Michael Welton

Michael Welton retired from Athabasca University.  His recent books include Unearthing Canada’s Hidden Past: a Short History of Adult Education and Adult Education a Precarious Age: The Hamburg Declaration revisited.

Why the French Hate the Headscarf

Can Buddhism Save the World?

Unholy Alliance: Christian Zionists and the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict

The Age of Stupid: Intrepid Teaching in a World on Speed

The Vexing Presence of Religion in Public Life

American Nightmare: the Depravity of Neoliberalism

Yahweh is Not Exactly Politically Correct

Return of the Demonized: a Great Catastrophic Earthquake Has Erupted

Information is Everywhere and Everywhere We are Ignorant

Stolen Fire: the Future of Democracy in the Age of Network Technology

The Jagged Aftermath of Harper’s Defeat

The Scarcity of Hope in a Damaged World

Junior Partner of Empire: Why Canada’s Foreign Policy Isn’t What You Think

Dare to Know! The Enlightenment Imaginary

On the Campaign Trail with Harperman

Opium of the People? The Religious Heritage of Karl Marx and the Frankfurt School

Canada’s Arrogant Autocrat: the Rogue Politics of Stephen Harper

The Conversable World: Finding a Compass in Post-9/11 Times

The Russell-Einstein Peace Manifesto of 1955

The Ugly Canadian: Stephen Harper’s Warmongering

Surviving Together: Canadian Public Tradition Under Threat

The Antigonish Movement and the Impossible Dream

The Canadian Social Gospel: 1880-1960

The Tragedy of Harper’s Canada

Jurgen Habermas on “Faith and Knowledge”

Inhabiting the Secular

The Occupy Movement Through the Learning Lens

A Failure of Christian Ethics

Theology Under the Gallows

Capitalism is the West’s Dominant Religion

Rebellious Politics and Civil Society

Navigating the Intricacies of Habermas

The World May Break Your Heart

The Vanquished Light

The Propagandists of Empire

The Storm Blowing From Paradise

The Problem of Israel in the Modern World