Religious Studies, Native Americans, and the Free Exercise of Religion: Tips for Sharing Scholarship with the Public
The Religious Freedom Center of the Freedom Forum Institute invites you to attend our March webinar, Religious Studies, Native Americans, and the Free Exercise of Religion: Tips for Sharing Scholarship with the Public. We will discuss how scholars of religion can share work on religious studies, Native Americans, and the free exercise of religion with different publics. We are pleased to host co-presenters: Michael D. McNally, professor and chair of the religion department at Carleton College; Melissa Tatum, research professor of law at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law; and Joel Williams, staff attorney at the Native American Rights Fund. The webinar will include a presentation and extended Q & A.
This webinar is hosted by the Public Scholars Project, a joint initiative of the Public Understanding of Religion Committee of the American Academy of Religion and the Religious Freedom Center of the Freedom Forum Institute. The Public Scholars Project created this webinar series to help scholars hone their skills at communicating with a variety of publics. Our webinars feature scholars and practitioners who can provide tools, resources and recommendations for presenting in a variety of settings (e.g., social media, news, public events and community gatherings) about a range of topics. To view the complete webinar schedule for the 2019-20 academic year, please visit our webpage.
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