Response: American Indian Religious Traditions and the Academic Study of Religion: A Response to Sam Gill
- Response: American Indian religious traditions and the academic study of religion. Irwin, Lee // Journal of the American Academy of Religion;Winter98, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p887
Responds to several critical issues raised in the debate between Christopher Jocks and Sam Gill on the study and teaching of Native American religions. Relocation of the center of academic studies at margins where members of distinctive cultural communities intersect with members of other...
- Rejoinder to Christopher Jocks. Gill, Sam // Journal of the American Academy of Religion;Spring97, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p177
Responds to Christopher Jocks' critique of the author's article on the academic study of religion. Author's claim that his subject is religion as a generic category, not American Indian religious traditions.
- Sacred Words: A Study of Navajo Religion and Prayer. Loudon, M. // World Literature Today;Winter83, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p155
Reviews the book "Sacred Words: A Study of Navajo Religion and Prayer," by Sam D. Gill.
- Lessons for religious studies in Waco? Strenski, Ivan // Journal of the American Academy of Religion;Fall93, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p567
Discusses the relevance of the Waco massacre to the study of religion. Social aspects of religious scholarship; Comparisons between syndicated columnists and academics; Need for scrutiny of religious studies' attitudes.
- Rhetoric, pedagogy, and the study of religions. Miller, Richard B.; Patton, Laurie L. // Journal of the American Academy of Religion;Fall94, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p819
Discusses the lack of a vocabulary for addressing philosophical dimensions of teaching in the study of religion. Religious ethics; Comparative history of religions; Theology.
- Postscript. Williams, Raymond Brady // Journal of the American Academy of Religion;Winter97, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p851
Focuses on the future of the academic study of religion in North America. Detailed information on teaching.
- Symposium: God in the academy. Marsden, George M.; Neusner, Jacob // Academic Questions;Spring96, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p10
Presents the views of five academics who support the view that greater role of faith or belief in God in the university would be beneficial. Includes the view of George M. Marsden, history professor at the University of Notre Dame; Jacob Neusner, religious studies professor at the University of...
- EDUCATION. // National Catholic Reporter;3/7/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 18, p27
Provides information on a religious educational course which will be offered in San Rafael, California on June 9-20, 2003.
- EDUCATION. // National Catholic Reporter;3/7/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 18, p28
Provides information on a religious educational course which will be offered in New Jersey on August 25-November 16, 2003.