Activities and Accolades

  • IU Religious Studies has been awarded a $1 million grant by the Henry Luce Foundation to support our 'Being Human' project, other research and outreach initiatives. The grant is funded through the Luce Foundation's Theology Program. IU is one of only a small number of research institutions to receive $1 million grants through this program.
  • IU Medieval Studies Institute is hosting a workshop focusing on the relationships between Jews, Christians, and Muslims in the late ancient and early medieval worlds. Participants include IU Religious Studies faculty Kevin Jaques and graduate students Abby Kulisz and Nicolo Sassi.
    Fri Jan 25, 2-5:30pm, GISB 3067 &
    Sat Jan 26, 9am-12:30pm CAHI House.
  • Lisa Sideris will be participating in an upcoming seminar at Butler University on Religion and Global Affairs on Monday, Mar 4 at 7pm. This year’s theme focuses on “Sacred Places: Intersections of Religion and Ecology.” She will talk on what it means to “think globally and act locally” in terms of ecology and ecojustice and important environmental work being done right here in Indiana.
  • The Department of Religious Studies is thrilled to welcome Professor J. Kameron Carter, who has joined our faculty and will begin teaching in 2019.
  • Lisa Sideris was a visiting scholar at Charles Sturt University in Canberra, Australia, at the Public and Contextual Theology Research Centre in connection with a project on Religion, Ethics, and the Anthropocene.
  • Lisa Sideris talks with David Haberman about her upcoming Gifford lecture.
  • The Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics, and Society(CSRES)
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