Jonathan Allen (Political Science) published “What’s the Matter with Monism?” in Review of International Social and Political Philosophy. It follows a discussion of the concept of positive liberty, that there are non-coercive monisms, and identifies a “monistic continuum.”
An article by Donald Dreisbach (Philosophy) titled "Will to Power vs. Agape" appeared in the Internationales Jahrbuch für die Tillich-Forschung (International Yearbook for Tillich Research). It is edited by Christian Danz of Austria and Werner Schüssler and Erdmann Sturm, both of Germany.
Adriana Greci Green's (Center for Native American Studies) book review of Mediating Knowledges: Origins of a Zuni Tribal Museum by Gwyneira Isaac was published in the Journal of Anthropological Research 65(1):154-156.
Robert Mosey (Chemistry) wrote a piece titled “New Synthetic Route to Access (+/-) Safinosporamide A Via an Oxazolone Mediated Ene-Type Reaction.” It appears in Tetrahedron Letters, a weekly journal that covers developments in organic chemistry from all over the world.
Donald Rybacki and Karyn Rybacki (Communication and Performance Studies) wrote a chapter titled “Rhetorical Exigency, Strategy, and Argumentation” for the book, 21st Century Communication: A Reference Handbook.
Karin Stulz (Business) co-wrote a book with University of North Texas professor Patsy Fulton-Calkins titled, Procedures and Theory for Administrative Professionals. Included with the text is an applications workbook.