself, it moves, has drive and activity: Reflections on the exposition of Beethoven’s IX. Symphony.]?In?nessun tempo. Hans Werner Henze: diari, saggi e interviste, edited by R. Panfili and C. Wolken, Lucca (Italy): LMI, 2019, pp. 58–89.

  • Brockmeier, Jens. “Memory, Narrative, and the Consequences.”?Topics in Cognitive Science, vol. 11, no. 4: Special Issue: Remembering with Others: Conversational Dynamics and Mnemonic, 2019, pp. 1–4.

  • Grazzani, Ilaria, and Jens Brockmeier. “Language Games and Social Cognition: Revisiting Bruner.”?Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, vol. 53, no. 4, Dec. 2019, pp. 602–10, doi:10.1007/s12124-019-09489-0.

CABALLER GUTIERREZ, MANUEL
  • Arrieche, Dioni, et al. “Reassignment of Crispatene, Isolation and Chemical Characterization of Stachydrine, Isolated from the Marine Mollusk Elysia Crispata.”?Natural Product Research, 2021, pp. 1–4.

  • Mehrotra, Rahul, et al. “An Updated Inventory of Sea Slugs from Koh Tao, Thailand, with Notes on Their Ecology and a Dramatic Biodiversity Increase for Thai Waters.”?ZooKeys, vol. 1042, 2021, pp. 73–188,?.

  • Mehrotra, Rahul, Spencer Arnold, et al. “A New Species of Coral-Feeding Nudibranch (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from the Gulf of Thailand.”?Marine Biodiversity, vol. 50, no. 3, May 2020, p. 36, doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s12526-020-01050-2.

  • Mehrotra, Rahul, Manuel Caballer Gutierrez, et al. “On the Plakobranchidae (Gastropoda, Sacoglossa) from Soft Sediment Habitats of Koh Tao, Gulf of Thailand, with Descriptions of Two New Species.”?ZooKeys, vol. 969, Sept. 2020, pp. 85–121, doi:10.3897/zookeys.969.52941.

  • Arrieche, Dioni, et al. Isolation, Characterization and Antibacterial Activity of Aglajne-1: Polypropionate Isolated from the Marine Mollusk Bulla Occidentalis. Vol. 3, no. 2, 2019, pp. 61–63, doi:10.15406/mojboc.2019.03.00100.

  • Mehrotra, Rahul, et al. “Selective Consumption of Sacoglossan Sea Slugs (Mollusca: Gastropoda) by Scleractinian Corals (Cnidaria: Anthozoa).” PLOS ONE, vol. 14, no. 4, Apr. 2019, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0215063.

CAGLAYAN, EMRE
  • Caglayan, Emre. “Epistolary Distance and Reciprocity in José Luis Guerín and Jonas Mekas’ Filmed Correspondences.” Epistolary Entanglements in Film, Media and the Visual Arts, edited by Teri Higgins and Catherine Fowler, Amsterdam University Press, 2023, pp. 191–206, .?

  • Caglayan, Emre. “Stalkers of Istanbul: Silence, Urban Space and Damaged Masculinity in Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Distant.” Quarterly Review of Film and Video, vol. 39, no. 2, 2022, pp. 323–40, .?

CANELAS, CARLA
  • Canelas, Carla, and Miguel Ni?o-Zarazúa. “Informality and Pension Reforms in Bolivia: The Case of Renta Dignidad.” Journal of Development Studies, vol. 58, no. 7, 2022, pp. 1436–58, https://doi.org/10.1080/00220388.2022.2061856.?

  • Canelas, Carla, and Juan David Robalino. “Simulations of Policy Responses and Interventions to Promote Inclusive Adaptation to and Recovery from the COVID-19 Crisis in Ecuador.” International Journal of Microsimulation, vol. 15, no. 3, 2022, .?

  • Canelas, Carla, et al. “Are Time and Money Equally Substitutable for All Commodity Groups in the Household’s Domestic Production?”?Review of Economics of the Household, vol. 17, no. 1, 2019, pp. 267–85.

  • Canelas, Carla, and Miguel Ni?o‐Zarazúa. “Schooling and Labor Market Impacts of Bolivia’s Bono Juancito Pinto Program.”?Population and Development Review, vol. 45, no. S1, 2019, pp. 155–79, doi:10.1111/padr.12270.

CARBONELL, ISABELLE
  • Carbonell, Isabelle. Attuning to the Pluriverse: Documentary Filmmaking Methods, Environmental Disasters, & The More-Than-Human. UC Santa Cruz, 2022, .?

  • Carbonell, Isabelle. “Interactive Multispecies Documentary Methods in Wretched Waters: The Slow Violence of the Rio Doce Disaster.” Interactive Documentary: Decolonizing Practice-Based Research, edited by Kathleen M. Ryan and David Staton, 2022, p. 258.?

CARLSON, KERSTIN
  • Carlson, Kerstin Bree. “Punishment, Legality, and Other Challenges of International Criminal Law.” International Criminal Law Review, vol. 23, no. 1, 2022, pp. 123–44, .?

  • Weill, Sharon, et al. “Theorizing Empirical Court Research: The Test Case of the Trial of Hissène Habré.” International Review of the Red Cross, vol. 103, no. 918, 2021, pp. 1073–81, .?

  • Carlson, Kerstin Bree and Jacob Slosser.?“‘This Is My Face’: Burkas and Niqabs as Protected Expression.”?Law, Cultural Studies and the Burqa Ban Trend:?An Interdisciplinary Handbook, edited by Anja Matwijkiw et al.,?Intersentia Ltd, 2021.?

  • Carlson, Kerstin Bree and Miriam Bak McKenna. “Forskere: H?jesterets racisme-frifindelse er en ekstremt forsn?vret fortolkning.”?Altinget.dk, 2021,?.?

  • Carlson, Kerstin Bree. “What to Do about Islamic State Supporters Still in Syria? Denmark’s Decision Sets a Worrying Trend.”?The Conversation, 3 June 2021,?.?

  • Carlson, Kerstin Bree.?“ICC Judges Ignored Ongwen’s Background in Guilty Verdict. Why It’s a?Mistake.”?The Conversation,?10 Feb. 2021,?.

  • Carlson, Kerstin Bree. “The ‘IRAC’ Method: How to Read a Case.”?Juraens Verden?: Metoder, Retskilder Og Discipliner, edited by Carina Risvig Hamer and Sten Schaumburg-Müller, Dj?f Forlag, 2020, pp. 409–418.

  • Carlson, Kerstin Bree. “A Murder Trial in Denmark Leaves a Nation Wondering What Constitutes a Hate Crime.”?The Conversation, Dec. 7, 2020,?.

  • Carlson, Kerstin Bree. “Al-Bashir and the ICC: There Are Better Ways to Achieve Justice.”?The Conversation, Feb. 16, 2020,?.

  • Carlson, Kerstin Bree. “What Kabuga’s Arrest Means for International Criminal Justice – and Rwanda.”?The Conversation, June 1, 2020,?.

  • Carlson, Kerstin Bree, and Line Engbo Gissel. “Why the Gambia’s Plea for the Rohingya Matters for International Justice.”?The Conversation, Jan. 15, 2020,?

  • Carlson, Kerstin. “Agents & Agency in International Criminal Law: Prison Guards, Intent, and the ‘Special Part’ of International Criminal Law.” Breaking the Cycle of Mass Atrocities: Criminological and Socio-Legal Approaches in International Criminal Law, edited by Marina Aksenova et al., Hart Publishing, 2019.

CATH, ALBERT
  • Earhart, Robert, and Albert Cath. “Introduction.”?A Dress Rehearsal:?Strategizing Sustainability in a Post Covid-19 World, edited by Albert Cath and Robert Earhart, MSIM Publishing, 2021, pp. 5–25,?.

  • Earhart, Robert, and Albert Cath. “Epilogue.”?A Dress Rehearsal: Strategizing Sustainability in a Post Covid-19 World, edited by Albert Cath and Robert Earhart, MSIM Publishing, 2021, pp. 138–48,?.

CRAVEN, ALICE
  • Craven, Alice. “Black Bodies on Screen, White Privilege in Hollywood: James Baldwin on Lang and Preminger.”?Of Latitudes Unknown: James Baldwin’s Radical Imagination, edited by Alice Mikal Craven et al., Bloomsbury Academic & Professional, 2019, pp. 15–34,?.

  • Craven, Alice. “Expatriation in Wright’s Late Fiction.”?The Cambridge Companion to Richard Wright, edited by Glenda R. Carpio, Cambridge University Press, 2019, pp. 152–63, http://proxy.aup.fr/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108567510.

  • Craven, Alice. “Responding to Richard Wright.”?James Baldwin in Context, edited by D. Quentin Miller, Cambridge University Press, 2019, pp. 264–75, doi:10.1017/9781108636025.026.

  • Dow, William, and Alice Craven. “Introduction: Baldwin’s Radical Imagination.”?Of Latitudes Unknown: James Baldwin’s Radical Imagination, edited by Alice Mikal Craven et al., Bloomsbury Academic & Professional, 2019, pp. 1–11, http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/aup/detail.action?docID=5639103.

CULP, JULIAN
  • Culp, Julian. “A Neo-Feudal World Order? Introduction to the Symposium on Peter H?gel’s Billionaires in World Politics.” Journal of Global Ethics, vol. 18, no. 2, 2022, pp. 196–200.?

  • Culp, Julian. “Does Liberal Democratic Citizenship Education Engineer Political Consent?” Autorità e? Democrazia –Riflessioni Sull’educazione Democratica Della Cittadinanza, edited by Roberto Luppi, Armando Editore, 2022, pp. 163–76.?

  • Culp, Julian. “Four Challenges to Political Autonomy Education in Contemporary Public Spheres.” On Education. Journal for Research and Debate, vol. 5, no. 14, 2022, .?

  • Culp, Julian. “Global Democratic Educational Justice.” Handbook of Philosophy of Education, edited by Randall Curren, Routledge, Taylor et Francis Group, 2022, pp. 245–56, .?

  • Culp, Julian. “Zur postkolonialen Kritik globaler demokratischer Bildungsgerechtigkeit.” Bildung in postkolonialen Konstellationen, edited by Johannes Drerup and Philipp Knobloch, Transcript Verlag, 2022, pp. 235–60.?

  • Culp, Julian, and Johannes Drerup. “Demokratieerziehung und die Herausforderungen des Liberalismus.”?Zeitschrift für P?dagogik, vol. 4, 2021, pp. 475–9.

  • Culp, Julian. “Schulische Demokratieerziehung und die Krise der repr?sentativen Demokratie.”?Zeitschrift für P?dagogik, edited by Julian Culp and Johannes Drerup, vol. 4, 2021, pp. 528–42.

  • Culp, Julian. “John Rawls.”?Handbuch Liberalismus, edited by Michael G. Festl, J.B. Metzler, 2021, pp. 149–56.

  • Culp, Julian. “Martha Nussbaum.”?Handbuch Liberalismus, edited by Michael G. Festl, J.B. Metzler, 2021, pp. 165–71.

  • Culp, Julian. “Supranationalit?t.”?Handbuch Liberalismus, edited by Michael G. Festl, J.B. Metzler, 2021, pp. 263–8.

  • Culp, Julian. “A Vindication of Transnational Democratic Education – Replies to Michael Festl, Martin Beckstein and Michael Geiss.”?Ethics & Global Politics, vol. 13, no. 3, 2020, pp. 155–74, doi:10.1080/16544951.2020.1821531.

  • Culp, Julian. “Bildung und Gerechtigkeit.”?Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung, vol. 74, no. 2, 2020, pp. 296–309.

  • Culp, Julian. “Discourse Ethics, Epistemology, and Educational Justice: A Reply to Harvey Siegel.”?Theory and Research in Education,?vol. 18, no. 2, 2020, pp. 151–73,?.

  • Culp, Julian. “Educational Justice.”?Philosophy Compass, vol. 15, no. 12, 2020, pp. 1–12, doi:10.1111/phc3.12713.

  • Culp, Julian. “Is There a Universal Grammar of Justice?” Philosophy and Public Issues –?Filosofia e Questioni Pubbliche, vol. 9, no. 3, 2020, pp. 145–75,?.

  • Culp, Julian. “On the Compatibility of Global Democratic Justice and Confucianism.”?Global Justice in East Asia, edited by Hugo El Kholi and Kwak Jun-Hyeok, Routledge, 2019, pp. 34–51.

  • Culp, Julian. “Poverty.”?The International Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by Hugh LaFollette, 2021.

  • Culp, Julian. “Provincializing the West by Essentializing the East?”?On Education. Journal for Research and Debate,?vol. 3, no. 7, 2020.

  • Culp, Julian, editor. “Global Justice and Education: Special Issue.”?Global Justice?: Theory Practice Rhetoric, vol. 12, no. 1, 2019, pp. i–ii, doi:10.21248/gjn.12.01.231.

  • Culp, Julian. “On the Compatibility of Global Democratic Justice and Confucianism.”?Global Justice in East Asia, edited by Hugo El Kholi and Jun-Hyeok Kwak, Routledge, 2019, pp. 34–51.

  • Culp, Julian. “Review of: Moral Rights and Their Grounds David Alm, Routledge, 2019.”?Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2019, https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/moral-rights-and-their-grounds/.

  • Culp, Julian. “Two Tales of the Capability Approach.”?Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, vol. 20, no. 3, 2019, pp. 362–67.

  • Culp, Julian. “Zur praktischen Relevanz des politischen Liberalismus – eine Verteidigung am Beispiel gerechter Bildungspolitik.”?Liberalismus: Traditionsbest?nde und Gegenwartskontroversen, edited by Karsten Fischer and Sebastian Huhnholz, Nomos Verlag, 2019, pp. 387–407.

DENNIS, AMANDA
  • Dennis, Amanda. “Amazons in Belgium.” Agenda, 2022.?

  • Dennis, Amanda. “Mother Is My Skivvy: ?douard Louis and the Loneliness of Class Transition.” TLS, .?

  • Dennis, Amanda, and Laura Hart. “Conversations: Amanda Dennis and Dr. Molly J. Crockett.” Bellevue Literary Press, 13 Oct. 2022, .?

  • Dennis, Amanda, and Aysegul Savas. “A Map the Size of the Territory: Letters on Space and Literature.” Music & Literature, 1 Feb. 2022, .?

  • Dennis, Amanda. “Largehearted Boy: Amanda Dennis’s Playlist for Her Novel ‘Her Here.’”?largeheartedboy.com, 22 Apr. 2021,?.

  • Dennis, Amanda. “On the Narrative Thrills of Detective Fiction.”?Literary?Hub, 31 Mar. 2021,?.

  • Dennis, Amanda. “Translation’s Challenge to Lyric’s Immediacy: Beckett’s Rimbaud.”?Samuel Beckett and Translation, edited by José Francisco Fernández and Mar Garre García, Edinburgh University Press, 2021.

  • Dennis, Amanda. “A Terrible Beauty: Review of Fernanda Melchor’s ‘Hurricane Season.’”?Los Angeles Review of Books, 2020,?.

  • Dennis, Amanda. “Introduction: Samuel Beckett and the Nonhuman.”?Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui, edited by Amanda Dennis et al., vol. 32, no. 2 Special Issue, 2020, pp. 149–160,?.

  • Dennis, Amanda. “Ordinary Language in Dystopia: Adapting Beckett’s Endgame.”?Journal of Beckett Studies, vol. 29, no. 1, 2020, pp. 103–06.

  • Dennis, Amanda. “Samuel Beckett et la langue maternelle?: Ambivalence et expatriation linguistique.”?Samuel Beckett et la culture fran?aise, edited by Mevel, Classiques Garnier, 2019, pp. 95–114.

  • Dennis, Amanda. “Review of: Jean-Michel Rabaté, Think Pig! Beckett at the Limit of the Human.”?Beckett Circle: The Official Newsletter of the Samuel Beckett Society, 2019, pp. 1–3, https://search-proquest-com.proxy.aup.fr/openview/f063f598c8b2103954d56329173469b6/1.

DOW, WILLIAM
  • Dow, William. “American Literary Journalism as Liberatory Praxis: Narrative Experimentation and Social Justice.” Literary Journalism and Social Justice, edited by Robert Alexander and Willa McDonald, Springer International Publishing AG, 2022, pp. 175–94, .?

  • Dow, William. “Richard Wright and Chicago.”?The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban Literary Studies, edited by Jeremy Tambling, Palgrave Macmillan, 2021, pp. 1–6.

  • Dow, William. “Richard Wright: Paris and Ailly.”?Richard Wright in Context, edited by Michael Nowlin, Cambridge University Press, 2021, pp. 44–53.

  • Dow, William. “Living on Paper: Disarticulating a Racialized Capitalism in Works by Richard Wright and Ann Petry.”?The Fictions of American Capitalism: Working Fictions and the Economic Novel, edited by Jacques-Henri Coste and Vincent Dussol, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, pp. 229–46,?.

  • Dow, William. “Fieldwork Literature, Created Lives: George Packer and Claudia Rankine.”?Revue critique de fixxion fran?aise contemporaine, vol. 18, 2019, pp. 131–42, http://www.revue-critique-de-fixxion-francaise-contemporaine.org/rcffc/article/view/fx18.11.

  • Dow, William. “Journeys of the ‘I’ in James Baldwin’s Literary-Journalistic Essays.”?Of Latitudes Unknown: James Baldwin’s Radical Imagination, edited by Alice Mikal Craven et al., Bloomsbury Academic & Professional, 2019, pp. 113–32, http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/aup/detail.action?docID=5639103.

  • Dow, William. “Reviewers, Critics, and Cranks.”?James Baldwin in Context, edited by D. Quentin Miller, Cambridge University Press, 2019, pp. 287–300, doi:10.1017/9781108636025.028.

  • Dow, William, and Alice Craven. “Introduction: Baldwin’s Radical Imagination.”?Of Latitudes Unknown: James Baldwin’s Radical Imagination, edited by Alice Mikal Craven et al., Bloomsbury Academic & Professional, 2019, pp. 1–11,

DOYLE, WADDICK
  • Doyle, Waddick. “Brand Communication and the Attention Economy.”?Communication in the Era of Attention Scarcity, edited by Waddick Doyle and Claudia Roda, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 49–61, https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/aup/detail.action?docID=5896870.

  • Doyle, Waddick, and Claudia Roda. “Introduction.”?Communication in the Era of Attention Scarcity, edited by Waddick Doyle and Claudia Roda, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 1–6,?.

EARHART, ROBERT
  • Earhart, Robert, and Albert Cath, editors. “Introduction.” Hypermanagement: Experiencing Complexity, MSIM Publishing, 2022, pp. 3–46, .?

  • Moriceau, Jean-Luc, et al. “Des films pour relier?: introduire les affects dans la business school.” Management international, vol. 26, no. 5, 2022, pp. 48–60.?

  • Earhart, Robert, and Albert Cath. “Introduction.”?A Dress Rehearsal: Strategizing Sustainability?in a Post Covid-19 World, edited by Albert Cath and Robert Earhart, MSIM Publishing, 2021, pp. 5–25,?.

  • Earhart, Robert, and Albert Cath. “Epilogue.”?A Dress Rehearsal: Strategizing Sustainability in a Post Covid-19 World, edited by Albert Cath and Robert Earhart, MSIM Publishing, 2021, pp. 138–48,?.

  • Earhart, Robert S. “The Future Is Now!”?Turn to Film: Film in the Business School, edited by Hugo Letiche and Jean-Luc Moriceau, Brill Sense, 2019, pp. 3–18.

  • Earhart, Robert S., and Jean-Luc Moriceau. “Addendum: Twenty-Nine Films & Suggestions for Their Use.”?Turn to Film: Film in the Business School, edited by Hugo Letiche and Jean-Luc Moriceau, Brill Sense, 2019, pp. 225–54.

  • Letiche, Hugo, et al. “Conclusions: Affect and Ethics in Business and Management Educat.”?Turn to Film: Film in the Business School, edited by Hugo Letiche and Jean-Luc Moriceau, Brill Sense, 2019, pp. 193–224.

  • Earhart, Robert, contributing editor.?Turn to Film: Film in the Business School, edited by Hugo Letiche and Jean-Luc Moriceau, Brill Sense, 2019.

EINBINDER, FRED
  • Einbinder, Fred. “Borrowings and Boomerangs: A Comparative Law Perspective on Resonance in Transnational Anti-Corruption Law Enforcement.” Journal of International Business and Law, vol. 21, no. 2, 2021, pp. 137–74, .?

  • Einbinder, Fred. “Corruption Abroad: From Conflict to Co-Operation, a Comparison of French and American Law and Practice.”?International Comparative, Policy & Ethics Law Review, vol. 3, no. 3, 2020, pp. 667–797.

  • Einbinder, Fred. “Mass Torts: Dispute Resolution in France and the United States – the Vioxx and Mediator Cases Compared.”?Washington International Law Journal, vol. 29, no. 3, 2020, pp. 575–647,?.

  • Pierrucci, Frederic, et al. “Table Ronde: Le piège américain.”?Cahiers de droit de l’entreprise, vol. 3, 2019, pp. 9–19.

FELDMAN, JESSICA
  • Feldman, Jessica. “The Street, the Square, and the Net: How Urban Activists Make and Use Networked Technologies.” Data Justice and the Right to the City, edited by Morgan Currie et al., University Press, 2023, pp. 253–81, .?

  • Feldman, Jessica, and Noémie Oxley. “Utiliser les outils digitaux durant la crise sanitaire?: stratégies et limites de la vie associative en ligne.”?Juris Associations, Jan. 2021.

  • Gallagher, Kevin, et al. “COLBAC: Shifting Cybersecurity from Hierarchical to Horizontal Designs.”?New Security Paradigms Workshop, Association for Computing Machinery, 2021, pp. 13–27,?.

  • Feldman, Jessica, and Naomi Waltham-Smith. “Listening in a Time of Pandemic: New Mediations and Intimacies between Solitude and Solidarity.”?Sociologica, vol. 14, no. 2, 2020, pp. 1–4, doi:10.6092/issn.1971-8853/11522.

  • Feldman, Jessica. “Listening and Falling Silent: Towards Technics of Collectivity.”?Sociologica, vol. 14, no. 2, 2020, pp. 5–12, doi:10.6092/issn.1971-8853/11286.

  • Benholz, Lucy, et al. “What Makes an Open-Source Project ‘Critical’?”: Research Summary. Ford Foundation, Oct. 2020,?.

  • Feldman, Jessica. “Engineering for Deliberative Democracy.”?Participo: Research and Practice of Innovative Citizen Participation, Digest for the OECD Open Government?Unit, medium.com, Apr. 27, 2020,?.

  • Currie, Morgan, et al.?Coding Caring: Human Values for A.I. Report to the AI100 Project. AI2020 Report, Standford University, May 2019, https://ai100.sites.stanford.edu/sites/g/files/sbiybj9861/f/coding_caring_workshop_report_1000w_0.pdf.

  • Feldman, Jessica. “Remaking the Commons: How Digital Tools Facilitate and Subvert the Common Good.”?Redefining the Pursuit of the Common Good: Philanthropy, the State, and the Market, edited by Bruce Sievers and Judith Symonds. ?

FELTHAM, OLIVER
  • “From the Split between Society and Nature Towards a Concept of Socio-Natural Ropes.”?Crisis and Critique?– Special Issue on Hegel’s?Philosophy of Right, vol. 8, no. 2, 13 Dec. 2021.

  • Feltham, Oliver. “Tre logiche per inquadrare l’azione in Marx.” Quaderni Materialisti?:?Temporalità plurale e anacronismi: la tradizione marxista?“contropelo,” vol. 18, 2019.

FRASER, MATTHEW
  • Fraser, Matthew. “Masterpiece Theater.” JSTOR Daily, 30 Nov. 2022, .?

  • UNESCO. Journalism Is a Public Good: World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development: Global Report 2021/2022;?Highlights - UNESCO Digital Library. UNESCO, 2021,?.

GAO, ZHIPENG
  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Collecting Data towards Writing the History of China’s Socialist Education.” Collecting Educational Media: Making, Storing and Accessing Knowledge, edited by Anke Hertling and Peter Carrier, 1st ed., Berghahn Books, 2022, pp. 174–90. .?

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Culturing the Mind: China as a Glocal Site of Epistemological Innovation.” Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, vol. 56, no. 2, 2022, pp. 331–43. .?

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Political Identities of Chinese International Students: Patterns and Change in Transnational Space.” International Journal of Psychology, vol. 57, no. 4, 2022, pp. 475–82. .?

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Qualitative Inquiry: Creative Space for Interdisciplinary Cross-Pollination.” Quantitative and Qualitative Methods, Division 5 of the American Psychological Association: The Score, Oct. 2022. .?

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Sinophobia during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Identity, Belonging, and International Politics.” Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, vol. 56, no. 2, 2022, pp. 472–91. .?

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “From Student-Centered Pedagogy to Student Labor: Chinese Education’s Transnational Entanglement with the Cold War.”?Cold War Social Science: Transnational Entanglements, edited by Mark Solovey and Christian Dayé, Palgrave Macmillan, 2021, pp. 255–83.

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Mental Health and Psychiatry during the Maoist Era: 1949–1976.” Mental Health in China and the Chinese Diaspora: Historical and Cultural Perspectives, edited by Harry Minas, Springer, 2021, pp. 211–23.

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Mental Health of Chinese in Canada.” Mental Health in China and the Chinese Diaspora: Historical and Cultural Perspectives, edited by Harry Minas, Springer, 2021, pp. 211–23.

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Unsettled Belongings in Deglobalization: Chinese Immigrants’ Struggle for Political Identity by Using Transnational Media in the COVID-19 Pandemic.”?COVID-19 in International Media: Global Pandemic Perspectives, edited by John C. Pollock and Douglas A. Vakoch, Routledge, 2021, pp. 44–54.

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Political Identities of Chinese International Students: Patterns and Change in Transnational Space.”?International Journal of Psychology, vol. n/a, 2021.

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Sinophobia during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Identity, Belonging, and International Politics.”?Integrative Psychological & Behavioral Science, 2021, pp. 1–19,?.

  • Gao, Zhipeng. “Unsettled Belongings: Chinese Immigrants’ Mental Health Vulnerability as a Symptom of International Politics in the COVID-19 Pandemic.”?Journal of Humanistic Psychology, vol. 61, no. 2 special issue “COVID-19 Part II,” 2021, pp. 198–218,?.

GARDNER, HALL
  • Gardner, Hall. “A Roaring Feast for the Eyes: Five Poems Selected from Barbeque Meltdown.” Meer: Feature, 18 Dec. 2022, .??

  • Gardner, Hall. “Has yet Another Great Battle of Darkness Begun??: Sleeping in the Nightmares of Jean Moulin.” Meer: Feature, 18 Nov. 2022, .?

  • Gardner, Hall. “In the Aftermath of the Soviet Collapse: How the Uncivilized Russia-Ukraine Divorce Exploded into Full Scale Warfare.” Meer: Economy & Politics, 18 Apr. 2022, .?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Karl Marx and NATO: Now They Have Their Long-Awaited War against Russia: What Next?” Meer: Economy & Politics, 18 June 2022, .?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Not a New Cold War: It Is Even More Dangerous.” Meer: Economy & Politics, 18 Jan. 2021, .?

  • Gardner, Hall. “The NATO-Russia-Ukraine Train Wreck: Options for Peace.” Meer: Economy & Politics, 18 Feb. 2022, .?

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Quest for Cathay: The Lies of Marco Polo and Cristoforo Columbus: The Lies of Marco Polo and Cristoforo Columbus.” Meer: Culture, 18 Aug. 2022, .?

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Russian-Ukrainian Conflict: Beyond the Pre-World War I and Pre-World War II Analogies.” Meer: Economy & Politics, 18 July 2022, .?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Toward an Alternative Transatlantic Strategy: The ‘New’ Major Power Rivalries.” Meer: Economy and Politics, 10 Oct. 2022, .?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Ukraine and Russian Revanche: An Unjust Peace Is Better than the Pretense of a ‘Just’ Major Power War.” Meer: Economy & Politics, 18 Mar. 2022, .?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Washington and Kyiv versus Moscow: Toward a War of Attrition? Or Major Power War?” Meer: Economy & Politics, 18 May 2022, .?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Absurd Barriers: The French, Islam and the Banlieue: What’s Next?”?South Asia: The Complete Magazine for the Region, 3 June, 2021, pp. 14–5,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “?tats-Unis, Chine Europe?: quelle remondialisation??”?SHERIF?: souveraineté et interdépendance: De la mondialisation à la planétisation, Almanach, Ginkgo éditeur, 2021.

  • Gardner, Hall. “From the Origins of World War I to Global Conflict Today: World War I, World War II to World War III???” Florida Political Chronicle, vol. 28, no. 1: Centennial of World War I & League of Nations, 1914 to 2019, special issue – book, 2021, p. 351.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Book Review: The Origins of World War I and Poverty of Neo-Realism.”?Florida Political Chronicle, vol. 28, no. 1: Centennial of World War I & League of Nations, 1914 to 2019, special issue – book, 2021, p. 351.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Propos de Hall Gardner sur l’ouvrage?: ?tats-Unis, Chine Europe?: quelle remondialisation??”?Fondation Prospective et Innovation, 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Why America and Europe Need a Transatlantic Strategic Council.”?The National Interest, 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Trump and the Siege of the US Capitol: It Can Still Happen Here!”?Meer, 18 Jan. 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Beyond Impeachment: The Case for a One-Term Limit for Presidents and Other Constitutional Reforms.”?Meer, 18 Feb. 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Weimar Analogy Revisited: Historical Conflicts Tend to Recur in Ever-Changing and Generally Unexpected Variations.”?Meer, 18 Mar. 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Silkworm Secrets: New and Very Risky Ventures upon a Global Silk Road.”?Meer, 18 Apr. 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Future Is Going to Be Great: Spacefaring Civilization Will Not Bring a Future Better than the Past!”?Meer,?18 May 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Talkin’ World War III China Blues: It Is Time to Re-Assess US Global Strategy toward China.”?Meer, 18 June 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Resectoscopic Experience.”?Meer,?18 July 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Gavage of the America Dream: All Self-Inflicted by the Agri-Industrial Corporate System.”?Meer, 18 Aug. 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Collapse of Kabul: Gastrectomy of a Distended American Empire.”?Meer, 18 Sep. 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Visiting the War Memorial.”?Meer, 18 Oct. 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “War Is Not Inevitable: A Lean China Confronts an Obese America.”?Meer, 18 Nov. 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “After the Yankee Doodle Dandy Democracy Summit: The Biden Administration Virtual Summit on Democracy.”?Meer,?18 Dec. 2021,?.

Poetry publications

  • Gardner, Hall. “If This Creation Is Not Religious, It Is Not.” Paris/Atlantic, no. 39, 2021,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Vincent’s Room.” Paris/Atlantic, vol. 38, 2020, pp. 98–102,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Biden vs Trump: The Polarization of America.”?Wall Street International, Nov. 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “COVID-19 and Trump’s New Scapegoat: The People’s Republic of China.”?Wall Street International, May 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “COVID-19: From Not-so-Unexpected Pandemic to Not-so-Accidental Global War?”?Wall Street International, Apr. 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “In Your Absence My Self Becomes Another: Museo Criminale Medievale, San Gimignano (For Isabel).”?Wall Street International, Aug. 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “It Can Happen Here: A Trump Election Coup?”?Wall Street International, Sept. 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “It Can Happen Here: Protest and Repression after the Asphyxiation of George Floyd.” Wall Street International, June 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “The American Cowboy – Iranian Mullah Showdown: Countdown to World War Trump IV.” Wall Street International, Feb. 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Boto: Legend of the Amazon Pink Dolphin.”?Wall Street International,?Mar. 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Right to Vote in Government and in the Workplace: One of the Essential Liberties Promised by the American Revolution.” Wall Street International, July 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Trump Legacy: Morphing GWOT into Major Power Warfare.”?Wall Street International, Dec. 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Trump 4neva!: A Pre-US Election Philippic.”?Wall Street International, Oct. 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Venice: Weeping with Water against Water (Selections).”?Wall Street International, Jan. 2020,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Donald Trump, President for Life? We Need Term Limits Now.”?The Hill, May 2019,?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Review of: Chaos in the Liberal Order: The Trump Presidency and International Politics in the Twenty-First Century/Robert Jervis, Francis J. Gavin, Joshua Rovner, Diane N. Labrosse, Eds.”?H-Net, 2019,?

  • Gardner, Hall. “The G-7 Summit: Sovereigntism vs. Internationalism.”?Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Diplomatist, vol. 7, no. 9, 2019,?.

  • Gardner, Hall. “Lotus Foot Metamorphosis”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 December 2019),?

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Clash: Israel, Saudi Arabia, Iran, and now Turkey: Countdown to World War Trump II”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 October 2019),?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Countdown to World War Trump: Iran and the new ‘Butter Battle’ arms rivalry”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 September 2019),?

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Opioid Crisis and the Legalization of Drugs: A new approach”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 August 2019),?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Vincent’s Room: A visit to the last residence of Vincent Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 July 2019),?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Brain Storm: The Death Penalty, Return of the Electric Chair, Lethal Injection, and the Question of Revenge”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 June 2019),?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Weep Harlem, For Your King For your king, is dead!!!”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 May 2019),?

  • Gardner, Hall. “For Radical US Constitutional Reforms: A single 5- to 6-year term Presidency now”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 April 2019),?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Impeachment is Not Enough! Toward a single-term Presidency”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 March 2019),?

  • Gardner, Hall. “Fable of the Honey Bees: A journey in Monte Bianco, Valle d’Aosta”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 February 2019),?

  • Gardner, Hall. “The Year 2019: Between Timocracy and Plutocracy”?Wall Street International Magazine?(18 January 2019),?

GILBERT, GEOFF
  • Gilbert, Geoff. “Marginal Pleasures and the Curve of Indifference: The Value of Pleasure in Late Henry James.”?Revue fran?aise d’études américaines, vol. 167, no. 2, 2021, pp. 85–98,?.

  • Gilbert, Geoff. “The Durability of Affect and the Ageing of Gay Male Queer Theory.”?Affect and Literature, edited by Alex Houen, Cambridge University Press, 2020, pp. 133–58.

GOLUB, PHILIP
  • Golub, Philip S. “China’s Russia Problem.” Le Monde Diplomatique, 7 Mar. 2022, .?

  • Golub, Philip S. “Le Dilemme Iranien Des ?tats-Unis.” Les Grands Dossiers de Diplomatie, vol. 69, 1 Aug. 2022, .?

  • H?gel, Peter?
    H?gel, Peter. “Billionaires in World Politics: Clarifications and Refinements.” Journal of Global Ethics, vol. 18, no. 2, 2022, pp. 234–47, .?

  • Golub, Philip, et al. “Pierre Bourdieu and Politics.”?Filozofija i Drustvo, vol. 32, no. 4, 2021, pp. 567–86,?.

  • Golub, Philip. “Contre Washington, Pékin mise sur la finance=Wolf-Warrior Diplomacy and the US State. Wall Street’s Unlikely New Military Romance with China.”?Le Monde diplomatique, Nov. 2021,?.

  • Golub, Philip. “Le désengagement américain.”?Le Moyen-Orient et le monde: L’état du monde 2021, edited by Bertrand Badie and Dominique Vidal, La Decouverte, 2020, pp. 172–81.

  • Golub, Philip. “Chine - ?tats-Unis, le choc du XXIe siècle.”?Le Monde diplomatique: Manière de voir, May 2020.

  • Golub, Philip. “Letter: There Was No Escaping the Red Death in the End.” Financial Times, Mar. 24, 2020,?.

  • Golub, Philip. “Trois hypothèses géopolitiques.”?Le Monde diplomatique, June 2020,?.

  • Golub, Philip. “Au sortir de la seconde guerre mondiale.”?Fin du leadership américain??:? L’état du monde 2020, edited by Bertrand Badie and Dominique Vidal, La Decouverte, 2019, pp. 41–49.

  • Golub, Philip. “Les hégémonies dans le système capitaliste moderne.”?Manuel indocile de sciences sociales, edited by Philippe Boursiet and Willy Pelletier, La Découverte, 2019, pp. 602–12.

  • Golub, Philip. “Pourquoi le tournant dans le système international.”?La paix: civilisation, mondialisation, émancipation: Actes 3 du séminaire de la Fondation Gabriel Péri “Construire la paix, déconstruire et prévenir la guerre,”?edited by Fondation Gabriel Péri, Fondation Gabriel Péri, 2019, pp. 29–35.

  • Golub, Philip, and No?lle Burgi. “La Grèce dans la nouvelle division socio-spatiale et symbolique de l’Europe.”?Espaces de la crise?: Crise de l’espace, edited by Laureano Monrero et al., Orbis Tertius, 2019, pp. 35–60.

  • Golub, Philip S. “Curbing China’s Rise.”?Le Monde Diplomatique, Oct. 2019, https://mondediplo.com/2019/10/05china.

GUNN, DANIEL
  • Beckett, Samuel. The Letters of Samuel Beckett: Volume 1, 1929–1940: 《萨缪尔贝克特书信集第一卷》. Edited by Martha Dow Fehsenfeld et al., Translated by Bo Cao, vol. I, II, Hunan Literature and Art Publishing House, 2021.Gunn, Daniel. “Notes on the Translator’s Space/The Editor’s Place.” Translation Crafts, Contexts, Consequences, edited by Jan Steyn, Cambridge University Press, 2022, pp. 179–93.?

  • Cusk, Rachel, and Siemon Scamell-Katz. Quarry. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, American University of Paris, 2022, .?

  • Milne, Anna-Louise. A General Practice. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, American University of Paris, 2021, .?

  • Warner, Marina. Temporale. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, American University of Paris, 2022, .?

  • Applebee, Andrea. Mercy Athena. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, The American University of Paris; Sylph Editions, 2020.

  • Cole, Peter, and Terry Winters.?On Being Drawn. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, The American University of Paris; Sylph Editions, 2020.

  • Mukherjee, Neel. Avian. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, The American University of Paris; Sylph Editions, 2020.

  • Down, Jennifer, and Dennis Paphitis.?Aesop. Edited by Dan Gunn, Rizzoli, 2019.

  • Duras, Marguerite, and Dan Gunn. “Me and the World:?Introduction.”?Me & Other Writing, Dorothy, a publishing project, 2019.

  • Gunn, Dan. “Aharon Appelfeld: A Shadow upon the Silence.”?Jewish Identity and Comparative Studies/Judéité et Comparatism: Etudies offertes à Astrid Starck-Adler par ses collègues et amis à l’occasion de son soixante-quinzième anniversaire, edited by Roy Rosenstein and Danielle Buschinger, Presses du Centre d’Etudes Médiévales de Picardie, 2019.

  • Gunn, Dan. “Beckett’s Letters: The Edition and the Corpus.”?The New Samuel Beckett Studies, edited by Jean-Michel Rabaté, Cambridge University Press, 2019.

  • Gunn, Dan. “Eulogy for George Craig.”?Journal of Beckett Studies, vol. 28, no. 2, 2019, pp. 232–39, doi:10.3366/jobs.2019.0270.

  • Gunn, Dan. “The Significance of Shakespeare in Gabriel Josipovici’s Work.”?European Judaism, vol. 52, no. 1, 2019, pp. 27–31, doi:10.3167/ej.2019.520106.

H?GEL, PETER
  • H?gel, Peter. “Le pouvoir des milliardaires philanthropes dans la politique mondiale.”?Philanthropes en démocratie, edited by Sylvain Lefèvre and Anne Monier, PUF, 2021, pp. 59–70.

  • Hagel, Peter. “Reichtum und Lebensführung: Wenn sich Milliard?re zur Weltpolitik berufen fühlen [Wealth and Ways of Life: World Politics as a Vocation for Billionaires].”?Soziale Ungleichheit der Lebensführung, edited by Anja R?cke et al., Beltz Juventa, 2019, pp. 162–86.

HARDING, ADRIAN
  • Tredy, Dennis, et al., editors.?Reading Henry James in the Twenty-First Century: Heritage and Transmission.?Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019.

HARSIN, JAYSON
  • Harsin, Jayson. “Aggro-Truth: (Dis-)Trust, Toxic Masculinity, and the Cultural Logic of Post-Truth Politics.” Communication Review, vol. 24, no. 2, Apr. 2021, pp. 133–66,?.

  • Harsin, Jayson. “Post-Truth Reflections on Public Origins and Functions of Publishing.”?Information, Medium, and Society: Journal of Publishing Studies, vol. 19, no. 1, 2021, pp. 7–19.

  • Harsin, Jayson. “Toxic White Masculinity, Post-Truth Politics and the COVID-19 Infodemic.”?European Journal of Cultural Studies,?2020, vol. 23, no. 6, pp. 1060–68,?.

  • Harsin, Jayson. “Emo-Truthful Trump-Biden 2020: Another Post-Truth Election.”?Oxford University Press Blog, Oct. 27, 2020,?.

  • Harsin, Jayson. “Political Attention: A Genealogy of Reinscriptions.”?Communication in the Era of Attention Scarcity, edited by Waddick Doyle and Claudia Roda, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 75–111, https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/aup/detail.action?docID=5896870.

  • Harsin, Jayson. “Post-Truth and Critical Communication.”?The Oxford Encyclopedia of Communication and Critical Cultural Studies, edited by Dana Cloud, Oxford University Press, 2019, http://oxfordre.com/communication/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.001.0001/acrefore-9780190228613-e-757.

HOBART, BRENTON
  • Hobart, Brenton. “‘Oncques n’y prindrent mal’: prophylaxis and the plague scenes in Rabelais’ Gargantua and Pantagruel – from action to reception.” Arts et Savoirs? L’art de déjouer le mal. Savoirs et discours prophylactiques (xvie-xxe siècles), no. 18, 2022, .?

  • Hobart, Brenton. “Review of: Judy Kem, Pathologies of Love: Medicine and the Woman Question in Early Modern France, Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 2019.” The Sixteenth Century Journal, 2022.?

  • Hobart, Brenton. “Montaigne’s Plague: An Event or a Literary Device?”?Montaigne Studies: An Interdisciplinary?Forum, vol. 32: Montaigne, la maladie et la médecine, no. 1–2, 2020, pp. 119–36.

  • Hobart, Brenton. “La Peste Terrestre Anthropomorphe à La Renaissance. L’Exemple Du Pantagruel De Rabelais.”?La Renaissance au grand large?: Mélanges en l’honneur de Frank Lestringant, edited by Véronique Ferrer et al., Librairie Droz, 2019, pp. 427–36.

HOLLINSHEAD-STRICK, CARY
  • Hollinshead-Strick, Cary. “Text Puréed or in Patches: Alimentary Metaphors for Press Practices.”?Romanic Review, vol. 112, no. 2, Sept. 2021, pp. 305–20,?.

KIM, YOUNA
  • Kim, Youna. “Hallyu: Soft Power and Politics.” Hallyu!: The Korean Wave, edited by Rosalie Kim, V&A Publishing, 2022.?

  • Kim, Youna. “Introduction.” Media in Asia: Global, Digital, Gendered and Mobile, Routledge, 2022, pp. 1–39, .?

  • Kim, Youna. “Soft Power and Cultural Nationalism: Globalization of the Korean Wave.” Media in Asia: Global, Digital, Gendered and Mobile, Routledge, 2022, pp. 93–107, .?

  • Kim, Youna. “Transnational Popular Culture.” Handbook on Transnationalism, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022, pp. 246–61.?

  • Kim, Youna. “Digital Media and East Asian Diaspora.”?Routledge Handbook of Asian Diaspora and Development, edited by Ajaya K. Sahoo, 8th edition, Routledge, 2021.

  • Kim, Youna. “North Korea and South Korean Popular Culture in the Digital Age.”?The Soft Power of the Korean Wave: Parasite, BTS and Drama, edited by Youna Kim, Routledge, 2021,?.

  • Kim, Youna. “Popular Culture and Soft Power in the Social Media Age.”?The Soft Power of the Korean Wave: Parasite, BTS and Drama, edited by Youna Kim, Routledge, 2021,?.

  • Kim, Youna. “Study Abroad, Media and Digital Diaspora of Korean Women.”?Attitudes to English Study among Japanese, Chinese and Korean Women:?Motivations, Expectations and Identity, edited by Yoko Kobayashi, Routledge, 2020, pp. 13–29.

  • Kim, Youna. “Media and Transnational Mobility of Korean Women.”?Transnational Mobility and Identity in and Out of Korea, edited by Yonson Ahn, Lexington Books, 2019.

  • Nye, Joseph, and Youna Kim. “Soft Power and the Korean Wave.”?Soft Power and the Korean Wave, edited by Youna Kim, 1st ed., Routledge, 2019.

KINNE, ELIZABETH
  • Amoureux, Laurence, et al. “The Digital Humanities in the Global Liberal Arts: Discovery and Collaboration.”?Library Partnerships in International Liberal Arts Education: Building Relationships Across Cultural and Institutional Lines, edited by Jeff Hiroshi Gima and Kara Malenfant, Association of College & Research Libraries, 2020, pp. 21–31,?.

KOBTZEFF, OLEG
  • Kobtzeff, Oleg. “Pour Une ?tude Comparative Des Pèlerinages Sur Les Tombes de Saint Germain d’Alaska et de Saint Séraphim de Sarov. Commentaires Sur Des Notes de Terrain.” Semaine d’?tudes?Liturgiques:?Liturgies de Pèlerinages, edited by Adrian Florentin Craciun et al., vol. 66, ? Aschendorff, 2020, pp. 217–42.

  • Kobtzeff, Oleg, editor-in-chief.?Nature & Cultures, issues Spring 2020, Fall 2020, Spring-Fall 2021,?.

  • Kobtzeff, Oleg.?City in a Park, City by the Sea: My Helsinki. 2020,?.

  • Kobtzeff, Oleg. “Understanding the Situation in Belarus.”?Nature & Cultures, 2020,?.

  • Kobtzeff, Oleg. “Wildlife Photographer Michel Rawicki.”?Nature & Cultures, 2020,?.

KUO, MICHELLE
  • Kuo, Michelle. “What Replaces Prisons?”?The New York Review of Books,?Aug. 2020,?.

  • Becker, Daniel Levin, et al. “Exploding Clichés: On ?ric Chevillard’s Versatile Prose.”?Los Angeles Review of Books,?Dec. 2020,?.

  • Kuo, Michelle.?Reading With Patrick: Japanese translation. Hakusuisha, 2020.

KURKDJIAN, SOPHIE
  • Hébrard, Véronique, and Sophie Kurkdjian. “Mode et textiles en représentation. Circulations, transferts et appropriations, XVIIe-XXe siècles.” Histoire, Europe et relations internationales, vol. 1, no. 1, 2022, pp. 11–16, .?

  • Bass-Krueger, Maude, et al., editors.?Fashion, Society, and the First World War: International Perspectives. Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2021,?.

  • Kurkdjian, Sophie. “? la mode.”?Juana Romani (1867-1923), modèle et peintre. Un Rêve d’absolu, edited by Marion Lagrange et al., Hyper Article en Ligne - Sciences de l’Homme et de la Société, 2021.

  • Kurkdjian, Sophie. “L’épreuve de La Guerre et La Renaissance de Vogue Fran?ais, 1939–1954.”?Vogue Paris 100 Years, edited by Sylvie Lécallier, Thames & Hudson Ltd; Paris Musees, 2021.

Publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals:

  • Bass-Krueger, Maude, et al. “Introduction.”?French Historical Studies, vol. 43, no. 2, 2020, pp. 137–43,?.

  • Kurkdjian, Sophie. “Paris as the Capital of Fashion, 1858–1939: An Inquiry.” Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture,?vol. 24, no. 3, 2020, pp. 371–91,?.

Journal articles:

  • Kurkdjian, Sophie. “La couture ne conna?t pas la crise.”?La Revue des Deux Mondes,?2021.

Peer-reviewed conference proceedings:

  • Kurkdjian, Sophie. “La Gazette du bon ton de Lucien Vogel et l’Art déco.”?Les années 1910. Arts décoratifs, mode, design, edited by Jérémie Cerman, new edition, Peter Lang, 2021, pp. 113–30.

  • Kurkdjian, Sophie. “From Paris to New York: The Methods Used by Paris Haute Couture to Maintain Its Domination on the Fashion World on Both Sides of the Atlantic, 1939–46, through Women’s Magazines.” Paris Fashion and World War?Two: Global Diffusion and Nazi Control, edited by Lou Taylor and Marie McLoughlin, illustrated edition, Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2020, pp. 115–38.

  • Kurkdjian, Sophie. “Du vêtement de travail aux pièces de couture. Entre madeleines de Proust et réappropriations culturelles.” Vetements Modeles, edited by Isabelle Crampes and Coline Zellal, MuCEM, 2020.

  • Kurkdjian, Sophie. “Paris as the Capital of Fashion, 1858–1939: An Inquiry.”?Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture, vol. 24, no. 3, 2020, pp. 371–91,?.

  • Bass-Krueger, Maude, et al. “Introduction.”?French Historical Studies, vol. 43, no. 2: Fashion in French History, Apr. 2020, pp. 137–43,?.

LAURENT, CAROLINE
  • Laurent, Caroline D. Mémoire et Imag(e)ination?: La Représentation de la violence et du génocide cambodgien par l’art séquentiel. By Fran?oise Lavocat and Charlotte Kraus, Illustrated édition, Sorbonne PSN, 2022.?

  • P. So, Angelica, and Caroline D. Laurent. “Embodiment and Transmission: An Interview with Franco-Cambodian Cartoonist Tian Veasna.” Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics, vol. 13, no. 3, 2022, pp. 486–98, .?

  • Laurent, Caroline D. “Vers une mémoire partagée des tirailleurs sénégalais.”?MemWar. Memorie e oblii delle guerre e dei traumi del XX secolo, edited by Anna Giaufret and Laura Quercioli Mincer, Genova University Press, 2021, pp. 51–68,?.

  • Laurent, Caroline D. “David Diop: His Haunting Account of a Senegalese Soldier That Won the Booker Prize.”?The Conversation Africa,?.

  • Laurent, Caroline D. “Mohamed Mbougar Sarr: Senegalese Novelist’s Win Is a Landmark for African Literature.”?The Conversation Africa, 9 Nov. 2021,?.

LIBAL, TOMER
  • Libal, Tomer, et al. “A Bimodal Simulation of Defeasibility in the Normative Domain.”?Proceedings of FCR-2020, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2020, pp. 41–54.

  • Libal, Tomer, et al. “A Meta-Level Annotation Language for Legal Texts.”?Logic and Argumentation, edited by Mehdi Dastani et al., Springer International Publishing, 2020, pp. 131–50, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-44638-3_9.

  • Libal, Tomer, and Alexander Steen. “NAI: Towards Transparent and Usable Semi-Automated Legal Analysis.”?Jusletter IT. Die Zeitschrift Für IT Und Recht, 2020, pp. 265–272.

  • Libal, Tomer, and Alexander Steen. “Towards an Executable Methodology for the Formalization of Legal Texts.”?International Conference on Logic and Argumentation, Springer, 2020, pp. 151–165.

  • Novotna, Tereza, and Tomer Libal. “Towards Automating Inconsistency Checking of Legal Texts.” Responsible Digitalization: IRIS2020 – International Legal Informatics Symposium 2020, 2020,?.

  • Libal, Tomer, and Matteo Pascucci. “Automated Reasoning in Normative Detachment Structures with Ideal Conditions.”?Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, Association for Computing Machinery, 2019, pp. 63–72, doi:10.1145/3322640.3326707.

  • Libal, Tomer, and Alexander Steen. “NAI: The Normative Reasoner.”?Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, Association for Computing Machinery, 2019, pp. 262–263, doi:10.1145/3322640.3326721.

  • Libal, Tomer, and Alexander Steen. “The NAI Suite – Drafting and Reasoning over Legal Texts.”?JURIX, 2019, pp. 244–46, doi:10.3233/FAIA190333.

  • Libal, Tomer, and Marco Volpe. “A General Proof Certification Framework for Modal Logic.”?Mathematical Structures in Computer Science, 2019, pp. 1–35, doi:10.1017/S0960129518000440.

LIBINA, MARSHA
  • Libina, Marsha. “Visions in Stone: Illusion, Animation and the Devotional Gaze in the Art of Northern Italy.”?Renaissance Studies,?vol. 36, no. 3, 2021, pp. 412–40.

  • Libina, Marsha. “Picturing Time and Eternity in Sebastiano Del Piombo’s Viterbo Pietà.”?The Sixteenth Century Journal,?vol. 51, no. 2, pp. 385–418, 2020.

  • Libina, Marsha. “Divine Visions: Image-Making and Imagination in Pictures of Saint Luke Painting the Virgin.”?Mitteilungen Des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz (Max-Planck-Institut), vol. 61, no. 2, 2019, pp. 253–63.

  • Libina, Marsha. “Review of:? Robert Williams. Raphael and the Redefinition of Art in Renaissance Italy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.”?Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme, vol. 42, no. 1, 2019, pp. 424–27.

LINCOLN, LISSA
  • Lincoln, Lissa. “Dalit Feminist Testimonio: The Case of Dalit Literature.” Gender Justice and the Law:?Theoretical Practices of Intersectional Identity, edited by Elaine Wood, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2020.

MAJED, ZIAD
  • Majed, Ziad. “La Syrie dans les enjeux régionaux et internationaux.” Syrie, le pays br?lé: le livre noir des Assad (1970-2021), edited by Catherine Coquio et al., Seuil, 2022, pp. 360–71, .?

  • Majed, Ziad.“Au Liban, Des Législatives En Plein Marasme.” ? l’air Libre, Mediapart, mai 2022, .--- “Forty Years Ago: The 1982 WORLD CUP under the Siege of Beirut.” Quand La Peur Change de Camp, 20 Nov. 2022, .?

  • Majed, Ziad. “Le Front Républicain Contre l’extrême Droite Résistera-t-Il Longtemps?” L’Orient-Le Jour, mai 2022, .?

  • Majed, Ziad. “Le Liban au prisme des élections législatives - AOC media.” AOC media - Analyse Opinion Critique, Mai 2022, .?

  • Majed, Ziad. “On the political trajectories of Lebanon and Iraq.” Journal of Palestine Studies, Jan. 2022.?

  • Majed, Ziad. “Palestine and the question of impunity.” Al-Quds Al-Arabi, June 2022.?

  • Majed, Ziad. “Pour Une Démarchandisation Des Secteurs d’intérêts Communs: Review of: Une Brève Histoire de l’égalité by Thomas Piketty.” L’Orient-Le Jour, 30 Mar. 2022, .?

  • Majed, Ziad. “Pourquoi Le Football Passionne-t-Il Toujours Autant??” L’Orient-Le Jour, 1 Dec. 2022, .?

  • Majed, Ziad. “Syrie: Le régime du pillage et de l’engloutissement des cadavres.” Quand la peur change de camp, mai 2022, .?

  • Majed, Ziad. Syrie: Radiographie d’un conflit. Episode 2/2: Peuple Syrien: de l’exil à l’impossible reconstruction, .?

  • Majed, Ziad. Syrie: Radiographie d’un conflit. Episode 1/2: Radiographie d’un conflit sans fin, .?

  • Majed, Ziad. “The French presidential elections and the crisis of the Left.” Al-Quds Al-Arabi, May 2022.?

  • Majed, Ziad. “What Do the May 2022 Legislative Elections in Lebanon Reveal? (Originally Published in French in AOC, Paris: ).” Quand La Peur Change de Camp, mai 2022, .?

  • Majed, Ziad. “Will the Republican Front against the Far Right Hold up for Long in France?” Quand La Peur Change de Camp, mai 2022, .?

  • Majed, Ziad. “Foreword.”?Lettres à Samira, by Yassin Al Haj Saleh, translated by Souad Labbize, Lisieres, 2021.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Lexique revolutionnaire : Des vagues et des mots.”?Il était une fois... les révolutions arabes, edited by Institut du Monde Arabe, Le Seuil, 2021, pp. 169–73.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Guerre en Syrie?: Assad, dix ans plus tard, règne sur un monceau de ruines.”?Revue Contre temps, vol. 49, 2021.

  • Majed, Ziad. “L’agonie du Grand Liban.”?L’Orient-Le Jour, 2021,?.

  • Majed, Ziad. “On Islamophobia and the Dilemma of Racism in France (Arabic).”?The Journal of Palestine Studies, 2021.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Révolution, barbarie et occupations.”?Révolutions et contre-révolutions dans le monde arabe, edited by Pierre Blanc, Editions L’Harmattan, 2020.

  • Majed, Ziad. “The French Initiative in Lebanon and the American Iranian Negotiations (Arabic).”?Al-Jazeera Studies Center, 2021.

  • Majed, Ziad, and Olivia Gesbert.?Printemps arabes?: la révolution des mots???14 Jan. 2021,?.

  • Jabbour, Samer, et al. “10 Years of the Syrian Conflict: A Time to Act and Not Merely to Remember.”?The Lancet, vol. 0, no. 0, Mar. 2021,?.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Fragmentation and Rupture.” Syria: Borders, Boundaries, and the State, edited by Matthieu Cimino, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

  • Al-Haj Saleh, Yassin, et al. “Tribune: Sur la crise de l’islam: Le nihilisme djihadiste prospère quand se ferment les systèmes politiques des pays à majorité musulmane.”?Le Monde.fr, Oct. 27, 2020,?.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Beirut Explosion and the Geopolitics of the French Initiative in Lebanon.”?Al-Jazeera Studies Center, Aug. 2020.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Beirut’s Disaster and the Decline of the Lebanese System.”?Journal for Palestine Studies, Sept. 2020.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Arab Normalization with Assad’s Syria as Part of the Counter-Revolutionary.”?Aljazeera Center for Studies, Feb. 2019.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Du Moyen-Orient et des idées re?ues.”?L’Orient-Le Jour, Apr. 2019, https://www.lorientlejour.com/article/1165237/du-moyen-orient-et-des-idees-recues.html.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Trump, the Golan Heights and the Violation of International Law.”?Aljazeera Center for Studies, May 2019.

  • Majed, Ziad, and Leila A?ssaoui. “Monde arabe: des révolutions qui se suivent et ne se ressemblent pas.”?Mediapart, 31 May 2019.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Le Moyen-Orient ou le règne de l’impunité: Preface.”?Pour que le Moyen-Orient retrouve la paix, Editions L’Harmattan, 2019, pp. 5–8.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Le repositionnement de la France en Syrie est ??un défi??.”?Political, Sept. 2019, https://www.political.fr/single-post/Ziad-Majed.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Les acquis persistants des révolutions arabes.”?L’Orient-Le Jour, Sept. 2019, https://www.lorientlejour.com/article/1188458/les-acquis-persistants-des-revolutions-arabes.html.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Au Liban, un air de ‘Mai 68.’”?Le Monde.fr, Oct. 2019, https://www.lemonde.fr/idees/article/2019/10/28/ziad-majed-au-liban-un-air-de-mai-68_6017151_3232.html.

  • Majed, Ziad. “Trois observations sur une révolution en cours.”?L’Orient-Le Jour, Nov. 2019.

MARTZ, LINDA
  • Martz, Linda. “‘That Splendid Body of Women’: Nursing, Professional Registration, and Suffragette Militancy.”?Women’s History Review, vol. 29, no. 6, 2020, pp. 1000–15,?.

  • Martz, Linda. “The COVID Life/La Vie COVID.”?Women’s History Review, vol. 29, no. 7, 2020, pp. 1239–45,?.

  • Weill, Sharon, et al., editors. The President on Trial: Prosecuting?Hissène Habré. Sections translated by Linda Martz, Oxford University Press, 2020,?

MCGUINNESS, JUSTIN
  • McGuinness, Justin, translator. Loving Wallada?by Khemir, Nacer. Qatar, Doha Film Institute and France, Wallada Productions, 2019.

MEDIN, DANIEL
  • Boehmer, Elleke, et al. “Resisting Stereotypes: Art, Activism and the Literature Industry.” Authorship, Activism and Celebrity: Art and Action in Global Literature, edited by Sandra Mayer and Ruth Scobie, Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2023, pp. 82–93.?

  • Cusk, Rachel, and Siemon Scamell-Katz. Quarry. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, American University of Paris, 2022, .?

  • “Dossier on Chinese novelist Can Xue.” Schreibheft, Zeitschrift für Literatur, vol. 99, 2022.?

  • Milne, Anna-Louise. A General Practice. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, American University of Paris, 2021, .?

  • Warner, Marina. Temporale. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, American University of Paris, 2022, .?

  • Dennis, Amanda, and Aysegul Savas. “A Map the Size of the Territory: Letters on Space and Literature.” Music & Literature. Edited by Daniel Medin, 1 Feb. 2022, .?

  • Heal, Olivia. “Daisy Hildyard’s Emergency.” Music & Literature. Edited by Daniel Medin, 21 Apr. 2022, .?

  • Cusk, Rachel and Siemon Scamell-Katz. “Quarry.”?Cahier Series, edited by Daniel Medin, no. 38, 2021.

  • “Directed dossier on American poet Mary Ruefle.”?Schreibheft - Zeitschrift für Literatur, edited by Daniel Medin, no. 97, 2021,?.

  • Medin, Daniel. Contributing Editor of?The White Review, no. 30, no. 31, no. 32, 2021,?.

  • Milne, Anna-Louise. “A General Practice.”?Cahier Series, edited by Daniel Medin, no. 37, 2021.

  • Ostashevsky, Eugene. “A Conversation with Lucia Ronchetti.”?Music & Literature, edited by Daniel Medin, 27 Apr. 2021,?.

  • Vergera, José. “A Conversation with Alisa Ganieva.”?Music & Literature, edited by Daniel Medin, 22 Mar. 2021,?.

  • Wilm, Jan. “Dag Solstad’s Novel 11, Book 18.”?Music & Literature, edited by Daniel Medin, 21 Sept. 2021,?.

  • Medin, Daniel, and Hannah Gressler. “Promoting Translation through a Literary Center.”?La T?che Poétique Du Traducteur, edited by Céline Barral et al., Hermann, 2020.

  • Medin, Daniel, and Jan Wilm. “Ein Tempel aus Sprache: Joshua Cohen: Mit Beitr?gen von Ulrich Blumenbach, Daniel Medin und Jan Wilm.”?Schreibheft, Zeitschrift für Literatur., no. 20, 2020.

  • As Editor of?Music & Literature?(Houston, TX)

  • Chevillard, ?ric. “A Coronavirus Story”; “Humor’s Herd Behavior”; “Reinventing Pound Cake”; “The Pretext of Physical Fitness”; “The Hothead and the Sage”; “Lachesis”; “Nature Takes Its Course”; “The Pleasure of Canceling”; “Making Masks at Home”; “Quarantine Journaling.”?Music & Literature, edited by Daniel Medin, translated by Daniel Levin Becker, vol. 10, Taylor Davis-Van Atta, 2020.

  • As Associate Series Editor of the?Cahiers Series?(Paris/London)

  • Applebee, Andrea. Mercy Athena. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, The American University of Paris; Sylph Editions, 2020.

  • Cole, Peter, and Terry Winters.?On Being Drawn. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, The American University of Paris; Sylph Editions, 2020.

  • Mukherjee, Neel.?Avian. Edited by Dan Gunn and Daniel Medin, Center for Writers & Translators, The American University of Paris; Sylph Editions, 2020.

  • As Contributing Editor of?The White Review?(London)

  • Medin, Daniel. Recommendations for Literature in Translation. The White Review, vol. 27, 28, 29, 2020.

  • As Contributing Editor of?Edit?(Leipzig)

  • Xue, Can. “Dust.”?Edit, Daniel Medin commissioned translation, translated by Karin Betz, vol. 80, 2020.

  • Medin, Daniel, et al., editors.?Music & Literature: An Arts Magazine – No. 9. Taylor Davis-Van Atta, 2019.

  • Medin, Daniel, editor. Recommendations for Literature in Translation.?The White Review 24, 25, 26, 2019,?.

MEDVED, MARIA
  • Medved, Maria, et al. “Older adults’ mental health information preferences: A call for more balanced treatment-related information”. Ageing & Society, Cambridge University Press, vol. 1, no. 30, 2022, pp. 1-30.???

DOI: ?

  • McCallum, Ross, et al. “Longitudinal Mixed Modelling of Emergency Department Use Among a Sample of Homeless Participants in a Housing First Demonstration Trial.”?Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, vol. 32, no. 4, 2021, pp. 1829–43,?.

  • Isaak, Corinne A., et al. “Conceptualizations of Help-Seeking for Mental Health Concerns in First Nations Communities in Canada: A Comparison of Fit with the Andersen Behavioral Model.”?Transcultural Psychiatry, vol. 57, no. 2, 2020, pp. 346–62. Sage UK: London, England.

  • Kenyon, Katherine M., et al. “The Process of Empowerment Reflected in Women’s Narratives of Their Stay in a Domestic Violence Shelter.” Partner Abuse, vol. 11, no. 1, 2020, pp. 3–21, doi:10.1891/1946-6560.11.1.3.

  • McCallum, Ross, et al. “Fixed Nodes of Transience: Narratives of Homelessness and Emergency Department Use.”?Qualitative Health Research, vol. 30, no. 8, 2020, pp. 1183–95,?.

  • Medved, Maria I. “A Psychological Report Is Literally a Mind on Paper.” Interchange, vol. 51, no. 1, 2020, pp. 25–32.

  • Reynolds, Kristin, et al. “Older Adults’ Narratives of Seeking Mental Health Treatment: Making Sense of Mental Health Challenges and ‘Muddling Through’ to Care.”?Qualitative Health Research, vol. 30, no. 10, 2020, pp. 1517–28,?.

MLIH, FOUAD
  • Mlih, Fouad. “Review of: Avicenna and the Aristotelian Tradition: Introduction to Reading Avicenna’s Philosophical Works, Second, Revised and Enlarged Edition, Including an Inventory of Avicenna’s Authentic Works, Written by Dimitri Gutas.” Arabica, vol. 67, no. 4, 2020, pp. 437–45,?.

  • Mlih, Fouad. “Une image des dialecticiens et des théologiens dans le Kitāb al-?adal d’Avicenne.”?Proceedings of a Colloquium for the Société Internationale d’Histoire des Sciences et de Philosophie Arabe et Islamiques,?2020.

NGUYEN-LUONG, QUANG
  • Ginsburg, A., et al. “ALMA-IMF - II. Investigating the Origin of Stellar Masses: Continuum Images and Data Processing.” Astronomy & Astrophysics, vol. 662, 2022, p. A9, .?

  • Motte, F., et al. “ALMA-IMF - I. Investigating the Origin of Stellar Masses: Introduction to the Large Program and First Results.” Astronomy & Astrophysics, vol. 662, 2022, p. A8, .?

  • Neralwar, K. R., D. Colombo, A. Duarte-Cabral, J. S. Urquhart, M. Mattern, F. Wyrowski, K. M. Menten, P. Barnes, ?. Sánchez-Monge, H. Beuther, et al. “The SEDIGISM Survey: Molecular Cloud Morphology - I. Classification and Star Formation.” Astronomy & Astrophysics, vol. 663, 2022, p. A56, .?

  • Neralwar, K. R., D. Colombo, A. Duarte-Cabral, J. S. Urquhart, M. Mattern, F. Wyrowski, K. M. Menten, P. Barnes, ?. Sánchez-Monge, A. J. Rigby, et al. “The SEDIGISM Survey: Molecular Cloud Morphology - II. Integrated Source Properties.” Astronomy & Astrophysics, vol. 664, 2022, p. A84, .?

ODONKOR, EVELYN
  • Odonkor, Evelyn, and Jessie Pallud. “A Configurational Approach to Understanding the Drivers of Mobile Phone Usage in Developing Countries.” Journal of Global Information Management (JGIM), vol. 30, no. 1, 2022, pp. 1–19, .?
ORERO-VALLE, JESSICA
  • Valle-Orero, Jessica, et al. “Strand Switching Mechanism of Pif1 Helicase Induced by Its Collision with a G-Quadruplex Embedded in DsDNA.” Nucleic Acids Research, vol. 50, no. 15, 2022, pp. 8767–78, .?
PASCUCCI, MARCO
  • Chavas, Jo?l, et al. “Unsupervised Representation Learning of Cingulate Cortical Folding Patterns.” Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention – MICCAI 2022, edited by Linwei Wang et al., Springer Nature Switzerland, 2022, pp. 77–87, .?
PAYNE, ROBERT
  • Payne, Robert. “Productivity and Promiscuity: Paying Undivided Attention.”?Communication in the Era of Attention Scarcity, edited by Waddick Doyle and Claudia Roda, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 129–39,?.

PERRY, SUSAN
  • Roda, Claudia, and Susan Perry. “Learning in Lockdown: Teaching Human Rights Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic.”?Journal of Human Rights Practice, vol. 13, no. 3, 2021, pp. 690–702,?.

PIANI, CLAUDIO
  • Cannon, Alex J., et al. “Bias Correction of Climate Model Output for Impact Models.”?Climate Extremes and Their Implications for Impact and Risk Assessment, edited by Jana Sillmann et al., Elsevier, 2020, pp. 77–104.

PICARD, ANNE-MARIE
  • Picard, Anne-Marie. “Dissemblance du manager?: Perdre la langue avec les hommes.”?Littérature et management : Le management à la lorgnette littéraire ou la littérature au prisme du management???Entrecroisements synesthésiques, edited by Fabien De Geuser and Alain Max Guénette, Editions L’Harmattan, 2021, pp. 185–204.

  • Picard, Anne-Marie. “Duras, Angot?: Les lieux communs de l’écriture.”?Descendances durassiennes : écritures contemporaines, edited by Catherine Rodgers, Passage(s), 2021.

  • Picard, Anne-Marie. “La Littérature, ‘un lieu qui n’existe pas et où on ne parle pas’ (Christine Angot).”?Narratives of the Therapeutic Encounter: Psychoanalysis, Talking Therapies and Creative Practice, edited by Susan Bainbrigge and Maren Scheurer, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2020, pp. 146–64.

  • Picard, Anne-Marie. “Lisser les plis du réel?? Un monde à portée de mots.” Op. cit.:?Revue des Littératures et des Arts, vol. 22, no. Origami, le pli dans les littératures et les arts, 2021,?.

  • Picard, Anne-Marie. “Entre vacance du sujet et excès de jouissance: Chloé Delaume Borderline.”?Bulletin de La Société d’Etudes ?conomiques et Sociales. Université de Lausanne, vol. 78, no. 1: Du vide au trop-plein. La Société débordée, pp. 101–12.

  • Picard, Anne-Marie. “La Littérature, ‘Un Lieu Qui n’Existe Pas et Où On Ne Parle Pas’?(Christine Angot).”?Narratives of the Therapeutic Encounter: Psychoanalysis, Talking Therapies and Creative Practice, edited by Susan Bainbrigge and Maren Scheurer, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2020, pp. 146–64.

  • Picard, Anne-Marie. “La Grand Beune: le féminin de la mère… à tuer ou à écrire.”?Pierre Michon, la littérature et le sacré, edited by Marie-Eve Benoteau-Alexandre, Le Manuscrit, 2019.

  • Picard, Anne-Marie. “Une fragile globalité?: toucher, nommer, recomposer, séparer.”?Le Toucher, prospections médicales, artistiques et littéraires, edited by Maria de Jesus Cabral et al., Le Manuscrit, 2019.

  • Célestin, Roger, et al. “Editors’ Introduction: The Google Era?”?Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, vol. 23, no. 4, 2019, pp. 379–520, doi:10.1080/17409292.2019.1723250.

  • Célestin, Roger, et al, editors. “The Google Era?”?Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, vol. 23, no. 4, 2019, https://sites.uconn.edu/volume-23-issue-4/#.

RAST, REBEKAH
  • Watorek, Marzena, Arnaud Arslangul, et al. “Dialogue entre acquisition et didactique des langues?: introduction générale.”?Premières étapes dans l’acquisition des langues étrangères?: Dialogue entre acquisition et didactique des langues, edited by Marzena Watorek et al., Presses de l’Inalco, 2021, pp. 7–11,?.

  • Watorek, Marzena, Marie Durand, et al. “Les premières étapes dans l’acquisition d’une langue étrangère?: dialogue entre Acquisition et Didactique des langues.”?Premières étapes dans l’acquisition des langues étrangères?: Dialogue entre acquisition et didactique des langues, edited by Marzena Watorek et al., Presses de l’Inalco, 2021, pp. 13–43,?.

  • Watorek, Marzena, Pascale Trévisiol, et al. “The Emergence of Determiners in French L2 from the Point of View of L1/L2 Comparison.”?Languages, vol. 6, no. 2, 2021, p. 73,?.

  • Watorek, Marzena, et al. “Replication: Measuring the Influence of Typologically Diverse Target Language Properties on Input Processing at the Initial Stages of Acquisition.”?Interpreting Language-Learning Data, edited by Amanda Edmonds et al., Language Science Press, 2020, pp. 71–110.

  • Rast, Rebekah. “What First Exposure Studies of Input Can Contribute to Study Abroad Research.”?Study Abroad, Second Language Acquisition and Interculturality, edited by Martin Howard, Multilingual Matters, 2019, pp. 179–206.

RODA, CLAUDIA
  • Roda, Claudia, and Susan Perry. “Learning in Lockdown: Teaching Human Rights Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic.”?Journal of Human Rights Practice, vol. 13, no. 3, 2021, pp. 690–702,?.

  • Roda, Claudia. “Internet Services: Are We at the Helm?”?Contemporary French & Francophone Studies, vol. 23, no. 4, 2019, pp. 425–30,?.

ROSENSTEIN, ROY
  • Rosenstein, Roy. “Avant la vida?: aux origines de la légende de Jaufre Rudel, grand amour ou petite mort?? Les témoignages de Rofian et de Pétrarque.”?Revue des Langues Romanes, vol. 125, no. 1, 2021, pp. 109–20.

  • Rosenstein, Roy. “A Tentative Self-Portrait.” Literature is comparative:?Toute littérature est comparée, études de littérature et de linguistique offertes à Roy Rosenstein par ses collègues, ses disciples et ses amis, edited by Danielle Buschinger et al., vol. 70, Presses du “Centre d’études médiévales de Picardie,” 2021, p. 8.

  • Rosenstein, Roy. “Esquisse d’autoportrait.”?Literature is comparative: Toute littérature est comparée, études de littérature et de linguistique offertes à Roy Rosenstein par ses collègues, ses disciples et ses amis, edited by Danielle Buschinger et al., vol. 70, Presses du “Centre d’études médiévales de Picardie,” 2021, p. 6.

  • Rosenstein, Roy. “Roy Rosenstein: Bibliography of Publications.”?Literature is comparative: Toute littérature est comparée, études de littérature et de linguistique offertes à Roy Rosenstein par ses collègues, ses disciples et ses amis, edited by Danielle Buschinger et al., vol. 70, Presses du “Centre d’études médiévales de Picardie,” 2021, pp. 9–16.

  • Rosenstein, Roy. “‘Because You are You’: Jewish Identity and Comparative Studies.”?Jewish Identity and Comparative Studies/Judéité et Comparatism: Etudies offertes à Astrid Starck-Adler par ses collègues et amis à l’occasion de son soixante-quinzième anniversaire, edited by Roy Rosenstein and Danielle Buschinger, Presses du Centre d’Etudes Médiévales de Picardie, 2019, pp. XXXVI–XLI.

  • Rosenstein, Roy. “De la sorcellerie à la sagesse?:?Hérodote, Ovide, Apulée, Saint Augustin.”?Magie, féerie, sorcellerie: actes du colloque international des 13, 14 et 15 mars 2019, Logis du Roy, Amiens, Centre d’études médiévales - Université de Picardie, 2019.

  • Rosenstein, Roy. “De l’autodafé à l’anthologie?: Censure et Traduction d’Etienne Durand (1586-1618).” “Translatio” et Histoire Des Idees / “Translatio” and the History of Ideas, edited by Anna Kukulka-Wojtasik, vol. 2, Peter Lang AG, 2019.

  • Rosenstein, Roy. “Distant Dove and Distant Love: Legendary Love Pilgrims Juda Halevi and Jaufre Rudel on the Poetry of Exile.”?Jewish Identity and Comparative Studies/Judéité et Comparatism: Etudies offertes à Astrid Starck-Adler par ses collègues et amis à l’occasion de son soixante-quinzième anniversaire, edited by Roy Rosenstein and Danielle Buschinger, Presses du Centre d’Etudes Médiévales de Picardie, 2019, pp. 151–66.

  • Rosenstein, Roy. “Le Dialogue de Deux Machines de Guerre (Toulouse, Juin 1218)?: De La Canso de La Crozada à La Tenso de Ramon Escrivan.”?Robots, Androides, Machines?: Les Automates Entre La Magie et La Technique En Littérature Depuis l’antiquité.?Etudes Médiévales, vol. 20, 2019.

  • Rosenstein, Roy. “Les Troubadours, Entre La Sicile et l’Occitanie?: Le Cas Unique de Perceval Doria.”?Etudes Médiévales, vol. 20, 2019.

ROY, SNEHARIKA
  • Roy, Sneharika. “The Adam Smith Problem: Self-Interest, Empathy and Hermeneutic Irony in the Ibis Trilogy.”?Amitav Ghosh's Culture Chromosome: Anthropology, Epistemology, Ethics, Space, edited by Asis de, Alessandro Vescovi, 2021, pp. 189–205.

  • Roy, Sneharika. “Can the Subaltern Sing? Analogy, Alienation and Discursive Precarity in Derek Walcott’s Omeros.”?Journal of Postcolonial Writing, vol. 56, no. 4, 2020, pp. 460–72.

RUSSAKOFF, ANNA
  • Russakoff, Anna. “Comptes Rendus: Review of: “?L’image miraculeuse dans le christianisme occidental (Moyen ?ge – Temps moderne) “, sous la direction de Nicolas Balzamo et Estelle Leutrat (Tours, Presses universitaires Fran?ois Rabelais, 2020), in Revue d’Histoire ecclésiastique, issue 3-4 (2022)?: 857-860.?.?

  • Russakoff, Anna. “Contested Sites, Sacred Spaces: The Role of Architecture in Some Marian Miracle Illustrations.” Literature is comparative:?Toute littérature est comparée, études de littérature et de linguistique offertes à Roy Rosenstein par ses collègues, ses disciples et ses amis, edited by Danielle Buschinger et al., vol. 70, Presses du “Centre d’études médiévales de Picardie,” 2021, pp. 499–510.

  • Russakoff, Anna. “Review of: Tracy Chapman Hamilton, Pleasure and Politics at the Court of France: The Artistic Patronage of Queen Marie of Brabant (1260–1321).”?Studies in Iconography, vol. 42, 2021, pp. 206–8,?.

  • Russakoff, Anna. “Review of: Kay Davenport, The Bar Books: Manuscripts Illuminated for Renaud de Bar, Bishop of Metz (1303–1316). Turnhout: Brepols, 2017.”?Speculum, vol. 95, no. 3, 2020, pp. 816–17.

  • Russakoff, Anna. “Review of: Le Silence Dans l’Art: Liturgie et Théologie Du Silence Dans Les Images Médiévales. By Vincent Debiais. Paris: Les ?ditions Du Cerf, 2019.”?Church History, vol. 89, no. 3, 2020, pp. 680–81.

  • Russakoff, Anna. “Meditations after the Fire: Scholars on Notre Dame: Some Reflections from Ground Zero.”?Postmedieval, vol. 10, no. 4: Special Issue: Music, Emotion, 2019, pp. 513–26, http://proxy.aup.fr/login?url=https://link.springer.com/article/10.1057/s41280-019-00149-5.

  • Russakoff, Anna. “The Jew, the Merchant and a Miraculous Image: Comparative Iconography in Gautier de Coinci’s Miracles de Nostre Dame Manuscripts.”?Jewish Identity and Comparative Studies/Judéité et Comparatism: Etudies offertes à Astrid Starck-Adler par ses collègues et amis à l’occasion de son soixante-quinzième anniversaire, edited by Roy Rosenstein and Danielle Buschinger, Presses du Centre d’Etudes Médiévales de Picardie, 2019, pp. 387–97.

RYMAN, RENE
  • Ryman, Rene. “The Challenge of American Women’s Lifelong Goal to Equality: The Lack of Clout and Influence Continue to Plague Advancement.”?International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education, vol. 6, no. 3, 2019, pp. 1–5,?.

SAWYER, STEPHEN

Articles and book chapters:

  • Sawyer, Stephen W. “Deglobalizing the Global History of Europe/Déglobaliser l’histoire globale de l’Europe.” Annales?: histoire, sciences sociales, vol. 76, no. 4, 2021, pp. 775–85, .?

  • Sawyer, Stephen W., and William J. Novak. “Of Rights and Regulation: Technologies of Socio-Economic Governance in a Revolutionary Age.” Social Rights and the Politics of Obligation in History, edited by Charles Walton and Steven L. B. Jensen, Cambridge University Press, 2022, pp. 99–120.?

  • Sawyer, Stephen W. “Paris Broken, but Paris Liberated? The State, City Administration and Scales of Reconstruction in Post-War Paris, 1944-1976.”?Cold War Cities: The Politics of Space in Europe and Asia during the 1950s, edited by Tze-ki Hon, Routledge, 2021.

  • Sawyer, Stephen W. “Un procès en légitimité. Adolphe Thiers. La Commune et les fondements démocratiques de la République.”?Revue d’histoire du XIXe siècle, vol. 63, no. 2, 2021, pp. 39–56,

  • Sawyer, Stephen W. “Un procès en légitimité. Adolphe Thiers. La Commune et les fondements démocratiques de la République.” Revue d’histoire du XIXe siècle, vol. 63, no. 2, 2021, pp. 39–56,?. ?

  • Sawyer, Stephen W., and Nicolas Delalange. “La fabrique transnationale de l’?tat. Nouveaux regards sur une exception fran?aise.” D’ici et d’ailleurs :?Histoires globales de la France contemporaine, edited by Quentin Deluermoz, La Découverte, 2021.

  • Ducange, Jean-Nouma, et al. “La République multiple. Une histoire transnationale et globale.” D’ici et d’ailleurs :?Histoires globales de la France contemporaine, edited by Quentin Deluermoz, La Découverte, 2021.

  • Verlengia, Carolina, et al., editors. “From Histories of Liberalism to a History of the Demos: Toward a Democratic Critique of Neoliberalism.”?Consecutio Rerum, vol. 9, anno V, no. Démocratie et néolibéralisme, 2020,?.

Book reviews:

  • Sawyer, Stephen W. “Comptes rendus. Pierre Rosanvallon. Le modèle politique fran?ais. La société civile contre le jacobinisme de 1789 à nos jours. Paris, ?d. du Seuil, 2004, 445 p.”?Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales, translated by Antoine Heudre, vol. 75e année, no. 3–4, 2020, pp. 870–5,?.

Policy papers:

  • Sawyer, Stephen W., and Roman Zinigrad. “Cultural Drivers of Radicalisation in France: D5.1 Country Report | June 2021.”?D.Rad: De-Radicalisation in Europe and Beyond: Detect, Resolve, Reintegrate, 2021,?.

  • Sawyer, Stephen W., and Roman Zinigrad. “De-Radicalisation and Integration: Legal and Policy Framework in France: D4.1 Country Report | December 2021.”?D.Rad: De-Radicalisation in Europe and Beyond: Detect, Resolve, Reintegrate, 2022,?.

  • Sawyer, Stephen W., and Roman Zinigrad. “Stakeholders of (De)-Radicalisation in France: D3.1 Country Report | April 2021.”?D.Rad: De-Radicalisation in Europe and Beyond: Detect, Resolve, Reintegrate, 2021,?.

  • Sawyer, Stephen W., and Roman Zinigrad. “Trends of Radicalisation in France: D3.2 Country Report | July 2021.”?D.Rad: De-Radicalisation in Europe and Beyond: Detect, Resolve, Reintegrate, 2021,?.

  • Maggor, Noam, and Stephen W. Sawyer. “Fiscal Federalism: Local Debt and the Construction of the Modern State in the United States and France.”?A World of Public Debts: A Political History, edited by Nicolas Barreyre and Nicolas Delalande, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, pp. 231–58.

  • Sawyer, Stephen W. “The Forgotten Democratic Tradition of Revolutionary France.”?Modern Intellectual History, 2020, pp. 1–29.

  • Sawyer, Stephen W. “Was There an American Concept of Emergency Powers? John Dewey, Carl Schmitt, and the Democratic Politics of Exception.” States of Exception in American History, edited by Gary Gerstle and Joel Isaac, ? University of Chicago Press, 2020, pp. 178–198.

  • Sawyer, Stephen W. H-Diplo?Roundtable XXI-55 on Sawyer. Demos Assembled: Democracy & The International Origins of the Modern State, 1840–1880?|?H-Diplo | H-Net. July 31, 2021,?

  • Sawyer, Stephen W., et al. “Social Freedom, Democracy and the Political: Three Reflections on Axel Honneth’s Idea of Socialism.”?The Tocqueville Review, vol. 40, no. 1, 2019, pp. 241–59.

SCHIFF, BRIAN
  • Schiff, Brian. “La taille importe-t-elle vraiment??” Small Stories : Un nouveau paradigme pour les recherches sur le récit, edited by Sylvie Patron, Hermann, 2020, pp. 55–68.

SHIELDS, CHRISTY
  • Shields, Christy. “A Cooperative Model of Tasting: Comté Cheese and the Jury Terroir.”?Food, Culture & Society, vol. 22, no. 2: Sensory Labor: Considering the Work of Taste in the Food System, 2019, pp. 168–85.

  • Shields, Christy. “Food Without Borders: Experimental Sixth-Grade Class in Paris.”?Society for the?Anthropology of Food and Nutrition, 2 July 2019, https://foodanthro.com/2019/07/02/food-without-borders/.

SLAVKOVA, IVETA
  • Slavkova, Iveta. “A Different Causality and a Different Reality. Analysis of the Absurd in French Dada and Pre-Surrealist Theatre.” Theatralia, vol. 25, no. 1, Jan. 2022, pp. 163–65, .?

  • Slavkova, Iveta. “Camille Bryen Avant-Gardist/Abhumanist: A Reappraisal of an Artist Who Called Himself the ‘Best-Known of the Unknown’.” Arts, vol. 11, no. 2, 2022, p. 43, . (A shortened version is also published in: Scholarly Community Encyclopedia, 11 Apr 2022, ?

  • Slavkova, Iveta. “The Strange Destiny of Wols, the ‘French Pollock’: Reflections on Abhumanism and the the Parisian Avant-Garde in ‘Periphery’ after World-War II.”?Revista de História Da Arte - Serie W, vol. 9, no. Art in the Periphery – hommage to Foteini Vlachou, 2021, pp. 83–97,?.

  • Slavkova, Iveta. “Camille Bryen, the Forgotten Glory of Saint-Germain-Des-Prés.”?Gazette Drouot, Oct. 2021,?.

  • Slavkova, Iveta. “Supports/Surfaces: Painting Above All.”?Gazette Drouot, May 2021,?.

  • Slavkova, Iveta. “Wols Between Myth and Reality.”?Gazette Drouot, Feb. 2021,?.

  • Slavkova, Iveta. “‘Cemetery=Civilization’: Circus Wols, World War II, and the Collapse of Humanism.”?Arts, vol. 9, no. 3, 2020, p. 93, doi:10.3390/arts9030093.

  • Slavkova, Iveta. “Utopie et réalité de la fin de l’art?: L’art russe de la révolution d’Octobre à la mort de Staline au Grand Palais (Exhibition Rouge, Grand Palais March 20-July 1st).”?Mémoires en jeu / Memories In Stake, vol. 9, no. Summer/Fall, 2019, pp. 22–24, https://www.memoires-en-jeu.com/actu/rouge-art-et-utopie-au-pays-des-soviets/.

  • Slavkova, Iveta. “Utopies Sociales Et Politiques Des Avant-Gardes 1912–1968.”?La Vie Intelectuelle En France, edited by Laurent Jeanpierre and Christophe Charle, vol. 2. Le temps des combats, Points, 2019, pp. 403–11.

SPIELER, MIRANDA
  • Spieler, Miranda. “La Viande de Barbecue.” L’Epicerie du monde.: La mondialisation par l’alimentation du XVIIIe siècle à nos jours, edited by Pierre Singaravélou and Sylvain Venayre, Fayard, 2022.?
STAUSS, RENATE
  • Stauss, Renate. “Dress as Therapy: Working with Dress in Psycho-Medical Settings –?Between Control, Cure, Care and Creative Play.” Mirror Mirror: Fashion & the Psyche, edited by Fashion Museum Antwerp and Dr. Guislain Museum, Ghent, Hannibal, 2022, pp. 133–51, .?

  • Stauss, Renate. “R.I.(a)P.: On Fashion, Branding and Irony – An Interview with Professor Wowo Kraus.”?Fashion Practice, vol. 13, no. 3, 2021, pp. 486–501.

  • Stauss, Renate. “The Doubters, or, To Love Fashion Is to Doubt Fashion: An Impossible Interview.”?Vestoj: The Journal of Sartorial Matters, vol. 10, no. On Doubt, 2021,?.

  • Stauss, Renate, and Franziska Schreiber, editors. The Digital Multilogue on Fashion Education: The Proceedings, The American University of Paris, 2021,?/sites/default/files/download/Digital%20Multilogue%20on%20Fashion%20Education%202020_The%20Proceedings.pdf

  • Stauss, Renate. “Passing as Fashionable, Feminine and Sane: ‘Therapy of Fashion’ and the Normalization of Psychiatric Patients in 1960s US.”?Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture, vol. 24, no. 4, 2020, pp. 601–37,?.

  • Ruggerone, Lucia, and Renate Stauss. “The Deceptive Mirror: The Dressed Body Beyond Reflection.” Fashion Theory, May 2020, pp. 1–25, doi:10.1080/1362704X.2020.1766228.

  • Stauss, Renate, and Franziska Schreiber. “Mapping Fashion Education: Kontext, Dimensionen und Zukünfte.” Design & Bildung, vol. 3, 2020, pp. 118–29.

  • Stauss, Renate. “What Fashion Is Not (Only).”?Vestoj:?The Journal of Sartorial Matters, vol. 9, no. On Capital, pp. 55–75,?.

STOEPEL, MICHAEL
  • Love, Paul, et al. “Student-Led, Cross-Institutional Collaboration Between France and Morocco.” Academic Libraries and Collaborative Research Services, edited by Carrie Forbes, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated, 2022, pp. 63–80, .?

  • Stoepel, Michael, et al. “Librarians and Information Literacy Instruction in Morocco, Italy, and France during the Pandemic?: Reflecting on Challenges and Future Opportunities and Livia Piotto.” The Routledge Handbook of Media Education Futures Post-Pandemic, edited by Yonty Friesem, Routledge, 2023, .?

STOJANOV, GEORGI
  • Stojanov, Georgi. “Search, Connect, Obey.”?Contemporary French & Francophone Studies, vol. 23, no. 4, 2019, pp. 431–41,?.

  • Stojanov, Georgi. “Search, Connect, Obey.”?Contemporary French & Francophone Studies: Sites, vol. 23, no. 4, 2019,?.

  • Olteteanu, Ana Maria, Sobkov Agatha, editors. Stojanov, Georgy, guest editor. Special Issue: Analyzing Creativity in the Light of Social Practice Theory.?Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 9, 2019, doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02752.

SUPRINYAK, CARLOS EDUARDO
  • Roncaglia de Carvalho, André Roncaglia, and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak. “An Emigrant Economist in the Tropics: Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen on Brazilian Inflation and Development.” Cambridge Journal of Economics, vol. 46, no. 3, 2022, pp. 561–79, .?

  • Suprinyak, Carlos Eduardo. “Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, Development Economist.” Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol. 44, no. 2, 2022, pp. 205–25, .?

  • Suprinyak, Carlos Eduardo, and Ramón García Fernández. “Funding Policy Research under ‘Distasteful Regimes’: The Ford Foundation and the Social Sciences in Brazil, 1964–71.” Journal of Latin American Studies, vol. 54, no. 3, 2022, pp. 405–30, .?

  • Suprinyak, Carlos Eduardo and Felipe Almeida, editors. “A Selection of Papers Presented at the 2019 ALAHPE Conference.”?Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, vol. 39a, 2021.

  • Suprinyak, Carlos Eduardo and Thiago Dumont Oliveira. “The Unsettled?Legacy of Frank Knight’s?Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit: A Bibliometric Exploration.”?Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, vol. 39c, 2021, pp. 19-38.

  • Suprinyak, Carlos Eduardo, and Ramón García Fernández. “The ‘Vanderbilt Boys’ and the Modernization of Brazilian Economics.”?History of Political Economy, vol. 53, no. 5, 2021, pp. 893–924.

TREILHOU, STEPHANE
  • Treilhou, Stephane.?Autour de la reconstitution du clavicorde d’Arnault de Zwolle. Edited by Dominique Ferran, 2020, pp. 77–85.

TRESILIAN, DAVID
  • Love, Paul, et al. “Student-Led, Cross-Institutional Collaboration Between France and Morocco.” Academic Libraries and Collaborative Research Services, edited by Carrie Forbes, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated, 2022, pp. 63–80, .?

  • Milne, Anna-Louise, et al. “Nearly Naked: Review of: Benjamin Stora, France-Algérie, Les Passions Douloureuses (Paris: Albin Michel, 2021) and Rapha?lle Branche, Papa, Qu’as-Tu Fait En Algérie? Enquête Sur Un Silence Familial (Paris: La Découverte, 2022).” Francosphères, vol. 11, no. 2, 2022, pp. 281–86, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “A New Look at Taha Hussein.” Ahram Online, Culture, 5 July 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “A New Translation of Kalilah Wa Dimnah.” Ahram Online, Culture, 27 Sept. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “A Panorama of Algerian Art – Culture” - Al-Ahram Weekly - Ahram Online. 7 June 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “A Plan to Invade Egypt - Culture.” Ahram Online, Culture, 6 Sept. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “A Tour de France of Islamic Art - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly.” Ahram Online, 29 Mar. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “A Visit to Andalusia - Focus - Al-Ahram Weekly.” Ahram Online, 18 Jan. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “About Arab Women.” Ahram Online, Culture, 23 Aug. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “An Egyptian Childhood - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly.” Ahram Online, 8 Feb. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “Celebrating Champollion - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly.” Ahram Online, 30 Apr. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “Dead on the Nile – Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly” - Ahram Online. 19 Feb. 2000, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “In Defence of the Mongols - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly” - Ahram Online. 18 Apr. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “Maghreb Books in Paris.” Ahram Online, Culture, 26 July 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “Of Arab Jews and Cartier’s Islamic Art - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly.” Ahram Online, 27 Jan. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “Pharaoh Superstars.” Ahram Online, Culture, 22 Nov. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “Remembering Abdel-Qader.” Ahram Online, Culture, 30 Aug. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “Sudanese Pharaohs at the Louvre - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly.” Ahram Online, 31 May 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “The Girl with Braided Hair”: Prizewinner in Translation - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly - Ahram Online. 18 Apr. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “The Heritage Repatriation Debate.” Ahram Online, Heritage, 16 Sept. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “The Path to the Discovery.” Ahram Online, 6 Dec. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “The Story of Children of the Alley - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly.” Ahram Online, 17 May 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “The Tale of a Warrior Woman.” Ahram Online, Culture, 2 Aug. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. Two Accounts of Egypt - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly - Ahram Online. 22 Feb. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “What Was the ‘Eastern Question’?” Ahram Online, Culture, 16 Aug. 2022, .?

  • Tresilian, David. “All? Bonaparte! Commemorating Napoleon.”?Al-Ahram Weekly?Online, 8 Oct. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Arab History at the Institute.” Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 22 June 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Celebrating Arab Divas: Paris Exhibition.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 3 June 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Exhibition: Bamiyan 20 Years On.” Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 10 Sept. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “From Ancient Egypt to the Maghreb - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly.” Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 2 Nov. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Interview: Iman Mersal - In the Tracks of a Forgotten Past.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 20 July 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Lord Cromer’s Right-Hand Men.” Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 12 Apr. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Lord Cromer’s Right-Hand Men II.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 28 Sept. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Louis Massignon: Remembering the French Orientalist.” Al-Ahram Weekly Online,?5 Feb. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Maadi Memories.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 7 Dec. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “New Light from Lebanon - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 18 Dec. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Remembering Edward Said.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 21 Aug. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Review of: Midnight in Cairo: The Female Stars of Egypt’s Roaring Twenties.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 19 Sept. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Stories from Darfur.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 30 Mar. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Tales from Egyptology’s Golden Age - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 12 Feb. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “The Arab Revolt: In the Tracks of T E Lawrence.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online,?19 Mar. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “The Excellence of the Arabs.” Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 29 Jan. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “The Real Author of Aladdin?”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 9 Nov. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Tourism from the 17th Century to the 19th - Culture - Al-Ahram Weekly.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 7 Dec. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Victorian Ladies of Letters on the Nile: Books by Visitors to Egypt.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 7 Dec. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Visitors to Ancient Egypt – II.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 4 May 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Visitors to Ancient Egypt: From Herodotus to Plutarch.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online,?27 Apr. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Waiting for the Winner of UK Banipal Prize for Arabic Literary Translation.” Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 19 Jan. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Yusuf Idris in a New Edition.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, 26 Feb. 2021,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “A Newly Published Guidebook on Cairo’s Architecture since 1900: Review of:?Cairo since 1900, an Architectural Guide by?Mohamed Elshahed.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, June 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Cultural Institutions Offerings on Egypt and the Arab World: World Wide Web.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Aug. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Delving Deep into the UK-Based Banipal Prize for Arabic Literary Translation.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, June 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Europe Studies Arabic.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Aug. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Franco-Tunisian Writer Albert Memmi: Last of a Generation.” Al-Ahram Weekly Online,?Aug. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “History Days in Paris: Arab Revolutions at the Institute.” Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Nov. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “‘Inspired by the East – How the Islamic World Influenced Western Art’: An Exhibition at British Museum Explores Islamic World’s Influence on European Art, Design.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Jan. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Maghreb Books in Paris.” Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Feb. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “More from the Arabic Library.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Apr. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “New Worlds of Print.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, June 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Review of: ‘Celebrity Doctors of the Mediaeval Islamic World: A New Translation of Mediaeval Medical Anecdotes Brings out the Highs and Lows of 13th-Century Islamic Medicine.’” Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Sept. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Review of: ‘Death on the Nile’ Agatha Christie.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Oct. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Review of: Egyptian Writer Tawfik Al-Hakim’s ‘Return of the Spirit’ in English Translation: The Return of a Classic.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, May 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Review of: ‘Useful Enemies: Islam and the Ottoman Empire in Western Political Thought, 1450-1750’ by Noel Malcolm: Western Encounters with the Ottomans.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Oct. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Reviving Mediaeval Cooking.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Aug. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Safeguarding Arab Music: A New Exhibition in the French Port City of Marseilles.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Dec. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “The Egypt of the Mamur Zapt: On Series of Detective Stories.”?Al-Ahram Weekly?Online, Oct. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “The Egyptian Oedipus: Remembering Psychoanalyst Moustapha Safouan.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Nov. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “Tintin and the Arab World.”?Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Mar. 2020,?.

  • Tresilian, David. “A Third Look at the Arab World.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, Oct. 2019.

  • Tresilian, David. “A Visit to the Railway Museum.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, 2019, https://www.masress.com/en/ahramweekly/126403.

  • Tresilian, David. “A Visit to Tutankhamun.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, 2019, https://www.masress.com/en/ahramweekly/126854.

  • Tresilian, David. “All about AlUla.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, 2019, https://www.masress.com/en/ahramonline/356676.

  • Tresilian, David. “All about the Body.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, 2019, https://www.masress.com/en/ahramweekly/127005.

  • Tresilian, David. “An Arab Angle on Northern France.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, 2019, https://www.masress.com/en/ahramweekly/126997.

  • Tresilian, David. “Cairo Back in Time.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, Jan. 2019.

  • Tresilian, David. “Flaubert on the Nile.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, vol. Culture, July 2019, http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/18/0/338105/Books/Flaubert-on-the-Nile.aspx.

  • Tresilian, David. “Football and the Monde Arabe.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, July 2019.

  • Tresilian, David. “Forster in Alexandria: Review of?: Alexandria, A History and a Guide/E M Forster.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, vol. Culture, July 2019, http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/18/62/338489/Books/Review/Book-Review-Forster-in-Alexandria.aspx.

  • Tresilian, David. “In Search of Writers’ Houses.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, Aug. 2019.

  • Tresilian, David. “Lords of the Desert.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, Jan. 2019, https://www.masress.com/en/ahramweekly/126229.

  • Tresilian, David. “Memoirs of the Monde Arabe.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, Feb. 2019.

  • Tresilian, David. “New Outing for Orientalism.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, 2019, https://www.masress.com/en/ahramweekly/126913.

  • Tresilian, David. “Paris Arab World Institute Sets up a Satellite Branch in Northern France.”?Al-Ahram Online, Apr. 2019, http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/5/25/330379/Arts--Culture/Visual-Art/Paris-Arab-World-Institute-sets-up-a-satellite-bra.aspx.

  • Tresilian, David. “Queens of Egypt Hit DC.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, Aug. 2019.

  • Tresilian, David. “Stories of Egypt’s Stamps.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, 2019, https://www.masress.com/en/ahramweekly/126914.

  • Tresilian, David. “The Old Man and the Nile.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, vol. Culture, Aug. 2019, http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/18/0/344142/Books/The-old-man-and-the-Nile.aspx.

  • Tresilian, David. “The Republic of Arabic Letters.”?Al-Ahram Weekly, 2019, https://www.masress.com/en/ahramweekly/127098.

  • Tresilian, David. “What’s in a Name?”?Al-Ahram Weekly, 2019, https://www.masress.com/en/ahramweekly/126324.

  • Tresilian, David. “Who Were the Hittites?”?Al-Ahram Weekly, vol. Culture, Sept. 2019, http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/50/1205/346518/AlAhram-Weekly/Culture/Who-were-the-Hittites.aspx.

VANEL, HERV?
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VALEONTI, SOFIA
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WALKENHORST, PETER
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WEILL, SHARON
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WESTLEY, HANNAH
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WILDBERGER, JULA
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WILLIAMS, RUSSELL
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  • Williams, Russell. “Review of: Across Texts?: Essays on Different Forms of French Textuality by Keith Reader.” TLS. Times Literary Supplement, no. 6237, 2022, pp. 25–26, .?

  • Williams, Russell. “Review of: Cacaphonies by Annabel Kim.” TLS. Times Literary Supplement, no. 6231, Sept. 202AD, pp. 25–26, .?

  • Williams, Russell. “Review of: Danse Macabre: A Novelist Watches a Terror Trial. Review of: V13 by Emmanuel Carrère.” TLS. Times Literary Supplement, no. 6242, 2022, pp. 5–6, .?

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  • Williams, Russell. “Michel Houellebecq, Information Management and Our New Dark Age.”?French Cultural Studies, vol. 31, no. 1, 2020, pp. 46–58,?.

  • Williams, Russell. “Review of: Les ?motions by Jean-Philippe Toussaint: Memories Are Made of This.”?The TLS Times Literary Supplement, Oct. 2020,?.

  • Williams, Russell. “Review of: Twilight of the Elites: Prosperity, the Periphery, and the Future of France by Christophe Guilluy.”?French Studies: A Quarterly Review, vol. 74, no. 4, 2020, pp. 664–65,?.

  • Williams, Russell. “The Novels of Self-Isolation.” 3:AM Magazine:?In Lockdown 63: Russell Williams, May 19, 2020,?.

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ZHANG, KATE YUE
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ZINIGRAD, ROMAN
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