The Art and Practice of Teaching Theology

Katherine Schmidt, Molloy College (New York)

Timothy Hanchin, Villanova University (Pennsylvania)

The Art and Practice of Teaching Theology (previously New Pedagogies and the Spirituality of Learning) section of the CTS invite papers that address topics related to teaching the momentous events and cultural shifts of 1968, as well as more general topics such as:

  • ·      teaching in a time of cultural turmoil;
  • ·      teaching about race and racism in the theological classroom;
  • ·      teaching about gender and sexuality in the theological classroom;
  • ·      the relationship between political climates and higher education;
  • ·      strategies and practical applications for writing syllabi in light of “revolution”;
  • ·      other topics related to the conference theme and which focus on the art and practice of teaching theology, especially to undergraduates.
Please send proposals to both section conveners listed above.

The College Theology Society is a registered, non-profit professional society and a Related Scholarly Organization of the American Academy of Religion.


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