College of Letters & Science

Why Should a Journalist Call a Religious Studies Scholar?

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Nafziger Room, Vilas Hall
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Religious Studies Program Director Jordan Rosenblum will be giving a talk entitled "Why Should a Journalist Call a Religious Studies Scholar?” on Friday, October 13. This talk is a part of a series of events made possible by a grant received by Professor Susan Ridgely of the Religious Studies Program and Professor Mike Wagner of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC). The award is from the American Council of Learned Societies. The grant’s focus is on improving and strengthening the connection between religion, journalism, and international affairs. Free and open to the public.

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Welcome Back and Fall Updates

Welcome Back RS Students! One of the great things about summer is hearing from alums who visit Madison or send us news. This summer we heard from former RS majors and certificate students from Arizona to Atlanta. Their careers are equally wide ranging, from academic administration to audiology. Pictured here is Alison Hyde, who is putting both her RS major and Information Sciences degree to work at CNN Headquarters. RS can help you forge many paths and go many places. All the best as you take steps toward your own path in your classes this term!

Affiliate Professor Mark L. Louden Named Alfred L. Shoemaker, J. William Frey, and Don Yoder Professor of Germanic Linguistics

We would like to extend our congratulations to RS affiliate professor Mark L. Louden, recently named the Alfred L. Shoemaker, J. William Frey, and Don Yoder Professor of Germanic Linguistics.

Prof. Louden teaches the only religious studies course on the Amish in the United States. We will be offering this course in Fall 2018. Stay tuned!