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Trevecca authors honored

The 2009 Trevecca Authors Reception

Each year Trevecca honors its published writers with a display in Waggoner Library.

This year’s writers are listed below.

For a full listing of Trevecca’s authors throughout the years, visit

Trevecca Authors 2009

Adams, Homer J.

            History is Fascinating and I can Prove it. Vantage Press: New York, 2008.

Agee, James

            “Evaluating Faith Integration in the Classroom: The Validity of End-of-Course Evaluations.” Proceedings of the Christian Business Faculty Association Conference,           Indianapolis, IN. 2008.

Bennett, Tammy G.

            …“Christmas, Party of One – Choose Joy Even When Kids Are Away.” Parent Life. Dec. 2008: 41.

Bivens, Judy

            The Relationship Between Selected Tennessee Elementary and Middle School Library Media Centers and Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program Composite Reading Test Scores. Dissertation. Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN. Aug. 2008.

Blann, Robinson

            …“Differences in Perception: a Structural Study of Emerson’s Hamatreya.” Tennessee Philological Bulletin. 45 (2008): 26-31.

Boone, Dan

            Preaching the Story that Shapes Us. Beacon Hill Press: Kansas City, MO, 2008.

Britt, John

            Who Killed Change? Polvera Publishing: USA, 2008. Co-authored with Ken Blanchard.

Daugherty, Heather R.

            …“Sermon for the Season of Pentecost.” Preacher’s Magazine Pentecost, 2009.

Harvey, Donald

            Love Decisions. OMF Literature, Inc. (Overseas Missionary Fellowship): Manila, Philippines, 2008. Originally published in hardback by Thomas Nelson in 2003, this paperback edition is targeted for English speaking people in the Philippines.

Hillard, Graham

            …“What Is Lost” New York Quarterly. Number 64 (2008): 103.

            …“Villanelle for Darkness” Regarding Arts and Letters. 33.1(2008): 9.

            …“Boundary Waters” Prairie Fire. 29.4 (2008-09): 33.

            …“Orpheus in Five Parts” Fugue. forthcoming in Spring 2009.

            …“To Charon” Night Train. forthcoming in Spring 2009.

            …“Teaching Absalom: Faulkner in the Preparatory School” The Oxford American, forthcoming in Summer 2009.



Huddleston, Matthew.

            …“Observations of the Warm Plasma Cloak and an Explanation of its Formation in the Magnetosphere” Co-authored with C.R. Chappell, T.E. Moore, B.L. Giles, & D.C. Delcourt, Journal of Geophysical Research. 4 Sept. 2008: A09206,  doi:10.1029/2007JA012945.

Kerr, Nathan R.

                        Christ, History and Apocalyptic: The Politics of Christian Mission. Cascade Books: Eugene, OR, 2009.

            …”St. Anselm: Theoria and the Doctrinal Logic of Perfection.” In Partakers of the Divine       Nature: the History and Development of Deification in the Christian Traditions. Edited by     Michael J. Christensen and Jeffrey A. Wittung. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2008. 175-88.

            …”Transcendence and Apocalyptic: A Reply to Barber.” Political Theology. 10.1 (Jan. 2009): 143-52.

Ragsdale, Susan.

                        Ready to Go Service Projects: 140 Ways for Youth Groups to Lend a Hand. Abingdon     Youth: Nashville, TN., 2008. Co-authored with Ann Saylor.

Stride, Steve.

            …“The Physiological and Traumatic Effects of Childhood Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence.” Journal of Emotional Abuse. 8.1/2 (2008): 83-101. Co-authored with Robert Geffner and Alan Lincoln.

Swink, Esther.

            …“Perceptions of Doctoral Graduates on the Usefulness of Written Reflections as an Instructional Strategy.” The ICCTE [International Community of Christians in Teacher Education] Journal. 2008. Online at

Tabernik, Ty.

            Project Management Skills in the Healthcare Environment: Perceived Importance to Healthcare Project Success. Dissertation. Capella University: 2008.

Vail, Michael W.

            …“The Challenge of Evaluating Clergy Education in the Context of the Church of the Nazarene.” Didache—Faithful Teaching. 8.1 (2008) <>




The Trevecca Authors Celebration is sponsored by Waggoner Library at Trevecca Nazarene University