Woman with Prayer Wheel, Lhasa, Tibet. Flickr CC: Kholkute.
Muslim Girls, Kuala Lumpur. Flickr CC: Stuck in Customs.
Rabbi, Jerusalem. Flickr CC: Lev_Cap.
Veiled Woman, Mumbai. Flickr CC: Stuck in Customs.
Dia de los Muertos, Los Angeles. Flickr CC: Salina Canizales.
Mt. Hagen Festival Dancers, Papua New Guinea. Flickr CC: Ian @ ThePaperboy.com.
Festival of St. Theresa, Nayarit, Mexico. Flickr CC: Fernando Rosales.
Spirits in the Night, Palo Alto. Flickr CC: Thomas Hawk.
Tharlam Monastery, Kathmandu. Flickr CC: Wonderlane.
Festival of Chariots (Ratha Yatra), London. Flickr CC: Swamibu.
Greeting from Village Girl, Gingipani, Himalayas. Photo: Christina Rivera, Solbeam.com.
The Study of Religion is an intellectually exciting program focused on a subject matter that many scholars in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences consider to be an intrinsic dimension of humanity—religion.
Our majors and minors are scholars who study religion because they are fascinated by human beings. They seek insight into what people believe; what they desire from life; why they act as they do; how they understand and cope with calamity and suffering. ...more