Curriculum Vitae

Miscellaneous articles:

“One-Room Schools in Williams Township: A Profile,” Bicentennial History of Williams Township (Spring 1976), pp. 20–28.

“Technology and American Self-Reliance,” Humanities Perspectives on Technology News, No. 4 (January 1977), 9–10.

“The First Annual Coffeetown Picnic,” The Pastfinder, 3 (January 1979), 1–3.

“An Old House Talks Back: Restoration and Dating of an Old Coffeetown Home,” The Pastfinder, 4 (1980), No. 3, pp. 1–4,  and No. 4, pp. 1–3.

“Some Advice from a Lame Duck,” Administrator 2 (March 28, 1983), No. 6, p. 1.

“Some Advice for Would-Be Administrators from a Professor Who’s Been There,” Chronicle of Higher Education, March 21, 1984, p. 96; reprinted in Points of View: Issues in American Higher Education, ed. Stephen H. Barnes (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1990), vol. 3, pp. 214–18.

“Mucking Out the Barn: Pitchforks and Sanitation,” Journal of the Historical Farm Association (Stroudsburg, PA), 17 (1987): 4–5.

“A Fulbright Family in China,” Fulbright Scholar News (Spring 1989), pp. 2–3.

“China’s Leaders Should Heed Lesson of the Duckherders,” Morning Call (Allentown, PA), June 6, 1989, p. A19.

“To See Ourselves as Others See Us,” The Baylor Line (Spring 1996), pp. 48–50.

“ “Should We Be Color Blind?: Five Women of Color Speak Frankly to Questions of Race at Baylor,” The Baylor Line (Spring 1996), pp. 40–47.

“Baylor Through a Visitor’s Eyes,” Baylor News: The Monthly News Source for the Faculty, Staff, Administration, and Retirees of Baylor University, 6 (July 1996): 5, 8.

“An American Teacher-Family in China” (published in conjunction with a reissue and new translation into Chinese of my “Why I Teach”), Fulbright Exchange (Winter 2004), pp. 13–15.

“The Royal Manor: A Road and a Roadhouse,” The Pastfinder (volume 20, number 2 (November, 2006), pp. 1–7 [with Anne E. Beidler].

Foreword to Li Zhenzhong’s In Pursuit of an Ideal of Harmonious Perfection: A Critique of Matthew Arnold’s Literary and Cultural Criticism (Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, 2009), pp.i–iii

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