Download teaching african american religions aar teaching religious studies in pdf or read teaching african american religions aar teaching religious studies in pdf online books in PDF, EPUB and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get teaching african american religions aar teaching religious studies in pdf book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.



Teaching African American Religions

Author: Carolyn M. Jones
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 019516797X
Size: 64.31 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 1998
Download and Read
The variety & complexity of its traditions make African American religion a difficult topic to teach at undergraduate level. The essays in this volume offer practical, innovative ways to teach this subject in a variety of settings.

Teaching Religion And Healing

Author: Linda L. Barnes
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195176445
Size: 41.39 MB
Format: PDF
View: 6537
Download and Read
The study of medicine and healing traditions is well developed in the discipline of anthropology. Most religious studies scholars, however, continue to assume that "medicine" and "biomedicine" are one and the same and that when religion and medicine are mentioned together, the reference is necessarily either to faith healing or bioethics. Scholars of religion also have tended to assume that religious healing refers to the practices of only a few groups, such as Christian Scientists and pentecostals. Most are now aware of the work of physicians who attempt to demonstrate positive health outcomes in relation to religious practice, but few seem to realize the myriad ways in which healing pervades virtually all religious systems. This volume is designed to help instructors incorporate discussion of healing into their courses and to encourage the development of courses focused on religion and healing. It brings together essays by leading experts in a range of disciplines and addresses the role of healing in many different religious traditions and cultural communities. An invaluable resource for faculty in anthropology, religious studies, American studies, sociology, and ethnic studies, it also addresses the needs of educators training physicians, health care professionals, and chaplains, particularly in relation to what is referred to as "cultural competence" - the ability to work with multicultural and religiously diverse patient populations.

Black Theology Essays On Global Perspectives

Author: Dwight N. Hopkins
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1532608225
Size: 49.92 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 7005
Download and Read
Since its start in 1966, black liberation theology in the United States has continually engaged international developments with Africa and the entire world. But after Nelson Mandela was released from prison in February 1990, there has been an almost twenty-year break in books on black theology and international affairs. Black Theology--Essays on Global Perspectives bridges that post-1990 gap and makes a vital contact with Africa again. This book conceptualizes black theology to take on the global reconfigurations and opportunities brought about by the rapidly shrinking earth of fast-paced, worldwide contacts. In other words, in the specificity of the genealogy of black theology, we need to reforge ties with Africa. This claim is based on tradition. And in the generality of the larger worldwide intertwining of technologies and economics, we need a new type of black theological leadership for the twenty-first century. This claim is based on today's international challenges. The essays in this book draw on tradition and point forward in the midst of today's worldwide challenges and favorable possibilities, given the closeness of all nations and the varieties of cultures.

Teaching Religion And Violence

Author: Brian K. Pennington
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195372425
Size: 50.61 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 4622
Download and Read
Teaching Religion and Violence is designed to help instructors to equip students to think critically about religious violence, particularly in the multicultural classroom.

African American Female Mysticism

Author: Joy R. Bostic
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137375051
Size: 29.26 MB
Format: PDF
View: 4903
Download and Read
African-American Female Mysticism: Nineteenth Century Religious Activism is an important book-length treatment of African-American female mysticism. The primary subjects of this book are three icons of black female spirituality and religious activism - Jarena Lee, Sojourner Truth, and Rebecca Cox Jackson.

Teaching Undergraduate Research In Religious Studies

Author: Bernadette McNary-Zak
Publisher: OUP USA
ISBN: 0199732868
Size: 79.81 MB
Format: PDF
View: 836
Download and Read
Teaching Undergraduate Research in Religious Studies offers an introduction to the philosophy and practice of Undergraduate Research in Religious Studies and takes up several significant ongoing questions related to it. For those new to Undergraduate Research, it provides an overview of fundamental issues and pedagogical questions and practical models for application in the classroom. For seasoned mentors, the book acts as a dialogue partner on emerging issues and offers insight into pertinent questions in the field based on experience of recognized experts.