View books and articles produced by past Baylor Faculty Fellows on our Publications page.
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Elizabeth Goatley, School of Social Work, "Nothing New for Easter: The Role of Kentucky Churches in the Civil Rights Movement"
Lewis Lummer, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, "Legacy of Rev. Carter Bearden, the Deaf Pioneering Pastor of America"
Angela Reed and Robert Creech, Truett Seminary, "Longevity in Congregational Vocational Ministry among Texas Baptists"
Guilherme Almeida, Department of Theater Arts, "Musical and Theological Education as Foreign Missions: The Brazilian Experience"
Marshall Magnusen, Department of Health, Human Performance, and Recreation, "Training Giants: Al Vermeil, the Chicago Bulls, and the Story of Strength and Conditioning in the NBA"
Mia Moody-Ramirez and Cassy Burleson, Department of Journalism, Public Relations, and New Media, "The Jasper Dragging Incident--Ten Years Later"
Tanya Brice, School of Social Work, "Called Out of Darkness: Race and the Churches of Christ"
Cassy Burleson and Mia Moody, Department of Journalism and Media Arts, "The Jasper Dragging Incident Ten Years Later"
Lorynn R. Divita, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, "Junior League of Waco: Seventy-Five Years of Community Heritage and Hope"
Sheila Gloer, School of Education, "Paisano Baptist Encampment: The Story of a Faith Community, Cowboy Style"
Michael Alexander, School of Music, "The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Texas Orchestra Directors Association"
Janet Bagby and Lucy M. Barnard-Brak, School of Education, "College Experiences of Post 9-11 Veterans"
Lynne R. Baker, Department of Environmental Science, "Sacred Monkeys of Nigeria"
T. Laine Scales, School of Education, & A. David Mangelsdorff, Army-Baylor Program, "Sixty Years of Partnership: A History of the Army-Baylor Health & Business Administration Program at Ft. Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas"
Gayle R. Avant, Department of Political Science, "Political Party Transition in McLennan County"
Robert Darden, Department of Journalism, "Trouble So Hard: Black Sacred Music and the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S."
Jerold Waltman, Department of Political Science, "City of Boerne v Flores"