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From cloister to commons : concepts and models for service-learning in religious studies / Richard Devine, Joseph A. Favazza, and F. Michael McLain, volume editors.

Contributor(s): Devine, Richard J, 1929- | Favazza, Joseph A, 1954- | McLain, F. Michael, (Frederick Michael) | Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion.
Material type: TextTextSeries: AAHE's series on service-learning in the disciplines. Publisher: Washington, DC : American Association for Higher Education, c2002Description: viii, 199 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1563770547; 1563770059 (set).Subject(s): Religion -- Study and teaching (Higher) | Theology -- Study and teaching (Higher) | Student service | Community and college
Contents:
Service-learning and the dilemma of religious studies: descriptive or normative? / Fred Glennon -- Creating the engaged university: service-learning, religious studies, and institutional mission / Charles R. Strain -- Making meaning: reflections on community, service, and learning / Keith Morton -- On en/countering the other / Elisabeth M. Bounds, Barbara A.B. Patterson, and Tina Pippin -- Service-learning and community partnerships: curricula of mutuality / Peter M. Antoci and Sandra K. Smith Speck -- Expanding the horizon of engagement: prioneering work at the University of Denver / M. Elizabeth Blissman -- Toward an assessment-based approach to service-learning course design / Thomas G. McGowan -- Service-learning in an introduction to theology course / Robert Masson -- "God and human suffering" as a service-learning course / Chris Johnson -- Religion and social engagement: labor and business ethics / John Leahy and Kim Bobo -- Making a difference with service-learning: Christian ethics and modern problems / Walter H. Schuman -- The interweaving of "world religions" and service-learning in a community college setting / Raj Ayyar -- The role of service-learning in the transformation of "Islam: faith and practice" / Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus -- The history and religion of ancient Israel: an introductory course to the Hebrew Bible / Bradley D. Dudley -- Fieldwork in the Jewish community / Terry Smith Hatkoff -- Print and electronic resource guide.
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"Published in cooperation with the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion."

Includes bibliographical references.

Service-learning and the dilemma of religious studies: descriptive or normative? / Fred Glennon -- Creating the engaged university: service-learning, religious studies, and institutional mission / Charles R. Strain -- Making meaning: reflections on community, service, and learning / Keith Morton -- On en/countering the other / Elisabeth M. Bounds, Barbara A.B. Patterson, and Tina Pippin -- Service-learning and community partnerships: curricula of mutuality / Peter M. Antoci and Sandra K. Smith Speck -- Expanding the horizon of engagement: prioneering work at the University of Denver / M. Elizabeth Blissman -- Toward an assessment-based approach to service-learning course design / Thomas G. McGowan -- Service-learning in an introduction to theology course / Robert Masson -- "God and human suffering" as a service-learning course / Chris Johnson -- Religion and social engagement: labor and business ethics / John Leahy and Kim Bobo -- Making a difference with service-learning: Christian ethics and modern problems / Walter H. Schuman -- The interweaving of "world religions" and service-learning in a community college setting / Raj Ayyar -- The role of service-learning in the transformation of "Islam: faith and practice" / Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus -- The history and religion of ancient Israel: an introductory course to the Hebrew Bible / Bradley D. Dudley -- Fieldwork in the Jewish community / Terry Smith Hatkoff -- Print and electronic resource guide.

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