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10 Wednesday Jun 2020
17 Friday Apr 2020
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Here is my latest for Wabash Center on “Social Media in the Classroom”. I participated in a Digital Media Workshop at Wabash Center. So it is a joy to write a new post for Wabash Center.
I have written a few more. You can read them all here. Continue reading
09 Thursday May 2019
Clifton Clarke, colonialism, Fuller Theological Seminary, Graham Hill, Healing Our Broken Humanity, mission, Nicholas Grier, Panel, pedagogy
I look forward to being on a panel, “Troubling Pedagogical Waters” with Drs. Nicolas Grier and Clifton Clarke at Fuller Theological Seminary.
I will also be speaking to PhD Intercultural Studies students during a brown bag luncheon at Fuller Theological Seminary on Wednesday, May 15, 2019.
18 Saturday Aug 2018
Asian Christianity, Asian Christianity in Diaspora, book series, Emily S. Wu, Interreligious Dialogue, Jung Eun Sophia Park, palgrave macmillan, pedagogy
The latest book in our series “Asian Christianity in the Diaspora” is Interreligous Pedagogy: Reflections and Applications in Honor of Judith A. Berling.
Please do order it for your libraries! Continue reading
12 Sunday Nov 2017
Saturday ‐ 11:30 AM‐1:00 PM
Hynes Convention Center‐303 (Third Level)
Co‐sponsored by the Wabash Center and the AAR & SBL Student Advisory Board Continue reading
13 Friday Feb 2015
The American Academy of Religion (AAR) paper proposals are Due March 2, 2015. Consider submitting a proposal to The Women of Color Scholarship, Teaching, and Activism Group.