The Religion Department SIP Symposium

The Senior Individualized Project (SIP) is the capstone of Kalamazoo College’s program of liberal arts education, offering students the opportunity to make use of all of their experiences at the College. The SIP is an occasion for independent scholarship, often in conjunction with an internship or other creative activity which results in a written report, performance, or exhibit. Rather than selecting only a subset of students to work on an honors project or thesis, the College considers such independent work a significant part of the education of all Kalamazoo College students and requires it of all seniors.

RELG SIP Symposium 2020
Religion SIP Symposium
February 15, 2020

The 2020 Religion SIP Symposium

The 2020 Religion Department SIP Symposium was held on Saturday, February 15, 2020 in the Humphrey House Lounge from 1:00pm to 2:30pm.

Presenters:

1:10pm—Cayla Patterson: Different Creationist Perspectives of Evolutionary Science in Conjunction with the Agency of God

1:30pm—Conall Curran:  AdHarmonium

1:50pm—Gabriel Bosco: Rejecting Modernity in the Study of Muslim Women’s Piety and Agency

2:10pm—Justin Carlson: A Liminal Hell: Using the Work of Johann Weyer to Bridge the Gap between Intellectualism and Belief