Jeffrey Scholes by Le907F8Z

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									                                  Jeffrey E. Scholes
                                         912 N. Hancock Ave.
                                      Colorado Springs, CO 80903
                                          jscholes@uccs.edu


Education:
   Ph. D., University of Denver/Iliff School of Theology, Religious and Theological
    Studies, concentration: Theology, Philosophy and Cultural Theory, 2009
         Dissertation: “A Vocation As Politics: Work and Popular Theology in a
            Consumer Culture”
   M. Div., Princeton Theological Seminary, 2000
   B.A., Baylor University, in Biology/Chemistry, 1993

Teaching Experience:
Instructor [present]
   University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
        o    Religion and Politics in America
        o    Religion and Popular Culture
        o    World Religions
        o    Philosophy of Religion
        o    Introduction to Philosophy
        o    Critical Thinking
Adjunct Instructor
   Iliff School of Theology
        o    Theology and Consumer Culture
   University of Denver
        o    Ethics
   Front Range Community College
        o    Logic
   Red Rocks Community College
        o    Environmental Ethics
Teaching Assistant
   Iliff School of Theology
        o    Theological Imagination and Construction


Honors and Awards:
   Solo Flight Teaching Fellowship, 2007-2008, Iliff School of Theology
   Gerald L. and Florence M. Schlessman Doctoral Fellowship, 2001-2004, Iliff School
    of Theology




Jeffrey E. Scholes                                                                      1
    Religion and Society Masters Thesis Fellowship, 2000, Princeton Theological
     Seminary

Publications:
Articles
    “Professional Baseball and Fan Disillusionment: A Religious Ritual Analysis,”
     Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, vol. VI, summer 2004.
    “Sacrifice of the Bartman Ball and Ambiguity in an American Ritual,” Journal of
     Religion and Society, vol. 7, 2005.
    [forthcoming] “Vocation,” Religion Compass.
Book Reviews
    Consuming Faith, Tom Beaudoin, Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, vol. X,
     summer 2005.

Presentations:
    Presenter, “Rick Warren, Political Reconciliation and Spiritual Entrepreneurship,”
     National AAR, Chicago, Nov. 2008.
    Presenter, “Sacrifice of the Bartman Ball and Ambiguity in an American Ritual,” at
     North American Sociology of Sport Conference, Nov. 4, 2004, Tucson, AZ.
    Presenter, “Professional Baseball and Fan Disillusionment: A Religious Ritual
     Analysis,” at Rocky Mountain Regional AAR, Boulder, CO, Apr. 2003.




Jeffrey E. Scholes                                                                        2

								
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