Kudos: Amin, Czap, Rusch, Sollenberger, Thomson, Wayman
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Professor of History Cam Amin’s article, "Gender, Madness, Religion, and Iranian-American Identity: Observations on a 2006 Murder Trial in Williamsport, Pennsylvania," has been published in Social Sciences.
Associate Professor of Economics Natalia Czap co-authored "The role of personality traits in green decision-making," which was recently published in the Journal of Economic Psychology.
Associate Professor of Social Sciences Lara Rusch recently co-authored the study, "Immigrant-conscious congregations: Race, ethnicity, and the rejection of anti-immigrant frames," which was published as a Research Note in Politics and Religion (Cambridge).
Professor of Political Science Mitch Sollenberger’s book chapter, "Michigan's Governor and Executive Branch,” and Associate Professor of Political Science and Chair Dale Thomson’s chapter, "Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations in Michigan,” appear in Michigan: Government, Politics, and Policy (Univ of Michigan Press) (John S. Klemanski and David Dulio, Eds.).
Professor of Political Science Frank Wayman co-authored the chapter, "Rummel and Singer, DON and COW," which was published in the edited volume, R.J. Rummel: An Assessment of His Many Contributions (Springer).