Tag: UF Religion

UF Religion at AAR/SBL 2018 in Denver, CO

The American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting brings thousands of professors and students, authors, publishers, religious leaders, journalists, and interested laypersons to its Annual Meeting each year. Co-hosted with the Society of Biblical Literature, the Annual Meetings

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Why Study Religion?

Why Major in Religion? Are you curious about people, societies, and cultures? Are you interested in the ideas and values that inspire and motivate people? Are you concerned about ideologies that inhibit progress or even spur people to violence? Religion

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Religion & Power: 3rd Annual RGSA Conference

3rd Annual RSGA Graduate Conference March 17, 2018 In an increasingly interconnected world, religion continues to play a critical role in the lives of individuals and their relations to society. Processes of colonialism, migration, and globalization have shaped and have

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It’s a Boston Gator Party! UF Religion at AAR/SBL 2017

The American Academy of Religion brings thousands of professors and students, authors, publishers, religious leaders, journalists, 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

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Religion in the News: November 10, 2017

Religion and society interact in multiple ways — from politics to pop-culture, fashion to technology. This week’s Religion in the News stories  explore the variety of ways religion and society are all cobbled together for good and for ill. Here are

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Religion in the News: September 29, 2017

Religion has always been with us. And it isn’t going away. Throughout history, it has expressed the deepest questions human beings can ask, and it has taken a central place in the lives of virtually all civilizations and cultures. Indeed, even

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Religion in the News: September 22, 2017

Religion has always been with us. And it isn’t going away. Throughout history, it has expressed the deepest questions human beings can ask, and it has taken a central place in the lives of virtually all civilizations and cultures. Indeed, even

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