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The Meaning(s) of Religion in India

Articulations of religion on the Indian subcontinent have provided clusters of ideas about themes as varied as devotion, morality, tradition, hierarchies, disposition, action, feeling, persuasion, diversity and community. A preoccupation with many of these themes unites formulations of religion from precolonial times through to colonial and postcolonial contexts. These formulations of religion have shaped the trajectories of democracy and secularity in India and provide a point of departure from which to consider the meaning(s) of religion in India and the West.

Information session with Kevin O'Neill

Kevin O'Neill will be available for questions and discussions about graduate programs in the department for the Study of Religion at the University of Toronto . Interested students are encouraged to come to this informal information session at the Centre for Studies in Religion and Society on September 20th 10 - 10:30 am. for more information, please contact the Religious Studies office.

May-August classes end for all faculties

For Time Immemorial

Curated by Mel Granley with Guest Curator lessLIE

On Beaded Ground

On Beaded Groundexplores the essential role of Indigenous women's creative practices in the reclamation and renewal of culture, identity, stories and teachings.

Awakening the Gifts of Character

Through self-exploration learn how to connect successfully with others on a higher levelthrough creating a culture of compassion, kindness and care. Everyone welcome!

Master’s Defense: Simulations with N-mixture models to understand the COVID-19 pandemic

Speaker: Yangming Li, University of Victoria
Location: via Zoom
Event type: Graduate dissertations

Whatcha Feeling? A Photo Story by Melanin Magic and Nathan Smith

June 19 – September 18. Every day in Legacy's Sidewalk Gallery, located outside on the Broad Street side of Legacy Downtown.

On Beaded Ground

On Beaded Groundexplores the essential role of Indigenous women's creative practices in the reclamation and renewal of culture, identity, stories and teachings.