THIEL PROFESSOR PUBLISHES REVIEW
July 29, 2010
Greenville, PA—Dr. Mary Theresa Hall, chair and professor of English, recently published a review in a scholarly journal, The Sixteenth-Century Journal: The Journal of Early Modern Studies.
The piece reviewed the “Huntingdon Library Quarterly: Religion and Cultural Transformation in Early Modern England,” edited by Lorna Clymer. The publication is comprised of eight essays, derived from papers delivered at the UCLA Center for 17th-and 18th-Century Studies conference, focusing on the role of religion in cultural transformation during those centuries.
Hall also recently conducted a peer review of “The Heart of Where to Start: The Guide to Indentifying Your Perfect Book Topic and Writing with Confidence,” by Timothy Morrison. This textbook, which could be used by college writing instructors, provides print and technological aids for students to better formulate thesis statements and develop strong sentence structure.
Hall, who joined the Thiel faculty in 1999, lives in Hermitage with her husband, the Rev. V. Donald Hall.
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