by Dr. Amy Artman Over the weekend of October 4-7, I attended the 2018 gathering of the Conference on Faith and History. I was asked to be a part of roundtable on Non-Traditional Spiritual Biographies, where I shared about my forthcoming book, itself a non-traditional biography, about Kathryn Kuhlman, the healing evangelist from the mid-twentieth century. Other authors … [Read more...] about Dr. Amy Artman Presents on Non-Traditional Spiritual Biographies at Conference
Archives for October 2018
Several Religious Studies students were recognized for their accomplishments and the scholarships they received for the 2018-19 academic year at the CHPA Scholarships Banquet Tuesday evening, 16 October. The department has awarded over $10,000 to eight impressive students! College of Humanities and Public Affairs students, department heads, and faculty joined the scholarship … [Read more...] about Congratulations to Religious Studies Scholarship Winners!
Dr. Matthew Kuiper, assistant professor in Religious Studies, attended the Annual Conference on South Asia, held every year for the past 47 years, at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Nearly 800 scholars from around the world who study South Asia attended the conference. Dr. Kuiper presented papers on two Islam panels. “Late 20th Century Da‘wa and The Da‘waology of Sayyid … [Read more...] about REL’s Matt Kuiper Joins SAMSA!
The Department of Religious Studies is offering two Study Away opportunities for students this academic year. Join us as we travel to Haiti during spring break 2019, and/or Israel in May 2019. Both Study Away trips include course credits, along with the chance to visit another country, meet people, make friends, eat new foods, and, of course, have fun! "Seeing Clearly … [Read more...] about Study Away with Religious Studies!