Another busy Fall at the Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education. Here are some recent Religious Education faculty and student updates:
Gloria Durka, Professor, GSRRE with Anthony Ozele, Ph.D.(GSRRE ’06), at the International Seminar on Religious Education and Values, (ISREV) held in Ottawa, Canada. At the XVII Session, Prof. Durka was re-elected President of ISREV, a scholarly association of 300 members from 36 different countries. Dr. Ozele delivered a paper entitled, “Re-imagining Religious Education for Social Engagement: Contextualizing Challenges of Inculturation in Sub-saharan Africa).
Myrtle Power, GSRRE Ph.D.’06, presented a collegial paper, “Contemporary Religious Education Curriculum in Catholic Schools in Canada: Hermeneutical Considerations,” at the meeting of the International Seminar on Religious Education and Values (ISREV) in Ottawa, Canada. Dr. Power served as the local convenor of the 2010 ISREV Session which was held July 25-30 at the University of St. Paul where she is Assistant Professor of Religious Education.
Dzintra Ilisko, Ph.D. ’02, addressed a plenary session of the International Seminar on Religious Education and Values at its XVII Session held in Ottawa, Canada. The theme of the Session was Religious Education and Freedom of Religion and Belief. Dr. Dzintra’s address was entitled, “The Quandary of Religious Freedom in a New Democracy in Latvia.”
Friday, October 8, 2010
Religious Education Faculty and Student Updates - Fall 2010
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