- January 31, 2012 at 3:30 in the Jewish Studies Building’s Arnold Hall. The Department will be hosting Professor June McDaniel’s sabbatical lecture titled “Why Many Gods Become One God: Indonesia’s Strategy For Avoiding Jihad.”
- November 29th at 3:15 the Department of Religious Studies will be hosting Dr. Donald Lopez Jr., in the Jewish Studies Building’s Arnold Hall. Lecture topic is “Buddhism & Science: A Minority Report.”
- November 1st at 3:15 the Department of Religious Studies will be hosting Professor John Huddlestun’s sabbatical lecture in the Levin Library within the Jewish Studies Center. Lecture topic is “Blood on the Water: Contextualizing the First Biblical Plague.”
- October 4th at 3:30 the Department of Religious Studies will be hosting an Open House in their lounge for interested students to come and meet our faculty and staff. Please call at 843-953-0895 to rsvp or just show up. Oh, and come hungry.
- October 13th at 3:30 the Department of Religious Studies will be hosing guest lecturer Livia Kohn in the Jewish Studies Building’s Arnold Hall. Livia Kohn is a Professor Emerita of Daoist Studies at Boston University. She has written and edited over twenty-five books, as well as numerous articles and reviews. Lecture topic is “Daoist Sexual Cultivation.” All are welcome to attend and there is no charge.
- October 15th at 4:00 at the Gage Hall on Archdale Street, June McDaniel will be giving a lecture for the Charleston Jung Society titled “Light and Dark Archetypes of the Feminine: Jungian Psychology and Kundalini Yoga.” Tickets are $15 for students, $10 for members, and $20 for guests.
- October 17th and 18th is Fall Break.
- October 19th at 12:15, Professor John Huddlestun will be hostin a rown bag series titled “A Duped Patriarch, an Unlucky King, and a Conflicted Diviner: Reading Biblical Stories in Mulitple Dimensions” and it is located in the Jewish Studies Center’s Arnold Hall.
- September 21st at 12:15, Professor John Huddleston will be hosting a brown bag series titled “Genesis 38- The Tactics of a Clever Tamar, the Humiliation of a Duped Judah” and it is located in the Jewish Studies Center’s Arnold Hall.
- September 22cd at 6:00, Professor Louise Doire and the Religious Studies Club will be hosting a viewing of “First Person Singular” in honor of Nobel Peace Prize Winner Elie Wiesel’s lecture on Sunday September 25th.
- September 23rd at 3:00, Professor Louise Doire will be giving a lecture titled “Religion: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?” at the Rivers Residence Hall also known as the Hawkins Learning Center in the Buist Residence Hall.