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Please read "An Open Letter from the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia in Response to the Events of August 11th and 12th," under "In the News" below.

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Founded in 1967, we are the largest stand-alone religion department in the United States and play a leading role in the national and international study of religion. Rooted in the humanities and liberal arts, our faculty offer a comprehensive curriculum that spans traditions, geographies, and methodologies, including historical, philosophical, philological, ethnographic, and literary approaches.

Welcome!

Please read "An Open Letter from the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia in Response to the Events of August 11th and 12th," under "In the News" below.

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Founded in 1967, we are the largest stand-alone religion department in the United States and play a leading role in the national and international study of religion. Rooted in the humanities and liberal arts, our faculty offer a comprehensive curriculum that spans traditions, geographies, and methodologies, including historical, philosophical, philological, ethnographic, and literary approaches.

Welcome!

Please read "An Open Letter from the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia in Response to the Events of August 11th and 12th," under "In the News" below.

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Founded in 1967, we are the largest stand-alone religion department in the United States and play a leading role in the national and international study of religion. Rooted in the humanities and liberal arts, our faculty offer a comprehensive curriculum that spans traditions, geographies, and methodologies, including historical, philosophical, philological, ethnographic, and literary approaches.

Welcome!

Please read "An Open Letter from the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia in Response to the Events of August 11th and 12th," under "In the News" below.

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Founded in 1967, we are the largest stand-alone religion department in the United States and play a leading role in the national and international study of religion. Rooted in the humanities and liberal arts, our faculty offer a comprehensive curriculum that spans traditions, geographies, and methodologies, including historical, philosophical, philological, ethnographic, and literary approaches.