To fund Haley Miller’s overseas studies next year, Miller has received a competitive Keasbey Scholarship, which each year is awarded to “some of the most gifted and intellectually curious American college graduates” to support post-graduate study in the United Kingdom.
In a message Monday morning to the Bowdoin community, President Mills remembered the life of Professor of Religion Emeritus William D. Geoghegan, who passed away Saturday at the age of 92.
A book about a 14th-century Iranian Shiiite scholar published by Bowdoin Associate Professor of Religion Robert G. Morrison recently brought him face-to-face with one of the most provocative figures of the day: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
John Clifford Holt, Bowdoin’s William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of the Humanities in Religion and Asian Studies, has edited a new anthology that brings to life the epic history, cultural richness and political turbulence of the island nation of Sri Lanka.
Books by Bowdoin faculty members are continuing to shape disciplines and garner widespread recognition. Read about the latest publications by professors Jorunn Buckley, Nadia V. Celis, Michael Franz, Christian Potholm and Olufemi Vaughan.