Call for Proposals: 2022 Symposium on Education in Muslim Societies

The International Training and Education Program (ITEP) at American University and the Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS) initiative of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) invite submissions of research presentations for the sixth Symposium on Education in Muslim Societies: Implications for Policy, Pedagogy, Training, and Development. The Symposium will be held in a […]

Awakened Schools: A Tapestry of Art, Science & Love

At Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City _______________ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22 ∙ 9AM-6PM | SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23 ∙ 9AM-4PM Bring your voice to a choir of visionary leaders on a unique two day journey of spirited dialogue, unbounded imagination and infinite possibilities.  This year, we are grateful to gather with our ever-expanding community, sharing […]

Call for papers for a special issue of IJED

Special Issue: Faith-based education and development: Opportunities, challenges, and controversies International Journal of Educational Development Guest Editors: Niaz Asadullah ([email protected]) and TJ D’Agostino ([email protected]) Faith-based education has long played a vital role in education systems, particularly in low-and middle income countries, where faith schools have had a persistent and sometimes growing role. Following the MDGs […]

Dar al Islam Teachers’ Institute

The 33rd Teachers’ Institute is from June 19 to July 2, 2022. Our goal is to enable educators to teach about Islam with greater confidence. Participants gain a deeper understanding of the basic tenets of Islam, and see firsthand how Islam works in the daily lives of the program’s Muslim faculty and staff. Through discourse, […]

Critical Perspectives on Religion and Education Series

The series is interested in studies that take seriously the ways in which religion shapes the educational experience and is equally concerned with thinking back through certain religious languages, discourses and practices that might make new kinds of critiques of the educational project differently possible. As such the series is, rhizomatically we might suggest, rooted […]

Call for Editor in Chief

Religion & Education is an international peer-reviewed journal of research and reviews that advance civic understanding and dialogue on issues at the intersections of religion and education in public life. Please see more on the Aims and scope of the journal at this link here. We are looking for a new Editor-in-Chief with an academic background in religion, education, […]

Reimaging Religion in the Public School Classroom

Monday, May 2, 2022, 7-8pm (ET)

John Camardella is a Master of Religion & Public Life Candidate who has authored a collection of resources for public school administrators and educators that challenge many traditional methods of addressing religion in the classroom.

AAR Workshops: What U.S. College Graduates Need to Understand about Religion

The American Academy of Religion (AAR) will host four online workshops, initiating conversations about the fostering of religious literacy on college campuses. Based on the AAR’s “Religious Literacy Guidelines: What U.S. College Graduates Need to Understand about Religion,” the workshops will examine elements of religious literacy that contribute to a basic level of cultural competency […]

Practicing Pluralism: Religion, Culture, and the Arts for Secondary Social Studies & ELAR Educators

Boniuk Institue for Religious Tolerance Presents Summer 2022 Online Religious Literacy Professional Development Series: June 27-30, 2022 Religious literacy, tolerance, and understanding depend on the study and practice of pluralism, from local to global levels, especially as multicultural democracies around the world are under stress. This online professional development course for secondary social studies and […]