The Hine Bibliography of Resources in Servant-Leadership

Hines BibliographyThe Hine Bibliography of Resources in Servant-Leadership, last published in 2008, is being revised and expanded and is projected to be ready late summer of this year. Editor, Betsy Hine, is being joined by Valentine Muyumba, Head of Technical Services at Indiana State University to finish this big job which will include updating the print monographs, updating the non-print monographs (media such as DVDs, CDs, etc.), updating the theses and dissertations, adding journal and periodical articles and adding chapters in books.  We want to make this revised and expanded edition as complete as possible and would like your help to make sure we don’t omit any important publications.  If you have published or have seen published any new books, media, articles or chapters in books, or if you have completed a master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation since 2008, please let us know via email at the following:

For books: [email protected]

For articles, media, chapters in books or theses and dissertations: [email protected]

We may already know about your contribution to the literature but don’t assume we do! Please let us know the citation in APA format that includes complete pagination, ISBN and whether it has a bibliography or references or index, glossary, etc., and whether it is also available as a e-book.  In this greatly expanded edition we may not be able to provide annotations for everything as we did in the previous editions, but if you would also like to include a very brief synopsis we will try to include it.

Remember that the scope of the bibliography is Robert K. Greenleaf’s Servant-Leadership.  We look forward to hearing from you all in the near future as we’re aiming to finish the gathering together of citations by June 1, 2015.

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  • Mary Vargas
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    I look forward to seeing the new bibliography. I just discovered the Center for Servant Leadership after many years of like-minded consulting with organizations and teams. I look forward to learning more!

    Warmly,
    Mary Vargas

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