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Episode 121 - Recognizing the Sound of the Genuine: Amy G Oden and Shively T.J. Smith

Episode 121 - Recognizing the Sound of the Genuine: Amy G Oden and Shively T.J. Smith

Update: 2021-03-25
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Welcome to Conversations on Teaching and Spirituality.    
Series One is entitled Exploring Thurman’s “The Sound of the Genuine”.
The featured speakers of this video series are Dr. Nancy Westfield, Dr. Amy G. Oden and Dr. Shively T.J. Smith.

Using Rev. Dr. Howard Thurman’s baccalaureate address at Spelman College (May 4, 1980), entitled “The Sound of the Genuine,” these colleagues discuss the challenges of teachers attempting to bring their whole-selves to teaching. Each episode includes a spiritual practice, as well as excerpts from Thurman’s article.

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Episode 121 - Recognizing the Sound of the Genuine: Amy G Oden and Shively T.J. Smith

Episode 121 - Recognizing the Sound of the Genuine: Amy G Oden and Shively T.J. Smith

The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion