USC Upstate Faulty Focus

Tyrone Toland’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 10:30 am

Toland, T. “Simple XML Messaging Framework,” In Proceedings of the 48th Annual Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Southeast Conference, Oxford, Mississippi, 81– 87, April 15 – 17, 2010.

Toland, T. “A Simple XML Messaging Framework for Instruction,” Poster Session: 2010 NSF Minority Faculty Development Workshop, Cambridge, Massachusetts, March 21 – 24, 2010.

Ron Fulbright’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 10:26 am

Fulbright, R. “Adding Innovation to the Spiral Software Development Model,” Presented at the Seventh Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium, Spartanburg, SC, April 2011.

Fulbright, R. “Virtual World-based TRIZ Project Room,” University Center of Greenville, Grant, $2,900.

Fulbright, R. “Immersive Innovation: Exploring the Use of 3-Dimensional Problem Formulator Diagrams for Innovative Problem Solving,” University Center of Greenville, Grant, $3,000.

Bolt, K., Ernst, C., and Fulbright, R. “Innovation with I-TRIZ in a 3D Virtual World,” USC Upstate Undergraduate Research Journal, 24-35, Fall 2010.

Steven Yates’ Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 10:23 am

Yates, S. “Brian Eno’s Music / Art & the Anti-Essentialist Rebellion,” Presented at Culturing the Popular, Converse College, Spartanburg, South Carolina, September 24, 2010.

Trevor Rubenzer’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 10:22 am

Rubenzer, T. “Campaign Contributions and U.S. Foreign Policy Outcomes: An Analysis of Cuban-American Interests,” American Journal of Political Science, 55(1), 2011.

Rubenzer, T. “Prudent Lies: Testing the Implications of the Almond Lippmann Consensus on Politicians’ Honesty,” Paper presented at the International Studies Association Regional Conference, Elon, NC, 2011.

Rubenzer, T., and Redd, S. “Ethnic Minority Groups and US Foreign Policy: Examining Congressional Decision Making and Economic Sanctions,” International Studies Quarterly, 54(3), 755-777, 2010.

Allison Clark Pingley’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 10:19 am

Clark Pingley, A., and Randolph, D. “Race to the Front: Frontloading and Voter Turnout,” USC Upstate Undergraduate Research Journal, 15-23, Fall 2010.

Andrew Myers’ Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 10:12 am

Myers, A. “An American Professor with the Iraqi Army,” in Douglas Higbee, ed., Military Culture and Education, Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2010.

Myers, A. Review of Robert F. Jefferson, “Fighting for Hope: African-American Troops of the 93rd Division in World War II and Post-War America,” in International Social Science Review, 85(1 & 2), Spring/Summer 2010.

Myers, A. “0332 MiTT—Hoplite,” in Voris W. McBurnette, ed., The 108th Training Command: A History Embracing Innovation & Shaping the Future, Washington: Government Printing Office, 2010.

Carol Loar’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 9:46 am

Loar, C. “Murder Takes the Angel Shape of Justice: Rape, Reputation and Retribution in late Nineteenth-century Spartanburg,” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the South Carolina Historical Association, March 2011.

Loar, C. “‘A Little Learning is a Dangerous Thing’: Attitudes Towards Popular Literacy in Early Modern England,” In Proceedings of the SC Historical Association, 67-78, February 2010.

Loar, C. “‘Under Felt Hats and Worsted Stockings’: the Uses of Conscience in Early Modern English Coroners’ Inquests,” Sixteenth Century Journal, XLI, 2, 393-414, Summer 2010.

Loar, C. “Medical Knowledge and the Early Modern English Coroner’s Inquest,” Social History of Medicine, 23(3), 492-508, 2010.

Qiliang He’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 9:43 am

He, Q. “Scandal and the New Woman: Identities and Mass Culture in 1920s China,” Studies on Asia, Series IV, 1(1), 1-28, Fall 2010.

He, Q. “Between Business and Bureaucrats: Pingtan Storytelling in Maoist and Post-Maoist China,” Modern China, 36(3), 243–268, May 2010.

He, Q. “Spectacular Death: Sheng Xuanhuai’s Funeral Parade in 1917,” Shanghai: The Global City Aspiration and the Transformation of the Everyday, Shanghai, China, June 2010.

He, Q. “The Economics of Cultural Reforms: Chen Yun and Pingtan Storytelling in the People’s Republic of China,” Presented at the Annual Meeting of Association of Asian Studies, Philadelphia, March 2010.

Carmen Harris’ Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 9:37 am

Associate Professor Carmen Harris, History, served as exhibit judge for National History Day at Sterling School in Greenville, S.C. on Feb. 3, 2012.

Associate Professor Carmen Harris, History, read the paper “I ain’t taking my name off the list until Thurgood Marshall comes down here and tells me”: Rural Afro-South Carolinians and the Fight against Massive Resistance, at the Southern Rural Sociological Association Conference in Birmingham, Ala. on Feb 6, 2012.

Harris, C. Review of “I Belong to South Carolina: South Carolina Slave Narratives,” The Florida Historical Quarterly, 90(1), 89-92, Summer 2011.

Harris, C. “Promoting Student Research through Authentic Historical Pedagogy,” Presented at the Seventh Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium, Spartanburg, SC, April 2011.

Moore-Snipes, J., and Harris, C. “From Africa’s ‘Happy Seat’: Phyllis Wheatley, Poet,” Presented at the Seventh Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium, Spartanburg, SC, April 2011.

Neeley, W., and Harris, C. “The Mother of Freedom: Elizabeth Freeman,” Presented at the Seventh Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium, Spartanburg, SC, April 2011.

Willard, D. L., Neeley, W., and Harris, C. “1855 Massachusetts State Law Ends Racially Segregated Public Education,” Presented at the Seventh Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium, Spartanburg, SC, April 2011.

Louzri, M., and Harris, C. “’You have libeled my state, and slandered my relation, … and I feel it to be my duty to punish you for it’: The Sumner-Brooks Affair of 1856,” Presented at the Seventh Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium, Spartanburg, SC, April 2011.

Harris, C. “‘Ain’t I a Woman’?: A Historical Dissection of the African American Female Experience,” for USC-Upstate Preface Program, 2010.

Harris, C. “Living at Home: Rural Afro-South Carolinians and the Quest for Economic and Social Justice,” Presented at the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, 2010.

Harris, C. “Still Eating in the Kitchen: The Marginalization of African American Faculty in Majority-White Academic Governance,” Presented at the American Association of University Professors Conference on Academic Governance, 2010.

Harris, C. “I Belong to South Carolina,” Invited Book Review, University Press of Florida, 2010.

David Damrel’s Scholarly Pursuits

May 17, 2011 at 9:29 am

Damrel, D. “Latino/a Muslim Americans,” Encyclopedia of Muslim American History, Eds. Edward V. Curtis, IV, New York: Facts On File, Inc. 2010.

Damrel, D. “Conversion, Reversion, and Borderlands: Islam among U.S. Latinas & Latinos,” Presented at the American Academy of Religion Southeast Regional Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, March 5-7, 2010.