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The Pedagogical Challenge of World Religions: The Craft of Teaching

December 14, 2019 at 12:16 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

SPEAKER 1: Good to see you back there. SPEAKER 2: I suppose we’ll get started here. Feel free to continue getting coffee, getting handouts, signing in, whatever you need to do. I just have a couple of announcements, and then I’ll introduce the session and hand things over to our guests. We’re so happy to

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“The Pedagogical Challenge of World Religions: The Craft of Teaching”

Does community college divert students from four-year degrees?

December 3, 2019 at 10:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

(engaging music) – [Narrator] Seventeen million students were enrolled in four-year colleges in 2017. At the same time, nearly 9 million students were enrolled in public two-year colleges. These two-year colleges—that are known as community colleges— are, for many students, a first step to a four-year degree. In fact, if you take all the students

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“Does community college divert students from four-year degrees?”

Public Lecture by Robert Bellah: “Religion in Human Evolution.”

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[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: Welcome to DivCast from the University of Chicago Divinity School. For more of our podcasts and information about our terms of use, please see our website at Divinity.UChicago.edu/Podcasts. HANS JOAS: Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. I should perhaps, first of all, introduce myself. My name is Hans Joas. I’m a German sociologist

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“Public Lecture by Robert Bellah: “Religion in Human Evolution.””

On Religion

November 30, 2019 at 10:16 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Good morning Hank; it’s Monday. Nerdfighters often ask us if we’re religious, a topic we’ve been reluctant to discuss over the years mostly because the quality of discourse about religion on the internet is…atrocious. That said, many nerdfighters know that a decade ago I worked as a Chaplin at a children’s hospital. And I was

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“On Religion”

Forgiveness in the African American Religious Tradition: Albert Raboteau

November 19, 2019 at 5:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

WALDO E. JOHNSON, JR: Good evening. I’m Waldo Johnson, associate professor here at the School of Social Service Administration and a faculty affiliated with the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture. And I also serve as co-chair of SSA’s Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity Committee. On behalf of the students, alumni, faculty, and

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“Forgiveness in the African American Religious Tradition: Albert Raboteau”

Rachel Carbonara PhD Student in Anthropology and Sociology of Religion

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RACHEL CARBONARA: I am Rachel Carbonara. I am a PhD student in the anthropology and sociology of religion program here in the Divinity School. I study spiritual tourism in South America. I’m focused mostly on Peru and Brazil and right now I’m really focusing on the Cusco region of Peru. So what that means is

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“Rachel Carbonara PhD Student in Anthropology and Sociology of Religion”

How the tech revolution has left communities behind

October 27, 2019 at 7:18 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

(light music) – So, the three pillars are really the pillars that hold up society. On the one hand, there’s the political pillar: the state, government. There is the economic pillar: markets. And then there is the societal or sociological pillar: communities, people, democracy. And together these pillars, essentially, make our society what it is.

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“How the tech revolution has left communities behind”

How to empower communities

September 26, 2019 at 3:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

(light music) – The central, sort of, solution in this book that I want to emphasize is what I call inclusive localism. Now, “localism” is a word for an empowered community. That is, push more decision-making back down to the community, which over the years has migrated up into the state level, into the national

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“How to empower communities”

The Social Work Profession’s Contributions to Community Organization and Development

September 13, 2019 at 3:29 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

now we’re gonna turn we’re gonna turn the discussion now to social works contributions to community practice community organization we have Lorraine gets yes and Larry Gant from the University of Michigan and the discussion is Michael rice from the University of Maryland with that I’ll hand it over to Lorraine so we are Lorraine

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“The Social Work Profession’s Contributions to Community Organization and Development”