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NDSU faculty research to be presented in ‘Conversations’ event

The research of faculty in the NDSU College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences will be highlighted during the first “AHSS Faculty Research Conversations” event, set for Tuesday, Feb 12, from 3 p.m. to 6 pm. in the Memorial Union Prairie Rose room. 

“This event will provide an opportunity for faculty to share and discuss their recent publications and research with colleagues, students and other members of the campus community,” said organizer Christina Weber, associate professor of sociology and anthropology. “We have 18 faculty from across the college participating through poster and book presentations.”

Research presentations are scheduled to include:

Books and Book Chapters

Anne Blankenship, assistant professor of history, philosophy and religious studies

• “Interreligious Responses to the Settlement House Movement, 1880-1924” in “The Meaning of My Neighbor’s Faith: Interreligious Reflections on Immigration”

Marcela K. Perett, assistant professor of history, philosophy and religious studies

• “Preachers, Partisans, and Rebellious Religion Vernacular Writing and the Hussite Movement”

Rebecca Weaver-Hightower, professor and chair of English

• “Frontier Fictions: Settler Sagas and Postcolonial Guilt”

Poster Presentations

Anastassiya Andrianova, assistant professor of English

•“Teaching Animals in the Post-Anthropocene: Zoopedagogy as a Challenge to Logocentrism” in The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Tommy Bell, Lecturer of modern languages

• “Enchantment as Enlightenment in Adorno’s Aesthetic Theory”

Steve Briggs, associate professor, and Sarah Boonstoppel, assistant professor of criminal justice and political science

• “Revisiting the Relationship Between Police Response Times to Calls for Service and Crime Rates”

Ina Cernusca and Kendra Erickson-Dockter, Center for Social Research

• “North Dakota Compass, Data You Can Trust”

Nancy Hodur, Center for Social Research director

• “Program Evaluation: SealND”

Chelsey Hukriede, Center for Social Research

• “Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)”

Zoltan Majdik, associate professor of communication

• “A Computational Approach to Assessing Rhetorical Effectiveness: Agentic Framing of Climate Change in the Congressional Record, 1994–2016” in Technical Communication Quarterly

Karen Olson, Center for Social Research

• “North Dakota KIDS COUNT Project”

Daniel Pemstein, associate professor of criminal justice and political science

• “Google Politics: The Political Determinants of Internet Censorship in Democracies” in Political Science Research and Methods

Carrie Anne Platt, associate professor of communication

• “Negotiating Children’s Technology Use”

David Westerman, associate professor of communication

• “I Believe in a Thing Called Bot: Perceptions of the Humanness of ‘Chatbots’” in Communication Studies

Catherine Kingsley Westerman, et. al., associate professor of communication

• “Sender Face Concerns, Self-efficacy and Reluctance During Feedback Delivery”

Christopher Whitsel, associate professor and chair of sociology and anthropology

• “Developing an Ecological Model of Girls’ Educational Participation in Tajikistan” building on article inEducational Policies in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan: Contested Terrain in the Twenty-First Century

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