In compliance with University directives for practicing social distancing, the Religious Studies office is closed to in-person classes, meetings, events, and advising until further notice. College of Arts and Sciences Advising, CASA, will provide advising services virtually using phone, email, and video chat through Google Meet. Visit CASA, casa.uncg.edu/ , for more information regarding advising.
Religious Studies faculty and staff will be working remotely and will not be in our offices. Faculty and Staff are available using email, to arrange for appointments to be held by phone or online using a video conferencing platform.
The Religious Studies phones are being monitored limitedly, but if you need additional assistance, please contact email@example.com. Students, please continue to monitor your email and Spartan Alerts for the latest information from UNCG.
In today’s world, societies are multi-dimensional and understanding the dynamics of power is critical. The Assemblages Anti-Oppression Works at UNCG […]Read More
I was interested in so many different things, and I loved learning about many different kinds of people and their beliefs. I also really enjoyed the history aspect of Religious Studies – learning why wars were started, who wrote which parts of the Bible, and how/when different religions developed.Read More
Derek Krueger, Editor Prayer and Worship in Eastern Christianities, 5th to 11th Centuries forges a new conversation about the diversity […]Read More
May 11, 2020
Congrats to UNCG’s Religious Studies alum, Scott Ferguson, who graduated from University of Chicago’s Divinity School this semester (Spring 2020). […]
April 30, 2020
Check out Religious Studies professor’s, David McDuffie, article in the academic blog Religion and Global Society to see how he […]
April 29, 2020
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UNCG is proud of the diversity of its student body and is committed to its mission to provide access and opportunity for all. In the Department of Religious Studies, we recognize the diversity of our students’ backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives as a particularly valuable asset that enables all of us to more deeply explore religion’s complex manifestations and impacts upon our world. We seek to provide an inclusive campus community that reflects and values the diversity of our world.