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Department of Religious Studies Undergraduate Research Symposium

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Join the department of religious studies for its spring 2021 Undergraduate Research Symposium.

The Zoom ID is 967 6706 6005

Passcode: religion

Opening remarks will be given by Youssef Carter with various panels including “Muslim Women and Mental Healthcare, “Pandemic Practice: Virtual Religion & COVID-19,” and “The Contested Roles of Women in Sufi Ritual Practice within India and Pakistan.”

The symposium panels will be moderated by Waleed Ziad and Hugo Mendez.

Learn more about the detailed program: https://religion.unc.edu/event/undergraduate-research-symposium-spring-2021/

 

 

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