Tara Woolfolk regularly teaches such courses as Intro to Psychology; Stats for Social Science; Psychology of Adjustment; and Psychology of Minority Groups. Her research examines adult identity development and psychology in film and mass media.
Daniel Hart is the author or co-author of numerous chapters, articles and books, including Morality in Everyday Life: Developmental Perspectives.
Holly Blackford directs the writing program for the Department of English. She is the author of the book Out of this World: Why Literature Matters to Girls.
John Wall teaches the courses Biomedical Ethics, Introduction to the Bible and Philosophical and Religious Perspectives on Childhood.
Carol Singley is author or editor of five books on the Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist, Edith Wharton. She also is the author of a book on adoption and literature, Adopting America: Childhood, Kinship and National Identity in Literature, and is the editor of three books on American literature and Puritan culture, women’s fiction, and American … Continue reading Carol Singley…