Projects, Accomplishments, Activities
Papers Published or Submitted
“Reduce, Reuse, Recycle . . . and Refuse: a commentary,” Journal of Macromarketing 2015, Vol 35, No. 1, pp. 111-122.
“Environmental Ethics: Theory and Implications for Marketing,” in Alexander Nill, editor, Handbook on Ethics and Marketing (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015).
“Develop Professionally: Listen to Your Students,” a paper developed out of my experience as department chair, included in Quick Hits for Adjunct Faculty and Lecturers edited by Robin Morgan, Kimberly T. Olivares, and Jon Becker. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press (2015).
“Help Your Faculty Listen to Their Students,” an iteration on the same theme as the previous but published in The Department Chair, 2015, Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 19, 22.
In 2016 I saw a special issue of the Journal of Macromarketing to completion (I was the editor). This special issue was on Religion and Macromarketing and came out in 2016 as Vol 36, No 4 and carried over to 2017 as Vol 37, No. 1. My introduction was published as “Introduction to the Special Issue”.
“Put Students in Charge: A variation on the Jigsaw Discussion,” was published in College Teaching, 2016, Vol 64, No. 1, pp. 40-45.
“The Economic Theology of the High Middle Ages, 1050-1350,” will be included in the forthcoming Routledge Handbook of Economic Theology, edited by Stefan Schwarzkopf. This volume will be out in 2018 or 2019.
Two book reviews came out in 2017. The first was a review of Father Gregory Jensen’s The Cure for Consumerism (Grand Rapids, MI: Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty, 2015). This was published in the part of the special issue of the Journal of Macromarketing that carried over to 2017, Vol 37, No. 1, pp. 115-119. This was co-authored with Eve K. Geroulis, adjunct faculty member in the Department of Marketing at Loyola.
The second book review was of Fred Block and Margaret R. Somers, The Power of Market Fundamentalism: Karl Polanyi’s Critique (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2014). It was published in the Journal of Macromarketing, 2017, Vol 37, No. 3, pp. 336-339.
A third book review has been accepted for the Journal of Macromarketing. It is a review of Bas van Bavel’s The Invisible Hand? How Market Ecoomist have Emerged and Declined since AD500 (Oxford University Press, 2016). This is forthcoming sometime in 2018 or 2019.
Conferences Attended and Papers Presented:
In summer 2015, just three weeks before I retired, Cliff Shultz (Department of Marketing) and I co-chaired and hosted the 40th Annual Macromarketing Conference at Loyola’s Quinlan School of Business. I presented a paper entitled “The Post-Growth Economy: What Is All the Fuss?, as part of a session I charged on The Post Growth Economy.
In summer 2016 I attended the 41st Macromarketing Conference in Dublin, Ireland. I presented a paper entitled “Our Obsolete Marketing Mentality.” At that conference I was elected (drafted) a member of the Board of Advisors for the Macromarketing Society and I received the Macromarketing Society’s award for Best Reviewer.
In summer 2017 I attended the 42nd Annual Macromarketing Conference in Queenstown, New Zealand. I presented a paper entitled “Karl Polanyi, John Maurice Clark, and a Renewed Interest in Re-linking Ethics, Economics, and Macromarketing,” in the Theory Session of the conference.
Also in summer 2017 I attended a workshop of all the contributors to the forthcoming Routledge Handbook of Economic Theology. The workshop was held at the Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark. We each presented our contribution and entertained discussions of our papers.
Work in Progress
The Polanyi paper, presented at the Macromarketing Conference in Dublin (2016) will be submitted to either the Journal of Macromarketing or to Marketing Theory.
I continue to work on “Sustainability: A Concept Whose Time has Passed,” that is too long for a journal article. I’m now thinking it would serve as a little book entitled something like “A short introduction to Sustainability”.
I have a couple of books to write. One is on environmental ethics, the proposal for which is under consideration by a publisher. The second is tentatively titled Galbraith and Glasser: Two Scotsmen, One Misunderstood, the Other Unknown. Galbraith is, of course, the Harvard economist John Kenneth Galbraith. Glasser is Ralph Glasser, in his early years a marketer in the UK. As a book it would be intended for marketers, not economists. I contend that those marketers that rejected Galbraith did so because they misunderstood him. Glasser is not unknown, but he is unknown among marketers, both in the UK and the US, despite his first two books being marketing books. What I find particularly interesting is that Galbraith and Glasser spoke as though with a single voice. It is entirely possible this may end up being nothing more than a journal publication.
I will continue to periodically, even if infrequently, post to my blog, the Sustainability and Social Enterprise Blog (http://blogs.luc.edu/gsb/author/rbenton/). So many things to do! Finally, some time to do them.
Robert Bireley, S.J.: My book, Ferdinand II, Counter-Reformation 1578-1637, was published last week by Cambridge U.P. Other projects : "Early Modern Catholicism in the Catholic Historical Review," for the Centennial issue of the CHR; "The Religious Movements of the Sixteenth Century as Responses to a Changing World," paper given at Louvain December 2013 to be published in the Proceedings of the Conference; "Theology, War, and Politics, (Catholic Perspective,)" for a volume Theology during the Reformation Era, to be published by Cambridge U.P." An encyclopedia article on preaching during the Early Modern Period. Botero: The Reason of State. Cambridge U.P, 2017. (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) by Giovanni Botero, translated with note and introduction by Robert Bireley.
Last fall I published Botero. The Reason of State, (Cambridge, 2017) Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought. It is a translation with an introduction and notes of Giovanni Botero's Della Ragione di stato (1589).
Francis Catania: Completing a manuscript, Conversations with Aquinas on Sex and Gender, Marriage and Love, seeking a publisher.
Wendy Cotter: One of the associate editors of Catholic Biblical Quarterly and secretary of that editorial board. Teaching/Tutoring English as a Second Language (ESL) to immigrants, as a volunteer at the Heartland Alliance 'school' 5715 W. Belmont. A volunteer member of the Jane Addams Senior Caucus, on two committees: Justice for residents of Rogers Park; and the Committee for the legal recognition of a Bill of Rights for Seniors. Visiting lecturer giving Scripture retreats from time to time.
Erwin Epstein: In July I gave the keynote address at a conference on Language, Culture and Identity in Soria, Spain, and I have been invited to give a paper (in Spanish) in October at a seminar at the Universidad de la Laguna in Tenerife, Canary Islands on my research on education and national identity in marginalized communities.
My edited book, Crafting a Global Field: Six Decades of the Comparative and International Education Society appeared last year. My article, "Is Marc-Antoine Jullien of Paris the 'Father' of Comparative Education?" was published in the May 2017 issue of the journal Compare. My article, "The Nazi Seizure of the International Education Review," now in press, will appear in the British journal Comparative Education. I have a chapter titled "Why Comparative and International Education? Reflections on the Conflation of Names" that was published last year in the book Teaching Comparative Education: Trends and Issues Informing Practice.
I am currently editing a book on North American comparativists as part of the Oxford series of Symposium Books, and I am organizing a panel and will present a paper on Discerning Origins in Comparative Education for the March 2018 Comparative and International Education Society annual meeting in Mexico City.
Frank Fennell: Heading up an international effort to create the Official Gerard Manley Hopkins Website, which will promote study of and conversation about the British poet both inside and outside the academy. He also continues to publish essays on Hopkins. He is completing work on the Official [Gerard Manley] Hopkins Website, which he will launch at an international conference in London in June.
Peter Gilmour: Developing a first ever comprehensive catalog of Loyola University Chicago graduates who have published books. This catalog includes fiction and non-fiction, commercially and self-published, co-authored, edited and illustrated books, print or electronic. Thus far, more than 200 alumni authors who have produced more than 750 books have been identified. This catalog is an official project of the Friends of the Loyola Libraries Board. The catalog is updated regularly. The Loyola University Chicago Alumni Authors Catalog is available online at http://blogs.lib.luc.edu/friends/alumni-authors/ Or, go to the Libraries Home Page (http://libraries.luc.edu/) and click on “Friends of the Libraries” under the “About” column. In the upper right hand corner of the next screen, click on “Alumni Authors.” Your assistance in identifying alumni not in the catalog who have published books would be greatly appreciated. Submissions may be sent to Peter Gilmour at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Jalowiec: Latest Articles Published. Jalowiec A, Grady KL, White-Williams C. Mortality, rehospitalization, and post-transplant complications in gender-mismatched heart transplant recipients. Heart Lung. 2017;46:265-272.
Jalowiec, A., Grady, K.L., & White-Williams, C. (2017). Heart transplant outcomes in patients with pretransplant diabetes. American Journal of Critical Care, 26, 482-490.
Jeffry Mallow: Research on supersymmetric quantum mechanics. Second edition of Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics: An Introduction, co-authored with Asim Gangopadhyaya and Constantin Rasinariu, has been published.
Binational studies of science attitudes and anxieties. Published Student Attitudes and Anxieties and How to Address Them: A Handbook for Science Teachers, co-authored with Helge Kastrup, University College Capital, Copenhagen.
David P. Chassin of Stanford and I have a paper in press in the comic Journal of Irreproducible Results: "Daylight Savings Time is the Cause of Global Warming".
Mary Ann McDermott: Rome Course: Caring for yourself and others through the arts for nurse leaders March 2015; Hektoen Nurses and the Humanities: Ongoing programs-Poetry Fdn Feb 21, 2015; Nurse Educator Hines VA Hospital Nurse Residency Program; Nursing Education Indonesia.
Susan Mezey: Beyond Marriage: Continuing Battles for LGBT Rights, published by Rowman & Littlefield, came out in March 2017. It discusses the role of the courts and other policymaking institutions in the United States, showing that the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling making marriage equality the law of the land did not resolve the many issues of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in the nation.
Jon Nilson: A theological analysis of the psychological and religious dynamics of racism/white supremacy.
He is on the staff of the Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago as Consultant.
David Ozar: Consulting ethicist and member of the Institutional Ethics Committee at North Shore University Health System;
Ethics consultant in journalism ethics for the Ethics Advice Line for Journalists;
Consultant to a local transgender support group for its educational outreach programs and occasional lecturer on transgender topics;
Recently completed revised 3rd edition of my book on dental professional ethics, Dental Ethics at Chairside: Professional Obligations and Practical Applications, co-authored with Donald Patthoff, DDS, to the publisher (also of 1st and 2nd editions), Georgetown University Press (expected spring, 2018).
Recently completed an invited article for a collection (in press) on Ethics Across the Curriculum programs entitled, “Identifying Learning Objectives and Assessing Ethics Across the Curriculum Programs”.
First author of a “2016-2017 White Paper on Professionalism and Professionalism Education” for the Academy for Professionalism and Health Care (APHC), also recently presented my own papers on this topic at meetings of APHC and also the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics.
Presented a paper on “The Cognitive Components of Virtue Development: What Aristotle Took For Granted, But We Need to Say“ at January, 2016, conference on virtue at Oxford, and again this past April to Loyola’s Philosophy Department.
Opening Keynote Address, ““Dentistry’s Professional Independence, Its Professional Ethics, and the Social Challenges to Its Professionalism,” at 2016 international congress of International Dental Ethics and Laws Society in Chicago, also the congress’s Program Chair for submitted papers.
Nick Patricca: In February 2018, Nick travels to San Miguel de Allende Guanajuato Mexico to participate in a literary conference and to work with PEN International on programs for writers in jeopardy, especially journalists in Mexico.
In May 2018, Nick's play 'CHASING THE WIND: Langston Hughes' receives a producers audition reading at THEATER WIT Chicago to which you are all invited. Date and details to follow when Nick returns from Mexico.
Barbara H. Rosenwein: Just published with co-author Riccardo Cristiani What Is the History of Emotions? (Polity, 2017); her book with co-author Elina Gertsman, The Middle Ages in 50 Objects (Cambridge 2017) will be out in May, as will her revisions of her best-selling A Short History of the Middle Ages and Reading the Middle Ages. She is currently working on a book on anger.
Linda K. Stroh:
I continue to teach a course at the University of California Santa Cruz based on my book, “Trust Rules: How to Tell the Good Guys from the Bad Guys in Work and Life.” I have also just completed writing my co-authored book (based on nearly 1,000 surveys and interviews) entitled, “Get Real About Getting Old” (co-authored with Dr. Karen Brees). The book is being published by Sourcebooks and should be out this Spring or Summer some time. I bet all of my Emeritus colleagues would enjoy the read!
And, I’m in the process of updating my previously co-authored book (with Dr. Homer Johnson, LUC Emeritus), entitled, “The Basic Principles of Effective Consulting.
Marilyn Susman: Best Practices in Counseling Supervision: Working along with the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis, I provide supervision to candidates in the program. Research projects on supervisory competency are in development.
Developing a Center for School Counseling at Sanata Dharma University, Yogyakarta Indonesia: Working with the Guidance and Counseling Faculty at Sanata Dharma University and with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, I consult with and train both faculty and school counselors in Indonesia. The project involves the development of training modules to meet the needs of school counselors, as well as tools to assess counselor competency and the program’s efficacy. Using a train the trainer model, we provide on site programs and distance learning modules.
Jean Morman Unsworth: Donated Inspiring Sacred Heart Sculpture to St. Elizabeth Church
Endowed the Children's Gallery at LUMA. It is named “Jean Morman Unsworth Art Expressway Gallery".
Named Tutor of the Year by Literacy Chicago
Inducted into the McAuley-Saint Xavier Hall of Honor
William Yotis: I am participating in the teaching of Medical Microbiology and Immunology at the University of South Florida College of Medicine. and I have published 3 books: Fundamentals of Medical Microbiology and Immunology; Relevant Questions and Answers for Medical Microbiology and Immunology: Problem Solving Exercises for Microbiological and Immunological Diseases.