Oklahoma Baptist University

Dr. Glenn Sanders

Professor of History
Chair, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Owens Hall 307
405-585-4157

OBU Box 61232
500 W. University
Shawnee, OK 74804

Biography

Glenn Sanders has traveled to Great Britain, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Syria, and Turkey for pleasure and further study. He has received OBU's Promising Teacher and Meritorious Service Awards. Professor Sanders teaches the Western Civilization sequence, Middle East, and Senior Seminar. He is an ordained elder at United Presbyterian Church, Shawnee, where he sings in the choir. He and his wife, Alice, have four children: Mary, Clara, Isabel, and Edward.

Education

B.A., Baylor University
M.A., Baylor University
Ph.D., Brown University
Dissertation: “Bureaucrats and Centralized Bureaucracy under Edward I, 1272-1307”

Courses Taught

HIST 2013
HIST 2023
ANTH/HIST/POLI 3113
HIST/POLI 4003

Selected Publications

Oct. 2011: "Educating for Wisdom: Hearing from Our Students." Baylor University conference "Educating for Wisdom in the Twenty-first Century University" (Waco, Tex.)

Oct. 2011: "Letting Things Intrude: Categories of Spiritual Formation in the Secular Classroom." Calvin College conference "Education as Formation: Christian Approaches" (Grand Rapids, Mich.)

"How Christian Practices Help to Engage Students Morally and Spiritually: Testimony from a Western Civilization Course," in Faith, Learning, and Christian Practices, ed. David I. Smith and James K.A. Smith (Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2011), 157-76

July 2011: Fides et Ratio Seminar on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition ("The Twentieth and Twenty-first Centuries")(Lander, Wyo.)

June 2011: "Learning to Teach for Justice: Christian Practices and the Contemporary Middle East." National Faith, Justice, and Civic Learning Conference (Chicago)

Nov. 2010: "Conference, Conversatio Morum, and Spiritual Friendship: A Tool for Spiritual Growth in a Core Course." Conference on Christianity, Culture, and Diversity in America (Grand Rapids)

Oct. 2010: "History, Christian Practices, and Justice: Teaching All Three Together." Conference on Faith and History biennial meeting (Newberg, Ore.)

June 2009: Calvin College Faculty Summer Seminar in Christian Scholarship ("Seven Deadly Sins (Capital Vices) in the Christian Tradition") (Grand Rapids, Mich.)

Nov. 2008: Consultant-Evaluator Training Session, North Central Association Higher Learning Commission Peer Review Corps (Chicago)

2007-09: Project member, "From Christian Practices to Christian Pedagogy: An Initiative for Research and Renewal" (sponsored by the Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning, Calvin College, and funded by the Valparaiso Project on the Education and Formation of People in Faith)(Grand Rapids)

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