Welcome to Celebrating Scholarship 2015! This site features works produced by Franklin & Marshall College faculty and professional staff during the 2014 calendar year.
An exhibit of the works is on view in the lobby of the Shadek-Fackenthal Library through March 25, 2015.
Guide to the site
This site features author-submitted citations to works produced in calendar year 2014. It is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the Franklin & Marshall College author. Author names appear in bolded text.
Abrahim Soleimani, William D. Schneper and William Newburry. 2014. “The Impact of Stakeholder Power on Corporate Reputation: A Cross-Country Corporate Governance Perspective” Organization Science, 25(4): 991-1008.
William D. Schneper and Mary Ann Von Glinow. 2014. “Global Operations: Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose redux?” in Vernon Miller and Michael Gordon (editors) Meeting the Challenges of Human Resource Management: A Communication Perspective. New York: Routledge, pp. 227-238.
David Schuyler. "Pencil and Pen in Defense of Nature: Thomas Cole and the American Landscape," Hudson River Valley Review 31 (Fall 2014): 16-37.
David Schuyler. "Frederick Law Olmsted and the World's Columbian Exposition," Journal of Planning History 13 (Feb. 2015): 1-26.
David Schuyler. “Procession of the Emancipators: The Stained Glass Windows of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Lancaster,” The Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society 116, no. 1 (2014-2015), pp. 36-48.
Shelton, Laura. "Deathways in the Borderlands of Northwestern Mexico, 1790-1870." New Mexico Historical Review 89(1) (Winter 2014): 68-81.
Smith, S. C., Pérez Arias, M., Pérez Arias, A. E., & Flores Pérez, A. (2014). "Long-term Occupation of Cerro Chijcha, Upper Desaguadero Valley, Bolivia. Ñawpa Pacha, 34(1), 107-116.
Smith, S. C., & Janusek, J. W. (2014). "Political Networks and Mosaics: The Tiwanaku Expansion into the Upper Desaguadero Valley, Bolivia." World Archaeology, 46(5), 681-704. doi: 10.1080/00438243.2014.953705
Jörg W.E. Fassbinder, Rob Sternberg, Werner Zanier, Doris Ebner, Jürg Rageth. "Magnetic prospecting of the Roman military camp at Septimer Pass (Switzerland)." Open Journal of Archaeometry; 2:5303 69-72, 2014.
Stinchfield, B. T., & Silverberg, R. T. (2014). "Empirical Evidence That High Levels of Entrepreneurial Attitudes Dampen the Level of Civil Disorder." Business & Society, 0007650314530540.
Jon Stone. “Decadent Style with a Symbolist Worldview: Andrei Bely, Dmitrii Merezhkovskii, and the Perils of Surfaces” Modernism/Modernity 21:1 (January 2014): 269-282.
Jon Stone. “Making the Symbolist Book/Fashioning the Symbolist Reader: The Case of Aleksandr Dobroliubov's Collected Verses” forthcoming in Reading in Russia. Literary Communication and Practices of Reading, 1760-1930, Damiano Rebecchini and Raffaella Vassena, eds. (Milan: Di/Segni, 2014).
Marc Bellemare, Joel Veness, and Erik Talvitie. "Skip Context Tree Switching." In Proceedings of the Thirty-First International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML); 2014.
Erik Talvitie. "Model Regularization for Stable Sample Rollouts." In Proceedings of the Thirtieth Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI), 2014.
SherAli K. Tareen. “Islam, Democracy, and the Limits of Secular Conceptuality.” Journal of Law and Religion, Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University, Volume 29, Number 1, (January 2014), pp.1-17.
SherAli K. Tareen. “The Perils and Possibilities of Inter-Religious Translation: Mirza Mazhar Jan-i Janan on the Hindus.” Sagar: A South Asia Research Journal, University of Texas at Austin South Asia Institute, Volume 21, (May 2014), pp.43-51.
SherAli K. Tareen. “Deoband Madrasa.” In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Islamic Studies. Ed. Tamara Sonn. New York: Oxford University Press, April, 2014.
SherAli K. Tareen. “Sayyid Abu’l ‘Ala Mawdudi.” In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Islamic Studies. Ed. Tamara Sonn. New York: Oxford University Press, April, 2014.
Thompson, J.T., Shelton, R.M., and Kier, W.M. 2014. "The length-force behavior and operating length range of squid muscle vary as a function of position in the mantle wall." Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 2181-2192.
Kurth, J.A., Thompson, J.T., and Kier, W.M. 2014. "Connective tissue in squid mantle is arranged to accommodate strain gradients." Biological Bulletin. 227: 1-6.
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Celebrating Scholarship 2015 exhibit and reception produced by: Jenn Buch, Research Services Assistant | Carol Kornhauser, Acquisitions Coordinator Mike Horn, Administrative Services & Visual Resources Assistant Meghan Kelly, Research & Emerging Technologies Librarian | Lisa Stillwell, Research & Instruction Librarian