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Dr. Margaret Farley, R.S.M. Engages with the Question: How Does an Ecumenical Environment Affect Your Work?
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  • Margaret Farley, R.S.M., Yale Divinity School
  • Alfred Benney, Fairfield University
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Video
Interview Date
9-3-1999
Abstract

How does an ecumenical environment affect your work?

Dr. Margaret Farley discusses her experience of teaching in an ecumenical setting at the Yale Divinity School. Through this type of environment she has grown to acknowledge how learning about other religions can cast light on one’s own. She sees this as facilitating the understanding of how certain religions stress certain elements better than others.

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Playing Time: 3:20 minutes

About the Interviewee:

Dr. Margaret Farley, R.S.M., is the Gilbert L. Stark Professor of Christian Ethics at Yale Divinity School. She has been honored with eleven honorary degrees, the John Courtney Murray Award for Excellence in Theology and is past president of the Catholic Theological Society of America. She has written several books and over eighty scholarly articles including Just Love: A Framework for Christian Sexual Ethics.

About the Interviewer:

Dr. Alfred Benney is a professor of Religious Studies at Fairfield University. He has a Ph.D in Theology from the Hartford Seminary Foundation and teaches courses in Non-Traditional American Religions and Christian Religious Thought. His research interests include "how people learn"; "the appropriate use of technology in teaching/learning" and "myth as explanatory narrative". He has published work on teaching with technology.

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Citation Information
Margaret Farley and Alfred Benney. "Dr. Margaret Farley, R.S.M. Engages with the Question: How Does an Ecumenical Environment Affect Your Work?" (1999)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/alfred_benney/28/