Religious Studies at Memorial University provides students with the opportunity to learn about the religious dimensions of historical and contemporary cultures. You need not be religious to study religion; we use the same kinds of methods found in other fields, such as anthropology, history, and philosophy. The Department offers courses in a variety of areas, including survery and advanced courses in the world's religious traditions, and the interaction of religion with other domains, such as politics, popular culture, and ecology. The Religious Studies major advances intercultural competence, historical knowledge and high-level thinking skills.
Department Head: Dr. Patricia Dold, firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Liaison: Dr. Michael DeRoche, email@example.com
Graduate Coordinator: Dr. Jennifer Selby, firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Assistant: Mrs. Annette Sullivan, email@example.com