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Welcome to Religious Studies

Posted August 15, 2021

Welcome! Are you curious about exorcism in medieval art, how the world’s religious traditions might just be on track to make the world more environmentally sustainable, or what ancient sacred texts biblical scholars and archeologists have recently discovered? Then you are curious about religious studies! With a major and a minor in religious studies, Texas […]

Recognition roundup

Recognition Roundup 2021

Posted May 15, 2021

The College of Liberal Arts is known for having highly-regarded faculty members and students. Here, we compiled just a few of the recent recognitions from the 2021 spring semester.

Upcoming events

  • Speaker: Sylviane A. Diouf

    October 29, 2021: Dr. Rebecca Hankins and the Africana Studies program present Sylvaine A. Diouf, PhD, an award-winning historian of the African Diaspora and a curator.

  • Speaker: Robert Chao Romero

    Dr. Felipe Hinojosa and the Latino/Mexican American Studies program present Robert Chao Romero on November, 18th, 2021. His research explores the little-known history of Asian-Latinos, as well as the role of Christianity in social justice movements in Latin America and among U.S. Latinas/os.

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Brian Light, Owner and Executive Chef of Ronin Farm & Restaurant in Bryan, Texas explains his use of biodynamic gardening principles to Dr. Veldman's 'Religion and the Environment' class (Spring 2021). Biodynamics has roots in an early twentieth esoteric spiritual tradition known as Anthroposophy. (Credit: Morgan Meredith)