Articles by Faculty Affiliates
Christy Clark-Pujara, Chair and Professor in the Department of African American Studies
“The Persistent and Dangerous Myth of Race-Based Slavery as a Southern Institution,” a historical introduction for Unnamed Figures: Black Presence & Absence in Early American Vernacular Art, edited volume from the American Folk Art Museum, November 2023.
“A Location of Possibility: Teaching Black History to White Folks at Church:
Justified Anger and Black History for a New Day,” Journal of American History, March 2023.
“Rachel, Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien, WI,” Literary Landscapes Volume 10, December 2022.
“Foreword,” The Untold Story of Joshua Glover, Freedom Seeker by Ruby West Jackson, and Walter T. McDonald (Madison: Wisconsin Historical Society, 2022).
Daniel Kapust, Judith Hicks Stiehm Chair in Political Theory
Kapust, Daniel J. “Plague and the Leviathan.” Hobbes Studies. Published online, October 2023.
Kapust, Daniel J. “Tacitism.” In The Tacitus Encyclopedia. Edited by Victoria Pagan. Wiley-Blackwell:
Chichester. 2023. 1060-1061.
Kapust, Daniel J. “Three Images of Rome: Republicanism, History, and the American Experiment in
Mercy Otis Warren’s History of the Rise, Progress, and Termination of the American
Revolution.” In Regards croisés sur la Rome ancienne et les Lumières. Edited by Ida Gilda
Mastrorosa. Paris: Classiques Garnier. 2023. 183-201.
Kapust, Daniel J. “The Society of the Cincinnati and Exemplarity in Late 18th-century America.” Polis:
The Journal for Greek and Roman Political Thought. 40.1. 2023. 128-147.
Schwartz, Rachel and Daniel J. Kapust “‘To Make Men Believe Their Rebellion Just”: Thomas
Hobbes and the Study of Civil War.” Polity. 54.2. 2022.
Yuhang Li, Associate Professor in Chinese Art History
“Wearing a Gendered Tree: A New Style of Chinese Garments at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” in Melia Belli Bose ed., Threads of Globalization: Fashion, Textiles, and Gender in 20th-Century Asia (Manchester: University of Manchester Press, 2024), 25-46. [P]
“Xiugai xibu yu zhuanhuan minghua: chongxin sikao shanxi dali lishi jiazumu de shanshui tuxiang” 修改细部与转换冥画：重新思考陕西大荔李氏家族墓的山水图像 (Modifying Details into Spiritual Paintings: Rethinking the Visuality of Landscape Images from the Li Family Tombs in Shaanxi Dali during the Nineteenth Century). Wu Hung, Zhu Qingsheng and Zheng Yan eds., Gudai muzang meishu yanjiu (di liu ji) 古代墓葬美术研究第六辑 (The Sixth International Conference on Chinese Ancient Tomb Art) (Changsha: Hunan meishu chubanshe, 2023), 319-355.
“Li Lianying: Celebrated Palace Eunuch,” in Jessica Harrison-Hall and Julia Lovell eds., Creators of Modern China: 100 Lives from Empire to Republic 1796-1912. (London: Thames & Hudson, 2023), 39-41.
“Qingdai kesi zhenzhuta wen kuanxiu changpao [Narrating Pearl Pagoda on a Qing Dynasty Kesi Robe,” in Yu-chih Lai ed., Seeing 48 Objects & Their Worlds [物見：四十八位物件的閱讀者與他們所見的物質世界] (Taibei: Yuanzu wenhua chubanshe, 2022), 70-79.
“Classing the Classics: Investigating Artisanal Reproduction of Landscape Imagery in Nineteenth-Century Chinese Tombs.” Selva: A Journal of the History of Art, 3 (fall 2021): 7-44. [P]
“Burning Big Dharma Boats: Paper as Efficacious Medium,” in Orianna Cacchione and Wei-Cheng Lin eds., The Allure of Matter: Materiality Across Chinese Art (Chicago: Center for the Art of East Asia and Smart Museum of Art, 2021), 146-175.
Lee Palmer Wandel, Professor of History
“The Reformation of Time,” in Nina Koefoed and Bo Holm, eds., Reformation and Everyday Life (Boehlau Verlag, 2023)
Books by Faculty Affiliates
Publication date: 2020
American Academy of Religion’s 2021 Religion and the Arts Book Award Winner; Also award finalist for the 2021 Best First Book in the History of Religions
Winner of the Tobin Siebers Prize for Disability Studies in the Humanities.
Elizabeth B. Bearden
Publication Date: 2019
Elizabeth B. Bearden
Publication Date: June 2018