- Religious Studies
Religious Studies Visiting Assistant Professor Dr. Keith Edward Cantú discusses his new book on the Śaiva yoga and global importance of the Tamil author Sri Sabhapati Swami, entitled Like a Tree Universally Spread: Sri Sabhapati Swami and Śivarājayoga on the November 16, 2023 episode of the New Books in Indian Religions podcast.
Religious Studies Associate Professor and Department Chair Damon Berry has published an article for MDPI journal religions. “ ‘Good Militias’ for Trump: Race, Religion, and Legitimacy in the Modern Militia Movement” was published on November 27, 2023.
Over Thanksgiving break Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Department Chairperson Damon T. Berry, will present his research at the Annual Meeting American Academy of Religion in San Antonio, Texas for two panels on the topics of religious nationalism and the contradictions of Christian Nationalism in the United States in the 21st century.
Religious Studies Professor Mark MacWilliams has authored a chapter in the new book Comics, Culture, and Religion: Faith Imagined, edited by Kees de Groot, Tilburg University, and The Netherlands.
Every year, Laurentians headed for summer internships in Washington D.C. pack their best business attire, prepare to navigate the Metro system, and tap their networks to find temporary housing in our nation’s capital city. Many of these students got their first taste of living and working in D.C. while on a SLU Connect networking trip earlier in the year.
St. Lawrence University announced its 2022-23 Moving-Up Day academic award winners, as well as Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa’s newest inductees on Saturday, April 29.
Available Jul 27, 2023 Dr. Berry examines how leaders within the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), a charismatically inclined Evangelical movement, claim their support for Trump came from alleged...
The Reality of Harvard’s Commitment to Indigenous Repatriation By Hannah Eliason , Contributing Opinion Writer Hannah Eliason is a first-year master’s student in Theological Studies at the Harvard...
Faculty members put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Recently, faculty published journal articles and presented at domestic and international conferences.
To mark the beginning of a new academic year and celebrate the contributions of all members of the St. Lawrence community, the University honored several employees with awards for their outstanding service and recognized a number of faculty who earned tenure and promotions during their annual Convocation event. The ceremony was held outside in the Herring-Cole Grove on Wednesday, August 25.