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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.
Miami to host conference on Eastern Christianity
eastern-christianity.jpgProfessor Scott Kenworthy is organizing a conference of the Association for the Study of Eastern Christian History and Culture, to be held at Miami in March 2017.
Dr. Wilson presents new research on gender, pilgrimage, and ritual suicide
pilgrim-ayyappan.jpgProfessor Liz Wilson examines anxieties about masculinity among male pilgrims to a Hindu shrine, as well as legal controversies over a Jain practice of fasting to death.
Miami's Constitution Day Conference brings in nationally recognized scholars to provide modern context to the U.S. Constitution
On September 22, the Miami University Janus Forum, in partnership with the Jack Miller Center, presented the Constitution Day Conference in Armstrong Student Center
Janus Forum celebrates Constitution Day with roundtable discussions and special guests
On Thursday, September 22, Miami's Janus Forum will partner with the Jack Miller Center to present its first Constitution Day Conference, a day-long event involving moderated, roundtable discussions focusing on both historical and modern interpretations of the U.S. Constitution
Department raises funds during MoveInMiami
moveinmiami2016-sm.jpgHelp the Department of Comparative Religion raise funds for student scholarships. We're aiming for 25 donors by August 25. The department will match funds 2 to 1.
Students receive departmental honors
awards-2016-135x135.jpgThe Department of Comparative Religion honored the recipients of four student excellence awards, as well as the department's graduating honor society inductees.
Dean's Scholar Sarah Manning presents her research
manning-sarah-135x135.jpgA double major in religion and international studies, Manning argues that the U.S. needs a national security strategy which includes the perspectives of experts in religion.