Teaching Materials, 1944-1993 and undated

Scope and content:

Teaching Materials consists of subject files, specific course materials, administrative documents, and Carl Whirley's personal coursework notes. Subject files include lecture notes on various world religions and books of the Bible, especially the New Testament. Course materials are specific to courses Carl taught while at Samford University from 1979-1987, and other institutions until 1990, including New Testament Survey and Comparative Religions. They include lecture notes, handouts, syllabi, exams, and student work samples. There is one folder of K-6 teaching material on Nigeria. Administrative documents are also from his time at Samford University. Whirley's personal coursework notes span 1944-1953. Arranged alphabetically by folder title within each sub-series.


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