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The Global Language(s) of Scholarship
Academia today often requires dialogue across cultures, especially in addressing global issues, old and new. These faculty from very different disciplines have been busy with such work: More)
Models of Excellence, Scholars in Dialogue
Gordon professors from very different fields are often invited to offer their insights and expertise on teaching and dialogue at national gatherings. Here are three recent examples: More)
New Frontiers: Faculty Expand Their Influence
Gordon has long recognized the impact and influence of its professors beyond the classroom and into the broader academic landscape. Recently, four professors took on new opportunities. More)
Knowledges
In his seminal work, The Idea of a University, John Henry Cardinal Newman gives careful attention to the nature of "knowledge." Writing a defense for the idea of a Catholic uni (More)
Connecting Farm Houses
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Cross-Cultural Food Conversation
Geraldine Mak More)
Public Scholarship: Faculty Lend Expertise to the News
July has been a busy media month for several Gordon professors as they've discussed their expertise with national and re (More)
Ends and Beginnings—and the In Betweens
Tim Sherratt As another semester comes to a close, Timothy Sherratt, professor of political science, reflects on a year filled with challenges and questions, both essential ele (More)
In Memory: David Lumsdaine, Pastoral Scholar & Friend
Timothy Sherratt, professor of political science, offered the following reflection at the memorial service of colleague and friend, David (More)
Center for Faith & Inquiry Honors Faculty Scholarship: Part I
In an effort to promote outstanding scholarship that can reach both professional and public/church audiences, the Center for Faith and Inquiry recently announced its inaugural Fellows for the 2013-14 academic y (More)
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