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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Item on the Colloquium in Law

Here is a story with some details on the Colloquium in Law law and religion seminar which my colleague, Mark Movsesian, and I taught this past semester as part of the activities of our Center for Law and Religion.  The format was experimental -- demanding that the students assess a body of scholarship and zero in on the new claims being made by our presenters -- and both Mark and I thought it worked very well.  Though the story does not quite say so, our students were really the stars of the course.  Their questions and engagement with the speakers were direct, targeted to the specific arguments made by the speakers, and incisive.  Mark and I were very proud of them.

Posted by Marc DeGirolami on April 25, 2012 at 09:55 AM | Permalink

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