Faculty Presentations & Publications Archive | 2007
|Faculty Presentations & Publications Archive|
Matt Bauer, "Sound Change and Functionalism" at the International Conference of Phonetic Sciences in Saarbrëecken, Germany, August 2007. The paper, co-authored with Frank Parker (Parlay Press), is available online.
Matt Bauer & John Perhonis, "Inside the NSF Proposal Review Process," Assn. for Business Communication conference, Washington, DC, Oct. 2007.
Michael Davis, "Eighteen Rules for Writing a Code of Professional Ethics," Science and Engineering Ethics 13 (July 2007): 171-189.
Michael Davis, "Torture and the Inhumane," Criminal Justice Ethics 26 (Summer/Fall 2007): 29-43.
Michael Davis, "Ethics in Ordinary Bioengineering Courses," ASME 2007 Summer Bioengineering Conference, Keystone, CO, June 2007.
Michael Davis, "Being a Responsible Chemist: Conflict of Interest," American Chemical Society National Meeting, Boston, Aug. 2007.
Michael Davis, "What Punishment for the Murder of 10,000?" International Conference on Punishing War Crimes, Genocides, and Crimes against Humanity, Copenhagen University, Denmark, Sept. 2007.
Michael Davis, "Why Philosophers Should Know More About Engineering," Workshop on Philosophy and Engineering, Delft University of Technology (TUDelft), The Netherlands, Oct. 2007.
Michael Davis, "Distinguishing Architects from Engineers: A Pilot Study of Differences between Engineers and Other Technologists," Workshop on Philosophy and Engineering, Delft University of Technology (TUDelft), The Netherlands, Oct. 2007.
Michael Davis, "'Of All Professions, Begging is the Best': Some Problems in the Study of Professions" Philosophy Section, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology (TUDelft), The Netherlands, Sept. 2007.
Michael Davis, "Ethics Across the Graduate Engineering Curriculum: An Experiment in Teaching and Assessment," coauthored with Kathryn Riley, 8th International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum, Milltown Institute at the National University of Ireland, Dublin, Nov. 2007.
Margaret Power moderated a panel at Chicago's 61st Annual Human Relations Awards on January 29. This year's luncheon introduced First Deputy Superintendent Dana V. Starks as the Commission's next chair/commissioner pending City Council approval, and Clarence N. Wood, outgoing commissioner, received the first ever of the Commission's Social Justice Award.
Margaret Power, “Right-Wing Women's Movements and Gender Ideologies.” In Battleground: Women and Gender, ed. Amy Lind. Greenwood Publishing, 2007.
Margaret Power, “'The Most Revolutionary Figure in Chile is La Mujer': Narratives of the Anti-Allende Women's Movement,” in Revolucionaraias: Conflict and Gender in Latin American Narratives by Women, eds. Par Kumaraswami and Niamh Thornton, Oxford, England and Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang, 2007.
Margaret Power, “Interviewing Members of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party,” Community as Intellectual Space, Chicago, June 2007.
Margaret Power, Chair, “The Bachelet Presidency: Political Participation and Gendered Identities in Contemporary Chile,” LASA, Montreal, Sept. 2007.
Margaret Power, Commentator, “U.S. Imperialist Policies in Latin America and the Middle East,” LASA, Montreal, Sept. 2007.
Warren Schmaus, "Robert King Merton." In New Dictionary of Scientific Biography, ed. Noretta Koertge. Farmington Hills, MI: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2007.
Warren Schmaus, "Renouvier and the Method of Hypothesis," Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Part A vol. 38, no. 1 (2007), 132-148.
Warren Schmaus, "Categories and Classification in the Social Sciences," Philosophy of Anthropology and Sociology, eds. Mark Risjord and Stephen Turner. Handbook of the Philosophy of Science, vol. 8, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science Ltd., 2007.