Articles are published in refereed journals

William Allegrezza, Department of English, Lecturer

Lingo.  Chicago: subontic press, 2002.


Jack Bloom, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Associate Professor

“The Unrecognized Convergence of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.” Journal of the Indiana Academy of Social Sciences 5 (2002), 29-39.

 SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1“The Defeat of White Power and the Emergence of the ‘New Negro’ in the South.” Jeffrey O.G. Ogbar, ed., The Civil Rights Movement Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2002. Pp. 144-65.

“Eyewitness to the Movement: Conducting Oral History Interviews in the Classroom.” Julie Buckner Armstrong, Susan Hult Edwards, Houston Bryan Roberson and Rhonda Y. Williams, eds., Freedom’s Bittersweet Song: Teaching the American Civil Rights Movement, N. Y.: Routledge, 2002. Pp. 83-95. 

“Counterrevolution: The Military Coup d”Etat Against Solidarity in Poland Dec. 12-13, 1981.”  Phillipe Denis and James Worthington, eds., The Power of Oral History:  Memory, Healing and Development.  Petermariitzburg, So. Africa:  Sinomlandu Project., Univ. of Natal, 2002.  Pp. 1837-51.       

"A Line of Blood: How December 1970 Prepared Workers for Political Transition in 1989.” Barbara Wejnert, ed., Tranition to Democracy in Eastern Europe and Russia  Westport, Conn: Praeger Publishers, 2002.  Pp. 91-108.                


Carol L. Castaneda (Vanderlugt), Department of Biology, Assistant Professor

Vanderlugt, C. L. and S. D. Miller. “Role of Epitope Spreading in the Pathogenicity of Immune-Mediated Diseases:  Implications for Specific Immunotherapy.Nature Reviews, Immunology 2 (2002), 85-95.


Ronald D. Cohen, Department of History, Professor 

Rainbow Quest: The Folk Music Revival and American Society, 1940-1970. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2002.

Children of the Mill: Schooling and Society in Gary, Indiana, l906-l960. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, Press, 1990. Reprinted in paperback, N.Y.: Routledge, 2002, with a new introduction by William Reese.

Cohen, Ronald and Robert Lichtman. "Harvey Matusow, the FBI, and the Justice Department: Becoming a Government Informer-Witness in the McCarthy Era." American Communist History 1: 1, (Summer 2002.).


Spencer Cortwright, Department of Biology, Associate Professor

Brodman, R., S. A. Cortwright, and A. Resetar 2002. “Historical changes of reptiles and amphibians of northwest Indiana fish and wildlife properties.” American Midland Naturalist:147:135-144.


WilliamJ. Dorin, Department of CIS,  Associate Professor

Shelly, Cashman, Woods, and William J. Dorin. HTML Comprehensive Concepts and Techniques, Second Edition. Publisher: Course Technology, Shelly Cashman Series, 2002. Boston, MA.


Deana Farris-Peltz, Department of Performing Arts, Assistant Professor
           Costume designer for the following theatrical productions at IUN:

The Effects of Man in the Moon Marigolds, Oct. 11-13, 2002.

The Mystery of Irma Vep, Nov. 15-17, 2002.


Timothy G. Fisher, Department of Geosciences, Associate Professor

Fisher, T.G., J.J. Clague, and J.T. Teller. "The Role of Outburst Floods and Glacial Meltwater in Subglacial and Proglacial Landform Genesis." Quaternary International 90 (2002): 1-4.

Sjogren, D.B., Fisher, T.G., Taylor L.D., Jol, H. M., and Munro-Stasiuk, M.J. "Incipient Tunnel Channels." Quaternary International 90 (2002): 41-56.

Fisher, T.G., D.G. Smith, and J.T. Andrews. "Preboreal Oscillation Caused by a        Glacial Lake Agassiz Flood." Quaternary Science Reviews 21.8-9 (2002): 873-78.

Fisher, T.G., and L.D. Taylor. "Sedimentary and Stratigraphic Evidence for Subglacial Flooding, South-Central Michigan, USA." Quaternary International 90 (2002): 87-115.


Charles P. Gallmeier, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Associate Professor  

Gallmeier, Charles, Marty Zusman, David Knox.  “Going Out or Hanging Out: Couple Dating and Group Dating in the New Millennium.” Free Inquiry in Creative      Sociology 30:2 (Nov., 2002), 221-225.

“Juicing, Burning, and Tooting: Observing Drug Use Among Professional Hockey Players.” Arena Review, 12: 1 (May, 1988), 1-12.  Reprinted in Sport and Society, ed.  Joseph G. Weis. Thomas Custom Publishing 2002. pp. 285-291.


Neil Goodman, Department of: Fine Arts, Professor
        One Person shows:     

Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, IL ( 2002).

Perimeter Gallery, New York, NY ( 2002).

Marc Ruschman Gallery, Indianapolis, IN (2002).


Neil Goodman, Department of: Fine Arts, Professor

"The Chicago School II", Klein Art Works, Chicago, IL (2002).

"Shadows & Echoes", Site specific installation, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN (2002).

"Sculpture", Perimeter Gallery, New York, NY (2002).

"Transcultural Visions" (Polish-American contemporary art) Muzeum Narodowe W Szczecinie (2002).

"Transcultural Visions" (Polish-American contemporary art) Zamek Ksiazat Pomorskich (2002).

"Art Chicago", Navy Pier, Chicago, IL (2002).

"Abstract Truths", Hinsdale Center for the Arts, Hinsdale, IL (2002).

"A Gathering of Friends",The Clay Studio Harrison Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (2002).

"Abstract Truths", Hinsdale Center for the Arts, Hinsdale, IL (2002).


Neil Goodman, Department of: Fine Arts, Professor
        Public Commissions:

D'Ancona & Pflaum, Chicago, IL (2002).


Robin Hass, Department of English, Associate Professor

" A Picture of Such Beauty in their Minds‚:  The Medieval Rhetoricians, Chaucer, and Evocative Effictio." Exemplaria 14.2 (forthcoming, October 2002).


Mark S. Hoyert, Department of Psychology, Associate Professor

O’Dell, C.D., and Hoyert, M.S. (2002) “Active and Passive Touch: A research methodology project.” Teaching of Psychology, 29, 292-294.


Iztok Hozo, Department of Mathematics, Professor

Djulbegovic B, Hozo I. “At what degree of belief in research hypothesis a trial in humans is justified?" J Eval Clin Practice (2002) 8: 269-276.


Richard Hull, Department of English, Associate Professor

“Puns in ‘The Gold-Bug’: You Gotta be Kidding.” Arizona Quarterly 58.2 (Summer 2002), 1-18.


Kevin Kennedy, Department of Biology, Lecturer

Elhofy, A, K.J. Kennedy, B.T. Fife, and W.J. Karpus.  2002.  “Regulation of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis by chemokines and chemokine receptors.” Immunology Research Volume 25, Number 2, 167-175.


David Klamen, Professor, Department of Art
        Selected Solo Exhibitions:

Richard Gray Gallery, New York (exhibition catalog) 2002,


David Klamen, Professor, Department of Art
        Selected Group Exhibitions:

Art Basel Miami, Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, New York 2002.

Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago 2002.

Chicago International Art Exposition, Richard Gray Gallery 2002.

“The Art Show,” American Art Dealers Association, Richard Gray Gallery, New York 2002.


Patricia Lorimer Lundberg, Department:  English, Associate Professor of English and Women’s Studies

”Patient-Focused Control: Fixing Our Broken Health Care System.” George D. Lundberg, James Stacey, Teresa Waters, Patricia Lorimer Lundberg. Severed Trust: Why American Medicine Hasn’t Been Fixed (new edition). George D. Lundberg and James Stacey. New York: Basic Books, 2002. 295-328.


 Cynthia O’Dell, Department of WOST and Psychology, Associate Professor

O’Dell, C.D. and Hoyert, M.S. “Active and Passive Touch:  A Research Methodology Project,”  Teaching of Psychology 29 (2002), 292-94.


Ana Osan, Department of Modern Languages, Assistant Professor of Spanish

“Narcisia: Partenogénesis y la nueva mujer,” in Sujeto femenino y palabra poética: Estudios críticos de la poesía de Juana Castro, Ed. Sharon Keefe Ugalde, Córdoba, Spain: Diputación de Córdoba, Biblioteca Ensayo, 2002.  88-103.


Mary Harris Russell, Department of English, Professor

Review of America  by E.R. Frank (Atheneum, 2002),  in The New York Times Review of Books, May 19, 2002,

Stephanie Smith, Department of Psychology, Professor

Whitehead, G.I. &  Smith, S.H.(2002). “The use of hand gestures and smiles in the inaugural addresses of the presidents of the United States.”  Journal of Social Psychology, 142,670.


Danille Taylor-Guthrie, Department of Minority Studies, Associate Professor

Homeless, Friendless, and Penniless: The WPA Interviews with Former Slaves Living in  Indiana by Ronald Baker, Journal of Southern History, vol. 68, #3, 2002.


Jerry R. Taylor, Department of Performing Arts, Professor 
        Selected Performances/Designs:

"The Mystery of Irma Vep" Director - November 2002.

"The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds" Director - October 2002.

"Phantom" Director - June 2002.

"Cinderella" Script Adaptation, Director - April 2002.


Gary S. Wilk, Department of Fine Arts, Associate Professor

Faces of Steel, 11th National Conference, Weston Convention Center, curator of national photo exhibition and presented a speech regarding the exhibition, Pittsburgh, PA 2002.

Faces of Steel, IUN Gallery for Contemporary Art, Indiana University Northwest, curator of national photo exhibition, Gary, IN 2002.


Roberta Wollons, Department of History and Philosophy, Professor

“Annie Lyon Howe and the Missionary Kindergartens in Japan.” Ed., Yoshida, Ryo, Rainichi Amerika Senkyoshi - Amerikan Bo do Senkyoshi no Kenkyu, 1869-1890 (American Missionaries in Japan: A Study of the Correspondence of the American Board Missionaries, 1869-1890). Translated into Japanese by Noriko Ishii. Tokyo: Gendaishiryo Shuppan), 2002.  Pp. 397-421.


 Marty E. Zusman, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Professor

Knox, David, Marty E. Zusman, Vivian Daniels, and Angel Brantly.  2002. “Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder?  Long Distance Dating Relationshps Among College Students.: College Student Journal. 36(3):  364-367.

Knox, David, Marty E. Zusman and Vivian Daniels.  2002.  “College Student Attitudes Toward Interreligious Marriage.” College Student Journal.  36(1):  84-86.

Knox, David, Marty E. Zusman, Kristen, McGinty, and Bob Davis.  2002.  “College Student Attitudes and Behaviors Toward Ending an Unsatisfactory Relationship.” College Student Journal.  36(4):  630-634.

Gallmeier, Charles, P., David Knox, and Marty E. Zusman.  2002.  “Going Out or Hanging Out: Couple Dating and Group Dating in the New Millennium.”Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology.  36(2):  221-225

Brantly, Angel, David Knox and Marty E. Zusman.  2002. “When and Why Gender Differences in Saying I Love You.” College Student Journal (Forthcoming).



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