The Teaching Modules found here are designed for use in college level or advanced high school classes. They incorporate various approaches to the study of religion and the pandemic. At WMU they are being tested in an introductory course on religion today as well as an introductory Philosophy course. We invite you to download the modules and make use of them in your classrooms. If you make use of them, we would appreciate any feedback you might have for improvement. We also invite you to develop similar modules and to share them with us for posting here so that others may benefit. Please contact Dr. Stephen Covell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Submissions from 2022
Gender, Monastic Life, and the Lay Community During the Pandemic, Stephen Covell, Diane Riggs, and Cameron Borg
Orthodox Jewish Women and Ritual Purity During the Pandemic, Stephen Covell, Diane Riggs, and Cameron Borg
Public Policy and Religion in the Pandemic: U.S. Constitution and the First Amendment, Stephen Covell, Diane Riggs, and Cameron Borg
Ritual During Covid-19, Stephen Covell, Diane Riggs, Cameron Borg, Ryan Lemasters, and Jacob Riccioni
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Religious Holidays in the U.S., Stephen Covell, Diane Riggs, Cameron Borg, Jarrett Stalinger, and Jacob Riccioni