Death and Dying in Literature
Edited By John J. Han and Clark C. Triplett
About the Editors
John J. Han is Professor of English & Creative Writing and Chair of the Humanities Division at Missouri Baptist University. He is editor of Wise Blood: A Re- Consideration (Rodopi, 2011), Intégrité: A Faith and Learning Journal, and Cantos: A Literary and Arts Journal. His articles have appeared in many journals and essay collections, such as Journal of Transnational American Studies, Kansas English, Mark Twain Studies, Literature and Belief, The Moral Philosophy of John Steinbeck, Steinbeck Studies, The Steinbeck Review, and Ethics, Literature, & Theory. In addition to four haiku collections, he has published numerous poems in periodicals and anthologies worldwide, including Frogpond, The Laurel Review, Modern Haiku, Valley Voices, and World Haiku Review. A native of South Korea, he earned his M.A. and his Ph.D. from Kansas State University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, respectively. In addition to MBU, he has taught at KSU, UNL, Nebraska Wesleyan University, and Washington University in St. Louis.
C. Clark Triplett is Vice President for Graduate Studies and Academic Program Review and Professor of Psychology/Sociology at Missouri Baptist University. He earned an A.A. from Hannibal-LaGrange College, a B.A. from Southwest Baptist University, an M.Div. from Covenant Theological Seminary, an M.S.Ed. from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, and a Ph.D. from Saint Louis University. He also studied at Concordia Seminary, the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, and the Harvard Institutes. A licensed counselor, he has published academic articles and book reviews in Intégrité: A Faith...
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