Studying
Religion in
Culture


Events

Dr. Eddie Glaude, Princeton University, talking with REL grad Anna Davis after his public lecture...

 

To serve not only the needs and interests of our students but also the wider University as well as the local Alabama community, the Department of Religious Studies is pleased to host a number of lectures each semester, which include the:

Aronov Lecture

The Day Lecture

REL Honors Research Symposium

Religion in Culture Lecture Series

Religion in Culture Lunchtime Discussion Series

TAK Lunchtime Discussion Series

There and Back Again: A Grad's Tale

This discussion series is an informal opportunity for our students to meet scholars--whether professors on our own campus or visitors from other campuses--and discussion their work with them.

Both of the Department's lecture series are open to the public and are free of charge.

The lunchtime discussion series, however, is limited to majors and minors in the Department of Religious Studies.

Although some of these events are funded by generous grants from the College of Arts & Sciences' Anonymous Lecture Fund for the Humanities, others are funded by the Department or in cooperation with other units.


Please consider joining us at an upcoming event. For more information, call our main office at 205-348-5271.


Past Events

2003-04

2005-06

2007-08

2009-10

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

 
 

 

 













Join us for the 15th Annual
Aronov Lecture
2016-17



Dr. Laura Levitt
Professor of Religion, Jewish Studies and Gender,
Temple University
March 21, 2017
at 7:00pm in the Ferguson
Center 3104


Learn more about the Aronov Lecture...


The 4th Annual
Zachary Daniel Day Lecture
2016-17 will be given by...



Dr. Jason Bivins
Professor of Religious Studies,
NC State University
October 20, 2016

at 7:00pm in Gorgas 205

Flyer for the event (PDF)
Learn more about the Day Lecture...


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