Faculty Publications

Faculty Publications 2017

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The Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts is proud of our accomplished faculty's ongoing commitment to scholarship. Below are the 17 books published by our faculty in 2017.

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One Sunday in Mississippi
Co-author: Linda Bannister
Professor of English

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The Past is a Foreign Country: Accounts of Life in the Japanese Concentration Camps in Occupied Indonesia, 1942-1949
Co-translator, co-editor, and introduction: Theresia de Vroom
Professor of English

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How Trump Governs: An Assessment and Prognosis
Author: Michael Genovese
Professor of Political Science

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Trumping of American Politics: The Strange Case of the 2016 Presidential Election
Author: Michael Genovese
Professor of Political Science

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The War Power in an Age of Terrorism
Co-author: Michael Genovese
Professor of Political Science

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Scaffolds of the Church: Towards Poststructural Ecclesiology
Author: Cyril Hovorun
Acting Director of the Huffington Ecumenical Institute

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Українська публічна теологія/Ukrainian Public Theology
Author: Cyril Hovorun
Acting Director of the Huffington Ecumenical Institute

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The Catechism of the Catholics Church in Short Daily Readings
Editor: Christopher Kaczor
Professor of Philosophy & Director of Ethics Program

 

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Excluded Within: The (Un)Intelligibility of Radical Political Actors
Author: Sina Kramer
Assistant Professor of Women's and Gender Studies

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Rhetoric's Pragmatism: Essays in Rhetorical Hermeneutics
Author: Steven Mailloux
Professor of English

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American Catholic History: A Documentary Reader, 2nd edition
Co-editor: Catherine Osborne
Visiting Assistant Professor of Theological Studies

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Yo-Yo Diplomacy: An American Columnist Tackles The Ups-and-Downs Between China and the US
Author: Tom Plate
Distinguished Scholar of Asian and Asian American Studies

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The Slow Work of God: Living the Gospel Today
Author: Thomas P. Rausch, SJ
Emeritus Professor of Theological Studies

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You Can Fly, A Sequel to the Peter Pan Tales
Author: Chuck Rosenthal
Professor of English

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Liquid Scripture: The Bible in a Digital World
Author: Jeffrey Siker
Professor of Theological Studies

Situational Analysis: Grounded Theory After the Interpretive Turn
Co-author: Rachel Washburn
Associate Professor of Sociology

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Imperfect Pastorals
Author: Gail Wronsky
Professor of English