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    Harold Kasimow: Remembrances of a Child Holocaust Survivor

    “Remembrances of a Child Holocaust Survivor” by Harold Kasimow, the George A. Drake Professor of Religious Studies Emeritus, Grinnell College. April 28, 2022.

    The talk was co-sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies; Center for Religion, Spirituality, and Social Justice; Chaverim: Jewish Student Organization; Department of History; Department of Russian; Russian, Central European, and Eurasian Studies; Peace and Conflict Studies, German Studies, and European Studies.

    Download the transcript (PDF).

Voodoo Valris

Introduction to the Contemporary Roles of Haitian Vodou

The Haitian Arts Digital Crossroads (HADC) presents Introduction to the Contemporary Roles of Haitian Vodou from 5-7 pm on Monday, June 27,2022 in HSSC *N3110.
Dixuan Yujing Chen teaches religious studies

Alternative Perspectives on Healing

Religion, Healing, and Health (REL 252) is an interdisciplinary course that explores the religious and social dimensions of healing worldwide. The course includes explorations of the complex relationships among spiritual practices, health, and wellness.
Middle Eastern text with magifying glass

The Intertwined Study of Religion and History

As a student in the course Studying Religion: Middle East (REL 103), which serves as an introduction to the religious studies major, you’ll be immersed in the history and religions of the Middle East.

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