Lerone A. Martin is the second faculty director appointed in the history of Stanford’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute, following Clayborne Carson’s retirement in 2020.
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Two IDEAL faculty hires in the School of Humanities and Sciences
Destin Jenkins and Alexis Wells-Oghoghomeh will join the Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences faculty
AUGUST 13, 2021
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Ringleaders of Redemption: How Medieval Dance Became Sacred recently published by Kathryn Dickason, PhD alumna in Religious Studies. This is the first comprehensive monograph on medieval religious... Read More
The Department of Religious Studies at Stanford University stands in solidarity with the Department of Religion at the University of Vermont. The academic study of religion is a critical discipline... Read More
The Religious Studies Department at Stanford invites applications for an open rank, tenure track position in American Religions with a focus on race and inequality.
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Chinese Heirs to Muhammad: Writing Islamic History in Early Modern China recently published by J. Lilu Chen, PhD Alumna in Religious Studies. How was the past imagined by Hui Muslims in late... Read More
The Stanford Humanities Center invites applications for the Mellon Fellowship of Scholars in the Humanities, a unique opportunity for recent PhD recipients in the humanities to develop as scholars... Read More
Kirsti Copeland, Lecturer in Religious Studies and Associate Dean of Student Affairs in the School of Engineering on online instruction and learning in Building Heaven and Hell (RELIGST 147)
Hearty congratulations to Adeana McNicholl on her recent success in an increasingly competitive job market! After finishing her dissertation at the end of the 2018-2019 academic year, Adeana will... Read More
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... Read More
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 “... Read More
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... Read More
A new book released today, Jonathan Edwards Encyclodedia, contains an entry written by modern Christianity PhD student, Daniel Gullotta on Edwards' understanding of 'Theodicy'.
The Buddha's Word at Stanford (RELIGST 228/328) is linked to a Cantor Arts exhibition investigating the history of Buddhist manuscript and print culture in Asia using manuscripts and woodblock prints... Read More