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Welcome to the Department of Religion

Thank you for visiting the webpage for the Department of Religion at the University of Georgia. In the context of the challenges posed by COVID-19, let me begin by encouraging you to contact me if you are in need of assistance or guidance at this time. More generally, I would like to express my strong commitment to our graduate students, majors, minors, and the many other students who come into contact with our department. We welcome inquiries from prospective students, at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and we strive to provide a stimulating and supportive environment for our current students.  

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Peabody Hall, the home of the Department of Religion, with sun lighting the front during a late winter afternoon. Photo by Dot Paul

 

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Jace Weaver has recently published an article on the concept of survivance in the Critical Theory for Political Theology 2.0 series for Political Theology.
The Department of Religion is thankful for the creation of the Wanda Faye Wilcox (Xena) Memorial Scholarship, which embodies well her values and commitments as an advisor and teacher.
Congratulations to Dr. Carolyn Medine, who has been appointed as the inaugural All Shall Be Well Professor in Religion.

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The Religion Department is a wonderful place to study, thanks in a large part to the gifts of alumni and friends. Our generous donors help the Department's mission by funding visiting speakers, offering events to welcome new students and helping to offer special programs to the Religion classes. We have a number of ways someone can contribute directly to the Department, either to the Religion Department Fund, the William L. Power Scholarship Fund, the Jewish Studies Program or the Virtual Center for Islamic Studies. Honor those who helped shape your love of Religion by making a gift today.

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