Review of “Teaching the Paranormal and the Occult,” Special Issue of Spotlight on Teaching. Edited by Frederick Glennon. Religious Studies News. Atlanta, GA: The American Academy of Religion, 2017

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Abstract

This special issue provides a useful overview of some of the many ways educators can channel pre‐existing student interest in “fringe” topics toward engagement not only with methods and theories in the study of religion, but also with critical thinking, or “critical being,” and scholarly methods more broadly.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherReligious Studies Review
Number of pages1
Volume44
StatePublished - Dec 18 2018

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