The Comparative Religion department enthusiastically engages the College’s Experiential Learning mission by offering: Drew International Seminars (including one to Rome and one to Egypt in academic year 2011-12); Field Trips (including REL 101/Introduction to World Religions field trips to sacred spaces of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism); and Department gatherings in which faculty and students share their research in religion in a relaxed conversational setting.
Celebrate the season at Charisma Café
Tuesday December 3 from 5:00-6:30 in BC 101
Comp Rel students discuss their global research and local job/internship experiences.
Refreshments served. Free of charge. All are welcome.
Katelyn Cusmano and Maria Falzone on medicine in Ghana
Neftali Rodriguez on Santeria in the City
Greg Gedman on interviewing a world famous neuroscientist
Rebecca Riley on photography
Patrick Keough on civic engagement
Jim Robinson (’11) on graduate study at Harvard
Select Past Events
Special Event – Book Launch at Drew on Mon. Sept. 9, 2013 for Professor Jenny Labendz’s new book, Socratic Torah: Non-Jews in Rabbinic Intellectual Culture (Oxford University Press, 2013). Book Launch details here: Labendz Drew Book Launch Poster
Reception at Shanghai Jazz
Visiting the Islamic Center of New York
Visit to the Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center in Washington, NJ