Professor J. Kameron Carter gave a talk at the University of Pennsylvania’s Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies titled “Jews and the Religion of Whiteness.”
At Home and Abroad bridges the divide in the study of American religion, law, and politics.
Teaching Religion in Public (TRiP) begins their Spring series on Scripture.
Rowena Galavitz has been accepted into the Article Writing Workshop for the spring semester offered by Indiana University's Writing Tutorial Services.
Graduate student, Brian Hillman, presented papers at a recent conference and workshop.
The Undergraduate Religious Studies Association (URSA) will be holding a virtual book group during the spring semester.
Winnifred Sullivan’s essay, “President Trump visits St. John’s Church made The Immanent Frame’s ten most-read essays of 2020.
The Institute for Islamic, Christian, and Jewish Studies (ICJS) has invited scholars and thinkers to revisit Dabru Emet in a public-facing, online academic forum in honor of its 20th anniversary in partnership with American Religion.
Rebecca Manring virtually takes part in AIIS language classes in India.
Congratulations to undergraduate, Darius Sohrab, on being elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Constance Furey organized an AAR Online Conference roundtable session on teaching the 1619 Project.
Professor Cooper Harriss has three recent essays out in edited volumes.
Laura Carlson Hasler publishes article in December 2020 issue of Bible & Critical Theory journal.
David Haberman was a featured speaker for a program for college and university faculty on “Interdisciplinary Approaches to Research Methodology in Social Sciences,” that was held in Kolkata,
Lisa Sideris published a recent essay on the spiritual practices of attending to nature.
Stephen Selka participates in Brazilian conference roundtable discussion on race relations.
Nicolò Sassi gave an invited talk titled comparing Byzantine, Syriac, and Ethiopic Hagiography at the University of Genoa, Italy.
Patrick Lally Michelson led online discussions with undergraduate students from IU and Tel Aviv University.
Lisa Sideris recently published an essay related to Covid-19 lockdowns.