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The Department of Religion would like to congratulate Nadia Talebi for her recent induction into Theta Alpha Kappa. Theta Alpha Kappa is a national honors society that recognizes students for their academic achievements in the fields of religious studies and theology. 

With the support of the Department of Religion and Institute for African American Studies, graduate students Chera Jo Watts and Sha’Mira Covington recently attended the Southern Humanities Council Conference in Memphis, TN, where they presented on their work facilitating the Hood Feminism

Wayne Coppins published translations of three books: Oda Wischmeyer's Love as Agape, Jens Schröter's The Apocryphal Gospels, and

Congratulations to Department of Classics student Isaac Lang, whose essay "'No One Looked on You in Pity or Compassion': The Marginalization of Women in Ezekiel 16"  has been published in The Classic

Congratulations to Nathan Fleeson who has curated an exhibit case titled "Not All Vampi

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