Mark Blackwell, English, has had his article "The Two Jonathans: Swift, Smedley, and the Outhouse Ethos" included in Locating Swift: Essays from Dublin on the 250th Anniversary of the Death of Jonathan Swift (Four Courts Press, Ireland).

Turhon Murad, Anthropology, had a chapter, "The Growing Popularity of Cremation Versus Inhumation: Some Forensic Implications" published in Forensic Osteology, edited by Kathleen J. Reichs, C. C. Thomas, 1998.

Ted Singelis, Psychology, co-authored a study with John Carlson, and Claude Chemtob (University of Hawaii) titled "Facial EMG Responses to Combat and Non-combat Related Visual Stimuli in Veterans with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder," which will appear in the

journal Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.


Diana Parks, International Programs, traveled to Moscow in December to conduct a follow-up training seminar in "Developing Associations" to twelve directors of non-government organizations (NGO) resource centers representing diverse regions of Russia. The seminar culminated with a conference attended by representatives from the United States Agency for International Development, Agency for Educational Development, Eurasia, Civic Initiatives, and other NGOs to discuss the role of NGOs in Russian communities.

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