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Faculty promotions announced

Congratulations to Wake Forest faculty who have received promotions, effective July 1.

Promotion to Full Professor

Erik Johnson, Biology
John Petrocelli, Psychology
Kendall Tarte, French Studies
Timo Thonhauser, Physics
Julie Wayne, School of Business

Promotion to Associate Professor

Christina Dalton, Economics
Francis Flanagan, Economics
T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, Classics
Sarah Hogan, English
Tiffany Judy, Spanish and Italian Studies
Dónal Mulcahy, Education
Andrew Rodekohr, East Asian Languages and Cultures
Joanna Ruocco, English
Katherine Shaner, School of Divinity
Penelope Sinanoglou, History
John Sumanth, School of Business
Mir Yarfitz, History

Promotion to Professor of Law

Harold Lloyd, School of Law
Andrew Verstein, School of Law

Promotion to Clinical Professor of Law

Mark Rabil, School of Law

Promotion to Senior Librarian

Lauren Corbett

Promotion to Librarian

Mary Beth Lock, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Promotion to Full Teaching Professor

Leah Roy, Theatre & Dance

Promotion to Associate Teaching Professor

Rian Bowie, English
Jenny Pyke, English
Ali Sakkal, Education
Randi Saloman, English
Silvia Tiboni-Craft, Spanish and Italian
David Wren, Chemistry

Promotion to Associate Professor of the Practice

Brian Calhoun, Education
Chris Copeland, School of Divinity
James Ross, Health & Exercise Science

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Faculty books: May 2018

Coates, David. (Politics & International Affairs). Flawed Capitalism: The Anglo-American Condition and Its Resolution (Building Progressive Alternatives series). Agenda Publishing. May 2018.

Curtis, Michael Kent, J. Wilson Parker, William G. Ross, Davison M Douglas, & Paul Finkelman. (Law). Constitutional Law in Context, 4th ed. Carolina Academic Press. March 2018.

Hall, Mark A., David Orentlicher, Mary Anne Bobinski, Nicholas Bagley, & I. Glenn Cohen. (Law). Health Care Law and Ethics, 9th ed. (Aspen Casebook series). Wolters Kluwer. February 2018.

Hogan, Sarah. (English). Other Englands: Utopia, Capital, and Empire in an Age of Transition. Stanford University Press. May 2018.

Lee, Wei-chin. (Politics & International Affairs). Taiwan’s Political Re-Alignment and Diplomatic Challenges (Politics and Development of Contemporary China series). Palgrave Macmillan. May 2018.

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Hogan wins award from Society for Utopian Studies

Sarah HoganOn  Nov. 16, Sarah Hogan, a new assistant professor in English, received the Arthur O. Lewis Award at the annual meeting of the Society for Utopian Studies.

The Lewis award, given annually by the organization, recognizes the best paper by a younger scholar (generally defined as untenured) presented at the previous conference. Hogan received the award for “What More Means Now: Utopia, Occupy, and the Commons,” her essay on the continued legacy and contemporary relevance of Thomas More’s “Utopia.”

The essay was published this fall in “Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies,” and will be reprinted in the forthcoming anthology, “The Next Generation: Emerging Voices in Utopian Studies.”

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July 2013 comings and goings

See a list of employees joining and leaving the University in July 2013: Read more

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