Dr. Greg Spencer, Westmont College, Free Webinar, “Essential Questions in Faith and Communication, no. 8,” Tues., August 30, moderated by Mark Fackler

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Greetings, colleagues and friends. Please join the Christianity and Communication Studies Network (CCSN) (https://www.theccsn.com), Dr. Mark Fackler (moderator), and Dr. Greg Spencer (Ph.D., University of Oregon), Professor of Communication Studies, Westmont College, for the next installment in the “Essential Questions in Faith and Communication” webinar series on Tuesday, August 30, 6:30-7:30 pm EST. This webinar is free and open to …

Dr. Gerald Mast, Bluffton University, Free Webinar, “Essential Questions in Faith and Communication,” Tuesday, August 23, moderated by Mark Fackler

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Greetings, colleagues and friends. Please join the Christianity and Communication Studies Network (CCSN) (https://www.theccsn.com), Dr. Mark Fackler (moderator), and Dr. Gerald Mast (Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh), Professor of Communication, Bluffton University, for the next installment in the “Essential Questions in Faith and Communication” webinar series on Tuesday, August 23, 8-9 pm EST. This webinar is free and open to the …

New Blog Post, “Practicing a Theatrical Hermeneutic in Teaching and Performance” (by Paul Patton)

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Please check out ccsn’s latest guest blogger, Dr. Paul Patton, and his reflections on “Practicing a Theatrical Hermeneutic in Teaching and Performance,” available here: Practicing a Theatrical Hermeneutic in Teaching and Performance (by Paul Patton) Dr. Patton is also hosting a live webinar event on the same subject on Tuesday, July 19, 8-9 pm. You may read more here: https://www.theccsn.com/exploring-the-use-of-a-theatrical-hermeneutic-in-teaching-and-performance/ …

New Blog Post, Teaching the “Dark Side” of Communication, Part 3: The How (by Jeremy Osborn)

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Please check out this third and final installment from June’s CCSN guest blogger, Dr. Jeremy Osborn: Teaching the “Dark Side” of Communication, Part 3: The How (by Jeremy Osborn) For interested readers, Part 1 is here: https://www.theccsn.com/a-backward-design-approach-to-the-integration-of-faith-and-learning-part-1/ Part 2 is here: https://www.theccsn.com/teaching-the-dark-side-of-communication-part-2-the-what-and-why/ Peace, Robert

Religious Communication Awards CALL 2016

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Religious Communication Association 2016 Call for Book, Article & Dissertation Award The Religious Communication Association (RCA) is accepting nominations for its annual outstanding Book, Article, & Dissertation awards.   RCA Book Award: The RCA grants the Book Award for the outstanding scholarly book on religious communication published between May 2015 and May 2016. Those wishing to nominate a book for the award should send four copies of the …

New Blog Post, Analogies: Cultivating a “Thick” Strategy for Thinking Christianly about Communication (Part 4, Final), Dr. Naaman Wood

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Please check out Dr. Naaman Wood’s latest (and final) blog post on integrating Christianity and communication studies, Part 4. Analogies: Cultivating a “Thick” Strategy for Thinking Christianly about Communication (Part 4, Final) For interested readers, Part 1 is here: https://www.theccsn.com/analogies-cultivating-a-thick-strategy-for-thinking-christianly-about-communication-part-1/ Part 2 is here: https://www.theccsn.com/analogies-cultivating-a-thick-strategy-for-thinking-christianly-about-communication-part-2/ Part 3 is here: https://www.theccsn.com/analogies-cultivating-a-thick-strategy-for-thinking-christianly-about-communication-part-3/ Peace, Robert

New Blog Post, Analogies: Cultivating a “Thick” Strategy for Thinking Christianly about Communication (Part 3), Dr. Naaman Wood

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Check out Dr. Naaman Woods’ latest blog post on integrating Christianity and communication studies. Part 3. https://www.theccsn.com/analogies-cultivating-a-thick-strategy-for-thinking-christianly-about-communication-part-2-2/ For interested readers, Part 1 is here: https://www.theccsn.com/analogies-cultivating-a-thick-strategy-for-thinking-christianly-about-communication-part-1/ Part 2 is here: https://www.theccsn.com/analogies-cultivating-a-thick-strategy-for-thinking-christianly-about-communication-part-2/ Peace, Robert