Welcome Back 2018, Part 4

Here’s the final installment in our four part welcome back series.

If you’re new to the Department, be sure to swing by our office (MA 212) to get some cool swag to start the year off right. And introduce yourself to Prof. Altman, our new Undergrad Director.

And Finally…Welcome Back! from UA Religious Studies.

Welcome Back 2018, Part 1

The new semester is almost here and you know what that means…

Welcome back videos! (Yes, that’s a plural.)

We had a busy summer, getting ready for a new school year. There’s been a few changes and a few adjustments — our eye’s always on the details.

We hope you too had a great summer and are all set
for another school year to start.

Welcome Back: Tidying Up from UA Religious Studies.

The 14th Annual Aronov Lecture


glaude blog postBack in March, Dr. Eddie Glaude, the William S. Tod Professor of Religion and African American Studies at Princeton University (and incoming President of the American Academy of Religion [AAR]), presented his lecture, titled “Democracy in Black: The Value Gap,” as the Religious Studies Department’s 14th annual Aronov Lecture. (Learn more about this annual lecture series.)

Did you miss it?

Not to worry! You can follow the link below or watch it here.

Our thanks to Caity Walker and Jared Powell for filming and posting the lecture.

The 14th Annual Aronov Lecture: Dr. Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. from UA Religious Studies.

10 Things I Learned at the REL Film Studios

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Russell McCutcheon wrote a post on this blog recently in which he talked about the history and development of our filmmaking ventures here at REL, and as a student worker heavily involved in producing the films, I felt the need to respond to his post. For about two years now I’ve been planning, directing, filming, and editing our department’s videos, with some help from Andie of course, and the process came with a bit of a learning curve. So now, as I pass my knowledge on to the next REL filmmaker, Caity Walker, I’ve assembled a “top 10” list of tips that I’ve learned over the years. Continue reading