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Celebrating Scholarship 2016

Celebrating Scholarship 2016

Welcome to Celebrating Scholarship 2016
This site features works produced by Franklin & Marshall College faculty and professional staff during the 2015 calendar year.
An exhibit of the works is on view in the lobby of the Shadek-Fackenthal Library until March 31, 2016.

Guide to the site

This site features author-submitted citations to works produced in calendar year 2015. It is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the Franklin & Marshall College author. Author names appear in bolded text.

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Authors K through L

Stephan Käufer and Anthony Chemero, Phenomenology. An Introduction. Polity Press, 2015. View description online.

Kent, Rick.  “Contested Space: The Work of Robert Lowing’s Witness and American Landscape Photography,” catalog essay in Contested Space: Witness to Place—Photography of Robert Lowing. Lancaster: The Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin & Marshall College, 2015: 4-12.

Kent, Rick. “Subject and Image: Zhang Yuming’s Search for Photographic Significance” (题材与影像:张玉明对摄影意义的探究, translation by Wang Yitong 王艺潼), catalog essay in Presence & Rendering: Zhang Yuming’s Photography (存在与呈现: 张玉明作品集). Beijing: Zhongguo minzu sheying yixu chubanshe, 2015 (bilingual): 18-22 (English).

Kent, Rick. Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT: Oddity (Juror: Oliver Wasow, fine art photographer; one work selected), November 12- December 6, 2015.

Kent, Rick. Minneapolis Photo Center, Minneapolis, MN: Still Life: The Inanimate Subject (Juror: Russell Joslin, photographer and editor of the online journal of photography SHOTS; one work selected), May 29-July 5, 2015.

Kent, Rick. Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT: Con[text]: Symbol & Image (Juror: Tim Clark, editor of the online contemporary photography magazine 1000 Words, UK; 2 works exhibited), January 2- January 25, 2015.

Kibler, Alison. Censoring racial ridicule: Irish, Jewish and African American Struggles Over Race and Representation, 1890-1930. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2015.

Smith, Eric, and Nina A. Kollars. “QR Panopticism: User Behavior Triangulation & Barcode-Scanning Applications.” Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective. Fall 2015

Kollars, Nina A. "War’s Horizon: Soldier-Led Adaptation in Iraq and Vietnam." Journal of Strategic Studies 38, no. 4 (2015): 529-553.

Kollars, Nina A. "Organising Adaptation in War." Survival: Global Politics and Strategy. 57, no. 6, 2015: 111-26.  View abstract online.

Kopchak, Seth.  "The regime-switching risk premium in the gold futures market." Journal of Economics and Finance. 2015.  View abstract online.

Kourelis, Kostis. “Closing the Window on Cavafy: Foregrounding the Background in the Photographic Portraits,” Journal of Greek Media and Culture 1, no. 2 (2015), pp. 227-252.  View abstract online.

E. GagnonJ. K. Krebs, and A. L. Lytle, "Selective control of excitation pathways of upconverted fluorescent states using a broadband laser and a spectral mask," Journal of the Optical Society of America B 32, 633-638 (2015).  View abstract online.

Kulp, Louise A. “Teaching with Artists’ Books: An Interdisciplinary Approach for the Liberal Arts,” Art Documentation 34, no. 1 (Spring 2015): 101-123.

Kulp, Louise. Louise Librarian no. 1: That Ubiquitous One-Page Book [zine]. Lancaster, PA: the author, 2015.

McCaffrey, SJ and Kurland, N.B. 2015, online first. “Does ‘Local’ Mean Ethical? The US ‘Buy Local’ Movement and CSR in SMEs.” Forthcoming in Organization & Environment (accepted 4/18/15). View abstract online.

Kurland, N. B. and Aleci, L. S. 2015. “From Civic Institution to Community Place: The Meaning of the Public Market in Modern America.” Agriculture and Human Values. 32:3, 505-521. 

Landfried, Carrie C. "Voicing the Prevocal: Nathalie Sarraute's Foray into Radio Drama" in Cultural Critique 91 (Fall 2015): 98-113.

Lommen, Andrea N. "Pulsar timing arrays: the promise of gravitational wave detection." Published 13 November 2015. Reports on Progress in Physics, Volume 78, Number 12. View abstract online.

B. K. Berger, Danzmann, K., Gonzalez, G., Lommen, A., Mueller, G., Rudiger, A., & Weber, W. J. (2015). Receiving Gravitational Waves. In A. Ashtekar, B. K. Berger, J. Isenberg, & M. MacCallum (Eds.), General Relativity and Gravitation: A Centennial Perspective (242-271). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

E. Gagnon, J. K. Krebs, and A. L. Lytle, "Selective control of excitation pathways of upconverted fluorescent states using a broadband laser and a spectral mask," Journal of the Optical Society of America B 32, 633-638 (2015).  View abstract online.  

A. L. Lytle, E. Gagnon, and R. Camuccio*, "Controlling Second Harmonic Generation with Counterpropagating Light," OSA Frontiers in Optics/ DLS Laser Science, San Jose, CA, October 2015. Paper JW2A.42  *indicates student author

E. Gagnon and A. L. Lytle, "Saturation effects on terahertz generation at the surface of InAs," OSA Frontiers in Optics/ DLS Laser Science, San Jose, CA, October 2015. Paper FW4A.6

For more information

Celebrating Scholarship 2016 exhibit produced by:
Jenn Buch, Research Services Assistant  |  Carol Kornhauser, Receipts Specialist & Budgets Coordinator
Mike Horn, Administrative Services & Visual Resources Assistant  |  Meg Massey, Interlibrary Loan Assistant  
Meghan Kelly, Research & Emerging Technologies Librarian  |  Lisa Stillwell, Research & Instruction Librarian
(lisa.stillwell@fandm.edu is the contact for Celebrating Scholarship)