Teaching in Changing Contexts
Call for Papers
2,000 word essay
Due June 15, 2020
The inaugural issue of the journal published two “status of the field” essays that identified broad trends in society and in higher education that are impacting how we teach religion and theology.
- "Teaching Religion to Undergraduates in the 2020s: A Preliminary Reconnaissance,"
by Eugene V. Gallagher and Joanne Maguire
- "Living and Teaching When Change is the New Normal: Trends in Theological Education and the Impact on Teaching and Learning"
by Frank Yamada
The Wabash Center Journal on Teaching is seeking short (2000 word) essays that takes one of the trends or factors identified in the essays , or another that you think is equally important, and analyzes a specific example of how this trend has impacted the design of one of your courses or a teaching strategy that you have developed.
Deadline for Submissions: June 15, 2020
Send manuscripts, inquires or questions, to:
Editor, Wabash Center Journal on Teaching
We encourage authors to take advantage of the open-access digital medium by linking to or embedding web-based tools, resources, graphics, and photos, as appropriate.