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    • City of God: Christian citizenship in post-war Guatemala

      City of God: Christian citizenship in post-war Guatemala

      Professor Kevin O’Neill discusses Christian citizenship in post-war Guatemala.

       
    • Spring Newsletter, 2010-11

      Spring Newsletter, 2010-11

      From the Chair, John Kloppenborg 2010-11 has been an exciting year! In July we welcomed Simon Coleman, the fifth Chancellor Jackman Chair to be appointed by the U of T. […]

       
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    • Undergraduates appointed Jackman Fellows

      Undergraduates appointed Jackman Fellows

      The Jackman Humanities Institute has appointed six Undergraduate Fellows for 2011-2012, and two of these are Religion majors. JHI Undergraduate Fellows are linked with faculty fellows who supervise the students’ […]

       
    • Islam and the Bible

      Islam and the Bible

      Professor Walid Saleh was recently featured in the U of T Magazine, with a story on his research into medieval Arabic translations of the Bible.  Journalist John Lorinc explains how […]

       
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    • New and upcoming books on Islam

      New and upcoming books on Islam

      In celebration of new and upcoming books on Islam by three of our faculty, join us on Wednesday, March 9th, from 5-7 pm, at the University of Toronto Arts Centre, […]

       
    • Students and faculty headed for Germany

      Students and faculty headed for Germany

      Eleven Ph.D. students will be traveling to Germany in February 2011, with the support of a DAAD Study Tour Grant. Profs. Amira Mittermaier and Pamela Klassen will be leading the […]

       
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    • Ruth Marshall on Spiritual Warfare

      Ruth Marshall on Spiritual Warfare

      Assistant Professor Ruth Marshall‘s 2009 book, pictured at right, has already received rave reviews. Jean-François Bayart, of the French National Center for Scientific Research, writes, “This is one of the […]

       
    • Kevin O’Neill on Two Ways Out

      Kevin O’Neill on Two Ways Out

      With support from The Wenner Gren Foundation, the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Kevin O’Neill is pursuing fieldwork for a new book, tentatively […]

       
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    • Shafique Virani wins OCUFA Teaching Award

      Shafique Virani wins OCUFA Teaching Award

      Three U of T faculty members received recognition from the Ontario Confederation of Faculty Associations for their skills in the classroom. Professors Susan McCahan of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Shafique […]

       
    • Planning for the Dead Sea Scrolls

      Planning for the Dead Sea Scrolls

      By Eva Mroczek Before I entered graduate school, I imagined the life of a scholar to be cerebral and solitary and expected to spend days locked in a library pouring […]

       
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    • Research Partnerships Program

      Research Partnerships Program

      In the Department for the Study of Religion’s new Research Partnership Program, seven undergraduates and Master’s Degree students are working with faculty and senior graduate students on their research. East […]

       
    • Testing Methods and Teaching Islam

      Testing Methods and Teaching Islam

      By Shaftolu Gulamadov I worked this year as RA for Shafique Virani, assisting with his courses at the UTM campus. Virani is a lively and inspirational teacher of Islamic history […]

       
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    • Doctoral Student Joins Translation Team

      Doctoral Student Joins Translation Team

      Doctoral student Bryan Levman participated in a three week workshop at the Mangalam Centre in Berkeley, California, on translating the recently discovered Sanskrit edition of the Vimalakirtinirdesa sutra (discovered in […]

       
    • Jain Studies in India

      Jain Studies in India

      By Sean Hillman Since returning from the International Summer School for Jain Studies in India, the end of which had me giving my first paper presentation ever on “Jain Voluntary […]

       
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    • Media, Communication & Engagement

      Media, Communication & Engagement

      Stephen Scharper: professor, and journalist and columnist

       
    • The 32 Signs of the Buddha: Medical Considerations

      The 32 Signs of the Buddha: Medical Considerations

      By Stella Sandahl I had the pleasure of supervising Dr. Oleg Bendz’s MA thesis, which was completed last year in the Dept. of East Asian Studies, on the 32 signs […]

       
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    • Democracy’s Gift: Politics, anxiety, and hope in the 21st century

      Democracy’s Gift: Politics, anxiety, and hope in the 21st century

      Professor Mark Kingwell in a critical discussion about the future of democracy

       
    • Zoroastrianism

      Zoroastrianism

      Professor Enrico G. Raffaelli on the ancient Iranian religion and religious philosophy

       
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    • Troubled Times for the Catholic Church

      Troubled Times for the Catholic Church

      Stephen Scharper joins a discussion considering whether the Catholic Church has a credibility crisis

       
    • Islamic Law and Development

      Islamic Law and Development

      Professor Mohammed Fadel lectures on Islamic law and development in the Gulf states

       
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    • In Defense of Religious Liberty

      In Defense of Religious Liberty

      Professor David Novak discusses his new book on religious liberty

       
    • About the Study of Religion

      About the Study of Religion

      Professor Shafique Virani on the topics, people and places that make up the academic stufy of religion.

       
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    • Visiting the Dead Sea Scrolls

      Visiting the Dead Sea Scrolls

      This Year at the Centre for Jewish Studies By Tim Langille The 2009-10 academic year has been an eventful one for the Centre for Jewish Studies. The first event of […]

       
    • Graduate student-faculty research partnerships in Religion

      Graduate student-faculty research partnerships in Religion

      On top of their regular coursework, many CSR students are conducting exciting and original research in collaboration with faculty. Doctoral candidate Sarah Rollens, for example, pictured,  is one of several […]

       
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    • Concrete Reveries: Consciousness and The City

      Concrete Reveries: Consciousness and The City

      Mark Kingwell presents the inaugural lecture of the Advanced Institute for Globalization and Culture