Elaine Craddock, professor of religion, published an article titled “The Half Male, Half Female Servants of the Goddess Aṅkāḷaparamēcuvari” in the December 2012 issue of Nidān: Journal for the Study of Hinduism.
Alison Marr, associate professor of mathematics, co-authored an article titled “Minimal Pancyclic Graphs” that appeared in a recent issue of the Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing.
Brenda Sendejo, assistant professor of anthropology, presented a paper titled “Activist Pedagogies as Resistance: Promoting Social Change from the Borderlands of Chicana/o Studies and Anthropology” at the National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies annual conference in San Antonio March 20-23.
Michael Cooper, professor of music and holder of the Margarett Root Brown Chair in Fine Arts, has completed work on the Historical Dictionary of Romantic Music. The book will be published this fall by Scarecrow Press as part of their series titled Historical Dictionaries of Literature and the Arts.
Patricia Schiaffini, instructor of Chinese, delivered a paper titled “The Language Debate in Sinophone Tibetan Literature: Cultural Authenticity, Audience, and Representation” at a roundtable on “Critical Conversations in Sinophone Studies” at the Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies in San Diego March 21-24.