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Oct 18 2018
The Department of Religious Studies at Stanford University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the field of Buddhist Studies, with a preference for applicants specializing in Tantric Buddhism and/or Buddhism of the Himalayas. The successful...
RELIGST 31: The Religious Life of Things taught by Professor and Department Chair John Kieschnick was featured in The Stanford Sphere's list of must-take courses for Fall Quarter 2018.
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...

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