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Religious Studies and Anthropology Programs

Religious Studies Program

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The Religious Studies program promotes a diverse course of study, allowing students to approach their study of religion from four main perspectives: the major religious traditions of the world, the sacred texts found in these traditions, religions as they have been lived and practiced by communities throughout history, and religions in their modern and globalized forms. 

 

Anthropology Program

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Anthropology is the study of humanity in all of its wondrous chronological and geographic diversity and complexity. From the dawn of humanity over two million years ago to the latest breaking technological revolution, from the Arctic to the tip of Tierra del Fuego (South America), Anthropology introduces students to the variety and complexity of contemporary and past human societies 
and cultures.

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