In the News: Rodney Talks with ’30 Mosques;’ Rishe on NCAA’s SEC

| August 15, 2011

Billy Graham and the Rise of the Republican South

Steven P. Miller's book

Recent media coverage featuring Webster University faculty includes:

School of Education associate professor Basiyr Rodney and his wife (a Webster alumna) were interviewed about the Ahmadiyya Muslim community as part of the “30 Mosques, 30 States” project. Read the conversation here. The creators of the 30 Mosques project visited Webster last September, with coverage in The Journal student newspaper here.

Walker School of Business sports economist Patrick Rishe contributed a column at Forbes.com about the economic stakes of pending NCAA football conference realignment with the SEC and Big 12.

Adjunct professor of History Steven P. Miller’s Billy Graham and the Rise of the Republican South has been released in paperback by the University of Pennsylvania Press. First released in 2009, Miller’s book has received critical acclaim. The New York Times said Billy Graham and the Rise of the Republican South “does justice to the tensions and complexities involved—for Graham, for the South and for the country.”

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