Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Media and the Message: Doing a Dissertation in the Digital Age

by Jack Tsonis Emily Bailey’s recent piece on the pedagogical challenges that surround new technologies got me thinking about another aspect of scholarship and technology, one that I have often reflected on over my four years as a doctoral student: … Continue reading

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Zombie Jesus Day: When Labels (Re-)Make Reality

By Philip L. Tite Over the Easter weekend, I heard a story of a young child at a local school discussing the Easter holidays with her friends. The holiday that her family celebrates, she said, is actually called Zombie Jesus … Continue reading

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Bulletin Blog Call for Contributors

The Bulletin’s Blog is currently looking for new contributors that add to its roster. The Bulletin posts pieces that address questions of religion in general, particularly issues dealing with the history of the field, method and theory and pedagogical practices. … Continue reading

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