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Faculty, Staff and Student Publications: G-I

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


Jack Girard & Veronica Dean Thacker. “Bathtubs Teeming with Frogs: Confluence of Form in the Multi-modal Work of Spanish Artist and Poet Margarita Merino." Advances Social Sciences Research Journal.  Vol 5, No 7 (2018), 228-239.

Veronica Dean-Thacker & Jack Girard, "Alexandra Dominguez: A Journey to Mythical Spaces. International Journal for Art and Art History. 3.1 June 2015. pp. 109-120.

Girard, Jack. “Isolation and Alienation in the Art and Poetry of Juan Carlos Mestre,” The International Journal of the Image, Common Grounds Publishing, Vol. 3, Issue 4 (electronic), 2013.

Girard, Jack. “Victor Hammer: Typeface Designer, Publisher, Portraitist.” Transylvania Treasures, (Spring, 2012): 5.1.  p.6.

Girard, Jack. The State of Drawing, Darrell Kincer, Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY, 2012 (Blurb Press)     

Girard, Jack. Horsetails 2010, Lexington Philharmonic Foundation, Welsh Printing, Louisville, KY 2010.

Girard,, Jack & Martha Gehringer. Retributions: Elections, Floods, and Wishing Wells Lulu Press, Lexington, KY 2009.
N6497 .R48 2009

Girard, Jack. Commentator “Fire and Motion,” one-hour KET production on the artworks of Stephen Rolfe Powell and Steve Armstrong,  KET Studios, Lexington, KY 2009-10.

Girard,, Jack. “Asensio Saez: A Reflection,” University of Murcia Press, Murcia, Spain Spring, 2008.

Girard,, Jack. Cited in Antologia, Asencio Saez, Real Academia Alfonso X el Sabio, Murcia, Spain, 1996 (pages 15-16).

Boda civil y otros cuentos, Asensio Sáez Garcia, Real Academia Alfonso X el Sabio, Murcia, Spain (book cover/collage), 1994.

Girard, Jack, & Veronica Dean-Thacker.. "Asensio Sáez: Symbiosis of Word and Image." Letras Peninsulares (Michigan State University)  7.1 (Spring, 1994), 43-54.

Girard, Jack, & Veronica Dean-Thacker. "Asensio Sáez Garcia: la imagen y la palabra."  Literatura De Levante, edited by Francisco Javier Diez de Revenga and Mariano de Paco, (Murcia: Fundación Cultural CAM), 1993.

Girard, Jack "Faculty Censorship in Colleges," Kentucky English Bulletin, Winter, 1992.

Girard,, Jack. "Confinement and Isolation in the Art of Edward Kienholz," Medical Heritage Journal, (co-authored with Dr. Ann Kilkelly), Jan/Feb 1986

Gohde, Kurt, Kremena Todorova, Bianca Spriggs, Gerald L. Bruns, Donna Sink, and Sean M. Starowitz. The Lexington Tattoo Project: An Artwork by Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova. Lexington, KY: NoLi CDC, 2014. Print.
TR655 .G635 2014

Kurt Gohde and Todorova, Kremena. “Tattoo You,” STORY Magazine, Spring 2013: 51-53.

Kurt Gohde and Todorova, Kremena. “Can a poem still change anything?” Creative Commonwealth Blog. Kentucky Arts Council, April 3, 2013. Web.

Gohde, Kurt. "Head first slide : creative collaboration with a homeless community." The International Journal of the Arts in Society. Volume 4, Issue 3, pp.251-258.
N72.S6 K64 2009

Head First Slide site.  Kurt Gohde.

Passing site Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova

Kurt Gohde website

Gohde, Kurt (illustrator).  Match in a Bottle:  Poems, by Tracey Knapp. 
Special Collections PS3561.N377 M3 1997  

George K. Kaufman and Diana M. Gooding (class of 2014), Electrets. Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry. 2013,

Diana M. Gooding (class of 2014) and George K. Kaufman, Triboelectric Series. Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry. 2013,

Goodman, Emily. "A Reflection: Return to the Museum." Under Main. 2021.

Goodman, Emily. "Through Line to a Third." Under Main. 2019.

Goodman, Emily. "Unraveling the Complicated Confederate Legacy, One Strand at a Time." Oct. 22, 2017.

GoodmanEmily (2017) Sweet and Sour and Super-t-Art, Performance Research, 22:7, 82-91, DOI: 10.1080/13528165.2017.1353198

Gutshall, A. (January 2012).  The Breakfast Club and Barney: Advising the new college student. The Mentor. Online.


Fredlund, Katherine, Kerri Hauman, and Jessica Ouellette. Feminist Connections: Rhetoric and Activism Across Time, Space, and Place. University Alabama Press, 2020.

Hauman, Kerri, Stacy Kastner and Alison Witte.  "Writing Teachers for Twenty-First Century Writers: A Gap in Graduate Education.” Pedagogy, special issue on graduate students. 15.1 (2015): 45-57.

Hauman, Kerri. “Cyberfeminists at Play: Lessons on Literacy and Activism from a Girls’ Computer Camp.” Co-authors Kristine Blair, Katherine Fredlund, Em Hurford, Stacy Kastner, and Alison Witte. Feminist Teacher. 22.1 (2011): 43-59.

Hawkins, Ben (composer). “I’ll Love My Love”. Tailspin!: Album for the Young. The Washington Winds, Edward S. Peterson, conductor. Walking Frog Records, 2010.

Hawkins, Ben. “I’ll Love My Love” for band.  C. L. Barnhouse Company, 2010.

Ben Hawkins, editor for Bluegrass Music News, 2003-2010

Hawkins, Ben. “Repertoire: A Means to an End.” Journal of the World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles, Vol. 16 (2009)

Hawkins, Ben (composer).  “Hexagony”.  Dark Odyssey: Album for the Young. The Washington Winds, Edward S. Petersen, conductor. Walking Frog Records, 2009.

Hawkins, Ben. “Hexagony” for young band.  C. L. Barnhouse Company, 2008.

Hawkins, Ben.“Reconstructing our Fragmented Profession: A Reflection.” The National Band Association Journal, December 2003.

Hawkins, Roy B. The Life and Work of Robert Russel Bennett. , 1989.
ML410.B46 H3

Paden, Jeremy and Annelisa Hermosilla, (class of 2019). Under the Ocelot Sun. Shadelandhouse Modern Press. 2020.
ordered - received - needs original cataloging.

Hess, Steve.  "You Can’t Eat the Roads: Chinese Leverage and Democratic Resilience in Zambia." Democracy in Africa. May 30, 2022.

Hess, Steve. "Institutional Adaptation and Regime Resilience under Xi Jinping." IN: The Political Logic of the U.S. China Trade War" ed. Shiping Hua. Roman & Littlefield. 2022.

Hess, Steve. "Plunder and Paradiplomacy: The Corruption of China's Decentralised State in Yunnan Province." China: An International Journal 18.2 (2020): 77-98.
Request via ILL or from librarian

Hess, Steve. "The role of China and asymmetric bargaining in Ethiopia’s authoritarian backsliding," In: China’s New Role in African Politics: From Non-Intervention towards Stabilization. Eds. Christof Hartmann, Nele Noesselt.  Routledge, 2019.

Steve Hess Richard Aidoo "Backsliding in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Role of China’s Development Assistance." Commonwealth & Comparative Politics.  57.4 (2019): 421-444.

Hess, Steve, Kadir Akyuz.  “Turkey Looks East: International Leverage and Democratic Backsliding in a Hybrid Regime.” Mediterranean Quarterly. 29.2 (2018): 1-26.

Shengping Chang and Steve Hess. The Diffusion of Contention in Contemporary China: An investigation of the 2014–15 wave of teacher strikes. Modern Asian Studies.52.4 (2018) pp. 1172-1193

Hess, Steve, and Richard Aidoo. Charting the Roots of Anti-Chinese Populism in Africa. Springer, 2015.
JZ1773.A57 C6 2015

Hess, Steve. Authoritarian Landscapes: Popular Mobilization and the Institutional Sources of Resilience in Nondemocracies (New York: Springer, 2013).
JC480 .H47 2013

Steve Hess and Shengping Chang, “The Diffusion of Contention in Contemporary China: An Investigation of the 2014-2015 Wave of Teacher Strikes.” Accepted for publication in Modern Asian Studies.

Steve Hess, “Decentralized Meritocracy: Resilience, Decay, and Adaptation in the CCP’s Threat-Management System.” Problems of Post-Communism 64:1 (January 2017): 20-31.

Steve Hess, “The Flight of the Affluent in China: Exit, Voice and Loyalty and the Problem of Wealth Drain.” Asian Survey 56:4 (July/August 2016): 629-650.
Will be in JSTOR in 2018.

Steve Hess and Richard Aidoo, “Charting the Impact of Subnational Actors in China’s Foreign Relations: The 2013 Galamsey Crisis in Ghana.Asian Survey 56:2 (March/April 2016): 301-324.
Will be in JSTOR in 2018.

Steve Hess. “Sources of Authoritarian Resilience during Regional Protest Waves: The Post-Communist Color Revolutions and 2011 Arab Uprisings.” Government and Opposition 51:1 (January 2016): 1-29.

Richard Aidoo and Steve Hess. “Noninterference 2.0: China’s Evolving Foreign Policy Towards A Changing Africa.” Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 44:1 (2015):107-139.

Steve Hess. “Foreign Media Coverage and Protest Outcomes in China: The Case of the 2011 Wukan Rebellion.” Modern Asian Studies 49:1 (January 2015): 177-203.
will be in JSTOR

Steve Hess and Richard Aidoo. “Charting the Roots of Anti-Chinese Populism in Africa: A Comparison of Zambia and Ghana.Journal of Asian and African Studies 49:2 (April 2014): 129-147.

Steve Hess. “From the Arab Spring to the Chinese Winter: The Institutional Sources of Authoritarian Vulnerability and Resilience in Egypt, Tunisia and China.” International Political Science Review  34:3 (June 2013): 254–272. Reprinted with permission in Shaun Breslin, Carla Freeman and Simon Shen, eds., International Relations of China (New York: SAGE Publications, 2014).

Abdoulaye Saine, Richard Aidoo, and Steve Hess. “The Social Construction of Africa and Africans in Western Mass Media.” In (Re)Tracing Africa: A Multidisciplinary Study of African History, Societies and Cultures. Eds. Salome Nnoromele and Ogechi Anyanwu (Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, 2012): 21-31.Reprinted in (Re)Tracing Africa: A Multidisciplinary Study of African History, Societies and Cultures, 2nd Edition. Eds. Eds. Salome Nnoromele and Ogechi Anyanwu (Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, 2014):

Steve Hess, Richard Aidoo and Abdoulaye Saine. “Taming the Dragon: Outlining an African Response to Growing Chinese Engagement.” Africa Insight 40:4 (2011): 53-67.

Steve Hess. “Environmental Protest and the Greening of the State: A Comparison of Pre-Transition Poland and Contemporary China.Problems of Post-Communism 58:2 (March/April 2011): 45-57.

Steve Hess. “Nail Houses, Lands Rights and Frames of Injustice on China's Protest Landscape.Asian Survey 50:5 (September/October 2010): 908-926.   Reprinted with permission in Studies on Asia 1:1 (Fall 2010): 86-107.

Steve Hess. “Coming to Terms with Neopatrimonialism: Soviet and American Nation-Building Projects in Afghanistan.” Central Asian Survey 29:2 (June 2010): 171 – 187.

Steve Hess and Richard Aidoo. “Beyond the Rhetoric: Noninterference in China's African Policy.” African and Asian Studies 9:3 (2010): 356-383.

Steve Hess. “Protests, Parties, and Presidential Succession: Competing Theories of Color Revolutions in Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.” Problems of Post-Communism 57:1 (January-February 2010): 28-49.

Steve Hess. “Dividing and Conquering the Shop Floor: Uyghur Labor Export and Labor Segmentation in China’s Industrial East.” Central Asian Survey 28:4 (December 2009): 403-416.

Steve Hess. “Deliberative Institutions as Mechanisms for Managing Social Unrest: The Case of the 2008 Chongqing Taxi Strike.” China: An International Journal 7:2 (September 2009): 61 – 77.        

Hopper, Jeffrey D.  “The Benefits of Inmate Employment Programs:  Evidence from the Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Program.Journal of Business & Economics Research 11.5 (2013): 213-221.

Baum, Charles L., William F. Ford, and Jeffrey D. Hopper. “Smoking and Obesity:  Are there wage penalties?”  Tennessee’s Business 16.2 (2007): 28-32.

Baum, Charles L., William F. Ford, and Jeffrey D. Hopper. “The Obese Smoker’s Wage Penalty.  Social Science Quarterly 87.4 (2006): 863-881.

Hutt, Ava (class of 2023), Kailie Settles (class of 2024), Caroline Shutt (class of 2023). "Course embedded programming and the need for clear expectations.Another Word: From the Writing Center at University of Wisconsin-Madison. April 26, 2022.