Graduate Theological Union

Interreligious Studies

M.A.

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Degrees

M.A.

This Area of Concentration is available to students affiliated with the following schools or affiliates: GTU, ABSW, CDSP, DSPT, IBS, JST, PAOI, PSR, SFTS, SKSM.

Overview

Broadly speaking, the purpose of the MA area of concentration in Interreligious Studies is to foster the study of multiple religious traditions, their practitioners, and their expressions in different cultural contexts. This area is designed to be open to studies that are oriented to fields within both theological studies and religious studies. Topics of focus and methodologies might include historical and contemporary relations between religious traditions, comparative theology, comparative religion, interreligious dialogue, and interreligious pastoral practices.

M.A. Requirements

 

Faculty

Core Doctoral Faculty

Deena Aranoff (GTU)

Judith Berling (GTU)

Thomas Cattoi (JST) 

Marianne Farina, CSC (DSPT)

Munir Jiwa (GTU)

Hilary Martin, OP (DSPT)

Scott Mitchell (IBS)

Christopher Ocker (SFTS)

Richard Payne (IBS)

Rossitza Schroeder (PSR) 

Naomi Seidman (GTU)

Consortial Faculty

Purushottama Bilimoria (GTU)

Ibrahim Farajajé (SKSM)

 

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