Deborah L. Berho Research Bibliography


Scholarly Publications

Protestant Hispanic Churches of Oregon. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock. (2012).


Imago Dei: Creating it or created in it? Cultural Expressions: Being mission-minded in a multicultural world. Accessible at http://www.culturalexpressionsmagazine.org/. (Winter 2010).


With Viki Defferding, Communication, culture and curiosity: using target-culture and student-generated art in the L2 classroom. Foreign Language Annals (38) 2, 271-277. (2005, Summer).


Berhó, D. Argentina is deity and Juan Domingo Perón its high priest: The POLITICS IS RELIGION metaphor in Perón’s political discourse. Journal of Christianity and Foreign Languages (6), 48-64. (2005, Spring).


Professional Conference Presentations

Cantando Our Own Songs: Worship music in Spanish-speaking Protestant churches of Oregon. Commission for the Study of the History of the Church in Latin America, US Chapter, Austin, TX. February 2013.


An Echo in the Soul: Worship music in the Spanish-speaking Protestant churches of Oregon. American Academy of Religion, Pacific NW Chapter, Concordia U., Portland, OR. May 2012.


Protestant Hispanic Churches of Oregon: Relationships in Conflict, Contact, and Concert. George Fox Evangelical Seminary Faculty Research Forum. January 2012.


Becoming Visible: Protestant Hispanic churches of the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area. Commission for the Study of the History of the Church in Latin America, US Chapter, Albuquerque, NM. May 2009.


Teaching Spanish to non-native speakers of Spanish. Bolivian Evangelical University, Santa Cruz, Bolivia. January 2008.


Berhó, D. & Engnell, R. A Functional analysis of political metaphors in the rhetoric of Juan Peron: An exploration in critical method. National Communication Association Conference, San Antonio, TX. November 2006.


Recreating 'el camino a Santiago': Mini-pilgrimages for Spanish Culture and Civilization classes. North American Christian Foreign Language Association Conference, Trinity College, Palos Heights, IL. April 2005.


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