Disrupting the consequences of difficult histories through education

The third plenary from the Religious Education Association’s annual meeting, held in Toronto, ON November 1-3, 2019 was entitled “Disrupting the consequences of difficult histories through education” and featured Greer Anne Wenh-In Ng, Emerita professor of religious education, Emmanuel College in Victoria University in the University of Toronto, and Tsafrir Goldberg, Senior lecturer, University of Haifa. Katherine Turpin, Professor of Practical Theology and Religious Education Director of the Master of Divinity Program, Iliff School of Theology was the moderator for the session.

Tsafrir Goldberg has graciously made his powerpoint slides available.

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