Setting Down the Ten Foot Pole

A Review of Educating on Religious Diversity and Interfaith Engagement

  • Connor Dizor Florida State University
Keywords: Religion, Spirituality, Diversity, Interfaith, Student Affairs, Orientation

Abstract

Talking about religion and spirituality has been a taboo topic for a long time. While those in student affairs are no strangers to tackling tough conversations and engaging in identity development, this topic is still kept at a distance. Educating on Religious Diversity and Interfaith Engagement seeks to challenge those in higher education to set down the ten foot pole that has been used to keep conversations about religion and spirituality at a comfortable distance by providing the tools and resources to approach the topic. Through practical examples and a plethora of resources, this book is an engaging read for any level professional. Learn about new ways to engage students with an identity that has been removed from the sphere of public education for many years with this informative and easily read handbook.

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How to Cite
Dizor, C. (2021). Setting Down the Ten Foot Pole: A Review of Educating on Religious Diversity and Interfaith Engagement. Journal of College Orientation, Transition, and Retention, 28(3). https://doi.org/10.24926/jcotr.v28i3.3701
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Book Reviews