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Stay tuned: REA2021 going online

Stay tuned for more details, but please note that today the REA Steering Committee decided to move our REA2021 full meeting online, due to continuing concerns with COVID-19. The deadline for proposals was shifted to January 31st, so keep in … Continue reading

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Short term, virtual, peace researcher

For almost 20 years, the Kroc Institute for Peace and Justices (Kroc IPJ) Women, Peace and Security (WPS) program has documented women peace leaders’ expertise. Grounded in the Kroc IPJ’s mission to ​learn with peacemakers, the WPS program seeks to … Continue reading

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DRE Archdiocese of St. Louis

The Archdiocese of St. Louis Office of Catholic Education and Formation is seeking a Director of Religious Education. The Director of Religious Education leads efforts on behalf of K-12 schools and parishes of the Archdiocese of St. Louis to develop … Continue reading

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Education, Purpose and Human Flourishing Uncertain Times

St. Anthony’s College in the University of Oxford is holding a series of seminars available online for free on the topic of “education, purpose, and human flourishing in uncertain times.” Dr. Hanan Alexander, REA’s president will be speaking on January … Continue reading

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CFP deadline being extended

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the call for proposals for REA2021 is being extended. At this point we know only that we will accept proposals at least until January 31st. The precise deadline is still being formulated by the … Continue reading

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REA2021 CFP deadline near!

The deadline to submit a response to the REA2021 call for proposals is upon us. The deadline is January 8th, and it’s an online process. Details are available on the conference website. Please remember that you do not need to … Continue reading

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From Lament to Advocacy

The 2020 REA Fall Gathering included a powerful panel discussion of the new book edited by Anne Streaty Wimberly, Nathaniel West, and Annie Lockhart-Gilroy: From Lament to Advocacy: Black Religious Education and Public Ministry (Foundry Books 2020). It was an … Continue reading

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Claremont: Interreligious Ed position

Claremont School of Theology wishes to welcome to their faculty a creative and productive scholar and teacher in Interreligious Education, preferably a person who has experiential grounding in a tradition other than Christianity. The position is full-time and tenured/tenure-track at … Continue reading

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Mary Elizabeth Moore’s “last lecture”

The Boston University School of Theology (STH) presents Dean Mary Elizabeth Moore’s Last Lecture, the final public lecture of her 12-year deanship at STH. A post-lecture conversation on the significance of her lecture and academic work with Boyung Lee and … Continue reading

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USMC: Keenan Chair

The University of St. Michael’s College in the University of Toronto seeks to fill the Keenan Chair in Religious Education. Applications for the chair — rank of assistant, associate, or full — will be accepted until the January 15, 2021 … Continue reading

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