Online Extras Summer 2015

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Publications and Resources

The following online extras accompany the print version of the summer 2015 edition of 
Phi Kappa Phi Forum, whose theme is "Questions."

Works Cited: Letter to the Editor

By Jacqueline Elkouz

 Lemkin, R. (1949). Interview by Quincy Howe for CBS. Retrieved from

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U.S. Government Publishing Office. (2007). H. Res. 106. Retrieved from

U.S. Government Publishing Office. (2010). H. Res. 252. Retrieved from  

Armenian National Committee of America. (2008, January 24) Hillary Clinton supports adoption of Armenian Genocide Resolution; pledges to recognize Armenian Genocide as President. Retrieved from  

6 U.S. Department of State. (2012, January 26). Town Hall Meeting on the Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review. Retrieved from

7 U.S. Government Printing Office. (2013, January 24). S. HRG. 113–163 Nomination of John F. Kerry to be Secretary of State, 92. Retrieved from 

8  Armenian National Committee of America. (2004, April 22).  Sen. Kerry calls for international recognition of Armenian Genocide. Retrieved from 

9  Armenian National Institute. International affirmation of the Armenian Genocide. Retrieved from

Works Cited: "Victorian Advice in a Modern World"

By Jennifer Fuller

Beetham, M. (1996). A Magazine of Her Own? Domesticity and Desire in the Woman's Magazine, 1800-1914. New York: Routledge.

Boardman, K. (1998). 'A Material Girl in a Material World': The Fashionable Female Body In Victorian Women's Magazines. Journal of Victorian Culture, 3(1), 93-110.

Braddon, M. E. (1998). Lady Audley's Secret. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Brontë, C. (2000). Jane Eyre. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Brontë, E. (1998). Wuthering Heights. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Chase Levenson, K. (2011). 'Happiness is not a Potato': The Victorian Cultivation of Happiness. Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 33(2), 161-169.

Eliot, G. (1985). Middlemarch. New York: Bantam.

Fee, E. (1973). The Sexual Politics of Victorian Social Anthropology. Feminist Studies, 1(3/4), 23-39.

Freeland, N. (2003). "Ruth's" Perverse Economies: Women, Hoarding, and Expenditure. ELH, 70(1), 197-221.

Gaskell, E. (1998). North and South. (A. Easson, Ed.) Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Langland, E. (1998). Nobody's Angels: Domestic Ideology and Middle-Class Women in the Victorian Novel. PMLA, 107(2), 290-304.

Lynch, E. M. (1996). Out of Place: The Masquerade of Servitude in Victorian Literature. Pacific Coast Philology, 31(1), pp. 88-106.

1  For an excellent study of these types of columns see (Beetham, 1996).

2  (Gaskell, 1998, p. 118)

3  (Gaskell, 1998, p. 420)

4  (Lynch, 1996, p. 88)

5  (Brontë, 1998, p. 66)

6  (Brontë, 1998, p. 124)

7  (Eliot, 1985, p. 762)

8  (Eliot, 1985, p. 763)

9  (Freeland, 2003, p. 198)

10  (Brontë C. , 2000, pp. 450-51)

11  (Brontë C. , 2000, p. 109)

12  (Gaskell, 1998, p. 435)

13  (Langland, 1998, p. 291)

14  (Brontë E. , 1998, p. 82)

15  (Brontë E. , 1998, p. 160)

16  (Eliot, 1985, p. 35)

17  (Eliot, 1985, p. 71)

18  (Eliot, 1985, p. 730)

19  (Eliot, 1985, p. 763)

20  (Eliot, 1985, p. 764)

21  (Fee, 1973, p. 28)

22  (Brontë C. , 2000, p. 451)

23  (Braddon, 1998, p. 340)

24  (Braddon, 1998, p. 394)

25  (Chase Levenson, 2011, p. 168)

26  (Boardman, 1998, p. 106)

27  (Brontë C. , 2000, p. 137)

Works Cited: “What Are We Learning from Mutant Mice That Live Very Long and Healthy Lives?”

By Andrzej Bartke

Arum, O, Rasche, ZA, Rickman, DJ, Bartke, A. In Prevention of neuromusculoskeletal frailty in slow-aging Ames dwarf mice: Longitudinal investigation of interaction of longevity genes and caloric restriction, 8:e72255. PLoS One, 2013.

Bartke, A. Can growth hormone (GH) accelerate aging? Evidence from GH-transgenic mice, 78:210-216. Neuroendocrinology, 2003.

Bartke, A, Sun, LY, Longo, V. Somatotropic signaling: Trade-offs between growth, reproductive development, and longevity, 93:571-598. Physiol Rev, 2013.

Batty, GD, Barzi, F, Woodward, M, Jamrozik, K, Woo, J, Kim, HC, Ueshima, H, Huxley, RR. Adult height and cancer mortality in Asia: The Asia Pacific cohort studies collaboration, 21:646-654.  Ann Oncol, 2010.

Berryman, DE, List, EO, Coschigano, KT, Behar, K, Kim, JK, Kopchick, JJ, Comparing adiposity profiles in three mouse models with altered GH signaling. 14:309-318. Growth Hormone & IGF Research, 2004.

Bonkowski, MS, Rocha, JS, Masternak, MM, Al Regaiey, KA, Bartke, A. Targeted disruption of growth hormone receptor interferes with the beneficial actions of calorie restriction, 103:7901-7905. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2006.

Brown-Borg, HM, Borg, KE, Meliska, CJ, Bartke A. Dwarf mice and the aging process, 384:33. Nature, 1996.

Brown-Borg, HM, Rakoczy, SG. Growth hormone administration to long-living dwarf mice alters multiple components of the antioxidative defense system, 124:1013-1024. Mech Ageing Dev, 2003.

Coschigano, KT, Holland, AN, Riders, ME, List, EO, Flyvbjerg, A, Kopchick, JJ. Deletion, but not antagonism, of the mouse growth hormone receptor results in severely decreased body weights, insulin, and insulin-like growth factor I levels and increased life span, 144:3799-3810. Endocrinology, 2003.

Guevara-Aguirre, J, Balasubramanian, P, Guevara-Aguirre, M, Wei, M, Madia, F, Cheng, CW, Hwang, D, Martin-Montalvo, A, Saavedra, J, Ingles, S, de Cabo, R, Cohen, P, Longo, VD. Growth hormone receptor deficiency is associated with a major reduction in pro-aging signaling, cancer, and diabetes in humans, 3:70ra13. Sci Transl Med, 2011.

He, Q, Morris, BJ, Grove, JS, Petrovitch, H, Ross, W, Masaki, KH, Rodriguez, B, Chen, R, Donlon, TA, Willcox, DC, Willcox, BJ. Shorter men live longer: Association of height with longevity and foxo3 genotype in American men of Japanese ancestry, 9:e94385. PLoS One, 2014.

Ikeno, Y, Hubbard, GB, Lee, S, Dube, SM, Flores, LC, Roman, MG, Bartke, A. Do Ames dwarf and calorie-restricted mice share common effects on age-related pathology? 3. Pathobiol Aging Age Relat Dis, 2013.

Kennedy, BK, Berger, SL, Brunet, A, Campisi, J, Cuervo, AM, Epel, ES, Franceschi, C, Lithgow, GJ, Morimoto, RI, Pessin, JE, Rando, TA, Richardson, A, Schadt, EE, Wyss-Coray, T, Sierra, F: Geroscience. Linking aging to chronic disease, 159:709-713. Cell, 2014.

Kenyon, C. Minireview.  A conserved regulatory system for aging, 105:65-168. Cell Press, 2001.

Kinney, BA, Coschigano, KT, Kopchick, JJ, Steger, RW, Bartke, A. Evidence that age-induced decline in memory retention is delayed in growth hormone resistant GH-R-KO (Laron) mice, 72:653-660. Physiol Behav, 2001.

Kucia, M, Masternak, M, Liu, R, Shin, DM, Ratajczak, J, Mierzejewska, K, Spong, A, Kopchick, JJ, Bartke, A, Ratajczak, MZ. The negative effect of prolonged somatotrophic/insulin signaling on an adult bone marrow-residing population of pluripotent very small embryonic-like stem cells (VSELs), 35:315-330. Age (Dordr), 2013.

Li, Y, Deeb, B, Pendergrass, WR, Wolf, NS. Cellular proliferative capacity and life span in small and large dogs, 51:B403-408. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, 1996.

Masternak, MM, Bartke, A, Wang, F, Spong, A, Gesing, A, Fang, Y, Salmon, AB, Hughes, LF, Liberati, T, Boparai, R, Kopchick, JJ, Westbrook, R. Metabolic effects of intra-abdominal fat in GHRKO mice, 11:73-81. Aging Cell, 2012.

Miller, RA, Harper, JM, Galecki, A, Burke, DT. Big mice die young: Early life body weight predicts longevity in genetically heterogeneous mice, 1:22-29. Aging Cell, 2002.

 liveira, JL, Aguiar-Oliveira, MH, D'Oliveira, A, Jr., Pereira, RM, Oliveira, CR, Farias, CT, Barreto-Filho, JA, Anjos-Andrade, FD, Marques-Santos, C, Nascimento-Junior, AC, Alves, EO, Oliveira, FT, Campos, VC, Ximenes, R, Blackford, A, Parmigiani, G, Salvatori, R. Congenital growth hormone (GH) deficiency and atherosclerosis: Effects of GH replacement in GH-naive adults, 92:4664-4670. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 2007.

Orme, SM, McNally, RJ, Cartwright, RA, Belchetz, PE. Mortality and cancer incidence in acromegaly: A retrospective cohort study. United kingdom acromegaly study group, 83:2730-2734. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 1998.

Partridge, L. Intervening in ageing to prevent the diseases of ageing, 25:555-557. Trends Endocrinol Metab, 2014.

Sun, LY, Spong, A, Swindell, WR, Fang, Y, Hill, C, Huber, JA, Boehm, JD, Westbrook, R, Salvatori, R, Bartke, A. Growth hormone-releasing hormone disruption extends lifespan and regulates response to caloric restriction in mice 2:e01098. eLife, 2013.

Salmon, AB, Murakami, S, Bartke, A, Kopchick, J, Yasumura, K, Miller, RA. Fibroblast cell lines from young adult mice of long-lived mutant strains are resistant to multiple forms of stress, 289:E23-E29. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab, 2005.

Samaras, TT, Human body size and the laws of scaling: Physiological, performance, growth, longevity and ecological ramifications, ed 1st edition. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2007.

Tatar, M, Bartke, A, Antebi, A. The endocrine regulation of aging by insulin-like signals, 299:1346-1351. Science, 2003.

Westbrook, R, Bonkowski, MS, Strader, AD, Bartke, A. Alterations in oxygen consumption, respiratory quotient, and heat production in long-lived GHRKO and Ames dwarf mice, and short-lived BGH transgenic mice, 64:443-451. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, 2009.

Yuan, R, Meng, Q, Nautiyal, J, Flurkey, K, Tsaih, SW, Krier, R, Parker, MG, Harrison, DE, Paigen, B. Genetic coregulation of age of female sexual maturation and lifespan through circulating IGF1 among inbred mouse strains, 109:8224-8229. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2012.

Works Cited: “The Saxophone: Is It a Legitimate Instrument?”

By Steven Mauk

Leon Kochnitsky, Adolphe Sax and His Saxophone (The World Saxophone Congress, 3rd. edition, 1972), 6.

2  Wally Horwood, Adolphe Sax, 1814-94: His Life and Legacy (Baldock, Herts: Egon Publishers LTD, revised edition 1983), 20.

3  Fred L. Hemke, “The Early History of the Saxophone” (DMA diss., University of Wisconsin, 1975), 9-10.

4  Horwood, Adolphe Sax, 38-39.

5  Hemke, Early History, 26-27.

6  Claus Raumberger and Karl Ventzke, Saxophone, Grove Music Online, accessed March 29, 2015,

7  Horwood, Adolphe Sax, 195.

8  Thomas Liley, “Invention and Development”, in The Cambridge Companion to the Saxophone, ed. Richard Ingham (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), 17.

9  Bruce Ronkin, “Chez Adolphe Sax,” in The Saxophone Journal, Spring 1994: 16

10  Timothy J. Ruedeman, “Lyric-Form Archetype and the Early Works For Saxophone Quartet, 1844-1928: An Analytical And Historical Context For Saxophone Quartet Performance” (Ph.D. diss., New York University, 2009), 16.

11  Sigurd Raschér, Appendix III, “Notes”, in Kochnitsky, Adolphe Sax and His Saxophone, 13 & 47.

12  Liley, Cambridge Companion, 5-6.

13  Stephen Cottrell, The Saxophone (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012), 22.

14  Hemke, Early History, 249-50.

15  Raumberger and Ventzke, Saxophone, Grove Music Online.

16  Horwood, Adolphe Sax, 144.

17  Mark Fonder, Patrick Conway and His Famous Band (Meredith Music Publications: Galesville, MD, 2012), 190.

18  Cottrell, The Saxophone, 159-61.

19  Bruce Vermazen, “Six Brown Brothers,” in the Red Hot Jazz archive website, accessed March 29, 2015,

20  “San Antonio Siamese Twins, Daisy and Violet Hilton,” brochure reprint in Bob Hope American Variety, Library of Congress website,

21  Ruedeman, Early Works for Saxophone Quartet, 262.

22  Ruedeman, Early Works, 251.

23  Ruedeman, Early Works, 63.

24  Cottrell, The Saxophone, 119.

25  William Street, Appendix 1 in Cambridge Companion, 203.

26  Eugene Garfield and Ted Hegvik, “How Rudy Wiedoeft’s Saxophobia Launched the Saxual Revolution,” Current Comments: Institute for Scientific Information (Number 10, March 6, 1989): 68-72.

27  Thomas Smialek, The Saxophone Craze, CD liner notes (North American Saxophone Alliance, NASA-101, 2005).

28  Joseph M. Murphy, “Saxophone Instruction American Schools before 1940,” in The Bulletin of Historical Research in Music Education, Vol. 18, No.1, (1996): 6.

29  Larry Teal, The Art of Saxophone Playing (Princeton: Summy-Birchard Music, 1963), 9.

30  Cottrell, The Saxophone, 235.

31  Cottrell, The Saxophone, 237.

32  Cottrell, The Saxophone, 261.

33  Liley, Cambridge Companion, 55.

34  Cottrell, The Saxophone, 250-53.

35  Cottrell, The Saxophone, 246-50.

36  Steven Mauk, foreword to Larry Teal: There Will Never Be Another You by Mary Teal (North American Saxophone Alliance, 2008).

37  Cottrell, The Saxophone, 253-56.

38  “Grammy 2015: Complete list of winners and nominees,” accessed March 29, 2015,

Works Cited: "Spaceship Earth"

By Donald H. Peterson

1  Wikipedia. “Solar energy.” Accessed April 14, 2015.

Works Cited: "The Value of Student Agency"

By Michael Zimmerman

1  Association of American Colleges and Universities. “It Takes More than a Major: Employer Priorities for College Learning and Student Success.” Retrieved from

2  Bennnington College. “Bennington Student Handbook 2014-15.” Retrieved from

3  Hampshire College. “Mission and Vision.” Retrieved from

4  Liberal Education. (Spring 2013.) “Think about Your Thinking” by Nancy Koppelman. Retrieved from

5  Inside Higher Ed. (February 28, 2014.) “What I Learned in College” by Colleen Flaherty. Retrieved from



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