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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Table of Contents:
  • 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.
  • 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.