Mark C. Rahdert
mrahdert at VM.TEMPLE.EDU
Wed Jan 23 09:34:32 PST 2002
I think it is useful to exchange ideas on what and how we teach, so I'd
appreciate it if folks could respond on the list. Unfortunately, I have
nothing to contribute myself, because my administrative duties have
prevented me from teaching anything in the law and religion area over the
past few years (I keep telling myself that this too will pass). But I'd
love to know what others are doing.
At 03:11 PM 1/22/02 -0500, you wrote:
>I am contemplating teaching a seminar on church state relations drawing
>less on doctrinal materials than on theoretical, sociological,
>historical, and comparative materials. I would be interested in seeing
>syllabi that people use for similar courses or sections of courses.
>Alternatively, I would be grateful for "must include" suggestions -
>books or articles (self promotion perfectly fine in your suggestions).
>I'd be grateful for any suggestions on or off list. Thanks.
Associate Dean and Professor of Law
Temple University, Beasley Schoolof Law
mrahdert at vm.temple.edu
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