I was fortunate to be hired by the Department of Religious Studies as a per-course instructor this semester, which has kept me busy with prep work, and now that the semester is underway, actually teaching. I was hired to teach one of the first-year courses, “Religion in the Modern World,” and have altered the material covered quite substantially. While the previous person teaching the course dealt exclusively with the Gospels, Luther, and Dostoyevsky, I’ve veered towards the ethical-political, while also including some interesting philosophical works. I’ve posted the course description and reading list to my course website if you’d like to have a closer look.
In other news, I’ve added a new page to the blog where you can easily find work of mine that’s available online.