Faculty Publications

Prof. Christopher Evans was Featured Speaker at Frances Willard House Museum Online Event

On Sunday, January 23, Professor of History of Christianity and Methodist Studies Christopher Evans was the featured speaker for the online event “Views: Women, Faith, and Activism” hosted by the Frances Willard House Museum. The event featured a conversation about his upcoming book Do Everything: The Biography of Frances Willard. This biography will be the first […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for January 2022

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of January 2022: Choi Hee An (2021). A Postcolonial Relationship: Challenges of Asian Immigrants as the Third Other. State University Of New York Press. (2022, January 11). Choi Hee An: Postcolonial leadership is a new model for Asian immigrant leaders […]

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Prof. Jonathan Calvillo Named HTI 2021 Book Prize Winner

Hispanic Theological Initiative announced its 2021 Book Award Winners at the beginning of January. Assistant Professor of Sociology of Religion Jonathan Calvillo was one of three awardees for his publication The Saints of Santa Ana: Faith and Ethnicity in a Mexican Majority City. “I am grateful to the many people who moved this project forward,” […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for December 2021

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of December 2021: Jonathan Calvillo “Religión comunitaria y opiniones divergentes del barrio” in Formas de creer en la ciudad. Edited by Hugo José Suárez, Karina Bárcenas Barajas, and Cecilia Delgado-Molina. Published by UNAM. David Schnasa Jacobsen “Ephobounto Gar: Fear, Wisdom, […]

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Prof. Shively Smith Quoted in Religion News Service Article about New NRSV English Translation

The following is an excerpt from the article “New Revised Standard Version Bible updated with consideration for ‘modern sensibilities’” by Adelle M. Banks, published on November 17, 2021 by Religion News Service. Click here to read the full article. Prof. Smith’s profile can be found here.  Shively T.J. Smith, a New Testament assistant professor at […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for November 2021

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of November 2021: Jonathan Calvillo “Sustaining Borderlands Traditions in a Latinx Pentecostal Church,” in City of Dreams: Los Angeles as a Cradle for Religious Activism, Innovation, and Diversity, edited by Richard Flory and Diane Winston. New York: Routledge Press. David […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for September 2021

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of September 2021: Rebecca Copeland “Bats, Viruses, and Human Beings: A Chiropteraphilic Theodicy,” Scottish Journal of Theology. Amy Limpitlaw “Library Mission Statements.”  In Administration in Theological Libraries: The Theological Librarian’s Handbook, Vol. 2, edited by Andrew Keck. Chicago: Atla Open […]

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BUSTH Announces Faculty Publications for May 2021

The School of Theology is pleased to announce the following faculty publications for the month of May 2021: Mary Elizabeth Moore Embracing Sexuality and Gender: Toward Radical Love, Religious Education, DOI: 10.1080/00344087.2021.1917851 Dana Robert Foreword to The Practice of Mission in Global Methodism: Emerging Trends from Everywhere to Everywhere, by Scott, David W., Stephens, Darryl […]

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Prof. Nicolette Manglos-Weber Featured in Sociology of Religion Journal Podcast

Assistant Professor of Religion and Society Nicolette Manglos-Weber was featured on the April 22, 2021 podcast published by the Sociology of Religion Journal to discuss her new research work on global faith communities in the African diaspora, and lived religion and social welfare. In this podcast, she discusses her recent article The Contexts of Spiritual […]

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