March 2004 PublicationsMarch 1, 2004
Dr. William V. Davis, professor of English and Writer-in-Residence, had a poem titled "Leaves" published in The Heart of Autumn: Poems for the Season of Reflection by Beacon Press, edited by Robert Atwan (p. 63, 2003). He had an essay titled "I Remember Most My teachers" published in Ohio Today: Commemorating the Bicentennial of Ohio University: 1804-2004.
Dr. Gregory T. Garrett, professor of English, had a short story titled "The Hands of Christ" published in Windhover(pp. 215-224, 2003).
Dr. D. Thomas Hanks Jr., professor of English, had an article titled "Epilogue: Malory's Morte Darthur and the Place of the Voice" and a CD-ROM of readings titled "Malory Aloud" published in Arthuriana (Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 119-133, winter 2003). Dr. Hanks directed the readings and performed in two of them.
Dr. Maurice A. Hunt, chair and research professor of English, had an article titled "Reformation/Counter-Reformation Macbeth" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of English Studies.
Dr. Thomas S. Kidd, assistant professor of history, had an article titled "'Let Hell and Rome Do Their Worst': World News, the Catholic Threat and International Protestantism in Provincial Boston" published in The New England Quarterly (Vol. 76, No. 2, pp. 265-290, June 2003). He had an article titled "'Is It Worse to Follow Mahomet than the Devil?': Early American Uses of Islam" published in Church History (Vol. 72, No. 4, pp. 766-790, December 2003). He had an article titled "'Men are Not Perfect or Essentially Good': Finding Perry Miller and Reinhold Niebuhr's Common Ground" published in Christian Scholar's Review (Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 197-211, winter 2004).
Dr. Roger E. Kirk, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Statistics and Master Teacher, had articles titled "Latin Square" and "Maturation Effect" published in Sage Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods by Sage Publications, edited by Michael S. Lewis-Beck, Alan E. Bryman and Tim Futing Liao (2003).
Dr. Melanie McEwen, associate professor of nursing, had an article titled "Analysis of Spirituality Content in Nursing Textbooks" published in Journal of Nursing Education (Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 20-30, 2004).
Dr. John N. Ochola, interim associate director of the African Studies Program and assistant professor and collection development librarian, had reviews of The Church as the Bulwark Against Authoritarianism: Development of Church-State Relations in Kenya, with Particular Reference to the Years After Political Independence 1963-1992 by Gideon G. Githiga and Church, State and Society in Kenya: From Mediation to Opposition 1963-1993 by Galia Sabar published in Journal of Church and State (Vol. 45, No. 4, autumn 2003).
Dr. Ralph C. Wood, University Professor of Theology and Literature, had a book titled The Gospel According to Tolkien: Visions of the Kingdom in Middle-earth published by Westminster John Knox Press (2003). He had the following essays published: "Outward Faith, Inward Piety: The Dependence of Spirituality on Worship and Doctrine" in For All the Saints: Evangelical Theology and Christian Spirituality, edited by Timothy George and Alister McGrath (pp. 91-108, 2003); "Conflict and Convergence on Fundamental Matters in C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien" in Renascence (Vol. 55, No. 4, pp. 315-338, summer 2003); "Frodo's Faith: Middle-earth Truths" in Christian Century (Vol. 120, No. 18, pp. 20-25, Sept. 6, 2003); "Baylor Reaps the Enlightenment Whirlwind" on christianitytoday.com (posted Oct. 10, 2003); "The Place of the Virtues in The Lord of the Rings" in Mars Hill Audio Journal (Vol. 64, September-October 2003); and "The Lure of the Obvious in Peter Jackson's The Return of the King" on christianitytoday.com (posted Dec. 17, 2003). He had an interview titled "What Tolkien Knew -- and Believed" published in Pages (Vol. 38, September-October 2003).
Dr. Gaynor I. Yancey, assistant professor of social work, Dr. Robin K. Rogers, associate professor of social work, Dr. Jon E. Singletary, assistant professor of social work, Kelly Atkinson, assistant director of the FASTEN research project, and Lori Thomas, Virginia Commonwealth University, had a co-authored article titled "Public-private Partnerships: Interactions between Fath-based Organizations and Government Entities" accepted for publication in a forthcoming issue of Social Policy Journal.
Baylor faculty contributing essays to The Baptist and Christian Character of Baylor, published by Baylor University and edited by Dr. Donald D. Schmeltekopf, provost emeritus and The Hazel and Harry Chavanne Chair of Christian Ethics in Business, and Dr. Dianna M. Vitanza, associate professor of English (2003), included: "Foreword" by Bradley J. B. Toben, dean of the School of Law and The Governor Bill and Vara Faye Daniel Professor of Law; "A Christian University in the Baptist Tradition: History of a Vision" by Dr.Schmeltekopf; "The Christian University and the Connectedness of Knowledge" by Dr. C. Stephen Evans, University Professor of Philosophy and Humanities; "The Christian Narrative and Secular Academia" by Dr. James M. Bennighof, professor of music theory and vice provost for academic administration; "The Sciences at a Christian University" by Dr. Marianna A. Busch, chair and professor of chemistry and biochemistry; "University or Multiversity?" by Dr. Gerald B. Cleaver, assistant professor of physics; "The Integration of Faith and Scientific Inquiry" by Dr. M. David Rudd, professor of psychology and neoroscience and director of PsyD program; "Building the Faculty at a Christian University: The Significant Contribution Model" by Dr. Mikeal C. Parsons, professor of religion and The Kidd L. and Buna Hitchcock Macon Chair of Religion; "An Alternative Vision for Baylor" by Dr. Robert M. Baird, chair and professor of philosophy and Master Teacher; "Emphasizing 'Community' in a Community of Scholars" by Dr. Diana R. Garland, chair and professor of social work and director of the Center for Family and Community Ministries; "Unashamed and Unafraid" by Mark W. Osler, associate professor of law; "Hiring, Tenure and Promotion at the 'New' Baylor" by Dr. Charles A. Weaver III, professor of psychology and neuroscience; "The Convergence of Research and Institutional Mission: A Faculty Perspective" by Dr. Owen T. Lind, professor of biology; "Supporting the Mission: The Obligations of Faculty and Administration Alike" by Dr. Ralph C. Wood, University Professor of Theology and Literature; "How Tight to Draw the Circle?" by Dr. Marjorie J. Cooper, professor of marketing; "Let Us Not Presume: Making Room for the Loyal Critic" by Dr. Byron P. Newberry, associate professor of engineering; and "Baylor's Shared Baptist Vision" by Dr. Roger E. Olson, professor of theology at Truett Seminary.