Professor William Wians’ volume Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, vol. 26, co-edited with Gary Gutler, S.J., Boston College. Brill: forthcoming July 2011.
In addition, SUNY Press has agreed to publish Logoi and Muthoi: Further Studies in Greek Philosophy and Literature, edited by William Wians. SUNY published the first volume, Logos and Muthos: Studies in Greek Philosophy and Literature (also edited by Prof. Wians), in October 2011.
Professor George Heffernan will publish the following papers:
“‘Erit ergo spiritui subdita caro spiritalis’ (‘The spiritual flesh will therefore be subject to the spirit’): The Heavenly Pleasures of the Disembodied and Reembodied—An Essay on Augustine and the Problem of Embodiment”, forthcoming in Analecta Husserliana, 2012.
“Augustine and Colonialism” and “Augustine and Postcolonialism”, in Karla Pollmann et al., eds., The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine. Oxford University Press, 2011.
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.
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.