Scholarly Publications

Goodale, Nathan, David G. Bailey, Theodore Fondak, and Alissa Nauman. "iTrowel: Mobile Devices as Transformative technology in Archaeological Field Research." The SAA Archaeological Record 13 (2013):18-22.
 
Larson, Doran. “The Beautiful Prison,” Special Issue, Studies in Law,Politics, and Society (UK), forthcoming.
This issue features essays in which incarcerated writers, prison teachers, and prison critics imagine what the American prison would look like if transformed into a socially constructive institution.
 
Larson, Doran. "Fourth City: Essays from the Prison in America."  
The largest collection to date of essays by Americans writing about their experience of incarceration (Michigan State UP, 2014), forthcoming. 
 
Angel David Nieves, “Digital Reconstruction as Preservation: Alternative Methods of Practice for Difficult and Lost Histories of the African American Past,” in Bending the Future: Fifty Ideas for the Next Fifty Years of Historic Preservation, eds. Max Page and Marla Miller (University of Massachusetts Press, 2016 – ISBN: 9781625342140), pgs. 179-183. 
 
Angel David Nieves, “Introduction: “Mapping Geographies of Resistance along the 16 June 1976 Heritage Trail,” in Footprints of the 'Class of 76': Commemoration, Memory, Mapping and Heritage, ed. Ali Khangela Hlongwane (Johannesburg: The Library, 2008). 
 
Angel David Nieves, “Planning for Apartheid: The Garden City Townships of Soweto, Johannesburg,” in The Afterlife of Iconic Planned Communities: Heritage, Preservation, and Challenges of Change, eds. Mary Corbin Sies, Isabelle Gournay, & Robert Freestone (Philadelphia: The University of Pennsylvania 
Press, 2017). 
 
Angel David Nieves, “Places of Pain as Tools for Social Justice in the ‘New’South Africa: Black Heritage Preservation in the ‘Rainbow’ Nation’s Townships,” in Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing With Difficult Heritage, eds. William Logan & Keir Reeves (Routledge, UK: 2009), pgs. 198-214.
 
Angel David Nieves and Marla Jaksch, “Africa is a Country? Digital Diasporas, ICTs, and Heritage Development Strategies for Social Justice,” The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 6 (2014). 
 
Angel David Nieves, Lisa Snyder, and Elaine Sullivan, “Making the Model: Scholarship and Rhetoric in 3D Historical Reconstructions,” in Making Humanities Matter, Debates in the Digital Humanities Series, ed. Jentery Sayers (University of Minnesota Press, 2017). 
 
Angel David Nieves and Siobhan Senier, “Subaltern Archives, Digital Historiographies (Part 6: Postcolonial Cultures and Digital Humanities),” in The Postcolonial World, eds. Jyotsna G. Singh and David Kim (London: Routledge, 2016 – ISBN: 9781138778078).
 
Angel David Nieves, Siobhan Senier, Anthony Lioi, Mary Kate Ryan, Pavithra Vasudevan, Darren Ranco and Courtney Marshall), “The Resilience of Race: A Cultural Sustainability Manifesto,” Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, Vol. 1, No. 2 (June 2014). <http://muse.jhu.edu/login?auth=0&type=summary&url=/journals/resilience_a_journal_of_the_environmental_humanities/v001/1.2.senier.html
 
Christopher Watts, Janet Thomas Simons, and David Baird, “The Media Scholarship Project: Strategic Thinking about Media and Multimodal Assignments in the Liberal Arts”.  Educause Quarterly Volume 33(3) 2010 http://www.educause.edu/EDUCAUSE+Quarterly/EDUCAUSEQuarterlyMagazineVolum/TheMediaScholarshipProjectStra/213673
 
Sharon Werning Rivera and Janet Thomas Simons. "Engaging Students through Extended Simulations" Journal of Political Science Education. Volume 4, Issue 3 July 2008 , pages 298 – 316.