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Faculty Publications A–C
Encarnación Juárez Almendros, associate professor and Fellow of the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, published a review of C.M. Gutiérrez, “La espada, el rayo y la pluma: Quevedo y los campos literarios y de poder” in the Renaissance Quarterly (November 2007).
Panos J. Antsaklis, the Brosey Professor of Electrical Engineering and concurrent professor of computer science and engineering, and Anthony N. Michel, the Freimann Professor of Engineering Emeritus and McCloskey Dean of Engineering Emeritus, published A Linear Systems Primer (Boston, Birkhäuser, 2008): 513 pages.
Ani Aprahamian, professor of physics, published “T=3/2 states in 13C” with B.B. Skorodumov, G.V. Rogachev, V.Z. Goldberg, J.J. Kolata (professor of physics), S. Almaraz, H. Amro, E.D. Johnson, Larry Lamm (professor of physics), M. Quinn (physics graduate student), A. Teymurazyan, R.E. Tribble, and A. Woehr, Phys. Rev. C 78 (2008): 044603l “Beta-Decay Studies of r-Process Nuclei at NSCL” with J. Pereira, O. Arndt, A. Becceril, T. Elliot, A. Estrade, D. Galaviz, S. Hennrich, P. Hosmer, L. Schnoreenberger, R. Kessler, K.-L. Kratz, G. Lorusso, P.F. Mantica, M. Matos, F. Montes, B. Pfeiffer, M. Quinn, P. Santi, H. Schatz, F. Schertz, E. Smith, B.E. Tomlin, W.B. Walters, and A. Wohr, Nucl. Phys. A 805, 470c (2008); “Nuclear Masses and What They Imply for the Structures of Neutron Rich Nuclei,” with A. Teymurazyan, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Fission and Properties of Neutron-Rich Nuclei, Sanibel Island, USA, 11–17 November 2007, edited by J.H. Hamilton, A.V. Ramayya, and H.K. Carter (World Scientific, 2008): 565; and “b-Decay Half-Lives and b-Delayed Neutron Emission Probabilities of Nuclei in the Region A ≲ 110m Relevant for the r Process” with J. Pereira, S. Hennrich, O. Arndt, A. Becerril, T. Elliot, A. Estrade, D. Galaviz, R. Kessler, K.-L. Kratz, G. Lorusso, P.F. Mantica, M. Matos, P. Möller, F. Montes, B. Pfeiffer, H. Schatz, F. Schertz, L. Schnorrenberger, E. Smith, A. Stolz, M. Quinn, W.B. Walters, and A. Wöhr, Phys. Rev. C 79 (2009): 035806.
J. Douglas Archer, librarian, contributed “2007’s 10 Most Challenged List” to Focus on Indiana Libraries, 62, No. 7 (2008): 12; “Bookseller Registration Law Thrown Out,” ibid., 62, No. 8 (2008): 22; “Information Tips and Sources: Scriptures/Sacred Books for Peace and Conflict Studies, Part 3,” to The Peace Chronicle: the Newsletter of the Peace and Justice Studies Association (spring 2008): 22–23; “Archer’s Arrow: Pointing You Toward the Right Sources! [A Basic Bibliography for Peace Studies],” ibid. (fall 2008): 18–19; “COPA Fails the Test—Again” to Focus on Indiana Libraries (Sept. 2008): 13; “Celebrating Banned Books Week” for ilovelibraries.org (Sept. 30, 2008): ilovelibraries.org/news/topstories/bannedbooksweek.cfm; and “More on Meeting Rooms,” to Focus on Indiana Libraries 62, No. 10 (2008): 7. Archer also contributed “The Pendulum Swings” to Focus on Indiana Libraries 63, No. 2 (2008): 8; “Recent Book Challenges around the Nation: Coming Soon to a Library near You?” ibid. 62, No. 11 (2008): 8; “IF Explained” to IFRT Report 69 (Winter 2009): 12; “Intellectual Freedom Highlights from the Mile High City” to Focus on Indiana Libraries 63, No. 3 (2009): 7; “The Makings of a Landmark Case” to Focus on Indiana Libraries 63, No. 4 (2009): 6; and “Not Yet Hot Off the Press,” to Focus on Indiana Libraries 63. No. 5 (2009): 9.
James M. Ashley, associate professor of theology, published “Original Sin, Biblical Hermeneutics, and the Science of Evolution” in Nature and Scripture in the Abrahamic Religion: 1700–Present, vol. 2, edited by J.M. van der meer and S. Mandelbrote (Brill, 2008): 407–36.
Ann W. Astell, professor of theology, published “Le sacrifice de la Pucelle: Jeanne d’Arc et la notion moderne d’auteur,” translated by M.R. Ansprach, in L’Herne: René Girard (Paris: Éditions de L’Herne, 2008): 229–33.
David M. Bartels, professional specialist, concurrent professor, Radiation Laboratory, published “Comment on the Possible Role of the Reaction H· + H2O® H2 + ·OH in the Radiolysis of Water at High Temperatures” in Radiation Physics and Chemistry 78 (2009): 191–4.
Gail Bederman, associate professor of history, published “Sex, Scandal, Satire, and Population in 1798: Revisiting Malthus’s First Essay” in Journal of British Studies 47, No. 4 (October 2008): 768–95.
Ikaros Bigi, the Grace-Rupley II Professor of Physics, published “B, D and K Decays” with G. Buchalla et al., European Physical Journal C 57 (2008): 309; “Flavour Physics of Leptons and Dipole Moments” with M. Raidal et al., ibid.: 13; and “B → Gamma Gamma in an Appelquist-Cheng-Dobrescu Model” with G.G. Devidze, A.G. Liparteliani, and U.-G. Meißner, Physical Review D 78 (2008): 097501.
Howard A. Blackstead, professor of physics, published “A Search for Superconducting Impurity Phases in cubic Ba2 GdRu1-u Cuu O6” with M. Kornecki, M.P. Smylie (graduate student), P.J. McGinn (professor of physics), W.B. Yelon, and Q. Cai, in J. Alloys and Compounds 466 (2008): 31–38; and “Comment on ‘Origin of the Superconductivity in the Y-Sr-Ru-O and Y-Sr-Cu-O Systems’” with P.J. McGinn (professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering), M.P. Smylie (graduate student), W.B. Yelon, J.B. Yang, and W.J. James, in Physical Review B 79 (2009): 016501.
Joseph Blenkinsopp, professor of theology, published “Reconciliation in the Middle East: A Biblical Perspective” in Theology Today 65, No. 3 (October 2008): 344–55; and a review of H.G M. Williamson, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Isaiah 1–27 1 in Journal of Theological Studies 59, No. 1 (October 2008): 226–30.
Maureen Boulton, professor of Romance languages and literatures, published “Littérature de dévotion par et pour les femmes au XVe siècle” in Dix ans de recherche sur les femmes écrivains de l’Ancien Régime: Influences et confluences (Québec: Presses Universitaires de Laval, 2008).
Paul F. Bradshaw, professor of liturgy, published “The Reception of Communion in Early Christianity,” Studia Liturgica 37 (2007): 164–80; “Berakah Response: Is Liturgical History a Thing of the Past?,” Proceedings of the North American Academy of Liturgy (2008): 22–33; “Der jüdische Einfluss auf die frühe christliche Liturgie: Eine Neubewertung,” Dialog christlich-jüdische Informationen 72 (July 2008): 14–31; “Baptism in the Anglican Communion” in T. Best, ed., Baptism Today: Understanding, Practice, Ecumenical Implications (Collegeville: The Liturgical Press, 2008): 55–61; and “The Emergence of Penitential Prayer in Early Christianity” in M.J. Boda, D.K. Falk, and R.A. Werline (eds), Seeking the Favor of God Volume 3: The Impact of Penitential Prayer beyond Second Temple Judaism (Atlanta: SBL, 2008): 185–96.
Bruce Bunker, professor of physics, published “X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Study of Cd Binding onto Bacterial Consortia” with B. Mishra, M. Boyanov, S.D. Kelly, K.M. Kemner, R. Nerenberg, B.L. Read-Daily, and J.B. Fein in Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 10.1016/j.gca.2008.11.032 (2008); and “Effects of the Microbial Siderophore DFO-B on Pb and Cd Speciation in Aqueous Solution” with B Mishra, E.A. Haack, and P.A. Maurice, Environ. Sci. Technol. 43 No. 1 (2009): 94–100, DOI: 10.1021/es071011w.
Mark A. Caprio, professor of physics, published “Phonon and Multi-Phonon Excitations in Rotational Nuclei by Exact Diagonalization of the Bohr Hamiltonian” in Physics Letters B 672 (2009): 396–400; “Nuclear Structure and Triaxiality with the Algebraic Collective Model,” Capture Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy and Related Topics, AIP Conference Proceedings No. 1090, ed. A. Blazhev, J. Jolie, N. Warr, and A. Zilges (Melville, NY, American Institute of Physics: 2009): 534–8; “Bohr Model as an Algebraic Collective model” with D.J. Rowe and T.A. Welsh, Physical Review C 79 (2009): 054304, with a synopsis of this article featured in the American Physical Society’s online publication Physics: Spotlighting Exceptional Research; and “Construction of SO É SO Spherical Harmonics and Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients” with D.J. Rowe and T.A. Welsh, Computer Physics Communications 180 (2009): 1150–63.
Ian Carmichael, professor and director of the Radiation Laboratory, published “13C-Labeled N-Acetyl-Neuraminic Acid in Aqueous Solution: Detection and Quantification of Acyclic Keto, Keto Hydrate, and Enol Forms by 13C NMR Spectroscopy” with student Thomas Klepach and Anthony S. Serianni, professor, of chemistry and biochemistry, in J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130, No. 36 (2008): 11892–900; “Homo- and Heterodimetallic Geminal Dianions Derives from the Bis(phosphinimine) [Ph2P(NSiMe3)]2CH2 and the Alkali Metals Li, Na, and K” with K.L. Hull, B.C. Noll, and K.W. Henderson in Chem. Eur. J. 14 (2008): 3939–53; and “Chiral Discrimination in the Hydrogen-Atom Transfer Between Tyrosine and Benzophenone in Rigid Peptides” with A. Lewandowska, Gordon L. Hug (retired administrator, Radiation Laboratory), G. Hörner, F. Kazmierczak, and B. Marciniak in Chemical Physics Letters 473 (2009): 348–53.
Daniel M. Chipman, professional specialist and concurrent professor, Radiation Laboratory, published “Absorption Spectrum of OH Radical in Water” in J. Phys. Chem. A 112, No. 51 (2008): 13372–81.
Kevin J. Christiano, associate professor of sociology, published a review of Religion and the New Immigrants: How Faith Communities Form Our Newest Citizens, by M.W. Foley and D.R. Hoge (Oxford University Press), in the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47 (Sept. 2008): 521–2; and a review of The Robert Bellah Reader, edited by Robert N. Bellah and Steven M. Tipton (Duke University Press), in Sociology of Religion 70, No. 1 (spring 2009): 86–87.
Patricia L. Clark, assistant professor of biochemistry, republished “Rare Codons Cluster” with Thomas F. Clarke IV, graduate research assistant in chemistry and biochemistry, in PLoS ONE 3, No. 10 (2008): e3412 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0003412.
Philippe Collon, assistant professor of physics, published “Fusion Hindrance for a Positive Q-Value System” with C.L. Jiang, B.B. Back, H. Esbensen, J.P. Greene, R.V.F. Janssens, D.J. Henderson, H.Y. Lee, C.J. Lister, Masahiro Notani (postdoctoral research associate in physics), R.C. Pardo, N. Patel, K.E. Rehm, D. Seweryniak, B. Shumard, X. Wang (graduate student), S. Zhu, S. Misicu, and Xiao-Dong Tang (assistant professor of physics) in Phys. Rev. C 78 (2008): 017601; “First Results From the Nuclear Astrophysics AMS Program at the NSL Using the MANTIS System in Gas-Filled Mode” with D. Robertson (graduate student), C. Schmitt (graduate student), et al., in Nuclear Instruments and Methods B 266 (2008): 3481; “Discovery of Underground Argon with Low Level of Radioactive 39Ar and Possible Applications to WIMP Dark Matter Detectors” with D. Acosta-Kane, R. Acciarri, O. Amaize, M. Antonello, B. Baibussinov, M. Baldo Ceolin, R. Bansall, L. Basgall, A. Bazarko, P. Benetti, J. Benziger, A. Burgers, F. Calaprice, E. Calligarich, M. Cambiaghi, N. Canci, F. Carbonara, M. Cassidy, F. Cavanna, S. Centro, A. Chavarria, D. Cheng, A. G. Cocco, F. Dalnoki-Veress, E. de Haas, F. Di Pompeo, G. Fiorillo, F. Fitch, V. Gallo, C. Galbiati, M. Gaull, S. Gazzana, L. Grandi, A. Goretti, T. Highfill, R. Highfill, T. Hohman, An. Ianni, Al. Ianni, A. LaCava, M. Laubenstein, H. Y. Lee, M. Leung, B. Loer, H. H. Loosli, B. Lyons, G. Mangano, D. Marks, K. McCarty, G. Meng, C. Montanari, S. Mukhopadhyay, A. Nelson, O. Palamara, L. Pandola, R. Pardo, F. Pietropaolo, T. Pivonka, A. Pocar, R. Purtschert, A. Rappoldi, G. Raselli, E. Rehm, F. Resnati, D. Robertson, M. Roncadelli, M. Rossella, C. Rubbia, J. Ruderman, J. Russell, R. Saldanha, C. Schmitt, E. Segreto, A. Shirley, A. M. Szelc, R. Tartaglia, T. Tesileanu, S. Ventura, C. Vignoli, C. Visnjic, R. Vondrasek, P. Wraight, and A. Yushkov, in Nuclear Instruments and Methods A 587 (2008): 46–51; “Ultra-Sensitive Detection of p-Process Nuclide 146 Sm Produced by (γ,n), (p, 2nε) and (n, 2n) Reactions” with N. Kinoshita, T. Hashimoto, T. Nakanishi, A. Yokoyama, H. Amakawa, T. Mitsugashira, T. Ohtsuki, N. Takahashi, I. Ahmad, J.P. Greene, D.J. Henderson, C.L. Jiang, M. Notani (postdoctoral research associate), R.C. Pardo, N. Patel, K.E. Rehm, R. Scott, R. Vondrasek, L. Jisonna, D. Robertson, C. Schmitt, X.D. Tang, Y. Kashiv (visiting scholar), H. Nassar, and M. Paul in Journal of Physics G. Nuclear and Particle Physics 35 (2008): 014033; and “Fusion Hindrance for a Positive Q-Value System” with C.L. Jiang, B.B. Back, H. Esbensen, J.P. Greene, R.V.F. Janssens, D.J. Henderson, H.Y. Lee, C.J. Lister, M. Notani, R. Pardo, N. Patel, K.E. Rehm, D. Seweryniak, B. Shumard, X. Wang, S. Zhu, S. Misicu, X.D. Tang, and I. Tanihata, Physical Review C 78 (2008): 017601.
Lawrence Cunningham, professor of theology, published “Foreword” to C. Houselander’s The War is the Passion (Christian Classics, 2008): vii–xiii; “Five Recent Works on Benedictine Spirituality” in Spiritus (spring, 2008): 120124; a review of Richardson’s Picasso III in Commonweal cxxxv (May 8, 2008): 34–35; a review of Chiara Lubich: Essential Writings in Cistercian Studies Quarterly 42, No. 4 (2007): 484–6; a review of Dauphinais/Levering Holy Land, Holy People: A Theologial Introduction to the Bible in Pro Ecclesia XVII, NO. 2 (Spring, 2008): 246–9; “Religion Book Notes” in Commonweal cxxxv (June 6, 2008): 27–29; “Gluttony” in Notre Dame Business (summer, 2008): 40–43; “Foreword” to John Calvin and Roman Catholicism, ed. R. Zachman (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2008): 7–8; “Faith and Everyday Life” in Vision Annual: 2009_: 130–8; "_Dies Domini: Some Speculative Considerations" in Assembly 34, No. 5 (summer, 2008): 77–80; a review of A. Kleinberg’s Flesh Made Word in America 199, No. 8 (Sept. 22, 2008): 35–36; “Religion Book Notes” in Commonweal cxxxv (Sept. 26, 2008): 26–28; a review of A. Kleinberg’s Flesh Made Word in America 199, No. 8 (Sept. 22, 2008): 35–36; and “Religion Book Notes” in Commonweal cxxxv (Sept. 26, 2008): 26–28. He also published “A Note on Holiness” in_Church (winter 2008): 5–7; “A Letter from Campus” in Notre Dame Magazine (winter 2008): 4–5; “Religion Book Notes” in Commonweal (Jan. 16, 2009): 26–29; Culture and Values 7th edition (Thomson/Wadsworth, 2009) 706 page (with J. Reich); and Introduction to Roman Catholicism (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009).