TLU Recognizes Faculty Authors & Editors

January 21, 2014

TLU Faculty Book or Chapter Authors/Editors

Books:

David Baer Associate Professor of Theology

“The Struggle of Hungarian Lutherans Under Communism”

Norm Beck Professor of Theology & Philosophy

“Lectionary Scripture Notes for Series C” and “Lectionary Scripture Notes, Cycle B”

Bill Squires Professor of Biology

“Exercise Physiology” written with Peter B. RavenDavid H. WassermanWilliam G. Squires and Tinker D. Murray.

Bill Davis Professor of Chemistry

“Physical Chemistry: A Modern Introduction” Second Edition

Steve Vrooman Associate Professor of Communication Studies

“The Zombie Guide to Public Speaking: Why Most Presentations Fail, and What You Can Do to Avoid Joining the Horde”

Ana María González Associate Professor of Spanish

“Déjame que te cuente...” Volume I and II in Bilingual Anthology of Stories by Hispanic Immigrants

“Sam Flores – A Conversation”

Chapters:

Rebecca Czuchry, Associate Professor of History

Wantonly Maltreated and Slain, Simply Because They Are Free: Racial Violence in South Texas During Reconstruction" in African Americans in South Texas History

To Punish and Humiliate the Entire Community:  Violence Perpetrated Against African-American Women in Texas 1865 – 1868 in “Unrepentant Rebels: Violence and Turmoil in Reconstruction Texas 1865-1874”

Phil Ruge-Jones, Associate Professor of Theology & Philosophy

Those Sitting Around Jesus in “From Text to Performance Cascade”

Oral Traditions in “The Oxford Encyclopedia of Biblical Interpretation”

Angie Sauer, Professor of History

A Weak Woman Standing Alone: Home, Nation and Gender in the Work of  German-Canadian Immigration Agent Elise von Koerber, 1872-1884 in “Beyond the Nation? Immigrants’ Local Lives in Transnational Cultures”

Agents of Transnationalism: German-Canadian Immigration Agents in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century in “Transnational Networks: German Migrants in the British Empire 1670-1914”

“Moving Women: Bourgeois Feminist Strategies in the 1870s and 1880s in  “Femmes sans frontières. Stratégies transnationales féminines face à la mondialisation”

The Construction of Borders: Building North American Nations, Building the North American Perimeter 1890s-1920s in “Migrants and Migrations in Modern North America”

1867 and All That: Teaching the American Survey as Continental North American History, in “Migrants and Migrations in Modern North America”

Melanie Thompson, Associate Professor of Business Administration & Economics

Constructing a Foundational Body of Knowledge in “The Pathways Commission: Charting a National Strategy for the Next Generation of Accountants “

Robin Bisha, Professor of Communication Studies

Women’s Transnational Activism Through the Lens of the Nobel Peace Prize, Nobel Women’s Initiative in "Femmes sans frontières. Stratégies transnationales féminines face à la mondialisation" (XVIIIe-XXIe siècles)

Jack Davidson, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Leibniz on Free Will in "Continuum Companion to Leibniz"

Terry Price, Associate Professor of Dramatic Media

Theatrical Design in Work's Changing Landscape in "The Value of Work, Interdisciplinary Perspectives"

Editors:

Beth Barry, English lecturer

Phil Ruge-Jones, Associate Professor of Theology & Philosophy

“The TLU Reader”

Clayton Jewett Visiting Assistant Professor of History

“The Battlefield and Beyond: Essays on the American Civil War”

Ana María González Associate Professor of Spanish

“La Cristiada”

“Poesías 1880 by Salomé Ureña de Henríquez”


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