The School of Religion hosted a public forum on missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls on March 19, 2015.
The School of Religion and the RELS DSC hosted a dinner for graduating undergraduate students on March 31, 2015.
Unravelling Religion 2015, an interdisciplinary graduate student conference, was held at the School of Religion in March 2015.
The two keynote speakers at the School of Religion's conference on "Islamism and Post-Islamism" were interviewed in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Dr. Jason Kelly has been nominated for the Frank Knox Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Pamela Dickey Young, Heather Shipley and Tracy Trothen have edited and contributed to a new book entitled Religion and Sexuality.
Prof Jason Kelly interviewed on CFRC radio on January 22 at 5pm as part of the series, Our Stolen Sister: listening to the voices from our community.
Prof Richard Ascough's work on early Christ groups is highlighted in the Fall 2014 edition of (e)Affect.
Prof Tracy Trothen and her coeditor, Calvin Mercer, have recently published an anthology, "Religion and Transhumanism - The Unknown Future of Human Enhancement".
Students in RELS 227 Religions of Native People discussed the plight of aboriginal women and girls when MPP Sophie Kiwala visited their class.
Prof Mehmet Karabela will give a lecture at McGill University on November 13 and has recently published an entry in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Science and Technology in Islam.
Fred Reed, an international award-winning journalist and a respected specialist on religion and politics in the Middle East, recently spoke with students enrolled in RELS 326.
QSR Prof James Miller will give three lectures in California this month about his research on religion, culture and nature in contemporary China.
Brynn Harlock, 4th year RELS student, presented the poster resulting from her Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowship.
Prof. Richard Ascough's new book "1 and 2 Thessalonians: Encountering the Christ Group at Thessalonike" has just been published by Sheffield Phoenix Press.
Professor Ellen Goldberg has been awarded the W.J. Barnes Teaching Excellence Award.
His Holiness Pope Tawadros II delivered the Mathers Lecture in Grant Hall on 26 September, 2014.
Third edition of Leona Anderson and Pamela Dickey Young's Women and Religious Traditions now available.
The Huffington Post recently named RELS 322/822 "Yoga in India and the West" one of "coolest classes" offered at post-secondary institutions in Canada.
Professor James Miller publishes new book on religion and ecology in China.
Hasina Shain Daya has received Pathy Family Fellowship through the Queen's International Centre to complete a sustainable development project in Kenya.
The School fondly remembers The Honourable John Matheson who passed away recently at the age of 96.
The School of Religion has welcomed two Post-Doctoral Fellows this year, Richard Last and Valerie Michaelson.
Ellen Goldberg has co-edited a new book, "Gurus of Modern Yoga", being released December 2014.
Douglas Crichton, Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology, passed away recently in Kingston, ON.
Bill James wins book prize at 2013 CSSR.
Ted Hsu, Liberal Member of Parliament for Kingston and the Islands, recently spoke with students in RELS 340 Religion and Democracy.
Creative work by students in Prof Ellen Goldberg's class on "Yoga in India and the West" is featured in a news story on the Queen's website.