The Teaching and Practice of Relgion in Higher Education

Citation: 
Durbin, William, Kimberly Long, Kathleen Mahoney and John Schmalzbauer. “The Teaching and Practice of Relgion in Higher Education.” IUPUI Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture web site. Last revised January 25, 2000. http://www.iupui.edu/~raac/html/research.html (October 2, 2000).
Abstract: 

Research associates of the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture developed several online annotated bibliographies as part of a study to examine the teaching of religion at a variety of American institutions of higher education. The bibliographies contain entries for books, journal articles, dissertations, edited volumes and videocassettes. The first bibliography, “Methods of Ethnographic Field Studies,” has entries that summarize some of the most important works about ethnographic research. The second bibliography, “General Studies of Religion and Higher Education,” contains entries for general works describing religion, higher education, undergraduates, or any combination of these in American life. The third bibliography, “Religion and Higher Education in Specific Institutions and Specific Types of Institutions,” lists research on specific institutions, works pertaining to specific denominations or populations (including Catholics, Protestants, and African Americans), and types of institutions such as colleges, schools of religion, church related colleges and state universities. (LT)

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