The Religion Graduate Students Association of
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“Instituting Religion: Investigating Trajectories of the Study of Religion in Institutions of Higher Education
301 Philosophy Hall
Presentations by Graduate Students from throughout
This conference will examine how religion has been and continues to be produced and studied in institutions of higher learning, paying particular attention to the rise of religion departments, religion programs, seminaries, and divinity schools as well as their interrelationships with one another. Also under consideration is how religion departments and programs interrelate with other departments in which religion is studied. Finally, this conference will investigate how particular institutional contexts have created different schools of thought, contributing to the development of theories, methods, and general approaches to the study of religion (e.g. comparative approaches).
Sponsored by the Department of Religion of
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