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Krista N. Dalton Nov 20
I feel truly fortunate to know such thoughtful and kind colleagues at .
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Candida Moss Nov 19
the eloquent the revolution will not be peer-reviewed.
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Matthew Ketchum Nov 19
It's amazing how many papers can be improved simply by asking, "so what?"
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Justin Stratis Nov 21
Home sweet home - great seeing old and new friends at - now only 138 days until ! 'Like sands through the hourglass, so are the [many, many conferences I will attend, until the end of time.]'
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Liz Bucar Nov 25
Exhausted from I sent my partner & kid to my in-laws in Buffalo for T-day without me. Instead I slept a ton, walked my dog, practiced yoga, and ate vegan. It was awesome but when I tell ppl they are like, really? You abandoned your family for T-day?
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John Meade Nov 20
I had a great time presenting on the implications and themes of mine and Ed Gallagher’s work on the canon lists yesterday at . Thanks to and the rest of the committee for the invite and to the other presenters for a scintillating dialogue.
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💀Dr. Kelly J. Baker💀 Nov 19
In many ways, this has been a deeply joyful & affirming . Thanks to & so many others that don't Twitter. Thank you for being the best people.
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Andrew Mark Henry Nov 19
Tears in the audience’s eyes after describes her “separation” from Wheaton. This panel on public religion scholars is raw. Personal stories of death threats, rape threats, and our institutions not protecting their public scholars.
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Katelyn Ready for Advent Beaty Nov 18
Last-minute addition to the lineup, "Karaoke as Contemporary Expression of Ekstasis," location TBD, free wings and nachos for all panelists
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Nathan Heatbürger Nov 19
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Adeana McNicholl Nov 18
If you're at come check out my panel on and National Security today (Sun.) at 2pm. Location: ES-Crestone A
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Andrew Davison Nov 19
Only seconds after sharing a taxi with Katherine Sonderegger George Hunsinger (back from Mass at the Episcopal Cathedral), I came across this hotel. I was so close to the theological selfie to end all theological selfies, but they had gone. So close! ⁦
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S Brent Plate Nov 20
Takeaways from : -Public scholarship gains momentum (though there are many publics) -Gender panel parity improving (though still a fair share of mansplaining) -Interreligious work is here to stay (though plenty of divides b/n scholars-activists) -Denver is dry
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Sheldon Steen Nov 19
Uber driver: So what was this conference about? Me: Well, a lot of different things but I do ancient history. Uber: Oh, cool. Have you ever seen that ancient aliens show? Pretty wild stuff. Me: ...
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Michael J. Altman Nov 19
One year I'll go the the AAR and attend all of the plenary's and panels I usually avoid but treat them as ethnographic field work.
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Morag M. Kersel Nov 19
Caught in the moment - speaking with my hands
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Rafael Bello Nov 18
Looky here, now I have to take a loan to pay my bills.
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Grace Emmett Nov 20
Heading home from Denver today. It’s been a treat to get to know these guys as my conference housemates; looking forward to converging in San Diego for SBL 2019 (hopefully at a less dodgy Airbnb this time round 🤞)
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Simran Jeet Singh Nov 17
Let’s make a list of all our favorite religion scholars and journalists. Comment below with people we should be following!
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David M Krueger, PhD Nov 18
“The doctrine of America First is a theological heresy for Christians.”
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