This series includes the scholarly publications of the faculty of the College of Liberal Arts and the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College.
The faculty of Rollins College is committed to disseminating the fruits of its research and scholarship as widely as possible. Therefore, the selection of publications represented here was authored by, chosen by, and uploaded with the permission of individual faculty authors in an effort to make their works available to the public as well as the larger international research community. The standards and formats of Rollins faculty’s scholarly work are determined by academic departments and appropriate to the expressed discipline of each author.
For access to all the books authored by Rollins faculty members search the Olin Library online catalog.
Submissions from 2023
From the Ashes of the Old: The Old Left and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1957-1965, Matthew Nichter
Framing Esports’ JEDI Issues: A Case Study in Media Irresponsibility, David Painter and Brittani Sahm
Submissions from 2022
Libraries in the Doughnut Economy, Monika Antonelli, Rene Tanner, Rebekkah Smith Aldrich, and Adrian K. Ho
Autism Training at a Small Liberal Arts College: Perceptions and Takeaways, Blake Robinson and Amelia Anderson
Submissions from 2021
On the anguish of going: an actor’s Endgame, Jennifer Cavenaugh
Food Assistance Deserts in Central Florida: Identifying Service Gaps Using Spatial Analysis, Emily Curran and Amy Armenia
A Dichotomy of Sport Sponsorships: Does the Nature of Competition Among Sponsors Matter?, Thomas Doellman, Brian Walkup, Adrien Bouchet, and Brian Chabowski
Hurricane Irma induces divergent behavioral and hormonal impacts on an urban and forest population of invasive Anolis lizards: evidence for an urban resilience hypothesis, Haralambos Fokidis and Taylor Brock
Moving Beyond Traditional Sponsorships: Understanding the Structure and Dynamics Of Minority Equity Sponsorship Agreements, Furkan Amil Gur, Adrien Bouchet, Brian Walkup, and Jonathan A. Jesen
Urban bat pups take after their mothers and are bolder and faster learners than rural pups., Lee Harten, Nesim Gonceer, Michal Handel, Orit Dash, H. Bobby Fokidis, and Yossi Yovel
Inclusive Growth in Africa: Are Chinese Investment and Local Industry Participation Compatible?, Emmanuel T. Kodzi
“Did Emmett Till Die in Vain? Organized Labor Says No!”: The United Packinghouse Workers and Civil Rights Unionism in the Mid-1950s, Matthew Nichter
Framing sports' corporate social responsibility: US women's vs men's soccer leagues, David Painter, Brittani Sahm, and Paul Schattschneider
Neuroendocrine mechanisms underlying non-breeding aggression: common strategies between birds and fish., Laura Quintana, Cecilia Jalabert, Bobby H. Fokidis, Kiran K. Soma, and Lucia Zubizarreta
How Different ESG Factors Across Cultures Affect Financial Performance, Matej Susec and Marc Sardy
“COVID-19 Hospital Isolation Affects More Than Just the Sick”, Lisa M. Tillmann Ph.D.
Submissions from 2020
Controlling Their Own Destiny: Latin American Agency in the Context of US Hegemony, Dexter S. Boniface
"Family Values Don't Stop at the Rio Grande..." : Can the Republican Party Convert Hispanic Voters?, Donald Davison
Rethinking COVID-19 Vulnerability: A Call for LGBTQ+ Im/migrant Health Equity in the U.S. During and after a Pandemic, Nolan Kline
Common Intellectual Experiences and Academic Libraries, Susan Montgomery and Jonathan H. Harwell
Do "brassy" sounding musical instruments need increased safe distancing requirements to minimize the spread of COVID-19?, Thomas R. Moore and Ashley E. Cannaday
Community Engagement in the Liberal Arts: How Service Hours and Reflections Influence Course Value, David Painter
Submissions from 2019
The Crossroads of SoTL and Signature Pedagogies, Nancy L. Chick
Theory and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Inquiry and Practice with Intention, Nancy L. Chick
A method for automatic detection of tongued and slurred note transitions in clarinet playing, Whitney L. Coyle and Jack D. Gabriel