2021-2022 New Faculty Publications, Grants, and Creative Activity


Kinji Ito
(2022). Chisetsu. Wadainohonhttps://wadainohon.com/shosetsu/no-14/   This is a serial novel that has been published bi-weekly episode by episode since January of 2022. It is composed of 13 episodes and ends in June of 2022.

Li Jin , Elizabeth Deifell, and Katie Angus, eds. Calico Journal (Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium): Special Issue: Emergency Remote Language Teaching and Learning in Disruptive TimesEmergency Remote Language Teaching and Learning in Disruptive Times, Vol 39, No 1 (2022) https://journals.equinoxpub.com/CALICO/issue/current

Beverly Moser, "Building Sustainability into the German Program: “Climate Stories” in Gen-Ed German and the Advanced Curriculum" in Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German, Vol. 54.2 (Fall 2021) 257-270.

Xiaofei Tu and Wendy Xie. 2021. "The Kojiki/Nihon Shoki Mythology and Chinese Mythology: Theme, Structure, and Meaning," Religions 12, no. 10: 896. https://www.mdpi.com/2077-1444/12/10/896/htm

Alexandra Sterling-Hellenbrand, “Sites of Imagination and Memory: Museal Remediation of Grimms’ Märchen for the Twenty-first Century.” German Quarterly Special Issue German Fairy Tales and Folklore in a Global Context, Vol. 94.2 (Spring 2021) 229-239.

Michael Bosse, Annas Bayaga, Catherine Fountain and John Sevier. 2021.  From Receiving Mathematics to Negotiating Meaning: Development of Students’ Understanding of Geometric Concepts. International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning 22:2. 1-17.  https://www.cimt.org.uk/ijmtl/index.php/IJMTL/article/view/328

Adrienne Erazo and Liz Kunkel (with Adam Hege, Public Health) were awarded $10,000 from the Chancellor's Innovation Scholars Program 2021-2022 to develop programming and curriculum for a minor in Spanish for Health and Helping Professions.

Published: Dec 15, 2021 9:37am