Haverford students participate in a field study trip to Jerusalem, designed to augment a course taught by religion professor Naomi Koltun-Fromm.
The Department views religion as a central aspect of human culture and social life. Religions propose interpretations of reality and shape very particular forms of life. In so doing, they make use of many aspects of human culture, including art, architecture, music, literature, science, and philosophy–as well as countless forms of popular culture and daily behavior.
The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship welcomes four distinguished Muslim scholars for a day of lectures and discussion on contemporary reform and revival in Islam. Join us on Thursday, December 8 from 9:30am-4:30pm in the Multicultural Center, Stokes 106.