Just landed in Philly. Let the holidays begin!
It is Tuesday and I am sitting in the san Diego airport (which has free WiFi, good on ya!) having a bit of lunch before I depart. It was a good conference this year and although I had hoped to blog in/during sessions, I am not going to beat myself up about not having done that. I saw and met a lot of great people, some old friends and I am happy to say many, […]
The Chronicle of Higher Ed has the story about the spit between AAR and SBL. This will take effect next year. Everyone I spoke with thought that AAR, who initiated this, will be the one to lose the most. What do you all think? We need a poll! The article is subscription only, but here is the opening: Split Between Two Academic Organizations Has Religion Scholars Fretting By JENNIFER HOWARD San Diego As more than […]