Book Chapters

Aten, J., O’Grady, K., Milstein, G., Boan, D., *Smigelsky, M., *Schruba, A., & *Weaver, I. (in press). Professional Psychology and Spiritual and Emotional Care in Response to Disaster. Walker, C. Curtois, and J. Aten (Eds.), Spiritually oriented trauma psychotherapy. Washington, DC: APA Books.

Kang, E. & Kang, C. (In press). Orphans; Christianity (with D. Arute); Stigma. In S. Loue (Ed.) HIV/AIDS Reference for Mental Health Professionals. New York: Springer Press.

Aten, J., *Hovis, R., & *Hook, K., (in process). Disaster spiritual and emotional care. In J. Aten & D. Walker (Eds.), Treating trauma in Christian counseling and psychotherapy. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.

Aten, J. (2014). Religious coping. In D. Leeming (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Psychology and
Religion (2nd edn.), (Vol. 3; pp. 1515-1517). New York: Springer.

Aten, J. (2012). A faith-based disaster task force model. In E. Blakely (Eds.), Managing
urban disaster recovery: Policy, planning, concepts and cases (pp. 101-106). Crisis Response, UK.

Amen, M., Toly, N. J., McCarney, P., & Segbers, K. (2011). Introduction in Cities and International Relations: New Sites and Actors in Global Politics. London: Ashgate.

Amen, M., Toly, N. J., McCarney, P., & Segbers, K. (2011). Sighting or Slighting Cities in Global Politics in Cities and International Relations: New Sites and Actors in Global Politics.  London: Ashgate.

Amen, M., Toly, N. J., McCarney, P., & Segbers, K.  (2011). Concluding Remarks in Cities and International Relations: New Sites and Actors in Global Politics.  London: Ashgate.

Toly, N. J. (2011). Evangelicals and the Environment: From Political Realism to a Politics of Freedom in Is the Good Book Good Enough? Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

Toly, N. J. (2011). Cities, the Environment, and Global Governance: A Political Ecological Perspective in Cities and International Relations: New Sites and Actors in Global Politics.  London: Ashgate

Aten, J., O’Grady, K., Milstein, G., Boan, D., *Smigelsky, M., *Schruba, A., & *Weaver, I. (in press). Professional Psychology and Spiritual and Emotional Care in Response to Disaster. Walker, C. Curtois, and J. Aten (Eds.), Spiritually oriented trauma psychotherapy. Washington, DC: APA Books.

Kang, E. & Kang, C. (In press). Orphans; Christianity (with D. Arute); Stigma. In S. Loue (Ed.) HIV/AIDS Reference for Mental Health Professionals. New York: Springer Press.

Aten, J., *Hovis, R., & *Hook, K., (in process). Disaster spiritual and emotional care. In J. Aten & D. Walker (Eds.), Treating trauma in Christian counseling and psychotherapy. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.

Aten, J. (2014). Religious coping. In D. Leeming (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Psychology and
Religion (2nd edn.), (Vol. 3; pp. 1515-1517). New York: Springer.

Aten, J. (2012). A faith-based disaster task force model. In E. Blakely (Eds.), Managing
urban disaster recovery: Policy, planning, concepts and cases (pp. 101-106). Crisis Response, UK.

Amen, M., Toly, N. J., McCarney, P., & Segbers, K. (2011). Introduction in Cities and International Relations: New Sites and Actors in Global Politics. London: Ashgate.

Amen, M., Toly, N. J., McCarney, P., & Segbers, K. (2011). Sighting or Slighting Cities in Global Politics in Cities and International Relations: New Sites and Actors in Global Politics.  London: Ashgate.

Amen, M., Toly, N. J., McCarney, P., & Segbers, K.  (2011). Concluding Remarks in Cities and International Relations: New Sites and Actors in Global Politics.  London: Ashgate.

Toly, N. J. (2011). Evangelicals and the Environment: From Political Realism to a Politics of Freedom in Is the Good Book Good Enough? Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

Toly, N. J. (2011). Cities, the Environment, and Global Governance: A Political Ecological Perspective in Cities and International Relations: New Sites and Actors in Global Politics.  London: Ashgate