Prof. Jason Bruner’s essay, “Theology in Oral History” has been published in Marginalia Review of Books’ blog. In it, he talks about conversions to Christianity in East Africa beginning in the 1930’s and explains why oral history was preferred to written history for religious reasons.
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Researchers at ASU are collecting stories from immigrants to the U.S. and finding information that doesn't typically get included in history books. Matt Garcia says oral history is an important research method through which stories, told by the people who experienced them, are collected and archived.
Jason Bruner recently sat down with NBC news to talk about the show "A.D. The Bible Continues".
Since the launch of ASU's new Political Thought and Leadership program, students have been learning by answering and debating fundamental questions about democracy and government.
The second annual Humanities Career Fair will take place from 1 to 4 p.m., March 3, in ASU's Memorial Union Arizona Ballroom (MU 221) on the Tempe campus.
TEMPE, Ariz. – Jannelle Warren-Findley, retired professor of history in the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, died in Phoenix on February 4. She was 69.