Brigham Young University

Faculty List—Alphabetical

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  • Katseanes, Kory
    • Professor of music; director of the School of Music

      E-485A HFAC
      (801) 422-3331
      kory_katseanes@byu.edu
      http://cfacbeta.byu.edu/departments/music/directory/detail?page=55

      Education
      MM, University of Utah, 1979

      Overseas Experience
      Chamber Orchestra Artistic Director, Performing Arts Management Tours through the UK and through seven European countries

      Research Specialization
      Instrumental ensembles and conducting

      Distinctions
      Member, Conductors Guild; member, Utah Arts Council

      Creative Work
      Conductor, Stradivari International Violin Competition, Salt Lake City, UT Conductor, Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, Salt Lake City, UT Conductor, Utah Symphony Conductor, Mormon Tabernacle Choir Violinist, Utah Symphony

  • Kelling, Hans-Wilhelm
    • Professor of German studies and Slavic languages

      3107 JFSB
      (801) 422-6225
      hans-wilhelm_kelling@byu.edu
      http://germslav.byu.edu/directory/hk/

      Education
      PhD, Stanford University, 1967

      Overseas Experience
      Born and raised in Germany; conducted research at the University of Göttingen; director, European Internships (Austria, Belgium , Finland, Germany, Ukraine, Switzerland); director of seven study abroad programs in Austria and Germany

      Research Specialization
      German culture and literature, specifically classical German literature

      European Linkages
      European Internship coordinator

      Distinctions
      Fulbright Fellow, Alcuin Fellow, Karl G. Maeser Award, Woodrow Wilson Fellow

      Recent Publications
      Translation of Africa: What it Gave Me, What it Took from Me, Margarethe von Eckenbrecher, forthcoming.

      Deutsche Kulturgeschichte, 6th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2008.

      "A Chronology of Mozart's Time." BYU Studies (2004)

  • Kerry, Paul E.
    • Associate professor of history

      2149 JFSB
      (801) 422-2983
      paul_kerry@byu.edu
      https://history.byu.edu/Pages/Faculty/Kerry.aspx

      Education
      PhD, University of Oxford, 1998

      Overseas Experience
      Visiting professor/scholar/fellow/faculty: University of Edinburgh, Trinity; University of Oxford; University of Cambridge; Pembroke College; Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations; Corpus Christi College; Modern European History Research Centre; University of Reading; Bradley University Berlin Seminar; organized conferences at the University of Cambridge and the University of Edinburgh

      Research Specialization
      Enlightenment, Romanticism, Victorian Britain, history of Germany, Holocaust

      European Linkages
      Universities of Edinburgh, Oxford, Cambridge, and Reading; established linkage between BYU and Pembroke-King's Summer Programme

      Distinctions
      Royal Historical Society Fellow

      Recent Publications
      "From Weimar with Love: Franklin's Influence on Goethe's Self-Fashioning." Benjamin Franklin's Intellectual World. Madison, New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, forthcoming.

      "Reconciling the Historian's Craft and Religious Commitment." Fides et Historia43.2 (2011): 41–52.

      The Ring and the Cross: Christianity and the Writings of J.R.R. Tolkien, editor and author. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2011.

      "Temporality and Spatial Relations in Past and Present: New Insights into Carlyle's Philosophy of History." Thomas Carlyle Resartus: Reappraising Carlyle's Contribution to the Philosophy of History, Political Theory, and Cultural Criticism(2010): 21.

      Enlightenment Thought in the Writings of Goethe. Rochester: Camden House / Boydell and Brewer, 2009.

      "Heinrich von Kleist and the Transformation of Conversation in Germany." In The Concept and Practice of Conversation in the Long Eighteenth Century, edited by Katie Halsie et al. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2008.

  • Kirkham, David M.
    • Associate professor, Department of Political Science, and Senior Fellow for Comparative Law and International Policy, International Center for Law and Religion Studies (ICLRS), BYU Law School

      784 SWKT and 452 JRCB
      (801) 422-2337 or 9236
      kirkhamd@law.byu.edu
      http://www.iclrs.org/index.php?pageId=6&linkId=143&contentId=397&blurbId=11

      Education
      PhD, George Washington University, 1989
      JD, J. Reuben Clark Law School, 1982

      Overseas Experience
      Director, BYU London Study Abroad, upcoming Jun–Dec 2015

      Associate Dean and Professor of International Politics and Democratic Studies, George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, 2003–2007

      Senior Humanitarian Affairs Officer, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Geneva, Switzerland, 1997–99

      NATO Exchange Officer, German Armed Forces Command and General Staff College, Hamburg, Germany, 1995–97

      International Political-Military Affairs and Negotiations Officer, Ramstein, Germany, 1992–94

      Deputy Staff Judge Advocate (lawyer), US Air Force, RAF Chicksands, England, 1984–87

      LDS Mission to France and Belgium, 1973–1975

      I continue to conduct research, organize conferences, and give academic presentations throughout Europe

      Research Specialization
      International human rights and constitutionalism with focus on freedom of conscience and religion; European origins of American constitutional thought

      European Linkages
      George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies (Germany)

      Area Legal Office, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Frankfurt, Germany)

      EU Government Relations Office, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Brussels)

      German Armed Forces Command and General Staff College (Hamburg)

      UN OCHA (Geneva)

      Distinctions
      Member, Faculty Steering Committee, BYU Center for the Study of Europe; member, Faculty Executive Committee, BYU European studies major; advisor, EU and Council of Europe, ICLRS; Advisory Board member, BYU Kennedy Center; Advisory Board member, Eagle-Condor Humanitarian

      Recent Publications
      Editor, State Responses to Minority Religions, Ashgate Publishers, 2013.


      Lead editor (with Cole Durham and Tore Lindholm), Islam and Political-Cultural Europe, Ashgate Publishers, United Kingdom, 2012.


      Lead editor (with Cole Durham, Rik Torfs, and Christine Scott), Islam in Europe: Emerging Legal Issues, Ashgate Publishers, United Kingdom, 2012.


      “Political Culture and Freedom of Conscience: A Case Study of Austria,” chapter in book Freedom of Religion under Bills of Rights, Paul Babie and Neville Rochow, eds., University of Adelaide Press, 2011.


      “Religious Intolerance and Discrimination: Reflections on Causes and Countermeasures,” Staat–Gesellschaft: Zeitschrift für Glaubensformen and Weltanschauungen, 11:2 (2010),163–180.


      “Etats-unies," [United States’ religious freedom] (with Cole Durham), Dictionnaire du droit des religions, Francis Messner, ed., Editions du CNRS, Paris, France, 2011.

  • Klein, Ilona
    • Associate professor of French and Italian

      3141 JFSB
      (801) 422-2016
      ilona_klein@byu.edu
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/ik/

      Education
      Italian doctorate, summa cum laude, Università degli Studi di Roma, Italy, 1981
      PhD, University of Wisconsin—Madison, 1986

      Overseas Experience
      Conducted archival research in Germany and Italy.

      Research Specialization
      Italian Shoah literature, Italian Romanticism

      European Linkages
      Goethe Institut; Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany; Università degli Studi di Roma, Italy

      Distinctions
      Alcuin Fellowship (2002–2005), Karl G. Maeser General Education Professorship (2006–2009)

      Recent Publications
      "The Partisan and His Doppelgänger: The Case of Primo Levi." Stanislao Pugliese, ed. Answering Auschwitz: Primo Levi's Science and Humanism after the Fall. New York: Fordham University Press, 2011 (114–126)

      "Review." Annali d'Italianistica 27 (2009)

      "'Life Is Beautiful, or Is It?,' Asked Jacob the Liar." Rocky Mountain Review 64.1 (2010): 17–31.

      "The Legacy of the Shoah (Holocaust): Ilona Klein, Witness." Insight 3 (2008): 10–13.

      "Anger, Revolution, and Romanticism," with Andrew M. Stauffer. The Sixteenth Century Journal 39, no. 1 (2008): 189–190.

  • Knapp, Nieves
    • Assistant professor of Spanish and Portuguese

      3171 JFSB
      (801) 422-3196
      nieves_knapp@byu.edu
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/npk/

      Education
      PhD, University of Oviedo, 2003

      Overseas Experience
      Doctoral work at the University of Oviedo, Spain; Licenciatura of Spanish Philology at the University of Oviedo, Spain; Diplomatura in Elementary Education: Spanish and Modern Languages at the University of Oviedo, Spain

      Research Specialization
      Culture of Spain; culture and folklore of Asturias

      European Linkages
      Universidad de Oviedo

      Distinctions
      Received "sobresaliente cum laude por unanimidad" in dissertation

      Creative Work
      Participated in the development of La dama del alba Webpage, centered on exposing students to the background of that Spanish play depicting the Asturias culture

      Recent Publications
      "El tango, la Historia, la tomatina & ¿Que tiene que ver la cultura con el aprendizaje de espanol?" with Blair E. Bateman. In El Espanol a la luz de la linguistica: Preguntas y respuestas. 1st ed., edited by Jennifer Ewald and Anne Adstrom. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press, 2008.

      "Espanolandia: A Statewide Language and Culture Simulation for Spanish Students." NECTFL Review 57 (2005)

  • Knapp, Stan
    • Associate professor of sociology

      2041 JFSB
      (801) 422-3590
      stan_knapp@byu.edu
      http://fhssfaculty.byu.edu/FacultyPage.aspx?id=sjk

      Education
      PhD, Florida State University, 1996

      Overseas Experience
      Director, Madrid Study Abroad; presented at conferences in Scotland

      Research Specialization
      Social theory, family theory, philosophy of social science, sociology of emotions, social organization of claims of knowledge/expertise, family and social change

      Recent Publications
      "Critical Theory and Family Health." Encyclopedia of Family Health (2011): 255–259.

      "Forming the Central Framework for a Science of Marital Quality: An Interpretive Alternative to Marital Satisfaction as a Proxy for Marital Quality." Journal of Family Theory and Review 2 (2010): 316–333.

      "Critical Theorizing: Enhancing Theoretical Rigor in Family Research." Journal of Family Theory and Review 1, no. 3 (2009)

  • Kramer, Nathaniel
    • Assistant professor of humanities, classics, and comparative literature

      3031 JFSB
      (801) 422-1932
      ntk@nm.byu.edu
      http://hccl.byu.edu/directory/ntk/

      Education
      PhD, University of California—Los Angeles, 2005

      Overseas Experience
      Academic year in Denmark; annual participation at conferences in Sweden, Finland or Denmark

      Research Specialization
      European modernism, Danish Golden Age, Danish modernism, Scandinavian studies with focus on Søren Kierkegaard and Hans Christian Andersen

      European Linkages
      Nordic Literary History Project and the Index to Scandinavian Studies

      Distinctions
      American-Scandinavian Foundation Fellowship, Lois Roth Foundation Fellowship, Center for the Study of Europe Research Grant

      Recent Publications
      "Jacques: Maritain: Kierkegaard as 'Champion of the Singular.'" Kierkegaard's Influence on Existentialism. Ashgate, forthcoming.

      "August Bournonville: Kierkegaard's Leap of Faith and the "Noble Art of Terpsichore." In Kierkegaard and His Danish Contemporaries. Tome III: Literature, Drama and Aesthetics, edited by Jon Stewart. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2009.

      "Heiberg, the Golden Age, and the Danish Afterlives of Pedro Calderon de la Barca," with Matt Ancell. In Johan Ludvig Heiberg: Philosopher, Litterateur, Dramaturge, and Political Thinker, edited by Jon Stewart. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2008.

      "Heiberg's Introductory Lecture to the Logic and Other Texts." Scandinavian Studies 80, no. 2 (2008)

      "Falling Out of Time, Falling Out of Memory: Villy Sorensen, Trauma, and the Fall." Scandinavian Studies 79, no. 4 (2007)

  • Laraway, David
    • Associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese

      3190B JFSB
      (801) 422-3807
      david_laraway@byu.edu
      http://spanport.byu.edu/faculty/facultyinfo/Full-time/laraway,david.html

      Education
      PhD, Cornell University, 1998
      PhD, European Graduate School, 2014 (expected)

      Overseas Experience
      Director, Spain Study Abroad; conducted research in Basque Country in Spain and France, Switzerland

      Research Specialization
      Spanish American poetry; Borges; Philosophy; Media Studies; Basque Studies

      European Linkages
      European Graduate School, Saas-Fee, Switzerland

      Distinctions
      Editorial board member, El Cid and BYU Studies; board member, Instituto de Estudios Vallejianos

      Recent Publications
      "Apuntes hacia una hermenéutica zombie de la cultura popular." Where Is My Mind? Cognición, Literatura y Cine. Santiago, Chile: Cuarto Proprio, 2011.

      Review of Juan Pablo Dabove, ed. Jorge Luis Borges: Políticas de la literatura. Chasqui 39.2 (2010): 211–12.

      The Red Notebook by Arantxa Urretabizkaia [Review]. World Literature Today 83, no. 5 (2009)

      "Alejandro Amenábar and the Embodiment of Skepticism in Abre los ojos." Hispanófila 153, no. 3 (2008)

  • Larsen, Darl
    • Associate professor of theatre and media arts

      F-351 HFAC
      (801) 422-9184
      darl_larsen@byu.edu
      http://cfacbeta.byu.edu/directory/larsen

      Education
      PhD, Northern Illinois University, 2000

      Overseas Experience
      Conducted research in the UK

      Research Specialization
      World film history, British theatre history and theory, Monty Python, world animation, media arts

      European Linkages
      BBC Written Archives Collection

      Distinctions
      Alcuin Fellow

      Recent Publications
      Monty Python's Flying Circus: An Utterly Complete, Thoroughly Unillustrated, Absolutely Unauthorized Guide to Possibly All the References from Arthur. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2008.

      Monty Python, Shakespeare and English Renaissance Drama. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2003.

  • Larson, Jerry W.
    • Professor of Spanish and Portuguese

      1136-E JFSB
      (801) 422-6529
      jerry_larson@byu.edu
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/jwl2/

      Education
      PhD, University of Minnesota, 1977

      Overseas Experience
      Director, Spain Study Abroad

      Research Specialization
      Research and development of technology applications for language teaching and testing

      European Linkages
      Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, Spain; Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia

      Distinctions
      Karl G. Maeser Excellence in Teaching Award, Barker Lecturer, Technology Transfer Award, Douglas R. Stewart Teaching and Learning Fellowship

      Creative Work
      Participated in the development of Computer Adaptive Placement Tests (CAPE) in ESL, French, German, Russian, and Spanish as well as in the development Oral Testing Software

      Recent Publications
      "A Context-Based Online Diagnostic Test of Spanish," with Harold H. Hendricks. CALICO Journal 26, no. 2 (2009)

      Computerized Medical Interpreters Test (CMIT), developed with R. Alan Meredith and Kim L. Smith, 2004.

      "Testing Oral Language Skills via the Computer." CALICO Journal 18, no. 1 (2000)

      Espanol a lo vivo. 7th ed., with Ernest K. Wilkins. New York: John Wiley and Sons Publishers, 1990.

  • Lee, Daryl P.
    • Associate professor of French and Italian

      3133 JFSB
      (801) 422-9055
      dlee@byu.edu
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/dpl/

      Education
      PhD, Yale University, 1999

      Overseas Experience
      Director, Paris Study Abroad; exchange student at the école Normale Supérieure; conducts annual research trips to Europe, mostly to France

      Research Specialization
      19th-century French literature, culture, poetry, and novels; relation of architecture and urbanism to art and literature; French and Italian cinema

      European Linkages
      University of Paris I; Panthéon–Sorbonne, France

      Distinctions
      French Government Chateaubriand Fellow, Alcuin Fellow

      Recent Publications
      "Paris à l'image de Pompéi." Imaginaires urbains du Paris romantique à nos jours (2011): 35–64.

      "L'esthétique de l'insu, ou la politique de l'écriture académique dans 'Fiorile.'" Société et Représentation 26 (2008)

      "Baudelaire's 'Paysage' and the Commune Ruins Picturesque." Romance Notes 45, no. 1 (2006)

      "The Catastrophic Imaginary of the Paris Commune in Jules Verne's Les 500 Million de la Begum." Neophilologus 90, no. 4 (2006)

  • Leman, Peter
    • Assistant professor of English

      4117 JFSB
      (801) 422-3383
      peter_leman@byu.edu
      http://english.byu.edu/directory/pleman/

      Education
      PhD, University of California—Irvine

      Overseas Experience
      Served LDS mission in East Africa (Uganda and Ethiopia); presented papers and conducted research in Wales and London; attended Irish Seminar at the Keough-Naughton Notre Dame Centre in Dublin, Ireland

      Research Specialization
      Twentieth and twenty-first century British and postcolonial literatures, African literature and oral culture, Irish literature, postcolonial theory, law and literature, and colonial and postcolonial legal history.

      Distinctions
      At UC Irvine, Jacob K. Javits Fellow; Humanities Network Fellow with the UC Society of Fellows in the Humanities; Graduate Fellow with Center in Law, Society, and Culture

  • Lonsdale, Deryle
    • Associate professor of linguistics and English language

      dwl8@byu.edu
      (801) 422-4067
      dwl8@byu.edu
      http://linguistics.byu.edu/directory/dwl8/

      Education
      PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, 1997

      Overseas Experience
      Lecturer, European Summer School for Logic, Language, and Information; presented at conferences in Austria, Belgium, France, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Norway, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, and the UK; co-directed the BYU study abroad in Great Britain

      Research Specialization
      Morphology, formal syntax and semantics, computational linguistics, Teaching/Research Time Devoted to European Studies: 33%

      European Linkages
      Reviewer, European Summer School on Logic, Language, and Information

      Distinctions
      European Union Grant under IST/HLT 3.4.1

      Creative Work
      Invented the Integrated Authoring and Translation System

      Recent Publications
      "Conceptual Modeling Foundations for a Web of Knowledge." Handbook of Conceptual Modeling: Theory, Practice, and Research Challenges. Springer Verlag, 2011. 477–516.

      "Reusing Ontologies and Language Components for Ontology Generation." Data & Knowledge Engineering 69.1 (2010): 318–330.

      A Frequency Dictionary of French: Core Vocabulary for Learners, with Yvon Le Bras. London: Routledge Dictionary Series, 2009.

      "A Rationale for Exploring Vocal Pleasantness," with Matthew P. Spackman, and Bruce L. Brown. In Emotions in the Human Voice: Volume I Foundations, edited by Krzysztof Izdebski. San Diego: Plural Publishing, 2008.

  • Lund, Christopher C.
    • Professor of Spanish and Portuguese

      3161 JFSB
      (801) 422-1759
      christopher_lund@byu.edu
      http://spanport.byu.edu/faculty/facultyinfo/Full-time/lund,christopher.html

      Education
      PhD, University of Texas—Austin, 1974

      Overseas Experience
      Conducted extensive archival research in Italy, Portugal, and Spain; presented at conferences in Portugal and the UK; invited lecturer, University of Evora, Portugal and Junta de Cultura, Vila Viçosa, Portugal

      Research Specialization
      Portuguese Baroque literature, Portuguese Enlightenment, history of Portuguese language, Camoes, Baroque, archives

      European Linkages
      Torre do Tombo/Bibliotheca da Ajuda, Lisbon

      Creative Work
      "Tunica Doloris," prize-winning sonnet. BYU Studies 47, no. 2 (2008)

      Recent Publications
      "Momentos heureca camonianos arquivísticos: Camões de repente; de repente, Camões," Proceedings, CIEC Conference: Camões e seus contemporâneos, forthcoming in 2013.

      "Padres Vieira e Gusmao e a arte da retorica: simplicidade rebuscada." 2011.

      Two Short Stories and a Novela by Manuel Teixeira Gomes, translated by Christopher C. Lund, Coimbra: Center for Portuguese Studies, UCSB, 2009.

      Initiation into Portuguese Literature by Antonio Jose Saraiava. Translated by Christopher C. Lund. Coimbra: Center for Portuguese Studies, UCSB, 2008.

      Three Short Stories: A Lyric Poet, Perfection, Jose Matias by Eça de Queiros. Translated by Christopher C. Lund. Santa Barbara: Center for Portuguese Studies, 2007.

  • Lundberg, Grant
    • Associate professor of German studies and Slavic languages

      3092 JFSB
      (801) 422-2615
      grant_lundberg@byu.edu
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/ghl2/

      Education
      PhD, University of Kansas, 1999

      Overseas Experience
      Yearly dialectological research in Slovenia and Croatia

      Research Specialization
      Slovene dialects, political borders, language in Central Europe

      European Linkages
      University of Maribor and Slovene Academy of Sciences in Slovenia

      Distinctions
      Fulbright Scholar

      Recent Publications
      "Dialect Usage in Slovenia." Slovene Studies 32 (2011):43–66.

      "Pitch Opposition in Sele: Slovene Tone Loss in Austrian Carinthia." Slovenski jezik 7 (2009)

      "Perceptual Dialectology and the Future of Slovene Dialects." Slovenski jezik 6 (2007)

  • Macfarlane, Roger T.
    • Associate professor of humanities, classics, and comparative literature

      3027 JFSB
      (801) 422-2864
      roger_macfarlane@byu.edu
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/rm9/

      Education
      PhD, University of Michigan, 1991

      Overseas Experience
      Director, BYU Herculaneum Papyrus Project; director of research, BYU Pollena Trocchia Archaeology Project; trustee, The Herculaneum Society, Oxford; research and digital imaging at archeological sites near Naples, Italy

      Research Specialization
      Greek and Latin Literature; Herculaneum Papyrus and Pollena Trocchia Projects

      European Linkages
      Antonio De Simone, Università degli Studi "Suor Orsola Benincas" di Napoli; Francesca Longo Auricchio, Università degli Studi "Federico II" di Napoli; Dirk Obbink, Christ Church College, Oxford; Robert Fowler, University of Bristol

      Distinctions
      Alcuin Fellow; Philological Association Outreach Award; co-director, Apolline Project

      Creative Work
      Helped development of Herculaneum: Ancient Textual Imagine Group through the Apolline Project

      Recent Publications
      "Multi-Spectral Imaging vs. Monospectral Infrared Imaging." Zeitschrift fur Papyrologie und Epigraphik 173 (2010): 211–217.

      Apolline Project Vol.1: Studies on Vesuvius’ North Slope and the Bay of Naples, Provo-Napoli 2008, with Girolamo F. De Simone. Naples; Suor Orsola Benincasa University Press, 2009.

      "Update Report on the Use of Multi-spectral Images of the Herculaneum Papyri," with Gianluca Del Mastro, Agathe Antoni, and Steve Booras. Commentationes Humanarum Litterarum 122, no. 1 (2007)

  • Mack, Todd K.
    • Visiting assistant professor of Spanish and Portuguese and interdisciplinary humanities

      3045 JFSB
      (801) 422-1988
      toddkmack@byu.edu
      http://toddkmack.com

      Education
      PhD, Stanford University, 2012

      Research Specialization
      Modern Iberian literature and culture, anthropology and the humanities

      Recent Publications
      "Leaving the Ivory Tower: How Engaging People Outside the Academy Could Help Save the Humanities." SquareTwo, Vol. 4 No. 2 (Summer). Web. 1 Sep 2011. (http://squaretwo.org/Sq2ArticleMackHumanities.html)

      "To What Can We Attribute the Extraordinary Success of Les veus del Pamano?" Visat: La revista digital de literatura i traduccio del PEN catala. Sep 2010. Web. 8 Feb 2009. (http://www.visat.cat/traduccions-literatura-catalana/eng/ressenyes/95/12/0/2/prosa/jaume-cabre.html)

  • Magleby, Mark
    • Assistant professor of visual arts

      492 MOA
      (801) 422-8282
      mark_magleby@byu.edu
      http://cfacbeta.byu.edu/directory/magleby

      Education
      PhD, Ohio State University, 2009

      Overseas Experience
      Conducted research in Denmark, England, France, Germany, and Sweden; presented at the World Congress of Families II, Geneva, Switzerland

      Research Specialization
      18th-century art and architecture and garden history, 20th-century European art, contemporary theory and criticism; exoctisim in Georgian Britian (Chinoiserie and Turqurie styles)

      Creative Work
      Participates in the development of the Henry Hoare Database project

      Recent Publications
      "History Painting in Henry Hoare’s Grand Saloon: A Potent Commission." Presented at the National Conference of the American Society of Eighteenth Century Studies, March 21, 2006. Montreal, Canada.

      "The Ritual of Cold Bathing in the Grotto at Stourhead." Presented at the Dumbarton Oaks, Harvard University, Annual Colloquium on the History of Landscape Architecture, May 2, 2003. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

      "Willing Suspension: The Bliss and Perils of Being Brian Kershisnik." In Kershisnik: Painting from Life. Guild Publishing, 2002.

  • Martinsen, Rob Alan
    • Assistant professor of Spanish and Portuguese

      3143 JFSB
      (801) 422-8466
      martinsenris@hotmail.com
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/ram77/

      Education
      PhD, University of Texas at Austin, 2007

      Overseas Experience
      Director of study abroad in Barcelona, continued contact with Spain

      Research Specialization
      Language and culture learning in study abroad and other immersion environments, use of technology in language learning and teaching

      Recent Publications
      "Cultural Sensitivity and the Acquisition of Spanish Phonology." Spanish in Context 9.3 (2012).

      "Foreign Language Houses: Identities in Transition." Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 8.3 (2011): 203–235.

      "Exploring Diverse Settings for Language Acquisition and Use: Comparing Study Abroad, Service Learning Abroad, and Foreign Language Housing." Applied Language Learning 20 (2010): 45–66.

      "Teacher Research and Student Needs: A Recipe for Invention." In Research as a Tool for Empowerment: Theory Informing Practice. 1st. ed., edited by David Schwarzer, Melanie Bloom, and Sarah Shono. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, 2006.

      "Comparing Academic and Instrumental Purposes in Undergraduate Foreign Language Instruction." Texas Papers in Foreign Language Education 9, no. 1 (2005)

  • Mason, Nicholas
    • Associate professor of English; CSE Faculty Steering Committee

      4107 JFSB
      (801) 422-4617
      Nicholas_Mason@byu.edu
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/nam27/

      Education
      PhD, State University of New York—Stony Brook, 1999

      Overseas Experience
      Associate director, London Study Abroad; regular research trips to England and Scotland

      Research Specialization
      18th- and 19th-century British literature, British Romanticism, British book trade, British literary periodicals, Scottish literature, transatlanticism

      European Linkages
      University of Sunderland and University of Bristol

      Distinctions
      College of Humanities Endowed Professorship; Carl H. Pforzheimer Award, Keats-Shelley Association of America; Fletcher Jones Foundation Fellow, Huntington Library; Bibliographical Society of America Research Fellow

      Recent Publications
      "Blackwood's Magazine, Anti-Americanism and the Beginnings of Transatlantic Literary Studies." Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations 14 (2010): 141–157.

      "Consumer Culture: Getting and Spending in Romantic Britain." In A Concise Companion to Romanticism, edited by Jon Klancher. Oxford: Blackwell, 2009.

      The History of the Life and Adventures of Mr. Anderson, by Edward Kimber, co-editor. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 2009.

      Blackwood's Magazine, 1817–25: Selections from 'Maga's' Infancy. Vol. 6, general editor and volume editor. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2006.

  • McFarland, Robert B.
    • Associate professor of German studies and Slavic languages

      3104 JFSB
      (801) 422-8331
      robert_mcfarland@byu.edu
      http://germslav.byu.edu/directory/rbm44/

      Education
      PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2000

      Overseas Experience
      Conducts regular archival research in Austria and Germany; director, numerous study-abroad sessions in Berlin and Vienna; presented at conferences and working groups in Austria and Germany

      Research Specialization
      Architectural history, film, literature, cultural history, European reception of America

      European Linkages
      International Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaften, Vienna; Austro-American Institute, Vienna; University of Vienna; Goethe Institute, Berlin; Berkeley/Tübingen/Vienna/Harvard International Working Group on Cultural Poetics; Faculty Volunteer: Kinder Uni Wien

      Distinctions
      U.S. Army FORCECOM Distinguished Language Teacher Award

      Recent Publications
      "Reading Das öde Haus: E.T.A. Hoffmann's Urban Hermeneutics." Monatshefte 100, no. 4 (2008)

      "Von den Mohikanern von Paris zu den Ashantee vom Prater: Peter Altenberg und die kleine Form." In Peter Altenberg. Ashantee. Wien und Afrika um die Jahrhundertwende, edited by Kristin Kopp and Werner Michael Schwarz. Vienna: Löcker, 2008.

      "Elective Divinities: Exile and Religious Conversion in Alfred Döblin's Schicksalsreise, Karl Jakob Hirsch's Heimkehr zu Gott and Karl Stern's The Pillar of Fire." Christianity and Literature 57, no. 1 (2007)

  • McInelly, Brett C.
    • Associate professor of English

      4110C JFSB
      (801) 422-1716
      brett_mcinelly@byu.edu
      http://english.byu.edu/directory/bcm27/

      Education
      PhD, University of Cincinnati, 2000

      Overseas Experience
      Director, London Study Abroad; presented at conferences in the UK

      Research Specialization
      British literature and culture, specifically British imperialism and the Methodist Revival

      Distinctions
      Alcuin Fellow; editor, Religion in the Age of Enlightenment (annual journal published by AMS Press)

      Recent Publications
      "Mothers in Christ: Mary Fletcher and the Women of Early Methodism." Religion, Gender, and Industry: Exploring Church and Methodism in a Local Setting. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2011. 123–36.

      "Method or Madness: Methodist Devotion and the Anti-Methodist Response." In Religion in the Age of Reason: A Transatlantic Study of the Long Eighteenth Century, edited by Kathryn Duncan. New York: AMS Press, 2009.

      "'I had rather be obscure. But I dare not:' Women and Methodism in the Eighteenth Century." In Everyday Revolutions: Eighteenth-Century Women Transforming Public and Private, edited by Diane E. Boyd and Marta Kvande. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2008.

      Writing and Rhetoric. 2nd ed., with Dennis R. Perry. Detroit: Hayden-McNeil, 2007.

  • Meredith, R. Alan
    • Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese

      3173 JFSB
      (801) 422-2282
      alan_meredith@byu.edu
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/ram8/

      Education
      PhD, Ohio State University, 1976

      Overseas Experience
      Member of organizing committee for the I Congreso Internacional de Estilos de Aprendizaje, Madrid

      Research Specialization
      Spanish language and culture acquisition, teaching, and learning; computer assisted language learning; language teacher education; learning styles and strategies

      European Linkages
      University of Madrid; Université Alcalá de Henares, Spain; maintains website (study abroad for Spanish teachers) http://byuspanteach.blogspot.com

      Recent Publications
      "Acquiring Cultural Perceptions during Study Abroad: The Influence of Youthful Associates." Hispania, (2010).

      "El tempo conceptual: controlando la impulsividad durante exámenes de competencia oral en el español como segunda lengua." I Congreso Internacional de Estilos de Aprendizaje. Madrid, 2004.

      ¡Hablame! Revised Edition, with C. Dixon Anderson. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2003.

  • Minert, Roger
    • Associate professor of religious education

      210L JSB
      (801) 422-2370
      rm222@E-mail.byu.edu
      http://religion.byu.edu/roger_minert

      Education
      PhD, Ohio State University, 1991

      Overseas Experience
      Conducted research in Germany; studied in Austria; worked as a tour guides and teacher in the former German Democratic Republic

      Research Specialization
      German language history, Germanic family history research

      Recent Publications
      In Harm's Way: East German Latter-day Saints in World War II. Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, 2009.

      German Immigrants in American Church Records. Vol.8, Vol.9: Nebraska Protestant. Rockland, ME: Picton Press, 2009.

      German Immigrants in American Church Records. Vol.6: Nebraska Protestant. Rockland, ME: Picton Press, 2008.

      German Immigrants Church in American Records. Vol.5, Vol.4, Vol.3, Vol.2, Vol.1: Nebraska Protestant. Rockland, ME: Picton Press, 2007.

      "The Evolution of Content in German Church Records: A Case Study," with Erin Clark-Collins. The Palatine Immigrant 33, no. 1 (2007)

  • Money, R. Bruce
    • Professor of business management; Business Management Department chair

      660A TNRB
      (801) 422-4535
      moneyb@byu.edu
      http://marriottschool.byu.edu/employee/employee.cfm?emp=rbm57

      Education
      PhD, University of California—Irvine, 1995

      Overseas Experience
      Visiting professor seventeen times at Athens' Laboratory of Business Administration, Athens, Greece; taught executive education programs for clients such as Eurobank, BBA Fiberweb, and Norsk Hydro; faculty member at the Vienna Business and Economics University in conjunction with the University of South Carolina; led business study abroad programs for BYU in nine European countries

      Research Specialization
      National cultural influence on international business marketing, business-to-business marketing, multilateral negotiation

      Distinctions
      Donald Staheli Fellowship; Outstanding Faculty Award for Teaching, Marriott Business School; Best Paper, Global and Cross-Cultural Marketing Track, Summer Educators' Conference, American Marketing Association

      Recent Publications
      Allred, Chad R. and R. Bruce Money (2010), "The Service Hand-off: Effects of Multivendor Service Performance on Customer Satisfaction-an Experimental Study," Journal of Services Marketing, 24 (3), 184–195.

      Money, R. Bruce, and Chad R. Allred (2009), "An Exploratory Test of a Model of Social Networks, National Culture, and International Multilateral Negotiations," Negotiation Journal 22 (July), 337–356

      "Performance Implications of Distributor Effectiveness, Trust, and Culture in Import Channels of Distribution." Industrial Marketing Management 37, no. 1 (2008)

      "Ethical Values and Long-Term Orientation." Journal of Business Ethics 71, no. 3 (2007)

      "An Exploratory Test of a Model of Social Networks, National Culture, and International Multilateral Negotiations." Proceedings of the Academy of International Business, 2006 June 23-26, Beijing, China, edited by Mary Ann Von Glinow and Tunga Kiyak. East Lansing, MI: Academy of International Business, 2006.

  • Montgomery, Cherice
    • Assistant professor Spanish and Portuguese

      3177 JFSB
      (801) 422-3465
      cherice_montgomery@byu.edu
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/chericem/

      Education
      PhD, Michigan State University, 2009

      Overseas Experience
      Led high school study abroad experiences in Spain; taught in Michigan State University's Master's Program in Education Technology at Rouen Business School in Rouen, France (2010); co-designed and facilitated a Total English Immersion program for Chinese Teachers in Beijing, China (2011); traveled to Spain in 2011 with BYU's study abroad program

      Research Specialization
      Transliteracy, creativity and design-based pedagogies, arts-informed education and inquiry, and curriculum development, teaching methodology, technology, and professional development in world language education

      Distinctions
      Kansas Foreign Language Teacher of the Year, Kansas Foreign Language Association

      Creative Work
      Assisted in the creation of a series of web based teaching resources such as Establishing a Context for Learning: Culturally Authentic Standards-based, Content-based Thematic Units, Language Links 2006, and Twenty-first Century Technologies: Tools for Transforming Teaching & Learning; the following web sites:

      http://cultureconnection.wikispaces.com
      http://thinkthematic21c.wikispaces.com
      http://cmwikipaper.wikispaces.com

      Recent Publications
      "Critical reactions to "Storied inquiries in international landscapes: An anthology of educational research." Storied Inquiries in International Landscapes: An Anthology of Educational Research 3. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, 2010.

      "Professional Development that Works," with Cindy Kendall and Marcia Rosenbusch. Learning Languages 14, no. 1 (2008)

      "Musings from a Creative Mind: An interview with Elliot Eisner." Journal of Critical Inquiry into Curriculum and Instruction 5, no. 3 (2004)

  • Moore, David H.
    • Professor of law

      524 JRCB
      (801) 422-8549
      moored@law.byu.edu
      http://www.law.byu.edu/Law_School/Faculty_Profile?254

      Education
      JD, Brigham Young University, 1996

      Research Specialization
      International human rights, international law, US foreign relations law

      Recent Publications
      "The President's Unconstitutional Treatymaking," 59 UCLA Law Review 599 (2012)

      "Do U.S. Courts Discriminate Against Treaties?: Equivalence, Duality, and Non-Self- Execution," 110 Columbia Law Review 2228 (2010)

      "Medellín, the Alien Tort Statute, and the Domestic Status of International Law," 50 Virginia Journal of International Law 485 (2010)

      "Law (Makers) of the Land: The Doctrine of Treaty Non-Self-Execution," 122 Harvard Law Review Forum 32 (2009)

      "Sosa, Customary International Law, and the Continuing Relevance of Erie," 120 Harvard Law Review 869 (2007) (with Curtis A. Bradley and Jack L. Goldsmith)

  • Muhlestein, Daniel K.
    • Assistant professor of English

      4141 JFSB
      (801) 422-8103
      daniel_muhlestein@byu.edu
      http://humanities.byu.edu/directory/dkm/

      Education
      PhD, Rice University, 1992

      Research Specialization
      Contemporary literary theory, literature and culture of the English Romantic period

      Distinctions
      English Department Teaching Award, BYU English Department

      Recent Publications
      "Immanent Images in Backyard Alchemy." Literature and Belief 31.2 (2011): 67–96.

      "Transformation and Aporia: From Housekeeping to Gilead to Home." Literature and Belief 28, no. 2 (2009)

      "Catch-22," "Heller, Joseph," "Henderson the Rain King," "Herzog," and "Seize the Day." In Encyclopedia of Jewish-American Literature. New York: Facts on File, 2009.

      "Rereading 'Christabel'" Literature and Belief 27 no. 2 (2008)

  • Nelson, David A.
    • Associate professor of family life

      2120C JFSB
      (801) 422-3016
      david_nelson@byu.edu
      http://fhssfaculty.byu.edu/FacultyPage.aspx?id=dan29

      Education
      PhD, University of Minnesota, 1999

      Overseas Experience
      Greek (3), Russian (3); annual site visits to Romania as a member of the Romanian Internship Program's Steering Committee

      Research Specialization
      Childhood aggression and victimization; parenting; cross-cultural similarities and differences in family environment and children's social development

      European Linkages
      Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium; Ghent University, Belgium; Voronezh State University, Russia, Moscow State University, Russia; Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; Taras Shevchenko National University, Ukraine; Kyiv International University, Ukraine

      Distinctions
      Child Psychology Training Grant Fellow, NIMH; Fulton Young Scholar Award, BYU

      Creative Work
      Created the Couple's Relational Aggression and Victimization Scale with Jason S. Carroll

      Recent Publications
      Nelson, D. A., Yang, C., Coyne, S. M., Olsen, J. A., & Hart, C. H. (in press). Parental psychological control dimensions: Connections with Russian preschoolers' physical and relational aggression. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. doi: 10.1016/j.appdev.2012.07.003

      Coyne, S. M., Stockdale, L., & Nelson, D. A. (in press). Two sides to the same coin: Relational and physical aggression in the media. Journal of Aggression, Conflict, and Peace Research.

      Coyne, S. M., Callister, M., Stockdale, L., Nelson, D. A., & Wells, B. M. (2012). "A Helluva Read": Profanity in Adolescent Literature. Mass Communication and Society, 15, 360–383.

      Coyne, S. M., Linder, J. R., Nelson, D. A., & Gentile, D. A. (2012). "Frenemies, Fraitors, and Mean-em-aitors": Priming effects of viewing physical and relational aggression in the media on women. Aggressive Behavior, 38, 141–149.

      "Aggression in Childhood," with Sarah Coyne and Marion Underwood. In Blackwell Handbook of Childhood Social Development, edited by Peter K. Smith and Craig H. Hart. 2011

      "Peer Interactions Among Italian Preschoolers: Peer-status Linkages with Physical and Relational Aggression and Victimization," with Clyde Robinson, Craig Hart, Anthony Albano, and Shauna Marshall. Social Development, 2010

      "Russia," with Craig Hart, Emily Keister, and Karina Piassetskaia. In Handbook of Cultural Developmental Science, edited by Marc H. Bornstein. New York: Psychology Press/Taylor & Francis, 2009.

      "Intent Attributions and Aggression: A Study of Children and Their Parents," with Carianne Mitchell and Chongming Yang. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 36, no. 6 (2008)

  • Nelson, George D.
    • Associate professor of theatre and media arts

      F-331 HFAC
      (801) 422-4269
      george_nelson@byu.edu
      http://cfac.byu.edu/directory/nelson

      Education
      MFA, University of Washington, 1979

      Overseas Experience
      Adjunct faculty, Wyzsza Szkola Pedagogiki Resocjalizacyjnej, Warsaw, Poland; consultant, Mazovia Region Centre of Culture and Arts, Warsaw, Poland; presented at conferences in England, Germany, Ireland, Poland, Scotland and Switzerland

      Research Specialization
      Applied dramatics, specifically the use of dramatic principles to help criminal offenders and at-risk learners gain access to education by participating in highly interactive learning environments

      European Linkages
      Editorial board of National Drama, UK

      Distinctions
      Lin Wright Special Recognition Award, American Alliance for Theatre and Education

      Creative Work
      Ships, a screenplay, 2009. Dragon Hunter II, a screenplay, with Steven Schmick, 2009. Wanted, a screenplay, with Maclain Nelson, 2007. The Box Car Children, a play, with Elizabeth Moss, 2006.

      Recent Publications
      Breaking the Learning Barrier for Underachieving Students. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 2005.

      "I'm Proud to be Gerri-Rigged." Stage of the Art 17, no. 1 (2005)

      "Signs of Change." Stage of the Art 16, no. 3 (2005)

  • Nelson, Larry J.
    • Associate professor of family life

      2091 JFSB
      (801) 422-6711
      larry_nelson@byu.edu
      http://fhssfaculty.byu.edu/FacultyPage.aspx?id=ljn9

      Education
      PhD, University of Maryland, 2000

      Overseas Experience
      Presented at conferences in Belgium, Germany, and Switzerland; conducted research in Romania; annual site visits to Romania as a member of the Romanian Internship Program's Steering Committee

      Research Specialization
      Factors, including culture, relating to children’s social development; emerging adulthood

      European Linkages
      Orphanages in Romania

      Recent Publications
      "An Examination of the Behavioral Correlates of Subtypes of Nonsocial Play among Chinese Preschoolers." Merrill Palmer Quarterly 58 (2012): 77–108.

      "An Examination of Emerging Adulthood in College Students and Non-Students in India." Journal of Adolescent Research 26 (2011): 506–536.

      "Fear as a moderator between parenting and adolescents' behaviors." Journal of Moral Education 39 (2010): 491–509.

      "An Examination of Emerging Adulthood in Romanian College Students." International Journal of Behavioral Development 33, no. 5 (2009)

  • Nielson, Rex
    • Assistant professor of Spanish and Portuguese

      3149 JFSB
      (801) 422-2176
      rex_nielson@byu.edu
      http://spanport.byu.edu/directory/rpn2/

      Education
      PhD, Brown University

      Research Specialization
      Portuguese and Brazilian narrative; the construction of national identity and representations of the nation; comparative literature, in particular literature of the Americas; Portuguese and Luso-African literature; ecocriticism.

      Recent Publications
      "Amazonian El Dorados and the Nation: Euclides da Cunha's à Margem da História and José Eustasio Rivera's La Vorágine." Ometeca 16 (2011): 16–31.

  • Noble, Cinzia Donatelli
    • Professor of French and Italian

      3139 JFSB
      (801) 422-7213
      cinzia_noble@byu.edu
      http://frenital.byu.edu/directory/cdn2/

      Education
      Laurea, University of Bologna, Italy, 1979

      Overseas Experience
      Director, Italy Study Abroad; year round BYU Italian internships coordinator

      Research Specialization
      20th-century Italian literature, Italian phonetics

      European Linkages
      University of Turin, Italy; Società Dante Alighieri, Siena, Italy

      Distinctions
      Karl G. Maeser Award, Teacher of the Year in the French and Italian Department

      Recent Publications
      L'italiano per gli affari. Florence: Edizioni Polistampa, 2011.

      "Prefazione." L'Ammazzasette e il Drago con le pantofole di velluto rosso e altre Favole, 2010.

      Mantegazza, Raffaele. The Smell of Smoke. Translated by Cinzia Donatelli Noble. Milan: IPOC, 2008.

      "Incontri con la poesia italiana del Novecento," with Luciano De Angelis. Pescara: Tracce, 2008.