We offer a wide assortment of courses that cover many of the world’s major religious traditions.
Since religion has played such a significant role in human history, and is still vitally important to so many in today’s world, the scholarly study of religion is naturally an invaluable component in any liberal education. Our faculty members have diverse interests and methodological approaches. Some focus on history and the study of ancient scriptures, while others examine contemporary religious practices. They are renowned nationally and internationally in their fields of expertise, and have written books and articles published by some of the best academic presses and scholarly journals. Their research areas include such fascinating topics as contemporary Christian creationism, girl evangelists in the 20th century, medieval Islamic mystics, Buddhism in the West, and the Hindu Great Goddess, among many others.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic situation, we have postponed this event until further notice. The health and well-being of our faculty, staff and students, the broader community and our presenting partners is of the utmost importance.
Film: Your Name
(Japan / Makoto Shinkai / 2016)
Hosted by Dr. John Harding
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
6:30 – 9:00 PM
Lethbridge Public Library Theatre Gallery
An animated drama in which threads of fate connect high school strangers – a girl from a rural Shinto shrine family and a Tokyo boy who both struggle to understand their link and to navigate waking intermittently in each other’s body.
Career Bridge | Co-operative Education & Applied Studies
Put Your Knowledge to Work
Whether you’re looking for a more in-depth learning experience by assisting with research projects on campus or by testing your knowledge in a real-life work setting, we can help! The programs available in the Career Bridge office will provide you with a solid foundation for further studies and an excellent framework for a challenging and rewarding career — whatever direction you decide to go. Explore career options, participate in research and develop skills that complement your degree.