CRSA hosts mini-lectures by religion faculty

On Tuesday, March 15, the Comparative Religion Student Association will host an event consisting of three mini-lectures by faculty from the Department of Comparative Religion. The event is an opportunity for students to sample the instruction provided in the department's courses.

The presenting faculty members are assistant professor Nathan French, a specialist in jihadist movements; assistant professor Rory Johnson, whose specializations include new religious movements, African American religions, and religion and the economy; and lecturer John-Charles Duffy, who teaches courses on religion in U.S. history and culture.

The event will be held on March 15, 6:00-7:30 p.m., in 002 Upham Hall. Refreshments will be provided.