Monthly Archives: February 2019

DEI Director, Luther Seminary

Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota is seeking a Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for an initial two year contract. More details are available online.

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CFP for Bloomsbury Handbook on Religious Education in the Global South

The Bloomsbury Handbook of Religious Education in the Global South is seeking chapter proposals. They define the Global South as including the following regions: Africa, Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean. The call for chapter proposals invites educationists, … Continue reading

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DRE Fort Benning, GA

A position description has just been posted for a full-time director of religious education at the Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCOE), Fort Benning, GA. More details available online.

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IIIT’s Call for Research Proposals

IIIT’s Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS) is an initiative whose empirical research goal is to promote socio-emotional learning and value-based education in Muslim communities in North America and around the globe. AEMS empirical research follows a three- year cycle … Continue reading

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CFP for THEOCOM19

The call for papers has just been issued for THEOCOM 19, which is an annual symposium-style gathering of theologians and other scholars around the topics of digital culture and communication. This summer, July 21-23, it will focus on how faith … Continue reading

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REA Board statement on REA2018

Today the Board of the Religious Education Association has issued a formal statement on feedback received in relation to REA Annual Meeting 2018.

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New ecumenical studies degree at Bonn

Bert Roebben, past-president and program chair of the REA, is pleased to announce a new degree in ecumenical studies that his university — Universität Bonn — is offering. We rejoice with him in this new learning opportunity!

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News from the Philippines

Rito Baring of De La Salle University in the Philippines sent several notices about his recent publications relevant for our ongoing discussion of religiosity among young people, as well an invitation to speak at the upcoming Conference in Catechesis and … Continue reading

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Research Study on Navigating Conversations about Race: Invitation to Participants at REA 2018 Who Teach in Catholic Higher Education

Steffano Montano, a PhD candidate at Boston College, is seeking research participants for his study on the ways that theological educators navigate difficult conversations about race in their classrooms. He invites those teaching at Catholic colleges, universities and theologates, who … Continue reading

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“To Serve the People of God”: A Contemporary Theology of the Priesthood

A two-year seminar sponsored by Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry pursued in-depth research and conversation to forge a contemporary theology of ministry and priesthood. It resulted in a document, “To Serve the People of God,” published in Origins … Continue reading

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