Category Archives: Housekeeping

Pedagogical Exercises and Theories of Practice

We are pleased to announce a new issue of the Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory on “Pedagogical Exercises and Theories of Practice.” Bringing together scholars from philosophy, theology, the study of religion, and anthropology, this issue examines both the … Continue reading

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Hi

Thanks for the welcome, Nathan. And thanks for the invite, Craig—it’s nice to be here. Just by way of a quick introduction: I am a Ph.D. candidate and part-time lecturer at the University of Otago, New Zealand, in the area … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Hi and welcome! I’m Craig Martin; I’m an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at St. Thomas Aquinas College, and the Editor of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion. My area of study is hard to describe; I’ve published on … Continue reading

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Welcome, from the blog janitor

Greetings, and thanks for visiting the Religion Bulletin blog site. I’m Nathan Rein. I teach religious studies at Ursinus College, a small but much-beloved institution in Collegeville, PA, and by training I’m a historian of the Protestant Reformation. I also … Continue reading

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