What can intentional communities seeking to live sustainably teach the world? Can they lead broader communities in ways of simplicity, democracy, and nonviolence? These are the questions at the center of Dr. Whitney A. Sanford’s new work, Living Sustainably: What
This special summer bulletin features some fresh presentations from our faculty, publications from students and faculty, alumni news, and a new book from Dr. Whitney Sanford entitled Living Sustainably: What Intentional Communities Can Teach Us about Democracy, Simplicity, and Nonviolence.
RELIGION, MEDICINE AND HEALING (REL 3098/ ANT 3930) Professor Robin M. Wright (ONLINE) This course is dedicated to the study of non-Western healers and medicine in relation to various religious traditions around the globe. The most important themes we shall
*Aya Cockram is a graduate student in UF’s Religion Department. Cocrkam contributed this blog post in her personal capacity. The views expressed are her own and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Florida Religion Department, University of Florida’s College
What do you know about Governor Sydney J. Catts and the anti-Catholic platform he ran on in 1916? Sarah “Moxy” Moczygemba, a Religion and the Americas doctoral student and outreach assistant for the Florida & Puerto Rico Digital Newspaper Project,
On January 21, 2017, the Matheson History Museum welcomed visitors to River of Dreams: The St. Johns River and its Springs. This exhibit took months of planning, fieldwork, and meetings (and several heroic late nights by UF Museum Studies personnel), but seeing the
*Victoria Machado is a Ph.D. student in UF Religion’s Religion and Nature track. Ms. Machado contributed this blog post in her personal capacity. The views expressed are her own and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Florida Religion
The American Academy of Religion brings thousands of professors and students, authors and publishers, religious leaders and interested laypersons to its Annual Meeting each year. Co-hosted with the Society of Biblical Literature, the Annual Meetings are the largest events of
Can you believe it? Football season is flying by, Thanksgiving break is just around the corner, and it’s time to register for Spring classes. As you register for Spring coursework in the coming weeks we wanted to make sure you
Friday Bulletin, October 7, 2016 News and Upcoming Events The American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program (Department of Religion) will be presenting on Native Peoples’ Recognition Day at UF with the Screening of the Film, “The Seventh Fire” on October 10, 2016, at 4:05pm.