Services for Faculty
· Research instruction for classes in the subject areas of Religion, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology, and Communication. Simply e-mail a copy of your course syllabus and a description of the kind instruction would best meet your students' learning needs.
· Collaboration with the departmental faculty to develop the Library collection in the areas of Religion, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, and Communication. The collection will consist of print, audio/visual, e-book, databases, and other resources related to these subject areas.
· Research assistance to departmental faculty. Feel free to call me at 819-6330, e-mail me, or stop by the Proctor Library anytime. I can be found on the Reference Desk or in my office behind the Circulation Desk.
Services for Students
· In-depth personalized research assistance for students at the reference desk or by appointment.
· Feel free to call me at 819-6330, e-mail me, or stop by the Proctor Library anytime.
Jack Daniels holds the degrees of Doctor of Theology (D.Th.) in New Testament from the University of South Africa, both a Master of Arts (M.A.T.S.) and a Master of Theology (Th.M.) from Columbia Theological Seminary, and a Master of Library and Information Science (M.L.I.S.) from Florida State University.
His research interests include social scientific and anthropological approaches to the New Testament, historical Jesus, orality and literacy in antiquity, youth culture, youth ministry, and the intersectionality of information and modern youth culture.
He is the author of "" published in Journal of Early Christian History (1.2) 2011, "Gossip in the New Testament" published in the November 2012 edition of Biblical Theology Bulletin (42.4), and Gossiping Jesus: The Social Processing of Jesus in John's Gospel published in 2013 by Wipf & Stock's imprint PICKWICK Publishers.
Jack Daniels enjoys playing guitar, cycling, cooking, and most of all, surfing in the Mother Ocean - especially with his wife Marcia.