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Gabriel Moran, RIP

We are saddened to note that Gabriel Moran died on October 15th. His obituary is available online, and we will be sharing more of his legacy as the year goes on. Many of us remember him with great respect and … Continue reading

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Watch and share Rita Nakashima Brock’s plenary

For those of you who were not able to join in the REA2021 annual meeting, held online this year in Run The World, you can now watch the plenary sessions at our YouTube site. As you watch Dr. Rita Nakashima … Continue reading

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2022 Wabash workshop information

The Wabash Center has recently released the dates, faculty, and application information for their menu of 2022 workshops. Please check it out and share widely! Maybe you know someone who would benefit from a workshop but doesn’t even know they … Continue reading

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Aching as we mourn Steffano Montano’s passing

Ancestors walk among us. It is with a heavy heart I write to let you know Dr. Steffano Montano passed away on September 24. More than a prophet, poet, and pedagogue, Dr. Montano was and is a beloved friend, father … Continue reading

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BJRE Special Issue CFP announced

The British Journal of Religious Education has announced a call for papers for a special issue focused on “Genders, Sexualities and Religious Education: Theory, Policy and Practice.” This is a theme much in line with our most recent annual meeting. … Continue reading

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Cong&Community Care, Luther Seminary

Luther Seminary, an ELCA seminary in St. Paul, MN is seeking a theologically reflective and imaginative person for a tenure-eligible position in Congregational and Community Care Leadership. Candidates should have ministry experience and be committed to communal, contextual, and intercultural … Continue reading

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Santa Clara: Black and African-American theologies

The Department of Religious Studies at Santa Clara University, a Jesuit and Catholic university, invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor position to begin Fall 2022 in Black and African American Theologies, either Christian or Islamic, with expertise in … Continue reading

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Catholic COP session at 2021 meeting

The Catholic Community of Practice met on Run The World on Monday, July 5, 2021, during the REA Annual Meeting. We had a stimulating and moving experience, as COP member Dr. Charles Chesnavage offered a presentation on “Digital Stories as … Continue reading

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Chief Diversity Officer, Duquesne University

Diversity, equity and inclusion have always been part of Duquesne University. Duquesne’s Catholic Spiritan founders have always believed in welcoming all and excluding none. The University’s founding in 1878 took place because recent immigrants and their families, working in the … Continue reading

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Asst. Research Prof. in design and creative pedagogy

The Georgetown University Ethics Lab invites applications for a one-year, full-time Assistant Research Professor in design, creative pedagogy, or related fields. We seek candidates with an outstanding record of creative practice, including experience addressing the intersection of design, technology, ethics, … Continue reading

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