People in the U.S. are not very good at being in conflict. This is because, among other reasons, we are not taught about conflict. One of the consistent comments in the evaluations for my undergraduate […]
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Nurturing Relationship and Transforming Dialogue in Academia
Academia. It can feel like a world of competition, self-promotion, hierarchical rituals such as sitting in rows and hand-raising, racing to publish, and pervasive workaholism and point-proving. Indeed, our work as theologians and ethicists is critical to […]
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