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In RELIGST 1: “Religion Around the Globe,” students learn about the role of religion in modern society by investigating and comparing the ancient and modern beliefs of six prominent world religions.  The four-unit course, offered in spring quarter, is taught by Religious Studies department chair...
Jan 30 2018 | Stanford Magazine | Posted In: In the News, Students
Not counting an early obsession with Greco-Roman mythology, Daniel Gullotta grew up in Australia with scant exposure to religion. But when he was 13, the 9/11 terrorist attacks confronted him with “bigger questions” that would lead him to embrace Christianity with fervor. After studying theology as...
Nov 20 2017
PhD student Adeana McNicholl presents "Being Buddha, Staying Woke: Racial Formation in Black Buddhist Writings", for the "Buddhism in the West" unit at  annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion.
Nov 10 2017
A new book released today, Jonathan Edwards Encyclodedia, contains an entry written by modern Christianity PhD student, Daniel Gullotta on Edwards' understanding of 'Theodicy'.