This page lists the publications produced by individuals within the Office of University Outreach and Engagement for the last five years--2012 through 2016. For an individual's complete list of publications, please click on his or her name at the bottom of this page and download her or his vita.
Fitzgerald, H. E., Van Egeren, L., & Bargerstock, B.A. (2018). Public research universities as engines for economic development and innovation. In A. Furco, R. Bruininks, R. J. Jones, & K. Kent (Eds.), Re-envisioning the public research university: Tensions and demands. New York, NY: Routledge.
Abujarad, F., O’Bara, I., & Swierenga, S. J. (2017, July). The role of UX in government system expansion. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Switzerland: Springer International.
Auslander, M. (2017). Rose’s gift: Slavery, kinship, and the fabric of memory. Present Pasts, 8(1), 78. doi: http://doi.org/10.5334/pp.78
Auslander, M. (with Renteria-Valencia, R., Schattschneider, E., and Amason, J., et al.). (2017). In search of the plaza: Threatened mass evictions, a precarious public sphere, and a museum-community partnership. Centre for Imaginative Ethnography. Retrieved from http://imaginativeethnography.org/galleria/in-search-of-the-plaza/
Auslander, M. (2017). Objects of kinship: Reconstituting descent in the shadow of slavery. Transition, 122, 206-216. Retrieved from https://muse.jhu.edu/article/652112
Bender, S. L., Carlson, J. S., Van Egeren, L. A., Brophy-Herb, H., & Kirk, R. (2017). Investigating parenting stress as a mediator between mental health consultation and children’s behavior. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 7(1), 72-85.
Dewhurst, C. K. (2017). Folklife and museum practice: An intertwined history and emerging convergences. In C. K. Dewhurst, P. Hall, & C. Seemann (Eds.), Folklife and museums: 21st century perspectives. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
Dewhurst, C. K., Hall, P., & Seemann, C. (2017). Folklife and museums: New perspectives for the 21st century. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Press.
Doberneck, D. M., & Schweitzer, J. H. (2017). Disciplinary variations in publicly engaged scholarship: An exploration using Biglan’s classification. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 21(1), 78-103. Retrieved from http://openjournals.libs.uga.edu/index.php/jheoe/article/view/1786
Fisher, S., Zapolski, T., Sheehan, C., & Barnes-Najor, J. (2017). Pathway of protection: Ethnic identity, self-esteem, and substance use among multiracial youth. Addictive Behaviors. Advance online publication. doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2017.03.003
Fitzgerald, H. E. (2017). Reflections on the existential infant and the essence of self [Review of the book The birth of intersubjectivity: Psychodynamics, neurobiology, and the self, by M. Ammaniti & V. Gallese]. Infant Mental Health Journal, 38(2), 321-323.
Golding, P., & Fitzgerald, H. E. (2017). The Psychology of boys at risk: Indicators from 0-5 [Special issue]. Infant Mental Health Journal, 38(1), 5-14.
Leong, F. T. L., Eggerth, D., Chang, D., Flynn, M. A., Ford, K., & Martinez, R. (Eds.). (2017). Occupational health disparities among racial and ethnic minorities: Formulating research needs and directions. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Martinez, R. (2017). Latino occupational health and the changing regulatory context of work. In F. T. L. Leong, D. E. Eggerth, C-H Chang, M. A. Flynn, J. K. Ford, R. O. Martinez (Eds.). Occupational health disparities among racial and ethnic minorities: Formulating research needs and directions. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
McKinney, M., Fitzgerald, H. E., Winn, D.-M., & Babcock, P. (2017). Public policy, child development research and boys at risk: Challenging, enduring and necessary partnership [Special issue]. Infant Mental Health Journal, 38(1), 166-176.
Puttler, L. I., Fitzgerald, H. E., Heitzig, M., & Zucker, R. A. (2017). Boys, early risk factors for alcohol problems, and the development of the self: An interconnected matrix [Special issue]. Infant Mental Health Journal, 38(1), 83-96.
Auslander, M. (2016, November 29). Slavery’s traces: In search of Ashley’s sack [Web log post]. Southern Spaces. Retrieved from https://southernspaces.org/2016/slaverys-traces-search-ashleys-sack
Zapolski, T., Fisher, S., Hsu, W. W., & Barnes-Najor, J. (2016). What can parents do? Examining the role of parental support on the negative relationship between racial discrimination, depression, and drug use among African American youth. Clinical Psychological Science.
Fitzgerald, H. E., Van Egeren, L. A., Bargerstock, B. A., & Zientek, R. (2016). Community engagement scholarship, research universities, and the scholarship of integration. In J. Sachs and L. Clark (Eds.), Learning through community engagement: Vision and practice in higher education. Singapore: Springer.
Auslander, M. (2016). [Review of the exhibition Chief S.O. Alonge: Photographer to the Royal Court of Benin, Nigeria at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Arts]. African Arts, 49(1), 88-91. Retrieved from https://muse.jhu.edu/article/615119
Auslander, M. (2016). By iron possessed: Fabrice Monteiro’s Maroons: The fugitive slaves. African Arts, 49(3), 62-67. doi: http://doi.org/10.1162/AFAR_a_00300
Barnes-Najor, J., Thompson, N., Belleau, A., Smith, T., Verdugo, M., Brown, P., & Sarche, M. (2016). Cultural and practice perspectives on the classroom assessment scoring system: Voices from American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start programs. Manuscript submitted for publication, Journal of Research in Childhood Education.
Byle, A. (2016, April). Healthier kids in Flint with CrimFit youth programming. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (8)4.
Byle, A. (2016, January). Capacity building in Detroit, Flint, and Lansing. The Engaged Scholar Magazine, (10), 10-12.
Byle, A. (2016, January). The Quality Milk Alliance. The Engaged Scholar Magazine, (10), 7-9.
Publications by Person
- Mark Auslander
- Burton A. Bargerstock
- Jessica V. Barnes-Najor
- Renee C. Brown
- Robert E. Brown
- Amy Byle
- Juan David Coronado
- Constantinos K. Coursaris
- C. Kurt Dewhurst
- Diane Doberneck
- Hiram E. Fitzgerald
- Matt Forster
- Ghada Georgis
- Carla J. Hills
- Pilar Horner
- Jennifer Ismirle
- Linda Chapel Jackson
- Jean Kayitsinga
- Rex LaMore
- KyungSook Lee
- Marsha MacDowell
- Rubén Martinez
- Marvin H. McKinney
- Miles A. McNall
- Daniel Velez Ortiz
- Graham L. Pierce
- E. Beth Prince
- John H. Schweitzer
- Nicole C. Springer
- Deborah Stoddard
- Sarah J. Swierenga
- Laurie A. Van Egeren
- Heng-Chieh (Jamie) Wu