Category Archives: Faculty Publications and Research

New Faculty Publication – Christina Hemphill Fuller

Dr. Christina Hemphill Fuller is assistant professor in the School of Public Health‘s Division of Environmental Health. Dr. Fuller works in the field of air quality exposure assessment and environmental epidemiology. She has a co-appointment in the department of Geosciences. Dr. … Continue reading

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New Publications: The Devil’s Riches: A Modern History of Greed and Migrations in the German Lands, 1500-2000

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Prof. Jared Poley of the History Department has recently published The Devil’s Riches: A Modern History of Greed (2016). A broadly ranging topical history, The Devil’s Riches focuses on the evolution of the concept of greed over the past five hundred years. … Continue reading

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Three New Faculty Publications in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization

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Vjollca Sadiraj, and James C. Cox, Economic professors in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, published the following papers in the November issue of Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization: Cox, James C., Vjollca Sadiraj, Kurt E. Schnier, and … Continue reading

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New Faculty Publication on The Transformation of Japanese American Religion and Art under Oppression

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Congratulations to Dr. Brett Esaki of the Department of Religious Studies on the  publication of his book: Enfolding Silence: The Transformation of Japanese American Religion and Art under Oppression (Oxford University Press). From the publisher: Japanese Americans have developed complex … Continue reading

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New Faculty Publication: Modes of Human Rights Literature: Towards a Culture Without Borders

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Prof. Michael Galchinsky of the English Department has recently published Modes of Human Rights Literature:  Toward a Culture Without Borders  (2016). This sophisticated book argues that human rights literature both helps the persecuted to cope with their trauma and serves as … Continue reading

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Faculty Publication in Maternal and Child Nutrition

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Anita Nucci, PhD, MPH, RD, LD,  Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director in the Nutrition department is the lead author on a new paper, Regional differences in milk and complementary feeding patterns in infants participating in an international nutritional type 1 … Continue reading

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Featured Faculty Publication: Mathematical and Statistical Modeling for Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases

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Gerardo Chowell, associate professor of Mathematical Epidemiology in the division of Epidemiology & Biostatistics in the School of Public Health is co-editor of the recently published book Mathematical and Statistical Modeling for Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases.  His chapters, ‘Modeling the Case … Continue reading

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Symposium: “Still the Black Mecca? Race, Social Inequality, and Urban Displacement in 21st Century Atlanta”

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Wednesday, November 9, 1:00pm-7:00pm at the Georgia State University Law School FULL AGENDA HERE ~ REGISTER HERE This symposium offers four separate panel discussions addressing the status of racial equity in Atlanta, presented by GSU scholars (including the library’s Joe Hurley, … Continue reading

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Georgia State University’s Open Access Scholarship Has Global Reach

Ever wondered who is reading the scholarly journal articles or the thesis or dissertation you wrote?  GSU authors who deposit their scholarship into Georgia State’s open access repository, ScholarWorks, can easily find out!   Every GSU author in ScholarWorks has an … Continue reading

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Open Access Week 2016: Open in Action

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This week, October 24-30, is Open Access Week 2016. This year’s theme is Open in Action. Open access means research is free to read online, with no subscription or payment required. How is Open Access supported at Georgia State? Georgia State’s … Continue reading

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