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May 16, 2013

Among the recently published works of Cal State Fullerton faculty members:

Joel K. Abraham, assistant professor of biological science, co-authored "Human Diversity in Science" in the April issue of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

Robert F. Castro, associate professor of criminal justice, authored "Liberty Like Thunder: Race, Article XI Enforcement and the Odyssey of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848)," which will appear in the July issue of the American Journal of Legal History.

James Parham, assistant professor of geological sciences, co-authored "Genetic Introgression and Hybridization in Antillean Freshwater Turtles (Trachemys) Revealed by Coalescent Analyses of Mitochondrial and Cloned Nuclear Markers" pubished in the April issue of Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. The study is based on fieldwork Parham conducted in the Greater Antilles and compared the genetics of freshwater turtles on those islands to the geology and archaeology of the region in order to explain patters of distribution and hybridization.

Jocelyn Read, assistant professor of physics, authored "How Does It Work? Weird Stuff in Tiny Stars" in issue 2, No. 3 of LIGO Magazine.

Michael C. Steiner, emeritus professor of American studies, authored "Regionalists on the Left: Radical Voices From the American West," published May 15 by University of Oklahoma Press.

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