The Listening Chair

A Wholistic Vocation-Ann Duncan

October 3, 2020

How do you choose the perfect college major?
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Can Don Draper teach us anything about feminism?
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What are some signs in your life that you might have been made to be a  college professor?
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What beliefs around motherhood and pregnancy have been passed down to us from our religious upbringing?
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If your life purpose has more to do with just your job, of what else does it consist? 
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What systems of support in America do working Moms sometimes forget to take advantage of?
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Get cozy in@thelisteningchair with Dr. Ann Duncan of @gouchercollege for these and keep reading for more on her and her work! 
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Follow her on Twitter at: @ann_w_duncan.

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 Ann W. Duncan (Ph.D., University of Virginia) is Associate Professor of American Studies and Religion at Goucher College in Baltimore, MD. Her research and teaching focus on intersections of religion and public life including religion and politics, new religious movements, the religious “nones” and motherhood and American Christianity. She has authored articles in various journals including the Journal of the American Academy of Religion and Nova Religo  and is co-editor of Church-State Issues in America Today, 3 vols. (Praeger, 2007) and The Universe is Indifferent: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives on Mad Men (Cascade, 2016). She is currently working on a book manuscript about spiritual birth movements in the United States.
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This episode is sponsored by the What If Project podcast with Dr. Glenn Seifert! Check it out today!

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The Listening Chair is a ministry of the Institute For Discipleship  at Southwestern College of Kansas.

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