ZSR Library Lecture Series for Spring 2017
Charlie Lovett (New York Times bestselling novelist) will have a book reading/signing for his new book, The Lost
Book of the Grail (available February 28, 2017). Thursday, March 16, 4:00-5:00 pm, ZSR Special Collections
Reading Room (Room 625, Reynolds Wing).
Lynn Book (Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Wake Forest University)
will present a lecture on Dada. Monday, March 20, 4:00-5:00 pm. ZSR Library Auditorium (Room 404, Reynolds
Faculty Scholarship Update
School of Divinity course "Invoking Your Public Theological Voice" highlighted on FOX 8 WGHP for assignment where students were asked to write
letters to the supporters of the presidential candidate who represented the view other than their own; this aired on MLK Day
School of Divinity professors Katherine Shaner, assistant professor of new testament, and Bill Leonard, Dunn Professor of Baptist Studies and pro-
fessor of church history, have been invited to write for "American Values, Religious Voices: 100 Days. 100 Letters." Organized by a powerful grass-
roots initiative, this is a bipartisan campaign that features scholars from different religious tradition to articulate core American values that have
grounded our nation in the past and should guide us forward at this time of political transition. All 100 letters are sent to the President, Vice Presi-
dent, Cabinet Secretaries, and Members of the House and Senate. Visit http://
Congratulations to this year's Re:Generate Fellows. Made possible by the Byron Fellowship Education Foun-
dation and Kalliopeia Foundation, this fellowship is a leadership development program for young North
American faith leaders who are exploring vocational issues focused in the areas of food, health, and ecologi-
cal wellbeing. Among them are two current MDiv students! Meet them: http://wakediv.school/
Upcoming conference: Teachers, Teaching and the Media
Wake Forest University will host an interdisciplinary conference – Teachers,
Teaching, and Media Conference – from March 2-4, on the WFU campus. Scholars
from across the country will participate in paper, panel, and poster sessions.
Conference themes will be addressed from a variety of critical and theoretical
perspectives in concurrent sessions. The two thematic emphases are the exami-
nation of representations of teachers in popular culture (film, television, litera-
ture, music, etc.) and the use of technology and media in the classroom (and,
more broadly, in the curriculum at all educational levels).
The conference schedule is available at http://college.wfu.edu/
ttmconf/. Conference registrations – which are free for WFU faculty, staff, and
students – will be accepted via the conference website at until February 23.
A premiere screening of the documentary Teacher of the
Year (teacheroftheyear.com) will be held Thursday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Pugh
Auditorium in the Benson University Center. This special event is free and open
to the public.
This conference is sponsored by: The
Office of the Provost, Department of
Communication, Department of Edu-
cation, Film and Media Studies Pro-
gram, and The Humanities Institute
(with support made possible by a
major grant from the National En-
dowment from the Humanities).
For more information, contact Mary
M. Dalton, firstname.lastname@example.org.