Religion is deeply implicated in human culture, shaping morality and ethics, law and literature, politics and society. It is fundamental to civilizations worldwide, both premodern and modern, and it is never far from the front page of any newspaper. Our faculty and students are therefore eager to work in an interdisciplinary way to engage with economics, government, philosophy, psychology, sociology, and other fields in their religious contexts. Religion Department Website


Browse the Religion Collections:

Religion: Faculty Books

Religion: Faculty Publications

Religion: Student Work