Publications by Affiliated Faculty
Christopher Ellis, Putting Inequality in Context: Class, Public Opinion, and Representation in the United States (University of Michigan Press, 2017)
Peter Mark Jansson, author of over 100 publications on renewable energy, smart grid, and engineering education.
Alexander T. Riley, Angel Patriots in the Sky: The Crash of United Flight 93 and the Myth of America (New York University Press, 2015); The Social Thought of Émile Durkheim (SAGE, 2014); Co-Editor, Durkheim, the Durkheimians and Art (Berghahn Books, 2013); Godless Intellectuals?: The Intellectual Pursuit of the Sacred Reinvented (Berghahn Books, 2010); Impure Play: Sacredness, Transgression, and the Tragic in Popular Culture (Lexington Books, 2010); Co-Editor, Saints, Heroes, Myths, and Rites: Classical Durkheimian Studies of Religion and Society (Paradigm, 2009); Co-Author, Cultural Theory: An Introduction (Blackwell, 2008).
A.K. Paul Siewers, Strange Beauty: Ecocritical Approaches to Early Medieval Landscape (Palgrave, 2009); Editor, Re-Imagining Nature: Environmental Humanities and Ecosemiotics (Bucknell U Press, 2014), Co-Editor, Tolkien’s Modern Middle Ages (Palgrave, 2005). Co-Editor, Glory and Honor: Orthodox Christian Resources on Marriage (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2016), Numerous scholarly articles on Christian literature and philosophy of nature, including a contribution to The Cambridge Companion to Literature and the Environment.
Janice Traflet, Nation of Small Shareowners: Marketing Wall Street After the Second World War (Johns Hopkins, 2013). ‘”Never Bought, Always Sold’: Salesmanship, the Small Investor, and the Early Postwar Surge in Mutual Fund Participation,” Essays in Economic and Business History, Volume 27, 2009, pages 5-14. With Elton McGoun, “Has Elvis Left the Building? The Rise and Fall of Celebrity Fund Managers.” Journal of Cultural Economy, Volume I, No.2, July 2008, pages 199-215. With Elton McGoun and Ulrika Sjodin, “Crash: Porsches and Portfolios at the End of the Road,” Accountancy, Business, and the Public Interest. Volume 7, No.2, 2008, pages 67-88. “Gendered Dollars: Pin Money, Mad Money, and a Woman’s Proper Place.” Essays in Economic and Business History, Volume 26,2008, pages 189-202. With M.P. Coyne, “Ending a NYSE Tradition: The 1975 Unraveling of Brokers’ Fixed Commissions and Its Impact on Financial Advertising,” Essays in Economic and Business History, Volume 25, 2007, pages 131-141. With M.P. Coyne, “Ethical Issues Related to the Mass Marketing of Securities,” Journal of Business Ethics, 2008, Volume 78, pages 193-198. “Lessons in Crisis Mismanagement from the 1929 Crash,” Essays in Economic and Business History, ed. David Whitten, Volume 24, 2006, pages 89-101. “Spreading the Ideal of Mass Shareownership: Public Relations and the NYSE.” Essays in Economic and Business History, ed. David Whitten, Volume 22, 2004, pages 257-273. “Remembering 1929.” Proteus: A Journal of Ideas. Fall 2002.