Upcoming Events

October 2019

Oct 17 | 3:30–5:30 p.m.
NAU 342

Recent Research on Religion in Africa: Trends and Challenges

Recent Research on Religion in Africa: Trends and Challenges

Oct 17 | 3:30–5:30 p.m.
NAU 342


RECENT RESEARCH ON RELIGION IN AFRICA: TRENDS AND CHALLENGES “The Festivalization of Religion in Africa” Dr. Rosalind Hackett, University of Tennessee “The Buffalax Effect: African Theories vs. Theorizing Africa” Dr. Oludamini Ogunnaike, University of Virginia “NGOs, Human Rights, & Religious Authority: Reflections on ‘Ritual Slavery’ in Southeastern Ghana” Dr. Julie Jenkins, University of Virginia “Alhaji Pastor: Research on the Other Side of Religious Tolerance” Dr. Brian Smithson, University of Virginia OCTOBER 17, 2019 | 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM | NAU 342 PRESENTED BY THE FORUM ON DEMOCRACY AND RELIGION & THE VIRIGINIA CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF RELIGION  

November 2019

Nov 15
10:30 | Wilson 142

Ahmed al-Rahim, "Mobility and Knowledge in the Mongol Empire"

Ahmed al-Rahim, "Mobility and Knowledge in the Mongol Empire"

Nov 15
10:30 | Wilson 142


Ahmed al-Rahim, Department of Religious Studies, “Mobility and Knowledge in the Mongol Empire.” Part of the Mellon Fellows Seminar Series. 
Nov 21
144 New Cabell Hall

Shifa Noor, "Muhammad Iqbal & the Restlessness of God"

Shifa Noor, "Muhammad Iqbal & the Restlessness of God"

Nov 21
144 New Cabell Hall