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Faculty Citings

An overview of MSU Denver faculty members’ recent publications and presentations.

By Cory Phare

May 30, 2018

Student sitting in Auraria Library reading a bookOur faculty members publish research in some of the world’s most prestigious academic journals and share their knowledge at conferences across the globe.

Here’s an overview of their recent work:

James Aubrey, professor, English


“Normativizing the Queer Child Vampire: Four Adaptations of Lindqvist's Let the Right One In.”

Annual conference, Popular Culture Association, Indianapolis, March 2018

Cristina Míguez Cruz, associate professor, modern languages (Spanish)


Consumption and Education in Recent Uruguayan Cinema: Between Sobriety, Joy and Excess

Dissidences: Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism, 8(13)

Book review

El criminal imaginado: Estética, ética y política en la ficción latinoamericana (1990-2010)/Imagined Criminals: Aesthetics, Ethics and Politics in Latin American Fiction (1990-2010)

Dissidences: Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism, 8(13) 

Michael McNeal, affiliate faculty, political science

Book chapter

“Life-Affirmation and Disgust With Humanity in the Wake of the Death of God”

Nietzsche's Gods: Critical and Constructive Perspectives (forthcoming), from paper delivered at 2017 Friedrich Nietzsche Society Conference, Bath, United Kingdom

Carol Quinn, professor, philosophy


Dignity, Justice and the Nazi Data Debate: On Violating the Violated Anew

Lexington Books, 2018

Todd Upton, affiliate faculty, history


“‘Dwellers in Shadows’ & Abbatial Jerusalem: Reformed Monastic Ideas by the Third Crusade in the Sermons of Garnerius of Rochefort and Adam the Scot

Quidditas 38 (2017), pp. 37-60.


“Sortilega et maleficus ars: Aspects of Magic and Natural Science in Western Sermon Literature, c. 400-1200”

Joint Meeting of the Medieval Association of the Pacific and the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, April 2018

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