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  • Grant Henley | Wheaton
    the Young Man Reading in the Church Literary Sacramentalism in Alfred Andersch s Sansibar oder der letzte Grund Literature and Theology 26 1 March 2012 53 76 Die mir recht in die Seele strahlte Aspects of a Pietist Poesie in B H Brockes s Irdisches Vergnügen in Gott Monatshefte 103 1 Spring 2011 1 22 The Language Café Experience Creating a Special Venue for Intercultural Communication The Language Educator 3 6 November 2008 28 31 Victor Lange Zusammen mit Theodore Ziolkowski und mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Frances Lange Internationales Germanistenlexikon 1800 1950 Herausgegeben und eingeleitet von Christoph König Berlin Walter de Gruyter 2004 1051 53 Aus der Fülle des Herzens Rilke s Biblical Poetry in Der Neuen Gedichte Anderer Teil Neophilologus 84 4 October 2000 609 26 Conference Presentations A German Theologian in Uncle Sam s Court Dietrich Bonhoeffer s Cross Cultural Experience at Union Theological Seminary in New York City 1930 31 North American Christian Foreign Language Association NACFLA Conference 2014 Wheaton IL 21 March 2014 Christian Existentialism Kahlschlagliteratur and the Ideological Beginnings of the Gruppe 47 German Studies Association Conference 2013 Denver CO 6 October 2013 Der Sünde Sold im Spiegel höfischer Kultur Medieval Notions of the Wages of Sin Debt to Society and Audience Expectation in Hartmann von Aue s Gregorius Midwest Modern Language Association Convention 2012 Cincinnati OH 9 November 2012 Confronting DDR Cultural Politics Narrative Transgression Jewish Historiography and Prophetic Discourse in Jurek Becker s Jakob der Lügner 1969 Kentucky Foreign Language Conference 2012 Lexington KY 20 April 2012 Johannine Testimonialism and Narrative Voice in Jurek Becker s Jakob der Lügner 1969 NACFLA Conference 2011 Abilene TX 8 April 2011 The Language Café Experience Creating Intercultural Communicative Opportunities for the Foreign Language Curriculum TFLTA Annual Conference Nashville TN 7 Nov 2008 Servus in the Classroom on Campus and in the Community A Tutorial and Support Approach for German Program Development AATG Sustaining the Momentum Task Force Workshop Goethe Institute Chicago IL 13 Sept 2008 Outside of the Box Rethinking and Rebuilding the Small Undergraduate German Program ACTFL SIG Small Undergraduate German Programs ACTFL 2007 Convention San Antonio TX 17 Nov 2007 PowerPoint on the Run Curriculum Ideas for Quickly Integrating Images Text and Music in the Communicative Classroom Environment German Southeast Association for Language Learning Technology SEALLT Conference Charleston SC 10 March 2006 Presentations Panel Discussions by invitation Alfred Andersch s Literary Sacramentalism Humanities Brown Bag Colloquium Wheaton College Wheaton IL 20 January 2012 Thinking about Being a Pastor Question and Answer Forum on Full Time Ministry together with Drs Greenman Ryken and Schwanda Phelps Room Beamer Center Wheaton College Wheaton IL 26 Jan 2011 Panel Discussion on Bonhoeffer s Life Together A Faculty Student Dialogue Hosted by College Librarian Prof Lisa Richmond together with Drs Treier Johnson Hawkins Schwanda and Buchanan Barrows Auditorium Billy Graham Center Wheaton College Wheaton IL 4 Nov 2010 The Language Café Experience Creating Intercultural Communicative Opportunities for the Foreign Language Curriculum Presented by special invitation to the faculty in

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  • Andrew Hill | Wheaton
    Holman Terry Huttenlock Theon Hill Professor of Old Testament On Faculty since 1984 Office BGC 558 Phone 630 752 5274 Email Andrew Hill wheaton edu Education Ph D University of Michigan in Ann Arbor Michigan 1981 About Andrew Hill Great are the works of the LORD studied by all who delight in them Ps 111 2 NRSV Andrew E Hill is Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College Wheaton Illinois where he has held a faculty appointment in the Biblical Theological Studies Department since 1984 His graduate training includes M Div with Christian Education emphasis Grand Rapids Baptist Seminary 1984 M A and Ph D in Near Eastern Studies University of Michigan 1978 1981 In addition Professor Hill has served Wheaton College as General Education Coordinator 1990 93 and BTS Department Chair 1998 2001 Professor Hill has been affiliated with Robert E Webber and the Institute of Worship Studies IWS since 1992 and has taught Biblical Foundations of Worship as an adjunct faculty member for the Robert E Webber Institute for Worship Studies since 1999 He is the author of Enter His Courts with Praise Grand Rapids Baker 1996 Other related experiences include contributor to The Complete Library of Christian Worship Vol 1 The Biblical Foundations of Worship Robert E Webber ed Nashville Star Song 1993 design and development team member and a contributor to the Praise and Worship Study Bible Wheaton Tyndale House 1997 and a contributor to The Renovaré Spiritual Formation Bible R J Foster and D Willard eds San Francisco Harper 2005 See further the R E Webber Institute for Worship Studies web site at www iwsfla org Link to Worship Studies Materials Courses Taught BITH 211 Old Testament Literature Interpretation BITH 343 Cultural Context of the Old Testament BITH 345 Life of David BITH 431 Old Testament Criticism BITH 432 Ruth Esther BITH 635 Hebrew Exegesis Membership in Professional Societies American Oriental Society Institute for Biblical Research Society of Biblical Literature National Association of Professors of Hebrew Research Current research interests include the OT books of Jeremiah and Esther worship studies ancient future models for biblical interpretation and pedagogy for biblical studies Publications Daniel Pp 19 212 in The Expositor s Bible Commentary Vol 8 T Longman and D E Garland eds Grand Rapids Zondervan 2008 A Survey of the Old Testament with John H Walton 3 rd ed Grand Rapids Zondervan Harper Collins 2009 Malachi Pp 232 45 in Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary Vol 5 J H Walton gen ed Grand Rapids Zondervan 2009 Minor Prophets Hosea Malachi with Richard D Patterson Cornerstone Biblical Commentary 10 P W Comfort gen ed Wheaton Tyndale 2008 Baker s Handbook of Bible Lists Rev ed Grand Rapids Baker 2007 History of Israel 3 United Monarchy Pp 442 52 in the Dictionary of the Old Testament Historical Books B T Arnold H G M Williamson eds Downers Grove IVP 2005 Old Testament Today with John H Walton Grand Rapids Zondervan 2004 1 and 2 Chronicles NIVAC Grand Rapids

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  • Enoch Hill | Wheaton
    Cum Laude Wheaton College 2005 About Enoch Hill Someone once told me Choices between good and bad are generally easy to make The difficult choices involve distinguishing between better and best Economics is the study of making this distinction I m thrilled to have a job that requires me to take the tools economics has to offer and to place them in the hands of students at Wheaton College My research interests are rather broad with an emphasis on using macroeconomic models to understand patterns in the business cycle and to advise economic policy Papers I ve worked on cover topics of theft public law enforcement finance and unemployment My current research seeks to understand the cause for new patterns in unemployment and labor productivity observable in those recessions post 1990 Prior to returning to the academic arena I worked as an Actuary with Allstate Insurance Company and spent time in Guatemala working with a Christian organization designed to provide micro loans to those living in and around the Guatemala City garbage dump Outside of Wheaton College I enjoy playing sports piano and spending time with my amazing wife Alissa Visit my Guatemala blog Published Research Papers The Geography of the Great Recession with A Fogli and F Perri NBER International Seminar on Macroeconomics 2012 2013 University of Chicago Press Working Papers Public Law Enforcement More is not Always Better With D Perez Reyna Cautious Hiring An Explanation for Changes in the Labor Cycle With K Ding Leverage Away Your Wedge An Analysis of Banks Impact on Output With D Perez Reyna Linking Firm Structure and Skill Premium With M Maio and D Perez Reyna Honors Awards and Designations Silverman Fellowship Awarded to statistically top performing student of the first year class Department of Economics University of Minnesota 2011 Distinguished

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  • Theon Hill | Wheaton
    Huff Jr LTC James Hoyman John Hayward Jr Mary Hopper Sarah Hall Sarah Holman Terry Huttenlock Theon Hill Assistant Professor of Communication On Faculty since 2014 Office BGC 270 Phone 630 752 5093 Email theon hill wheaton edu Education Ph D Purdue University M A Bob Jones University B A Bob Jones University Research Dr Hill s research explores the relationship between rhetoric and social change Specifically he examines the role of radical rhetoric as a crucial form of civic engagement and public advocacy His previous work on rhetoric and social change in political social movement and religious contexts has appeared in edited collections and scholarly journals Courses Taught Messages Influence Culture Advance Performance Public Speaking Memberships in Professional Societies National Communication Association Selected Publications Hill T E 2014 Preserving black political agency in the age of Obama Utilizing the C SPAN archives in rhetorical scholarship In R Browning Ed The C SPAN archives An interdisciplinary resource for discovery learning and engagement West Lafayette IN Purdue University Press Hill T E 2014 From tragedy to comedy A pentadic analysis contrasting Hillary Clinton s health care reform rhetoric from 1993 1994 and the 2008 Presidential campaign In B Crable Ed Transcendence by perspective Meditations on and with Kenneth Burke Anderson SC Parlor Press 114 131 Hill T E Holyoak I C 2011 Dialoguing difference in joint ethnographic research Reflections on religion sexuality and race Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies 11 2 187 194 Selected Conference Presentations Hill T E 2013 November Cornel West John Dewey and rhetorical approaches to American pragmatism National Communication Association Washington D C Hill T E 2012 November Jesus is integrated Root metaphors of Civil Rights Movement rhetoric National Communication Association Orlando FL Hill T E 2012 November Prophet as cultural critic The prophetic tradition in rhetorical theory

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  • Sarah Holman | Wheaton
    Symphony No 2 with the Lake Forest Symphony concert appearances in Cambridge Birmingham and Northampton England a recital tour with pianist Karin Edwards to Rhodes College Louisiana State University and Trinity University Chicago Musicians Club of Women Fourth Presbyterian Concert Series and the University of Notre Dame Recent performances with the Ars Viva Orchestra and Chicago Master Singers have included the Beethoven Mass in C and the Dvořák Stabat Mater She has also appeared with the DePaul Community Chorus and the Elmhurst Symphony performing Bruckner s Mass in d minor Her operatic appearances have been with Opera Southwest Lyric Opera Cleveland DuPage Opera Muddy River Opera Chicago Chamber Opera City Opera of the Quad Cities and Kansas Opera and have included the roles of The Baroness in Vanessa the mezzo roles in a Gian Carlo Menotti Tribute under the stage direction of Francis Menotti Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible Dorabella in Cosí fan tutte The Mother in The Consul Katisha in The Mikado Lady Jane in Patience Meg Page in The Merry Wives of Windsor Beatrice in Beatrice and Benedict and the title role of Regina She enjoyed a long tenure as the mezzo soprano voice of the Dean Wilder Singers a vocal quartet and piano ensemble which toured throughout the United States Mexico and Southern Korea performing opera oratorio and sacred literature Dr Holman has been a featured artist and master teacher with the Southern Young Artist Opera Project in 2013 and 2009 in Changhua and Teipei Taiwan In 2011 she was a featured artist and master teacher with the Asian Opera Festival in Kunming China and in 2012 at the Bel Canto Opera Workshop in Kaohsiung Taiwan In 2007 Dr Holman was the recipient of a Goldovsky Opera Directing Internship with Harrower Opera in Atlanta Georgia She currently

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