Entries tagged with ‘religion’

Blake Couey (Religion)

Blake Couey was interviewed about his book, Reading the Poetry of First Isaiah, for the podcast OnScript: Conversations on Current Biblical Scholarship.

Marcia Bunge (Religion)

Marcia Bunge has co-edited an interdisciplinary collection of essays entitled Nordic Childhoods 1700-1960: From Folk Beliefs to Pippi Longstocking and published by Routledge. The book was part of a major research project on the history of childhood funded by a $1.3 million grant from the Norwegian Research Council and hosted by the University of Oslo. […]

Blake Couey (Religion)

Blake Couey published a chapter in The Bible and Disability: A Commentary (Baylor University Press, 2017).

Sarah Ruble (Religion)

Sarah Ruble published an article “Evangelism, Mission, and Crusade in American Religion,” in The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion.

Thia Cooper (Religion)

Thia Cooper published an opinion piece entitled “What Does Liberty Look Like Now?” in the University of Edinburgh’s Edit magazine, Summer 2017.

Blake Couey (Religion)

Blake Couey presented a paper titled “Poetry, Language, and Statecraft in Isaiah 18” at the Upper Midwest Society of Biblical Literature meeting in Saint Paul on April 1, 2017. The paper is a shortened version of a book chapter that will appear in a forthcoming volume of close readings of biblical poems published by Cambridge […]

Kate Knutson (Political Science) and Sarah Ruble (Religion)

Kate Knutson and Sarah Ruble led a session at the 36th Annual Conference of the First Year Experience. The session was entitled “Using Peer Mentors for Advising in the First-Term Seminar” and focused on recent efforts at Gustavus to improve advising outcomes by incorporating peer mentors into FTS classes and developing an advising curriculum.

Thia Cooper (Religion)

Thia Cooper gave the keynote address in Leuven, Belgium, at the Omnes Gentes Conference on Religion, Development and Liberation, at the Catholic University of Leuven. Her talk was titled: Rethinking Development and Liberation for the 21st Century.

William Dean, 1990 Carlson Award Winner, Religion Department

William Dean The Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching was established at Gustavus Adolphus College in 1971. In granting this award annually at graduation, we, together as students, alumni, faculty and administrators, celebrate the goal of this college in expanding and enhancing our intellectual abilities, and we celebrate the essential influence of distinguished teaching […]

Robert Esbjornson, 1979 Carlson Award Winner, Religion Department

Robert Esbjornson The Edgar M. Carlson Award for Innovative Teaching was established by the Board of Trustees of Gustavus Adolphus College to honor Dr. Edgar Carlson for his years of distinguished leaderĀ­ ship as president and in recognition of his commitment to academic excellence. Each year, as a result of a nomination process involving faculty, […]