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  • Biography — Christopher Lynch — Carthage College
    began work on Machiavelli on War his comprehensive treatment of the subject on course for completion in 2012 He has published articles in Hebraic Political Studies History of Political Thought and Review of Politics and reviews in Perspectives on Politics Review of Politics and the Weekly Standard Professor Lynch was a 2005 participant in ISI Jack Miller Center s Lehrman Summer Institute and a 2006 Faculty Fellow at the Foundation

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  • Courses — Christopher Lynch — Carthage College
    Courses Professor Lynch teaches the following courses POL 1070 Introduction to Political Theory POL 3250 Classics of Political Thought POL 3260 Studies in Political Theory POL 3520 America at War COR 1100 The Intellectual History of Western Heritage I COR 1110 The Intellectual History of Western Heritage II GFW 2210 Foundations of Western Thought Ancient and Medieval Biography Courses News Great Ideas Program Political Science Department Christopher Lynch Associate Professor

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  • News — Christopher Lynch — Carthage College
    of Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Christopher Lynch News News Fall 2010 Professor Lynch has an artitle titled The Ordine Nuovo of Machiavelli s Arte della guerra Reforming Ancient Matter appearing in the fall issue of History of Political Thought a refereed journal Biography Courses News Great Ideas Program Political Science Department Christopher Lynch Associate Professor of Great Ideas and Political Science Contact Information clynch carthage edu 262

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  • Courses — Stephen Lyng — Carthage College
    Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Stephen Lyng Courses Courses Stephen Lyng teaches the following courses SOC 1000 Introduction to Sociology SOC 200T Topics in Sociology Sociology of Adventure SOC 3240 Logic of Sociological Inquiry SOC 3440 Sociology of Health and Illness SOC 4010 Social Theory Seminar SOC 4990 Senior Seminar Courses News Criminal Justice Sociology Stephen Lyng Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice Contact Information slyng carthage edu

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  • News — Stephen Lyng — Carthage College
    of Risk at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association in San Francisco He was an invited Webinar presenter on Cyber Space and Technology Linking Concepts of Edgework Risk Taking and Teen Behaviors for a conference at Villanova University and had two articles published Reflexive Biomedicalization and Alternative Healing Systems in the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry and Brain Body and Society Bioethical Reflections on Historical Neuroscience and Neuro Corporeal

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  • Biography — Jane Mac Alla Livingston — Carthage College
    earned her B A from Skidmore College where she majored in geology and minored in piano performance She earned her M A T in geology and education from the University of Vermont and her B M in performance and pedagogy at Crane School of Music State University of New York at Potsdam While at Potsdam she received the Eastman Kodak Award for Academic Excellence and Performance and graduated magna cum laude She received her M M degree in piano performance and pedagogy at Northwestern University Her teachers have included Albert Pflanz Edward Hausman Elaine Greenfield Ronald Tarr Arthur Tollefson and Donald Isaak Professor Livingston is an active chamber musician performing with Trio Levade She is a frequent keyboardist and pianist for the Racine Theatre Guild and an active solo pianist and duo pianist performer She is the founder of the Carthage Community Piano Program and is an active member of the Kenosha Music Teachers Association Wisconsin State Music Teachers Associaton and the Music Teachers National Association She is also an active church organist with many years of keyboard playing outside of the academic arena Professor Livingston joined the Carthage faculty in 1993 She makes use of her geological background during

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  • Courses — Jane Mac Alla Livingston — Carthage College
    Professor Livingston teaches the following courses MUS 0150 Private Piano MUS 0160 Keyboard Skills I MUS 0170 Keyboard Skills II MUS 0180 Keyboard Skills III MUS 0190 Keyboard Skills IV MUS 2510 Piano Pedagogy and Literature I MUS 2520 Piano Pedagogy and Literature II MUS 3510 Practicum in Piano Pedagogy MUS 4100 Piano Literature Biography Courses Music at Carthage Jane Mac Alla Livingston Assistant Professor Music Director Keyboard Studies Director

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  • Biography — Romwald Maczka — Carthage College
    years of ministry experience in a missionary context As a research associate for the Institute for the Study of Christianity and Marxism he authored Christianity and Marxism in Higher Education as well as articles that appeared in the Lutheran Quarterly Mennonite Quarterly Review and Occasional Papers on Religion and Eastern Europe Before the breakup of the Soviet Union Professor Maczka was invited to chair the subcommittee on religion of the U S U S S R bilateral Emerging Leader Summit Conference an effort sponsored by the Soviet Committee on Youth Organizations and the American Center for International Leadership In the wake of the Soviet breakup he participated on an inter religious task force assessing Soviet religious developments in light of American church involvement Professor Maczka has received research and educational grants from Stewards Foundation David D Cook Foundation Lilly Foundation Richardson Foundation the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the Mennonite Central Committee More recently he has served as guest professor at the United Theological College Bangalore India and has undertaken field research into religion and paramilitary activity in Chiapas and the Guatemalan highlands Included in his course offerings are systematic theology world religions church history monks and mystics modern

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