October 25th, 2013 | Faculty News
Former professor Margaret Supplee “Peggy” Smith has written a new book, “American Ski Resort: Architecture, Style, Experience,” that meticulously traces the architectural evolution of ski resorts from the 1930s to the 1990s. She presents a compelling case that ski resorts are a distinctly American type of architecture and one worthy of study.
Smith, who retired as Harold W. Tribble Professor of Art in 2011 after 32 years at Wake Forest, will have a book signing on Sunday, Oct. 27, from 1-3 p.m., at Ski and Tennis Station in Winston-Salem. If you miss her there, she’ll also be signing books on Saturday, Dec. 7, from 2–4 p.m., at Barnes & Noble, also in Winston-Salem.
Read more about Smith and her new book on the Wake Forest Magazine site »
June 25th, 2012 | Faculty News
The following faculty had writings published in May 2012:
Roniger, Luis, James Green, & Pablo Yankelevich, Eds. (Political Science). Exile and the Politics of Exclusion in the Americas. Sussex Academic Press. April 2012.
Wiethaus, Ulrike, & Brothers of the Buffalo Prayer Circle, Eds. (Religion). Brothers of the Buffalo Speak Up: Contemporary American Indian Prison Writings. CreateSpace. April 2012.
May 17th, 2012 | Faculty News
The following faculty had writings published in April 2012:
Goddard, Jason & Bill Marcum. (Business). Real Estate Investment: A Value Based Approach. Springer. April 2012.
Wong, Yue-Ling. (Computer Science). Digital Media Primer, 2nd edition. Prentice Hall. February 2012.
May 16th, 2012 | Faculty News
- Mary M. Dalton presented “Integrating Entrepreneurship into the Traditional Documentary Curriculum” at the Broadcast Education Association Conference in Las Vegas on April 16, 2012.
- Candyce Leonard published the book Teatro espanol del siglo XXI: actos de globalizacion (Winston-Salem, Editorial Teatro)
April 27th, 2012 | Faculty News
- Sarah Jeong’s paper, “Core Resources on Time Series Analysis for Academic Libraries: A Selected, Annotated Bibliography,” has been published in the Charleston Conference Proceedings 2010 (K. Strauch, B.R. Bernhardt, & L.H. Hinds, Eds., Charleston, SC: Against the Grain Press, pp. 200-209). Jeong is the science librarian at Z. Smith Reynolds Library.
- Congratulations to ZSR Library faculty Mary Beth Lock, director of access services, and Mary Scanlon, business & economics librarian, on the recent publication of their co-edited book: Krautter, M., Lock, M. B., & Scanlon, M. G. (2012). “The entrepreneurial librarian: Essays on the infusion of private-business dynamism into professional service.” Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company.
March 19th, 2012 | Faculty News
The following faculty had writings published in February 2012:
Harnois, Catherine. (Sociology). Feminist Measures in Survey Research. SAGE. January 2012.
Nielsen, Linda. (Education). Father-Daughter Relationships: Contemporary Research and Issues. Routledge. January 2012.
Wilson, Eric. (English). Everybody Loves a Good Train Wreck: Why We Can’t Look Away. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. February 2012.
February 14th, 2012 | Faculty News
Will Walldorf, an assistant professor of political science, have been awarded a research fellowship from the Earhart Foundation that buys out his classes this semester in order to work on a new book tentatively titled, “The Democracy Consensus and Patterns of Forceful Regime Change in United States Foreign Policy, 1900-2011.”
The book focuses on changes in the nation’s mood about promoting democracy abroad from 1900-2011 and discusses ways that that that mood affects patterns of forceful regime change in U.S. foreign policy. It carries direct relevance to recent wars in Iraq and Libya, while also helping us understand current and future U.S. responses to the Arab Spring.
Read Walldorf’s profile »
February 8th, 2012 | Faculty News
J.K. Curry, associate professor chair of theatre history, edited the volume Theatre Symposium, v. 19, Theatre and Film, which has been published by the University of Alabama Press. [ISBN 978-0-8173-7006-0]
February 6th, 2012 | Faculty News
Claudia Kairoff, professor of English, has published a monograph entitled Anna Seward and the End of the Eighteenth Century (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012), 308 + xiii pp.
December 12th, 2011 | Staff News
Patricia Hall-Bolling is a mother of four, radio host and author of a book, Ammunition for God’s Soldiers. She’s busy pursuing a degree in creative writing with a minor in communication.
Despite all that, she has time to work night hours at the Wake Forest gatehouse as a campus police officer.
“I smile at everyone who comes through,” she says.
Read more about Hall-Bolling in The Old Gold & Black »