The UGA Department of Religion is housed on the bottom floor of Peabody Hall (Room 3), which is on North Campus adjacent to the UGA Main Library. The department offers a diverse curriculum of religious studies for both undergraduate (BA) and graduate (Masters) students. The program includes the study of the historical, constructive, and cultural dimensions of the religions of the world.


Associate Professor of Religion and African Studies
Director of the INAS, Franklin Professor of Native American Studies and Religion, and Adjunct Professor of Law

Graduate Students