Dr. David Denny, culture & media department chair, presented a paper on Lars von Trier's Antichrist at the International Zizek Studies Conference in Cincinnati in April 2014.
Business faculty David Robinson, with co-editor Dr. William Jeynes of California State University, published the International Handbook of Protestant Education (Springer Publishing, 2012).
"So far, some major universities and colleges in this country -- Stanford, MIT, the New York university system, the California university system, and Vassar -- plus institutions in eight countries elsewhere have purchased our book," Robinson reported.
Robinson is also working on a book for Information Age Publishing, on the history of the industrialization of American higher education, to be published later this year.
From the Back Cover
Since their earliest days, institutions providing a Protestant education have always been respected and sought-after for their rigor and relative freedom from dogma—and despite today's secularism and plurality, they remain so. This international handbook is the ultimate companion to protestant schooling worldwide. Its 39 chapters form the most comprehensive and wide-ranging treatment of the subject yet available, addressing Protestant education on all six inhabited continents and featuring the perspectives of leading authorities and public figures. Both exhaustive and authoritative, The International Handbook of Protestant Education will be an invaluable asset to educators, ministers, parents, policy makers and political leaders of any denomination—or none.
About the Authors
William Jeynes is a senior fellow at the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton, New Jersey, and a non-resident scholar at Baylor University. He is also a professor at California State University, Long Beach.
David Robinson has been serving as a teacher, administrator, researcher and scholar for more than 30 years and is now a member of the doctoral teaching faculty at George Fox University and the graduate and undergraduate faculty of Marylhurst University.