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A Message from the Chancellor

Posted on February 5, 2024

While the BA in Religious Studies will be discontinued, I have accepted a thoughtful recommendation by Dr. Gregory Grieve and […]


Spring 2024 Course Offerings

Posted on November 3, 2023

It is time to register for the Spring semester! The UNC Greensboro Religious Studies Department is excited to announce its […]


2023 Levinson Lecture

Posted on September 20, 2023

Join us for the Annual Levinson Lecture! About the lecture: Since 2020, Jewish congregations in the USA have had to […]


Newsletter by University Teaching and Learning Commons: Teaching During Ramadan

Posted on March 15, 2023

In this month’s newsletter, the UTLC shares tips for faculty and staff about teaching during Ramadan. These suggestions and the […]


This Friday Feb 24th “The Vast Oceans: A Transatlantic African Sufi Past” by Dr. Youssef Carter

Posted on February 20, 2023

In this talk, Dr. Carter will share his fascinating study of the transatlantic spiritual network of African-American and West African […]


New Article About the NCSV! – “Gaming Network Bolsters Community and Sparks Scholarship”

Posted on January 20, 2023

Want to learn more about the Network for the Cultural Study of Video Gaming? Visit their website


Ashby Dialogues: “Gender, Gorons, Gerudo, and Queerness in the Legend of Zelda”

Posted on November 17, 2022

Interested in gender and sexuality, queer studies, or video games? Then don’t miss the next Ashby Dialogues event, with guest […]


New Article About NCSV! – “Professor Explores Evil and Morality in Video Games”

Posted on November 10, 2022

UNCG News has just published an article discussing Dr. Grieve’s work on video games and concepts of morality. If you […]


First Meeting of the Religious Studies Club, Friday Oct. 28th

Posted on October 18, 2022


Presentation by Dr. Robert Wiley – “The Psychology of Written Language: Insights from Teaching and Studying Arabic”

Posted on October 18, 2022

Please join us for a presentation by speaker Dr. Robert Wiley, “The Psychology of Written Language: Insights from Teaching and […]