SPU Works is a collection of scholarly papers and related works by faculty, staff, and students of Seattle Pacific University.
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Submissions from 2014
Capital in the Twenty-First Century: A Tale Without Morality, Bruce D. Baker
The Impact of Impression Management Over Time, Mark Bolino, Anthony Klotz, and Denise Daniels
Charles Williams’s Theology of Publishing, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
The Library Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: Culture, Collection, and Community, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
Unique Collections: Local, Consortial, and Beyond, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
Digital Wisdom for a Digital Age: Spirituality and Technology in the 21st Century, Michael J. Paulus Jr. and Ryan Ingersoll
Importance of School Library Programs, Cynthia Strong
Submissions from 2013
Presenting and Preserving Your Scholarship with Digital Commons @ SPU, Kristen Hoffman and Michael Paulus Jr.
Making Room: A Place for Children’s Spirituality in the Christian Church, Heather Ingersoll
The Apocalypse of Our Collections, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
The Hand of Myron Eells in the History of the Pacific Northwest, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
Submissions from 2012
Archives in Institutional Context, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
Special Collections and the Future of the Academic Library, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
The Library as Place—Really Early in the Morning, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
What is Primary: Teaching Archival Epistemology and the Sources Continuum, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
Submissions from 2010
Submissions from 2009
Developing Graduate Curriculum Faithful to Professional Training and a Christian Worldview, Claudia Grauf-Grounds, Scott Edwards, Don MacDonald, Karen Mui-Teng Quek, and Tina Schermer Sellers
Submissions from 2007
Collaboration: Advocacy for School Change, Cynthia Strong
Submissions from 2006
Pedagogical Uses of Special Collections Materials, Michael J. Paulus Jr.
Submissions from 2005
[Edited with an Introduction] The Use and Abuse of Books, Michael J. Paulus Jr. and Archibald Alexander
Submissions from 1998
Beyond Borders, Kathleen Braden, Wilbur Zelinsky, Sergei Rogachev, Thomas Baerwald, Aleksei Naumov, John Florin, Raymond Krishchyunas, Aleksei Novikov, and Stanley Brunn