Carson-Newman University has published an annual journal of her faculty's scholarly works since 1963. Originally titled Faculty Studies, the publication's name was changed in 1994 to reflect the broader pool of contributors. Featuring articles written by the Distinguished Faculty awardee, other faculty, guest lecturers, alumni, and occasionally students, Carson-Newman Studies strives to provide its readers with materials representative of the broad range of interests held by the University's diverse community. We hope that you will find the articles stimulating, thought-provoking, and useful in your academic pursuits.
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- Volume 12 Number 2: 2011 Editor: D. Brian Austin
- Volume 12 Number 1: 2010 Editor: D. Brian Austin
- Volume 11 Number 4: 2009 Editor: D. Brian Austin
- Volume 11 Number 3: 2008 Editor: D. Brian Austin
- Volume 11 Number 2: 2007 Editor: Don H. Olive, Sr.
- Volume 11 Number 1: 2006 Editor: Don H. Olive, Sr.
- Volume 10 Number 4: 2005 Editor: Don H. Olive, Sr.
- Volume 10 Number 3: 2004 Editor: Don H. Olive, Sr.
- Volume 10 Number 2: 2003 Editor: Don H. Olive, Sr.
- Volume 10 Number 1: 2002 Editor: Don H. Olive, Sr.
- Volume 9 Number 4: 2001 Editor: Don H. Olive, Sr.
- Volume 9 Number 3: 2000 Editor: Don H. Olive, Sr.
Carson-Newman Studies is published annually by the office of the Vice President at Carson-Newman University, Jefferson City, Tennessee. Correspondence should be addressed to the Editor, P. O. Box 71938, Carson-Newman University, Jefferson City, TN 37760.
Opinions expressed in the articles are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the editors or of Carson-Newman University. Statements of fact are the responsibility of the individual contributors.