Haim Rechnitzer is coming to do a poetry reading
rechnitzer.jpgA rabbi, a poet, and a professor walked into a bar--and they were all the same person. Dr. Rechnitzer will read his poetry on March 1 in Shriver Center.
Miami students invited to contribute to "Media, Ethics, and Religion" conference
This undergraduate conference will be held at Christopher Newport University, in Virginia. Paper proposals are due March 18.
Faculty and students meet to discuss implications of the federal government's immigration ban
The Departments of Political Science, Comparative Religion, and Global and Intercultural Studies recently hosted a special "pop-up" lecture in which students and professors came together to discuss President Trump's recent immigration ban on seven Muslim-majority countries
REL 101 students create art to memorialize the dead
Their work will be displayed in Munich as part of an exhibit by artist Ute Frank.
Dr. Scott Kenworthy organizes Eastern Christianity conference at Miami
Miami faculty, students, and staff are invited to explore "Eastern Christianity, Reformations, and Revolutions."
Dr. French speaks on panel about the immigration ban
french-75x75.jpgThe panel discussion will be held Thursday, Feb. 2, 7:00-9:00 p.m., in FSB 1000 (Taylor Auditorium)
"What the L?": CAS faculty from diverse fields provide insight into their latest language research
During the fall 2016 semester, Miami faculty from three different CAS departments presented previews of their current language research projects for the "What the L?" series of lectures, which was held in October, November, and December and covered different related topics
Human Rights and Social Justice Film Festival one of the highlights of International Education Week at Miami
In observance of International Education Week this past November, Miami's Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC) collaborated with the Center for American and World Cultures (CAWC) and Global Initiatives to host a number of events and activities
Alumni Advisory Board thanks donors to our #MoveInMiami campaign
We raised $1,345 for the Rappleye Scholarship, an award for Comparative Religion majors.