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The Wabash Center's Dialogue On Teaching

Dialogue on Teaching, hosted by Nancy Lynne Westfield, Ph.D., is the monthly podcast of The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion. Amplifying the Wabash Center’s mission, the podcast focuses upon issues of teaching and learning in theology and religion within colleges, universities and seminaries. The podcast series will feature dialogues with faculty teaching in a wide range of institutional contexts. The conversation will illumine the teaching life.Webinar Producer: Rachel Mills Sound Engineer: Dr. Paul O. Myhre Original Podcast music by Dr. Paul O. Myhre

Tracks

Episode 167 - Relationship Between Church and Theological Education: Dan Aleshire 45:18 05/17/2022
Episode 166 - Starting from Scratch: Steed Vernyl Davidson 43:17 05/10/2022
Episode 165 - Transforming Fire: Mark Jordan 30:11 04/19/2022
Episode 164 - Accreditation? What? Why?: Dan Aleshire 43:02 04/14/2022
Episode 163 - Teaching in Precarious Time: Courtney Bryant 38:10 04/12/2022
Episode 162 - Community Thriving: Debra Mumford 28:26 03/31/2022
Episode 161 - Teaching as Inclusion: William Yoo 43:44 03/29/2022
Episode 141 - Teaching As An Act of Love: Katherine Turpin 42:38 03/23/2022
Episode 146 - Who is the Learner Born in Year 2000?: Roger S. Nam 31:58 03/22/2022
Episode 160 - Leaders Move Forward, Even in the Fog: Dan Aleshire 32:08 03/10/2022
Episode 159 - Re-building in the Zoom Era: Steed V. Davidson 39:42 03/08/2022
Episode 158 - Online Global Classrooms: Amos Yong 36:52 03/03/2022
Episode 157 - Discussion Groups Improve Teaching: Rich Voelz 30:14 03/01/2022
Episode 156 - Intercultural Dynamics: Anne Carter Walker 32:04 02/22/2022
Episode 75 - Wow! Moments in Teaching: Wil Gafney 25:17 02/10/2022
Episode 155 - The Next Future: Dan Aleshire 41:12 02/08/2022
Episode 131 - Expressions of the Genuine: Amy G. Oden and Shively T.J. Smith 56:54 01/20/2022
Episode 78 - White Surprise: White People Don’t Know About Racism? Melanie Harris & Jennifer Harvey 61:25 01/18/2022
Episode 121 - Recognizing the Sound of the Genuine: Amy G Oden and Shively T.J. Smith 50:28 01/13/2022
Episode 66 - Practices, Embodiments and Performances of Racism on Faculties: Melanie Harris & Jennifer Harvey 62:13 01/11/2022
Episode 137 - Creativity, Imagination, and Fears: Becoming a Generative Scholar: Leah Payne and Roger Nam 57:08 01/06/2022
Episode 132 - Identity and Belonging: Who are you? Whose are you?: Roger Nam and Leah Payne 52:14 01/04/2022
Episode 127 - Exploring Early Career Issues: Roger Nam and Leah Payne 62:26 12/30/2021
Episode *** - Permissions: What is Thriving as a Scholar? Roger Nam & Leah Payne 62:26 12/28/2021
Episode 154 - Imitation Is Not Imagination: Reggie L. Williams 36:32 12/23/2021
Episode 153 - Living What We Teach: Jenna Gray-Hildenbrand 32:53 12/21/2021
Episode 152 - Making the Invisible Visible: Khyati Y. Joshi 30:53 12/16/2021
Episode 151 - Pursuing Global Knowledges: Oscar Garcia-Johnson 31:41 12/14/2021
Episode 150 - Teaching as Coalition Building: Jacqueline Hidalgo 36:29 12/09/2021
Episode 149 - Teaching Hindu Studies: Sailaja Krishnamurti & Shana Sippy 32:12 12/07/2021