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2014 Annual Meeting
Join us in Chicago where we will gather to engage the theme, "Religion and Education in the (Un)Making of Violence." Visit the 2014 Conference website for more information.
Recent news from around the field...
- Journal of Research on Christian Education Manuscript: Guidelines for Book Reviews (conclusion) (posted on 9 December 2013)
As a heading to the review, give full bibliographic information on the book, including the number of pages, price, and form of book—hard cover or paperback. Review should be 1000 to 1500 words. At 300 words per page, an approximate equivalent to 3 to 5 double– spaced, word-processed pages. At the end of your review, please provide ...
- JRCE Editorial Contact Information: (posted on 9 December 2013)
Larry D. Burton, Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief Professor of Curriculum & Instruction Andrews University firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 269–471-6080 269–471-3465 Christon Arthur, Ph.D. Guest Editor, Focus on Emerging Scholars Dean of Graduate Studies and Research Andrews University email@example.com 269–471-0640 Linda B. Caviness, Ph.D. JRCE Book Review Editor Professor & Chair, Department of Curriculum & Instruction La Sierra University firstname.lastname@example.org 951–785-2203
- Journal of Research on Christian Education: Call for Manuscripts for Special Issues (posted on 9 December 2013)
Special Issue #1: Focus on Emerging Scholars Manuscript submission deadline: February 15, 2014 The Journal of Research on Christian Education (JRCE) announces a call for manuscripts for a special themed issue: Focus on Emerging Scholars. We invite graduate students and early career scholars (those who received their PhD within the past 5 years) who conduct educational research in ...
- Fellowship Opportunity: Engaged Scholars Program (posted on 9 December 2013)
The Congregational Studies Team is pleased to announce the availability of Fellowships* to support scholars who are interested in disciplined inquiry into the life of local communities of faith in North America. These 18-month fellowships include $18,000 in research support, plus $2,000 for related travel. In addition, Fellowships include a program of mentoring by a ...
- Thomas H. Groome, Ph.D. and Harold (Bud) D. Horell, Ph.D. (posted on 30 November 2013)
Dr. Thomas H. Groome and Dr. Harold (Bud) D. Horell have worked together over the years. It was good to see them both at the REA Annual Meeting 2013 in Boston. Thank you Tom and Bud for your esteemed contributions to the field of Religious Education.
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