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  • Faculty Search: Assistant Professor of Religion

    Dartmouth College Department of Religion invites applications for a tenure-track appointment at the Assistant Professor level beginning Fall 2015 in the fields of Modern Religious Thought, and/or Religious Ethics, and/or Philosophy and Religion.

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  • Introduction to African Religions

    Among the Religion courses offered this Winter 2015 Term is Religion 14: Introduction to African Religions (identical to AAAS 18), taught at the 10-Hour by Professor Robert Baum.

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  • Professor Randall Balmer named Faculty Fellow

    Professor Randall Balmer (upper left) has been appointed by Dartmouth president Philip Hanlon to serve as a faculty fellow in the new Dartmouth Society of Fellows, an interdisciplinary community that will support the integration of research and teaching excellence.

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  • Freedom Summer, 1964

    "The quest for civil rights has never been easy, and 50 years ago this summer all eyes were on Mississippi," says Religion professor Randall Balmer.

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  • Professor Susannah Heschel elected to ASSR

    Professor Susannah Heschel has been elected to the American Society for the Study of Religions (ASSR). This is an interdisciplinary group of about 100 members who are chosen on the basis of their scholarly accomplishments, their comparative interests, and their collegiality with peers.

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  • Professor Ronald M. Green interviewed on NPR

    Professor Ronald M. Green was interviewed on NPR's All Things Considered about the ethical implications of reports that primitive human sperm can be made out of skin cells, an advance that could someday help infertile men have children.

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  • "Quote of the Day"

    "I remember Phelps for having confronted me with an ethical dilemma that haunts me to this day," says Professor Randall Balmer about the notorious pastor Fred Phelps of Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas.

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