Tag Archives: Kate Daley-Bailey

Interested Descriptions

by Russell McCutcheon * This post originally appeared on the Culture on the Edge blog. Editor’s note: This past Monday’s piece, entitled “Definitions are Never Innocent” by Kate Daley-Bailey, was a response to this post by Russell McCutcheon, which we … Continue reading

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On Maps and Territories: Some Thoughts on Confronting the World Religions Paradigm

by Matt Sheedy In a recent blog post, Steven Ramey discusses his own teaching strategy of assigning and analyzing a traditional “world religions” textbook when teaching an introductory course. As he writes, The textbook represents one version of the common … Continue reading

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