EASTERN EUROPE (Garland Publications) which wasrecently named a
CHOICE Outstanding Academic Book for 2000.
Randall J. Stephens, a PhD Candidate in the HistoryDepartment at the
University of Florida, and CFHmember, has received the 2002-2003 Lilly
Dissertation Fellowship for completing workon his dissertation entitled "The
Fire Spreads: The Origins of Southern Pentecostalism."
CALL FOR PAPERS/NATIONAL FACULTY LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE,
CHICAGO, JUNE 27-30, 2002
We are interestedin oral presentations in the following general areas:
1) Academic integration(e.g., integration of Christian worldview and
academic research), and 2) Practical ministry ideas foruniversity professors.
You are invited and encouraged to submit an abstract ofno more than 200
words. Please indicate whether it is intended for a session onpractical
ministry ideas or academic integration, and if the topicis academic
integration, please indicate the academicfield. Also, provide a brief
all that is required. You do nothave to submit a complete written
presentation. Abstracts should be submitted to RichMcGee, NFLC Program
Director, Christian Leadership Ministries using eMail= email@example.com.The
deadline to submit an abstract is April 30th. Notificationof acceptances will
be made within three weeks of submission date.
Dallas Willard will be the featured speaker, addressing fourplenary
sessions. Please see the conference web siteat http://facultylinc.comfor
details on the call forpapers, online registration, schedule and hotel
GROWING UP PENTECOSTAL: A CALL FOR PAPERS
Texas Southern University is putting togethera collection of
reminiscences ofTexan Pentecostals entitled GROWING UP PENTECOSTAL:
A COLLECTION OFMEMORIES FROM THE FIRE BAPTIZED LOCATION,
TEXAS. The study intends to gather the personal accountsof practicing and
non-practicing Pentecostal students and scholars whose formative yearswere
shaped by Pentecostal liturgyand ritual. Writers are encouraged to submit
autobiographical essays of 500 to 800 words examining early childhood years,