Camden, Professor of English at Kent State University and a protege of Greaves, has published multiply on Bunyan and his era, and was the host and International John Bunyan Society president for the Ohio conference.
What does IJBS stand for?
IJBS stands for International John Bunyan Society
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- International Journal of Biological and Medical Sciences
- International Journal of Business and Management Science
- International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity
- International Journal of Business and Public Administration (International Academy of Business and Public Administration; Ruston, LA)
- International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management
- International Journal of Business Performance Management
- International Journal of Business Research (International Academy of Business and Economics)
- International Journal of Bioinformatics Research and Applications
- ICFAI (Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India) Journal of Business Strategy
- Integrated Joint Broadband System
- International Journal of Baudrillard Studies
- International Journal of Biological Sciences (peer-review journal)
- International Journal of Business Strategy
- Indian Journal of Biotechnology (quarterly publication)
- International Journal of Biotechnology
- International Journal of Biotech Trends and Technology (Seventh Sense Research Group)
- International Journal of Business Trends and Technology (Seventh Sense Research Group)
- Ink Jet Business Unit (Hewlett-Packard Development Company)
- Immunology Journal Club (various schools)
- Independent Journalism Centre
Samples in periodicals archive:
Inspired by those presented at an October 2001 conference of the International John Bunyan Society held in Cleveland and Kent, Ohio, these nine essays examine Bunyan's writings for evidence of his politics, an elusive subject given his reticence to commit himself in print.
Davies recognizes that the vulnerability of The Pilgrim's Progress to all these recastings gives credence to possible claims of its "ur-postmodernity" (266), and in fact he demonstrated as much in a paper he read at the 2001 Triennial Conference of the International John Bunyan Society mischievously titled "Bunyan's Bawdy: Sex and Sexual Wordplay in the Writings of John Bunyan.