Dr. Philippa Koch, Assistant Professor at Missouri State’s Religious Studies Department, will participate in the “Religion & Pandemics, Vaccines, and Public Policy” panel at Indiana University (virtual) on 17 December 2020. She will be joined by Dr. Ryan J. Cobb (University of Georgia) and Cohosts Richard Gunderman and Krista Hoffmann-Longtin (both of Indiana … [Read more...] about REL Professor Philippa Koch to Present at Religion & Pandemics Panel
Everyone is invited to participate in this year's virtual Public Affairs Conference at Missouri State University! This event is free and open to the public and, as all events will be held virtually rather than in-person, no face masks are required. :) The topic of this year's Public Affairs Conference is "The Power of Voice" and includes an exciting array of speakers, … [Read more...] about Public Affairs Conference Begins Today!
The Department of Religious Studies is pleased to announce that students may now earn their Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees in Religious Studies entirely online! Students will experience the same excellent teaching, friendly faculty, and academic and career opportunities as their counterparts in the classroom, only in a manner more convenient to their … [Read more...] about Earn Your BA or BS in Religious Studies ONLINE!
Dr. Stephen Berkwitz, department head of Religious Studies, was recently interviewed by KSMU reporter Emily Yeap for the "Missouri State Journal". Dr. Berkwitz specializes in South Asian religion and culture and explains the practices and benefits of yoga and meditation for stress relief, as well as other applications. Listen to the interview on the KSMU website, … [Read more...] about Feeling Stressed? We Can Help!
by Dr. Vadim Putzu To celebrate the 100th anniversary of TMJ's passing and the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Johnson Library and Museum, which is a partner of MSU Libraries, I organized, in collaboration with Dean Peters and his staff, a two-day event. Plato’s supposed birthday (November 7) was our date of choice since on that day TMJ himself had organized … [Read more...] about Thomas Moore Johnson Symposium