Considering whether to teach Christian Globalism at Home?
I'm happy to help! I've put together a quick guide with some ideas about which chapters and companion readings to assign for courses on Global Movements, Humanitarianism, Race & Pluralism, Capitalism & Economy, Religion & Gender, History of Missions, Religion & Politics, and more. I'm happy to speak to your groups and classes too -- in person or on Zoom. Please get in touch.
The quick guide is available for download here:
Not sure what the book's about and want to know more? A talented Concordia student created a 4-minute digital short on the basic theme. Check it out on YouTube:
I regularly offer a variety of undergraduate courses including
Recent graduate seminars include
In autumn 2013, I ran an undergraduate seminar called Religion in the Public Square with the help of Eleni Psarudis, my able teaching assistant. The course was pedagogical laboratory of sorts: we did site visits, mapped a city neighbourhood, used case study method, and created our own projects that addressed issues at Concordia and in Montreal. I have since taught version of that class again, but that first session was very memorable. See components of those projects here.