Learn more about Dr. Goodwin's amazing class here and follow the hashtag #SyrRelBodies on Twitter for a well-curated discussion of US religions and the regulation of bodies of color. 1. Tell us about #SyrRelBodies. Describe the project. #SyrRelBodies is the hashtag for “Black+Blue,” my honors course on American religion and the regulation of bodies of … Continue reading #SyrRelBodies: US Religions and the Regulation of Bodies of Color
In this interview, Kirsten Gerdes tells us about how she uses Netflix's Orange is the New Black and Twitter as a way of engaging students about sexual ethics and religion. 1. Tell us about the hashtag. Describe the project. At California Lutheran University (CLU), I teach a class on sexual ethics for the religion department, and … Continue reading #CLUsexeth – Teaching Sexual Ethics Through Twitter
NPR and WBUR's Here and Now featured a fascinating example of the power of classification. Dairy farmers say makers of plant-based milks — like almond milk and soy milk — are stealing away their customers. As Harvest Public Media's Luke Runyon (@LukeRunyon) reports, the fight boils down to the definition of a single word. If … Continue reading Teaching Starter: Milking Classification
This weekend are the Annual Meetings of the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature. Scholars in these areas will be descending upon San Antonio, TX to discuss the ins and outs of their research. For those of you who've never been and are watching from afar, keep up with the official … Continue reading Roll w/ Us at #SBLAAR16
Beneath the fine print are tells from which the student gets a sense of your expectations for the learning experience--good, bad, and ugly.