The Department of Religious Studies examines religious beliefs, institutions and practices using approaches from the humanities, arts, social sciences and sciences. The academic study of religion, combined with appropriate courses in other fields, provides an excellent background for any professional career—including law, engineering, medicine and health care professions, journalism, social work and others—and for graduate studies in a number of fields.
A major in religious studies provides a well-rounded liberal arts education or can be combined conveniently with a second major. Minors or sequences in religious studies complement and broaden any field chosen as a major.
Dr. Kathryn Lofton is a 2023 Hildegarde and Elbert Baker Visiting Scholar in the Humanities. Dr. Lofton will be giving a talk on Wednesday, October 19 at 4:30 PM in Clark Hall Room 206.
“Art of the Healing Gods: Mystic Pots, Sacred Bundles, and Collective Selfhood in Black Atlantic Religions” a Lecture by Dr. Kyrah Malika Daniels
Thursday, April 7, 2022 4:00pm via Zoom
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