Interreligous Pedagogy : Reflections and Applications in Honor of Judith A. Berling.

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Full title: Interreligous Pedagogy : Reflections and Applications in Honor of Judith A. Berling.
Main author: Park, Jung Eun Sophia.
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Other authors: Wu, Emily S.
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505 0 |a Intro -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2 Teaching and Learning Religion with Nones: An Application of Judith Berling's Pedagogy -- Abstract -- Who Are the Nones? -- Epistemology of Other Religions -- Teaching Religions in the Classroom -- Possible New Teaching Model -- Closing Remarks -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3 Crossing Disciplines: Beyond Religious Studies and the Health Sciences -- Abstract -- References -- Chapter 4 Crossing Boundaries with Narratives: Making Space with Oral History in Community Service-Learning -- Abstract -- The Importance of Creating an Open and Safe Space -- Decentering the Academic vs. Community Dynamic -- Getting Out of the Way as a Practice of Cultural Humility -- Oral History in the Vietnamese American Community -- Threads of Learning and Empowerment -- Final Thoughts -- References -- Chapter 5 Interreligious Education for the Millennial Generation -- Abstract -- Dialoguing with Other Religious Worlds -- Drawing in the Millennial in the Religious Studies Classroom -- Taking Risks -- Kinesthetic Learning -- Wild Card Sessions -- Student-Centered Collaborative Learning -- Concluding Thoughts -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6 Imprints of Hope from the Global Co-learning Classroom -- Abstract -- Collaborative Teaching -- Pilgrimage to Angel Island -- Pilgrimage to Manzanar -- Motivation and Preparation -- The Journey -- Return and Promise -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7 Critical Engagement: Integrating Spirituality and "Wisdom Sharing" into Higher Education Curriculum Development -- Abstract -- Spirituality and Wisdom as a Common Thread -- Pedagogical Tools for Curriculum Development -- Mediating Language -- A Bi-focal View -- Accountability -- Conclusion -- Bibliography. 
505 8 |a Chapter 8 Frames and Metaphors for Interreligious Dialog and the Interdisciplinary Study of Religion -- Abstract -- Defining Metaphor and Frame -- Beginning with Blocks and the Purple Book -- Sesame Street and the Logic of Frames and Metaphors -- Back to the Seminar -- Signpost: Frames and Metaphors Ahead -- Berling's Picture "Frame" Model vs Fillmore's Frames -- Using Frame Analysis to Explore the Balanced Model -- Variation on Balance: Binocularity -- Thematic Overlapping Model -- Weaving Model -- Problem-based Model -- Borrowing: Related Subframe of Problem-Solving -- The Paris Café/Emerging Conversation Model -- Containers and Spatial Frames-The Topographical, Spatial Models -- Orientations, Homes, Journeys, and Map-making -- Bibliography -- Chapter 9 Concluding Reflections -- Abstract -- Bibliography -- Index. 
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