Work of Penn State Brandywine faculty members published

Penn State Brandywine professors are getting published in publications that span genres as well as academic divisions.

Ethnomusicologist Paul Greene, associate professor of integrative arts, has been published in a variety of places. Greene’s "Musical media and cosmopolitanisms in Nepal’s popular music, 1950-2006,” is a chapter in "South Asian Media Cultures" published by Anthem Press.

Assistant Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences Thomas J. Yannuzzi co-wrote a chapter in "Interdisciplinary models and tools for serious games: Emerging concepts and future directions" by R. Van Eck (Ed.) titled “Serious games for transformative learning: A communication perspective on the radical binarisation of everyday life.”

Associate Professor of Mathematics Alan Horwitz recently published an article titled “Ellipses of minimal area and of minimal eccentricity circumscribed about a convex quadrilateral,” in the "Australian Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications," Volume 7, Issue 1, Article 8.

Tia Eunsun Kim, assistant professor of human development and family studies, shared her wisdom in "The International Handbook of School Bullying" with a collaborative chapter on “Variability in the prevalence of bullying and victimization: A cross-national and methodological analysis,” published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

 

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Last Updated August 12, 2011