Faculty, Staff and Student Publications: E-F

List of the published work of the faculty, staff, and students of Transylvania University.

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England, R. "Standard MIDI File Production as the Focus of a Broad Computer Science Course," The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges. Vol.32.5, May 2017. pp.4-10.

England, R. “A Multilevel Symbolic Music Alignment Algorithm” Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, New York City, June 2010.

England, R. “The PNTFS File System in the Moses2 Operating System Environment Simulator Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, Vol.25:5, May 2010.

England, R. “Teaching Principles of Shared Resource Management with the Moses2 Microcomputer Operating System EnvironmentJournal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, Vol.21:5, May 2006.

England, R. “Teaching Concepts of Virtual Memory with the Moses2 Microcomputer Operating System Environment SimulatorJournal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, Vol.20:6, June 2005.

England, R. “Freedom within Structural Constraints in the DarkRide Composition Harrican Day” Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Barcelona, Spain, September 2005.

England, R. “The Virtual Machine and User Process Model used in Moses2: A Microcomputer Operating System Environment SimulatorJournal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, Vol.17:2, December 2001.

Erfani, G. Rod, "Airport Performance and Ownership Structure: Evidence from the United Kingdom, United States, and Latin America," Journal of Aviation Technology and Engineering.  Vol 4.1, 2014.

Evans, A., Suklun. H. (2016) Working with strangers: Intercultural communication
(WIP – Under Revision by Southern Business Association).

Fitz, L., Evans, A. (2016). Wake me. Hit Mania – Sound Management Corporation [Digital CD]. Biblioteca Italiano di Ricordi.

Evans, A., Blevins, K. (2015). Emerging professionals: The benefits of experiential education.
(In Publication).

Evans, A. (2011). God will know my name. Unnamed Album [CD]. Library of Congress.

Evans, A. (2010). 5 ways to incorporate non-western learning in the classroom. The Chronicle of Higher Education, (8), 2010.

Pinsky, R., Dietz, M., Evans, A. (2000). Americans’ favorite poems: the favorite poem project anthology. p. 185.

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Fojtova, Simona. “Contested Feminism: The East/West Feminist Encounters in the 1990s,” in Czech Feminisms: Perspectives on Gender in East Central Europe, edited by PhDr. Jiřina Šiklová, CSc, and Iveta Jusová. Indiana University Press, 2016.
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Fojtova, Simona. “Sex Work, Migration, and Law: La Strada and Human Trafficking in the Czech Republic,” in Czech Feminisms: Perspectives on Gender in East Central Europe, edited by PhDr. Jiřina Šiklová, CSc, and Iveta Jusová, PhD. Indiana University Press, 2016.
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Fojtova, Simona.Vera Eliasova, and Martina Horakova. "Anglicist Women's and Gender Studies in the Czech Republic: An Uncertain Discipline." IN: Rewriting Academia: The Development of the Anglicist Women's and Gender Studies of Continental Europe. Peter Lang: New York. 2015.
HQ1186.E85 R49 2015

Fojtova, Simona. “Czech Lesbian Activism: Lesbian Families as a Challenge to Patriarchal Motherhood.” Journal of Lesbian Studies 15:3 (2011): 356-383.

Fojtova, Simona. “The Body in Motion: Communism and Epistemology in Iva Pekárková’s Truck Stop Rainbows.” Aspasia 3:1 (2009): The Gender History of Everyday Life (an international, peer-reviewed yearbook): 161-188.

Upchurch, Meg, and Fojtová Simona. "Women in the Brain: A History of Glial Cell Metaphors." NWSA Journal 21.2 (2009): 1-20. Web.

Fojtova, Simona. “Feminist Encounters of the Third Kind: Where First World Feminism Meets Second World Activism.” Presentations of the 29th Annual SW/Texas Regional Meeting of the Popular Culture and American Culture Association: Gender. Ed. Gypsey Elaine Teague. 187 – 199. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009.

Fojtova, Simona. “‘My Own Pain is Very Small if You Look at the Whole Big World:’ An Interview with Iva Pekárková,” co-authored with Dr. Věra Eliášová, Contemporary Literature  47:2 (Summer 2006): 155-169.

Fojtova, Simona. “Forging the Discursive Presence in Gerald Vizenor’s Manifest Manners: Postindian Warriors of Survivance.” Paradoxa 6:15 (2001): 86-97. Issue called “Native American Literature: Boundaries and Sovereignties.”

Fortner, M. (2012). Widening the lens on the discussion of race and marriage: Introduction to book reviews of Is Marriage for White People, by Ralph Richard Banks. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 12(4), 354-355.

Fortner, M. R. (2009). "Book review: Parenting in the 21st Century." Journal of Marriage and Family, 71(4), 1104 - 1106.

Crouter, A. C., Davis, K. D., Updegraff, K., Delgado, M., & Fortner, M. R. (2006). "Mexican-American fathers’ occupational conditions: Links to family members’ psychological adjustment." Journal of Marriage and Family, 68.4, 843-858. [Nominee, Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research.]

Fortner, M. R., Crouter, A. C., & McHale, S. M. (2004). "Is parents’ work involvement responsive to the quality of relationships with adolescent offspring?" Journal of Family Psychology, 18.3, 530-538.

Crouter, A.C., Tucker, C. J., Head (a.k.a. Fortner), M. R., & McHale, S. M. (2004). "Family time and the psychosocial adjustment of adolescent siblings and their parents." Journal of Marriage and the Family, 66.1, 147-162.

Fosl, Peter. “‘You Don’t Know Who You Are’: Imagining the Self in the Films of Christopher Nolan,” in The Philosophy of Christopher Nolan, edited by George Dunn and Jason Eberl (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 2017).
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Fosl, Peter. in translation: The Philosopher’s Toolkit was issued as 简单的哲学, translation through Renmin University Press. Beijing: Cheers Publishing, 2017.

Fosl, Peter. co-author with Galen Foresman & Jamie Watson, The Critical Thinking Toolkit (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016).
BC177 .F67 2016

Fosl, Peter. “Style in Teaching Philosophy,” in Peter S. Fosl, Michael McGandy & Mark Moorman, eds., Commonplace Commitments: Thinking through the Legacy of Joseph P. Fell (Baltimore/Lewisburg: Rowan-Littlefield/Bucknell University Press, 2016), 31-42.
BD41 .C66 2016

Fosl, Peter. “Placing Common Life,” in Peter S. Fosl, Michael McGandy & Mark Moorman, eds., Commonplace Commitments: Thinking through the Legacy of Joseph P. Fell (Baltimore/Lewisburg: Rowan-Littlefield/Bucknell University Press, 2016), 87-104.
BD41 .C66 2016

Fosl, Peter. Commonplace Commitments: Thinking through the Legacy of Joseph P. Fell.  Bucknell University Press. 2016.
BD41 .C66 2016

Fosl, Peter. The Many Voices of Interdisciplinarity,” preface to the special article collection in Cogent Arts & Humanities 3: 1164949 (April 2016).

Fosl, Peter. “Scepticism and Naturalism in Cavell and Hume,” in Stanley Cavell and Skepticism, a special issue of the International Journal for the Study of Skepticism 5.1 (2015): 29-54; edited by Duncan Pritchard and Diego Machuca for the series, Brill Studies in Skepticism (Leiden: Brill).

Fosl, Peter. “Motherhood and Apple Pie,” in Justified and Philosophy, edited by Robert Arp (Chicago: Open Court, 2015) 171-92.

Fosl, Peter. "Cavell and Hume on Skepticism, Natural Doubt, and the Recovery of the Ordinary," Conversations: The Journal of Cavell Studies. No. 3. 2015.  32-48.

Foresman, Galen A., Peter Fosl & Jamie Watson. The Critical Thinking Toolkit. Hoboken: Wiley, 2016.
BC177 .F67 2016

Fosl, Peter. “Sons of History: How SAMCRO Lost and then Found its Way,” in Sons of Anarchy and Philosophy, edited by George Dunn and Jason Eberl (Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013), 189-200.
PN1992.77.S63944 S66 2013

Fosl, Peter. “Anarchy and Authenticity: Why SAMCRO Shouldn’t Fight History,” in Sons of Anarchy and Philosophy, edited by George Dunn and Jason Eberl (Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013), 201-13.
PN1992.77.S63944 S66 2013

Fosl, Peter. “Habit, Custom, History, and Hume’s Critical Philosophy” in A History of Habit: From Aristotle to Bourdieu, edited by Tom Sparrow and Adam Hutchinson (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2013), 133-51.
Also published in Studies in Early Modern Philosophy, Volume 7, David Hume on His 300th Birthday, edited by Stanley Tweyman (Ann Arbor, MI: Caravan Books, 2013).
B105.H32 H57 2013

Fosl, Peter.  "Skepticism and the Possibility of Nature." p145-70. In: Pyrrhonism in Ancient, Modern, and Contemporary Philosophy. Machuca, Diego E. (Ed.). Springer: 2012.
B525 .P97 2011

Fosl, Peter. Editor, The Big Lebowski and Philosophy (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012)
PN1997.B444 B54 2012

Fosl, Peter &  Evan Brown, “Bowling, Despair, and American Nihilism,” in The Big Lebowski and Philosophy (Malden, MA: Wiley, 2012), 147-58.
PN1997.B444 B54 2012

Fosl, Peter. “American Despair in an Age of Hope” Salmagundi 1176 (2012): 99-126.

Fosl, Peter. Entries on: Joseph Buchanan, Daniel Drake,Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, Scepticism. In: Spencer, Mark G. The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of the American Enlightenment. New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2015.
E162 .E53 2015

Fosl, Peter. entries in Alexander George with Elisa Mai, eds., What Should I Do? (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011): sado-masochism (pp. 19-20), sincerity (p. 36), death (pp. 48-49); medical ethics (pp. 65-66); duties to others (pp. 91-92); animal ethics (pp. 106-07); law and religion (pp. 112-14). ISBN: 978-0199586127.
BJ1031 .W42 2011

Philosophy : the classic readings / edited by David E. Cooper and Peter S. Fosl. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, Ltd., 2010.
B72 .P485 2010

Fosl, Peter. “Skepticism and Naturalism in Hume,” in Skepticism, volume 5 of Topics in Contemporary Philosophy, edited by Joseph Keim Campbell and Michael O’Rourke (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2010), 301-32.

Fosl, Peter. “Joseph Buchanan: American Psychologist,” Transylvania Treasures 2.2 (Summer, 2009), 10-11.

Fosl, Peter & Eli Fosl. “Vampire Dämmerung: What Can Twilight Tell Us about God?” in Housel, Rebecca, and Jeremy Wisnewski. Twilight and Philosophy: Vampires, Vegetarians, and the Pursuit of Immortality. Hoboken, N.J: John Wiley & Sons, 2009., 63-78.
PS3613.E979 Z89 2009

Fosl, Peter. “Should John Connor Save the World?” in The Terminator and Philosophy, edited by Richard Brown (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2009), 218-35.

Fosl, Peter. “Show Me the Money.”  Forum on “Secrets of Philosophy” in The Philosophers’ Magazine 44 (1st Quarter 2009), 81-82.

Fosl, Peter. “Are the Heroes Really Good?” in Heroes and Philosophy, edited by David Johnson (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2008).

The ethics toolkit : a compendium of ethical concepts and methods / Julian Baggini and Peter S. Fosl.  Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Ltd., 2007. Translated into Japanese Polish & Korean.
BJ1012 .B33 2007

Fosl, Peter. “Philosophy and Rock and Roll” in Meϕisto 1.2 (October 2007), 4-5. A publication of the Universidad de Madrid.

Fosl, Peter. “Richard Rorty.” [in memoriam] The Philosophers’ Magazine 39 (Fall 2007), 6-8.

Fosl, Peter. “Friends and Enemies in the State of Nature: The Absence of Hobbes and the Presence of Schmitt,” in Lost and Philosophy, edited by Sharon Kaye (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2007), 159-76. (pp. 164-86 in 2nd ed. 2011).

Fosl, Peter. Four entries (on war, race, death, and medical ethics) in, What Would Socrates Say? Philosophers Answer Your Questions About Love, Nothingness, and Everything Else, edited by Alexander George (New York: Clarkson Potter, 2007), pp. 100-02, 116-17, 150-51, 210-11; ISBN 978-307-35127-2. Also published as I Am, Therefore I Think: Philosophers Answer Your Questions about Love, Nothingness, and Everything Else, edited by Alexander George (London: Sceptre, 2007), 108-11, 123-25, 245-46, 247-48.

Fosl, Peter. “The Immorality of Morality,” in Metallica and Philosophy, edited by William Irwin (Malden, MA: Basil Blackwell, Ltd.. 2007), 74-86; ISBN 978-1-4051-6348-4. Also published on www.secularhumaism.org. Reprinted in Introducing Philosophy through Pop Culture: From Socrates to South Park, from Hume to House, edited by William Irwin and David Kyle Johnson (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010).

Fosl, Peter. “Righteous Blasphemy,” The Philosophers’ Magazine 35 (Third Quarter 2006): 70-77, with readers’ responses and author’s replies.  Published online by TPM, as well; re-published on biologist and evolutionary theorist Richard Dawkins’s web site (www.richarddawkins.net), article 100; lampooned in a cartoon appearing at www.jesusandmo.net .

Fosl, Peter. "John Duns Scotus" in Great Thinkers A-Z, edited by Julian Baggini and Jeremy Stangroom (New York & London: Continuum International Publishing, 2004), 221-22.
B21 .G74 2004

Fosl, Peter. "Michel de Montaigne" in Great Thinkers A-Z, edited by Julian Baggini and Jeremy Stangroom (New York & London: Continuum International Publishing, 2004), 163-64.
B21 .G74 2004

The philosopher's toolkit : a compendium of philosophical concepts and methods / Julian Baggini and Peter S. Fosl. 1st edition, 2003 & 2nd edition 2010. 1st edition translated into Polish, Chinese, Japanese, Korena, Greek, & Portuguese. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell Ltd., 2010.
BC177 .B19 2003

British philosophers, 1500-1799 / edited by Philip B. Dematteis and Peter S. Fosl.  volume 252 of the Dictionary of Literary Biography (Detroit & London: Gale Research, Inc., 2002.
General Introduction and Hume entry by Peter Fosl.
Reference: B1111 .B75 2002

British philosophers, 1800-2000 / edited by Philip B. Dematteis, Peter S. Fosl, Leemon B. McHenry. volume 262, the Dictionary of Literary Biography (Detroit & London: Gale Research, Inc. 2002.
General Introduction by Peter Fosl.
Reference: B72 .B693 2002