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  • Jeffrey Galbraith | Wheaton
    James Gordon Jeffrey Galbraith Jeffrey Greenberg Michael Graves Richard Hughes Gibson Robert Gallagher Susan Greener Sylvie Goutas Assistant Professor of English On Faculty since 2011 Phone 630 752 5234 Email Jeff Galbraith wheaton edu Education Ph D Indiana University 18th Century Literature M A Boston University Creative Writing About Jeffrey Galbraith Galbraith s literary and cultural interests in eighteenth century Britain include satire Augustan humanism print culture amatory fiction the domestic novel and the transition from neoclassical to Gothic aesthetics His research focuses on the ways in which authors negotiate changes resulting from the shift to a market based economy and help contribute ultimately to a more ethical and autonomous conception of literature His work also looks at how authors and printers engage with the process of secularization with the goal of gaining greater insight into the ethics and politics of social change and the difficulty of maintaining religious identity in pluralistic societies Publications and Presentations Dr Galbraith has delivered conference papers on John Dryden Jonathan Swift the politics of eighteenth century theater at the University of Chicago and meetings of the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies has presented a chapter of his dissertation at the Harvard University graduate student colloquium and was invited to lecture at the History of the Book seminar at Indiana University He was also awarded a Newberry Library Consortium grant to conduct research at the Folger Shakespeare Library His book reviews and creative work have appeared in Books and Culture Harvard Review Indiana Review Florida Review AGNI and Religion in the Age of Enlightenment Currently he has an article forthcoming at the journal Restoration His critical essay When Slavery Becomes Resistance Questions of Obedience in Dryden s Don Sebastian is part of an edited collection currently under review Share This Page Feedback Media Center

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  • Robert Gallagher | Wheaton
    Eun young Moon Hyung gug Park and Choong hyun Paik Seoul Korea Publishing House The Presbyterian Church of Korea 2012 Chapters Coming to Gath Migration as Mission Among the Philistines In God s People on the Move Biblical and Global Perspectives on Migration and Mission International Association for Mission Studies series VanThanh Nguyen and John M Prior eds Eugene OR Pickwick Publications 2014 29 45 Engaging in Pneumatic Mission Praxis In Transforming Teaching for Mission Educational Theory and Practice Association of Professors of Missions series Robert A Danielson and Benjamin L Hartley eds Wilmore KY First Fruits Press 2014 117 149 Missionary Methods St Paul s St Roland s or Ours In Missionary Methods Research Reflection and Realities Evangelical Missiological Society series No 21 Craig Ott and J D Payne eds Pasadena CA William Carey Library 2013 21 46 That Hideous Strength 1945 Those Who Serve Devils Real Life is Meeting Anxiety Pitch Lost Love Clearly Known to be Criminal Like the Sound of a Weir Heaven Knows Never More Than One Our Race s Incurable Habit and The N I C E In The Soul of C S Lewis A Meditative Journey through Twenty Six of His Best Loved Writings Wayne Martindale Jerry Root and Linda Washington eds Carol Stream IL Tyndale House Publishers 2010 147 158 The Abolition of Man 1944 Belief in Objective Value It is Good Self evidence as Proof Value as Sentiment Instincts at War Scepticism about Values Laughing at Honour Emotional States in Harmony The Doctrine of Objective Value and Irrigating Deserts In The Soul of C S Lewis A Meditative Journey through Twenty Six of His Best Loved Writings Wayne Martindale Jerry Root and Linda Washington eds Carol Stream IL Tyndale House Publishers 2010 135 146 Peer Reviewed Articles Inner and Outer Dimensions of Mission A Historical Survey of the Role of Spirituality in Latin American Protestant Missiological Writings Journal of Latin American Theology Christian Reflections from the Latino South 8 2 Fall 2013 87 101 Living Between Two Mountains Faculty Voice Series Wheaton 16 2 Spring 2013 60 Mission from the Inside Out An Integrative Analysis of Selected Latin American Protestant Writings in Spirituality and Mission Missiology An International Review 40 1 January 2012 9 22 Salvation Narrow Way but Broad Mission A Response to Christopher J H Wright s Salvation Belongs to Our God Evangelical Interfaith Dialogue 1 4 Fall 2010 10 11 The Integration of Mission Theology and Practice Zinzendorf and the Early Moravians Mission Studies Journal of the International Association for Mission Studies 25 2 October 2008 185 210 Zinzendorf and the Early Moravians Pioneers in Leadership Selection and Training Missiology An International Review 36 2 April 2008 237 244 Selected Academic Presentations Betrayal of Women Missionaries in Film American Society of Missiology June 20 2015 Women of Theological Truth Nth Central Evangelical Missiological Society April 25 2015 Engaging in Pneumatic Mission Praxis Society for Pentecostal Studies March 14 2015 Mission in Luke Acts Intercultural Studies Doctoral Program Assemblies

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  • Alison Caviness Gibson, Ph.D. | Wheaton
    it again My pedagogical model is designed to break this insular cycle to show students the rich benefits of learning through conversation with literary texts each other and me and sharing their knowledge with others Communal learning is not just about group projects it is about teaching students how to productively agree and disagree question one another s views and learn from each other Courses Taught ENGL 101 Classics of Western Literature ENGW 103 Composition and Research ENGL 105 Modern Global Literature ENGL 343 American Literature Modernism and Beyond Membership in Professional Societies Society for the Study of Southern Literature F Scott Fitzgerald Society Modern Language Association National Council of Teachers of English and the CCCC Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education National Women s Studies Association Research My scholarship in American literature examines the southern belle and dismantles the myth that she is solely the product of southern imaginations and white southern men in particular Using a critical lens sharpened by locational feminist theory I consider how authors and texts not traditionally considered southern depict the southern belle outside her native territory both performing and renegotiating her identity in relation to various cultures and spaces My re reading of the belle contributes to recent work in the new southern studies by blurring the lines between southern and non southern texts as well as regional and national authorship My scholarship in writing pedagogy centers on best practices such as grading student writing and teaching genre analysis Recently I ve been collaborating with my colleagues on a project entitled Hospitality of Composition Creating Habitable Sites for Writing on Campus My work draws on my teaching experiences at Wheaton as well as Lewis Hyde s work The Gift to reconceptualize the writing classroom as a hospitable site of gift exchange in which we might understand a beautifully orated lecture or a carefully designed syllabus as an artistic gift from a professor to her students just as a well researched academic essay is a gift from a student to her professor and to her classmates as well Publications There s Something in that Voice of Hers The Southern Flapper in The Great Gatsby article in progress What Queen Do You Think You Are Performing the Southern Belle in A Streetcar Named Desire under review Hamilton Basso The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture Volume 9 Literature Ed M Thomas Inge Chapel Hill University of North Carolina Press 2008 Selected Presentations The Southern Flapper White Southern Womanhood in The Great Gatsby presented at the F Scott Fitzgerald Society Conference Montgomery November 7 2013 White Southern Femininity in A Streetcar Named Desire presented at Gender Place and Space An Interdisciplinary Conference University of Notre Dame March 27 2010 There s Something in that Voice of Hers F Scott Fitzgerald s Gendering of the U S South in His Great American Novel Thesis Presentation before the Department of English University of Virginia March 20 2009 Beyond the Belle s Borders Fitzgerald s Americanization of White

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  • Richard Hughes Gibson | Wheaton
    eyewear etc don t fill our material space in quite the same way as codices especially the shelves and shelves of them that Manguel has in mind My teaching and research are thus equally attentive to the rich tales and verses that writers pass to readers and to the means whether spoken hand written printed or digital by which audiences have received them in the past and access them now Teaching Focuses Upper Division Electronic or Born Digital Literature Culture Comparative Textual Media Nineteenth Twentieth Century British Literature General Education Modern Global Literature Classical Early English Literature Publications Books Current Book Project Friendship by the Book from the Alba Amicorum to Facebook Forgiveness in Victorian Literature Grammar Narrative and Community New Directions in Religion and Literature Series London Bloomsbury 2015 Articles Paratextual Pedagogy and Code Coterie Poetry Taroko Gorge and its Remixes in progress Nineteenth Century Spiritual Autobiography Carlyle Mill Newman with Timothy Larsen A History of English Autobiography Ed Adam Smyth Cambridge U K Cambridge University Press Forthcoming 2015 Browning s A Forgiveness A Grammatical Reading Special Issue on Poetry and Forgiveness Ed Emma Mason Literature Compass 11 2 February 2014 74 83 Evangelicalism with Timothy Larsen Victorian Literature Oxford Bibliographies Online Oxford University Press 2012 Peer Reviewed Annotated Bibliography of Best Current Scholarship Counterfeit Phrases and Illusory Eschatons Forgiveness in Jude the Obscure The Hardy Review 13 2 Autumn 2011 109 121 Keeping the Sabbath Separately Emily Dickinson s Rebellious Faith The Norton Introduction to Literature 9 th Edition Eds Alison Booth J Paul Hunter and Kelly Mays New York Norton 2005 2292 2301 Reprinted in the 10 th Edition 2010 T S Eliot s Mistaken Date Princeton University Library Chronicle 65 1 Autumn 2003 101 105 Reviews Rev of St John and the Victorians by Michael Wheeler Religion and Literature 44 3 2012 253 256 Two for the Road Rev of Places of Faith by Christopher Scheitle and Roger Finke Books and Culture July August 2012 16 18 2000 words Extravagant Reversals Rev of Victorian Parables by Susan Colón Books and Culture Online June 2012 2000 words Poets Landscaping Rev of Abandoned Quarries by John Lane and Riffraff by Stephen Cushman Books and Culture Online November 2011 2000 words Artist of the Portrait Rev of The Picture of Dorian Gray Annotated and Uncensored Edition by Oscar Wilde Ed Nicholas Frankel Books and Culture July 2011 35 1500 words Professional Development Intensive Coursework Electronic Literature in the Digital Humanities Research and Practice Digital Humanities Summer Institute University of Victoria 2014 Instructors Dene Grigar Washington State University Sandy Baldwin West Virginia University M D Coverly and Davin Heckman Winona State University The Printed Book in the West since 1800 Rare Book School University of Virginia 2014 Instructor Eric Holzenberg Grolier Club Seminars Versions of The Winter s Tale Summer Institutes in Literary Studies National Humanities Center 2013 Seminar leader Sarah Beckwith Duke University Political Theology Faculty Faith and Learning Seminar Wheaton College 2012 2013 Seminar leader Bryan McGraw Wheaton

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  • David M. Gordon | Wheaton
    Greener Sylvie Goutas Assistant Professor of Music Composition Music Theory Coordinator of Music Theory Area On Faculty since 2002 Office McAlister Hall 133 Phone 630 752 5297 Email david gordon wheaton edu Education Ph D music composition University of Chicago 2009 M M music composition Northern Illinois University 2000 B M music composition Northern Illinois University 1998 About David M Gordon David M Gordon holds a Ph D in music composition from the University of Chicago as well as B M and M M degrees in composition from Northern Illinois University His principal composition teachers include Shulamit Ran Marta Ptaszynska and Jan Bach Dr Gordon has served on the faculty of Wheaton College since 2002 and presently teaches courses in composition music theory and aural skills Among his main areas of interest are microtonality non Western and experimental instruments contemporary art music tuning theory rhythmic and metric theory the music of Radiohead and music notation Dr Gordon has written works for a variety of performers and ensembles including eighth blackbird the Pacifica Quartet the Chicago Sinfonietta Contempo Aguavá New Music Ensemble the Motion Trio soprano Kayleen Sánchez pianists Daniel Paul Horn and Paul Sánchez saxophonist Joren Cain and steelpan virtuoso Liam Teague His music has also been featured at numerous distinguished venues and events including the Tanglewood Festival of Contemporary Music the Singapore International Festival of Arts the Ojai Music Festival the Caramoor Music Festival the Bang on a Can Summer Festival the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival the Deer Valley Music Festival Chicago s Symphony Center and Millennium Park and Philadelphia s Kimmel Center Dr Gordon lives in Wheaton with his wife Valerie and two children Lydia and Miles Further information is available on Dr Gordon s website WETN Inside Wheaton Unfamiliar Beauty Composer David Gordon on why weird can

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  • James Gordon | Wheaton
    Evangelical Divinity School 2011 B A Philosophy University of Michigan 2008 About James Gordon I began to develop an interest in philosophy during my undergraduate studies At the time I thought philosophy s primary value was as a tool to help me defend the Christian faith through the use of apologetics and proofs for God s existence While it certainly is valuable in this regard it was not until my graduate studies that I realized philosophy had much to contribute to our understanding of the Christian faith in a positive sense Philosophy in other words was not only defensive in posture but could help us make sense of the things we already believed by faith to be true To that end I wrote my Ph D dissertation at Wheaton College on the intersection of Scripture s teaching and philosophy s understanding of the doctrine of the incarnation I continue to be interested in how the tools of philosophical traditions shed light on Christian doctrines like the Trinity original sin and the atonement I am asked whether I am a philosopher or a theologian but I see no contradiction in being both I am also deeply interested in the philosophical theological and sociological issues surrounding our views of food and eating Meals have a rich significance as one of the primary things that make us human and reflection on what our eating practices tell us about ourselves and about God is very important I love teaching students at Wheaton College because of their love for learning their seriousness about life and their gracious and caring demeanor Wheaton students ask thoughtful questions that challenge my ways of thinking and make me want to search for honest and faithful answers alongside of them Courses Taught Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Logic Research Metaphysics

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  • Sylvie Goutas | Wheaton
    French Women Writers Literature and Religion and Migration Literature and Cinema She has spent several years living studying and teaching in France and Spain and periodically travels to Europe She also enjoys yoga hiking kayaking the performing arts and spending time with her family and friends Courses Taught FREN 101 Elementary French I FREN 102 Elementary French II FREN 103 Accelerated Elementary French FREN 201 Intermediate French FREN 346 Masterpieces of French Literature to 1800 FREN 439 Topics in French Language and Literature FREN 340 Francophone Literature SPAN 103 Accelerated Elementary Spanish SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish Membership in Professional Societies American Association of Teachers of French Midwest Modern Language Association Modern Language Association Nineteenth Century French Studies Association Women in French Research Post revolutionary French Novel French Women Writers Literature and Religion Literature and Visual Arts Foreign Language and Culture Pedagogy Publications Book Project Dr Goutas is currently reworking into a book her recently completed dissertation entitled Evolution and Revolutions of Charity in 19th Century French Society and Novel Personal and Collective Charity in Honoré de Balzac s The Human Comedy Articles Le charme discret du dandysme baudelairien Esquisses du féminin les contours d une dérive Actes du Colloque sur Les figures du féminin Université de Buffalo New York March 2002 Presses Universitaires de l Université de Montréal Spring 2004 L Etrangeté des Cannibales ébauche du cru et du cuit chez Montaigne Chimères A Journal of French Literature vol 27 The University of Kansas Spring 2003 Papers Tissus urbain et romanesque de la charité balzacienne Midwest MLA Convention Detroit November 2014 Bienfaisance et ailleurs utopique du roman balzacien Nineteenth Century French Studies Colloquium University of Porto Rico October 2014 L Etre et le paraitre de la charité balzacienne Midwest MLA November 2013 Zola s post Babelian Debt to Balzac Midwest MLA November 2012 From Personal to Collective Charity in The Human Comedy by Honoré de Balzac Modern France Workshop University of Chicago March 2012 Balzac Hugo and the Politics of Charity Modern France Workshop University of Chicago June 2010 De la charité bien ordonnée à soi même Evolution et révolutions allégoriques de la Charité chez certains personnages hugoliens et balzaciens French Graduate Conference on The Novel Character in 19th and 20th Century France University of Chicago May 2009 Video filming Visualization and Foreign Language Learning Center for the Study of Languages Panel Discussion about the Uses of Student Video Projects in the Foreign Language Class University of Chicago 2009 Le charme discret du dandysme baudelairien Conference on Les Figures du féminin New York SUNY Buffalo March 2002 Academic Translations Ryan Coyne Herméneutique et confession Le Jeune Heidegger 1909 1926 herméneutique phénoménologie philosophie ed Sophie Jan Arrien and Sylvain Camilleri Presses Universitaires de France 2011 David Galenson Grands maîtres et génies précoces les deux cycles de la créativité humaine L Art comme expérience dir Camille Saint Jacques et Eric Suchère Liénart 2010 Roger Chartier Coppied onely by the eare le texte de théâtre entre la scène et la page au XVIIe

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  • Michael Graves | Wheaton
    Daniel I Block ed J S DeRouchie J Gile and K J Turner Winona Lake IN Eisenbrauns 2013 269 286 Midrash Like Word Plays in Aquila s Translation of Genesis in Greek Scripture and the Rabbis Studies from the European Association of Jewish Studies Seminar 2010 ed T M Law and A G Salvesen Leuven Peeters 2012 65 86 Apocryphal Elements in the New Testament and Qur an Journal of Ecumenical Studies 47 2012 152 166 Languages of Palestine in Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels 2nd ed ed J B Green J K Brown and N Perrin Downers Grove IVP 2013 484 92 The Biblical Scholarship of a Fourth Century Woman Marcella of Rome Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 87 2011 375 91 Scholar and Advocate The Stories of Moses in Midrash Exodus Rabbah Bulletin of Biblical Research 21 2011 1 22 Evangelicals the Bible and the Early Church in Evangelicals and the Early Church ed G Kalantzis and A Tooley Eugene OR Cascade 2011 191 209 The Literary Quality of Scripture as Seen by the Early Church Tyndale Bulletin 61 2010 161 82 The Pagan Background of Patristic Exegetical Methods in Ancient Faith for the Church s Future ed Jeffrey P Greenman and Mark Husbands Downers Grove IL IVP 2008 93 109 The Public Reading of Scripture in Early Judaism Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 50 2007 467 87 Judaizing Christian Interpretations of the Prophets as Seen by Saint Jerome Vigiliae Christianae 61 2007 142 56 The Origins of Ketiv Qere Readings Textual Criticism 8 2003 Reviews Review of Communicating the Word Revelation Translation and Interpretation in Christianity and Islam ed David Marshall Washington DC Georgetown University Press 2011 in Comparative Islamic Studies 8 2012 224 26 Review of Jeremiah A Commentary based on Ieremias in Codex Vaticanus by Georg A Walser Ledien Brill 2012 in Review of Biblical Literature http www bookreviews org 2013 Review of A Liturgy of Grief A Pastoral Commentary on Lamentations by Leslie C Allen Grand Rapids Baker 2011 in Expository Times 124 2012 153 Review of Jerome of Stridon ed A Cain and J Lössl Farnham and Burlington Ashgate 2009 in Journal of Late Antiquity 3 2010 386 89 Papers Presented Glimpses into the History of the Hebrew Bible Through the Vulgate Tradition Fifth Centennial of the Complutensian Polyglot Bible Editing the Hebrew Bible in the Variety of its Texts and Versions Madrid Spain November 4 2014 Kernel Texts and Prophetic Logia Biblical and Quranic Scholarship in Dialogue Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature 2013 The Early Church Fathers of North Africa Visiting Scholar Lecture Africa International University Nairobi Kenya March 7 2012 The Prophet Jeremiah in Qur anic Exegesis Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature 2011 Jewish Traditions in the Commentaries of Jerome Seminar on Jewish History and Literature in the Graeco Roman Period Oriental Institute Oxford March 8 2011 Apocryphal Elements in the Qur an and the New Testament as Portrayed in Muslim and Christian Scholarship Annual

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