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This Conversation was recorded during the final weekend meeting of the participants in the Wabash Center’s Colloquy on Writing the Scholarship of Teaching (2017-2018). Over the previous year, each of the Colloquy participants had been developing their own essay on a topic in the scholarship of teaching religion and theology. The conversation begins with reflections on the scholarly peer review process, but quickly expanded out to debates about the contours of the scholarship on teaching, and the value of this literature – both as an author and a reader – to cultivating a successful teaching practice.
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