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Religion, Disability, and Trauma

Religion, Disability, and Trauma

This interdisciplinary panel explores the intersections of religion, disability, and trauma. Whether damned bodies in Hell, bodies that carry the weight of religious conflict, or issues of geopolitics and mental health, disability and trauma occupy important spaces in religious discourse. Join us for presentations from each panelist followed by discussion.

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Alex Antram honored with distinguished alumni award

Alex Antram honored with distinguished alumni award

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to honor Alex Antram, BA Religious Studies '07, BA Anthropology '07, with the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award in Religious Studies.  Antram is a conservation engagement professional with 14 years of experience in nonprofit communications and outreach, environmental education, and philanthropy focused on protecting the planet and its people.   

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Field Trip!

Field Trip!

Members of the Society for the Study of Religion visit the National Gallery of Art to think about the intersections of religion and art.

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