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Working Papers

UUP has launched a new initiative designed to inspire and share good ideas and good writing.
The UUP Working Paper Series is open to both academic and professional SUNY faculty, who can write on any subject in any discipline. The purpose is to increase discussion among the campuses and to help junior faculty in the tenure process.

The papers submitted to the series go through a peer review process; reviewers' comments are shared with the authors, who also retain the Copyright to their submissions. Submitting a paper to the UUP Working Paper Series does not preclude the authors from publishing them in academic journals or other publications.

Papers should be e-mailed to UUP Vice President for Academics Jamie Dangler in Microsoft Word format at jdangler@uupmail.org.

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Click on the author's name to read the following Working Papers:

Papers

Lawrence S. Wittner, Professor of History, SUNY Albany, HOW NOT TO DEAL WITH THE ONCOMING DEPRESSION: THE CASE OF NY STATE. December 2008.

David F. Butler, Professor of English, SUNY Canton, JUSTICE AND MERCY IN MARGARET ATWOOD’S CAT’S EYE. September 2008.

Isabelle Katz-Pinzler, Visiting Professor, New York Law School, THE VERY REAL THREATS TO THE RIGHTS OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. November 2005.

Peter Bradford, Buffalo Health Science Center Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, et al, The Blackboard Learning System. July 2007.

David F. Butler, SUNY Canton Professor of English, Repercussions: Frederick Exley's Burden of Grief and Guilt. March 2007.

Cindy Lou Daniels, SUNY Canton Asst. Professor of English/Humanities, Bruising the Heart: Meaning in George Elliot's "The Lifted Veil." May 2006.

David F. Butler, SUNY Canton Professor of English, 1984 and The Handmaid's Tale: Historicizing the Present. April 2006.

Brent Landau, Associate, Cohen, Milstein, Hausfeld & Toll, PLLC, SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY AND YOU: How New York State Employees Can Enforce Their Federal Employment Rights. December 2005

John Schumacher, System Administration, Open Access and SUNY: How New Forms of Publication are Transforming Scholarly Communication . November 2005.

Sheldon Gordon, SUNY Farmingdale Professor of Math, What's Wrong With College Algebra? August 2005.

David LaFalce, Buffalo State, and Simon Peter Gomez, Buffalo State Asst. Professor of Political Science, Political Attitudes in the Classroom: Is Academia the Last Bastion of Liberalism? August 2005.

Sheldon Gordon, SUNY Farmingdale Professor of Math, and Jack Winn, SUNY Farmingdale Distinguished Teaching Professor of Math, Interconnected Quantitative Learning at Farmingdale State. July 2005.

Stanley C. Feist, SUNY Farmingdale Professor Emeritus, Psychology, Crisis Intervention: It is Neither Counseling nor Therapy. July 2005.

Cindy Lou Daniels, SUNY Canton Asst. Professor of English/Humanities, Charming the Innocents with Henry James's "The Turn of the Screw." March 2005.

Notes

A. William Godfrey, SUNY Stony Brook Lecturer in European Languages, The Reinstatement of the Draft. June 2005.

 


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