This Special Issue (SI) explores the theoretical and practical implications of integrating technology in religious and moral education, teaching about religion and ethics, and other initiatives for fostering religious literacy.
This issue will explore how and to what degree religious diversity is being taught in K-12 social studies classrooms and included in official school curricula and teacher education programs.
Call for Manuscripts: White Christian Nationalism and Contemporary Education: Implications for Theory, Policy, and Practice
Special Issue for Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies—
White Christian Nationalism and Contemporary Education: Implications for Theory, Policy, and Practice
This Special Issue (SI) of the British Journal of Religious Education (BJRE) interrogates how Religious Education (RE), as an academic subject, engages with debates on genders, sexualities and religion, including non-religious stances.
Interreligious Studies Press, an imprint of the Journal of Interreligious Studies, co-published by Hebrew College, Boston University School of Theology, and Hartford Seminary, seeks to produce an edited collection of essays concerning curricular, co-curricular, and extra-curricular interreligious/interfaith engagement in secondary education and community youth organizations.