From awards to publications to presentations, the Department of Communication has written a roundup of faculty news to share:
A letter from President Nathan Hatch to the community
Dear Wake Forest Faculty, Staff and Students,
Commencement season is a time of celebration and new beginnings for those about to graduate. It is also a time to say thank you and bid farewell to many of our friends, colleagues and mentors who have made Wake Forest University their home.
Please join me in congratulating and commemorating a marvelous class of Reynolda Campus faculty and staff retiring from Wake Forest this year. We are profoundly grateful for the countless contributions from this remarkable group of individuals, who together have more than 600 years of service to the University:
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The following faculty had writings published in December 2012:
Bueno, Lourdes, John Gabriele, & Candyce Leonard, Eds. (Humanities). Acto seguido: el personaje del teatro español contemporáneo a escena. Estreno. May 2012.
Carrasco, Jacqueline. (Music). Developing Virtuosity: A Supplemental Method for Teaching Strings, Violin – Books 2 & 3 [Commercial Recording; Performance]. Latham Music Enterprises. 2012.
Cunningham, Patricia, & James Cunningham. (Education). What Principals Need to Know About Teaching and Learning Reading, 2nd ed. Solution Tree. September 2012.
Johnston, Lucas. (Religion). Religion and Sustainability: Social Movements and the Politics of the Environment. Equinox. December 2012.
Kuberski, Philip. (English). Kubrick’s Total Cinema: Philosophical Themes and Formal Qualities. Continuum. August 2012.
Leonard, Bill, & Jill Crainshaw, Eds. (Divinity). Encyclopedia of Religious Controversies in the United States, Vol. 1 & 2, 2nd ed. ABC-CLIO. December 2012.
Plageman, Nathan. (History). Highlight Saturday Night: Popular Music and Social Change in Urban Ghana (African Expressive Cultures). Indiana University Press. December 2012.
Siebert, Glenn, & Peter Kairoff. (Music). George Whitefield Chadwick: Songs. [Commercial Recording; Performance]. Albany Records. December 2012.
Sloan, Michael. (Classical Languages). The Harmonius Organ of Sedulius Scottus. De Gruyter. September 2012.
Stacy, Helen, & Win-Chiat Lee, Eds. (Philosophy). Economic Justice: Philosophical and Legal Perspectives (AMINTAPHIL: The Philosophical Foundations of Law and Justice). Springer. September 2012.
Warren, Carl, James Reeve, & Jonathan Duchac. (Schools of Business). Accounting, 25th ed. South-Western. November 2012.
Warren, Carl, James Reeve, & Jonathan Duchac. (Schools of Business). Corporate Financial Accounting, 12th ed. South-Western. November 2012.
Warren, Carl, James Reeve, & Jonathan Duchac. (Schools of Business). Financial Accounting, 13th ed. South-Western. November 2012.
Warren, Carl, James Reeve, & Jonathan Duchac. (Schools of Business). Financial & Managerial Accounting, 12th ed. South-Western. November 2012.
Warren, Carl, James Reeve, & Jonathan Duchac. (Schools of Business). Managerial Accounting, 12th ed. South-Western. November 2012.
Jarrod Atchison presented the papers “Open Source Evidence: An Analysis of the First Year”; “Spectrum of Interrogation: Developing a New Vocabulary for Affirmative Cases in Intercollegiate Policy Debate”; and “The Role of Evidence Production, Consumption and Communication in an Era of Digital Information.” Jarrod participated in the panel “Creating Community in Forensics: Roundtable Discussion with DOFs” and the Cross Examination Debate Association business meeting at the National Communication Association Conference in Orlando, Florida.
Michael D. Hazen participated in the panel “Celebrating the COMMunity of Japan-U.S. Communication Scholarship: Past, Present, and Future of Theory and Practice.” He also participated in the business meeting for the Eurasian Communication Association of North America division and chaired the Intercultural Competence and Variations in Cultural Patterning division at the National Communication Association Conference in Orlando, Florida.
Candyce Leonard published a review of the book “El teatro de los hermanos Álvarez Quintero” [The Theatre of the Alvarez Quintero Brothers] for the theatre journal Estreno 38.2 (2012): 128-130. She also organized and chaired a session titled “The Discourse of Time and Space in Contemporary Spanish Theatre” at the Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference, Oct 18-20. She also presented the paper “Federico Garcia Lorca and Artistic Freedom: La casa de Bernarda Alba” in a session title “Spanish Theatre at the Global Crossroads” at the same conference.
Michael Hyde participated in the panel “Confronting the Hermeneutic Imaginary: Author Meets Critics”at the National Communication Association Conference in Orlando, Florida. He also published the book ‘Openings: Acknowledging Essential Moments in Human Communication’ (Baylor University Press, 2012). “Openings engages philosophy, science, the arts, theology, and popular culture, all to demonstrate the profound importance of the possibility of openness to the human experience. In every situation, Hyde contends, this posture of conscious openness to the individuals, events, and places that surround us has noticeable effects on the way we — and others — experience the reality of existence.”
The following faculty had writings published in September 2012:
Gabriele, John P., & Candyce Leonard, Trans. (Communication). Teatro espanol del siglo XXI: actos de globalizacion by Juan Manuel Romero Garriz, Irene Mazariegos Vela, & Fernando J. Lopez. Editorial Teatro. May 2012.
Hyde, Michael J. (Communication). Openings: Acknowledging Essential Moments in Human Communication. Baylor University Press. September 2012.
Pinder, Jonathan. (Schools of Business). Elementary Stochastic Optimization: Data Driven Decision Making. Café Press (self-published). August 2012.