Bulletin for the Study of Religion, Vol 47, No 3–4 (2018)

Tips for Teaching. Name It and Disclaim It: A Tool for Better Discussion in Religious Studies

Joseph P. Laycock, Natasha L Mikles
Issued Date: 8 Apr 2019

Abstract


This article proposes a strategy of creating labels for problematic ways doing analysis in religious studies classes. By identifying patterns of weak analysis and naming them, faculty can give students the ability to talk about analysis and become more critical in their approach to religious studies. 

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DOI: 10.1558/bsor.37113

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