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Study of Religion

The program offers advanced opportunities in the study of religion. Students receive classical training in the literatures of particular religious traditions, and they are encouraged to understand these traditions at the intersection of contemporary thematic and regional phenomena. Students have the opportunity to concentrate primarily on one of three regional specializations: American religious cultures, Mediterranean religions, and Asian religions. An additional regional specialization typically serves as a secondary area of competence. Students further shape their scholarship through intensive engagement in one of the following thematic specializations: values, ethics, and human rights; modernity, science, and secularism; visual culture, media, and technology; language, rhetoric, and performance; body and praxis; and theory and method.

Degree(s) Available: 
Master of Arts
Doctor of Philosophy