University of Redlands Our House 2023

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A 2023 showcase of scholars, authors, and artists of the University of Redlands


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OUR HOUSE 2023 A MESSAGE FROM THE PROVOST Dear University of Redlands faculty and community members, The Our House tradition at Redlands provides a wonderful opportunity to pause for a moment and celebrate the scholarly accomplishments of our faculty. Now more than ever, I am humbled by the many ways you have contributed to your various research and creative communities over the past year. I thank you all for your commitment to creating new knowledge and your unflagging efforts to extend the benefits of your work to our students - as you model the power of discovery for each of them. Please join me in extending congratulations to our colleagues on their research, scholarly, and creative accomplishments completed between June 1, 2022 and December 31, 2023. With gratitude,

Art Svenson, beloved David Boies Professor of Government, has spent more than three decades as an inspired advocate of the University of Redlands. He coined the phrases “professors’ paradise” and “our house” to describe how he feels about spending his days with students “who are as interested in what I do as I am.” Through the pages of this booklet, we welcome you to Our House, an annual celebration of the scholarly and creative accomplishments of our faculty and staff that sets the stage for volumes and stories to come. ACHIEVEMENTS 2 Books 2 Book Chapters 5 Editorships 5 Exhibitions 5 Film 5 Journal Articles, Encyclopedia, and Literary Contributions 8 Performances and Readings 8 Poetry 8 Sponsored Research 8 StoryMap

Adrienne McCormick Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs University of Redlands Editor’s Note: We highlight Redlands faculty and staff in order of last name in the bibliographic entries in this booklet. In cases where there are multiple authors listed, we provide the full first name of the University of Redlands author(s) listed. The submissions in this booklet were voluntarily provided by the authors and should not be considered the definitive list of all University of Redlands scholarship and creative work. We will open a short revision window for the digital version of Our House 2023 compilation so that authors may submit corrections. We’ll publish the corrected list at

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BOOK Tejani, Riaz. Law and Economics: New Trajectories in Law. London and New York: Routledge, 2023. Tschann, Judith. Romaine Wasn’t Built in a Day: The Delightful History of Food Language, Little, Brown / Voracious, February 2023.

BOOK CHAPTER Bailey, Julius H. ““Sinner or Saint?” Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement in Selma.” In Protestants on Screen: Religion, Politics, and Aesthetics in European and American Movies, edited by Gaston Espinosa, 221-236. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2023. 978-019-005891-3. Cha, Heungjoo, Cynthia C. Massey, Montana Smithey, and Jackie H. Kim. “Exploring Faculty Experiences With Technology- Supported Collaboration in College Classrooms.” In Handbook of Research on Facilitating Collaborative Learning Through Digital Content and Learning Technologies, edited by Jared Keengwe, 132-160. Hershey: IGI Global, 2023. 9781668457092. Charest, Brian C. “The culture wars redux: Responding to the attacks on critical race theory.” In Contextualizing Critical Race Theory on Inclusive Education, edited by Jose Lalas, Heidi Strikwerda, Bingley: Emerald, 2023. Tracey, Terrence, James Lichtenberg, Rodney K. Goodyear, and Bruce Wampold. “Do Therapists Get Better With Experience?.” In APA Handbook of Psychotherapy, Volume II, edited by Frederick Leong, Jennifer Callahan, Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2023. 9781433836749. Hewitt, Jessie R. “Secrets, Sex, and Medicine in Late Nineteenth-Century France.” In Histories of French Sexuality from the Enlightenment to the Present, edited by Nina Kushner, Andrew Israel Ross, 161-184. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2023. 9781496235497. Jose Lalas (2023). Preface: “How did the writing of this book on critical race theory come about?” In Lalas and Strikwerda (Eds.) Contextualizing Critical Race Theory on Inclusive Education from A Scholar-Practitioner Perspective: Does It Really Matter? United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing.

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Jose Lalas and Heidi Strikwerda (2023). “Race, Racism, and Critical Race Theory.” In Lalas and Strikwerda (Eds.) Contextualizing Critical Race Theory on Inclusive Education from A Scholar-Practitioner Perspective: Does It Really Matter? United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing. April Clay and Jose Lalas (2023). “Critical Race Theory Lens: Revealing the Outcast Phenomenon Experience Through the Voices of African-American Graduate Students.” In Lalas and Strikwerda (Eds.). Contextualizing Critical Race Theory on Inclusive Education from A Scholar-Practitioner Perspective: Does It Really Matter? United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing. Jose Lalas and Heidi Strikwerda (2023). “CRT Matters: Here, There, and Everywhere.” In Lalas and Strikwerda (Eds.). Contextualizing Critical Race Theory on Inclusive Education from A Scholar-Practitioner Perspective: Does It Really Matter? United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing. Oster, Sharon B. “Emma Lazarus’s Cosmopolitanism.” In American Literature in Transition, Volume 4: The Long Nineteenth Century, 1876-1910, edited by Lindsay V. Reckson, 299-323. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022. 9781108763714. Oster, Sharon B. “Cartographies of Suffering: Mapping Holocaust Memory.” In Critical Memory Studies: New Approaches, edited by Brett Ashley Kaplan, 347-364. London: Bloomsbury, 2023. 9781350230118. Ocker, Christopher. “Prayer Literature and the History of Prayer: Material Conditions and Subjectivities.” In Prayer Books and Piety in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe / Gebetbücher und Frömmigkeit in Spätmittelalter und Früher Neuzeit, edited by Maria Crăcium, Volker Leppin, 347-358. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 2023. 978-3-52557345-7. Ocker, Christopher. “The Ecology of Desire: Pierre d’Ailly’s Commentary on the Fourth Chapter of the Song of Songs.” In The Song of Songs Through the Ages Essays on the Song’s Reception History in Different Times, Contexts, and Genres, edited by Annette Schellenberg, 241-262. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2023. 9783110750799. Salmon, Catherine, and J. A. Hehman. “Parent-offspring conflict.” In Cambridge Handbook of Evolutionary Perspectives on Sexual Psychology, edited by T Shackelford, 160-181. Cambridge University Press, 2022. Salmon, Catherine, and R. Burch. “Popular Culture and Human Mating: Artifacts of Desire.” In Oxford Handbook of Human Mating, edited by D. Buss, P. Durkee, 796-813. Oxford University Press, 2023. 9780197536438.

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Kuncl, Ralph W. Pomes: Writing Like There’s No Tomorrow (Collected Poetry of Douglas Lowry). Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2023.

Goodyear, Rodney. Shaping the Practice of Psychotherapy: International Perspectives from two Visionaries, Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy, recorded 2023, MP4.

Lai, Tammy. Nobody Told Me That the Road Would Be Easy: Devotions for People Working for Justice and Peace. 2023.


Jose Lalas & Heidi Strikwerda. Contextualizing Critical Race Theory on Inclusive Education from A Scholar-Practitioner Perspective: Does It Really Matter? Wellington Street, Leeds LS1 4DL United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing, 2023. Ocker, Christopher, Christoph Markschiess, and Christian Albrecht. Arbeiten zur Kirchengeschichte. Berlin: De Grutyter, 2023. Ocker, Christopher. Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2023. Ocker, Christopher, Jorunn Oekland, Fiona C. Black, Kraemer David, and Katherine Marsengill. Journal for the Bible and Its Reception. Berlin: De Grutyer, 2023. Pick, James B., Senior Editor. Information Technology for Development, 2023. Salmon, Catherine. Journal Editor. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences.

EXHIBITION Galloway, Munro. Solo exhibition, and publication, “Deux-pièces” at the gallery Le Passage, Paris FR, June 2023 Galloway, Munro. Two-person exhibition and publication, “Bookends” at Basket Books & Art, Houston, TX, October-November 2023. Norton, Trevor. Old Globe Gala scenic and lighting design, exhibited at Old Globe Gala, San Diego, CA, 2022. Norton, Trevor. Old Globe Gala scenic and lighting design, exhibited at Old Globe Gala, San Diego, CA, 2023.

DeWeerd, Alan J., and Eric Hill. “Conservation of Angular Momentum with Slightly Modified Commercial Apparatuses.” The Physics Teacher. 81, 680681. (doi: 10.1119/5.0108491) (2023). Joann Chongsaritsinsuk, Alexandra D. Steigmeyer, Keira E. Mahoney, Mia A. Rosenfeld, Taryn M. Lucas, Courtney M. Smith, Alice Li, Deniz Ince, Fiona L. Kearns, Alexandria S. Battison, Marie A. Hollenhorst, D. Judy Shon, Katherine H. Tiemeyer, Victor Attah, Catherine Kwon, Carolyn R. Bertozzi, Michael J. Ferracane, Mark A. Lemmon, Rommie E. Amaro & Stacy A. Malaker. “Glycoproteomic landscape and structural dynamics of TIM family immune checkpoints enabled by mucinase SmE.” Nature Communications. 14, 6169-. (doi: 10.1038/s41467-023-41756-y) (2023). Kayvon Pedram, D. Judy Shon, Gabrielle S. Tender, Natalia R. Mantuano, Jason J. Northey, Kevin J. Metcalf, Simon P. Wisnovsky, Nicholas M. Riley, Giovanni C. Forcina, Stacy A. Malaker, Angel Kuo, Benson M. George, Caitlyn L. Miller, Kerriann M. Casey, José G. Vilches-Moure, Michael J. Ferracane, Valerie M. Weaver, Heinz Läubli & Carolyn R. Bertozzi. “Design of a mucin-selective protease for targeted degradation of cancer-associated mucins.” Nature Biotechnology. (doi: 10.1038/s41587-023-01840-6) (2023). Goodyear, Rodney K., Changming Duan, Carol Falender, Xiubin Lin, Xiaoming Jia, Guangrong Jiang, and Mingyi Qian. “A collaboration to develop Chinese supervision capacity: The professional context, the model, and lessons learned.” The Clinical Supervisor. 42, 3-25. (doi: 07325223.2022.2132338) (2023). McKenzie, Zeko, Mark P. Kumler, Ruijin Ma, Kim Williams, and William K. Hayes. “Eyes from the sky: Application of satellite-based indices to assess vegetation casualty on Grand Bahama Island one year postHurricane Dorian.” Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment. 32, 1-19. (doi: 10.1016/j.rsase.2023.101044) (2023).

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Journal Article, Encyclopedia, or Literary Contribution continued Thompkins, F., P. Goldblum, T. Lai, J. Reynolds, R. Lachter, and L. Brown. “Using Cross-Cultural Collaboration to Establish a Working Coalition for An Equitable COVID-19 Vaccine Program.” Journal of Humanistic Psychology. (doi: (2023).

Henderson, Emily F., and Pauline J. Reynolds. “Mobile, hierarchical, normative, decadent and conflict prone: Understanding academia through fictional conferences.” Higher Education. 85, 1201-1218. (doi: (2023).

Horton, RaMonda, Maria L. Munoz, Reehm Khamis, Ben Munson, Betty Yu, Valerie Johnson, and Yvette Hyter. “Outsider Within: Lessons Learned about Racism, SLHS, and Critical Scholarship.” Journal of Critical Study of Communication and Disability. 1, 69-87. (doi: 10.48516/jcscd_2023vol1iss1.14) (2023).

Clark, Cory, and Catherine Salmon. “Prosocial motives underlie scientific censorship by scientists: A perspective and research agenda.” PNAS. 120, (doi: (2023).

Munoz, Maria L., RaMonda Horton, and Valerie Johnson. “The Mentoring Experience of Faculty of Color in Communication Sciences and Disorders.” Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups. 8, 712-728. (doi: 10.1044/2023_PERSP-22-00172) (2023). Nelson, Jennifer. “Feminism, Human Rights, and Abortion Debates in Mexico.” Journal of Women’s History. 34, 119-140. (doi: https://doi. org/10.1353/jowh.2022.016) (2022). Arthun*, Jocelyn, Sebastian Aldaz*, Pete Hayes*, John S. Roberts*, and Lisa E. Olson. “Volume of the thalamus and hypothalamus in the Ts1Rhr and Ms1Rhr mouse models relevant to Down syndrome.” Micropublication Biology. (doi: 10.17912/micropub.biology.000981) (2023). Oster, Sharon B. “A Specter Haunting Holocaust Studies: The Muselmann.” Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies. Volume 41, Number 1, 225-232. (doi: (2023). Avijit, Sarkar, and James B. Pick. “Multivariate and Geospatial Analysis of Technology Utilization in US Counties.” Telecommunications Policy. 47(7), edited by Jessica Rosales, 1-19. (doi: telpol.2023.102572) (2023). Randolph, Scott E. “The New Haven Railroad vs. the American Railway Association.” Railroad History. 229, 20-43. (2023). Ren, Ning, Bill Francis, and Qiang Wu. “The Competitive effect of IPOs on Industry Peers’ Finance Contracting: Evidence from Bank Loans.” Review of Business. 42(2), 50-75. (2022). Wu, Qiang, Ning Ren, Bill Francis, and Xian Sun. “Do Better Managers Get Better Loan Contracts?” Abacus. (Revision 2023) Reynolds, Pauline J., and Emily F. Henderson. “Gender and the symbolic power of academic conferences in fictional texts.” Higher Education Research and Development. 42:3, 728-741. (doi: 7294360.2022.2089097) (2023). 6 |

Salmon, C., and J. A. Hehman. “The importance of ecological validity, ultimate causation, and natural categories.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 45, E92. (doi: doi:10.1017/S0140525X21000741) (2022). Salmon, C., and R. Burch. “The call of the final frontier?” Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 45, E295. (doi: 10.1017/S0140525X21002247) (2022). Figueredo, A.J., T. Cabeza de Baca, C. Salmon, and V. Sevillano. “The Influence of Individual Differences and Local Ecological Conditions on Emotional Empathy, Cognitive Empathy, and Harm Avoidance towards Nonhuman Animals.” Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin. (doi: doi. org/10.1079/hai.2022.0021) (2022). Salmon, C., J. A. Hehman, and A. J. Figueredo. “Pornography’s ubiquitous external ejaculation: Predictors of perceptions.” Archives of Sexual Behavior. 52, 431-442. (doi: 10.1007/s10508-022-02426-0) (2023). Peñaherrera-Aguirre, M., A. J. Figueredo, N. Steklis, and C. Salmon. “The role of cross-species relative brain size variation and time since domestication in explaining human empathy towards domesticated mammals.” Personality and Individual Differences. 200, 111914-. (doi: (2023). Kruger, D., M. Fisher, and C. Salmon. “What do evolutionary researchers believe about human psychology and behavior?” Evolution and Human Behavior. 44, 11-18. (doi: (2023) Hehman, J. A., R. Burch, and C. Salmon. “Sibling Conflict and Closeness: The Effects of Sex, Number of Siblings, Relatedness, Parental Resemblance and Investment.” Evolutionary Psychological Science. 9, 224-235. (doi: 10.1007/s40806-022-00353-w) (2023). Figueredo, A. J., M. Peñaherrera-Aguirre, N. Steklis, and C. Salmon. “The relation of clade-specific biophilia to the construct of animality.” Evolutionary Psychological Science. (doi: 10.1007/s40806-023-00360-5) (2023).

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Journal Article, Encyclopedia, or Literary Contribution continued Peñaherrera-Aguirre, M., M. Sarraf, D. Kruger, and C. Salmon. “Soft Core Evolutionary Psychology? Potential Evidence Against a Unified Research Program from a Survey of 581 Evolutionarily Informed Scholars.” Evolutionary Psychologyical Science. (doi: s40806-023-00370-3) (2023).

PERFORMANCE OR READING Bjork, Mikela K., How We Met. Brooklyn Film and Arts Festival, Zoom, 2022, Brooklyn, NY.


Varella, M., A. Pinto, B. Pawlowski, J. Valentova, and Salmon, C. “A 150 years’ celebration of Darwin’s book on human evolution and sexual selection: its legacy and future prospects.” Frontiers in Psychology. 14, 1217889. (2023).

Bjork, Mikela K., “Mother: A Kwansaba.” Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine, Ed. Davies, USA, 2021.

Ramakrishna, Hindupur, Avijit Sarkar, and Bindiganavale Vijayaraman. “Development of an Introductory MBA Course in Business Analytics Using Data-Driven Decision-Making (DDDM) Model.” Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice. 22(12), 181-197. (doi: v23i12) (2022).

Bjork, Mikela K., “Defrosting.” The Bombay Literary Magazine, Ed. Bjork, New Delhi, India, 2023.

Sarkar, Avijit, James B. Pick, and Jessica Rosales. “Multivariate and geospatial analysis of technology utilization in US counties.” Telecommunications Policy. 47(7), (doi: telpol.2023.102572) (2023). Ramakrishna, Hindupur, Avijit Sarkar, and Bindiganavale Vijayaraman. “Case: CoffeePlus.” Journal of Business Cases and Applications. 39, 1-31. (2023). Shin, Sujin, Andrea Warner-Czyz, Ann Geers, and William F Katz. “Speaking Rate, Immediate Memory, and Grammatical Processing in Prelingual Cochlear Implant Recipients.” Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 65 (12), 4637-4651. (doi: JSLHR-22-00163) (2022). Glover, Rowan, and David Soulsby. “One-pot Dess-Martin periodinanemediated oxidative deprotection and olefination of trimethylsilylprotected pyranosides and pyranoses.” Carbohydrate Research. 532, 108904-108912. (doi: 10.1016/ j.carres.2023.108904) (2023). Van Vechten, Renée B. “California’s 2021 Gubernatorial Recall: Field Notes.” State and Local Government Review. 55 (2), 153-169. (2023). Dunlap, Madison M., Christina R. Casey, and Dustin R. VanOverbeke. “Adding scent: exploring improvements in pan trapping to monitor pollinators.” Frontiers in Bee Science. 1:1274989, edited by Daniel de Paiva Silva, (doi: doi: 10.3389/frbee.2023.1274989) (2023). 8 |

Bjork, Mikela K., “Puking, an exorcism.” The Bombay Literary Magazine, Ed. Bjork, New Delhi, India, 2023.

Bjork, Mikela K., “Cul de Sac.” The Bombay Literary Magazine, New Delhi, India, 2023.

SPONSORED RESEARCH King, Heather, Sowing the Humanities. 59,680. National Endowment for the Humanities. 2023. Pick, James B., Comparing Digital Divides: US, Mexico, and India in the Covid Era. 6,000. Franklin Research, American Philosophical Society. 2023. Pick, James B., and Avijit Sarkar, Geographical Mapping and Analysis of Purposeful Broadband Use in the United States in the 2020s. $41,992. Comcast Inc. 2023.

STORYMAP Tilton, Jennifer. “Building a Movement on San Bernardino’s Westside.” 2022. Tilton, Jennifer. “Color lines in San Bernardino: Mapping Housing Segregation on San Bernardino’s Westside.” 2023. Zias-Roe, Shellie, and Lisa Benvenuti. “University of Redlands Haiku Hike.” 2023. 2c0406af70.

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