Miguel-Prendes, Sol. (Spanish & Italian). Narrating Desire: Moral Consolation and Sentimental Fiction in Fifteenth-Century Spain. The University of North Carolina Press. 2019.
Neal, Lynn S. (Study of Religions). Religion in Vogue: Christianity and Fashion in America. New York University Press. 2019.
Rogers, Melissa. (Divinity). Faith in American Public Life. Forward by E.J. Dionne Jr. Baylor University Press. 2019.
Congratulations to Wake Forest faculty who have received promotions, effective July 1.
Promotion to Full Professor
Fred Chen, Economics
Adam Friedman, Education
Jed Macosko, Physics
Rebecca Morrow, School of Law
Lynn Neal, Study of Religions
Wayne Pratt, Psychology
Sarah Raynor, Mathematics and Statistics
Fred Salsbury, Physics
Michelle Voss Roberts, School of Divinity
Promotion to Associate Professor
Mark Alan Brown, Education
Amy Catanzano, English
Benjamin Coates, History
Chanchal Dadlani, Art
Sara Dahill-Brown, Politics and International Affairs
Robert Erhardt, Mathematics & Statistics
Eranda Jayawickreme, Psychology
Eric Jones, Anthropology
Zak Lancaster, English
Ronald Neal, Study of Religions
John Oksanish, Classical Languages
Jennifer Priem, Communication
Ron Von Burg, Communication
Ke Zhang, Biology
Promotion to Full Professor of Legal Writing
Harold Lloyd, School of Law
Abigail Perdue, School of Law
Promotion to Senior Librarian
Steve Kelley, Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Promotion to Associate Teaching Professor
Eric Ekstrand, English
Heath Greene, Psychology
Anna Kate Lack, Biology
Eric Stottlemyer, English
Brian Warren, Classical Languages
Elisabeth Whitehead, English
Promotion to Full Professor of the Practice
Justin Green, Communication
Promotion to Associate Professor of the Practice
Chris Martin, Theatre and Dance
Categories: Inside WFU
Lynn Neal, associate professor of the study of religions, recently received the Award for Excellence in Teaching from the American Academy of Religion (AAR). The award recognizes the importance of teaching and honors outstanding teaching in the field.
An interview with her will be featured in an upcoming edition of Religious Studies News. She will also be the featured speaker at a forum at the 2017 AAR annual meeting in Boston.
Neal joined the Wake Forest faculty in 2006. She earned her doctorate in religious studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Neal teaches courses in American religious history, religion and popular culture, and religious intolerance. Her current research examines the intersection of religion and fashion. Her writings include “Romancing God: Evangelical Women and Inspirational Fiction” and “Evangelical Love Stories: The Triumphs and Temptations of Romantic Fiction.” She is the co-editor of “Religious Intolerance in America: A Documentary History” and has published other works on that topic.
Categories: Faculty News
See a list of faculty milestones for August 2016: Read more
Please find below a list of academic department chairs and their administrative assistants for 2015-2016, as of July 1, 2015: