Fred Glennon, Ph.D. (Home)
Professor
Department of Religious Studies
Reilly Hall 216
Le Moyne College
Syracuse, New York 13214
(315) 445-4343

Curriculum
Vitae

 

Education

Professional Experience

Scholarship

Teaching

Service

Honors and Awards

Professional Affiliations

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

EDUCATION

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Administrative

Academic

 

SCHOLARSHIP

Works in Progress

·         Models, Cases, and Controversies in Christian Social Ethics, with Dianne Oliver (a textbook under contract with Orbis Books)

·         “Case Studies as an Assessment Method for Student Ethical Thinking,” (under preparation for submission to Teaching Theology and Religion

Publications

·         “Has the ‘End of Faith’ Come for 21st Century Ethics?  H. Richard Niebuhr’s Challenge,” Perspectives in Religious Studies 40/3 (Fall 2013):  87-102.

·         Review of Joining the Mission: A Guide for (Mainly) New College Faculty, by Susan VanZanten, Teaching Theology and Religion 16/3 (July 2013).

·         Review of Disrupting Homelessness:  Alternative Christian Approaches, by Laura Stivers, Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 33/1 (Spring/Summer 2013).

·         Introduction to the Study of Religion, 2nd edition, with Nancy Ring, Mary MacDonald and Kathleen Nash (Orbis Books, 2012).

·         “Formation in the Classroom,” Teaching Theology and Religion 14/4 (October 2011):  357-361.

·         “The Question Bag:  An Interactive Learning Strategy,” Teaching Theology and Religion 13/3 (July 2010):  260-263.

Papers Read

Conferences

Other Presentations, Workshops, and Lectures

 

TEACHING

Research/Publication

·         Review of Joining the Mission: A Guide for (Mainly) New College Faculty, by Susan VanZanten, Teaching Theology and Religion 16/3 (July 2013).

·         “Formation in the Classroom,” Teaching Theology and Religion 14/4 (October 2011):  357-361.

·         “The Question Bag:  An Interactive Learning Strategy,” Teaching Theology and Religion 13/3 (July 2010):  260-263.  This essay discusses a strategy I use to engage student input into syllabus topics and subjects.

Courses Taught/Developed

Le Moyne College

Candler School of Theology

Clark Atlanta University

Mercer University Atlanta

Conferences/Workshops

 

PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE

HONORS AND AWARDS


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

·         American Academy of Religion,

·         Society of Christian Ethics

 

This page was last updated on October 15, 2009