Interview Mary Poplin

Mary Poplin is a professor of education at the Claremont Graduate University in California. Her theoretical work analyzes worldviews dominant in university. Her empirical work analyzes highly effective public school teachers in desperately low-income communities.

  1. What is the secular imperative on the humanities?
  2. What is it to have a redeemed nature and what does a Judeo-Christian perspective on this amount to?
  3. Shouldn’t the humanities be religiously neutral?
  4. What is the origin of your fascination for this topic?

Please listen to the interesting answers in the video below:


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