Flagler College faculty publish work
Oct 8, 2018
Flagler College announces published books and articles by seven faculty members.
Don M. Aycock, adjunct faculty, communications
Editor, 20th anniversary edition, “God’s Man a Daily Devotional Guide to Christlike Character”
Edwidge Bryant, associate professor of education and ESOL coordinator
“Show, Tell, Build: Twenty Key Instructional Tools and Techniques for Educating English Learners”
Harvard Educational Publishing Group
Felix Livingston, Ph.D., professor and director of Honorable Entrepreneurship program
“On the Private and Public Virtues of an Honorable Entrepreneur: Preventing a Separation of the Honorable and the Useful”
Kristine Warrenburg Rome, Ph.D., associate professor of communication
Article, “Counterpublicity and the Trail of Broken Treaties: Why Not Aim for New Sites of Deliberation?” in "Decolonizing Public Address: American Indian Rhetoric and the Struggle for Self-Determination," edited by J.E. Black & C.R. Kelly.
This volume contains a collection of critical essays which discuss the unique rhetorical situation of American Indians. These essays focus on the Native American impact on the study of American rhetoric and political communication in an effort to decolonize Western scholarship.
Leonard A. Steverson, Ph.D., adjunct professor of sociology
"Madness Reimagined: Envisioning a Better System of Mental Health in America”
The work provides a comprehensive analysis of the current mental health system from a sociological perspective, promotes advocacy, and considers alternatives to the current system. A follow-up analysis of the addictions field is currently underway.
Jim Wilson, Ph.D., chair and associate professor of English
“The Essential Films of Ingrid Bergman” with co-author and retired faculty member, Constantine Santas
The Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc.
Craig Woelfel, Ph.D., assistant professor of English
“Varieties of Aesthetic Experience: Literary Modernism and the Dissociation of Belief”
University of South Carolina Press