PUBLICATIONS, NON-FICTION:

 

Book:

Temple University Press, 2010,  “Men Can: The Changing Image and Reality of Fatherhood in America,”

 

Education-Related Issues:

Holy Cross Magazine, Winter/Spring 2005, “No Accidental Tourism in Study Abroad”

Holy Cross Magazine, Winter/Spring 2005, “Exhibit Highlights Work Across Disciplines and Institutions”

Holy Cross Magazine, Summer 2004, “Where Do Holy Cross Students Stand on the Issues of the Day?”

Worcester Magazine, 19 February 2004, “There’s More to PILOT Than Money”

Lore: an E-Journal for Teachers of Writing, Winter 2002, “The Personal is Inevitable”

Holy Cross Magazine, Summer 2002, “Reading Indonesia

Holy Cross Magazine, Spring 2002, “The New Jesuits”

Holy Cross Magazine, Spring 2002, “And an Equation Runs Through It”

Holy Cross Magazine, Spring 2002, “Back to School: For His Sons’ Sake”

Holy Cross Magazine, Spring 2002, “Innovation and Experimentation”

Worcester Magazine, 5 August 1998, “Educating My Daughter With Whose Values?”

Worcester Magazine, 29 July 1998, “Can it Happen Here?”

Crossroads, April 1997, “The Moral Component of Education: Holy Cross in the Worcester Community”

Crossroads, February 1997, “A Close Reading of the English Department”

Sunday Boston Globe, 29 December 1996, “Public Education Isn’t What It Used to Be—And It Never Was”

The Talon, April/May 1996, “What I Want My Daughter to Know About the Holocaust”

               reprinted: Worcester Magazine, 19 March 1997, “The Warsaw Ghetto Remembered”

The Talon, February 1996, “Shouting Fire in a Crowded Classroom”

Sunday Boston Globe, 3 September 1995, “Children Must Learn to Question TV”

Thought & Action, May 1995, “Academic Apartheid: The Predicament of Part Time Faculty”

               reprinted: Thought & Action anthology on part time faculty issues

Worcester Magazine, 2 November 1994, “Never Mind Super Teachers, Fund the Schools!”

Sunday Boston Globe, 27 September 1992, “The Adjunct Life”

The Great Court Courier, 16 May 1991, “Suppressing the Problem: Racism and Campus Speech”

The Michigan Daily, 17 April 1989, “Censorship is Not the Answer”

The Progressive Student News, August/September 1987, “Fighting Racism at Columbia

 

Book Reviews: 

Knowledge@Wharton, August 2008, “Is a Medical Intern’s ‘Initiation’ Hazardous to Your Health?”    

IndiaKnowledge@Wharton, June 2007, “Documenting Wipro's Rise: 'It Challenges Other Companies to Strive for Excellence'”

IndiaKnowledge@Wharton, May 2007, “Can India Save the Planet?  Ask Mira Kamdar

IndiaKnowledge@Wharton, April 2007, “How Do Both Doctors and Patients Get Better?”

IndiaKnowledge@Wharton, February 2007, “Is India Too Big to Fail?”

Knowledge@Wharton, August 2005, “The Coming of the Asian Century: Reflections on China and India

Knowledge@Wharton, August 2005, “Pilot Pen CEO: Salesmanship Is Showmanship, but There Is More to the Story”

Composition Studies, Fall 2004, “What Compositionists Talk About When We Talk About Resistance.”  

Knowledge@Wharton, 30 June-13 July 2004, “The Poor Are Always with Us. Why?” 

Knowledge@Wharton, 28 January-10 February 2004, “Negotiating for More Than Small Change:  Men, Women, and Money”

Knowledge@Wharton, 27 August-9 September 2003, “Moneyball: Baseball by the Numbers”

Knowledge@Wharton, 12 February 2003-26 February 2003, “The Adam Smith Nobody Knows”

Holy Cross Magazine, Fall 2002, “Novel Approaches”

Knowledge@Wharton, 19 December 2001-15 January 2002, “How Sears Regained its ‘Softer’ Competitive Edge”

Knowledge@Wharton,19 December 2001-15 January 2002, “Caffeine: Stimulant to Better Living or Dangerous and Sinful Vice?”

Knowledge@Wharton, 13 September-25 September 2001, “Michael Lewis’ Latest Book Chronicles the Unsettling Power of the Internet”

Knowledge@Wharton, 29 August-11 September 2001, “Ice Hockey, Homicide and the Principles of Forecasting”

Voice Male, Spring 2000, “Halving It All: How Shared Parenting Works”

Worcester Magazine, 17 February 1999, “The Spitting Image: Myth, Memory, and the Legacy of Vietnam

Worcester Magazine, 13 December 1995, “Thirty Years of Bearing Witness: Kozol’s Amazing Grace”

 

Gender and Family:

Men Speak Out: Pro-Feminist Views on Gender, Sex and Power, November 2007, Routledge Press, “Judging Fathers: the Case for Gender-Neutral Standards”  

Worcester Magazine, 17 November 2005, “Say Goodbye to Mr. Mom”

               reprinted: Voice Male, Winter 2006

Voice Male, Summer 2001, “My Sister’s Tool Box”

Voice Male, Summer 2000, “When Fathers Mother

Labor Day: Shared Experiences from the Delivery Room, 1999, Workman Press, “Expectation vs. Reality”

Voice Male, Spring 1999, “Turning the (Changing) Tables”

Worcester Magazine, 10 February 1999, “Outing Working Parents”

Today’s Parent, June 1998, “All I Want for Father’s Day”  

The Auburn News, Monthly Column, “Dads and Diapers,” February-December 1995

Middlesex News, 8 August 1995, “Crying Time Again”        

Worcester Magazine, 1 March 1995, “Dust”

Middlesex News, 25 January 1995, “Father-to-be Counts on a Little Help”

 

Business:

 

IndiaKnowledge@Wharton, 8 August 2007, “In India, Will Corruption Slow Growth or Growth Slow Corruption?”

IndiaKnowledge@Wharton, 26 July  2007, “At Home and Abroad, What Value Do Non-Resident Indians Bring to Multinational Corporations?”

IndiaKnowledge@Wharton, 28 June 2007, “No Longer a One-Way Street: The Growing Impact of India’s Emerging Multinationals”

Worcester Business Journal, 26 December 2005, “Molding a New Future in the Life Sciences”

Worcester Business Journal, 12 December 2005, “Hanover Supersedes Allmerica Under Rebrand Effort”

Worcester Business Journal, 12 December 2005, “Impact of Katrina, No Major Hit: an Interview with Fred Eppinger

Worcester Business Journal, 14 November 2005, “Commercial Real Estate: What’s Hot, What’s Not”

Knowledge@Emory, 5-18 October 2005, “Sergio Zyman’s Formula for Marketing in the 21st Century”

UniversiaKnowledge@Wharton, 5-18 October 2005, “Growth and Variety in the U.S. Hispanic Market: Aiming for Those Sweet Spots”

Knowledge@Wharton, 21 September 2005,What Does It Take to Succeed in Retail? Ask Arthur Rubinfeld                        

Knowledge@Wharton, 10 August-6 September 2005, “The Financial Risks of Terrorism: Balancing Public and Private Roles”

Knowledge@WPCarey, 3-16 August 2005, “Pensions Both Public and Private: Underfunded and Under Fire”

Knowledge@WhartonUniversia, 1-14 June 2005, “Insurance, Life Expectancy and the Cost of Firearm Deaths in the U.S.”

Knowledge@WPCarey, 9 May 2005, “Pitfalls Inherent in Ranking Financial Professionals”

ChinaKnowledge@Wharton, 20 April-3 May 2005, “R&D in China: The Next Frontier or a Sure Bet to Squander Intellectual Property?”

Holy Cross Magazine, Spring 2003, “Chemist and Entrepreneur Tom D’Ambra Runs Counter to Type”

 

Technical Issues:                                          

Worcester Magazine, 23 January 2003, “A Wireless Worcester”

Computer Buyer’s Guide & Handbook, January 2001, “Phoning for Free”

Laptop Magazine, January 2001, “Covering Your On-Line Tracks”

Laptop Magazine, November 2000, “The Web of Learning”

Laptop Magazine, November 2000, “Have You Seen My Latest Book?”

Laptop Magazine, November 2000, “Ivan, Can I Get Good Sushi Around Here?”

Laptop Magazine, October 2000, “Internet Addiction”

Laptop Magazine, September 2000, “Voice Recognition Software”

Laptop Magazine, August 2000, “Campus Computing”

Computer Buyer’s Guide & Handbook, August 2000, “Essential Student Software”

Laptop Magazine, July 2000, “Broadband for All”

 

Politics:

Worcester Magazine, 29 July 2004, “Capital Silence”

Albany Times Union, 18 December 2003, “Democracy Begins at Home”

Holy Cross Magazine, Spring 2003, “When is War Just?  An Interview with Lt. General Bernard Trainor

Holy Cross Magazine, Fall 2001, “In the Public Interest”

Worcester Magazine, 16 June 1999, “Talking Union for a Few Days in June”              

Worcester Magazine, 2 December 1998, “Home is Where the Bucks Are”     

Worcester Magazine, 11 November 1998, “Streets for Sale

Worcester Magazine, 30 September 1998, “Reading the Clinton Scandal”

Worcester Magazine, 18 March 1998, “Race: Then and Now”

Worcester Magazine, 19 February 1997, “Virtual Community: Home is—Where?”

Worcester Magazine, 2 August 1995, “Atomic Truths”

Worcester Magazine, 31 August 1994, “Stealth Candidates in Plain Brown Boxes”

The Boston Globe, 30 June 1994 “O.J.’s Passion Play Distracts Us from Ourselves”   

Worcester Magazine, 27 April 1994, “Of Bells, Whistles, Promotions, and Convention Centers”           

Philadelphia Inquirer, 12 April 1992, “Real National Service”

The Record, 26 March 1991, “Who Pays for the Party?”      

The Michigan Daily, 10 April 1990,   “Elephants Remember: Republicans Forget”

The Michigan Daily, 22 January 1990, “My President”

Agenda, November 1989,  Argentina’s Search for Stability: The Whitewashing of the Dirty War”

In These Times, 25-31 October 1989, “Coup Threat Forces Menem to Clean Slate on ‘Dirty War’”       

The Village Voice, 3 October 1989, “Playing for Time”

 

Environmental Issues:

Knowledge@Wharton  Special Report, Festival of Thinkers: Looking to the Future, 1 November 2009,

               “Our Endangered Planet: How to Protect and Promote Sustainable Development”

Worcester Magazine, 3 May 2007,Hydrocarbonaholics Anonymous”

Worcester Magazine, 2 September 1998, “Profiting from Cleaning Up the City”

Worcester Magazine, 19 August 1998, “Gutter Diving at Indian Lake

Worcester Magazine, 22 April 1998, “How Much for That Green Lawn?”

Worcester Magazine, 21 December  1994, “The Scent of Flawed Analysis”

 

Humor:

Worcester Magazine, 22 May 1996, “Defense Conversion, Baby”

Middlesex News, 29 June 1994, “Waging War on Backyard Pests”

Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, 30 December 1990, “The Man Who Wasn’t Cool”

Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, 9 June 1991, “Can You Canoe?”

Agenda, May 1990, “A Modern Proposal”

 

Miscellaneous:

Harvard Magazine, November/December 2005, “Retinas Seek the Novel”

Holy Cross Magazine, Summer 2002, “‘I Saw People Who Were in Pain’: a Profile of Dr. Anthony S. Fauci

Common Journeys, Winter 1995, “When It Hurts”

The Writing Self, Autumn 1994, “But is It Work?”

Running Times, July 1991, “When You Can’t Anymore”