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PPT from Tsafrir Goldberg

Tsafrir Goldberg from the University of Haifa in Israel graciously agreed to have us post his slides from the plenary presentation he made. You can find them here.

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Getting underway!

Our meeting is about to launch! A couple of quick notes to remember: our first plenary begins at 8:30 am (that is earlier than usual), and is given over to the Kairos Blanket Exercise. Please remember that you will be … Continue reading

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Business Meeting preparation

Make sure to read all of the materials for the business meeting which will happen on Saturday evening, following the reception. This page will be updated regularly as new reports are prepared!

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Plenary 5: Science and religion education in divided societies

By way of evoking your interest, we are going to post brief abstracts of some of the plenary panelists for our upcoming meeting in Toronto. Here is a glimpse of what Dr. Sybrina Atwaters, Director, OMED: Educational Services, Georgia Tech … Continue reading

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Plenary 3: Disrupting the consequences of difficult histories through education

By way of evoking your interest, we are going to post brief abstracts of some of the plenary panelists for our upcoming meeting in Toronto. Here is a glimpse of what Dr. Magdalena Gross, Senior research associate, Center to Support … Continue reading

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Plenary 3: Disrupting the consequences of difficult histories through education

By way of evoking your interest, we are going to post brief abstracts of some of the plenary panelists for our upcoming meeting in Toronto. Here is a glimpse of what Dr. Tsafrir Goldberg, in the Department. of Learning, Instruction … Continue reading

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Plenary 3: Disrupting the consequences of histories through education

By way of evoking your interest, we are going to post brief abstracts of some of the plenary panelists for our upcoming meeting in Toronto. Here is a glimpse of what Dr. Greer Anne Wenh-In Ng, Emerita professor of religious … Continue reading

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Preparing for REA2019

Excitement is building as we approach REA Annual Meeting 2019, next week in Toronto. We have a number of things we’d like to share in advance. First, we extend love and prayers to our program chair, Dr. Hanan Alexander, who … Continue reading

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Slate of nominees

Vice-President and 2021 Program Chair Patrick Reyes currently serves as Senior Director at the Forum for Theological Exploration, where his portfolio includes oversight of organizational thought leadership, research, and annual grant funding. In this role, he collaborates and works with … Continue reading

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A Toronto Walking Tour

Two PhD students from the Toronto School of Theology (Marie Green and Eser Kim) have volunteered to lead a walking tour of the University of Toronto and nearby environs. They’ve put together a lovely guide to things you might like … Continue reading

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