A number GDRS (DRTS) alumni have been quite busy recently. There are three new books coming out by GDRS (DRTS) Alumni; two are already on shelves and two others have been accepted by publishers.
Kei Eun Chang (2009) had his dissertation published by Bloomsbury under the title The Community, the Individual and the Common Good: To Idion and To Sympheron in the Greco-Roman World and Paul. You can learn more about the book on the publisher’s website.
Sarah E. Fredericks (2007), Assistant Professor of Philosophy & Religion Studies at the University of North Texas published the title Measuring and Evaluating Sustainability: Ethics in Sustainability Indexes in the Routledge Studies in Sustainable Development series. You can learn more about the book on the publisher’s website.
Matthew Pierce (2013) has had his revised dissertations accepted for publication. Matt’s dissertation research, which focused on Medieval Shi’ite Muslim narratives, is scheduled to be published by Harvard University Press in 2015.
Joe Laycock (2012) had his dissertation work accepted for publication by Oxford University Press. His dissertation focused on Veronica Lueken and Marian movements in American Catholicism.
Congratulations and great work Kei Eun, Sarah, Matt and Joe!