The reality of religious diversity at Duke calls for numerous and varied opportunities for thoughtful, intentional interfaith engagement.
Duke’s interfaith engagement is strengthened by partnerships with a number of local and international interfaith organizations.
- Society for Scriptural Reasoning
- Interfaith Youth Core
- The Divan Cultural Center of North Carolina
- Durham Congregations in Action (DCIA)
- National Association of College and University Chaplains
- Education as Transformation
- Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue
- Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA)
Eruditio et Religio Living-Learning CommunityLitterae et Religio: Global Religious Literatures" (HOUSECS 59.17). Students in the class explore the many different representations of religious belief, emotion, and intellect that have populated the globe. Each week the class examines the origins (scripture and myths) of a religious tradition and how those fundamentals have been interpreted by those in the past (before modernity) and the present (closer to our time). Global religious literature is grasped as a continuous dialogue between and within traditions through an innumerable set of mediums and visions. The course was developed in consultation with Dr. Laura Lieber, a professor of religious studies at Duke, and the Rev. Kathryn Lester-Bacon, the Chapel's director of Religious Life.
Interfaith Round Table
Use this interactive map developed by Student Affairs to locate places on campus for prayer, meditation, and personal reflection. Note: Access to some campus locations is currently restricted or unavailable due to public health safety measures.
Every Campus a Refuge: Becoming a Sanctuary Campus
Dr. Diya Abdo, Founder “Every Campus a refuge”
Creating Sanctuary with the LGBTQ+ Community
Rev. Heidi Neumark & Rabbi Sara Paasche-Orlow