Benedict, P. (2010). Miracle Boy and Other Stories. Press 53 Winston-Salem.
Danzig, G., Johnson, D., & Morrison, D. (Eds.). (2018). Plato and Xenophon: comparative studies. Brill
Edward Benyas, O. (2013). From Mozart to Morricone (DVD). United States: First United Methodist Church of Carbondale
Fredrickson, L. (2018). Zineb Sedira: De-Colonialism and Creative Acts. L'Esprit Créateur, 58(2), 96-111.
Johnson, D. M. (2018). Xenophon’s Intertextual Socrates. In Plato and Xenophon (pp. 71-98). BRILL.
Dr. Kenneth Stikkers, Philosophy, recently presented a lecture, “Pragmatisms's Response to Plato," at Roma Tre University in Rome, Italy, and also conducted a series of graduate seminars on William James' “Principles of Psychology” at Ca’Foscari University in Venice, Italy
Kovacs, G., & Marshall, C. W. (Eds.). (2015). Son of Classics and Comics. Oxford University Press.
Metz, W. (2012). Gilligan's Island. Wayne State University Press.
Metz, W. (2007). Bewitched. Wayne State University Press.
Metz, W. (2004). Engaging film criticism: film history and contemporary American cinema (Vol. 2). Peter Lang.
Moon, W. (2017). Global Food Insecurity and the Unequal Playing field in World Agriculture. 40(1), 27-50.
Moon, W., & Pino, G. (2018). Do US citizens support government intervention in agriculture? Implications for the political economy of agricultural protection. Agricultural Economics, 49(1), 119-129.
Williams, F., & Brunner, E. (2015). Eliot with an Epic, Rowson with a Comic: Recycling Foundational Narratives. Son of Classics and Comic (pp. 179-200).
Dr. Jyotsna Kapur (Professor, Cinema and Photography and Director, UHP) was invited to Kinnaird College for Women, Lahore for a series of lectures on Media Studies. She also gave a keynote on the integration of Sciences and Arts at their 1st International Conference on Science, Technology, and Innovation (2nd-4th April, 2019).