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Liz Barnes stands behind a desk with her hands on the desk, smiling
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Liz Barnes

We spoke with Liz Barnes about understanding and addressing tensions related to religious identity and evolution, particularly in biology classrooms.
Pentateuch 1
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Pentateuch

Dale Launderville

Through an examination of the Books of Genesis, Exodus, and Deuteronomy, this course will not only aim to understand the…
Analyzing Systems of Privilege
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History of Global Christianity II

Nathan Jérémie-Brink

This course explores the history of Christianity from 1450 to the present.
AAAS Program Brings Scientific Instruction to Future Church Clergy 1
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Biblical Interpretation Exploring Genesis

Karen Winslow

This course introduces students to the Old Testament and the inductive method of interpretation through an exploration of the book…
Theology and Science in the Twenty-First Century
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Theology and Science in the Twenty-First Century

Ross Hastings

In this course, we will offer a robust theological response to those who believe science and religion conflict, developing in…
Theology and Science in the Twenty-First Century
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Christian Thought and Culture II

Iain Provan

This course is organized around the theme of "story" and covers the period from the early seventeenth century down to…
Reconciling Past Injustices: Building a future in African American genomics
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Reconciling Past Injustices: Building a future in African American genomics

Dr. Fatimah Jackson presents an overview of Cobb Research Lab Studies as a model for science practice and community engagement.
Humans and Race
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New Film Series Explores Science’s Role in Fighting Racism

Adam D. Cohen

DoSER has launched a new film series that explores human evolution, the history of scientific racism, and the lack of…
Humans and Race
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Humans and Race

A new video series from AAAS DoSER exploring the past and present intersections of science and racism. This series will explore difficult topics such…
Science: The Wide Angle Film Series 2
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Science: The Wide Angle Film Series

AAAS DoSER, in collaboration with Fourth Line Films, has produced an exciting series of short films to spark discussion of…