Dear ESN blog readers,
This summer, we thought we’d try an experiment and invite readers to tell us what they’d like to see at the blog in various areas. Today, we’d love to hear your thoughts on our fall social sciences coverage. Here are a few things we’re considering for the fall:
- Social Sciences-oriented reflections at least once a month in our Scholar’s Compass devotional for academics
- Interviews with ESN members in the Social Sciences about once a month
- More Social Sciences-oriented book reviews
- In depth think pieces on what it means to be a Christian scholar in the social sciences
Use the comments section or email us to tell us what you’re most interested in, or suggest other ideas we haven’t thought of yet. We want to hear from you!
ESN Blog Writer/Editor
About the author:
Dr. Hannah Eagleson loves building the ecosystem Christian scholars need to flourish and create positive impacts, in the university and beyond. She is Associate Director of InterVarsity’s Emerging Scholars Network, a digital first ministry serving thousands of early career Christian scholars. Dr. Eagleson launched the ESN student/early career track at the American Scientific Affiliation annual faith and science conference. She is the editor of *Science and Faith: Student Questions Explored* (Hendrickson, 2019), and the one-semester guidebook *Scholar’s Compass: Connecting Faith & Work for Academics* (InterVarsity Emerging Scholars Network, 2021), with design by noted liturgical artist Ned Bustard. She also launched the Scholar's Compass online devotional series in her previous role as ESN Editor. Dr. Eagleson holds an MA from St. John’s College (Annapolis, MD) and a PhD in Renaissance literature from the University of Delaware.
Irene Gallegos says
The four considerations written above will be useful knowledge on maintaining a biblical perspective within the social sciences. I am a second year PhD student in health studies and will begin as an adjunct, teaching public health this Fall. I value the articles and blogs that ESN publishes and keep printed copies in my office. Thank you for the coverage on social sciences.
Hannah Eagleson says
Thanks, Irene! I’m so glad to hear the blog is helpful to you, and I’m glad to hear you like these ideas. Always feel free to suggest others, in the blog comments or via social media or email. -Hannah, ESN blog editor