Benjamin Dunning, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, has received a 2009-10 fellowship from Harvard University’s Women’s Studies in Religion Program. He is one of two male candidates to receive the award, which has previously gone to females only. Dunning has also published “Virgin Earth, Virgin Birth: Creation, Sexual Difference, and Recapitulation in Irenaeus of Lyons,” in the January issue of The Journal of Religion.
Franklin Harkins, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, has published “Unwitting Witnesses: Jews and Judaism in the Thought of Augustine,” in Augustine and World Religions, ed. Brian Brown, John Doody, and Kim Paffenroth (Lexington Books, 2008).
Bradford Hinze, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of theology, delivered a paper entitled “Ecclesial Impasse: What Can We Learn From Our Laments?” at the Second International Receptive Ecumenism Conference, on Jan. 13, in Durham, UK.
Karina Hogan, Ph.D., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, has published “Theologies in Conflict” in 4 Ezra: Wisdom Debate and Apocalyptic Solution (Brill Publishing, 2008).
J. Patrick Hornbeck II, D. Phil., A&S,
assistant professor of theology, has published “Theologies of Sexuality in English Lollardy,” in the Journal of Ecclesiastical History.
Kathleen P. King, Ed.D., GSE,
professor of education, has published “Research Models for Podcasting: For Primary Sources to Oral History, A Professional Development Seminar,” in TCEA Educational Technology Research Symposium 3. She has also published “Workplace performance- PLUS: Empowerment and Voice Through Professional Development and Democratic Processes in Health Care Training,” in Performance Improvement Quarterly 4.
Aristotle Papanikolaou, Ph.D., A&S,
associate professor of theology and co-founding director of the Orthodox Christian Studies Program, was elected to the board of directors of the Society of Christian Ethics at the Annual Conference of the Society of Christian Ethics in Chicago, Ill. He also presented a paper, “Does Forgiveness in Politics Make Any Sense?” at the conference.
Terrence Tilley, Ph.D., A&S,
professor of theology and chair of the department, published “Experience and Narrative” in Tradition and Pluralism: Essays in Honor of William M. Shea, edited by Kenneth L. Parker, Peter A. Huff, and Michael J. G. Pahls in the Series Studies in Religion and the Social Order (University Press of America, 2009).
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