Religion matters – just read the headlines. The field of Religious Studies provides you with an important knowledge base and helps you acquire a valuable skill set that can be used for adaptive problem solving, ethical leadership and engaged global citizenship in an increasingly interconnected world. Our faculty is known for creative teaching strategies, engaged- and service-learning techniques and student-centered pedagogy.
The academic field of Religious Studies fosters intellectual flexibility and cultivates practical competencies. For all those who ask big questions and want to tackle the big problems - we welcome you.
Classical Ijtihad Theory and the Vocabulary of Inter-Islamic Tolerance
Thursday, Nov. 3 at 6 p.m. McBride Gathering Space, Numen Lumen Pavillion.
Alumni returning to campus for Homecoming had eight mini-classes to choose from in a new offering for 2016.
The grant will help fund his project, "On the Edge: Launching a Regional Interdisciplinary Symposium in the Southeast.”
Over the course of her sabbatical year in South India, Dr. Amy L. Allocco delivered three discrete invited lectures.
Newspapers around North Carolina recently featured a guest column by Jeffrey Pugh, professor of religious studies, who writes about the contrast between the efforts by South Africa's Nelson Mandela to unite a fractured country and the divisive rhetoric heard in today’s U.S. political contests.