Two essays by Stefan Senders, assistant professor of rhetoric and writing, were published recently. His paper “Jus Sanguinis or Jus Mimesis: Rethinking Ethnic German Repatriation” was published in Coming Home to Germany? :The Integration of Ethnic Germans from Central and Eastern Europe in the Federal Republic since 1945, edited by David Rock and Stefan Wolff, and published by Berhan Books. The article proposed a new model for analyzing German citizenship law in light of Germany's repatriation policy. His second article was on Berlin, Germany, published by Grolier in The Encyclopedia of Urban Cultures, edited by Melvin and Carol Ember.