The Campbellsville Review

The Campbellsville Review
A Journal of the Faculty of Campbellsville University
    Founded 2002

    ISSN: 2373-1362


The Campbellsville Review (CR) provides members of Campbellsville University an avenue for publishing critical and scholarly works based on subjects in which they are researching. It chronicles the ongoing scholarship of the University community, which includes faculty members, upper class and graduate students, alumni, visiting scholars and lecturers, and staff. It is also a way in which the university community can share resources and ideas about teaching. The CR is published once a year under the auspices of the vice president of Academic Affairs. A Senior Editor and an Editorial Board direct the editorial process.


Volume 7, 2012-2014

Online     PDF

Editor's Introduction pp. 1-2
Online     PDF

Sleeping Among the Natives
    by John R. Burch  pp. 3-8  Online     PDF

Baptist Heritage Lecture Series
    Who Moved My Old Landmark? 
    Changing Definitions of Landmarkism in the Early Twentieth 

        by Bart Barber  pp. 9-26   Online     PDF

    The Cotton Grove Resolutions 
        by Joe Early, Jr.  pp. 27-39  Online    PDF

The Making of Violence: Motives, Means, and Masculinity
    by Mary Jane Chaffee  pp. 40-60   Online    PDF

The Stories (and Life) of Breece D'J Pancake
    by Nathan Gower  pp. 61-65  Online    PDF

Inspiring a Story: A Personal Experience with Jesse Stuart
    by Glen Edward Taul  pp. 66-79  Online    PDF

A Fascination with Element 60--Neodymium 
by C. Bowen, Peter A. Adcock, Sara E. Bonaccorsi, Jean 
    Oostens  pp. 80-87  Online    PDF

Human Trafficking and Teacher Awareness: Equipping Teachers with Knowledge and Resources to Combat Human Trafficking
    by Regan L. Lookadoo  pp. 88-100  Online    PDF

The Secular Song of Spain: The Often Overlooked Contribution to European Renaissance Music
by Sarah Gilbert  pp. 101-115  Online    PDF

Short Stories
To Fear, Fear
    by Susan A. Wright  pp. 116-119  Online    PDF

    by David Harrity  p. 120  Online    PDF

In Your Prison
    by David Harrity  p. 121  Online    PDF

Doll Parts
by Susan A. Wilson  p. 122  Online    PDF

On Prayer
    by David Harrity  p. 123  Online    PDF

A Different Sun, by Elaine Orr
    by Robert L. Doty  pp. 124-129  Online    PDF

An Examination of Brazilian Folk Music Elements and their Transference to Classical Suites for Piano
    by Danielle Batista Silva de Souza, M.A  p. 130  Online    PDF

Published Works by Faculty and Staff (2012-2014)  pp. 131-137  Online    PDF

Contributors  p. 138-142  Online    PDF


Call for Participation

The Editorial Board of The Campbellsville Review is pleased to announce a Call for Articles, Essays, Short Stories, Poems, Book Reviews, Exhibition Reviews, Website Reviews, and Movie Reviews for the upcoming issue of the Review. The 2015-2016 issue is scheduled for publication in August 2016. The deadline for Submissions is May 31, 2016.

The Board invites submissions from faculty, university staff, upper class students, and graduate students, alumni, and visiting lecturers who are researching and/or writing on topics of interest to them. Articles and essays must be scholarly in approach and reviews must relate to topics that can be useful in teaching or informing knowledge in one or several disciplines. The Review  publishes works across disciplines. It chronicles the ongoing scholarship of the CU community. It is also a way in which the CU community can share resources and ideas about teaching. The CR is published biennially under the auspices of the Office of Academic Affairs.

The Campbellsville Review recently began publishing articles, essays, short stories, poems, etc. that anyone in the CU community has had published as books or in peer reviewed journals, literary journals, academic conference programs, encyclopedia articles, and the like (see elsewhere on this website). Please send citations of any recent publications to the Editor ( and it will be included in the online edition of the Review as well as in the print version.

The Review is published both in print and online. The online edition can be accessed to the left. For guidelines in submitting different kinds of articles, creative items, and reviews look at other parts of this website.

Send all submissions to Glen Taul, Editor, at or at Campbellsville University, UPO 813, Campbellsville, Kentucky 42718.