Book review. Review of Understanding World Christianity: The Vision and Work of Andrew F. Walls, ed. Mark Gornik, William Burroughs, and Janice McLean (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2011); in the International Bulletin of Missionary Research 36:3 (July 2012): 164-165.
Book review. "Belief in China?" Review of Liao Yiwu's God Is Red: The Secret Story of How Christianity Survived and Flourished in Communist China, (San Francisco: Harper One, 2011), in Comment: Public Theology for the Common Good, 16 May 2012. published online: www.cardus.ca/comment
Session panelist. "Nation States and Missions in Paraguay, Colombia, and Africa, 19th and 20th Centuries," American Society of Church History Winter Meeting. Sheraton Chicago, Chicago Marriott, Chicago, Illinois. 01/06/2012
Keynote or plenary address. "Found in Translation: Faith and Scholarship in an Age of World Christianity" North American Christian Foreign Language Association annual meeting. Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California. 03/23/2012
Talk contributed at a conference. "Challenges in Faculty Development," Overseas Council Institute for Excellence, "Emerging Christian Universities in Africa". Lukenya Getaway Resort, Athi River, Kenya. 05/08/2012
Talk contributed at a conference. "What's Christian about a Christian University?" Overseas Council Institute for Excellence, "Emerging Christian Universities in Africa,". Lukenya Getaway Resort, Athi River, Kenya. 05/08/2012
Talk contributed at a conference. Faith and Learning in the History Classroom Overseas Council Institute for Excellence, "Emerging Christian Universities in Africa,". Lukenya Getaway Resort, Athi River, Kenya. 05/09/2012
Talk contributed at a conference. Presented paper, "What's New about the New Evangelicalism?" The New Evangelical Social Engagement conference. Center for the Study of Religion in American Culture, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, Indiana. 05/19/2012
Talk contributed at a conference. "Improving Urban Health through Community-Based Research and Engaged Pedagogies," National Outreach Scholarship Conference. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. 10/03/2011
Session panelist. Many Mentors, but Few Professonal Mentors: An African-American Leader at a "White" College Campus International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. 05/18/2012
Session panelist. The Making of Leaders of Color in Higher Education: Collaboartive Autoethnography International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. 05/19/2012
Session chair. "Transforming the College Classroom: Infusing Racial and Ethnic Content," The Inclusive Campus: Climate, Pedagogy, and Scholarship. Davenport University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/06/2011
Keynote or plenary address. Addressing Cultural Competency, Diversity, and Reconciliation at Calvin College Changing Faces: Cultural Competency, Diversity, and Reconciliation, 2011. Trinity Christian College, Palos Heights, Illinois. 09/26/2011
Public Service. Co-Chair of the West Michigan President's Compact Committee. Also member of the faculty and senior-administartor sub committes of the WMPCC. This organization is an anti-racism compact among regional colleges and universities.
Public Service. Reviewed and recommended changes for online diversity training program "The Art of Inclusion with David Anderson" for ReNew Partships. ReNew partnerships is a Bibilcal multi-ethnic training resource for Christian leaders.
Administrative - Broene Counseling Center (4 Items)
Development & Service. Met with MSDO staff to read and discuss the article, Microaggressions in everyday life: Implications for clinical practice (Sue, Capodilupo, Torino, Bucceri, Holder, Nadal, & Esquilin, 2007) and identified ways that Broene staff might better serve the needs of AHANA students.
Journal article. Carlson, Neil E.; Hernandez, Edwin; Edmond-Verley, Chan; Rotondaro, Gustavo; Feliz-Santana, Eleibny; Heynig, Susan. 2011. "Developing a Master Data Sharing Agreement: Seeking Student-Level Evidence to Support a Collaborative Community Effort in Education" The Foundation Review, Volume 3, Number 4, 2011, pp. 14-33(20).
Peer reviewed. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/jcgvsu/fr/2011/00000003/00000004/art00003
Professional Svcs. Served a third year as co-principal investigator for the Believe 2 Become and Gatherings of Hope Initiatives, funded by the Doug & Maria DeVos Foundation. The initiatives engage a broad network of Grand Rapids nonprofits and churches in an aligned effort to improve educational outcomes for underprivileged children. CSR provides support for survey data collection and analysis and related consultations, design, technology, and editorial support. The project connects Calvin College to inner-city organizations, churches and families.
Development & Service. In terms of FEN, there are two important areas I have invested:
1. I have facilitated the antiracism/diversity session during orientation. Called [thespacebetween], which is essentially an art gallery of about 50 pieces, I have planned and led this session for QUEST (fall program) and TRANSITIONS (mid-year program) along with my colleague, Nicole Parker.
2. My department, Student Development, has taken up the topic of AHANA students this year for our monthly professional development. In September, we kicked the year off with a FEN training session led by Razel Jones from HR. We have read various articles and chapters, as well, and will meet with a panel of students each month (African-American one month, Hispanic-American one month, Asian-American one month, Native-American one month. (For professional developmetn two years ago, so in 2009-10, my department spent the year studying International students...so this year's focus on AHANA students gives us another purposeful opportunity to learn more about the terrific diverse student body we get to have at Calvin.
Division of Arts, Languages, and Education - Art & Art History (5 Items)
Talk contributed at a conference. "Multicultural Curriculum Transformation: From Theory to Praxis," The Inclusive Campus: Climate, Pedagogy, and Scholarship. Davenport University, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/07/2011
Development & Service. Participant, The Inclusive Campus: Climate, Pedagogy, and Scholarship, Davenport University, Grand Rapids, Michigan, October 7, 2011.
Participant, Reading Groups sponsored by the Dean for Multicultural Affairs, The Help, Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, and Becoming an Anti-Racist Church (Summer 2011, Summer 2012, and Fall 2012, respectively).
Entire website creation. "The Battersea Review." This is an online (and print) quarterly of poetry, aesthetics, and culture with an editorial board spanning writers and scholars from England, India, Russia, Spain, Mexico, France, and elsewhere. The site can be viewed free of charge at www.batterseareview.com or www.thebatterseareview.com. Peer reviewed. http://www.batterseareview.com
Work was reviewed or mentioned in public. New Formalism of/on The Contemporary: Pennsylvania Literary Journal (Volume 4). Dr Nicholas Birns (author); Dr Anna Faktorovich (editor). Cochran, Georgia: Anaphora Literary Press (2012). Peer reviewed. http://www.amazon.com/dp/1937536246/ref=rdr_ext_tmb
Drama/musical performance. "Sophocles' Antigone," New translation by U.S. Dhuga, Directed by Michael Page. Performance by Calvin Theatre Company. Calvin College (as well as other regional schools), Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/01/2011
Professional Svcs. For the summer of 2012 I tutored via Skype Mr. Jeffrey Stamp, a U.S. Veteran living in Tanzania and serving as a missionary with Youth with a Mission. Mr. Stamp desired further Greek study that he might attend graduate school in theology in the United States.
Work was the focus of a workshop or conference. "A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School" Christian Schools International "Transforming School Conference for School and Board Leaders". Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 11/03/2011
Talk contributed at a conference. "Difficult Dramaturgies: The Devising Process of LINES: THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF RACE," International Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI). Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Ireland. 07/12/2012
Curriculum. Teaching a class on the Theatre of Ethnography, designing qualitative research for interview processes with refugees, also having a strong service-learning component for working with refugees through churches and social service agencies.
Student Learning. On the Semester in Ghana, I developed a service learning class component for my course on Ethnography so that the students were engaging in research with an NGO in Ghana, then conducting qualitative interviews, and creating a project that served the NGO in some important manner. Students worked with their NGOs on the development of these projects.
Student Learning. Stephenie Lopez (graduate student) and I are collaborating on a research project investigating narratives as predictors for literacy achievement for children from low-income families.
Division of Arts, Languages, and Education - Education (12 Items)
Invited lecture. "Christian Teacher Training in Indigenous Villages," Conference for the development of Christian teacher training in rural Nepal. Direction Exhibition & Convention Center, Kathmandu, Nepal. 01/18/2012
Book chapter. "Shouting at Your Neighbor: Why We Bother with Other Peoples' Languages," in Practically Human: College Professors Speak from the Heart of Humanities Education, ed. Gary Schmidt and Matthew Walhout (Grand Rapids: Calvin College Press, 2012), 133-45.
Journal article. Smith, D. I., De Vries Jr., H. J., & Roberts, F. C. (2011). Using music and image to raise spiritual and moral questions in the foreign language classroom: Exploring the Sohne Mannheims. Journal of Education and Christian Belief, 15(2), 163-166.
Curriculum. I developed and taught EDUC 339: The Early Childhood Professional. In this course, we examine the NAEYC Code of Ethics as it pertains to professionalism. We consider the necessary qualifications for early childhood professionals, we learn about professionalism and models of leadership. We explore administration of early childhood programs online. Two early childhood advocates from the field teach us about advocacy, we research advocacy topics and the students research and create powerpoint presentations on a topic of their choice. We also practice collaborating with families and with other professionals in the field.
Curriculum. I developed and taught a new course in the early childhood major: EDUC 335, Assessment of the Young Children. We examined The Code of Ethics from the National Association for the Education of Young Children as well as the federal laws and regulations that protect the rights of young children, we learned about referral services for children from birth - grade two, we practiced various observational research techniques, we researched valid and reliable standardized assessments for infants and toddlers, we examined valid and reliable standardized assessments for preschoolers, the students used informal assessment procedures to carry out a development assessment on a preschooler, the students wrote assessment reports, we regarded a number of standardized assessments for the young elementary school student, and we examined a number of different authentic assessment strategies. I also brought in the mother of a severely disabled student to tell her story. We will practice making referrals in EDUC 339: The Early Childhood Professional .
Development & Service. I mentored one of the newer student teaching supervisors.
During the fall of 2011, I participated in a book study with the Multicultural Affairs Office: Mobilizing Hope: Faith-Inspired Activism for a Post-Civil Rights Generation by Adam Taylor and Jim Wallis.
During the fall of 2011, I also participated in a book study with the Education Unit:
The Trouble With Black Boys: ...And Other Reflections on Race, Equity, and the Future of Public Education by Pedro Noguera. I also facilitated a meeting for the unit with Pedro.
I attended the annual MAEYC conference on early childhood in March of 2012
I attended the faculty fall conference.
Division of Arts, Languages, and Education - English (15 Items)
Book chapter. "Reflections on Literary Theory and Criticism" in Christian Thought in the 21st Century: Agenda for the Future, edited by Douglas H. Shantz and Tinu Ruparell. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books 2012. Peer reviewed.
Curriculum. New course on Environmental Literature developed for off-campus Creation Care in the South Pacific program (New Zealand), with experience-based learning activities and readings from diverse authors.
Radio/TV program. Inner Compass: A Bolder Approach to Education (interview with Pedro Noguera, co-chair of the public policy group Broader Bolder Approach to Education) http://www.calvin.edu/innercompass/
Paper published in conference proceedings. "Rapporter le mot, saturer l'instant," in Guillevic maintenant, Eds. Michael Brophy and Bernard Fournier (Paris: Honore Champion, 2011) 273-283. Peer reviewed.
Paper published in conference proceedings. "Rimbaud ou l'ecriture de l'immanence" in _Comment Lire Rimbaud Aujourd'hui_. Ed. Amina Ben Damir. _Cahier du C.E.R.E.S. Serie Litterature_. # 12, Tunis, 2011. Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. "Faits de langue et 'la porte de l'ecole': Une reflexion sur des valeurs statiques et mouvantes dans l'oeuvre d'Emmanuel Hocquard" 2e colloque de l'Association Internationale de Stylistique. University of Caen Basse Normandie, Caen, France. 11/07-08/2011
Professional Svcs. Organized and chaired the session ‟Poesies: passages, dynamiques, l'entre-deux', at the 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, California State University-Long Beach, March 31, 2012.
Public Service. Member of Church of the Servant's community garden. Most garden plots are offered to members of the English-as-a-second-language classes held at COS. The goal is to interact and garden together with recent immigrants from around the world.
Division of Arts, Languages, and Education - Germanic & Asian Languages & Literatures (10 Items)
Book chapter. Dykstra-Pruim, Pennylyn. "Klischees interkulturell: Das Bild in den Kopfen." Intercultural Learning: Goals, Approaches and Materials. Eds. Rachel Halverson & Pennylyn Dykstra-Pruim. New Jersey: AATG. 2011.
Talk contributed at a conference. AATG's Culture Task Force: A Report from the Field Central States Conference (ACTFL). Best Western Plus Milwaukee Airport Hotel & Conference Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 03/09/2012
Student Learning. Preparation of all necessary documentation to secure work visas for summer 2012 internships in Germany for 4 engineering students, including correspondence with employers. Advising and assistance in understanding contract details, housing options, and what to expect in cross-cultural situations.
Development & Service. I participated in the Calvin College faculty workshop "Christian Engagement with People of Other Faith Traditions" on June 4-7, 2012. I will lead the May Interim trip to Japan and utilize the information that I learned in this workshop to motivate participants of this off-campus program to actively engage in communications with people of other faith traditions in Japan.
Division of Arts, Languages, and Education - Music (42 Items)
Musical or theatrical composition. "Have Mercy on Me, O God" Words from Psalm 51:3-6; 16-17. Music by Jun-G Bargayo and Junjun Delmonte. Copyright by Jesuit Communication Foundation, Inc; arr. Joel Navarro. Copyright 2011 Joel Navarro, admin. Faith Alive Christian Resources.
Musical or theatrical composition. "Praise the Lord Who Heals" Words: Norman Agatep, copyright 2010 Jesuit Communication Foundation, Inc; Music: Norman Agatep, copyright 2010 Jesuit Communication Foundation, Inc; arr. Joel Navarro. Copyright 2011 Joel Navarro, admin. Faith Alive Christian Resources.
Professional Svcs. I am part of a 12-member editorial board from both the CRC and RCA denominations that selected, reviewed, edited, and recommended hymns, psalms, and songs for the new CRC-RCA hymnal that is going to be released in June 2013. The board met from July 10-14 at Redeemer College in Hamilton, Ontario to narrow down the list to around 900 songs.
Student Learning. I taught IDIS W80 (Performing Asian Choral Music) during the January 2012 interim. I brought the class to perform Asian Choral Music in Hongkong, Guangzhou, Manila, and Singapore. The class interacted with the locals during their homestays, concerts and workshops in schools and churches.
Drama/musical performance. Concert: "African-American Art Song," Videmus@25 Festival (25 years of producing and illuminating classical music of women, African American and under-represented composers.. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 03/22/2012
Development & Service. Panel: The Future of African American Music Research and Scholarship; KEYNOTE ADDRESS: T.J.Anderson; Concert: African American Art Song;Discussion/Concert: Vocal Music of Early Art Song Composers Harry Burleigh, Nathaniel Dett, Clarence Cameron White and Samuel Coleridge Taylor; Concert: Herbie Hancock; Panel Discussion: Music of Composers born, 1971-1991;Concert: Works of Women and African American Composers by UNC Music Students;Panel: Spirituals vs. Art Songs - Issues of interpretation; Choral Clinic on African American Music; GIA reading choral with James Abbington (Emory University); Panel: Legendary Southern Opera Divas; Concert: A Night at the Opera; From a Woman's Perspective papers and performance; Masterclass with Marquita Lister; Recital: Darryl Taylor, Countertenor
Music of Living Women and African American Composers
Student Learning. McGregor Fellow project with student Katie VanZanen and Professor Marcie Pyper entitled "Spirituality and Study Abroad: Student Experiences." The study included analysis of student survey responses, language proficiency testing, and post-program interviews.
Talk contributed at a conference. "Alterity and Identity in Deep Rivers and After the Feast Day," North American Christian Foreign Language Association. Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California. 03/23/2012
Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics - Biology (7 Items)
Student Learning. Have agreed (as requested by students) to serve as Faculty Advisor for the newly formed African Student's Association. This is a student initiative aimed at providing African students with a formal platform to voice their ideas and opinions, foster better relations between African students and the college as a whole all the while celebrating and promoting the rich culture and diversity of the African continent.
Talk contributed at a conference. Loving Your Downstream Neighbor: Environmental Justice and Plaster Creek (with Gail Heffner) Grand Rapids Justice Conference. New Hope Baptist Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/15/2012
Student Learning. During the spring semester, 2012, I led a group of 5 students in on an-campus Cross Cultural Awareness seminar (IDIS 290) in which we explored some of the particular challenges that students of color face here at Calvin.
Student Learning. Project SEED (program of the American Chemical Society) mentor for a high school student from an underrepresented group; Project Title: "Characterization of Lactobacillus species in the Vaginal Microflora"
Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics - Chemistry & Biochemistry (10 Items)
Development & Service. I, along with my research students, hosted a group of High School students from Potter's House who came to campus, did a chemistry lab, got a tour, ate lunch here, and made their own liquid nitrogen ice cream. The group is predominately students of color.
Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics - Computer Science (1 Item)
Poster presentation. "Oil and Gas Potential of Alaska's Interior Rift Basins: New Frontier for Discovery," American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Annual Convention. Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center, Long Beach, California. 04/24/2012
Professional Svcs. Evaluation and recommendations for oil and gas exploration in the Nenana Basin, Interior Alaska: Presentations to VP Doyon Corporation and President, Doyon Corporation. Presentations to geoscientists from the State Department of Natural Resources, Alaska, as part of Interior Exploration Incentives Program. State of Alaska decided to participate in these exploration efforts.
Poster presentation. A pilot study on promoting low-income minority women's self-efficacy of their knowledge of the body Sigma Theta Tau International, Kappa Epsilon at Large Chapter Spring Research Poster Event. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/10/2012
Poster presentation. "Supportive/educative mental health groups for women in our partner neighborhoods - A pilot study." Kappa Epsilon Chapter-at-Large Sigma Theta Tau International. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 04/10/2012
Talk contributed at a conference. "Social determinants of women's mental health in three ethnically diverse, impoverished, and under- served communities." Midwest Nursing Research Society. Hyatt Regency Dearborn, Dearborn, Michigan. 04/13/2012
Department Seminar. "Desired mental health resources for urban, ethnically diverse, impoverished women struggling with anxiety and depression," Department of Nursing Seminar Series. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 03/01/2012
Talk contributed at a conference. "Preconception Monitoring of Women's Ovulation Time and Other Menstrual Changes," Fall Research Event-Evidenced Based Celebration. Spectrum Health-Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/19/2011
Development & Service. Together with Steve Steenwyk I had a high school student intern this Spring from University Prep Academy. This relatively new GRPS is aggressively developing internship opportunities for their students as part of a strategy of successfully engaging urban youth in their education and directing them towards a productive future. The African-American girl that worked with us specifically requested an internship at the Calvin Observatory based on an observatory visit she had previously made with her family. She made a presentation to the school at an internship fair in May, in which her project (which included the discovery of several variable stars) made quite a stir. We invited Tasha Paul from precollege programs along to the fair, and she is hoping to widen the internship opportunities at Calvin in coming years.
Public Service. Serve as a board member for Volunteers In Service. VIS helps people through Equipping churches to be more effective, and Connecting them to community needs, Volunteers In Service (VIS) enables churches to be Christ's Caring servants in their communities.
Professional Svcs. Dr. Brian Cawley has been selected for the Human Capital Executive Research Board, in recognition for his contribution to the fields of human resource management and organizational behavior. The Board serves as the exclusive advisory counsel for Talent Management and Diversity Executive magazines. With his selection to the Board, Dr. Cawley will be asked to share insight on key talent issues. His input will help generate the basis for articles and research briefs in the two publications.
Curriculum. Selected to participate in the 2012 Multicultural Curriculum Transformation and Research Colloquium, Calvin College, Summer 2012. Investing enhancements to BUS 365 (Human Resource Management).
Student Learning. Supervised Calvin's Volunteer Income Tax program, with support of Student assistant. During 2012, Calvin placed more than 20 students with area Community Service organizations to assist low income individuals with preparation or income tax returns.
Division of Social Sciences and Contextual Disciplines - Congregational & Ministry Studies (2 Items)
Talk contributed at a conference. "Cultural Norms and the Marginalization of Women in Collectivist Societies in LDCs," The Eastern Economics Association 38th Annual Conference. Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts. 03/09-11/2012
Session panelist. "Testimonies from the Front: Egypt," Bavinck Conference 2011, "After 9/11/11... What? Reformed Theology and the Church's Global Mission Today". Calvin Theological Seminary , Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/12-14/2011
Professional Svcs. Taught a course on the Protestant Reformation to the Native American Methodist Course of Study. The "course of study" is an alternative track to receive MDiv credentialing for mid-career professionals. The Native American "version" is yet another alternative to that alternative. It is culturally contextual and the course is geared toward pastors who are themselves Native American or are serving Native American contexts. This course was distance-learning in format. The students read most of the required material before class and brought written responses. The class met for 2 three-day conferences at a camp.
Student Learning. Collaborated with Econ major/InfoSys minor, Stephen Healy, during the summer on an agent-based computer simulation model that we are using to examine issues of wealth and inequailty (economic justice - FEN) and the limits to economic growth (sustainability).
Student Learning. Collaborated with Econ major/InfoSys minor, Stephen Healy, during the summer on an agent-based computer simulation model that we are using to examine issues of wealth and inequailty (economic justice - FEN) and the limits to economic growth (sustainability).
Division of Social Sciences and Contextual Disciplines - History (20 Items)
Talk contributed at a conference. "Abolitionism and Antirevolutionaries: The Liberty Part as a Christian Democratic Phenomenon," Neo-Calvinism and Democracy. Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey. 04/20/2012
Keynote or plenary address. "Abraham Kuyper's Visit to the Holy Land: What Kuyper Saw and Thought," Bavinck Conference 2011, "After 9/11/11... What? Reformed Theology and the Church's Global Misssion Today,". Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 10/12/2011
Professional Svcs. Archaeological Fieldwork, January-June 2012: "Preservation and Preservation of House XVII-XVIII at Umm el-Jimal, Jordan. Included Field School for Calvin Students during January 2012 Interim.
Keynote or plenary address. "The Christian Myth of Hebrew Truth. Christian hebrew Scholarship in the Middle Ages," Von Theodulf zu raschi. Sondierungen zu den Anfangen europaischer Biblewissenschaft. Heidelberg Hochschule fur Judische Studien, Heidelberg, Germany. 09/04/2011
Public Service. Volunteer coordinator for Boy Scout troop 271. Responsible for organizing and overseeing monthly community service projects for 60-member Boy Scouts of America troop. (Includes food distribution, neighborhood cleanup, health and recreational activities assistance projects, etc.)
Journal article. "I agree to election": The Influence of Calvinism among African American Baptists in Slavery and Freedom, 1750-1900. Puritan Reformed Journal, Volume 4, No. 2 (July 2012): 72-91 Peer reviewed.
Talk contributed at a conference. "An Open Door and a Welcome Hand": Lewis G. Jordan's Ethiopian Vision, Herman C. Hudson Symposium on African-American and African Diaspora. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. 03/31/2012
Talk contributed at a conference. "Lewis G. Jordan and the Intellectual Tradition of Ethiopianism," Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 11/03-06/2011
Development & Service. Participated in the Multicultural Reading group in which we read George Yancey's Neither Jew or Gentile. Attended the 9th Annual Herman C. Hudson Symposium on African-American and African Diaspora Studies, March 30-31, 2012, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
Division of Social Sciences and Contextual Disciplines - Kinesiology (2 Items)
Book authored. Abraham's Children (15 Muslim-Christian-Jewish contributors on religious liberty/tolerance including Jimmy Carter and Abdurahmin Wahid, former President of Indonesia). Yale University Press, 2012
Curriculum. Developed and taught a new Interim course on Building Communities in Uganda; succeeded for the first time in bringing together Catholic and Protestant community development leaders and community groups; led group of 18 students from Jan 5-31, 2012
Division of Social Sciences and Contextual Disciplines - Political Science (12 Items)
Poster presentation. Determinants of Community-Level Advocacy among Support Groups for People Living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHAs) in Urban Zambia" International AIDS Conference. Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC. 07/22-26/2012
Talk contributed at a conference. "Transnational Religious Networks Encounter Community Realities: HIV Prevention in Zambia." Presentation to the conference of Research Network on Religion and AIDS in Africa Conference on "Sexuality, AIDS, and Religion: Transnational Dynamics in Africa." International Research netowrk on Religion & AIDS in Africa Conference. Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. 09/27-30/2011
Professional Svcs. Worked with members of the International Network on Research on AIDS and Religion in Africa to develop networks and a proposal for an ecumenical conference in Washington DC during summer 2012
Professional Svcs. Served as one of two lead lecturers for two-week course on "The Chinese Worldview Today". The course was taught at Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China. The course is sponsored by Denver Seminary, Denver, CO. The dates of the course were June 28-July 12, 2012. I taught the first week of the course; each day involved 3 hours of my lectures and 3 hours of questions and answers with Chinese guest lecturer.
Student Learning. For about one year, beginning January 2012, I worked with senior film major Linda Ma (class of 2012) to provide background information for and content of a film entitled "Shaoyuan Garden." The film was Linda Ma's senior project. We engaged in about 20 hours of conversation prior to filming a rare 400-year-old painting, an exact copy of which I own. We filmed at my home for several hours in March 2012, then on campus for a few more hours. I also gave a talk on Calvin's Sunday radio program in spring 2012 about the painting. Again, in July 2012, we did extensive filming in Beijing, China over three days. I also helped with the editing of the film. The film was shown at Calvin College in December 2012.
Development & Service. I attended the Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation (CORR) anti-racism workshop. This 3-day workshop included the following goals: 1)To see connections between our history and its impact on race relations today, 2) To understand how we have been socialized by and participate in a race-based society, and 3)To gain insight into resisting systemic racism through new-found identity in Christ.
Division of Social Sciences and Contextual Disciplines - Sociology (7 Items)
Journal article. Elisha Marr. (2011) "I'll have the melting pot soup with a side of black: Transracial Adoption and the Racial-Ethnic Color Line." Michigan Sociological Review. Fall. No. 25. pp. 33-52. Peer reviewed.
Student Learning. In the spring of 2011 I worked with five sociology & social work research methods students to complete a content analysis on the topic of transracial adoption in popular magazines. This fall I oversaw four of the students compiling and presenting their research results at the Michigan Sociological Association Annual Conference.
Journal article. "Evangelical Church Polity and the Nuances of White Flight:
A Case Study from the Roseland and Englewood Neighborhoods in Chicago," Journal of Urban History. January 2012 vol. 38 no. 1 16-38 Peer reviewed. http://juh.sagepub.com/content/38/1/16
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