Faculty Publications

 

Publications written by faculty and staff in the Department of Philosophy and World Religions at the University of Northern Iowa.

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Submissions from 2022

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From Shared Governance to Shared Leadership: Our COVID Response to Faculty Evaluation, Support, and Advancement, John Burnight, Danielle Cowley, Becky Wilson Hawbaker, James Mattingly, Patrick Pease, Amy J. Petersen, and John Vallentine

Submissions from 2021

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Is Eliphaz a false prophet? The vision in Job 4.12-21, John Burnight

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Hannah arendt and the role of truth in politics, Yasemin Sari

Submissions from 2020

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Towards an arendtian conception of justice, Yasemin Sari

Submissions from 2019

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A new interpretation of job 6,5-7, John Burnight

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The broken thread cervantes, Don quijote, and war trauma, Martha J. Reineke

Submissions from 2018

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Woodrow Wilson's Christian internationalism and the pursuit of a just and lasting peace, Cara Lea Burnidge

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Virtue epistemology and collective epistemology, Reza Lahroodi

Submissions from 2017

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A proposed new etymology for in northwest semitic, John Burnight

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America’s “peculiar children”: Authority and Christian nationalism at Antebellumwest point, Michael Graziano

Building a Culture of Ethics in Higher Education, Abbylynn Helgevold, Yasemin Sari, LeAnn Faidley, and Timothy Adamson

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An Arendtian recognitive politics: The right to have rights as a performance of visibility, Yasemin Sari

Submissions from 2016

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Minority Report: Re-Reading Gilgamesh After Levinas, Francis Dominic Degnin

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Minority Report: Re-Reading Gilgamesh After Levinas, Francis Dominic Degnin

Submissions from 2015

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Religion and Fat = Protestant christianity and weight loss? On the intersections of fat studies and religious studies, Lynne Gerber, Susan Hill, and Lerhonda Manigault-Bryant

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Enhancing Academic Integrity and Facing Academic Dishonesty Afternoon Plenary Session & Wrap-Up, Abbylynn Helgevold, Jennifer Waldron, Disa Lubker Cornish, Brittany Flokstra, and Craig VanSandt

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Cheating Resistant Pedagogies: Applying Insights from “Cheating Lessons” in the Classroom, Martha Reineke, Kim Baker, Lisa Brodersen, and Timothy Adamson

Submissions from 2014

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A new interpretation and translation of job 5:5, John Burnight

Does eliphaz really begin "gently"? An intertextual reading of job 4,2-11, John Burnight

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Job 5:7 as Eliphaz's response to Job's "malediction" (3:3-10), John Burnight

Submissions from 2013

Not a country for old men: Scapegoats and sacrifice in Santa Varvara, Martha Reineke

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THE LEGACY OF GORDON KAUFMAN: THEOLOGICAL METHOD AND ITS PRAGMATIC NORMS, Jerome P. Soneson

Submissions from 2011

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The historical chronology of the Hasmonean period in the War and Antiquities of Flavius Josephus: Separating fact from fiction, Kenneth Atkinson

Submissions from 2009

Difficult patients, overmedication, and groupthink, Francis Dominic Degnin

Sacrifice and sexual difference: Insights and challenges in the work of René Girard, Martha Reineke

Submissions from 1999

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: How Should a Student Approach the Study of Religion?, Martha Reineke

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: Can You Prove the Existence of God?, Martha Reineke and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: Do You Have a Final Comment?, Martha Reineke and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: Do You Think Humans Would Be Religious If They Were Never Going to Die?, Martha Reineke and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: Do You Think Humans Would Be Religious If They Were Never Going to Die (cont.)?, Martha Reineke and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: How Do You Define Religion?, Martha Reineke and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: How Do You Respond to the Claim: “All Religions Are the Same, They Just Use Different Symbols”?, Martha Reineke and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: How Should a Student Approach the Study of Religion [cont.]?, Martha Reineke and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: What Are Your Major Interests as a Scholar?, Martha Reineke and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: What do Proofs of the Existence of God Offer to Religious Believers?, Martha Reineke and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martha Reineke Engages with the Question: What Influenced Your Choice to Be a Scholar of Religion?, Martha Reineke and Alfred Benney