Michael Prendergast, theology and music, had an article in the March 2019 issue of Pastoral Music, Journal of the National Association of Pastoral Musician (NPM): “Revisiting Communal Reconciliation.”
Michael Cameron, theology, wrote “Letter and Spirit: Latin Patristic and Early Medieval and Christianity” in The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, eds. Christine Helmer, et al. (Berlin: Walter De Gruyter, 2018), vol. 16: 237-42; “Regnum [Kingdom]” in Augustinus-Lexikon, vol. 4, fasc. 7/8 (Basel: Schwabe, 2019): pp. 1112-19 as well as “Rex [King]” pp. 1208-13. He also presented “Augustine on Genesis in Confessions 11-12: The Case for Hermeneutical Rhetoric” at the Sixth Annual Northwest Early Christian Studies Seminar, University of Portland: March 2019.
Christin Hancock, history, presented “Mad Women in the Interwar Era: Gender and Syphilis-Induced Mental Illness in Middle America, 1918-1941,” at the Western Association of Women Historians (WAWH) Annual Conference, April 27, 2019, Portland, Oregon.
Nicole Ralston, education, presented “The growing pains of a new preventative model of alternative school: A mixed methods study” (with student Cara Wright) at the Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE) annual conference, Honolulu, HI, January 2019. She also attended the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Conference, Reno, NV, October 2018. She served on the Search Committee for ESOL/Reading Faculty Member, October 2018-April 2019, and on the Search Committee for Science/Research Methods Faculty Member, September-November 2018.
Trudie Booth, French studies, published her book, Les mots français: Vocabulaire, lectures et sujets de conversation, throughRoutledge on May 3.