In preparation for the premier issue of Teaching Theology & Religion under GTU leadership, the editors are seeking essays of 3000 to 5000 words exploring questions related to the theme of “Interreligious Pedagogy in the Twenty-First Century.” As institutions of higher learning become increasingly interreligious, how are methods of teaching evolving to meet these diverse contexts? How do educators respond to the unique pedagogical challenges and opportunities presented by educational environments of increased religious diversity?
Completed manuscripts for Teaching Theology & Religion (Volume 23, number 1) are due by September 23, 2019, and should be submitted online at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ttr. In addition to feature essays, the journal accepts book reviews, short articles about concrete teaching practices, and reviews of learning pedagogies. All submissions are peer-reviewed. Read the full call for papers here.
Interreligious pedagogy is the first of four “I’s” that will be explored in TTR during 2020, the journal’s first year under GTU leadership. The next three issues will be focused on teaching that is interdisciplinary, international, and that features integrated modalities (technology). For more information, contact coeditors Kyle Schiefelbein-Guerrero and Rebecca Esterson at email@example.com.