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Faculty Activities

Scholarly Publications (A-F)

Sr. Mary Kate Birge

  • “Jesus, the Kingdom of God, and Restorative Justice.” Redemption and Restoration: A Catholic Perspective on Restorative Justice. Edited by David McCarthy, Trudy Conway, Vicki Schieber. Liturgical Press, December 2018.
  • “Letter to the Colossians.” Paulist Biblical Commentary. Edited by Jose Enrique Aguilar Chiu et. al. Paulist Press, 2018.

Christine Blackshaw

  • Ed., Mito e historia en la televisión y el cine español. Albatros Hispanófila, 2019.
  • “Constructing the Don Carlos Legend in Nineteenth-Century Spain.” Bulletin of Spanish Studies 96.4 (2018): 1-19.

Joshua Brown

  • “Royal Moral Influence: Configuring Christ’s Kingship and Christian Morality through Mèngzǐ 孟子and Aquinas.” Modern Theology 34.4 (October 2018): 618-636.
  • “Christ our Ritual Sage? A Chinese Articulation of Christ’s Priesthood.” Nova et Vetera 17.1 (2019): 15-38.
  • "'Son of Heaven’: Developing The Theological Aspects of Mengzi’s Philosophy of the Ruler.” The Bloomsbury Research Handbook of Early Chinese Ethics and Political Philosophy, ed. Alexus McLeod. Bloomsbury Press, 2019: 247-66.

William Collinge

  •  “‘You Say You Want a Green Revolution?’ Eugene and Abigail McCarthy and Catholic Agrarianism,” in Susie Paulik Babka, Elena ProcarioFoley, and Sandra Yocum, eds., “You Say You Want a Revolution?” 1968–2018 in Theological Perspective, College Theology Society Annual. 64 (Orbis Books, 2019): 120131.
  • Review of Robert Miner, Nietzsche and Montaigne, Horizons 45.2 (December 2018): 492-93.
  • Review of Thomas G. Weinandy, Jesus Becoming Jesus: A Theological Interpretation of the Synoptic Gospels, Horizons 46.1 (June 2019): 207-09.

Lorriane Cuddeback-Gedeon

  • “‘Nothing About Us Without Us:’ Ethnography, Conscientization, and the Epistemic Challenges of Intellectual Disability.” Practical Matters Journal 11 (August 2018).
  • "Disability." T & T Clark Companion to Theological Anthropology. Ed. Stephen Okey and Mary Ann Hinsdale, T&T Clark (forthcoming).

Fr. James Donohue, C.R.

  • With David Matzko McCarthy, Moral Vision: Seeing the World with Love and Justice. Eerdmans Publishing, 2018.
  • “Confessions of a Priest: The Unused Potential of the Rite of Penance.” Naming Our Sins: How Recognizing the Seven Deadly Sins Can Renew the Sacrament of Reconciliation, edited by Jana M. Bennett and David Cloutier (Catholic University Press, 2019): 168-180.
  • Book Review of Matthew Levering, Dying and the Virtues. Horizons (June 2018): 477-479.
  • Book Review of Patrick W. Carey, Confession: Catholics, Repentance and Forgiveness in America. Horizons.

Timothy Fritz

  • “Coerced Combat: Evolving Justifications for African Militia Participation in Colonial South Carolina, 1670–1742.” South Carolina Historical Magazine, Summer 2019.
  • Review of Lives in Objects: Native Americans, British Colonists, and Cultures of Labor and Exchange in the Southeast, by Jessica Yirush Stern. Ohio Valley History, Summer 2018.
  • Review of The Bone and Sinew of the Land: America’s Forgotten Black Pioneers and the Struggle for Equality. Civil War Book Review 20.4.

Scholarly Publications (G-L)

Jamie Gianoutsos

  • “Sapientia and Stultitia in John Colet's Commentary on First Corinthians.Reformation & Renaissance Review 21 (2019): 109-25.
  • “‘A New Discovery’ of Charles Hoole: Method and Practice in Seventeenth-Century English Education.” History of Education 48.1 (2019): 1-18.

Brian Gilchrist

  • “McLuhan in the Digital Marketplace: Media Effects of Online Shopping.” Communications. Media. Design 3.1 (2018): 26-42.
  • “The Media Ecology of Etienne Gilson: Mediation in St. Augustine’s City of God.” Discourse: Journal of the Speech Communication Association of South Dakota (SCASD) 4.1 (2018): 25-34.
  • “John Duns Scotus: Doctor Subtilis.” An Encyclopedia of Communication Ethics: Goods in Contention, edited by Ronald C. Arnett, Annette M. Holba, and Susan Mancino, Peter Lang, 2018:142-146.

Paige Hochschild

  • "St. Augustine on the Church as Sacrifice." The Emerging Christian Minority, eds. Victor Lee Austin and Joel C. Daniels, Wipf and Stock, 2019.

Elizabeth Holtry

  • Salt, Williams Gallery, Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD, September 2018.
  • Barren, Barry Gallery, Marymount University, Arlington, VA, October-November 2018. 
  • Salt, Delaplaine Arts Center, Frederick, MD, February 2019. 

Nick Hutchings

  • What We Know in Part, Williams Gallery, Mount St. Mary’s University, November 2018.
  • 500X/ This is 40, Group Alumni Exhibition, 500X Gallery, Dallas TX, March 2019.

Jessy Jordan

  • “Natural Normativity and the Authority-of-Nature Challenge,” International Philosophical Quarterly. 59. 233 (March 2019): 23-36.

Kristopher Kohler

  • "The Return of the Ugly American: How Trumpism is Pushing Zambia towards China in the ‘New Cold War’." Perspectives on Global Development and Technology 18.1-2: 186-204.

Sean Lewis

  • “Mathematics, Mystery, and Memento Mori: Teaching Humanist Theology in Dante’s Commedia.” Religions 10 (2019): https://www.mdpi.com/20771444/10/3/225.
  • “Chaucer’s Pynsons of 1526: Reading Cues and Reading Practices.” Enarratio 22 (2018): 32-56.

Jordan Loveridge

  • "Praise Bee!: Allegory and Interpretation in the Aberdeen Bestiary." Rhetoric Society Quarterly (Published online ahead of print; awaiting print publication).
  • “Poetics, Probability, and the Progymnasmata in Matthew of Vendôme's Ars versificatoria.” Rhetorica 37.3 (2019): 242-264.
  • Review of Emperors and Bishops in Late Roman Invective, by Richard Flower. Rhetoric & Public Affairs 21.4 (2018): 747-749.

Scholarly Publications (M-Z)

Jack Trammell

  • “Disability Stigma on Campuses: Helping Students with Psychiatric Impairments to Succeed,” with D. Trunk and C. Russo. The Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability (in press).
  • “Learning Alone and Academic Capital: An Old Sociological Idea in a New Educational Application.” The Journal of College Academic Support Programs 2.1 (2019): 62-63.
  • “Goffman and Spoiled Identity: Helping Developmental Students Shed the Label.” The Journal of College Academic Support Programs 1.1 (2018): 51-52.
  • “The Impact of Learning Assistance Experience on Teaching Pedagogy.” The Learning Assistance Journal 23.1 (2018): 31-59.
  • “Shifting Identities: Research on Macro and Micro Aspects of ID College Programs.” Research Involving Participants with Impaired Cognition: Ethics, Autonomy, Inclusion, and Innovation, edited by A. Cascio and E. Racine. Oxford University Press, 2019.
  • “Disability Commentaries.” Research Involving Participants with Impaired Cognition: Ethics, Autonomy, Inclusion, and Innovation, edited by A. Cascio and E. Racine. Oxford University Press, 2019.
    Barrett Turner: “Pope Francis and the Death Penalty: A Conditional Advance of Justice in the Law of Nations.” Nova et Vetera 16.4 (2018): 1041-1050.

Joe Vince

  • Co-author, “Firearms Policies and Procedures for Law Enforcement Agencies.” International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).

Scholarly Presentation (A-K)

Christine Blackshaw

  • “Isabel la Católica and Juana la Loca: Allegories of Queenship During the Reign of Isabell II.” The 73rd Annual Kentucky Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Culture Conference at the University of Kentucky, April 2019.
  • “Television as Literature: The Case of El Ministerio del Tiempo.” The 65th Mountain Interstate Foreign Languages Conference, sponsored by the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, October 2019.

Joshua Brown

  • “Let the Dead Bury the Dead? A Confucian and Thomistic Analysis of Matthew 8:21-22.” Thomas and Scripture Conference, Ave Maria University, February 2019.
  • “Changing without Change: Dào and Causation in Early Daoism.” Public lecture at the University of Connecticut, October 9, 2018.

Mark Carlson

  • Solo euphonium recital with organ, “Movements from Tony Plog’s Themes on Paintings of Goya & Themes on Paintings by Munch.” International Tuba-Euphonium Association Conference, University of Iowa, May 2019.
  • Chamber Music Concert with Sotto Voce. International Tuba-Euphonium Association Conference, University of Iowa, May 2019.

Lorraine Cuddeback-Gedeon

  • “Tangled Dependencies Healthcare, the Global Care Chain, and Justice for Direct Support Professionals.” Catholic Theological Society of America Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, June 2019.

Peter Dorsey

  • “Fashioning Civility: Mansfield and Franklin on Contracts.” Western Conference on British Studies, San Antonio, TX, September 2018.

Timothy Fritz

  • “Race and the Threat of the Floridian Borderlands.” Society for Historians of the Early American Republic Annual Meeting. Cleveland, OH, June 20, 2018.
  • “Lament as Engagement: Teaching Histories of Slavery in Times of Division.” Conference on Faith and History. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI, October 6, 2018.

Jamie Gianoutsos

  • “‘A New Discovery’ of Charles Hoole: Method and Practice in Seventeenth-Century English Education.” North American Conference for British Studies, Providence, RI, October 27, 2018.

Brian Gilchrist

  • “Everything Is an App (Including Us): The Media Ecology of Generation Z.” Fourth Biennial Philosophy of Communication Conference, June 2019.
  • “Technology Mediating Dasein and Seyn: Martin Heidegger’s Black Notebooks as Media Ecology and Philosophy of Communication.” Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference, April 2019.
  • “The Technology of Poetry: A Burkean Consideration.” Panel Presentation, Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference, April 2019.
  • “The Once and Future Middle Ages: A Media Ecology Response to Popular Medievalism.” Teaching, and Learning the Middle Ages through Popular Culture: Medievalism and All That Conference, January 2019.

Paige Hochschild

  • “The Virtue of Patience, Pinckaers, and Amoris Laetitia,” Fribourg, Switzerland, October 2018; publication upcoming in conference volume.
  • “St. Augustine and St. Thomas on Conversion,” Brown University, February 2019.
  • “Sin and Redemption in Lord of the Rings,” Duke University, March 2019.
  • “Why We Call God ‘Father’,” University of South Carolina, March 2019.

Scholarly Presentations (L-Z)

Jordan Loveridge

  • “The Imagination of Future Evil: Mental Images in 12th and 13th Century Rhetorical Theory.” Leuven Conference on Mental Being, Leuven, Belgium, 2019.
  • "'O Painting with your New Wonders!': Probability and Sensation in Medieval Rhetoric and Poetic." International Society for the History of Rhetoric Conference, New Orleans, 2019.
  • "Praise Bee!: Ecological Persuasion and the Allegorical Encomium." American Society for the History of Rhetoric Conference, Austin, TX, 2019.
  • "Probability, Play, and the Progymnasmata in Matthew of Vendôme's Ars Versificatoria." National Communication Association Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT, 2018.

Jack Trammell

  • “Learning Alone: Academic Capital and Learning Assistance Program Success.” NCLCA Conference, Niagara Falls, NY, October 2018.
  • “Learning Alone: Academic Capital and Learning Assistance Program Success.” CRLA Conference, Albuquerque, NM, October 2018.

Barrett Turner

  • “St. Paul on the Judgment of the ‘Spiritual Man’: Lawsuits, Baptism, and Wisdom in 1 Cor. 6.” Pinckaers Symposium, University of Notre Dame, May 6-7, 2019.
  • “Leo XIII and Adam Smith on Social Virtues and the State.” Adam Smith Meets Leo XIII, Ciocca Scholars Conference, Catholic University of America, April 13, 2019.
  • “Domingo de Soto’s In causa pauperum deliberatio (1545) and Economic Migration.” 43rd Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Conference, Villanova University, October 5-7, 2018.

Joe Vince

  • “Moral and Ethical Challenges Facing Law Enforcement in the 21st Century,” Keynote speaker for the Mount’s ‘Blue Mass’ and induction ceremony of Mount students into the Order of St. Michael, April 26. 2019.

Professional Activities (A-D)

Thomas Bligh

  • Fiction Reading at the Festival of Language, Ford, Food & Drink, Portland, OR, March 27, 2019.
  • Reader, Slice Magazine. Issue 24. Spring/Summer 2019. https://slicemagazine.org/

Joshua Brown

  • Guest speaker, Graduate Seminar in Asian Philosophy University of Connecticut, October 8, 2018.

Mark Carlson

  • Adjudicator, Young Artists Euphonium Competition. International Tuba-Euphonium Association Conference, University of Iowa, May 2019.

William Collinge

  • “Catholic Social Teaching.” Adult education course at St. Francis Xavier Parish Center, Gettysburg, PA, September 27–October 25, 2018.

Lorraine Cuddeback-Gedeon

  • Steering Committee, Fieldwork in Ethics Interest Group. Society of Christian Ethics Annual Convention, Washington DC, January 2019.

Fr. James Donohue, C.R.

  • Roundtable presentation, “The Rheinau Sacramentary: The Ebb and Flow of Its Influence on the Rites of the Dying,” Prague, Czech Republic, June 19, 2019.
  • “Working for Peace and Justice: Wisdom from Those Gone Before Us.” William K. Collinge Lecture, sponsored by the Social Justice and Welfare Committee of St. Francis Xavier Parish and the Interfaith Center for Peace and Justice of Gettysburg-Adams County at St. Francis Xavier Catholic School, Gettysburg, PA, March 21, 2019.
  • “The Hospitality of God: A Journey through Luke’s Gospel”: Five Lenten Presentations at St. Bernadette Parish, Severn, MD, March 13, March 20, March 27, April 3, April 10, 2019.
  • Celebrating the Word: Congregation of the Resurrection Website: Bible Study www.resurrectionists.ca.
  • Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ—Year B (June 3, 2018).
  • Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time—Year B (September 16, 2018).
  • Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe—Year B (November 25, 2018).
  • Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph—Year C (December 30, 2018).
  • Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time— Year C (February 3, 2019).
  • First Sunday of Lent—Year C (March 10, 2019).
  • Fifth Sunday of Easter—Year C (May 19, 2019). Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ—Year C (June 23, 2019).
  • Sunday Reflections: Congregation of the Resurrection Website www.resurrectionists.ca
  • “Using our Gifts to Further God’s Reign”: 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time—Year B (July 15, 2018).
  • “Shifting Complaints to Gratitude”: 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time— Year B (August 5, 2018).
  • “A Misunderstood Passage about Marriage”: 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time—Year B (August 26, 2018).
  • “Working toward a Peaceable Kingdom”: 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time—Year B (September 16, 2018).
  • “God Can Make All Things New”: 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time— Year B (October 7, 2018).
  • “He Followed Him on the Way”: 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time— Year B (October 28, 2018).
  • “Nothing Substitutes for Love”: 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time— Year B (November 4, 2018).
  • “Prepare Today”: 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time—Year B (November 18, 2018).
  • “A Different Kind of King”: Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe (Nov. 25, 2018).
  • “Waiting: A Decisive Action”: 3rd Sunday of Advent—Year C (December 16, 2018).
  • “Importance of Fortitude”: The Feast of the Holy Family—Year C (December 30, 2018).
  • “You Are My Beloved Son”: Baptism of the Lord—Year C (January 13, 2019).
  • “Without Love, I Am a Resounding Gong”: 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time—Year C (February 4, 2019).
  • “The Power of the Spirit Forms Christ in Us”: 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time—Year C (Feb. 24, 2019).
  • “Abraham: Father of Faith”: 2nd Sunday of Lent—Year C (March 17, 2019).
  • “God’s Peace”: 2nd Sunday of Easter—Year C (April 28, 2019).
  • “The Spirit Continues to Unite Us”: Pentecost Sunday—Year C (June 9, 2019).

Professional Activities (E-Z)

Jamie Gianoutsos

  • Reviewer, Folger Shakespeare Library Institute Long-Term Fellowship Selection Committee, Washington D.C., January 2019.

Brian Gilchrist

  • Respondent, Top Paper Panel. Kenneth Burke Interest Group, Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference, April 2019.
  • Respondent, Messages of Connection, Resilience, Duty, and Power through a Rhetorical Lens. Undergraduate Scholars Conference, Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference, April 2019.
  • Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Communication and Religion, 2018 -19.
  • Manuscript Reviewer, Pennsylvania Communication Annual, Pennsylvania Communication Association, 2019.
  • Reviewer, Communication Ethics Division, National Communication Association Conference, 2018.
  • Reviewer, Eastern Communication Association Undergraduate Scholars Conference, 2018.
  • Reviewer, Competitive Papers, Undergraduate Honors Conference, Southern States Communication Association Annual Conference, 2018.

Sean Lewis

  • Narrator for the Mount Wind Ensemble’s performance of Johan de Meij’s Symphony No. 1, Spring 2019.
  • “Mathematics, Mystery, and Memento Mori: Teaching Humanist Theology in Dante’s Commedia.” Third Biennial Teaching the Christian Intellectual Tradition Conference, Fall 2018.
  • “The Greek Hero.” The Council of Independent Colleges and the Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, D.C., Summer 2019.

Jordan Loveridge

  • Proposal Reviewer, American Society for the History of Rhetoric Conference, 2019.
  • Chair, American Society for the History of Rhetoric Student Paper Award, 2018.
    Committee Member, American Society for the History of Rhetoric Dissertation Award Committee, 2018.
  • Session Chair, "Playful Histories and Historiographies." National Communication Association Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT, 2018.
  • Session Chair, "Playing with Approaches to Classical Rhetoric." National Communication Association Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, UT, 2018.

Luis Vera

Joe Vince

  • Member, International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)’s Working Group on Criminal Intelligence. Continued Member IACP’s Firearms Committee.
  • Court-certified subject-area plaintiff expert on mass shootings including Sutherland Springs, TX, and others.
  • Conducted numerous national and international interviews for TV, radio and print media on crime and gun violence including “The Pistol That Looks Like a Rifle: The Dayton’s Shooter’s Gun,” NPR, August 8, 2019.

Community Service

Brian Gilchrist

  • Faculty Presenter, “Communication and Writing,” Building Bridges: Across the Curriculum, Across Catholic Education. The Summer Seminar for Catholic High School Teachers and Administrators, The Human Condition across the Curriculum,” Mount St. Mary’s University, June 19, 2019.

Elizabeth Holtry

  • College Experience Environmental Art Camp, Mount St. Mary’s University, June 2019.

Awards/Honors

Brian Gilchrist

  • Philosophy of Communication Interest Group: Top Competitive Papers Panel, “Technology Mediating Dasein and Seyn: Martin Heidegger’s Black Notebooks as Media Ecology and Philosophy of Communication.” Eastern Communication Association Annual Conference, April 2019.

Nick Hutchings

  • Grand Prize Semifinalist, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH, 2019.