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About the AUC Author Series
The AUC Author Series is a production of the Robert W. Woodruff Library, AUC librarians. Our goal is to showcase, through video interviews, the most current and important books, articles or other creative efforts written, edited, or produced by members of our Atlanta University Center community. So enjoy listening to author interviews from
Clark Atlanta University, Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College, Spelman College and Robert W. Woodruff Library, AUC faculty and staff!
Our AUC Authors and Creators
Dr. Lin Sun discusses her project, At the Boundary. Dr. Shay Welch discusses her book, A Theory of Freedom: Feminism and the Social Contract. Dr. Arthur Pindle discusses his work, Bayou St. John. Dr. Jonell Pedescleaux discusses her work, Differences in Race and Gender of 6th Grade Science Students’ Endocrine System Test Scores. Ms. Neely Terrell of the RWWL discusses her work, Super Singles Activate, and her other published works. Dr. Margaret Aymer of the ITC discusses her work, Confessing the Beatitudes. Dr. Mark Ellingsen of the ITC discusses his book, Lectionary Preaching Workbook, Series IX, Cycle B . Dr. James Gillam of Spelman discusses his latest book, Life and Death in the Central Highlands: An American Sergeant in the Vietnam War - 1968-1970. Dr. Tarshia Stanley of Spelman discusses her book, The Encyclopedia of Hip Hop Literature. Dr. F.S.J. Ledgister of CAU discusses his book, Only West Indians: Creole Nationalism in the British West Indies. Dr. Abi Adegboye Awomolo of CAU discusses her book Wanna B Prez?: 10 Life Strategies From President Barack Obama's Journey to the White House. Ms. Felesha Love of Spelman College discusses her book, Brave Leap to Freedom: Integrating Mind, Body, and Spirit to Cultivate Healthy Relationships. Dr. L.H. Whelchel of the ITC discusses his book, Sherman's March and the Emergence of the Independent Black Church Movement. Dr. Michael Janis of Morehouse College discusses his book, Africa after Modernism: Transitions in Literature, Media and Philosophy. Dr. Nathan M. Nobis of Morehouse College discusses the paper he presented to the Conference on BioEthics at the Institute of Human Values in Healthcare, "The Harmful Nontherapeutic use of Animals in Research is Morally Wrong." Dr. Patricia Ventura discusses her project, Neoliberal Culture. Dr. Shanesha R.F. Brooks-Tatum of the Robert W. Woodruff Library, AUC discusses her essay, Spirituality and Religion in Hip Hop Literature and Culture, in Encyclopedia of Hip Hop Literature. Dr. Duane M. Jackson of Morehouse College discusses his award-winning article, " Recall and the Serial Position Effect: The Role of Primacy and Recency on Accounting Students' Performance." Dr. Randall C. Bailey of the ITC discusses his book, They Were All Together in One Place?: Toward Minority Biblical Criticism. Dr. Mark Ellingsen of the ITC discusses his book, Sin Bravely: A Joyful Alternative to a Purpose-Driven Life. Dr. Edward P. Wimberly of the ITC discusses his book, No Shame in Wesley's Gospel: A Twenty-First Century Pastoral Theology. Mr. Melvin J. Collier of the Robert W. Woodruff Library, AUC discusses his book, Mississippi to Africa: A Journey of Discovery. Dr. L.H. Whelchel of the ITC discusses his book, The History and Heritage of African-American Churches: A Way Out of No Way
Our thanks go out to Daniel Le who did a lot of the early work on this project.