Latest Issue of CSR Highlights Work of Trinity Staff and Faculty
The winter 2019 issue of “The Christian Scholar’s Review” features the insights and contributions of several members of Trinity’s staff and faculty.
Among the articles, Director of First Year Experience Emily Bosscher reviews James Emery White’s “Meet Generation Z.” Her review explores ways to understand the current generation of traditional-aged undergraduate students, based on what White calls “the new reality of a post-Christian world.” While White’s book focuses on Gen Z and the church, Bosscher explores parallels for those in higher education as well.
Professor of Education Bill Boerman-Cornell, Ph.D., also offers an extended review of “Why Comics? From Underground to Everywhere” by Hillary Chute. Boerman-Cornell, with Jung Kim and Michael L. Manderino, recently co-authored “Graphic Novels in High School and Middle School Classrooms: A Disciplinary Literacies Approach.
“The Christian Scholar’s Review” publishes articles of original scholarship and general interest dealing with all aspects of Christian thought and the interrelationship of Christian thought with all areas of scholarly interest. Trinity Professor of Music Mark Peters, Ph.D., and Professor of Philosophy Aron Repmann, Ph.D., currently serve as book editors for the periodical.