Looking for the latest books on teaching and learning?
Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion now has an online journal Reflective Teaching, with short reviews of newly-published books spanning a wide range of topics, including many outside the fields of religious studies and theology.
Visit the site to see a review on civic engagement in service learning by our Associate Dean, Dr. Liora Gubkin (Professor of Religious Studies).
The CSUB Ethics Bowl team is in the news again! Check out the article in the Tehachapi News.
English professor, Dr. Bob Carlisle presented "A Motif Index for the Vampire" at the Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society in Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 19, 2017.
Congratulations to Dr. Stafford Betty (Professor of Religious Studies) who has signed a contract with a British publisher (John Hunt) for his new novel, THE WAR FOR ISLAM.
Here is a sneak preview of the novel's description.
The world's future hangs in the balance as the religion of peace struggles against its violent counterfeit. Radical Islamists covering the globe are killing, burning, and bombing in an extravagant display of well-coordinated force designed to terrorize humanity out of its “godless slumber.”
The setting begins in New York City, the year 2090. The war stretches out to 2150, when the Caliphate’s ideology is finally defeated and the war for the soul of Islam is won by the other side under the leadership of the novel's heroes.
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