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2012
Saturday, May 19th
12:00 AM

A Catholic College Newspaper as a Research Instrument in an Oral History Project

Doris Van Kampen-Breit, St. Leo College

12:00 AM

A Systematic Literature Review Model for Religion

Paul Fehrmann, Kent State University
Sarah Wagner, Kent State University

12:00 AM

Documenting Religious Organizations: Theory and Practice

Chloe R. Edwards, University of Texas at Austin

12:00 AM

Fear Not: Facebook, Information and Extensions of Local Church Ministry

Chris Underation, The University of Findlay

12:00 AM

Googling the Scriptures

Jim Kapoun, Antioch College

12:00 AM

Hymnary.org: The Use of a New Database in Hymnology

Tina Schneider, The Ohio State University at Lima
Harry Plantinga, Calvin College

12:00 AM

Increasing the Visibility of Slavic Medieval Manuscripts

Tatiana Nikolova-Houston, The University of Texas at Austin

12:00 AM

Information Literacy Instruction and Archives & Special Collections: A Review of Literature, Methodology, and Cross-Disciplines

Michelle Miller, Texas Woman's University

12:00 AM

Intersection of Women’s Studies with Religious Studies

Karen Madigan, Virginia Theological Seminary

12:00 AM

Making the Bhagavad Gitā accessible: Enabling sense-making through synthesis and visualization

Naresh Kuman Agarwal, Simmons College

12:00 AM

Music as Information and Dialogue: An Ethnographic Study of a Christian Congregation Serving a Largely Gay and Lesbian (GLBT) Membership

W. Bernard Lukenbill, University of Texas at Austin

12:00 AM

Piety, Impiety, and the Advent of Written Prose: Plato’s Phaedrus and Isocrates’ Busiris

Steven R. Edscorn, Memphis Theological Seminary

12:00 AM

Practice What You Preach: Exploring the Role of the Catholic Church in the Development of the Library and Information Science profession

Renate Chancellor, The Catholic University of America

12:00 AM

Shannon and Hubbard Were Friends? Provocations in Creative Browsing and Friends in Scholarly Discord

Brian C. O'Connor, University of North Texas
Jodi Kearns, University of Akron

12:00 AM

The nature and consequences of informational differences in exoteric versus esoteric spiritual practices

Jonathan Doner

12:00 AM