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RS End of the Year Event!

RS End of the Year Event!

The Religious Studies Department and the Society for the Study of Religion Present: The End is Nigh! Celebrate a wonderful academic year with refreshments and Pictionary! Thursday, April 25 4:30pm JC Meeting Room A

Islamic Studies Celebration

Islamic Studies Celebration

A Celebration of Undergraduate Islamic Studies Scholarship Leah Azmi, Md Alavi Shihab, and Afra Maknojia April 24th, 2024 3:30pm-5:00pm Horizon Hall 3225 * Food will be served

Learn more about next year's fellows!

Learn more about next year's fellows!

The residential research fellows for fall 2024 and spring 2025 are drawn from across a variety of departments and programs in the College of Humanities of Social Sciences as well as the Schar School of Policy and Government. Their diverse projects explore the CHR's 2024-25 theme of "humanity and its others."

Religion, Politics, and the 2024 Election

Religion, Politics, and the 2024 Election

Benjamin Park, prolific historian of American religion, politics, and nationalism, will speak on "The Mormon Vote, Past and Present: Paradox and Potential in the Religious Right Coalition."

CFP “Muslim Women in Religious and Civic Leadership”

CFP “Muslim Women in Religious and Civic Leadership”

This year, the AbuSulayman Center’s annual conference will bring together both scholars and practitioners for an extended discussion of the many ways in which Muslim women are leading, shaping, and supporting their communities. It will examine the challenges they face in these leadership roles in a world where Muslim women continue to struggle against both patriarchal and Islamophobic assumptions about their agency and influence.

Natalie Shaver honored with distinguished alumni award

Natalie Shaver honored with distinguished alumni award

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to honor Natalie Shaver, BA Religious Studies '21, with the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award in Religious Studies. Shaver is a support engineer at OpenTent, a team of Salesforce consultants and coaches who help purpose-driven organizations identify, measure, and improve what matters.

Interdisciplinary Studies: A Celebration of Scholarship

Interdisciplinary Studies: A Celebration of Scholarship

The master of arts in interdisciplinary studies (MAIS) program invites you to join us online on Wednesday, November 29 at 7:20 pm as we hear from several students about their research interests, and project and thesis proposals. You will learn more about the MAIS program, and winners of MAIS research grants will be announced.