Faculty Publications Bibliography

KIMBERLY GREENE ANGLE

 

            Angle, Kimberly Greene.  Hummingbird.   New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2008.

 

            Angle, Kimberly Greene.  “Profiles:  An Interview with Amy Hudock.”   Literary Mama. (e-zine).              http://www.literarymama.com/profiles/archives/001457.html

 

            Angle, Kimberly Greene.  “Forecasts.” Literary Mama: Readings for the Maternally Inclined. 

             Eds. Andrea J. Buchanan and Amy Hudock.  Emeryville, CA: Seal Press, 2006, 121-131. 

 

            Angle, Kimberly Greene.  “The Fort.”  In The South Atlantic Coast and Piedmont: A Literary  Field Guide (Stories from Where We Live).  Ed. Sara St. Antoine.  Minneapolis, MN:    Milkweed         Editions, 2006.              http://www.milkweed.org/component/option,com_phpshop/page,shop.browse/ca            tegory_id,35/Itemid,40/

 

            Angle, Kimberly Greene. “Wisteria.”  Crossroads: A Southern Culture Annual. 1 (2004): 121-132.

 

            Angle, Kimberly Greene.  “The Geometry of Return: Journal at Sugar Creek, on McLaughlin     Home Place, near Helena, Georgia.”  The Chattahoochee Review 23.2 (2003): 31-36.

 

            Angle, Kimberly Greene.  “Sisterpaths.”  Skirt! Magazine for Women.  (Aug. 2003): 32-33.

 

            Angle, Kimberly Greene.  “A Place to Begin.”  South Carolina Wildlife 49.3 (May-June 2002):

            26-29.

 

Angle, Kimberly Greene.  “Whisperings of Oak Leaves.”    Weavings: A Journal of the Christian

            Spiritual Life, Courage  12.3 (May-June 1997): 27-35. http://www.upperroom.org/weavings/index.asp

 

Angle, Kimberly Greene.  “Flannery O’Connor’s Literary Art: Spiritual Portraits in Negative Space.”  Flannery O’Connor Bulletin 23 (1994-95): 158-74.

 

 

KEVIN AUMAN

 

 

Auman, Kevin (Producer & Director). (2007). Ruth Bell Graham; Celebrating an Extraordinary Life [CD].

             Nashville, TN:  Thomas Nelson.

 

 

DAVID BARRATT

 

Barratt. David, Martin H. Manser, Pieter J. Lalleman, and Julius Steinberg.   Critical Companion to            the Bible: a Literary ReferenceNew York:  Facts on File, 2009.

 

Barratt, DavidNarnia:  C. S. Lewis and His WorldGrand Rapids, MI: Kregel Press, 2005.

 

Barratt, David, Roger Pooley, and Leland Ryken.  The Discerning Reader: Christian Perspectives on     Literature and TheoryLeicester, England: Apollos, 1995.

 

 

GREGG BLANTON

 

 

Blanton, Gregg. (in press) Mind Over Marriage: How to Improve Interpersonal Relationships through Centering

            Prayer. New York: Lantern Books.

 

Blanton, Gregg. “The Other Mindful Practice: Centering Prayer and Psychotherapy.” Pastoral

            Psychology 60 (2011): 133-147.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “Integrating Postmodern and Christian Contemplative Thought:  Building a    Theoretical Framework.”  Journal of Psychology and Christianity 27.1 (Spring 2008): 73-84.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “Adding Silence to Stories:  Narrative Therapy and Contemplation.”  Contemporary             Family Therapy 29 (2007): 211-221.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “Introducing Letter Writing into Christian Psychotherapy.”  Journal of           Psychology and Christianity 25.1 (Spring 2006): 77-88.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “How to Talk to Christian Clients About Their Spiritual Lives:  Insights from   Postmodern Family Therapy.”  Pastoral Psychology 54.2 (November 2005): 93-101.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “Narrative Family Therapy and Spiritual Direction: Do They Fit?”  Journal     of          Psychology and Christianity 24.1 (2005): 68-79.

 

Blanton, Gregg. “Creating Narratives from Meditation: A Model for Marital Therapy.”         Marriage and Family: A Christian Journal (2004).

 

Blanton, GreggReview of The Mirror of God: Christian Faith as Spiritual Practice, by James W.     Jones.  The Christian Scholar’s Review 33.4 (Summer 2004): 594-96.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “Opening Space for Dialogue Between Postmodern Therapists and             Evangelical      Clients.”  The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families 12.4 (October 2004):      375-382.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “The Use of Christian Meditation with Religious Couples: A Collaborative

            Language Systems Perspective.”  Journal of Family Psychotherapy 13:3/4 (2002): 291-307.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “A Model for Supervising Undergraduate Internships.” Teaching of Psychology     28:3 (Summer 2001): 217-19.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “Christian Meditation in Marital Therapy: a Manual for Clients.”  Eds. Leon    VandeCreek and Thomas L Jackson. Innovations in Clinical Practice: A Source Book, Volume 19.         Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Exchange, Inc., 2001, 451-58.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “Effects of a Group Treatment Model for the Predivorced on Participants’     Level    of Ambivalence.” Family Journal 4:1 (January 1996): 22-30.

 

Blanton, Gregg.  “A Manual for Time-limited Group Treatment with Separated Couples.”  In               Innovations in Clinical Practice: A Source Book, Volume 14.            Eds. Leon VandeCreek, Samuel         Knapp,and Thomas L Jackson.  Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Exchange, Inc., 1995,      309-322.

   

 

ANDREW BOBILYA

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Lynn Akey, and Donald Mitchell, Jr. “Outcomes of a Spiritually Focused Wilderness Orientation Program.” Journal of Experiential Education 33.4 (2011): 301-322.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J. “Editors’ Notes.” Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership 3.1 (2011): 1-2.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Kenneth R. Kalisch, and Brad Daniel. “An Investigation of the Outward Bound Final Expedition.” Journal of Experiential Education 33.4 (2011): 356-359.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Kenneth R. Kalisch, and Brad Daniel. “The Outward Bound Final Expedition: Exploring the Effect of Instructor Positioning on the Student Experience.” Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education and Leadership 3.2 (2011): 80-83.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., T. Holman, B. Lindsey,  and L. H. McAvoy.  “Developing Trends and Issues in    U. S. Outdoor and Adventure-based Experiential Education Programming.” Journal of

            Outdoor Recreation, Education and Leadership 2:3 (2010): 301-321.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Brad Daniel, and Kenneth R. Kalisch.  “Outward Bound Solo: A Study of        

             Participants’ Perceptions.” Journal of Experiential Education 34.1 (2011): 1-18.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Lynn Akey, and Donald Mitchell, Jr.  “Outcomes of a Spiritually-Focused Wilderness Orientation Program.”  Journal of Experiential Education 31.3 (2009): 440-443.

 

Bobilya, Andrew. J. and Brad Daniel.  “The Life of Eleanor Duckworth.”  In Beyond Dewey and Hahn: Foundations for Experiential Education, Volume I.  Eds. Thomas E. Smith and Clifford E Knapp.  Lake Geneva, WI: Raccoon Institute, 2009, 113-122.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Brad Daniel, Kenneth R. Kalisch, and B. Lindley.  “Lessons from the Outward Solo: Intended Transfer of Learning.”  Conference Proceedings of the 2009 National Conference on Outdoor LeadershipBradford Woods, IN: Wilderness Education Association, 2009.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J.,  Brad Daniel, Kenneth R. Kalisch, and B. Lindley.  “Benefits and Strategies for Facilitating Solitary Reflection on W.E.A. Courses.”  Conference Proceedings of the 2009 National Conference on Outdoor LeadershipBradford Woods, IN: Wilderness Education Association, 2009.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Leo McAvoy, and Tom Holman. “Trends and Issues in Outdoor Adventure Programming: Perspectives from Practitioners and Scholars.” Taproott 18.1 (Spring/Summer 2008): 17-24.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., and Brad Daniel.  “The Basics of Backcountry Camping.”  In Hiking and Backpacking: Outdoor Adventures.  Eds. Marni Goldberg and Bruce Martin.  Champaign, IL:  Human Kinetics, 2008, 179-210.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J. and Kenneth R. Kalisch.  “The Wilderness Solo: The Effect of Intentional Design.”  In Research in Outdoor Education, Volume 8.   Ed. M. Deborah Bialeschki.  Cortland, NY: Coalition for Education in the Outdoors, 2006, 145-146.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J. in Outdoor Experiential Leadership: Scenarios Describing Incidents, Dilemmas, and Opportunities.  Eds. Tom Smith and Pete Allison.  Lake Geneva, WI: Raccoon Institute Publications, 2007.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Brad Daniel and Kenneth R. Kalisch.  “The Life Significance of the Wilderness Solo and Strategies for Intentional Solo Design: A Summary of Two Studies.” The Journal of the Wilderness Education Association 18.3 (Winter 2006): 11-18.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Leo McAvoy, and Kenneth R. Kalisch.  “The Power of the Instructor in the Solo Experience: An Empirical Study and Some Non-empirical Questions.” Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning 5.1 (2005): 35-50.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Kenneth R. Kalisch, and Leo McAvoy. “An Investigation of the Role of the Instructor in the Solo Experience.”  Journal of Experiential Education 27.3 (2005): 318-321.

 

Bobilya, Andrew, J., Kenneth R. Kalisch, Leo H. McAvoy, and Jeffrey A. Jacobs.  “A Mixed-method       Investigation of the Solo in a Wilderness Experience Program.”   In Research in Outdoor         Education, Volume 7.  Ed. Karen Paisley, et al. Cortland, NY: Coalition for Education in the      Outdoors, 2005, 1-18.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J. and J Maxson.  “Inclusive Adventure Programming: A Brief Background and an Introduction to Suggested Strategies.”  Horizon: Newsletter of the Association for Experiential Education. (July 2005): http://www.aee2.org/horizons/student_perspectives.html

 

Bobilya, Andrew J.,  Jeffrey A. Jacobs., and Leo H. McAvoy,  “An Analysis of the Effects of Summer Camp Employment on Emotional Intelligence.”   In Research in Outdoor Education, Volume 7.  Ed. Karen Paisley, et al. Cortland, NY: Coalition for Education in the Outdoors, 2005, 73-89.

 

Bobilya, Andrew. J. “Wilderness, Solitude and Monastic Traditions.”   In Exploring the Power of Solo, Silence, and Solitude. Eds. Clifford E Knapp and Thomas E. Smith.  Boulder, CO: Association for Experiential Education, 2005, 61-74.

 

Bobilya, Andrew. J., Leo H. McAvoy, and Kenneth R. Kalisch.  “Lessons From the Field: Participants’ Perceptions of a Multi-day Wilderness Solo.”   In Exploring the Power of Solo, Silence, and Solitude.  Eds. Clifford E Knapp and Thomas E. Smith.  Boulder, CO: Association for Experiential Education, 2005, 103-120.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J.  An Investigation of the Solo in a Wilderness Experience Program. Thesis (Ph. D.) University of Minnesota, 2004. 

 

Bobilya, Andrew J., Anne E. Blackhurst, and Lynn D. Akey.  “A Qualitative Investigation of Student Outcomes in a Residential Learning Community.”  Journal of The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition 15.1 (2003): 35-59.

       

Bobilya, Andrew J., and Lynn D. Akey. “An Evaluation of Adventure Education Components in a                             Residential Learning Community.”  Journal of Experiential Education 25.2 (2002): 296-304.

 

Bobilya, Andrew J.  “Solitude:  An Essential Element of Christian Community.”  The Leader 6 (2001,                       Spring).  

 

 

JUDI BUGNIAZET

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  Review of Portsmouth: Spies, U-boats, and Romance on the Outer Banks,
            by Edward P. Norvell.  North Carolina Libraries (Fall/Winter 2008): 65-66.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “A Telephone Interview with Robert Cormier.”   The ALAN Review 12 (Winter         1985): 14-18. Reprinted in: Children’s Literature: a Guide to the Criticism.  Eds. Leinnea        Hendrickson and G. K. Hall, 1987 and Two Decades of The ALAN Review.  Ed. Patricia P.   Kelly and Robert C. Small, Jr.  Urbana, IL: National Council of the Teachers of English,       1998: 8-14.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  Review of A Sending of Dragons, by Jane Yolen.  The ALAN Review  15 (Winter        1988): 23; reprinted in A Complete Guide to Young Adult Literature.  Ed. Virginia Monseau and   Gary M. Slavner.  Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1997 [CD-ROM].

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  Review of What About Grandma?, by Hadley Irwin.  The ALAN Review  15         (Winter            1988): 23; reprinted in A Complete Guide to Young Adult Literature.  Ed. Virginia    Monseau and Gary M. Slavner.  Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1997 [CD-ROM].

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  Review of Facing Up, by Isabelle Holland. The ALAN Review 11 (Spring 1984): 25; reprinted in A Complete Guide to Young Adult Literature.  Ed. Virginia Monseau and Gary     M. Slavner.  Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1997 [CD-ROM].

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  Review of Beginner’s Love, by Norma Klein.  The ALAN Review, 11 (Spring        1984):   21; reprinted in A Complete Guide to Young Adult Literature.  Ed. Virginia Monseau and       Gary    M. Slavner.  Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1997 [CD-ROM].

 

Bugniazet, Judi.   Review of Heart’s Blood, by Jane Yolen.  The ALAN Review 12 (Fall 1984): 21;             Reprinted in A Complete Guide to Young Adult Literature. Ed. Virginia Monseau and Gary M.     Slavner.  Boynton/Cook Publishers, 1997 [CD-ROM].

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Librarians as Self-Censors.”  The ALAN Review 15 (Winter 1988): 8-10.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Biography and Books of James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier.”  The        ALAN Review 14 (Winter 1987): 2-4.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “An Interview with MadelineL’Engle.”  The ALAN Review 14 (Winter 1987): 8-10.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Biography and Books of Kevin Major.”  The ALAN Review 13 (Winter 1986): 6.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  Review of Come Sing, Jimmy Jo, by Katherine Paterson.  The ALAN Review 13         (Winter 1986): 33.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Ellen Conford Biography and Books.”  The ALAN Review 14 (Fall 1986): 23.24.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Jerry Spinelli Biography and Books.”  The ALAN Review 14 (Fall 1986): 20.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Paul Zindel Biography and Books.”  The ALAN Review 14 (Fall 1986): 8-12.

 

Bugniazet, Judi “Sue Ellen Bridgers: Biography and Books.”  The ALAN Review 13 (Fall 1985): 47-        48.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Biography and Books of Isabelle Holland.”  The ALAN Review 13 (Fall 1985): 4-5.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.   Review of  Hangin’ Out with Cici or My Mother Was Never a Kid, by Francine Pascal.      The ALAN Review 13 (Fall 1985): 35.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Y.A. Books of Jane Yolen.”  The ALAN Review 13 (Spring 1985): 45.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  ‘The Books of Robert Cormier.”  The ALAN Review 12 (Winter 1985): 14-18.

 

Bugniazet, Judi. “Biography and Y. A. Books of Larry Bogard.”  The ALAN Review 12 (Fall 1984):    4.

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Biography and Books of Ouida Sebestyn.”  The ALAN Review 12 (Fall 1984): 4.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Books of Sandy Asher.”  The ALAN Review 12 (Spring 1984): 4.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  Review of Perdita, by Isabelle Holland.  The ALAN Review 11 (Spring 1984); 31.

 

Bugniazet, Judi.  “Interlibrary Loan.”  A Guide to Library Research. Ed. Marie Deveine.  Asheville, NC:          University of North Carolina at Asheville, 1978

 

 

BRAD DANIEL

 

 

Daniel, Brad and Andrew J. Bobilya. “Guarding Safety without Compromising Learning: The Value

            of Unaccompanied Components.” In Controversial Issues in Adventure Programming. Eds. B.

            Martin and M. Wagstaff. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics (in press).

 

Daniel, Brad and A.K. Townsend. The Green HOPE Worker Training Manual Level 2. Morganton, NC: Sustainable Development International Corporation, 2012.

 

Daniel, Brad. “Learn from My Mistakes: Using a Dialectical Approach for Training Outdoor Teachers.” Green Teacher  91 (Winter 2011): 27-30.

 

Daniel, Brad and Clifford Knapp. “Nighttime Adventures: Exploring and Appreciating the Mysteries of the Night by Leading Walks After Dark.” Green Teacher 93 (Summer 2011): 31-35.

 

Daniel, Brad, Andrew J. Bobilya, and Kenneth R. Kalisch. “The Outward Bound Final Expedition:

            Exploring the Effect of Instructor Positioning on the Student Experience.” Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership 3.2 (2011): 80-83.

 

Daniel, Brad, Kenneth R. Kalisch, and Andrew J. Bobillya.  “Outward Bound Solo: A Comparative    Study of Participants’ Perceptions.” Journal of Experiential Education (in press).

 

Daniel, Brad, Andrew J. Bobilya,  Kenneth R. Kalisch, and B. Lindley.  “Lessons from the Outward Solo: Intended Transfer of Learning.”  Conference Proceedings of the 2009 National Conference on Outdoor LeadershipBradford Woods, IN: Wilderness Education Association, 2009.

 

Daniel, Brad, Andrew J. Bobilya, Kenneth R. Kalisch, and B. Lindley.  “Benefits and Strategies for Facilitating Solitary Reflection on W.E.A. Courses.”  Conference Proceedings of the 2009 National Conference on Outdoor LeadershipBradford Woods, IN: Wilderness Education Association, 2009.

Daniel, Brad and Dorthea K. Shuman.  Methods of Teaching Environmental Education: Participants Guide.      Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, 2009.

 

Daniel, Brad and Dottie K. Shuman  Methods of Teaching Environmental Education: Facilitator’s Guide.          Raleigh NC: North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, 2009.

 

Daniel, Brad.  “Adventure Education History Roundtable.”  In Teaching Adventure Education Theory:        Best Practices.   Eds.  Bob Stremba and Christian A. Bisson.  Champaign, IL: Human     Kinetics,  2009.

 

Daniel, Brad and Andrew J. Bobilya.  “The Life of Eleanor Duckworth.”   In Beyond Dewey and Hahn: Foundations for Experiential Education, Volume I.  Eds. Thomas E. Smith and Clifford E Knapp.  Lake Geneva, WI: Raccoon Institute Publishers, 2009, 113-122.

 

Daniel, Brad.  “Alexander Von Humboldt: Expeditionary Scientist.”   In Beyond Dewey and Hahn: Foundations for Experiential Education, Volume I.  Eds. Thomas E. Smith and Clifford E. Knapp.  Lake Geneva, WI: Racoon Institute Publishers, 2009.

 

Daniel, Brad.  “Having Faith in Environmental Education.”  EENC News Notes of the

            Environmental Educators of North Carolina (Winter. 2007): 386-389.

 

Daniel, Brad. “The Life Significance of a Spiritually Oriented, Outward Bound-type Wilderness  Expedition” Abstract presented at the Symposium on Experiential Education Research (SEER).  Journal of Experiential Education 29.3 (2007): 386-389.

 

Daniel, Brad and Andrew J. Bobilya.   “The Basics of Backcountry Camping.”  In Outdoor Adventures: Hiking and Backpacking.  Eds. Marni Goldenberg and Bruce Martin.  Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2007, 179-210.

 

Daniel, Brad. (2007).  Review of The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief, by Francis S. Collins.  The Christian Scholars Review 36.2 (2007): 230-232. 

 

Daniel, Brad.   Outdoor Experiential Leadership: Scenarios Describing Incidents, Dilemmas, and Opportunities. Eds. Thomas Smith and Pete Allison.  Lake Geneva, WI: Raccoon Institute Publications, 2006.  

 

Daniel, Brad, Andrew J. Bobilya, and Kenneth R. Kalisch.  “The Life Significance of the Wilderness Solo and Strategies for Intentional Solo Design: A Summary of Two Studies.” The Journal of the Wilderness Education Association 18.3 (Winter 2006): 11-18.

 

Daniel, Brad, Andrew J. Bobilya, and Kenneth R. Kalisch.  “The Life Significance of the Wilderness Solo and Strategies for Intentional Solo Design.” Conference Proceedings of the 2006 National Conference on Wilderness Leadership. Wilderness Education Association. Bradford Woods, IN, 2006.

 

Daniel, Brad. “The Life Significance of a Wilderness Solo.”  In Exploring the Power of Solo, Silence, and Solitude.  Eds. Clifford E. Knapp and Thomas Smith.  Boulder, CO: Association for Experiential Education, 2005.

 

Daniel, Brad.  Review of Mt. Mitchell and the Black Mountains:  An Environmental History of the Highest Peaks in Eastern America, by Timothy Silver.  Georgia Historical Quarterly 87.3 (Fall/Winter  2003): 450-452.

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Daniel, Brad.   The Life Significance of a Spiritually Oriented Outward Bound-type Wilderness Expedition. (Doctoral dissertation, Antioch University New England.)  Keene, NH:  Digital Dissertations, 2003.

 

 

LLOYD J. DAVIS

 

Davis, Lloyd.  Review of Science, Faith, and Ethics Grid or Gridlock?  A Christian Approach to Controversial            Topics in Science, by Denis Alexander and Robert S. White. Journal of Youth Ministry 5.2 (Spring    2007): 118-121.

 

Davis, Lloyd. “It’s Easier to Steer a Moving Ship.”  In College Faith II: 150 Christian Leaders and      Educators Share Faith Stories from their Student Days.  Ed. Ronald Alan Knott.  Berrien    Springs, MI: Andrews University Press, 2004.

 

 

SUE DIEHL

 

Diehl, Sue.  “Database Guides and Tutorials.”  Montreat College Library (2009).              http://ww2.montreat.edu/Library/DatabaseGuidesandTutorials/tabid/880/Default.aspx

 

Diehl, Sue. Review of Drugs and Crime, by Thomas Hoobler.  School Library Journal 34.9 (May          1988):   117.

 

Diehl, Sue.   Review of Alcohol,  by Rob Stepney.  School Library Journal 34.7 (March 1988): 210.

 

Diehl, Sue. Review of Drug Testing, by Gilda Berger. School Library Journal 34.6 (February 1988):           87.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of Smoking Not Allowed: the Debate, by Gilda Berger. School Library Journal   34.5      (January 1988): 88.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of Crack: the New Drug Epidemic, by Gilda Berger. School Library Journal 34.4       (December 1987): 106. 

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of Crack and Cocaine,  by David Browne.  School Library Journal 33.11 (August    1987): 79.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of It Won’t Happen to Me,  by Susan Newman.  School Library Journal 33.11     (August 1987): 97.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of Into a Strange Land: Unaccompanied Refugee Youth in America,  by Brent           Ashabranner.  School Library Journal 33.10 (June/July 1987): 103.

 

Diehl, Sue.   Review of Coping with Shyness,  by Paul J. Gelinas.  School Library Journal.33.10     (June/July 1987): 106.

Diehl, Sue.  Review of Teen Suicide,  by Janet Kolehmainen.  School Library Journal 33.10 (June/July           1987): 108.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of The Heroin Trail, by Nigel Hawkes.  School Library Journal  33.9 (May 1987):           98.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of The Palestinians, by David McDowall.  School Library Journal 33.9 (May          1987):   98.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of Coping Through Assertiveness, by Rhoda McFarland.  School Library Journal   33.5 (January 1987): 84.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of Drug Use and Drug Abuse, by Geraldine Woods.  School Library Journal 32.9       (May 1986): 98-99.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of Cocaine , by Geraldine Woods.  School Library Journal 32.7 (March 1986): 172.

 

Diehl, Sue.   Review of Your Body, by Irene Fekete.  School Library Journal 31.8 (April 1985): 86.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of Medicine, by Gordon Jackson.  School Library Journal 31.7 (March 1985): 168.

 

Diehl, Sue.  Review of Technology, by Robin McKie.  School Library Journal 31.7 (March 1985): 168.

 

Diehl, Sue.  “Making the Media Center Special to the Special Child.”  School Media Quarterly 6.4        (Summer 1978): 273-274.

 

 

STEPHEN P. DUKAS

 

Dukas, Stephen P., M. Ahern, and C. Brown. “A National Study of the Association Between Food

            Environments and County-Level Health Outcomes.” Journal of Rural Health 27.4 (Autumn

            2011): 367-379.

Dukas, Stephen P., A.S. Desai, and Ali Fatemi,  “The Valuation Effects of Trans-National            Acquisitions: Evidence From the Pacific Basin Region.” In Advances in Pacific Basin          Financial Markets Vol II.  Eds. T. Bos and Thomas A. Fetherston,  Stamford, Conn:            JAI Press, 1996.

 

Dukas, Stephen P., Ali M. Fatemi, and A. Tavakkol.  “Foreign Exchange Exposure and the        Pricing of Exchange Rate Risk.”  Global Finance Journal 7.2 (Fall/Winter 1996): 169- 190.

 

Dukas, Stephen P. and Jinwoo Park.  “Trading Activity Indicators and Market Timing.”  Applied      Financial Economics 5.5 (October 1995): 337-344.

 

Dukas, Stephen P.  “Comments on Hanson.”  Social Epistemology  9.1 (January-March 1995):           41-43.

 

Dukas, Stephen P., Ali M. Fatemi, and T. Lai.  “ An Examination of the Relationship Between            the Forward Exchange Risk Premium and Spot Rate Volatility.  The International   Journal of Finance 5.1 (Autumn 1993): 441-452.

 

Dukas, Stephen P. and J. Ang.  “Some Implications of Competition for Capital Investment.”  In Capital Budgeting Under Uncertainty.  Ed. Raj Aggarwal.  Englewood           Cliffs, NJ:       Prentice-Hall, 1993.

 

Dukas, Stephen P. and J. Ang.  “Capital Budgeting in a Competitive Environment.”  Managerial   Finance 17.2/3 (1991):

 

 

JOHN ELLINGTON

 

Ellington, John. “Schleiermacher was Wrong.”    The Bible Translator 54.3 (July 2003): 301-316.             [Originally presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (Bible     Translation Section) meeting in Denver, Colorado, November 19, 2001.]

 

Ellington, John.  “Who’s Who in Acts 16-17?”  The Bible Translator 54,4 (October 2003): 407-415) .

 

Ellington, John and Dr. Lynell Zobgo.  « Comment rendre les titres des livres de l’Ancien       Testament.   Le Sycomore  12 (Spring 2002) : 10-21)  

 

Ellington, John and Roger L. Omanson.  A Handbook on the First and Second Books of Samuel.   New York: United Bible Societies, 2001.

 

Ellington, John.  “A Calendar Table: An Essential Readers’ Help for the Old Testament.”  The Bible Translator  51.2 (April 2000): 208-213.

 

Ellington, John.  “When Footnotes Aren’t Enough: The Case of 2 Chronicles 33.19.”  The Bible          Translator  50.4 (October 1999):  417-421.  

 

Ellington, John.  “Problem Pronouns in Private Letters.”  The Bible Translator  50.2 (April 1999): 219- 227.

 

Ellington, John.  "Psalm 62.2: Was the Psalmist Absolutely Unshakeable?"  The Bible Translator 50.2       (April 1999): 243-246.  

 

Ellington, John.  “Afterthought or Emphasis?”  The Bible Translator  50.1 (January 1999): 110-135.  

 

Ellington, John.  “Review of  The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament” by Craig    Keener.  The Bible Translator  47.4 (October 1996): 445-447.

 

Ellington, John.  "`Thus and So,' `Such and Such,' `So and So': Pseudo-quotations in Translation."

            The Bible Translator  45.4 (October 1994): 410-415.

 

Ellington, John.  “Translating God’s Promises to Abraham.”  The Bible Translator  45.2 (April 1994):     201-207.

 

Ellington, John.  “Send!”  The Bible Translator 45.2 (April 1994): 228-238.

 

Ellington, John and Rene Peter-Contesse.  A Handbook on Daniel.  New York: United Bible Societies,             1993.

 

Ellington, John and Roger L. Omanson.  A Handbook on Paul's Second Letter to the CorinthiansNew          York: United Bible Societies, 1993..

 

Ellington, John.  “A Case of Mistaken Identity?”  The Bible Translator 44.2 (October 1993): 401-405.

 

Ellington, John.  “Taboo Words in the Bible.”  The Bible Translator  44.2 (April 1993): 232-234.

 

Ellington, John.  “Translating the Word ‘Baal’.”  The Bible Translator  44.2 (October 1993): 425-430. 

 

Ellington, JohnA Handbook of Kinshasa Lingala.  Second Edition.  Kinshasa, Zaire:  Privately           printed, 1974, 1992.

 

Ellington, John.  “More on Shibboleth: Judges 12.6.”  The Bible Translator  43.2 (April 1992): 244-245. 

 

Ellington, John.  “The Troublesome Parentheses in Numbers 32.28.”  The Bible Translator  43.2 (April 1992): 241-244. 

 

Ellington, John.  “Can Pronouns be Divine?”  The Bible Translator  43.2 (April 1992): 223-230. 

 

Ellington, John.  “Wit and Humor in the Bible.”  The Bible Translator  42.3 (July 1991): 301-313.

 

Ellington, John and Rene Peter-Contesse.  Translator's Handbook on Leviticus.   New York: United       Bible Societies, 1990.

 

Ellington, John. "Translating Shibboleth and Sibboleth (Judges 12.6)."  The Bible Translator  41.2 (October 1990): 446.

 

Ellington, John.  “The God of the Hebrews.”  The Bible Translator  41.2 (October 1990): 443-444.

 

Ellington, John  “Kissing in the Bible.”  The Bible Translator  41.2 (October 1990): 409-416. 

 

Ellington, John.  “Up on the Housetop.”  The Bible Translator  41.2 (April 1990): 238-243. 

 

Ellington, John.  "Son of Man and Contextual Translation."  The Bible Translator  40.2 (April 1989):         201‑208. 

 

Ellington, John.   "Old Testament Textual Problems: A Pragmatic Approach for Non-Scholars."

            Notes on Translation 3.2 (1989): 4-29.  

 

Ellington, John.  “What Did Isaac Go Out to Do?”  The Bible Translator  38.4 (October 1987): 446-    447.  

 

Ellington, John"A Propos D'une Nouvelle Version du NT: Le Livre : A Review of the French   Living Bible NT »  Cahiers de Traduction Biblique  9 (1987) : 3-12.

 

Ellington, John.  “It Is Written—but Where?”  The Bible Translator  38.4 (October 1987): 424-429. 

 

Ellington, John.  “Where Is the Other Side?”  The Bible Translator  38.2 (April 1987): 221-226. 

 

Ellington, John.  “Review of The New Life New Testament,” translated by Gleason H.Ledyard. The           Bible Translator  37.4 (October 1986): 436-441.

 

Ellington, John.  “Adoption in Modern Translations.”   The Bible Translator  36.4 (October 1985):            437-440. 

 

Ellington, John.  “Miscarriage or Premature Birth?”   The Bible Translator  40.1 (July 1986): 334-337). 

 

Ellington, John.  “ I Formed You in the Womb” as part of “A Symposium: A Christian Approach to Abortion.”   Presbyterian Survey  74.1 (January 1984):  25‑26.   

 

Ellington, John.  “Textual Problems in the New Testament.”  Selected Technical Articles Related to           Translation  12.10-84 (1984),  27-34. 

 

Ellington, John.  “Translating Old Testament Book Titles.”   The Bible Translator  34.2 (April 1983):         225-231.  

 

Ellington, JohnBasic LingalaMontreat, NC:  Privately printed, 1983.

 

Ellington, JohnEnglish-Lingala Dictionary, Kinshasa, Zaire: Privately printed, 1982.

 

Ellington, John.  “The Translation of ‘Passover’ in French-speaking Parts of Africa and Elsewhere.”            The Bible Translator  (October 1980): 445-447.

 

Ellington, John.  "The Use and Limitations of Interlinear Editions"  The Bible Translator  31.2 (April   1980):  212-218) .

 

Ellington, John.  “Lingala na Bangala.”  Litatoli (Nyankunde, Zaire). 283 (November 1979): 28. 

 

Ellington, John.  "The Translation of Humneo in Mk 14.26 and Mt 26.30."  The Bible Translator  30.4      (October 1979): 445‑446.

 

Ellington, John.  “Review of Jerusalem as Jesus Knew It” by John Wilkerson.  The Bible Translator      30.4 (October 1979):

 

Ellington, John.  "La Bible Segond et la Nouvelle Version Segond Revisée:  A Review of the 1978      Revision of the Second Bible.”  The Bible Translator 31.1 (July 1979): 135-140.

 

Ellington, John and Donald S. Deer.   "Learning to Deal with Translation Problems."  The Bible   Translator  30.2 (April 1979):  217‑223.  

 

Ellington, John.  "Man and Adam in Genesis 1‑5."  The Bible Translator  30.2 (April 1979): 201‑204. 

 

Ellington, John.  “The Living Bible Examined.”   Presbyterian Survey  68.10 (October 1978): 9‑11.   [Reprinted as an Interchurch Feature in other denominational magazines.]

 

Ellington, John.  "Translating the OT Months in Zairian Languages."  The Bible Translator  29.4 (October 1978): 409‑413.  )  

 

Ellington, John. "Bible Translation in One Corner of the World." The AIMM Messenger  44,4 (Summer 1977): 3‑7.

 

Ellington, John.   "A Translator's Nuisance: Chapter and Verse Division in the Bible."  The Bible          Translator  28.2 (April 1977):  207‑213.

 

Ellington, John.  "Tone and Segmental Sound Change in a Bantu Language."  African Language Review             9 (March 1975):  248‑257.  

 

Ellington, John.  “What is Authentic?”  Africa Report  18.4 (July‑August 1973): 20‑22. 

 

Ellington, John.  "Fall Planning: International StudentsHis Magazine  (June 1961): 12‑14, 30.

 

 

ABBY FAPETU

 

Fapetu, Abby.  “Review of  Factory Production in Nineteenth-Century Britian”  by Elaine         Freedgood.  Christian Scholar’s Review  33.4 (Summer 2004): 596-98.

 

Fapetu, AbbyBusiness and Career Planning WorkbookDubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing          Company, 2003.

 

Fapetu, AbbyBusiness Made Easy.  Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company, 2000.

 

 

 

W. BRAD FAIRCLOTH

 

 

Faircloth, W. Brad, Alice C. Schermerhorn, Patricia M. Mitchell, Jennifer S. Cummings, and E. Mark

             Cummings.”Testing the Long-term Efficacy of a Prevention Program for Improving Marital

             Conflict in Community Families.” Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 32.4 (July 2011):

             189-197.

 

Faircloth, W. Brad, E. Mark Cummings, Patricia M. Mitchell, Jennifer S. Cummings, and Alice C.

             Schermerhorn. “Evaluating a Brief Prevention Program for Improving Marital Conflict in

             Community Families.” Journal of Family Psychology 22.2 (April 2008): 193-202.

 

Faircloth, W. Brad and E. Mark Cummings. “Evaluating a Parent Education Program for Preventing

             the Negative Effects of Marital Conflict.” Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 29.2

             (March 2008): 141-156.

 

Faircloth, W. Brad, Patricia M. Mitchell and Peggy S. Keller. “Marital Conflict and the Aftermath of

             Divorce: Prevention Programs for Families,” in Prevention: the Science and Art of Promoting

             Healthy Child and Adolescent Development. Eds. John G. Borkowski and Chelsea M. Weaver.

             Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brooks, 2006.

 

 

BILL FORSTCHEN

 

Forstchen, William R. and Newt Gingrich. The Battle of the Crater: a Novel of the Civil War.

            New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2011.

 

Forstchen, William R. and Newt Gingrich. To Try Men's Souls: A Novel of George Washington and the Fight for American Freedom. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2009.

 

Forstchen, William R. One Second After. New York: Forge, 2009.

 

Forstchen, William R. and Newt Gingrich. Days of Infamy. New York: Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press, 2008.

 

Forstchen, William R. and Newt Gingrich. Pearl Harbor: A Novel of December 8th. New York: Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press, 2007.

 

Forstchen, William and Raymond E. Feist. Honored Enemy. New York: Eos, 2006.

 

 Forstchen, William R., Newt Gingrich, and Albert S. Hanser. Never Call Retreat: Lee and Grant, the Final Victory. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2005.

 

Forstchen, William R. At the Water’s EdgeNew York: Pocket Books, 2005.

 

Forstchen, William R.  Firestorm.  New York: Pocket Books, 2005.

 

Forstchen, William R. Valley of the Shadow.  New York: Pocket Books, 2005.

 

Forstchen, William R. “Would You?” In Don’t Forget Your Spacesuit, Dear.  Ed. Jody Lynn Nye.  Riverdale: NY: Baen, 2005.

 

Forstchen, William R., Newt Gingrich, and Albert S. Hanser. Grant Comes East: A Novel of the Civil War. New York: Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press, 2004.

 

Forstchen, William R. and W. E. Butterworth IV.  “Return to Normandy.”  Boys’ Life 94.6 (June 2004): 16-21.

 

Forstchen, William R. and Donald V. Bennett. Honor Untarnished: A West Point Graduate's Memoir of World War II. New York: Forge, 2003.

 

Forstchen, William R.  “Going Back to Gettysburg.”  Boy’s Life 93.7 (July 2003): 20-26.

 

Forstchen, William R., Newt Gingrich, and Albert S. Hanser. Gettysburg: A Novel of the Civil War. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2003.

 

Forstchen, William R. We Look Like Men of War. New York: Forge, 2001.

 

Forstchen, William R. and Raymond E. Feist. Legends of the Riftwar. London: Voyager, 2001.

 

Forstchen, William R., and Bill Fawcett. It Seemed Like a Good Idea--: A Compendium of Great Historical Fiascoes. New York, N.Y.: Post Road Press, 2000.

 

Forstchen, William R. Down to the Sea: A Novel of the Lost Regiment. New York: ROC, 2000.

 

Forstchen, William R.  In History in Dispute World War II : [1939 - 1943]. Ed. Dennis Showalter. 4. Detroit: St. James Press, 2000.

 

Forstchen, William R.  In History in Dispute The Cold War: Second Series.  Ed. Dennis Showalter. 6. Detroit: St. James Press, 2000.

 

Forstchen, William R. and Jennie Ethell Chancey. Hot Shots: America's First Jet Aces. New York: HarperTorch, 2000.

 

Forstchen, William R. and Jennie Ethell Chancey. Hot Shots: An Oral History of the Air Force Combat Pilots of the Korean War. New York, NY: W. Morrow, 2000.

 

Forstchen, William R., and Jaki Demarest. Catseye. Shattered light, 3. New York: Pocket Books, 1999.

 

Forstchen, William R. The Forgotten War. New York: Pocket Books, 1999.

 

Forstchen, William R. Prometheus. Riverdale, NY: Baen, 1999.

 

Forstchen, William R. Men of War. New York: Roc, 1999.

 

Forstchen, William R., and Keith Andrew. Wing Commander: False Colors. Wing commander series. Riverdale, NY: Baen, 1999.

 

Forstchen, William R.  Mercs: True Stories of Mercenaries in Action.  Ed. Bill Fawcett.  New York: Avon Books, 1999: 20-43.

 

Forstchen, William R. Never Sound Retreat. New York: Roc, 1998.

 

Forstchen, William R. Wing Commander: Action Stations. Riverdale, NY: Baen, 1998.

 

Forstchen, William R. Article 23. Riverdale, NY: Baen, 1998.

 

Forstchen, William R. A Band of Brothers. ROC science fiction, LE 5705. New York: Roc, 1998.

 

Forstchen, William R. Price of Freedom. Wing commander. 1997.

 

Forstchen, William R. Battle Hymn. New York: Roc, 1997.

 

Forstchen, William.  Making Contact by Bill Fawcett.  New York: Avon Books, 1997.

 

Forstchen, William R., and Ben Ohlander. Wing Commander: The Price of Freedom. Wing commander series. Riverdale, NY: Baen, 1996.

 

Forstchen, William Robert. The 28th United States Colored Troops: Indiana's African-Americans Go to War, 1863-1865. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Purdue University, 1994, 1996.

 

Forstchen, William R., and Larry Segriff. The Four Magics. Riverdale, NY: Baen Pub. Enterprises, 1996.

 

Forstchen, William R., and J. Andrew Keith. Wing Commander: Heart of the Tiger. The Wing commander series. Riverdale, NY: Baen Pub. Enterprises, 1995.

 

Forstchen, William R.  “Catch the Wind.”  Boys’ Life 86.4 (Apr 1996): 34-7.

 

Forstchen, William R., Newt Gingrich, and Albert S. Hanser. 1945. Riverdale, NY: Baen Pub. Enterprises, 1995.

 

Forstchen, William R., and J. Andrew Keith. Heart of the Tiger. Riverdale, NY: Baen, 1995.

 

Forstchen, William R.  “Rescue on Mars.”  Boys’ Life 85.2 (February 1995): 44-48.  

Forstchen, William R. The Gamester Wars. New York: Ballantine Books, 1995.

 

Forstchen, William R. Star Voyager Academy. Riverdale, NY: Baen Pub. Enterprises, 1994.

 

Forstchen, William R.  “Diving with Dolphins.”  Boys’ Life 84.8 (August 1994): 40-44.  

 

Forstchen, William R. Fleet Action. Wing commander, #3. Riverdale, N.Y.: Baen, 1994.

 

Forstchen, William R. Wing Commander: Fleet Action. Riverdale, NY: Baen Pub. Enterprises, 1994.

 

Forstchen, William R. Arena. New York, N.Y.: HarperPrism, 1994.

 

Forstchen, William R. and Christopher Stasheff. End Run. The Wing commander series. Riverdale, NY: Baen Pub. Enterprises, 1994.

 

Forstchen, William R. Fateful Lightning. New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Roc, 1993.

 

Forstchen, William R. The Napoleon Wager. New York: Ballantine Books, 1993.

 

Forstchen, William R. The Lost Regiment. Roc, 1992.

 

Forstchen, William R. Terrible Swift Sword. New York, N.Y.: Roc, 1992.

 

Forstchen, William R. Union Fever. The Lost regiment, 2. London: Roc / [Penguin], 1992.

 

Forstchen, William R.  “Running from the Sun.”  Boys’ Life 81.11 Boys’ Life (November 1991): 34-39.

 

Forstchen, William R. Union Forever. New York: Roc, 1991.

 

Forstchen, William R., and Greg Morrison. The Crystal Sorcerers. New York: Avon Books, 1991.

 

Forstchen, William R.  “Space Dive.”  Boys’ Life 80.2 (February 1990).

 

Forstchen, William R. Rally Cry. New York: Roc, 1990.

 

Forstchen, William R. The Assassin Gambit. The gamester wars, Book two. New York: Ballantine Books, 1988.

 

Forstchen, William R., and Greg Morrison. The Crystal Warriors. New York: Avon Books, 1988.

 

Forstchen, William R. The Alexandrian Ring. New York: Ballantine Books, 1987.

 

Forstchen, William R. Into the Sea of Stars. New York: Ballantine Books, 1986.

 

Forstchen, William R. A Darkness Upon the Ice. New York: Ballantine, 1985.

 

Forstchen, William R. The Flame Upon the Ice. New York: Ballantine Books, 1984.

 

Forstchen, William R. Ice Prophet. New York: Ballantine Books, 1983.

 

 

KEVIN GORMAN

 

Gorman, Kevin. and Gary F. Kohut. "The Effectiveness of Leading Grammar/Style Software Packages in Analyzing Business Student Writing.”  The Journal of Business and Technical Communication 9.3 (July 1995): 341-361.

 

Gorman, Kevin and  Joobin Choobineh.  “The Object‑Oriented Entity‑Relationship Model (OOERM)." Journal of Management Information Systems 7.3 (Winter 1990-91): 41‑65.

 

 

RICHARDSON GRAY

 

 

Gray, Richardson. “Walker Percy’s Appeal to Searchers: The Last Gentleman and The Second Coming.”

            The Christian Scholar’s Review 40.1 (Fall 2011): 15-34.

 

Gray, Richardson.  “Review of  Flannery O’Connor: An Annotated Reference Guide to Criticism,”    by R. Neil Scott.  Christian Scholar’s Review  32.2 (Winter 2003): 244-45.

 

Gray, Richardson.  “A Way of Seeing the World: Synthesizing Art and Belief in Walker Percy’s             Novels.”  The Christian Scholars’ Review. 29.2 (Winter 1999): 235-245.

 

Gray, Richardson.  “The Christian Hero and the Realistic Novel.”  The Christian Scholars’ Review 16.1 (January 1987): 109-121.

 

 

LAURA HANKINS

 

Hankins, Laura.  “Flocks.”  Mountain Rise 3.1 (2006).

 

 

HORACIO HERNANDEZ

 

Hernandez, Horacio.  Poem:  “Los Barrancones.”  El Tiempo Hispano  30 (1994): 20.

 

Hernandez, HoracioDivagaciones Poeticas: PoemarioSanto Domingo: Editora Universitaria,   UASD,             1991.

 

Hernandez, Horacio.  “Creative Material in Spanish.”  Poems.             http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Troy/5685/index.html

 

 

 

HOWELL, TIMOTHY D.

 

Howell, Timothy D. The Matthean Beatitudes in Their Jewish Origin: Literary and Speech Act

            Analysis. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2011.

 

 

CATHY JAMES

 

 

Adams, Cathy. “Chuan.” Shifting Balance Sheets: Women’s Stories of Naturalized Citizenship and

             Cultural Attachment. Decatur, GA: Wising Up Press, 2011, 262-268.

 

James, Cathy.   “Speaking for Kingley.”  Relief: A Quarterly Christian Expression 2.2 (Summer 2008):      11-14.

 

James, CathyExcerpt from God’s Little Joke.  Victoria Press, 2006.

 

James, Cathy.  “A Good Catch.”  Ghoti Magazine 3 (2005).             http://www.ghotimag.com/archives/issue3/james.htm

 

James, Cathy.  “Wicker Basket.”  Our Voices  (Spring 2005).

 

James, Cathy.  “Loving Your Inner Velma.”  Utne Magazine 124 (July/August 2004): 92-3.

 

James, Cathy.  “Loving Your Inner Velma.”  Western North Carolina Woman 2.4 (June 2003).

 

James, Cathy.  “No Hassle Child Rearing.”  The Philosophical Mother (March 2003).

            http://philosophicalmom.blogspot.com/2007/03/no-hassle-child-rearing.html

 

James, Cathy.  “Silver.”  Heliotrope  (January 2003).

 

James, Cathy.  “Two Hearts Beating.”  Western North Carolina Writers Newsletter (Winter 2002).

 

James, Cathy “A Multitude of Sins.”  Maelstrom 2.3 (1999).

 

James, Cathy.   Snow White and the Three Pigs: a children’s play commissioned by the State           University of West Georgia, 1997.

 

 

BRIAN JOYCE

 

Joyce, Brian and Kim C. Steiner.  “Survival and Growth of a Quercus Rubra Regneration Cohort     during Five Years Following Masting.  In Proceedings of the Ninth Central Hardwood        Conference.  Eds. J. W. Stringer and D. L. Lofts.  Lexington, KYUniversity of Kentucky,         1999, 255-257.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report No. 28 , 1999.

 

Joyce, Brian, Kim C. Steiner, and J. M. Skelly. “Water Use in Forest Canopy Black Cherry Trees    and Its Relationship to Leaf Gas Exchange and Environment.”  In Proceedings 1995             Meeting of the Northern Global Change Program; Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-214. Eds. John         Hom, Richard Birdsey, and Kelly O’Brian. Radnor, PA: U. S. Department of Agriculture,             Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station: 41.

 

Joyce, Brian,  T. S. Fredericksen, K.C. Steiner, J.M. Skelly,  T.E. Kolb, K.E. Kouterick, and J.A.      Ferdin.   “Diel and Seasonal Patterns of Leaf Gas Exchange and Xylem Water Potentials of        Different-sized Prunus serotina Ehrh. Trees.”  Forest Science (1996): 359-365.

 

Joyce, Brian, et al. “Ozone Uptake Rates of Different-sized Black Cherry Trees in High-             and      low-light Environments.” In Proceedings for IUFRO 16th Int'l Mtg. for Specialists in Air Pollution Effects on Forest Ecosystems, 1996, 319-323.

 

Joyce, Brian, et al. 1995. “Light Environment Alters Ozone Uptake Per Net Photosynthetic Rate in             Black Cherry Trees.”    Tree Physiology 16 (1996): 485-490.

 

Joyce, Brian and Kim C. Steiner.  “Systematic Variation in Xylem Hydraulic Capacity Within the     Crown of White Ash (Fraxinus americana Marsh.).”  Tree Physiology 15:10 (1995): 649-656.

 

Joyce, Brian,  et al. “Physiology, Morphology, and Ozone Uptake of Black Cherry Seedlings,         Saplings, and Canopy Trees.”  Environmental Pollution 89 (1995): 273-283.

 

Joyce, Brian et al. “Levels of Variation in Foliar Ozone Injury Among Black Cherry Trees. Phytopathology 84 (1994): 543.

   

Joyce, Brian, et al.  “Response of Different Aged Black Cherry Trees to Ambient Ozone          Exposures.”  Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 75.2 (1994): 71.

 

 

KEN KALISCH

 

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R. “Let It Not Be Asked: Where Were the Instructors.” In Controversial Issues in

            Adventure Programming. Eds. B. Martin and M. Wagstaff. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics,

            2012, (in press).

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Brad Daniel, and Andrew J. Bobilya.  “Outward Bound Solo: A Study of

            Participants’ Perceptions.” Journal of Experiential Education 34.1 (2011): 1-18.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Brad Daniel, and Andrew J. Bobilya. “The Final Expedition: Exploring the

              Effect of Instructor Positioning on the Student Experience.” [Abstract] Journal of Outdoor

              Recreation, Education and Learning 3.2 (2011): 80-83.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Brad Daniel, and Andrew J. Bobilya. “An Investigation of the Outward Bound

              Final Expedition.” [Abstract] Journal of Experiential Education 33.4 (2011): 356-359.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Brad Daniel, Andrew J. Bobilya, and Betsy Lindley. “Lessons from the

             Outward Bound Solo: Intended Transfer of Learning.” Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education

             and Leadership 2.1 (2010): 37-58.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Brad Daniel, Andrew J. Bobilya. “A Good Kind of Alone: Increasing Ministry

              Effectiveness through Solitary Reflection.” InSite: Journal for the Christian Camp and Conference

              Professional 14.1 (May/June 2010): 24-26. 

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Andrew J. Bobilya, Brad Daniel, and B. Lindley.  “Lessons from the Outward Solo: Intended Transfer of Learning.”  Conference Proceedings of the 2009 National Conference on Outdoor LeadershipBradford Woods, IN: Wilderness Education Association, 2009.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Andrew J. Bobilya, Brad Daniel, and B. Lindley.  “Benefits and Strategies for Facilitating Solitary Reflection on W.E.A. Courses.”  Conference Proceedings of the 2009 National Conference on Outdoor LeadershipBradford Woods, IN: Wilderness Education Association, 2009.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Andrew J. Bobilya,  and Brad Daniel.  “The Outward Bound Solo: A             Comparative Study of Participants’ Perceptions.”   Journal of Experiential Education (January            2009). In press.   

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R. and Andrew J. Bobilya.  Dilemmas in Outdoor and Experiential Education: A Guide for Leadership Development. Eds. Thomas E. Smith and Pete Allison, 2007.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R. and Andrew J. Bobilya.  “The Wilderness Solo: The Effect of Intentional Design.”  Research in Outdoor Education, Volume 8.   Ed. M. Deborah Bialeschki.  Cortland, NY: Coalition for Education in the Outdoors, 2006, 145-146.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Andrew J. Bobilya, and Brad Daniel.  “The Life Significance of the Wilderness             Solo and Strategies for Intentional Solo Design: A Summary of Two Studies.”  Journal of the     Wilderness Education Association  18.3 (Winter, 2006): 11-18.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Andrew J. Bobilya, and Leo McAvoy.  “An Investigation of the Role of the         Instructor in the Solo Experience.”  Journal of Experiential Education. 27.3 (2005): 318-321.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Andrew J. Bobilya, and Leo McAvoy.  “The Power of the Instructor in the           Solo Experience: An Empirical Study and Some Non-Empirical Questions.”  Journal of          Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning 5.1 (2005): 35-50.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Andrew J. Bobilya, and Leo H. McAvoy.  “Lessons from the Field:         Participant’s Perceptions of a Multi-day Wilderness Solo.”  In Exploring the Power of Solo,         Silence, and Solitude.  Eds. Clifford Knapp and Thomas E. Smith.  Boulder, CO: Association of Experiential Education, 2005, 103-120.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R., Andrew J. Bobilya, Leo H. McAvoy, and Jeffrey A. Jacobs.  “A Mixed-Method       Investigation of the Solo in a Wilderness Experience Program.”  In Research in Outdoor          Education,  Volume 7.  Eds. Karen Paisley, et al. Cortland, NY: Coalition for Education in the      Outdoors, 2005, 1-18.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R. and Charles Yaple.  An External Review of the Outdoor Education Department at             Montreat College Unpublished Report for Academic Dean of Montreat CollegeMontreat,         NC, 2001.       

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R.  “Man’s Search For Meaning and In the Name of Jesus.”  In Reading For Life:       100 Christian College Teachers Reflect on the Books That Shaped Their Lives.  Eds. Jeffry Davis, Leland Ryken, and Thomas Martin. Philadelphia, PA:  Xlibris Corporation, 2001.

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R.  The Role of the Instructor in the Outward Bound Educational Process: A Manual for     Serious Educators Everywhere. Rev. ed. Kearney, NE: Morris Publishing, 1999.  

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R.  The Role of the Instructor in the Outward Bound Educational Process: A Manual for     Serious Educators EverywhereKearney, NE: Morris Publishing, 1979.  

 

Kalisch, Kenneth R.  “Wilderness Camping: Fad or Ministry.”  Christian Camping International: Ideas          Unlimited Publication, 1979.  

 

 

DON W. KING  

 

King, Don W. Plain to the Inward Eye: Essays on C.S. Lewis. Abilene, TX: Abilene Christian

          University Press, 2013.

 

King, Don W. Review of Companionship in Grief: Love and Loss in the Memoirs of C.S. Lewis,

          John Bayley, Donald Hall, Joan Didion, and Calvin Trillin, by Jeffrey Berman. Sehnsucht:

          The C.S. Lewis Journal (December 2012) (in press).

 

King, Don W. “Joy Davidman, Poet: Letter to a Comrade.” Christianity and Literature (Fall 

          2012) (in press).

 

King, Don W. Review of The Cambridge Companion to C.S. Lewis. Eds. Robert MacSwain and

          Michael Ward. Christianity and Literature (Fall 2012) (in press).     

 

King, Don W., ed. Taking Every Thought Captive: Forty Years of the Christian Scholar’s

          Review. Abilene,TX: Abilene Christian University Press, 2011.

 

King, Don W. “Into the Lion’s Den: Joy Davidman and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.” Mythlore

          30.1/2 (Fall/Winter 2011): 91-106.

 

King, Don W. “A Sword Between the Sexes? C.S. Lewis and the Gender Debates.” Christianity

          and Literature 60.4 (Summer 2011): 689-693.

 

King, Don W. “The Early Writings of Joy Davidman.” Journal of Inklings Studies 1.1 (March

          2011): 47-67.

 

King, Don W. “Notes from the Editor.” Christian Scholar’s Review 40.1 (Fall 2010): 5-11.

 

King, Don W.  “Sacramentalism in the Poetry of Philip Larkin.”  Christian Scholar’s Review 39.1 (Fall 2009): 57-74

 

King, Don W.  “The English Professor as Teacher Scholar: Reflections on Faith and Learning Integration,” in The Word in the English Classroom: Best Practices of Faith Integration.  Eds. Jamie Dessart and Brad Gambill.  Abilene, TX: Abilene Christian University Press, 2009.

 

King, Don W.  “The English Professor as Teacher Scholar: Reflections on Faith and Learning Integration.”   The Word in the English Classroom: Best Practices of Faith IntegrationAbilene, TX:  Abilene Christian University Press, 2009.

 

King, Don W. and Joy Davidman.  Out of My Bone: the Letters of Joy Davidman. Grand Rapids, MI.: William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 2009.

 

King, Don W.  “Poets and Poetry:  C. S. Lewis, Ruth Pitter, and Joy Davidman.” Summer Seminar            in Residence in the home of C. S. Lewis, the Kilns, Oxford, UK  July 3-17, 2004 and July          11-25, 2009.

 

King, Don W.  “A Writer We Can Read for the Rest of Our Live.”   Mere Christians: Inspiring Stories of Encounter with C. S. Lewis. Eds. Mary Anne Phemister and Andrew Lazo.  Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2009

 

King, Don W.  Review of Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis by Michael Ward.  Christianity and Literature 58 (Autumn 2008):  130-134.

 

King, Don W.  Hunting the Unicorn: A Critical Biography of Ruth Pitter.  Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2008.

 

King, Don W.  Review of C. S. Lewis, Collected Letters: Volume III, Narnia, Cambridge and Joy, 1950-            1963”  Ed. Walter Hooper.  Christianity and Literature 57 (Winter 2008): 329-36.

 

King, Don W.  Review of The Company They Keep: C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien as Writers in      Community, by Diana Pavlac Glyer.  The Christian Scholar’s Review 37.2 (Winter 2008): 262-           264.

 

King, Don W.  “Hunting the Unicorn: The Nature Poetry of Ruth Pitter.”  CSL:  The Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis Society 38 (July-August 2007): 1-17.

 

King, Don W. “Notes from the Editor.”  The Christian Scholar’s Review 37.1 (Fall 2007): 5-10.

 

King, Don W.  “C. S. Lewis and Gender: ‘Positively Medieval?’”  The Christian Scholar’s Review 36.4      (Summer 2007): 387-90.

 

King, Don W.  “Columns of Light: The Preconversion Narrative Poetry of C. S. Lewis”; “Early             Lyric Poetry: Spirits in Bondage (1919) and ‘Joy’ (1924)”; and “Topical Poems: C. S. Lewis’s       Postconversion Poetry.”  C.S. Lewis—Life, Works, and Legacy: Volume 2, Fantasist,       Mythmaker, & Poet.  Ed. Bruce L. Edwards.  Westport, CN: Praeger, 2007, 4 vols. 209-311.

 

King, Don W.  “Introduction to the Colloquium Issue:  C.S. Lewis and Gender: ‘Positively        Medieval?’” The Christian Scholar’s Review 36.4 (Summer 2007): 387-390.

 

King, Don W.  “Joy Davidman and the New Masses: Communist Poet and Reviewer.”  The            Chronicle of the Oxford University C.S. Lewis Society 4.1 (February 2006): 18-44.

 

King, Don W.   Review of G. K. Chesterton’s Early Poetry.  Ed. Michael W. Perry.  SEVEN: An    Anglo-American Literary Review 23 (2006): 98-100.

 

King, Don W.   Review of The Narnian: The Life and Imagination of C. S. Lewis by Alan Jacobs.     Books   & Culture 12.1 (Jan-Feb 2006): 18-20.

 

King, Don W.  “Finding Joy: a Comprehensive Bibliography of the Works of Joy Davidman.”           SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review 23 (2006): 69-80.

 

King, Don W. “Notes from the Editor.”  Christian Scholar’s Review 36.1 (Fall 2006): 5-12.

 

King, Don W. “Gold Mining or Gold Digging?  The Selling of Narnia.”  Christianity and Literature           55.4 (Summer 2006): 567-586.

  

King, Don W. “Fire and Ice: C. S. Lewis and the Love Poetry of Joy Davidman and Ruth Pitter.”         SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review 22 (2005):60-88.

 

King, Don W. “Enchanted: Review of The Narnian: The Life and Imagination of C. S. Lewis by Alan           Jacobs.  Books & Culture (Jan/Feb. 2006): 18, 21.

 

King, Don W. “Notes from the Editor.”  Christian Scholar’s Review 35.1 (Fall 2005): 5-12.

 

King, Don W. “The Religious Poetry of Ruth Pitter.”  Christianity and Literature 54.4 (Summer 2005):    521-562.

 

King, Don W. “Notes from the Editor.”  Christian Scholar’s Review 34.1 (Fall 2004): 3-9.

 

King, Don W.  Review of C. S. Lewis, Collected Letters: Volume II, Books, Broadcasts, and War 1931-1949.              Ed. Walter Hooper.  Christianity & Literature 54.1 (Autumn 2004): 128-133.

 

King, Don W. “Silent Music: The Letters of Ruth Pitter.”  Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis           Society   35 (Spring 2004): 1-15.

 

King, Don W.  “The Lost Poems of C. S. Lewis:  ‘The Metrical Meditations of a Cod,’ ‘Early Poems’ and Spirits in Bondage.” Christianity and Literature 53.2 (Winter 2004): 163-201.   

 

King, Don W.  “Notes from the Editor.”  The Christian Scholar’s Review 33 (Fall 2003): 5-11.

 

King, Don W.  “The Anatomy of a Friendship: The Correspondence of Ruth Pitter and C. S. Lewis, 1946-1962.”  Mythlore 24 (Summer 2003): 2-24

 

King, Don W.  Review of Imagination and the Arts in C. S. Lewis: Journeying to Narnia and Other Worlds            by Peter J. Schakel.  The Christian Scholar’s Review 32 (Spring 2003): 333-35.

 

King, Don W. “Devil to Devil:  John Milton, C. S. Lewis, and Screwtape.” Lamp-Post of the Southern California C. S. Lewis Society 26.3-4 (Fall-Winter 2002): 6-18.

 

King, Don W.  “Narnia and the Seven Deadly Sins” in Pilgrimage: The Newsletter of the Toronto C. S. Lewis Society 10.1 (November 2002): 1-8.

  

King, Don W.  “Notes from the Editor.”  The Christian Scholar’s Review 32 (Fall 2002): 5-11.

 

King Don W.  Review of C. S. Lewis: Then and Now by Wesley A. Kort.  Christianity and Literature 51 (Summer 2002): 679-82.

King, Don W.  Interview regarding C. S. Lewis, Poet: The Legacy of His Poetic Impulse by Don W. King.

            With Ken Myers of Mars Hill Audio Journal 56 (May/June 2002).

 

King, Don W.  “Quorum Porum: The Literary Cats of T. S. Eliot, Ruth Pitter, and Dorothy L.            Sayers.”  SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review 18 (2001): 25-45.

 

King, Don W.  “Notes from the Editor.”  The Christian Scholar’s Review 31 (Fall 2001): 5-12;      “Response to Michael S. Hamilton’s ‘The Elusive Idea of Christian Scholarship,’” 28-30.

 

King, Don W.  Review of The Soulbane Stratagem by Norman Jetmundsen.  Christianity and Literature 50       (Summer 2001): 762-765.

 

King, Don W. Review of C. S. Lewis, Collected Letters: Volume I, Family Letters, 1905-1932.  Ed.            Walter Hooper.  Christianity and Literature 50 (Summer 2001): 750-755.

 

King, Don W.  Interview regarding C. S. Lewis, Poet: The Legacy of His Poetic Impulse by Don W.        King.  The Lamp-Post of the Southern California C. S. Lewis Society 24.4 (Winter 2000-01): 15-20.

 

King, Don W.  C. S. Lewis, Poet: The Legacy of His Poetic ImpulseKent, OHKent State    University Press, 2001.

 

King, Don W.  “A Grief Observed as Free Verse.”  Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis Society 32             (March             2001): 1-7.

 

King, Don W.  “Notes from the Editor.”  The Christian Scholar’s Review 30 (Fall 2000): 5-10.

 

King, Don W.  “The Religious Verse of C. S. Lewis: Part Two.”  The Canadian C. S. Lewis Journal         98 (Fall 2000): 41-54.

 

King, Don W.  “The Religious Verse of C. S. Lewis: Part One.”  The Canadian C. S. Lewis Journal         97 (Spring 2000): 12-27.

 

King, Don W.  “The Poetry of Prose:  C. S. Lewis, Ruth Pitter, and Perelandra.”  Christianity and Literature 49 (Spring 2000):  331-356.

 

King, Don W.  “Notes from the Editor.”  The Christian Scholar’s Review 29 (Fall 1999): 5-10.

 

King, Don W.  “C. S. Lewis ‘The Quest of Bleheris’ as Prose Poetry.”  The Lamp-Post of the Southern            California C. S. Lewis Society 23.1 (Spring 1999): 3-15.

 

King, Don W.  “Glints of Light: The Unpublished Short Poetry of C. S. Lewis.”  SEVEN: An    Anglo-American Literary Review 15 (1998): 73-96.

 

King, Don W.  “C. S. Lewis’s Spirits in Bondage: World I Poet as Frustrated Dualist.”  The Christian             Scholar’s Review 27 (Summer 1998): 454-474.

 

King, Don W.  “ C. S. Lewis: A Centenary Retrospective.”  The Christian Scholar’s Review 27          (Summer 1998): 404-405.

 

King, Don W. “The Collected Poems of C S Lewis” (134-126); “Dymer” (144-146); “Narrative           Poems” (289-90); “Poems” (325-327); “Spirits in Bondage” (385-387; and eighty other short      entries.  The C. S. Lewis Readers’ Encyclopedia.  Eds. Jeffrey D. Schultz and John G. West.          Grand Rapids, MI:  Zondervan, 1998.

 

King, Don W.  Review of C. S. Lewis: A Companion and Guide by Walter Hooper.  The Christian     Scholar’s Review 27 (Fall 1997): 129-130.

 

King, Don W.  A Bibliographic Review of C. S. Lewis as Poet: 1952-1995, Part TwoThe Canadian C.   S. Lewis Journal 92 (Fall 1997): 34-52.

 

King, Don W.   A Bibliographic Review of C. S. Lewis as Poet: 1952-1995, Part OneThe Canadian C.    S. Lewis Journal 91 (Spring 1997): 9-23.

 

King, Don W. “Making the Poor Best of Dull Things: C. S. Lewis as Poet.”  SEVEN: An Anglo-     American Literary Review 12 (1995): 79-92.

 

King, Don W.  Review of The Western Canon: The Books and School of the Ages by Harold Bloom.             World 9 (November 4, 1994): 20-21.

 

King, Don W.  Review of Realms of Gold:  The Classics in Christian Perspective by Leland Ryken.  The       Christian Scholar’s Review 24.1 (September 1994): 82-83.

 

King, Don W.  “Sacramentalism in the Poetry of Philip Larkin.  1994.            http://www.montreat.edu/dking/General%20essays/SacramentalisminthePoetryofPhilipLar        kin.htm

 

King, Don W.  Review of Shadowlands.  Directed by Richard Attenborough.  Savoy Pictures.  World 8           (January 15, 1994): 21.

 

King, Don W.  Review of A Prophet with Honor: The Billy Graham Story by William Martin.  World 6          (January 4, 1992): 15.

 

King, Don W. Review of Word and Story in C. S. Lewis.  Eds. Peter Schakel and Charles Huttar.  World 6 (March 30, 1991): 14-15.

 

King, Don W.  “Demythologizing C. S. Lewis.”  Review of C. S. Lewis: A Biography by A. N. Wilson.       World 5 (May 19, 1990): 14-15.

 

King, Don, W.  “The Distant Voice in C. S. Lewis’ Poems.”  Studies in the Literary Imagination        22.2      (Fall 1989): 175-184.

 

King, Don W.  “Criticism’s a Tough Pill, But Worth Taking.”  Presbyterian Survey 79 (May 1989): 3-4.

 

King, Don W.  “The Rhetorical Similarities of C. S. Lewis and Bertrand Russell.”  Mythlore 15                (Autumn 1988): 28-31.

 

King, Don W. “The Wardrobe as Christian Metaphor.”  Mythlore 14 (Autumn 1987): 25-27, 33.

 

King, Don W.  and Richardson Gray.  “The Christian Hero and the Realistic Novel.”  The Christian   Scholar’s Review 16 (January 1987): 109-121.

 

King, Don W.  “Christianity and Irony in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad.”  1987.             http://www.montreat.edu/dking/British%20novel/christia.htm

 

King, Don W.  “The Childlike in George MacDonald and C. S. Lewis.”  Mythlore 12 (Summer    1986): 17-22, 26.

 

King, Don W.  “From the Journal to the Essay.”  Exercise Exchange 31 (Spring 1986): 18-20.

 

King, Don W. “A Case for the Christian Liberal Arts College.”  The Presbyterian Journal 43 (January 2     and 9, 1985): 9-10.

 

King, Don W.  “Generating the Light Bulb Essay.”  Exercise Exchange 30 (Fall 1984): 17-19.

 

King, Don W.  “Narnia and the Seven Deadly Sins.”  Mythlore 10 (Spring 1984): 14-19.  Reprinted in     Pilgrimage: The Newsletter of the Toronto C. S. Lewis Society 10.1 (November 2002): 1-8.

 

King, Don W.  “Religious Hucksters.”  The Presbyterian Journal 43 (May 23, 1984): 14.

 

King, Don W.  “Teacher as Writer: Showing Is Better Than Telling.”  Carolina English Teacher (1983): 14-17.

 

King, Don W.  “Teaching Persona Through Freewriting.”   Exercise Exchange 28 (Spring 1983); 21.22.

 

King, Don W.  “Other Worlds.”  HIS 43 (April 1983): 28-29.

 

King, Don W. and Walter Beale.  “A Grading Contract That Works.”  Exercise Exchange 26 (Fall          1981): 17-20.  Reprinted in Writing Exercises from Exercise Exchange, Volume II.  Ed. Charles         Duke.  Urbana” National Council of Teachers of English, 1984.

 

 

MARK LASSITER

 

Lassiter, Mark.  “Teaching Within the Dilemma—Science Technology and Small College   Consortia.”  Selected Papers from the 10th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning,      edited by Jack A. Chambers. Jacksonville, FL: Florida Community College, 1999.

 

Lassiter, Mark, C.S. Apperson and R.M Roe. “Juvenile Hormone Metabolism in the Ovary, Gut,            Head and Carcass after Blood Feeding in the Southern House Mosquito, Culex           quinquefasciatus.” Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 113B:2 (1996): 229-237.

 

Lassiter, Mark, C.S. Apperson and R.M Roe. “Juvenile Hormone Metabolism During the Fourth       Stadium and Pupal Stage of the Southern House Mosquito, Culex quinquefasciatus Say.”          Journal of Insect Physiology  41:10 (February 1995): 869-876.

 

Lassiter, Mark.  Juvenile Hormone Metabolism During Larval and Adult Development of the Southern House          Mosquite, Culex Quinquefasciatus Say (Diptera:Culcicidae).  Raleigh: North Carolina State University, 1994.

 

Lassiter, Mark, C.S. Apperson and R.M. Roe. “Juvenile Hormone Metabolism during Adult    Development of Culex quinquefasciatus (Diptera: Culicidae).” Journal of Medical Entomology      (1994): 586-593.

 

Lassiter, Mark, et al. “Biochemical Evidence for the Presence of a Juvenoid in Ticks.”  Host Regulated Developmental Mechanisms in Vector Arthropods, eds D. Borovsky and A. Spielman. Vero.Beach,          FL: University of Florida-IFAS,  1993.

 

Lassiter, Mark.  “House Dust Mites in Williamsburg, Virginia.”  Virginia Medical (April 1990): 152-         157.

 

 Lassiter, Mark.  A Survey of House Dust Mites in the Williamsburg Area.   Williamsburg, VA: College of William and Mary, 1985.

 

   

MARK  McCARTHY

 

McCarthy, Mark.  Review of Law in Medieval Russia by Ferdinand Feldburgge.  The Medieval Review       (Fall 2009). http://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/tmr/

 

McCarthy, Mark.  Review of Working Souls: Russian Orthodoxy and Factory Labor in St. Petersburg, 1991-       1917 by Page Herlinger.  Canadian Slavonic Papers 51: 2-3 (Fall 2009).              

 

McCarthy, Mark.  “Kuyper and Bulgakov:  Christian Involvement in Wordly Affairs.”  Contact          (Spring 2000).

 

KIM W. MCMURTRY

 

 

McMurtry, Kim W. “Strategies to Motivate Traditional Classroom Faculty to Teach Online.” 

               Contemporary Issues in Education Research (Spring 2012) (in press).

 

McMurtry, Kim W. “Six Challenges Facing Late Adopters of Online Undergraduate Education.”

              The Journal of Applied Learning Technology 2.1 (Winter 2012): 23-26.

 

 

BARBARA NELSON

 

Nelson, BarbaraSpiritual Needs of PatientsPhoenix, AZ: Western Institute of Nursing, 1998.

 

PAUL OWEN

 

Owen, Paul L. and Larry W. Hurtado. “Who is This Son of Man?”: the Latest Scholarship on a Puzzling

            Expression of the Historical Jesus. New York: T&T Clark, 2011.

 

Owen, Paul L. “The Last Wolf of Carolina.” Valley Voices: A Literary Review (Spring/Summer 2011):

 

Owen, Paul L. The Long Winter: One Man’s Journey Through the Darkness of Foster Care. Bloomington, IN:

            Authorhouse, 2010.

 

Owen, Paul L. “The ‘Works of the Law’ in Romans and Galatians: A New Defense of the             Subjective Genitive.” Journal of Biblical Literature 126.3 (Fall 2007): 553-578.

  

Owen, Paul.  Chapter: “The Relationship of Eschatology to Esoteric Wisdom in the Jewish        Pseudepigraphal Apocalypses.”  Studies in Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity, volume 1:           Ancient Versions and Traditions.  Ed. Craig A. Evans.  London: T & T Clark International,            2004.

 

Owen, Paul and Carl Mosser.  “Chapter 19: Mormonism”.  To Everyone an Answer: a Case for          the        Christian Worldview.  Eds. Francis J. William L. Beckwith,  Craig, and J.P. Moreland.    Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2004. 

 

Owen, Paul L., Francis J. Beckwith, and Carl Mosser.  The New Mormon Challenge: Responding to the            Latest Defenses of a Fast-growing Movement. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2002.

 

Owen, Paul L. “The Doctrine of the Trinity in LDS and ‘Catholic’ Contexts.” Element: An E-Journal    of Mormon Philosophy and Theology  1:1 (2002). http://www.nd.edu/~rpotter/element4.html

 

Owen, Paul L. “Speaking Up for Qumran, Dalman, and the Son of Man: Was Bar Enasha a   Common Term for ‘Man’ in the Time of Jesus?”  Journal for the Study of the New Testament  81.1 (2001): 81-122.

 

Owen, Paul L. “Calvin and Catholic Trinitarianism: An Examination of Robert Reymond’s       Understanding of the Trinity and His Appeal to John Calvin.”  Calvin Theological Journal 35.2     (November 2000):262-281.

 

Owen, Paul L. “Review of How Wide the Divide?  A Mormon and an Evangelical in Conversation”   by Craig L. Blomberg and Stephen E. Robinson.  FARMS Review of Books 11.2 (1999):1-  102.

 

Owen, Paul L. “Mormon Scholarship, Apologetics, and Evangelical Neglect: Losing the Battle and   Not Knowing It.”  Trinity Journal 19.2 (Fall 1998): 179-205.

 

 

 

 

ISAAC OWOLABI

 

 

Owolabi, Isaac B. “Adopting a Marketing Orientation Concept in Teaching.” Proceedings of the Annual

           Conference of the Adult Higher Education Alliance. Boston, MA: AHEA/Alliance Conference,

            2005.

 

Owolabi, Isaac B. and D.A. Ogirri. “Theoretical and Historical Underpinnings of Globalization

            and Implications for African Development and Global Marketing.” Papers Presented to the

            Southeastern Regional Seminar in African Studies. Charlotte, NC: SERSAS Conference, 2004.

 

Owolabi, Isaac B. “The Trouble with Systematic Racism.” Proceedings of the Annual Alliance/ACE

            Conference. Austin, TX: Alliance/ACE Conference, 2001.   

 

Owolabi, Isaac.  “Review of Organizational Behavior, 5th edition” by Robert Kreitner, Angelo         Kinicki, and Marc Buelens.  London: Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 2000.

 

Owolabi, Isaac B. “Forging Connections Between Faculty, Staff, and Administration in Serving

             Adult Learning Needs.” Proceedings of the Annual ACE/Alliance. Saratoga Springs, NY:

             ACE/Alliance Conference, 1999.

 

Owolabi, Isaac B. “Pre- and Post-Enrollment Advising Model for Off-Campus Distant

             Learning.” Conference Program & Proceedings of the National Conference on the

             Adult Learner. Columbia, SC: National Conference on the Adult Learner, 1997.

             

Owolabi, Isaac and K. Lakin.  “Degree Completion Advising Model - A Case of Montreat College.”      St. Petersburg, FL: ACE/Alliance Conference ,1996.

 

Owolabi, Isaac.  “Rekindling Entrepreneurial Spirit:  Nigeria’s Priority in the 1990’s” CONPO Review:           A Journal of Interdisciplinary Analysis of Nigerian Issues 1.1 (September 1992):16-18.

 

Owolabi, Isaac B. “Evaluating Program Quality and Effectiveness: A Case of Marian College.”

             Proceedings of the ACE/Alliance Conference. Mobile, Alabama: ACE/Alliance Conference, 1991.

 

Owolabi, Isaac and E.H. Risch.  Instructor’s Manual to accompany Ernest H. Risch’s Retail Merchandising,      2nd Edition.  New York: Macmillan Publishing Company,  1991.

 

Owolabi, Isaac and J.R. Stone.  “The Influence of Career Stage on the Training Needs of Sales and      Marketing Trainer.”  Marketing Education Journal 14.1 (Fall 1988): 41-62.     

 

 

ELIZABETH PEARSON

 

Pearson, Elizabeth.  Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Adams: Musicians of Note. Montreat, NC: Montreat-Anderson     College, 1995.

 

Pearson, Elizabeth.  “Review of Meet Bathsheba: Dramatic Portraits of Biblical Women”  by    Rosanne Gartner. The Christian Librarian 44.3 (2001): 113-14.

 

 

DARREN PROPPE

 

Proppe, Darren, A.V. Kociolek, A.P. Clevenger, and C.C. St. Clair. “Effects of Road Networks on

             Bird Populations.” Conservation Biology 25.2 (April 2011): 241-249.

 

Proppe, Darren S., Christopher Sturdy, and Colleen Cassady St. Clair. “Flexibility in Animal Signals

             Facilitates Adaptation to Rapidly Changing Environments.” PLoS One 6.9 (2011): 1-4.

 

Proppe, Darren S., L.L. Bloomfield, and C.S. Sturdy. “Acoustic Transmission of the Chick-a-Dee

             Call of the Black Capped Chickadee (Poecile Atricapillus): Forest Structure and Note

             Function.” Canadian Journal of Zoology 88.8 (2010): 788-794.

 

 

SANJAY RAJAGOPAL

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay.  “The Evaluation of a Floating-rate Sale-Leaseback.”  Allied Academies       International Conference, International Academy for Case Studies.  ProceedingsCullowhee, NC, 14.1 (2007): 57-8.

 

Journal of Commercial Banking and Finance 4.1/2 (2005): 27-         47.

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay.  “Does the ‘Overall Efficiency’ Model Really Have Two Efficiency Ratios?  A   Comment on Measuring Managerial Efficiency in International Non-Profit Organizations.”        International Journal of Management  21.2 (June 2004): 240-245.

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay.  “Professional Help at Hand for Trade, Industry.  Businessline (January 14,     2004): 1.

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay and Theodor Kohers.  “Industry Characteristics and the Information Content   of Debt Downgrades.”   Journal of Commercial Banking and Finance 3.1-2 (2004): 103-       113.

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay.  “The Choice of Private Versus Public Debt in an Emerging Economy: Does     Information Asymmetry Play a Role?”   Journal of Commercial Banking and Finance           3.1-2 (2004): 11-25.

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay.  “The Treachery of Ratios.” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies. 9.5        (2003): 37-40.

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay.  “Instructor’s Notes.” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies 9.6 (2003): 23-30.

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay.  “Exploring the Signaling Role of Bank Loans in an Emerging Economy.”              Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Global Business  14 (2003).

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay and Theodor Kohers. “Bond Downgrades & Intra-Industry Contagion and             Competitive Effects: The Case of Industrials.”  Academy of Accounting & Financial Studies            Journal  3.2 (1999): 123-134.

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay.  “Information Transfers from Diverse Corporate Events: Methodological Issues             & Findings.”   Economics & Economic Education Research Journal.

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay, V Pandey and J. Patel. “Do Yield Spreads Reflect Augmented Market Efficiency?”          Midwest Review of Finance & Insurance. 6.1 (1992): 191-95.

 

Rajagopal, Sanjay, V. Pandey, and J. Patel.  “Do Yield Spreads Reflect Augmented Efficiency?”  .       Proceedings of the Midwest Business Administration Association. Midwest Review of Finance & Insurance           6.1 (Spring 1992): 191-195.

 

 

DON SHEPSON

 

Shepson, Don.  “Review of Ancient-future Evangelism: Making Your Church a Faith-forming Community” by Robert E. Webber.  Christian Education Journal 3.1 (Spring 2006): 161-165.

 

Shepson, Don.  “Christian World View Integration: “A Believer’s Role in sanctification.”  Growth:           the Journal of the Association for Christians in Student Development 5.5 (Spring 2005): 56-64.

 

Shepson, Don. “Review of Satisfy Your Soul: Restoring the Heart of Christian Spirituality” by Bruce Demarest.   Christian Education Journal 1.3 (Fall 2004): 234-237.

 

 

JIM SHORES

 

Shores, James W.  “A Win-Lose Situation: Historical Context, Ethos, and Rhetorical Choices in   John Muir’s 1908 ‘Hetch Hetchy Valley’ Article.”  The Journal of American Culture 29.2 (June    2006): 191-201.

 

Shores, James W. “The Aesthetic Role of Theatrical Conventions in Christian Theatre: Legacy by       Carol E. Anderson as viewed through Beardsley’s Cannons.”  Christianity and Theatre 27.1             (Spring/Summer 2006): 22-34.

 

Shores, James. W. “How Good Can Bad Art Be? Aesthetics and Ethics in Church Theatre.”         Christianity and Theatre 27.1 (Spring/Summer 2006): 11-21.

 

 

DOTTIE SHUMAN

 

Shuman, Dottie and Brad Daniel.  Methods of Teaching Environmental Education: Participants Guide.          Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, 2009.

 

Shuman, Dottie K. and Brad Daniel.  Methods of Teaching Environmental Education: Facilitator’s Guide.          Raleigh NC: North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, 2009.

 

Shuman, Dottie.  “A Proposed Model for Enhanced Spiritual Connectedness.”  Taproot

            17.1 (Spring/Summer 2007): 14-17.

 

Shuman, Dottie. “Toward a Theory of Commitment to Environmental Education Teaching.”              Journal of Environmental Education 28:2 (Winter 1997): 25-33.

 

 

JIM SOUTHERLAND

 

Southerland, Jim.  “A Man and His Camera Obscura.”              http://www.worldprintmakers.com/english/camera.htm

 

Southerland, Jim. James D. Southerland—Portfolio.”  http://art-to-thee-too.com/works

 

Southerland, JimMy Camera Obscura, 25+ YearsBlack Mountain, NC: Art-to-Thee-Too, 2006.

 

In Revision:  Camera Obscura: En Plein Air Paintings, 2004.

 

 

DAVE SPERRY

 

Sperry, Dave.  “Knots for Climbing.”  In Outdoor Adventures: Rock Climbing.  Eds. Timothy W. Kidd        and Jennifer Hazelrigs.  Wilderness Education Association.  Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2009.

 

 

EUNICE STACKHOUSE

 

Stackhouse, Eunice Wonderly.  Compact Disc: Solo Piano Music of Juliette Adams (Mrs. Crosby Adams).     Montreat, NC: Montreat College, 2006.

 

Stackhouse, Eunice Wonderly. Louise Talma: Three Bagatelles for Piano.  Hildegard Publishing       Company, 2003.

 

Stackhouse, Eunice Wonderly.  COVER: Clavier 42.3 (March 2003).

 

Stackhouse, Eunice Wonderly.  “Childhood Scenes and Memories in Louise Talma’s Soundshots”  Clavier 41.9 (November 2002): 17-23.

 

Stackhouse, Eunice Wonderly.  Louise Talma: Soundshots for Piano.  Hildegard Publishing Company,   2000.

 

Stackhouse, Eunice Wonderly.  A Survey of the Solo Piano Compositions of Louise Talma, Composed from   1943 to 1984. Lawrence, KA: University of Kansas, 1995.

 

 

DAN STRUBLE

 

Struble, Dan and Maurice H. Rindskopf.  Oral History and Memoir: Rear Admiral Maurice H.        Rindskopf.  Washington, D.C.: Oral History Program, Naval Historical Center, 2000.  

Struble, Dan.  “Review of Diplomacy, Force, & Leadership:  Essays in Honor of Alexander L.            George” by Dan Caldwell and Timothy J. McKeown.  Naval War College Review 49.2 (Spring         1996): 182.

 

Struble, Dan.  “Infrastructure, Installations, and the Future of the Navy.”  Naval War College Review          49.3 (Summer 1996): 109-124.

 

Struble, Dan. "What is Command and Control Warfare (C2W)?"  Naval War College Review 48.3         (Summer 1995): 89-98.

 

 

JEFF TEO

 

Tao, Jeffrey.  “ Chapter: Trusted Computing: Evolution and Direction.”  Cyber Security and Global       Information Assurance: Threat Analysis and Response Solutions . Ed. Kenneth J. Knapp.      Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 2009.

 

 

MARK A. WELLS

 

Wells, Mark A.  “The Necessity of a Christocentric Anthropology for Christian Psychology:      Reflections on Ray Anderson’s Doctrine of Humanity.”  Edification: Journal of the Society for          Christian Psychology 1.2 (2007): 57-64.

 

 

STEPHEN WOODWORTH

 

Woodworth, Stephen.  “Review of Preaching to a Shifting Culture: 12 Perspectives on            Communicating that Connects, edited by Scott M. Gibson.  The Journal of Youth Ministry 3.2           (Spring 2005): 122-125.

 

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