Book Release | An Ecotopian Lexicon

The book An Ecotopian Lexicon (University of Minnesota Press) hit the shelves today, and I contributed an entry on watershed discipleship. It's exciting to read about these new words or loanwords from other languages that can help us imagine what a sustainable world would look like! I haven't received the book yet, but reading about it …

Quakers, Creation Care, & Sustainability now an e-book!

The book I co-edited this summer, Quakers, Creation Care, and Sustainability, is now available as an e-book and Kindle edition! See this page for the contents and critical acclaim. If you've been thinking about purchasing it but haven't yet, consider the e-book. It's cheaper, lighter weight to carry around in your bag, and searchable. I …

Quaker Religious Thought | New Article(s) Published

The newest issue of Quaker Religious Thought is being mailed out (so I hear, although I haven't received it yet). I'm excited for several reasons. Editor Jon Kershner described it as having "an all-star lineup," with contributors including: David Harrington Watt and James Krippner, Christy Randazzo, Cherice Bock, Oscar Lugusa Malande, and Jay Miller. I'm …

Whirlwind Year

It's been a little over a year since I posted on this blog, and it's been quite the year! My family moved twice, I'm digging in hard to my dissertation research and writing, and I've been doing a lot of teaching, writing, presenting, and editing. Here are a few highlights. Teaching: I spent the year …

Chapter published: Watershed Discipleship: communicating climate change within a Christian Framework, a case study analysis

My first publication in a book came out recently! I wrote a chapter for the Handbook of Climate Change Communication, vol. 3: Case Studies in Climate Change Communication, part of the Climate Management Series (Springer, 2018). The article is called "Watershed Discipleship: communicating climate change within a Christian framework, a case study analysis" (PDF available …

Book reviews: Discerning Critical Hope; Listening to Teach

A couple book reviews I wrote went live last week on the Wabash Center for Teaching & Learning in Theology & Religion's Reflective Teaching site. One reviewed Discerning Critical Hope in Educational Practices (eds. Vivienne Bozalek, Brenda Leibowitz, Ronelle Carolissen, and Megan Boler), and the other reviewed Listening to Teach: Beyond Didactic Pedagogy (ed. Leonard J. Waks). Both were excellent books! …