Goldstein Faculty Research
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Examples of recent scholarship by GCHR faculty include:
Alexander, Laura E. 2019. “Qualified Sovereignty, Law, and the Moral Floor: Jewish Thoughts about War and Political Authority.” Journal of Religion and Society 21(supplement18):186-204.
Anderson, Alecia D. and Angela M Brown. 2017. “Black Lives Matter Lecture.” Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Retrieved 2017 (http://trails.asanet.org/Pages/Resource.aspx?ResourceID=13422).
Celinscak, Mark. 2015. Distance from the Belsen Heap: Allied Forces and the Liberation of a Nazi Concentration Camp. Canada: University of Toronto Press.
Conces, Rory J. 2009. “Rethinking Realism (or Whatever) and the War on Terrorism in a Place Like the Balkans.” Theoria 56(120): 81-124.
Conces, Rory J. 2016. “The Hyperintellectual in the Balkans.” Global Outlook 1(1):51-110.
Dejun, Su, Jay A. Irwin, Christopher Fisher, Athena Ramos, Megan Kelley, Diana Ariss Rogel Mendoza and Jason D. Coleman. 2016. “Mental Health Disparities within the LGBT Population: A Comparison between Transgender and Non-Transgender Individuals.” Transgender Health 1(1):12-20.
Finn, V., Cristian Doña-Reveco and M. Feddersen. 2019. “Intraregional Migration Governance: The South American Conference on Migration.” in The Dynamics of Regional Migration Governance, edited by A. Geedes, M. V. Espinoza, L. Brumat and L. Hadj-Abdou. United Kingdom/Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishers.
Hutt, Curtis. 2015. “The Battle for Jerusalem: Marcel Dubois’ Challenge to Roman Catholics, Israeli Jews, and Christian Zionists.” International Dialogue 5: 4-25.
Hwang, Alexander Y. and Laura E. Alexander, eds. 2018. The Meaning of My Neighbor’s Faith: Interreligious Reflections on Immigration. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Kilinc, Ramazan. 2014. “Critical Junctures as Catalysts in Democratic Consolidation: The Case of Turkey.” Political Science Quarterly 129(2):293-318.
Kilinc, Ramazan. 2014. “International Pressure, Domestic Politics and the Dynamics of Religious Freedom: Evidence from Turkey.” Comparative Politics 46(2):127-145.
Kilinc, Ramazan, Jody Neathery-Castro and Selin Akyüz. 2017.0“Political Conflict and Gender Equality in Education: The Case of Turkey.” Turkish Studies 18(3):400-421.
Kyle, Brett J. 2016. Recycling Dictators in Latin American Elections: Legacies of Military Rule. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner.
Kyle, Brett J. and Andrew G. Reiter. 2013. “Militarized Justice in New Democracies: Explaining the Process of Military Court Reform in Latin America.” Law and Society Review 47(2):375-407.
Kyle, Brett J. and Andrew G. Reiter. 2019. “A New Dawn for Latin American Militaries: Across the region, militarization is on the rise, posing a major threat to democracy and justice. What can be done?” NACLA Report on the Americas 51(1):18-28.
McCarthy, Molly A., Christopher M. Fisher, Jay A. Irwin and Jason D. Coleman. 2014. “Using the Minority Stress Model to Understand Symptoms of Depression Experienced by a Sample of Midwestern Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Individuals.” Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health 18(4):346-360.
Irwin, Jay A. and Jason D. Coleman. “Coming Out, Competent Care, and Access: Health Care Experiences of Lesbians in the Deep South.” in Queering the Deep South: Research on Queer Studies and LGBTQ Lives in the U.S. Southwest, edited by K. Strunk. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.