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a journal of analysis and comment advancing public understanding of religion and education
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Spring 2002 Issue Contents
Vol. 29 No. 1

Editorís Preface

How September 11, 2001 Transformed My Course on Religious Pluralism, Spirituality, and Education   [excerpt
Robert J. Nash

The Peripatetic Class:  Buddhist Traditions and Myths of Pedagogy  [excerpt
E. H. Rick Jarow

John Dewey and His Religious Critics  [excerpt]
Alan G. Philips, Jr.

The Role of Religion in Korean Higher Education   [excerpt]
Jeong-Kyu Lee

How Do We Respond When All Our Ways of Knowing Converge on Subversive Truths?   [excerpt]
An Interview with William McKibben
Benjamin Sewell Webb

Nord's Net:  "Ways of Knowing" for the Science Classroom   [excerpt
Paul Geisert

Response to: A 'Perfect Standard?'
Stanton L. Jones

Review of Whose Kids Are They Anyway?: Religion and Morality in America's Public Schools    
Charles R. Kniker

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