Interfaith Studies

In the twenty-first century, religion has dominated the headlines as never before.  Whether the subject is terrorism, gender identity, or the environment, religion and worldview differences are a central feature of life in our global society.

At the same time, virtually every professional field requires practitioners to make decisions and forge relationships in the context of cultural difference. Those who major in sociology, political science, business, and other fields will all find interfaith study a challenging and valuable asset for living and working in a global context.


Ozarks student attends regional Religion conference

Christina Paoli is excited about her major. The junior Religion major from Maumelle recently returned from a weekend in Dallas attending the 2012 Southwest Commission on Religious Studies Conference, and she had a lot to say about it.

Daily book reveals little known battles for Native American rights

Clarksville, Ark. — Publishing is a part of the academic life, and in their quest for subjects on which to devote their energies, professors often find unique and little-known areas of inquiry for their books.

James has paper accepted at religious studies conference

Clarksville, Ark. — Dustin James, a senior religion and philosophy major from Wickes, Ark., has had a paper accepted by the 2010 Southwest Commission on Religious Studies (SWCRS), scheduled for March in Texas.