Musselman Library celebrates the scholarly and creative works of Gettysburg College faculty, staff and students. These authors published between January 1 and December 31, 2018, and will be honored at the College Authors Reception held in March, 2019. The reception is sponsored by the Provost’s Office and Musselman Library and includes a display of the authors’ works.

To make sure your publications are included in this list for the reception as well as the Faculty Notebook, don't forget to submit this form for each 2018 publication.



Exposure to the Antifouling chemical Medotomidine Slows Development, Reduces Body Mass, and Delays Metamorphosis in Wood Frog (Lithobates Sylvaticus) Tadpoles, Janine M. Barr, Julia R. Palmucci, Olivia J. Lambert, and Peter P. Fong


Identification of Mental States and Interpersonal Functioning in Borderline Personality Disorder, Kathy R. Berenson, Cara L. Dochat, Christiana G. Martin, Xiao Yang, Eshkol Rafaeli, and Geraldine Downey

"Not so Fine": Governor John Fine and the 1952 Republican Presidential Nominating Struggle in Pennsylvania, Michael J. Birkner


Counting Arithmetical Structures on Paths and Cycles, Benjamin Braun, Hugo Corrales, Scott Corry, Luis David Garcia Puente, Darren B. Glass, Nathan Kaplan, Jeremy L. Martin, Gregg Musiker, and Carlos E. Valencia


Sphingomyelin and GM1 Influence Huntingtin Binding to, Disruption of, and Aggregation on Lipid Membranes, Maxmore Chaibva, Xiang Gao, Pranav Jain, Warren A. Campbell, Shelli L. Frey, and Justin Legleiter

What Happens After Mussels Die? Biogenic Legacy Effects on Community Structure and Ecosystem Processes, John A. Commito, Brittany R. Jones, Mitchell A. Jones, Sondra E. Winders, and Serena Como


Migrant Farmworkers' Perceptions of Pesticide Risk Exposure in Adams County, Pennsylvania: A Cultural Risk Assessment, Micaela S. G. Edelson, Salma Monani, and Rutherford V. Platt

Seeing Odors in Color: Cross-Modal Associations in Children and Adults from Two Cultural Environments, Nathalie Goubet, Karine Durand, Benoist Schaal, and Daniel D. McCall

Lincoln’s Statesmanship in Navigating a Divided Nation, Allen C. Guelzo


Slotted Rotatable Target Assembley and Systematic Error Analysis for a Search for Long Range Spin Dependent Interactions from Exotic Vector Boson Exchange Using Neutron Spin Rotation, C. Haddock, Bret E. Crawford, W. Fox, I. Francis, A. T. Holley, Scott W. Magers, M. Sarsour, W. M. Snow, and J. Vanderwerp

A Weight–Related Growth Mindset Increases Negative Attitudes Towards Obese People, Nic Hooper, Alison Crumpton, Michael D. Robinson, and Brian P. Meier

Spatial Analysis of Cirques from Three Regions of Iceland: Implications for Cirque Formation and Palaeoclimate, Heather A. Ipsen, Sarah M. Principato, Rachael E. Grube, and Jessica F. Lee

Development and Validation of the Single Item Trait Empathy Scale (SITES), Sara Konrath, Brian P. Meier, and Brad J. Bushman


Estimating the Creation and Removal Date of Fracking Ponds Using Trend Analysis of Landsat Imagery, Rutherford V. Platt, David Manthos, and John Amos


Collective Gradient Sensing in Fish Schools, James G. Puckett, Aawaz R. Pokhrel, and Julia A. Giannini


Confluences and Crossbloods on Turtle Island, Stephanie A. Sellers


Congenital Chagas Disease in the United States: Cost Savings Through Maternal Screening, Eileen Stillwaggon, Victoria Perez-Zetune, Stephanie R. Bialek, and Susan P. Montgomery

Enhanced Ordering in Monolayers Containing Glycosphingolipids: Impact of Carbohydrate Structure, Erik B. Watkins, Shelli L. Frey, Eva Y. Chi, Kathleen D. Cao, Tadeuesz Pacuszka, Jaroslaw Majewski, and Ka Yee C. Lee



The Complete Chopin Etudes, Jocelyn Swigger



Reconstruction: A Concise History, Allen C. Guelzo

Ancient China and its Eurasian Neighbors: Artifacts, Identity, and Death in the Frontier, 3000-700 BCE, Katheryn M. Linduff, Yan Sun, Wei Cao, and Yuanqing Liu

Indian Captive, Indian King, Timothy J. Shannon

On the Borders of the Academy: Challenges and Strategies for First-Generation Graduate Students and Faculty, Alecea Ritter Standlee

Book Chapters


Becoming Part of the Conversation through Assessment of Undergraduate Library Internships, Clinton K. Baugess and Kathryn Martin

Can the Philanthropic Imperative Enhance International Health Care?, Paul Carrick

Loving Glacier National Park Online: Climate Change Communication and Virtual Place Attachment, Salma Monani, Sarah M. Principato, Dori L. Gorczyca, and Elizabeth A. Cooper

Understanding HIV/AIDS in the African Context, Eileen Stillwaggon and Larry Sawers