Learning to Teach: What you Need to Know to Develop a Successful Career as a Public Relations Educator
Lynn M. Sallot and B. J. Desanto2003
Georgia Southern University faculty members Pamela G. Bourland-Davis and Beverly L. Graham co-authored “Managing the Public Relations Internship: Linking the Classroom to the Workplace” in the publication Learning to Teach: What you Need to Know to Develop a Successful Career as a Public Relations Educator.
Christopher P. Baker, Georgia Southern University9-2002
Georgia Southern University faculty member Christopher Baker authored Absolutism and Scientific Revolution 1600-1720: A Biographical Dictionary.
Kathleen M. Comerford, Georgia Southern University and Hilmar M. Pabel, Simon Fraser University12-22-2002
Georgia Southern University faculty member Kathleen M. Comerford co-edited Early Modern Catholicism: Essays in Honour of John W. O'Malley, S.J. alongside non-faculty member Hilmar M. Pabel.
Book Summary: The so-called Counter- or Catholic Reformation has traditionally been viewed as a monolith. John O'Malley, a distinguished scholar of the Renaissance and Reformation, has decisively challenged this interpretation, emphasizing the variety, vitality, and complexity of Catholicism in the early modern era. The essays in Early Modern Catholicism, written in O'Malley's honour, present new research on subjects ranging from art in China to popular religion, from new religious orders to colonial architecture, and ... Read more
Laura E. Valeri, Georgia Southern University8-21-2002
Georgia Southern faculty member Laura E. Valeri authored The Kind of Things Saints Do.
Book Summary: “I believe that what people yearn for in love is to have their lives made numinous by the immortal vision of their gods,” writes Laura Valeri, winner of the 2002 John Simmons Short Fiction Award. The yearning desires, stifling limitations, and hard consequences of human affection are all realities explored in The Kind of Things Saints Do, Valeri's chronicle of men and women overwhelmed in their loneliness and isolation.
From the Anglo-American woman who makes a spectacle of herself trying to be Cuban in ... Read more
Kathleen M. Comerford, Georgia Southern University2001
Georgia Southern University faculty member Kathleen M. Comerford authored Ordaining the Catholic Reformation: Priests and Seminary Pedagogy in Fiesole, 1575-1675.
Where We Live, Work and Play: The Environmental Justice Movement and the Struggle for a New Environmentalism
Patrick Novotny, Georgia Southern University1-1-2000
Georgia Southern University faculty member Patrick Novotny authored Where we live, work, and play : the environmental justice movement and the struggle for a new environmentalism.
Chris B. Geyerman, Georgia Southern University and Beverly L. Graham, Georgia Southern University1998
Georgia Southern University faculty members Chris B. Geyerman and Beverly L. Graham co-edited Communicating in Public: Key Concepts and Application Activities (2nd Edition).
Reed W. Smith, Georgia Southern University1-1-1995
Georgia Southern University faculty member Reed W. Smith authored Samuel Medary and the Crisis: Testing the Limits of Press Freedom.
Book Summary: This political biography tells the story of Samuel Medary, a controversial journalist and political activist who published a Peace Democrat (Copperhead) newspaper - the Crisis - in Columbus, Ohio, during the Civil War. Medary, a staunch supporter of states' rights and civil liberties, opposed the Union war effort and fought against government attempts to suppress the peace movement. In his editorials he repeatedly encouraged civilian resistance to President Lincoln's policies, including conscription, martial law, and heavy taxation.
Samuel ... Read more
Chris B. Geyerman, Georgia Southern University and Beverly L. Graham, Georgia Southern University1993
Georgia Southern University faculty members Chris B. Geyerman and Beverly L. Graham co-edited Communicating in Public: Key Concepts and Application Activities.