Tag: Ted Trost

Advising Season Soon Arrives

Now that spring break is here, we know our students have only one thing on their minds — Fall classes! So, when classes resume after the break, we will begin our advising period in the Department; REL majors and minors, and JS minors, will need to set up a meeting with Dr. Trost (filling in for Dr. Jacobs, who is on sabbatical this semester) on the clipboard in the main office. Wondering what classes we’re offering? Well take a look […]

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Backstory: Prof. Ted Trost

“Backstory” is a series that asks the REL Faculty to tell us a little bit about themselves, to explore how they became interested in the academic study of religion and their own specialty, elaborating on their current work both within and outside the University. Where are you from? I went to elementary school in Pennsylvania, junior high school in New York, and high school in Michigan. After completing college in Michigan, I lived in England, California, and Massachusetts before coming […]

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AAR, Take Two

Prof. Ted Trost, who is currently on sabbatical at Leeds University in Leeds, England, met up with us at the AAR to talk about what he’s doing during his year abroad. To find out more about sabbaticals and Prof. Trost’s work, take a look at the latest video from the AAR. And stay tuned for Part III… AAR 2013: Talking Sabbaticals with Prof. Trost from UA Religious Studies. […]

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