Why Study Religion at Juniata?
"My whole life I have dreamt of traveling to far off places to see how people very different from myself understand the world they live in, and the faculty in the religious studies department have been especially helpful in finding real opportunities for me to begin to quench my insatiable curiosity and actualize my dreams."
Lizz Danforth '09
Anthropology and Religion
- Documentary filmmaking, computer modeling, podcasting, social mapping, yoga and other observances of ritual practices are all ways to study religions at Juniata.
- Blend the study of religion with anything and create your own Program of Emphasis at Juniata.
- Explore all religions and religious experiences including Hindu, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, Islam and more.
- Travel to learn. Visit temples, funeral homes and a Sikh Gurdwara. And, go abroad.
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