The online edition of the Haaretz Newspaper in Israel has an article about the Mt. Zion Dig (Archaeologists Uncover Life of Luxury in 2,000-year-old Priestly Quarters of Jerusalem) with quotes from Prof. James Tabor and Prof. Shimon Gibson who are leading the excavation.
Please join us for a talk at 12:30 on Monday, October 23, in Storrs 290. Candida Moss will be speaking about her recent book.
Candida R. Moss is Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity in the Department of Theology at the University of Notre Dame.
Born in London, England, Dr. Moss graduated from Worcester College, Oxford part of...
Shedd is a part-time lecturer in the Religious Studies Department of the University of North Carolina Charlotte, where she has taught since 2009. Janna completed her master’s degree at UNC Charlotte and her bachelor’s degree at UNC Asheville. Her research interests are South and East Asian religions, the effects of globalization on religion and culture, and multicultural education....
Please join us for a talk on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 6:30 PM in Rowe 161. Terence McKiernan will give a lecture on Apocalypse Past, Present, and Future: Archiving the Catholic Sex Abuse Crisis.
Terence McKiernan is the founder and president of BishopAccountability.org, an internet archive and research center for the Catholic clergy abuse crisis, that maintains databases of...
We are officially moved in to Cedar Hall for the 2017-2018 academic year while renovations in Macy take place. Faculty are located on the 2nd & 3rd floor. Graduate Assistants are located on the 4th floor. Come visit us!
Will Sherman, Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies, has been awarded the Pirzada Prize by the Institute for South Asia Studies at UC Berkeley. The award is for his outstanding dissertation, "Mountains and Messiahs: The Roshaniyya, Revelation, and Afghan Becoming." Congratulations, Dr. Sherman!
Madi White received the Best Undergraduate Paper award at the North Carolina Religious Studies Association meeting at Western Carolina University. Congratulations, Madi!