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August 2013 faculty publications

Miki Felsenburg

Felsenburg

The following faculty had writings published in August 2013:

Fahrbach, Susan E. (Biology). Developmental Neuroscience: A Concise Introduction. Princeton University Press. August 2013.

Graham, Laura P., & Miriam E. Felsenburg. (School of Law). The Pre-Writing Handbook for Law Students: A Step-by-Step Guide. Carolina Academic Press. June 2013.

Laura Graham

Graham

McGuigan, James R., R. Charles Moyer, & Frederick H.deB. Harris. (Schools of Business). Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategies and Tactics, 13th ed. Cengage. July 2013.

Redmond, Mary Lynn. (Education). Action Research in the World Language Classroom. Information Age Publishing. June 2013.

Swier, Patricia, & Julia Riordan-Goncalves, Eds. (Romance Languages). Dictatorships in the Hispanic World: Transatlantic and Transnational Perspective. Fairleigh Dickinson. July 2013.

Zanish-Belcher, Tanya, & Anke Voss, Eds. (ZSR Library). Perspectives on Women’s Archives. Society of American Archivists. August 2013.

Parent, Wiethaus publish book with multiple WFU authors

Anthony Parent and Ulrike Wiethaus of Wake Forest have published a book which includes their own work as well as that of many other Wake Forest authors: “Trauma and Resilience in American Indian and African American Southern History.” It was published by Peter Lang Publishing in April.

Parent is a professor of history and American ethnic studies, and Wiethaus is a professor of religion and American ethnic studies, as well as being a 2013 Community Solutions Fellow with the Institute for Public Engagement.

Parent and Wiethaus wrote the introduction (“Un-doing Southern Silences”), and Parent wrote two chapters: “‘Home’ and ‘House’ in Harriet Jacobs’s Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl” and “Slave Songs as a Public Poetics of Resistance.”

Other Wake Forest authors and their chapter titles:

  • Beth Hopkins, director of outreach for the School of Law, “The Making of an African American Family”
  • Margaret Bender, associate professor of anthropology, “Language Loss and Resilience in Cherokee Medicinal Texts”
  • Margaret Zulick, associate professor of communication, “The Suppression of Native American Presence in the Protestant Myth of America”
  • Nina Maria Lucas; associate professor, director of dance, artistic director of the Dance Company; “Dancing as Protest: Three African American Choreographers, 1940–1960”
  • Christy Buchanan, professor of psychology; Joseph Grzywacz, associate director for research, Center for Worker Health, associate professor, department of Family and Community Medicine, School of Medicine; “African-American Mothers of Adolescents: Resilience and Strengths”
  • Stephen Boyd, John Allen Easley Professor of Religion, “The Visceral Roots of Racism”
  • More publications

    Steven GunkelIn addition to his work on this book, Gunkel has recently published three entries in the Encyclopedia of White-Collar and Corporate Crime (Sage; 2nd Edition; July 2013): “Bernard Madoff,” Insider Trading Sanctions Act,” and “Times Beach Contamination.”

  • Ronald Neal, visiting assistant professor of religion, “Race, Class, and the Traumatic Legacy of Southern Masculinity”
  • Ana-Maria Wahl, associate professor of sociology; and Steven Gunkel, lecturer in sociology; “‘Living High on the Hog’? Race, Class and Union Organizing in Rural North Carolina”

July 2013 faculty publications

The following faculty had writings published in July 2013:

Bardon, Adrian. (Philosophy). A Brief History of the Philosophy of Time. Oxford University Press. July 2013.

David Phillips Lynn BookBook, Lynn (Program for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship/Theatre), & David Phillips (Humanities), Eds. Creativity and Entrepreneurship: Changing Currents in Education and Public Life. Edward Elgar. May 2013.

Coughlin, Christine, Joan Malmud Rocklin, & Sandy Patrick. (School of Law). A Lawyer Writes: A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis, 2nd ed. Carolina Academic Press. June 2013.

Hall, Mark A., Mary Anne Bobinski, & David Orentlicher. (School of Law). The Law of Health Care Finance and Regulation, 3rd ed. Aspen Publishers. May 2013.

Hall, Mark A., Mary Anne Bobinski, & David Orentlicher. (School of Law). Medical Liability and Treatment Relationships, 3rd ed. Aspen Publishers. May 2013.

Hammond, J. Daniel, Steven G. Mederna, & John D. Singleton, Eds. (Economics). Chicago Price Theory (The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics series, #274). Edward Elgar. July 2013.

Kimbro, Stephanie. (School of Law, Adjunct). The Consumer Law Revolution: The Lawyer’s Guide to the Online Legal Marketplace. American Bar Association. July 2013.

Miller, Christian. (Philosophy). Moral Character: An Empirical Theory. Oxford University Press. July 2013.

Oberst, Robert C., Yogendra K. Malik, Charles H. Kennedy, et al. (Politics & International Affairs). Government and Politics in South Asia, 7th ed. Westview. July 2013.

Orentlicher, David, Mary Anne Bobinski, & Mark A. Hall. (School of Law). Bioethics and Public Health Law, 3rd ed. Aspen Publishers. May 2013.

Smith, Margaret Supplee. (Art, emerita). American Ski Resort: Architecture, Style, Experience. University of Oklahoma Press. July 2013.

West, G. Page (Schools of Business), & Robert M. Whaples (Economics), Eds. The Economic Crisis in Retrospect: Explanations by Great Economists. Edward Elgar. June 2013.

Young, Julian. (Philosophy). The Philosophy of Tragedy: From Plato to Žižek. Cambridge University Press. June 2013.

Miller writes book on moral character

Christian MillerChristian Miller, associate professor of philosophy and director of The Character Project at Wake Forest, has written a new book, “Moral Character: An Empirical Theory,” published in July by Oxford University Press.

In the book, Miller outlines a new picture of our moral character, which involves what are called mixed character traits.

Christian Miller's book, Moral CharacterHe says, “Most of our friends, colleagues, and even family members are not virtuous people. They may not have virtues such as compassion, honesty, or courage. But at the same time, they are not vicious people either. They do not have vices such as cruelty, dishonesty, or cowardice. Instead most people today have characters which do not qualify as either virtuous or vicious. They have many positive moral features, but many negative ones, too. Our characters are decidedly mixed, and are much more complex than we might have thought.”

Miller studies meta-ethics, moral psychology, moral character, action theory, and philosophy of religion. He is also the author of “Character and Moral Psychology” (forthcoming), and the editor of “The Continuum Companion to Ethics” (Continuum 2011) and “Essays in the Philosophy of Religion” (Oxford University Press 2006). The Character Project is funded by the John Templeton Foundation.

McWilliams, Beam produce paper on mentoring

Allison McWilliams

McWilliams

Lauren Beam

Beam

Allison McWilliams, the director of mentoring for the office of personal and career development, and Lauren Beam, the assistant director of programming and outreach for the OPCD, recently had a paper published in The Mentor, which is produced by Penn State University.

The paper, “Advising, Counseling, Coaching, Mentoring: Models of Developmental Relationships in Higher Education,” was based on a presentation that the two delivered last year at the International Mentoring Association conference.

Read the paper here »

June 2013 faculty publications

Jeff Holdridge

Holdridge

The following faculty had writings published in June 2013:

DeShazer, Mary K. (English and Women’s & Gender Studies). Mammographies: The Cultural Discourses of Breast Cancer Narratives. University of Michigan Press. June 2013.

Hall, Mark A., Mary Anne Bobinski, & David Orentlicher. (School of Law). Health Care Law and Ethics, 8th ed. Aspen Publishers. April 2013.

Holdridge, Jefferson. (English). Eruptions. Lapwing Publications. April 2013.

Publications: Dalton, Pisapia

Mary DaltonMary M. Dalton, a professor of communication, film studies and women’s and gender studies, published “‘Bad Teacher’ is Bad for Teachers” in the Journal of Popular Film and Video in a special issue titled “Teaching Popular Film and Television: Critical Media Literacy and Narratives in (Teacher) Education,” Volume 41, Issue 2, 2013, pages 78-87.

Michael PisapiaMichael Pisapia, an assistant professor in politics and international affairs, published “Gendering County Government and the End of 100,000 American School Districts, 1920-1970.” 2013. Publius: The Journal of Federalism (doi: 10.1093/publius/pjt025): 1-27.

May 2013 faculty publications

The following faculty had writings published in May 2013:

Cunningham, Patricia. (Education). What Really Matters in Vocabulary: Research-Based Practices Across the Curriculum, 2nd ed. Pearson. March 2013.

Parent, Anthony S., Jr. (History), & Ulrike Wiethaus (Religion), Eds. Trauma and Resilience in American Indian and African American Southern History. Peter Lang. April 2013.

Yamagishi, Takakazu, & Michael C. Pisapia. (Politics & International Affairs). American Politics from American and Japanese Perspectives. Daigaku Kyoiku Shuppan. March 2013.

April 2013 faculty publications

The following faculty had writings published in April 2013:

Bardon, Adrian, & Heather Dyke, Eds. (Philosophy). A Companion to the Philosophy of Time (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy series). Wiley-Blackwell. April 2013.

Fisher, Louis, & Katy J. Harriger. (Politics & International Affairs). American Constitutional Law, 10th ed. Carolina Academic Press. March 2013.

Hyde, Michael J., & James A. Herrick, Eds. (Communication). After the Genome: A Language for Our Biotechnological Future (Studies in Rhetoric and Religion series). Baylor University Press. April 2013.

Pressley, Lauren, Craig Fansler, Kevin Gilbertson, Rebecca Petersen, Kaeley McMahan, Gretchen Edwards, & Audra Eagle Yun, Eds. (Z. Smith Reynolds Library). Research like a Librarian: Accessing Information in the 21st Century. WFU Digital Publishing. April 2013.

Whaples, Robert M., & Randall E. Parker, Eds. (Economics). The Routledge Handbook of Modern Economic History (Routledge International Handbooks). Routledge. March 2013.

Dalton publishes chapter about teachers on TV

Mary DaltonMary M. Dalton and Laura R. Linder published “Teacher TV: Iconic Images of Teachers on American Television” in How “the Teacher” Is Presented in Literature, History, Religion, and the Arts: Cross-cultural Analyses of a Stereotype eds. Raymond McCluskey and Stephen Mckinney. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 225-236, March 15, 2013.

Dalton is a professor of communication, film studies, and women’s and gender studies and the co-director of the Documentary Film Program.