The Wabash Center's Dialogue On Teaching

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.... Show More

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In episode 2 of Dialogue on Teaching, Wabash Center Director Dr. Nancy Lynne Westfield talks with Latinx professors of higher education as they discuss their perspectives on race critical consciousness and essentialism. Guests include Dr. Efrain Agosto (New York Theological Seminary), Dr. Gregory L Cuéllar (Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary), and Dr. Teresa Delgado (Iona College).

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The first episode of the Wabash Center’s podcast, Dialogue On Teaching, hosted by Director Nancy Lynne Westfield.  Guests on this episode include Brian Bantum (Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary), Willie Jennings (Yale Divinity School), Deb Mullen (Columbia Theological Seminary), and Evelyn Parker (Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University). The group discusses race critical consciousness in societ... Read more

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