Faculty in History, Philosophy, and Social Sciences
2013 Scott Waalkes, Ph.D. professor of Political Science, "Bashar sees he can't just give up power peacefully," Waalkes explained. "He's aware that if he retreats from power, his family and community will probably will be devastated. There's no way to give up power peacefully and expect his community to be safe."
2012 Scott Waalkes, Ph.D. professor of Political Science co-published a journal article with Matt Phelps, Ph.D. professor of Psychology, entitled, "Educating Desire and Imagination in a "Faith in the World" Seminar." The article is published in the Journal of Education and Christian Belief, volume 16, pp 195-214.
October 26, 2012. Scott Waalkes, Ph.D., professor of Political Science, presented a paper entitled "Christians, the 'Car System,' and Human Flourishing" at Baylor University's Conference on Technology and Human Flourishing.
October 2012 Jay Case, Ph.D., professor of History, presented a paper entitled, "Working without a Nation-State: Early Pentecostalism, Modernity, and the Historical Profession."
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Assistant Professor of Political Science
Chair, Department of History, Philosophy, and Social Sciences; Professor of Sociology
Jacalynn Stuckey Welling
Professor of History