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Dispatches from the Job Front

The opportunities and challenges of the religion and media job search By Greg Perreault Ph.D. Candidate at the Missouri School of Journalism “Finding the right job will be like falling in love, it’ll just work.” Those were the words of advice given to my by my research advisor on the job scene and as it […]

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Religion, Culture and Media: Try This At Home

By Michael Longinow Pedagogy is a journey. We don’t get anywhere until we gas it up, merge into traffic and get it on. So this semester I stopped talking about the interplay of faith, culture and media. I set up a series of projects whereby all students in my class would have to interact with […]

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Why I don’t plan to teach religion reporting any more

By Debra L. Mason, Teaching Chair I joined the teaching ranks 24 years ago as a teaching assistant while I was earning a PhD at Ohio University. But it wasn’t until 2008 that I first taught religion reporting. That’s because I was teaching at a small liberal arts college trough the 1990s with too few […]

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