Campbellsville Review

The Grammar Headache

The “Grammar Headache”:  The Vexing Problem of Instruction Susan Wright   Abstract In the 1990s, college grammar instruction was largely discarded for holistic, content-based instruction.  However, students typically enter college […]

A Whole New World

A Whole New World: A College-Driven Psychological Transformation Julianna M. Koski   Being the product of conditioning and being free to change do not war with each other. Both are […]

Michael Muldoon: Stephen F. Austin’s Priest

Michael Muldoon: Stephen F. Austin’s Priest Joe Early, Jr., PhD In 1821, Stephen F. Austin received permission from the Mexican government to settle three hundred American families in southeast Texas […]

Religion in Brazil’s Free Market of Faith

Maria Enedina Lima Bezerra Chapel Address January 28, 2009 When one thinks of Brazil in terms of religious affiliation, one probably thinks most Brazilians are Catholic. Brazil is indeed known […]

Postscript

The 400th Anniversary of Baptist beginnings in 2009 drew the attention of Christendom early in the year and Campbellsville University was no exception. The event was celebrated on-campus with guest […]

New Approaches to Twenty-First Century Research

Reading Music through Different Lenses Yawen Ludden A Review and Commentary on Karen Bottge’s, “Brahms’s ‘Wiegenlied’ and the Maternal Voice,” 19th-Century Music XXVIII:185-213, n3, 2005. Karen Bottge’s article, “Brahms’s Wiegenlied […]

Lost by Allusion

Robert VanEst Every text implies information that it takes for granted and does not explain; whether allusions are Shakespeare’s references to British history, Dickens’ references to the law, Flannery O’Connor’s […]

Living the Abundant Life

Michael E. Arrington Commencement Address Campbellsville University May 8, 2009 Thank you for that kind introduction. President Carter, Vice President Cheatham, distinguished trustees, faculty, staff, parents, friends, families, and most […]