Professor William Wians recently published:
“Evil and the Parable of the World in the Consolation of Philosophy.”American Dialectic 1:1 (2011), 43-64. http://www.americandialectic.org/vol-2011/vol-2011-01/evil-and-the-parable-of-the-world-in-the-consolation-of-philosophy/
Professor Monica Cowart recently published:
“Growing and Funding Experiential Learning Programs: A Recipe for Success” in Experiential Education: Making the Most of Learning Outside the Classroom (Ed. Donna Qualters) Number 124, Winter 2010, pp. 63-68.
“A Preliminary Framework for Isolating and Teaching Threshold Concepts in Philosophy.” In Meyer, J., Land, R., & Baille, C. (eds.), Threshold Concepts and Transformational Learning (pp.131-145). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers, 2010.
Professor George Heffernan recently published:
“The phronimos, the phainomena, and the pragmata: Are We Responsible for the Things that Appear to Us to be Good for Us? An Axiological Exercise in Aristotelian Phenomenology”, in The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy 9 (2011).
”’Mais personne ne paraissait comprendre’ (‘But no one seemed to understand’): Atheism, Nihilism, and Hermeneutics in Albert Camus’ L’Étranger/The Stranger”, in Analecta Husserliana 107 (2011).
“From Violence to Evidence? Husserl and Sen on Human Identity and Diversity: Toward a Postcolonial Phenomenology of Humanity”, in Lester Embree et al., eds., Phenomenology 2010: Nature, Culture, and Existence(Bucharest: Zeta Books, 2010), 95–121.
How does major, gender, and internship experience affect college students’ job-search success? NACE takes a closer look at data from its 2014 Student Survey for more in-depth information to help answer that question.
A recent feature story on the PBS show “Religion and Ethics Newsweekly” included an interview with School of Liberal Arts faculty member Professor Zoe Sherman. Dr. Sherman discusses the shift in the American economy as more people are employed but see a smaller share of the economy’s wealth.