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Dr. Dewey Browder, professor and chair of the department of history and philosophy, spoke on APSUs plans for an Institute for Global Security Studies March 31 at the Downtown Kiwanis Club luncheon. In addition, his book reviews on Speer: The Final Verdict by Joachim C. Fest, GIs and Germans: Culture, Gender, and Foreign Relations, 1945-49 by Petra Goedde and What Hitler Knew: The Battle for Information in Nazi Foreign Policy by Zachary Shore recently have been published in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries.
Dr. Dewey Browder, professor and chair of the department of history and philosophy, spoke on APSU's plans for an Institute for Global Security Studies March 31 at the Downtown Kiwanis Club luncheon. In addition, his book reviews on “Speer: The Final Verdict” by Joachim C. Fest, “GIs and Germans: Culture, Gender, and Foreign Relations, 1945-49” by Petra Goedde and “What Hitler Knew: The Battle for Information in Nazi Foreign Policy” by Zachary Shore recently have been published in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries.

Dr. Elgin Mannion, assistant professor of sociology, presented “Economic Development in the Appalachian Region: Where Do We Go from Here?” at the annual American Sociological Association Conference. The paper was about major development and economic growth models and their influence on development in the Appalachian region, as well as the role of the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Appalachian Regional Development Act.

Dr. Jordy Rocheleau, assistant professor of philosophy, has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship to participate in the June 2004 seminar “War and Morality: Rethinking Just War for the 21st Century” hosted by the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. Seminar topics will include just causes for going to war and just means of conducting warfare. Traditional ethical limits and challenges posed by recent political and technological developments will be discussed.