Shaping society since the beginning of time.

The study of religion at UVM is a crucial part of the wider study of human cultures, global affairs, and personal identities; it is not tied to previous religious training or present religious affiliation. Religious study is the investigation of the myths, rituals, ethical systems, and social formations that human beings have created in response to what they perceive to be powers beyond the human. War and peace, states and revolutions, laws and communities have been shaped by religious aspirations and commitments. Discover why people study religion, and learn more about the B.A. in religion.

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Courses that reflect faculty expertise

At UVM your classes are taught by full-time faculty members who are also leading researchers in their field. You’ll learn from active scholars who are also expert teachers. Our faculty's methodological approaches include comparative study, feminist theory, cognitive science, philosophical inquiry, social theory, and historical analysis.

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