MemberReinhard Kirste

Overviews – scroll down  Born in Berlin (1942) , Lutheran Reverend, studies of Protestant theology, philosophy and pedagogics in Berlin, Tubingen, Gottingen, parish reverend in Berlin and Hildesheim, part-time lecturer at the Pedagogic Academy at Hildesheim. Graduation 1975: Dr. theol (Berlin, Prof. Dr. Helmut Gollwitzer) From November 1975 till Februay 2005 working as school advisor for regional teacher formation in Evangelical Religious Education in the region of Iserlohn (South Westphalia). Since 2003 chairman of the private foundation: Omnis Religio: From summer 2005 lecturer till winter 2918/2919 at the Technical University of Dortmund. In 1989 co-founder of the Institute of Interreligious Studies (Interreligiöse Arbeitsstelle (INTR°A) at Nachrodt/Westphalia (Germany); organisator of conferences, lectures and interfaith encounters, organisation and administration of the Interreligiöse Bibliothek (IRB) – InterReligious Library: Co-editor of Iserlohner Con-Texte (ICT, 18 Hefte), the series Religionen im Gespräch (RIG = Religions in Dialogue) – 9 voumes till 2006) – und Interreligiöse Horizonte (IH = Interreligious Horizons, 5 volums) and other publications in the context of interreligious dialogue and interreligious education. See list of publications: — Print (author and editor – books, series): — Publications internet: Since October 2007 BLOGGER on religions, intercultural theology, interfaith items and news, interrelious learning: —  books and medias: presentations & reviews: —  documentations & discourses: —  orientations & meditation:   OVERVIEWS. Access and links to all websites: Interreligious BLOG-Portal Overviews /         News — Dialog-Journal — Library (IRB) — Reviews —  Documentations — Orientations

MemberBreana Yaklin

I am a Learning Experience Designer at the Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology at Michigan State University. My philosophy as an educator is to design quality learning experiences for all learners regardless of the scope, size, or environment. I got my start in this field at Baker College, where I discovered that I love the challenge of designing engaging learning experiences in diverse settings. I earned my BA from the University of Michigan in English Literature and Communications and I earned my Master of Education, with a focus in Curriculum and Instruction, from Southwestern College in Kansas.

MemberNarasimhananda Swami

…mhananda–Argument and Design: The Unity of the Mahabharata–Vishwa Adluri and Joydeep Bagchee–Reading Religion–February 2017.
54) Swami Narasimhananda–An Introduction to Indian Philosophy–Roy W. Perrett–Reading Religion–May 2017.
55) Swami Narasimhananda–The Gathering of Intentions: A History of A Tibetan Tantra–John P Dalton–Indian Philosophy Blog–May 2017.
56) Swami Narasimhananda–Sharing Wisdom: Benefits and Boundaries of Interreligious Learning–Alon Goshen-Gottstein–Reading Religion–June 2017.
57) Swami Narasimhananda–All Thoughts Are Equal: Laruelle and Nonhuman Philosophy–John Ó Maoilearca–Prabuddha Bharata–August 2017.
58) Swami Narasimhananda–Laruelle: Against the Digital–Alexander R Galloway–Prabuddha Bharata–August 2017.
59) Swami Narasimhananda–Dictionary of Non-Philosophy–François Laruelle–Prabuddha Bharata–August 2017.
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Name                                                                   : Swami Narasimhananda Specialisation:  Indian Studies, Indian Philosophy, Sociology of Religion, Translation Studies, Religious Studies, Philosophy of Religion. Present Address                                          : Advaita Ashrama PO Mayavati, Via Lohaghat Dt Champawat, Uttarakhand India. Pincode 262524 Mobile: 9330526514 Email: Present Work: Monk of Ramakrishna Order since May 1997. Languages Known (Expert Knowledge): English, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, and Bengali  Other Current Involvements: Visiting Faculty, Department of Sociology, Jadavpur University. Editor, H-Celebration on H-Net: Humanities and Social Sciences Online. Member, Editorial Board, Reading Religion. Member, International, Interdisciplinary and Interreligious Research Group on ‘Consciousness Studies’, UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights, Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum, Roma, Italy. Member, American Academy of Religion (AAR).

MemberJoshua Abah ABAH

JOSHUA ABAH ABAH is a researcher and an erudite scholar in Mathematics Education at the Department of Mathematics Education, University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Nigeria. His Research interests are in Mathematics Education, Instructional Design, Statistical Computing, Ethnomathematics, and Technology of Mathematics Education. He is presently working on the deployment of culture-based technological solutions in the teaching and learning of mathematics. He believes that a good blend of digital technology and ethnomathematics enriches mathematics education in general.

MemberAnne Swartz

I lecture and write on various topics in contemporary art, including intermedia art, theory and criticism, and women artists.  I currently write about new media/new genre art, the home, and contemporary American feminist art.  I particularly focus on Pattern and Decoration, an American art movement of the 1970s-1980s.  I teach via eLearning for my college.

MemberAlicia Jenner

  Unapologetic Yooper. Foodie. Dog lover. Complexity Buster + Empath. Alicia is a Learning Experience Designer at the MSU Hub for Innovation. She contributes to Hub projects focused in areas of program development and process improvement. Her current work in online program development demonstrates the significance of establishing effective learning solutions for online programs. Her academic interests include faculty development, change management, program development, and online learning. Her previous work experience stems from Iowa State University as an Instructional Support Specialist where she worked closely with faculty to improve online course design and development with specific emphasis in online pedagogy. Alicia earned her bachelor’s degree from Northern Michigan University and her master’s degree in Curriculum and Instructional Technology with a certificate in Instructional Design from Iowa State University. Alicia enjoys spending time outside biking and hiking with her family, trips to the dairy store, music, visiting the U.P., and traveling. “We need to remember what’s important in life: friends, waffles, work. Or waffles, friends, work. Doesn’t matter, but work is third.” – Leslie Knope