This talk offers an imaginative yet scholarly exploration of goddesses of the Kamakhya temple site in Assam, India. With images and audio recordings of women residents singing to and about Kali and others, we will consider how female power – … Read more
Each year, the Religious Studies Department host the Text and Context Symposium, an opportunity for faculty to present work in progress, and provide a forum for graduate students to gain practical experience in preparing and delivering a conference paper. This … Read more
“Sexular Sensibilities”: How Fears of Religious Traditionalism Index Narrow Possibilities of Sexuality in Contemporary Secular France. – Dr. Jennifer Selby
Ship Pub Lecture Series
Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 8pm… Read more
Join Dr. Dietrich Jung, Professor and Director of the Center for Contemporary Middle Eastern Studies, University of Southern Denmark This public lecture examines the historical evolution of the Islamic institution of Jihad. Dr. Jung examines re- interpretations of Islamic traditions … Read more
The Day the Clocked Stopped.
A public lecture by dr. Ronald Grimes, MMaP Gallery, Arts and Culture Centre
Wednesday October 4, 10am.… Read more
The Story of Radio Mind: A Missionary’s Journey on Indian Land
Wednesday, Oct. 4, 7-8:30 p.m.
Rocket Bakery, 272 Water St.
Lived Religion Week. Public Lecture by Pamela Klassen.… Read more
Bedpans and Parrots: What Happens on Religious Pilgrimage and What Does This Teach Us about Religion Itself?
Thursday, Oct. 5, 7-9 p.m.
Henrietta Harvey Lecture: Lived Religion Week. Lecture by Dr. Robert Orsi. Reception to follow, atrium, Arts and … Read more
Atheism vs. Humanism: The Politics of Secularism in America
Friday, Feb. 2, 3-4 p.m.
Join Dr. Stephen Ledrew as he discussion his 2015 book, ‘The Evolution of Atheism’ (Oxford UP).… Read more
Common Sense and Why We Don’t Have It: The Perspective of Hans Georg Gadamer. Barry Stephenson. Ship Pub Lecture Series.