"Evangelical Christianity and Social Change in Brazil"
Jay Case (Professor of History) has been selected to participate with the team going to Brazil this summer for faculty seminar, "Evangelical Christianity and Social Change in Brazil," organized by the Nagel Institute for the Study of World Christianity with the endorsement of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU). This seminar will be looking at the interplay of faith and public life in Brazil.
SAVE THE DATE! - 2013 Fall Faculty Retreat
Tuesday, August 20, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.- The Quarry Golf Club, 5650 Quarry Lake Drive, Canton, 44730. The theme is, "Teaching as a Christian Practice." Our guest speaker will be David Smith, Professor of German and Director of the Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning, Calvin College.
Summer Scholars Grant Recipients for 2013
Jay Case (Professor of History) will attend the faculty seminar on Evangelical Christianity and Social change in Brazil. Hosted by the Nagel Institute for the Study of World Christianity and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. The seminar combines scholars from North America and Brazil and will provide a deeper examination of the roots of Pentecostalism in Brazil and advance the purpose of his current project which builds on his previous book, An Unpredictable Gospel: American Evangelicals and World Christianity, 1812-1920.
David Beer (Assistant Professor of Political Science) will travel to the archives at the University of Toronto where he will continue to collect and edit the unpublished work of the great Canadian classical historian Charles Norris Cochrane and proceed with the submission of an initial book proposal.
David Entwistle (Professor of Psychology) and Stephen Moroney (Professor of Theology) research project involves taking the contents of the a course, GEN 460, Faith in the World, that has been taught by both professors over the past three years, and begin to turn it into a book-length manuscript, "Care of Persons in the Christian Tradition."
Jason Moyer (Assistant Professor of Communication Arts) will continue research and writing of an already in-progress manuscript which came from the second chapter of his dissertation titled, "The Liberal Christian Foreign Policy of Woodrow Wilson" for submission to the Rhetoric & Public Affairs journal by August 2013.
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