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Barbara J. Frieling

Books

  • Yeats's ‘Vision’ Papers (3 vols.). London: Macmillan, 1991; Iowa City, Iowa: University of Iowa Press, 1992. Reviewed in New York Review of Books, 21 April 1994.

Editorships

  • Associate editor, The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, Pittsburgh, PA. December 1986 to present.

Scholarly Publications

  1. “Our Lives with the Yeatses' Ghosts: The Writing and Editing of the Automatic Script of W. B. and George Yeats." With Margaret Mills Harper and Sandra L. Sprayberry. Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies, Vol. XVII, Spring 2003.
  2. "Polarities in Patricia Storace's 'Dinner with Persephone: Travels in Greece'." The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology. August 1999. 221-226.
  3. "The Second Paradise: Goethe's Faust and the Eternal Feminine." The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology. August 1993. 199-202.
  4. "Mary as Mirror: The Enduring Cult of the Virgin." The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology. Vol. August 1993. 60-67.
  5. "The Moments of Crisis in Yeats's Vision Papers." Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies. Vol. X. Ed. Richard J. Finneran. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1992. 281-295.
  6. "'This Stark Tower': Hierosgamos in the Vision Papers of W. B. Yeats." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology. Vol. XI. August 1990.
  7. "Blake at the Rim of the World: A Jungian Consideration of Jerusalem" in Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, Volume VII, August 1987. Abstracted in Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, Winter 1989.
  8. Review: Bettina Knapp's A Jungian Approach to Literature in Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies, Volume IV, 1986. Cited in Jungian Literary Criticism, 1920-1980: An Annotated, Critical Bibliography of Works in English, Metuchen, N.J. & London: Scarecrow Press, 1988.

Presentations

  1. “Robertson Davies: Canada’s Merlin,” Phi Theta Kappa Seminar, Bainbridge College, January 1990.
  2. “An Introduction to C. G. Jung,” Forum Series, Bainbridge College, April 1986.
  3. “Blake at the Rim of the World: A Jungian Consideration of Jerusalem,” Tenth Annual Conference on Literature and Film, Florida State Conference Center, January 1985.

Honors

  1. Spring 2004 - Selected as Outstanding Teacher in a Two-Year College for 2004 by the South Atlantic Association of Departments of English/South Atlantic Modern Language Association
  2. Spring 2002 Meritorious Faculty Award, Bainbridge College Foundation
  3. August 1999 Faculty Development Award to attend Yeats International Summer School in Sligo, Ireland
  4. June 1999 Nominated for U.S. Professor of Year Award
  5. May 1999 First Distinguished Professor of the Year Award, Bainbridge College Association of Educators
  6. August 1998 Selected for Chancellor's Fellowship to participate in faculty seminar "Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times" in Greece
  7. Spring 1998 to present - Who's Who Among American Teachers
  8. Winter 1997 Woman of the Year Award (1996), American Biographical Institute
  9. Summer 1994 National Endowment for the Humanities Study Grant Award
  10. Spring 1993 Selected for inclusion in Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America
  11. Fall 1991 Faculty Enrichment Award, Bainbridge College Foundation, Inc.
  12. Summer 1991 Selected for inclusion in Who's Who in American Education and the Dictionary of International Biography
  13. Summer 1990 Selected for inclusion in Who's Who in the South and Southwest
  14. Spring 1990 Research Grant, Florida State University Foundation
  15. Spring 1989 Selected for inclusion in Who's Who in Georgia
  16. Spring 1988 Bert and Ruth Davis Award for Outstanding Dissertation in English Literature, Criticism, or Rhetoric, Florida State University
  17. Summer 1987 Research Associateship, Department of English, Florida State University
  18. Winter 1987 Faculty Enrichment Grant Award, Bainbridge College Foundation, Inc.
  19. Winter 1984 Faculty Development Grant Award, Bainbridge College Foundation, Inc.
  20. 1969 to 1971 UPCUT (Undergraduate Preparation for College and University Teachers) Fellowship, College of Arts and Sciences, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.

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Robert Gingras

Scholarly Publications

  1. "Hepzibah's Story: An Unpublished Work by Constance Fenimore Woolson." Resources for American Literary Study. 10 (Spring l980): 33-46.
  2. "The Artistry of Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four." The Brave New World of l984. Bainbridge, GA: Georgia Endowment for the Humanities and Bainbridge College, l984. 1-18.
  3. "Teaching Today in an Age of Accountability." Notes on Teaching English. 14 (May l987): 1-2.
  4. Gingras, Robert and Fike, Darrell. "Collaborative Learning and Computers." Reaching Through Teaching. 11.2 (Spring 1998): 18

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Wynton C. Hall

Scholarly Publications

  1. Martin J. Medhurst, Martin Carcasson, Wynton C. Hall, Buddy Howell eds., Presidential Rhetoric: An Annotated Bibliography from TR through George W. Bush (College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 2004). [Under contract with Texas A&M University Press]
  2. Wynton C. Hall, “Economically Speaking: George Bush and the Price of Perception,” in Principles vs. Politics: The Rhetorical Education of George Herbert Walker Bush, ed. Martin J. Medhurst (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2004). [Under review with Texas A&M University Press]
  3. Wynton C. Hall and John Mark King, “Rhetorical Style in Online Newspaper Coverage of Presidential Oratory: George W. at the United Nations,” Business Research Yearbook 10 (2003): 887-891.
  4. Wynton C. Hall, “Crashing Waves: Emission Reduction Credits As Divisive, Intra-Community Discourse,” Business Research Yearbook 10 (2003): 861-865.
  5. Wynton C. Hall, “’Reflections of Yesterday’: George H.W. Bush’s Instrumental Use of Public Opinion Research in Presidential Discourse,” Presidential Studies Quarterly 32.3 (September 2002): 531-558.
  6. Wynton C. Hall, “The Invention of ‘Quantifiably Safe Rhetoric’: Richard Wirthlin and Ronald Reagan’s Instrumental Use of Public Opinion Research In Presidential Discourse,” Western Journal of Communication 66.3 (Summer 2002): 319-346.
  7. Wynton C. Hall and John M. King, “Leadership by X-Sample?: Bill Clinton and Dick Morris’s Use of Poll-Tested, Triangulated Rhetoric,” Business Research Yearbook 9 (2002): 612-616.

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Margaret Smith

Awards and Honors

  1. 1998 Invited participant in American Council on Education Office of Women in Higher Education's National Issues Forum
  2. 1996 Participant in the League for Innovation in the Community College's Executive Leadership Institute
  3. 1995 Presidential Citation for Leadership to the Bainbridge-Decatur County Chamber of Commerce
  4. 1990 Who's Who in the South and Southwest
  5. 1989 Participant in National Institute for Leadership Development sponsored by American Association of Community Colleges and the American Association of Women in Community Colleges
  6. 1987 Outstanding Member, Kentucky Association for Continuing Education
  7. 1984 Outstanding Young Educator in Kentucky from the Kentucky Jaycees
  8. 1984 Outstanding Young Educator in Christian County from the local Jaycees
  9. 1974 Outstanding Young Women in America
  10. 1970 Most Valuable Actress Award from APSU Playhouse
  11. 1970 Dean's List, APSU
  12. 1967 Future Teachers of America, Chapter Scholarship Recipient

Presentations

  1. " Personality and Leadership," Georgia Association of Women in Community Colleges, 1994.
  2. " Diversifying the Curriculum," National Conference on Enhancing Minority Student Participation and Success in the Community College, 1994. § "Leadership Styles and Skills, Decatur 21st, 1993. § "On Being Successful," High School Seniors Breakfast, First Methodist Church, 1992. § "Industrial Training Issues: An Overview," Pennyrile Industrial Managers' Club, 1990.
  3. " Leadership Styles and Skills," Project Leadership, Todd County Central High School, 1989.
  4. " Leadership Skills Workshop," Hopkinsville-Christian County Youth Leadership Program, 1990, 1989, 1988.
  5. " Industrial Skills and Training," Leadership Hopkinsville-Christian County, 1988.
  6. " Launching a Community-Based Literacy Program," Kentucky Federal of Women's Clubs Annual Statewide Conference, 1988.
  7. " Time Management Workshop," Hopkinsville Project Self-Sufficiency, 1988.
  8. " Supervisory Training: Decision-Making and Personality Assessment," a seminar for first-line industrial supervisors, 1988.
  9. " Contributions of Local Higher Education," Leadership Hopkinsville-Christian County, 1988.
  10. " Personnel Administration: Training," a seminar for National Executive Housekeepers Association (NEHA), 1987.
  11. " Business-Industry and Education Partnership Panel," KACE Annual Conference, General Session Moderator, 1987.
  12. " Adult Education Alternatives," Leadership Hopkinsville-Christian County, 1987.
  13. " Literacy Assessment in the Workplace," Annual Kentucky Literacy Conference, 1987.
  14. " Council Formation," Regional Workshop for Kentucky Literacy Commission, 1987.
  15. " Leadership Skills Workshop," Leadership Hopkinsville-Christian County, 1988, 1987, 1986.
  16. " Establishing a Literacy Council," Annual Kentucky Literacy Conference, 1986.
  17. " Kentucky Style Community Service," Panel Presenter, National University Continuing Education Association Annual Conference, 1985.
  18. " Programming for Small Business in Rural Areas," Panel Presenter, National Adult Education Conference, 1985.
  19. " Supervisory Communication Practices," a half-day training program for first-line supervisors, conducted for various Kentucky industries, such as Jefferson Electric, Webber Farms, and Laurel Grocery, 1985.
  20. " Where Women Mean Business," Banquet Speaker, Hopkinsville Business and Professional Women's Chapter Celebration, 1984.
  21. " Continuing Education: Pricing, Budgeting, and Financial Recordkeeping," Moderator/Presenter, Joint Conference of KACE and Kentucky Community Education Association (KCEA), 1983.
  22. " Listening, group Discussions and the Communications Process," an oral communication seminar for NEHA, December 1983.
  23. " Needs Assessments," Presenter, Joint Conference of KACE and KCEA, 1982.
  24. " Determining Purpose and Audience for Business Communication," written communication seminar for NEHA, 1981.
  25. " Curriculum for Pre-Release Education Programs," National Military Education Conference sponsored by the American Association of Community and Junior Colleges and El Paso Community, 1973

Publications

  1. Community Colleges: Pathway to Kentucky's Future (A Report of the Futures Commission of the University of Kentucky Community College System), Co-Editor, Fall 1989.
  2. " Business Basics for Adult Educators," IN KACE (Kentucky Association for Continuing Education Newsletter), Spring 1989.
  3. " Transfer of Continuing Education to Practice: Testing an Evaluation Model," (accepted by THE JOURNAL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IN NURSING) 1988 (co-author).
  4. " Industry Partnership Marks HCC Initiative," TRANSMITTER, January 1988.
  5. " Fifty Tips for Using the Needs/Interest Survey Process," LIFELONG LEARNING: AN OMNIBUS OF PRACTICE AND RESEARCH, May 1985.
  6. " Cosponsoring Continuing Education Projects: Why and How," THE COMMUNITY SERVICES CATALYST, Spring 1985.
  7. " KACE in 1985: the New Year's Resolutions,' IN KACE, Spring 1985.
  8. " Adult and Continuing Education in Kentucky: An Overview," Foreword to the 1984 National Adult Education Conference Record published by the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education, 1985.
  9. " Institutions of Higher Education: A Call for Leadership," IN KACE, Spring 1983.
  10. KACE: Who Are We Anyway, IN KACE, Winter 1982.
  11. " Town and Gown: Partnership for Industrial Continuing Education," (excerpts in KENTUCKY BUSINESS LEDGER) August 1979.

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Patrick Smith

Books

  1. Thematic Guide to Popular Short Stories. Greenwood Press, 2002.
  2. “The True Bones of My Life”: Essays on the Fiction of Jim Harrison. Michigan State University Press, 2002.

Selected Articles and Essays

  1. "Philip Kerr." British Writers. Charles Scribner's Sons. Under contract.
  2. “James Lee Burke.” American Writers. Charles Scribner’s Sons, in press.
  3. “E. L. Doctorow” and “Peter Matthiessen.” Oxford University Press Encyclopedia of American Literature. Oxford University Press, in press.
  4. “Paul Auster.” American Writers: Supplement XII. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2002.
  5. “Robert Olen Butler.” American Writers: Supplement XII. Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2002.
  6. “Creating Habitat for the Soul: An Interview with Jim Harrison.” Patrick A. Smith and Robert DeMott. Conversations with Jim Harrison. Ed. Robert DeMott. University of Mississippi Press, 2002.
  7. “Jim Harrison.” American Writers: Supplement VIII, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2001.
  8. “Jim Harrison,” “Julip,” “The Woman Lit by Fireflies,” “Legends of the Fall,” “Thomas McGuane.” Ed. Abby Werlock. The Facts on File Companion to the American Short Story. Facts on File, 2000.
  9. “Mythmaking and the Consequence of ‘Soul History’ in Jim Harrison’s Legends of the Fall,” Studies in Short Fiction 36.4 (Fall 1999): 369-80.
  10. “Failing for Words.” Critical essay on William Cloonan’s The Writing of War: French and German Fiction and World War II. Research in Review Fall/Winter 1999: 46-51.
  11. “Constructing a Contemporary Utopia: Robert Coover’s The Universal Baseball Association,” Aethlon: The Journal of Sport Literature Fall 1998: 13-21.

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Elizabeth Mihalcik

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Thompson, F. G. and E. L. Mihalcik. 2003. Melania curvicostata Reeve, 1861 and Melania densicostata Reeve 1861 (MOLLUSCA, GASTROPODA, PLEUROCERIDAE). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature. 60(2): 109-112.
  2. Mihalcik, E. L. and F. G. Thompson. (in press, December 2002). A taxonomic revision of the freshwater snails referred to as Elimia curvicostata, and allied forms (MOLLUSCA, GASTROPODA, PLEUROCERIDAE). Walkerana. 13(29): 1 - 108.
  3. Mihalcik, E. L. 1998. Elimia curvicostata species-complex within the southeastern river drainages of Georgia, Florida, and Alabama. Dissertation. University of Florida.
  4. Christman, S. P., E. L. Mihalcik, and F. G. Thompson. 1996. Ecology and population biology of Tulotoma magnifica, an endangered freshwater snail from the Coosa River, Alabama. Malacological Review. 29: 17-63.

REPORTS

  1. 1995. Christman, S. P., E. L. Raiser, and F. G. Thompson. Alabama Power Company Final Project Report, Tulotoma magnifica: (Conrad) (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) Status and Biology in the Coosa River below Jordan Dam, Alabama.
  2. 1994. Christman, S. P. and E. L. Raiser. Alabama Power Company. Seventh Progress Report, Tulotoma magnifica: Status and Biology in the Coosa River below Jordan Dam.
  3. 1993. Christman, S. P. and E. L. Raiser. Alabama Power Company. Fourth - Sixth Progress Report, Tulotoma magnifica: Status and Biology in the Coosa River below Jordan Dam.

CONTRIBUTED PAPERS

  1. 2003. Mihalcik, E. L. and F. G. Thompson. Linidiella species in the tropical rainforests of Mexico, a discussion of shell morphology and external anatomical features (GASTROPODA: CERESIDAE). American Malacological Annual Meeting, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Programs and Abstracts, 40-41.
  2. 2003. Mihalcik, E. L. and F. G. Thompson. Cryptic species of the freshwater pleurocerid genus, Elimia, found within the Gulf coastal drainages of Alabama, Florida, and Georgia using CO1 gene of the mitochondrial DNA (GASTROPODA: PLEUROCERIDAE). NABS Bulletin. 20(1): 283. North American Benthological Society Annual Meeting, Athens, Georgia.
  3. 2002. Mihalcik, E. L. and F. G. Thompson. Interspecific and intraspecific assessment of mtDNA CO1 of the freshwater snail Elimia curvicostata complex with the southeastern rivers of Florida, Georgia, and Alabama (GASTROPODA: PLEUROCERIDAE). Charleston, South Carolina.
  4. 2002. Thompson, F. G. and E. L. Mihalcik. The freshwater snails of the Elimia curvicostata complex from the southeastern rivers of Florida, Georgia, and Alabama (GASTROPODA: PLEUROCERIDAE). Charleston, South Carolina.
  5. 1999. An insight into the biogeography, speciation, and evolution of some of the freshwater snail Elimia species within the southeastern US river drainages [Pleuroceridae: Gastropoda]. American Malacological Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvannia.
  6. 1999. Biodiversity and biogeography of the “smooth” forms of the freshwater snail genus Elimia (family pleuroceridae) in the southeastern US. NABS Bulletin. 16(1): 134. North American Benthological Society Annual Meeting, Duluth, Minnesota.
  7. 1998. Tales of slime trails and forgotten snails: the systematics and biogeography of the freshwater snail species-complex Elimia curvicostata in the southeastern United States (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia: Pleuroceridae). 1998 World Congress of Malacology, Washington, D.C.
  8. 1997. The Systematics and Biogeography of the freshwater snail, Elimia curvicostata, in the southeastern river drainages. Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
  9. 1996. Elimia curvicostata species-complex in the Southeastern Drainage Systems of Alabama, Georgia, and Florida (Gastropods: Prosobranchia: Pleuroceridae). American Malacological Union Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
  10. 1996. River Snails Show No Regard for State Lines. Florida Evolutionary & Ecology Symposium, Archebold Research Station, Lake Placid, Florida.
  11. 1996. Extant Critters from a Prehistoric Lineage with a Present Day Crisis. Graduate Student Forum, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
  12. 1994. Analysis of Lab and Field Techniques of Fecundity Study for Tulotoma magnifica (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia: Viviparidae). American Malacological Union Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas.
  13. 1993. Proposed Studies of Isolated Populations of Southern Elimia (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia: Pleuroceridae). American Malacological Union Annual Meeting, Grand Bahama Islands.

POSTER SESSIONS

  • 1995. Elimia curvicostata species-complex in the southeastern drainage systems of Alabama, Georgia, and Florida (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia: Pleuroceridae).

PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS

  • 1992. Raiser, E. L. In Raiser, L. S., Earthshine, Very Special Arts of Florida - First Coast, Atlantic Beach, FL, 43 pp. (Illustrator)

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John P. Vanzo

PUBLICATIONS:

  1. World Affairs (2004, pending);
  2. Encyclopedia article in New Georgia Encyclopedia (online), USG 2003;
  3. Five articles in the Military Enclyclopedia of WWII, VMI, (2003, pending);
  4. Steel Boats; Iron Hearts (Co-author), Wagnerian Press, 1999;
  5. Chapter in: A Roadmap to War, Paul Diehl, ed., Vanderbilt Univ Press, 1998;
  6. World War II Magazine (July 1997);
  7. The Military Advisor (Vol. 8 No. 3, Summer 1997)
  8. Hiroshima Educational Journal (1990 Annual Edition);
  9. Command Magazine (No. 6, October 1990).

CONFERENCE PAPERS:

  1. 1995 Southern Political Science Association;
  2. 1996 Peace Science Society Meeting (1996 Best Graduate Paper Award);
  3. 1997 American Political Science Association;
  4. 1997 Peace Science Society Meeting;
  5. 2000 American Political Science Association;
  6. 2002 Georgia Political Science Association;
  7. 2002 Florida State Film and Theater Conference
  8. 2002 Interdisciplinary Conference for Teachers of Undergraduates;
  9. 2003 Georgia Political Science Association;
  10. 2003 American Political Science Association.

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