Michel Desjardins

Emphatic and Resourceful Professor

  • Husein Khimjee Wilfrid Laurier University
Keywords: teaching methods, University of Toronto, Gospel of John, food and religion, hajj rituals

Abstract

This paper attempts to show how Michel Desjardins’ teaching methods helped his students to become interested in the courses that he taught, including translating the Gospel of John from Greek to English. Michel’s online course on Religion and Food will continue to enrich many students in their quest to learn about how food is so much a part of religious traditions.

References

Desjardins, Michel and Aldea Mulhern. 2015. “Living Sacrifice: Rethinking Abrahamic Religious Sacrifice Using Field Narratives of Eid ul-Adha.” In Not Sparing the Child: Human Sacrifice in the Ancient World and Be¬yond, edited by Daphna Arbel, Paul C. Burns, J.R.C. Cousland, Richard Menkis, and Dietmar Neufeld, 190–212. London: Bloomsbury. https://doi.org/10.5040/9780567659170.ch-010

No author. 2017. “Symbolism in the Gospel of John.” www.gospel-john.com/ greek/chapter-1.html
Published
2019-05-14
How to Cite
Khimjee, H. (2019). Michel Desjardins. Religious Studies and Theology, 38(1-2), 197-200. https://doi.org/10.1558/rsth.38294