2012 Faculty Presentations & Publications
|Faculty Presentations & Publications Archive|
Michael Davis, Professor of Philosophy "'Ain't No One Here But Us Social Forces': Constructing the Professional Responsibility of Engineers", Science and Engineering Ethics 18 (Winter 2012): 13-34.
"Imaginary Cases in Ethics: A Critique", International Journal of Applied Philosophy 26 (Spring 2012): 1-17.
with M. Keefer "Curricular Design, Instruction, and Assessment in Professional Ethics Education: Some Practical Advice" Teaching Ethics 12 (forthcoming, fall 2012).
"Locke on Consent: The Two Treatises as Practical Ethics",Philosophical Quarterly, forthcoming (published online: 27, Jan 2012).
"A Present like Ours: A Refutation of Marquis' Argument against Abortion and a Sketch of a General Theory of Personhood", International Journal of Applied Philosophy (forthcoming, fall 2012).
"Three Nuclear Disasters and a Hurricane: Some Reflections on Engineering Ethics", Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy (forthcoming).
"Recidivist Penalties Revisited", Recidivist Punishments: The Philosopher's View, ed. Claudio Tamburrini and Jesper Ryberg (Rowman & Littlefield, 2012), pp. 23-40.
"Conflict of Interest", Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, 2nd ed, Ruth Chadwick, ed. (Elsevier, 2012): V 1, 571-577.
"Whistleblowing", Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, 2nd ed, Ruth Chadwick, ed. (Elsevier, 2012): V 4, 531-538.
"Conflict of Interest", in Encyclopedia of Management 3nd, v. 2, Cary Cooper , ed. (Wiley, forthcoming).
"Collaborating Across Disciplines", in The SAGE Handbook of Research Management, ed. Robert Dingwall and Mary McDonnell (SAGE, forthcoming).
"Empirical Research on Conflict of Interest: A Critical Look", Conflict of Interest in Global, Public, and Corporate Governance, Anne Peters and Lukas Handschin, editors (Cambridge University Press, 2012), Ch. 3, forthcoming.
"Bounties for Whistleblowers: A Conceptual Problem?" Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Cincinnati, OH, 2 March 2012.
"Three Nuclear Disasters and a Hurricane: Reflections after Fukushima", Annual Meeting, Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Cincinnati, OH, 3 March 2012.
"Ethics Students as Citizen Journalists in Cooperation with Project Censored" (Panel), Annual Meeting, Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Cincinnati, OH, 3 March 2012.
Maureen A. Flanagan, Professor of History Book Review. "The Rights of the Defenseless: Protecting Animals and Children in Gilded Age America," by Susan J. Pearson, in Journal of American History. (2012).
Book Review. "Women Building History: Public Art at the 1893 Columbian Exposition," by Wanda Corn, in the Indiana Magazine of History. (2012).
"The City, Still the Hope of Democracy? from Jane Addams and Mary Parker Follett to the Arab Spring," Presidential Address, Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, Organization of American Historians Conference, April 2012.
"Gender, Economic Imperialism and the Making of Chicago: 1893 into the 1920s," International Conference of American Studies, San Juan, Puerto Rico, November 2012.
"Middle-class Women as Cosmopolitans: London's Octavia Hill, Alexandra College Dublin, and the Chicago Women's City Club in a Transatlantic Era," Urban History Association Conference, New York City, October 2012.
Libby Hemphill, Assistant Professor of Communication and Information Studies with J. Otterbacher, "Learning the Lingo? Gender, Prestige and Linguistic Adaptation in Review Communities. Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Seattle, WA.
With Q. Hu, E. Johnston, R. Krishnamurty and A. Vinze. "Exploring the Role of Computer Simulations in Public Administration Education". Journal of Public Administration Education.2012:18(3).
With Q. Hu, and Johnston, E. "Fostering Cooperative Community Behavior with IT Tools: The Influence of a Designed Deliberative Space on Efforts to Address Collective Challenges." Journal of Community Informatics(forthcoming).
With M.A. Shapiro, H-Y. Yoon and H.W. Park. "Legislators Talking and Walking: A Comparison of Korean and American Social Media Behavior and Voting Patterns". Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Chicago, IL, August 9-12.
With J.Otterbacher and M.A. Shapiro. "Relationships Among Twitter Conversation Networks, Language Use, and Congressional Voting." International Communication Association Conference, Phoenix, AZ, May 24-28.
With M.A. Shapiro, J. Otterbacher, and C. Angderson. "Chicago Politicians on Twitter." Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL, April 12-15.
With M. A. Shapiro and J. Otterbacher. "Doing What I Say: Connecting Congressional Social Media Behavior and Congressional Voting." Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL, April 12-15.
"Politico-Facebook Sentiment Analysis Will Generate 'Bogus' Results, Expert Says", TechPresident, January 13, 2012. By Micah L. Sifry.
"Follow Your Leaders", RedEye, January 9, 2012. By Kalyn Belsha.
Marie Hicks, Assistant Professor of History "The Imitation Game Writ Large: Thinking about gender, labor, and sexuality in making machines useful." Invited lecture at the Turing in Context II Conference, Royal Flemish Academy at the University of Ghent. October 10-12, 2012.
"International Information Identities" Comentator on SIGCIS Panel at the Society for the History of Technology Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark. October 7th, 2012.
"Gendering Technocracy: Labor Shortages and the Development of the Early British Computing Industry, 1944-1970." On panel titled Gendering Technocracy: Labor Shortages and the Development of the Early British Computing Industry, 1944-1970.
Carly Kocurek, Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities and Media Studies "Coin-Operated Americans: Young Manhood and the Video Game Arcade, 1972-1983" (forthcoming book).
"The Agony and the Exidy: A History of Video Game Violence and the Legacy of Death Race" (forthcoming article).
"The Hacker Mystique: Girlishness and Technology in NCIS and Criminal Minds" (forthcoming article).
"Putting Atari to Work," In Media Res, June 25-29, 2012.
"Coin-Drop Capitalism: Economic Lessons from the Video Game Arcade," in Before the Crash: An Anthology of Early Video Game History, ed. Mark J. P. Wolf. Baltimore: Wayne State University Press, 2012.
Article in Encyclopedia of Video Games, editor Mark J.P. Wolfe, Westport, Greenwood Press, 2012. (forthcoming).
Robert Ladenson, Professor of Philosophy "The Judicial Duty of Fidelity to Law: A Gertian Analysis." Invited keynote paper at the memorial symposium for Bernard Gert. Annual Meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics. San Antonio, Texas. March 2013.
Jahna Otterbacher, Assistant Professor of Communication and Information Studies With L. Hemphill. "Is The Crowd Biased? Understanding Group Value Judgments In Open Contribution Systems." In Proceedings of the Workshop on Collective Intelligence as Community Discourse and Action, at the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Seattle, WA, February 2012.
With L. Hemphill. "Learning the Lingo? Gender, Prestige and Linguistic Adaptation in Review Communities." In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Seattle, WA, February 2012.
Margaret Power, Professor of History "Nationalism in a Colonized Nation? The Nationalist Party of Puerto Rico." at the 54th International Congress of Americanists (July 15-22, 2012).
With M. Carey and T. Kelly "Norvelt: Community and Hard Times in Depression Era America," Penn State University Press. (forthcoming).
Warren Schmaus, Professor of Philosophy "Comte's Revolution in Epistemology." Normative Naturalism in Comte's Positive Philosophy. at the 9th International Meeting of HOPOS. Halifax, Nova Scotia. June 21, 2012.
"Renouvier's Political Philosophy of Science" (forthcoming book).
With M. Pickering and M. Bourdeau. "Auguste Comte: The Rise of Positivism." University of Chicago Press. (forthcoming).