Monthly Archives: December 2020

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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