Religion and Culture Workshop
The Religion and Culture Workshop is a weekly interdisciplinary seminar for the discussion of work in progress by CSR dissertation fellows and visiting scholars. The goal of the workshop is to foster a writers’ group in which participants present work-in-progress (usually related to a chapter of their dissertation or book project) and receive constructive criticism. We also aim to encourage intellectual interchange with specialists outside one’s normal discipline or subfield. Papers are prepared and distributed in advance of each week’s meeting. For 2014-2015, the seminar will meet on Mondays from 12:30 to 1:50 pm, in Room 137 of 1879 Hall (the Religion Department).
The workshop is led in 2014-2015 by Professor Elaine Pagels of the Religion Department. The Religion and Culture Workshop brings together researchers working in a variety of disciplines, including history, anthropology, literature, philosophy, ethics, art, and area studies.
The 2014-2015 Religion and Culture Workshop Schedule is listed here.
2014-2015 Religion and Culture Graduate Student Fellows are listed here.