On Tuesday, March 22, 2011, the Office of the Provost, the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs, and the Z. Smith Reynolds Library honored the following faculty authors, editors, and fine & performing artists from January-December 2010 with a reception and dinner in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library.

Faculty Honorees

  • Robert Bliss, Schools of Business
    • Financial Institutions and Markets: The Financial Crisis-An Early Retrospective (Co-editor)
  • Peter Brunette*, Art
    • Michael Haneke (Contemporary Film Directors series)
  • David Coates, Political Science
    • Answering Back: Liberal Responses to Conservative Arguments
  • Patricia Cunningham, Education
    • Classrooms that Work: They Can All Read and Write (Co-author; 5th edition)
    • Developing Readers and Writers in Content Areas (Co-author; 6th edition)
  • J.K. Curry, Theatre
    • The Prop’s The Thing: Stage Properties Reconsidered (Editor; Theatre Symposium, Volume 18)
  • Michael Curtis, School of Law
    • Constitutional Law in Context: Volume 1 (Co-author; 3rd edition)
  • Mary Dalton, Communication
    • The Hollywood Curriculum: Teachers in the Movies (2nd revised edition)
  • Neil DeVotta, Political Science
    • Understanding Contemporary India (Editor; 2nd edition)
  • Jonathan Duchac, Schools of Business
    • Accounting Using Excel for Success (Co-author)
  • Paul Escott, History
    • The Confederacy: The Slaveholders’ Failed Venture
  • Daniel Fogel, Schools of Business
    • The Business of Sustainability (Co-editor; Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability, Volume 2)
  • Samuel Gladding, Counseling
    • The Counseling Dictionary: Concise Definitions of Frequently Used Terms (3rd edition)
    • Family Therapy: History, Theory, and Practice (5th edition)
  • Louis Goldstein, Music
    • “For Bunita Marcus,” music by Morton Feldman (Solo Piano; Compact Disc)
  • Michael Green, School of Law
    • Restatement Third, Torts: Liability for Physical and Emotional Harm, Volume 1 (Co-author)
    • Toxic and Environmental Torts: Cases and Materials (Co-author)
  • Frederick Harris, Schools of Business
    • Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategy and Tactics (Co-author; 12th edition)
  • Robert Hellyer, History
    • Defining Engagement: Japan and Global Contexts, 1640-1868
  • Donna Henderson, Counseling
    • Counseling Children (Co-author; 8th edition)
  • Jefferson Holdridge, English
    • The Wake Forest Series of Irish Poetry, Volume 2 (Editor)
  • Michael Hyde, Communication
    • Perfection: Coming to Terms with Being Human
  • Scott Klein, English
    • Tarr, by Wyndham Lewis (Editor; Oxford World’s Classics series)
  • John Korzen, School of Law
    • Make Your Argument: Succeeding in Moot Court and Mock Trial
  • Wei-chin Lee, Political Science
    • Taiwan’s Politics in the 21st Century: Changes and Challenges (Editor)
  • Bill Leonard, School of Divinity
    • The Challenge of Being Baptist: Owning a Scandalous Past and an Uncertain Future
  • B. Diane Lipsett, School of Divinity
    • Desiring Conversion: Hermas, Thecla, Aseneth
  • Allan Louden, Communication
    • Navigating Opportunity: Policy Debate in the 21st Century (Editor)
  • John McNally, English
    • After the Workshop: A Novel
    • Creative Writer’s Survival Guide: Advice from an Unrepentant Novelist
  • Jack Meredith, Schools of Business
    • Project Management in Practice (Co-author; 4th edition)
  • Ananda Mitra, Communication
    • Digital Communications: From E-Mail to the Cyber Community
    • Digital Games: Computers at Play
    • Digital Music: Computers that Make Music
    • Digital Research: Inventing with Computers
    • Digital Security: Cyber Terror and Cyber Security
    • Digital Video: Moving Images and Computers
  • Roberta Morosini, Romance Languages
    • Boccaccio geografo: Un viaggio nel Mediterraneo tra le citta, i giardini e – il “mondo” di Giovanni Boccaccio (Editor)
  • Lynn Neal, Religion
    • Religious Intolerance in America: A Documentary History (Co-editor)
  • Steve Nickles, School of Law
    • Bankruptcy Code and Related Materials, 2010-2011 (Co-author)
  • Monique O’Connell, History
    • Rulers of Venice, 1332-1524: Governanti di Venezia, 1332-1524: Interpretations, Methods, Database (Co-editor)
  • Morna O’Neill, Art
    • The Edwardian Sense: Art, Design, and Performance in Britain, 1901-1910 (Co-editor; Studies in British Art 20)
    • Walter Crane: The Arts and Crafts, Painting, and Politics, 1875-1890
  • J. Wilson Parker, School of Law
    • Constitutional Law in Context: Volume 1 (Co-author; 3rd edition)
  • Lauren Pressley, Z. Smith Reynolds Library
    • Wikis for Libraries
  • Randall Rogan, Communication
    • Contemporary Theory, Research and Practice of Crisis and Hostage Negotiation (Co-author)
  • Susan Rupp, History
    • Everyday Life in Russian History: Quotidian Studies in Honor of Daniel Kaiser (Co-author)
  • Scott Shafer, Schools of Business
    • Project Management in Practice (Co-author; 4th edition)
  • Sidney Shapiro, School of Law
    • The People’s Agents and the Battle to Protect the American Public: Special Interests, Government, and Threats to Health, Safety, and the Environment (Co-author)
  • Yaohua Shi, East Asian Languages & Cultures
    • Integrated Chinese, Level II, Part II, Character Workbook (Co-author; 3rd edition)
    • Integrated Chinese, Level II, Part II, Textbook (Co-author; 3rd edition)
  • Earl Smith, Sociology
    • Prisoner Reentry and Social Capital: The Long Road to Reintegration (Co-author)
  • Susan Sharpless Smith, Z. Smith Reynolds Library
    • Web-based Instruction: A Guide for Libraries (3rd edition)
  • Jose Luis Venegas, Romance Languages
    • Decolonizing Modernism: James Joyce and the Development of Spanish-American Fiction
  • Mary Wayne-Thomas, Theatre
    • “God’s Ear,” Man Bites Dog Theatre, Durham, NC (Costume Design)
    • “Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom,” Man Bites Dog Theatre, Durham, NC (Set Design)
  • David Weinstein, Political Science
    • John Stuart Mill and the Art of Life (Co-editor)
  • Helga Welsh, Political Science
    • One Germany in Europe (1989-2009) (Co-author; Updated Version)
  • Ulrike Wiethaus, Religion
    • The Seven Rites of the Lakota (Editor)
  • Edwin Wilson, Provost Emeritus
    • The History of Wake Forest University, Volume V, 1967-1983
  • Eric Wilson, English
    • The Mercy of Eternity: A Memoir of Depression and Grace
  • Julian Young, Philosophy
    • Friedrich Nietzsche: A Philosophical Biography
  • Kenneth Zick, Student Life
    • West to Donegal Bay: A Novel of Irish Islands (Published under pseudonym Kenzick Fox)

*Posthumous recognition