Students and scholars explore explore the making of social difference (i.e. race, ethnicity, nationhood) as a byproduct of a communities investment in texts.
Dr. Newton’s students peer at current events through the lenses of social theory and social- scientific methods.
An examination of the aesthetics of religion studied from various perspectives.
The good kind of professional development…
A show-and-tell of effective digital pedagogues from around the internet.
Quick, easy-to-use lessons to get your classroom going.
What happens when someone checks their own privilege or somebody else’s?
A look at how diction, scripts, and names define our reality…and the bodies within it.
Reexamining the study of religion with insights from a galaxy far, far away.
In the criminal justice system, the people are represented in discourses. These are their stories.
Scholarship from the students in Dr. Newton’s Religion 101 course.
Dr. Newton’s students examine the evergreen making of Christian scriptures.
Dr. Newton’s students take a look through America’s fascination with race and “the good book,” –politics, passions, and promise.
Dr. Newton’s students deconstruct our most intricate and imbricated social constructions.
Examining the matter of black life at Elizabethtown College and beyond.