Curtis R. Blakely, assistant professor in justice systems, has published a paper in the Prison Service Journal (March issue) entitled, “Thermodynamics, Newtonian Motion, and the Prison: The Effects of Energy, Entropy and Mass on Rehabilitation.” This paper continues Blakely’s work with socio-physics and its application to penology.

Jennifer G. Jesse, professor of philosophy and religion
, has had her book, William Blake’s Religious Vision: There’s a Methodism in his Madness, published by Rowman & Littlefield.

Daniel Mandell, professor of history, recently had a new work, “Revolutionary Ideologies and Wartime Economic Regulation,” discussed as part of the Boston Area Early American History Seminar series.

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