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From politics and art to science and war, the study of religion opens a gateway to understanding the world around us. Religious literacy is key to global citizenship in the 21st century.
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This is a space for faculty and graduate students in Stanford's Religious Studies Department to reflect on the ways in which their own work foregrounds issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity. We will feature a different graduate student and faculty member on a rotational basis.
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557 Escondido Mall Stanford, CA
This conference builds on a multi-year project that explores the 11th century clerical celibacy rules for both priests and women, and…
450 Jane Stanford Way, Building 460, Stanford, CA 94305
Terrace Room (Room 426)
Join biblical scholar Ilana Pardes, Katharine Cornell Professor of Comparative Literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Pardes is…