In this discussion, we focus particularly on digital resources and their relationship to pedagogy. We invited contributors to provide a brief response describing a digital project they created or use in the classroom. Chris Gratien, a 2012 International Dissertation Research Fellowship recipient, discusses podcasts as a resource in the classroom.
The Immanent Frame
The Immanent Frame publishes interdisciplinary perspectives on religion, secularism, and the public sphere. Founded in October 2007 in conjunction with the Social Science Research Council’s program on Religion and the Public Sphere, The Immanent Frame features invited contributions and original essays, and serves as a forum for ongoing exchanges among leading thinkers from the social sciences and humanities.
Vincent Lloyd, Mellon Mays Fellowship recipient, celebrates The Immanent Frame's tenth anniversary by contributing an article in the new series addressing the question: "Is this all there is?" Lloyd serves on The Immanent Frame's Editorial Board.
Madeleine Elfenbein, 2013 International Dissertation Research Fellowship recipient, contributes to a new forum on The Immanent Frame. Drawing from provocations to think differently about the idea of the Muslim world and the Muslim country, this forum seeks to explicate the various ways in which these terms have been taken up in scholarship and political discourse more broadly. Elfenbein is a PhD candidate in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago. For 2017-2018, she is an Early Career Fellow at the Lichtenberg-Kolleg, the Göttingen Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Alexander Thurston, 2011 International Dissertation Research Fellowship recipient, writes about his new book for The Immanent Frame. He is Assistant Professor of Teaching for African Studies Program at Georgetown University.
Iza Hussin, a 2012 recipient of the Transregional Research Junior Scholar Fellowship, writes about her new book for The Immanent France. She is is the Mohamed Noah Fellow at Pembroke College and University Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge.