Dr. C. Anthony Hunt, Faculty Fellow and E. Franklin Frazier Professor of African-American Studies, recently had a new book released. Keep Looking Up: Sermons on the Psalms available on Amazon.com in paperback and electronic versions. To learn more about Dr. Hunt’s work you can visit his website.
Karen Lee Erlichman, Professor of Jewish Spirituality specializing in Gender and Diversity in Spiritual Direction, has recently published an article entitled, Traveling with Angels. The article was published in the newly released collection, Finding Our Wings: A Collection of Angelic Stories and Poems, edited by Shanda Trofe and Megan Winter Moffitt. To learn more about Dr. Erlichman’s work you can visit her website.
Dr. John Morgan, the Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences, has just published a new book entitled, The Morgan Reader: A Compendium of Scholarly Papers in Psychology and Religion (From Clinical Psychotherapy and Counseling Psychology to Phenomenology and Philosophy of Religion and Culture). Based on published scholarly articles from 1998 to 2016 in the fields of psychology and religion, the book serves as a reader’s resource for Dr. Morgan’s e-tutorials in the fields of clinical psychotherapy and the phenomenology of culture. Covering nearly 40 articles and 385 pages, individuals wishing to delve deeper into Dr. Morgan’s research and teaching will find this tome a valuable reference. It is available as an e-book from the GTF for $15.00.