Social Justice and Civic Engagement
Welcome to the Wabash Center's blog series:
Teaching for Social Justice and Civic Engagement
- What methods and strategies are effective for teaching against Islamophobia?
- How does one engage difficult questions about social justice in contemporary classrooms?
- What have I learned about student learning as it relates to the topic?
- What are important considerations when designing courses and teaching in relation to questions of social justice and civic engagement?
- How are faculty able to engage in questions of student formation as they intersect social justice and civic engagement?
- What fosters or impedes student learning for social justice and civic engagement?
- What discoveries have you made as a teacher about the issues you routinely face in teaching for social justice and civic engagement?
Instructions for blog writers and vlog makers:
The instructions are focused on written blogs, yet the same principles apply to vlog creation as well.
- Honorarium: Writers will be provided with a $100 honorarium for each blog or vlog post that is published on the Wabash Center website.
- Send blogs or vlogs and questions to: Dr. P. Kimberleigh Jordan, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In a seminary setting with a daily rule of prayer, students and professors can easily fall into a trap of distinguishing between teaching students how to advocate for justice in the “real world” and the “in-church” liturgy of prayer and worship of seminary life. At times, the liturgical rhythms might ...
At Nashotah House Theological Seminary, a crucial element of our participation in the seminary’s Anglo-Catholic tradition is the student body and faculty’s regular presence at morning prayer, mass, and sung even-song. In the seminary’s beautiful chapel, surrounded by stained glass and hand-carved wooden statues, we sit in ...
I teach a course on the ethics of world religions which takes a narrative approach. Rather than just focusing on the text and tenets of religions in relationship to ethics, the course also highlights the life stories of “exemplars” from various religious perspectives. These have included civil rights activist Malcolm ...
I am consumed by grief. At home in Brazil, the situation is horrendous and bodies are piling up, as it was here in the US last year. We will soon surpass 3 million deaths around the world due to COVID-19. People who lived their lives in so many ways. So many ...
Like higher education in general, religious or theological education also pursues forming and informing not only religious leaders but also responsible citizens. The concept of citizenship here is not necessarily understood in legal terms. In this time of globalization, we need to consider what global citizenship means. While globalization brought ...