The Religion and the Human Sciences workshop is a University-wide forum for scholars of the humanities and social sciences to discuss religion. Our faculty advisors are Alireza Doostdar, Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies and Anthropology of Religion, Christian K. Wedemeyer,  Associate Professor of the History of Religions, Angie Heo, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Sociology of Religion, and Paul Copp, Associate Professor in Chinese Religion and Thought.

Within the Divinity School, our participants include students and faculty from Anthropology and Sociology of Religion, History of Religions, and Religion, Literature, and Visual Culture. We will be holding workshops every other week during the 2019 Fall Quarter, from 4:30-6:00 pm. We typically meet in the Martin Marty Library or Seminar room.

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For further information about attending or presenting at the Religion and the Human Sciences workshop, feel free to reach out to our student coordinator:

Claire Hautot :