The Meanings of Dialogue in Interreligious Teaching and Learning Today, A Response by Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook to Elena Dini

This article builds on the various meanings of "dialogue" within the growing field of interreligious education, and updates the discussion from the original article. Noted here is the history of the term "dialogue" itself, the range of understandings of the term within the literature today, and the relational applications of dialogue within interreligious engagement.  Also, specific applications of the use of dialogue within interreligious hospitality, youth work, and peace-building are noted. A brief discussion of the "next steps" for interreligious dialogue within student teaching and learning is offered in conclusion.

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