April 2004 Publications

April 12, 2004
Dr. Jesse T. Airaudi, senior lecturer in English, had an article titled "Preface to Lyrical Ballads, A.D. 1492: Wordsworth's 'Meanest Flower' and Wang Yang-ming's 'Principle of Bamboo' as the Universal jen of Romanticism" published in Palma Research Journal (Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 19-40, 2003).

Kelly M. Atkinson, assistant director of FASTEN, and Dr. Gaynor I. Yancey, assistant professor of social work, had a co-authored article titled "The Impact of Caring in Faith-based Social Service Programs: What Participants Say" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Social Work and Christianity.

Dr. Francis J. Beckwith, associate director of the J.M. Dawson Institute of Church-State Studies and associate professor of church-state studies, had the following articles published: "Choice Words: A Critique of the New Pro-life Rhetoric" in Touchstone (pp. 55-62, January/February 2004); "When You Come to a Fork in the Road, Take It?: Abortion, Personhood and the Jurisprudence of Neutrality" in Journal of Church and State (Vol. 44, No. 3, pp. 485-487, summer 2003); "Roe v. Wade: Its Logic and Its Legacy" in The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology (Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 4-29, summer 2003); "Consent, Abortion and the Pre-natal Rapist: A Brief Critique of McDonagh's Suggested Revision of Roe v. Wade," co-authored with Steven Thomas, in Journal of Libertarian Studies (Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 1-16, spring 2003); "Science and Religion 20 Years After McLean v. Arkansas: Evolution, Public Education and the Challenge of Intelligent Design" in Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy (Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 456-499, spring 2003); "Public Education, Religious Establishment and the Challenge of Intelligent Design" in Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy (Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 461-519, 2003); and "Theism, Miracles and the Modern Mind" in The Rationality of Theism, edited by Paul Mosser and Paul Copan, published by Routledge (pp. 221-236, 2003).

Dr. Curtis Wallace Christian, professor emeritus of religion, had a book titled Covenant and Commandment: A Study of the Ten Commandments in the Context of Grace published by Smyth and Helwys (2004).

Dr. Robert G. Collmer, emeritus distinguished professor of English, had an article titled "Three Women of Asolo: Caterina Cornaro, Katharine de Kay Bronson and Eleonora Duse" published in Mediterranean Studies (Vol. 12, pp. 155-167, 2003).

Dr. Phillip J. Donnelly, assistant professor of literature, had an article titled "Paradise Regained as Rule of Charity: Religious Toleration and the End of Typology" published in Milton Studies (Vol. 43, 2004).

Dr. Joe B. Fulton, associate professor of English, had an article titled "Sounding the 'Muddy Depth of Soul History': Johann Gottlieb Fichte's Influence on Davis's 'Life in the Iron Mills'" published in South Atlantic Review. He had an article titled "Q: What Do Socrates and the Shorter Catechism Have in Common? A: Dialogic Influences on Mark Twain's What is Man?" published in Essays in Arts and Sciences (October 2003).

Dr. Stephen L. Gipson, professor of chemistry, and Jungsook Kim, Baylor graduate student, had a co-authored article titled "Oxidatively Induced One-Electron Reductive Elimination of Pentafluorophenyl From [Mo(C6F5)(CO)5]" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Polyhedron.

Dr. Gloria K. Gitlin, lecturer in English, had a book titled The Simplicity of Grammar published by Thomson Custom Publishing (2003).

Dr. Barry G. Hankins, associate professor of history and church-state studies, had a book titled The Second Great Awakening and the Transcendentalists published by Greenwood Press (2004).

Kathy R. Hillman, associate professor and acquisitions librarian, had an article titled "Catching Up With Kathy" published in the resource publication of Woman's Missionary Union of Texas (January 2004).

Dr. Joseph Jeyaraj, assistant professor of English, had an essay titled "Liminality and Othering: The Issue of Rhetorical Authority in Technical Discourse" published in a special issue of The Journal of Business and Technical Communication (Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 9-38, January 2004).

Dr. J. Mark Long, director of the Middle East Studies Program and assistant professor in The Honors College and church-state studies, had a book titled Saddam's War of Words: politics, Religion and the Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait published by University of Texas Press (2004).

Dr. Kevin G. Pinney, associate professor of chemistry, had a co-authored article titled "Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of 2-(4-Fluorophenoxy)-2-phenyl-ethyl Piperazines as Serotonin-Selective Reuptake Inhibitors With a Potentially Improved Adverse Reaction Profile" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry. Co-authors are James M. Dorsey, Baylor graduate, Maria G. Miranda, Baylor graduate student, and Dr. Nicholas V. Cozzi, PhysioGenix Inc..
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