Hippo Faculty Favorites: Bethel Colleagues

While we'll continue to get to know more about the Hippo faculty next week, today they'll talk about some other professors at Bethel University. Beyond our department... tell us about another member of the Bethel faculty whom you especially admire. Dan Yim: I admire my good friend Rachel Anderson, neuroscientist in the Psychology Department. Her … Continue reading Hippo Faculty Favorites: Bethel Colleagues

Faculty Favorites: Archives and Museums

For our last Monday in October, one more set of faculty favorites. What's your favorite museum? Amy Poppinga: One I highly recommend is the Jewish Quarter in Prague, Czech Republic. There are multiple small museums housed across 8 sites (six synagogues, a town hall, and a cemetery) all within walking distance of each other. I was … Continue reading Faculty Favorites: Archives and Museums

Three of our favorite faculty colleagues: Chris Moore, Bethany Opsata, Gary Long

Faculty Favorites: Bethel Colleagues

While we'll continue to get to know the Bethel History faculty in our new Q&A series, we thought we'd pause to introduce some other Bethel professors. Beyond our department... tell us about another member of the Bethel faculty whom you especially admire. Sam Mulberry: Chris Moore of the Political Science department has an amazing ability … Continue reading Faculty Favorites: Bethel Colleagues

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A New Season of Bethel History Podcasts

Now that classes are all up and running for the fall, it's time to launch new seasons of our faculty podcasts! • First up is Bookish @ Bethel, in which Prof. AnneMarie Kooistra and her colleagues from the Humanities program talk through great works of literature. This week: the play Bacchae by Euripides. (And check out the Bookish blog, … Continue reading A New Season of Bethel History Podcasts

Our Newest Podcast: Bookish

We're excited to announce the debut of Bookish @ Bethel, a new podcast on the Live from AC2nd network! Featuring our own Prof. AnneMarie Kooistra and Philosophy professor Carrie Peffley, Bookish will feature conversations about books and other texts that feature in Bethel's Humanities Program. (Carrie and AnneMarie help lead one of the Humanities teaching teams.) For the … Continue reading Our Newest Podcast: Bookish

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AnneMarie Kooistra on Slave Narratives

Over the summer our own Prof. AnneMarie Kooistra was selected to take part in a seminar at Yale University's Gilder Lehrman Center that facilitated teaching and discussion using slave narratives. In a Bethel News story, AnneMarie explained that she "hoped, first and foremost, that the seminar would rejuvenate and deepen my teaching about slavery and … Continue reading AnneMarie Kooistra on Slave Narratives