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Faculty Publications Delve Into Public Records, Race and Friendship

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Faculty and administrators are bylined on essays, articles and book chapters related to a wide range of topics, including recent court decisions and cross-racial friendships among women.

Rebecca Sheehan, associate professor of cinema and television arts, authored “The Renewed Encounter With the Everyday: Stan Brakhage and the Ethics of the (Extra)Ordinary” for the book “Stan Brakhage the Realm Buster,” a collection of essays about the late avant-garde filmmaker.

Jason Shepard, chair and associate professor of communications, authored “Decision Shines new Light on Public Officials’ Emails,” about a recent California Supreme Court decision on the application of the state’s public records laws to communications on private digital devices of public officials, in the winter issue of California Publisher.

Berenecea Johnson Eanes, vice president for student affairs, penned an essay on “Sliding Doors, Intentional Choices” for an anthology titled “UnCommon Bonds: Women Reflect on Race and Friendship.” The collection of essays explores the conflicts, celebrations and sisterhood of cross-racial friendships among women. 

Shawn Wang, professor of computer science, co-authored “A Software Tool for Protein Sequence Alignment,” slated for publication in a future issue of the International Journal of Bioinformatics Research and Applications. The article was co-authored by alumnus Justin Lee ‘06 (M.S. computer science), a principal software engineer at Raytheon.