We are excited to share the conference program for the next Annual Meeting of the STCP, taking place July 23 and 24, 2015, at Drake University (Des Moines, Iowa). Please check the blog for a recap of the events!
July 23, 10 to 12: Panel presentations
- Jeremy Henkel A Buddhist Theory of Moral Sentiments?
- Aaron Creller Interdisciplinary Bookending: Using Questions to Integrate Inquiries in Cross-Listed Comparative Courses
- Amy Donahue Teaching Asian Philosophies and Religions Decolonially
- Kevin DeLapp Cultivating the Impossible Black Tulip
1:30: Panel presentations, continued
- Sarah Mattice Religions or Traditions: Problematizing the Category of 'Religion' through Field Work in China
2 to 3: Special Session on The Comparison Project with Tim Knepper
3:30 to 5: Keynote Session with Jennifer McCrickerd
- The Science and Psychology of Learning: Understanding How Our Students (and We) Learn
July 24, 9 to 12:30: Workshops
- Teaching Tactics with Sarah Mattice and Aaron Creller
- Syllabus Design with Amy Donahue and Jeremy Henkel
- Teaching Religious Texts in Translation with Gereon Kopf
1:30 to 3: Keynote Session with Erin McCarthy
- Contemplative Education and the Practice of Comparative Studies
3:30 to 5: Keynote Session with Ben Lukey
- p4c Hawaii and the Development of Inquiry-Based Teaching in Philosophy and Religion Classrooms
The STCP is grateful to Drake University's Center for the Humanities and the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion, located at Wabash College and fully funded by Lilly Endowment Inc., for their generous support, which has made our conference possible.