While Berea College faculty proudly focus primarily on being and becoming excellent classroom teachers, Berea College faculty and staff are also active intellectuals and scholars within their academic disciplines and professional areas. During the 2016-17 academic year, Berea College faculty and staff published works in university presses and disciplinary journals; they performed and exhibited stunning works of art. Berea College faculty and staff are quintessential teacher/scholars/creators/performers. Below, we highlight and celebrate their achievements.
-Dr. Linda Strong-Leek, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
For the 2016-2017 Academic Year
Rastle-Simpson, Stephanie, Kellie Nicole D’Souza, Adam Redhead, Doolarie Singh-Knights, Quinn Baptiste, and Marlon Knights. “Effect of system of lamb rearing and season on early post-partum fertility of ewes and growth performance of lambs in Katahdin sheep.” Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 101, no. 5 (2016): e21-e30. Accessed February 8, 2018. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/wol1/doi/10.1111/jpn.12551/full.
Barton, Adanma. Acting as Elizabeth Keckley/Narrator A House Divided. Bluegrass Opera Downtown Arts Center. Lexington, Kentucky, May 2017.
Barton, Adanma. Acting performance as Sarah/Meredith In These Fields by Silas House & Sam Gleaves; Southern Foodways Alliance. Oxford, Mississippi, October 2016.
Barton, Adanma. Director for Stop Kiss, performed by The Studio Players. Lexington, Kentucky, January 2017.
Barton, Adanma. Lost & Found: Solo Performance and Masterclass: Birmingham Southern College (Alabama), Sweet Briar College (Virginia), Davis & Elkins College (West Virginia), Newberry College and Coker College (South Carolina) February – May 2017
Brooks, Jamiella. “Voix-ci la fille: The Becoming, Presence, and Voice of an Algerian Girl in Malika Mokeddem’s L’interdite.” The French Review 90, no. 1 (2017): 51-63.
Calkins, Mark. “Director of Musical Theatre and Head Professor of Voice, Opera and Musical Theatre Summer Intensive.” Invited position at Augusta University, Augusta, Georgia.
Calkins, Mark. Masterclass at The Kentucky Governors School for the Arts, 2017.
Clark, Sean (editor). “Sustainable Agriculture: Beyond Organic Farming.” Basel, Switzerland: MDPI, 2016. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sean_Clark3/publication/312306815_Sustainable_Agriculture_-_Beyond_Organic_Farming/links/591891e20f7e9b70f4a08d84/Sustainable-Agriculture-Beyond-Organic-Farming
Cole, Samantha. “Love of the Word.” Appalachian Heritage 45, no. 2 (2017).
Cole, Samantha. “With Nothing or No One in Between.” Appalachian Heritage 45, no. 2 (2017).
Cole, Samantha. “Lesson in Wearing Heels, 1994.” Appalachian Heritage 45, no. 2 (2017).
Cole, Samantha. “A Well to Drown In.” Kudzu (2016).
Cole, Samantha. “Aunt Judy Says.” Kudzu (2016).
Cole, Samantha. “Epistle #7: To The People of Old Hopewell.” Kudzu (2016).
Cole, Samantha. “How Anna Got Religion.” Kudzu (2016).
Meghan C. Doherty
Doherty, Meghan. “’Ordinary Skill in Cutts’: Visual Translation in Early Modern Learned Journals.” In Translating Early Modern Science. Boston: Brill, 2017.
Mary Robert Garrett
Garrett, Mary Robert, and Matthew Saderholm. “Bridging the Gap Between Technique-Building Experiments and Independent Research Projects: A One-Step Synthesis Project for First-Semester Organic Chemistry Students.” The Chemical Educator 22 (2017): 1-4.
Woodward, Simon, Miriam Ackermann, Saurabh Ahirwar, Laurence Burroughs, Mary Robert Garrett, John Ritchie, Jonathan Shine, Bjork Tyril, Kevin Simpson, and Peter Woodward. “Straightforward Synthesis of 2- and 2,8-Substituted Tetracenes.” Chemistry: A European Journal 23, no. 32 (2017): 7819-7824.
Hawthorne, Tasha, and Vidal Flavia. “Foundational Gender Theory for a Dangerous World: Intersectional Gender Seminar in the Fight against Rape Culture.” Social Science 6, vol. 3 (2017): 102. doi:10.3390/socsci6030102
Howard, Jason. “Evening Howl.” In Anthology of Appalachian Writers, Nikki Giovanni, Volume VIII. Shepherdstown: Shepherd University, 2016.
Howard, Jason. “Heart Burial.” The Bellingham Review (2016). Accessed February 8, 2018. http://bhreview.org/2016/11/15/heart-burial/.
Howard, Jason. “A Rural Man Grieves Hillary Clinton’s Defeat.” Salon, November 14, 2016. http://www.salon.com/2016/11/15/a-rural-man-grieves-hillary-clintons-defeat-her-success-gave-hope-to-outsiders-like-me/.
Howard, Jason. “Appalachia Burning.” New York Times, Nov. 30, 2016. https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/30/opinion/appalachia-burning.html?mcubz=3&_r=0.
Howard, Jason. “No More Reader-in-Chief.” Salon, December 2, 2016. http://www.salon.com/2016/12/02/no-more-reader-in-chief-after-obama-trump-the-nonreader-is-a-real-national-loss/.
Howard, Jason. “Looking Beyond the Self in Creative Nonfiction.” In Piano in a Sycamore: Writing Lessons from the Appalachian Writers’ Workshop, edited by Silas House and Marianne Worthington. Hindman: Hindman Settlement School, 2017.
Libby Falk Jones
Jones, Libby. “Noticing Deeply Through Contemplative Writing.” In The Art of Noticing Deeply: Commentaries on Teaching, Learning, and Mindfulness, edited by Jan Buley, David Buley and Rupert Collister. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2016.
Jones, Libby. “Thomas Merton and Me: Signposts on a Continuing Journey.” In Merton & the Protestant Tradition, edited by William Oliver Paulsell, 127-36. Louisville: Fons Vitae, 2016.
Jones, Libby. “On the Mountain, August.” In “Penned: the 9th Annual Writers Showcase.” Kentucky Monthly 20 (February 2017), 47.
Jones, Libby. “Attachments.” Kentucky English Bulletin 66, no. 2 (Spring 2017): 56-58.
Jones, Libby. “How to Live a Day Atop a Mountain.” In Anthology of Appalachian Writers, Charles Frazier Vol. IX, edited by Sylvia Shurbutt, 205. Shepherdstown: Shepherd University: 2017.
Jones, Libby. Cover image (photograph) and 17 photographs in The Art of Noticing Deeply: Commentaries on Teaching, Learning, and Mindfulness, edited by Jan Buley, David Buley and Rupert Collister. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2016.
Jones, Libby. “Ice Studies 3” and “Ice Studies 5” (photographs). Exhibit at the Lexington Camera Club: New Work as part of the Louisville Bicentennial Exhibit, Lyric Theatre Gallery, Lexington, Kentucky, 2017.
Dzurec, Laura Cox, Monica Kennison, and Patricia Gillen. “The Incongruity of Workplace Bullying: Victimization and Inclusive Excellence.” Nursing Outlook 65, no. 5 (2017): 588-596. doi: 10.1016/j.outlook.2017.01.012.
Weissinger, Sandra, Dwayne Mack, and Elwood Watson, editors. Violence against Black Bodies: An Intersectional Analysis of how Black Lives Continue to Matter. Abingdon: Routledge, 2017.
Messina, Troy, “In-silico methods of mutagenesis analysis.” In Methods in Molecular Biology, edited by John M. Walker. New York: Springer Publishing, 2016.
Alvarez, Sara P., Michael Baumann, Michelle Day, Khirsten L. Echols, Layne M. P. Gordon, Ashanka Kumari, Laura Sceniak Matravers, Jessica Newman, Amy McCleese Nichols, Caitlin E. Ray, Jon Udelson, Rick Wysocki, and Dànielle Nicole DeVoss. “On Multimodal Composing.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy 21, no. 2 (2017). http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/21.2/praxis/devoss-et-al/index.html.
Nichols, Amy. “Passing Through,” and “Cave Run Lake.” Appalachian Heritage 45, no. 1 (2017): 76-77.
Nichols, Amy. “For My Men.” Appalachia Under Thirty: Pine Mountain Sand and Gravel, 19 (2016).
Peach, Amanda, Chantelle Bottom, and Megi Papiashvili. “Was it Worth it? Peer Reference Consultants Reflect on their Work.” Kentucky Libraries 80, no. 3 (2016): 17-19.
Peach, Amanda. “Reimagining Reference and Instruction with LibCalendar.” In Innovative LibGuides Applications: Real World Examples. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2016.
Hu, Helen, Chris Mayfield, and Janice L. Pearce. “Special Session: Converting Your Teaching (or Even Your Whole Department!) to Active Learning via POGIL.” Proceedings of the 48th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (2017): 687-688.
Hamilton, Margaret, Andrew Luxton-Reilly, Naomi Augar, Vanea Chiprianov, Eveling Castro Gutierrez, Elizabeth Vidal Duarte, Helen H. Hu, Shoba Ittyipe, Janice L. Pearce, Michael J. Oudshoorn, and Emma Wong. “Gender Equity in Computing: International Faculty Perceptions and Current Practices.” Proceedings of the 2016 ITiCSE Working Group Reports (2016): 81-102.
Pearce, Jan. “Virtual Pets and ADTs, CSC 236 Data Structures.” EngageCSEdu. National Center for Women and Information Technology. November 2016. https://www.engage-csedu.org/find-resources/virtual-pets-and-adts.
Pearce, Jan. “Embedding Messages in Images, CSC 236 Data Structures.” EngageCSEdu. National Center for Women and Information Technology. November 2016. https://www.engage-csedu.org/find-resources/embedding-messages-images.
Pearce, Jan. “Backtracking and Caves, CSC 236 Data Structures.” EngageCSEdu. National Center for Women and Information Technology. November 2016. https://www.engage-csedu.org/find-resources/backtracking-and-caves.
Porter, Dave. “A behavioral scientist’s view of confidence: the good the bad & the ugly.” Presentation at the Kentucky Science Center, Louisville, Kentucky, July 12, 2017.
Richey, Jeffrey. “Scholarship and Spirituality as Bridges.” Currents, Spring 2017.
Rosen, Ronald, Favour Akabogu, Robin Hauschner, Sandra Meneses, Olivia Slater, Kaitlyn Reasoner, Hsuan Peng, Lin Peng, and Chi Peng. “Seasonal Changes in Maturation of Adult Cotylaspis insignis (Trematoda: Aspidogastridae) Recovered from the Fat Mucket, Lampsilis radiata luteola (Bivalvia: Unionidae).” Comparative Parasitology 84, no. 2 (2017): 169-173.
Rakes, Chris, Sarah B. Bush, Margaret Mohr-Schroeder, Robert Ronau, and Jon Saderholm. “Making teacher PD effective using the PrimeD framework.” New England Journal of Mathematics 50, no. 1 (2017): 52-62.
Saderholm, Jon, Robert N. Ronau, Christopher R. Rakes, Sarah B. Bush, and Margaret Mohr-Schroeder. “The critical role of a well-articulated conceptual framework to guide professional development: An evaluation of a state-wide two-week program for mathematics and science teachers.” Professional Development in Education 43, no. 5 (2016): 789-818. doi: 10.1080/19415257.2016.1251485.
Sowers, Nancy, and Halil D. Kaya. “Does Fed Policy affect Blockholder Behavior in U.S. Publicly Traded Firms?” Investment Management and Financial Innovations 14, no.1-1 (2017): 153-159. Accessed February 9, 2018. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317018982_Does_Fed_policy_affect_blockholder_behavior_in_US_publicly_traded_firms
Sowers, Nancy, Sarah Jones, Beth Kelly, Connie Lamb, Maggie Robillard, and Broughton Anderson. “We’re Not in Kansas Anymore, Toto: Pulling Back the Curtain on a New Institution.”Proceedings of the 2016 Original Lilly Conference on College Teaching November 2016 (2017).
Sowers, Nancy, and Halil D. Kaya. “Composition of Blockholders in Publicly Traded Companies.” Corporate Ownership and Control 14, no. 2 (2017): 88-97.
Warren, Wendy. “Choosing to See: What’s A White Girl Like Me Doing in a Reflective Place Like This?” In What Does It Mean to Be White in America?, edited by Gabrielle David and Sean Frederick Flores. New York City: 2 Leaf Press (2016).
Warren, Wendy. “Lessons for the Teacher: Gaining Perspective.” Voices from the Middle 24, no. 3 (2017): 36-38.
Warren, Wendy. “Team Work: Berea College Looks Back and Sees the Future.” Draft Horse Journal, Autumn 2016.
Weaver, Brendan J. M. “Para beneficiar la plata: Mano de obra, papel, y posición social en una refinería de plata durante el primer siglo del imperialismo español en el pueblo de Porco [Para beneficiar la plata: Labor, role, and status in a silver refinery during the first century of Spanish imperialism in Porco].” Boletín de Arqueología PUCP 21 (2016): 99-121. http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/boletindearqueologia/article/view/19340.
Weaver, Brendan J. M., Abel Traslaviña, Zachary Chase, and Parker VanValkenburgh. “Arqueología histórica en el Perú: La sociedad andina en la transición económica, política y social [Historical archaeology in Peru: Andean society in economic, political, and social transition].” Boletín de Arqueología PUCP 21 (2016): 5-12. http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/boletindearqueologia/article/view/19331/19457.
VanValkenburgh, Parker, Zachary Chase, Abel Traslaviña, and Brendan J. M. Weaver. “Arqueología histórica en el Perú: Posibilidades y perspectivas [Historical archaeology in Peru: Possibilities and perspectives].” Boletín de Arqueología PUCP 20 (2016): 5-24. http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/boletindearqueologia/article/view/18662/18913.
Weaver, Brendan J. M. “Perspectivas para el desarrollo de una arqueología de la diáspora africana en el Perú: Resultados preliminares del Proyecto Arqueológico Haciendas de Nasca [Perspectives for the development of a archaeology of the African diaspora in Peru: Preliminary results of the Haciendas of Nasca Archaeological Project].” Allpanchis 80 (2016; 2do semestre, 2012): 85-120. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/304538480_Perspectivas_para_el_desarrollo_de_una_arqueologia_de_la_diaspora_africana_en_el_Peru_Resultados_preliminares_del_Proyecto_Arqueologico_Haciendas_de_Nasca?.
Traslaviña, Abel, Zachary Chase, ParkerVanValkenburgh, and Brendan J. M. Weaver (eds.).“Arqueología histórica en el Perú: Volumen I [Historical Archaeology in Peru: Part I].” Special issue of the Boletín de Arqueología PUCP 20 (2016). http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/boletindearqueologia/issue/view/1406.
Traslaviña, Abel, Zachary Chase, Parker VanValkenburgh, and Brendan J. M. Weaver (eds.). “Arqueología histórica en el Perú: Volumen II [Historical Archaeology in Peru: Part II].” special issue of the Boletín de Arqueología PUCP 21 (2016). http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/boletindearqueologia/issue/view/1457.