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Religion and culture

The Virginia Tech Department of Religion and Culture critically investigates religion, culture, and their relationships providing the opportunities to explore the world's religions and cultures through various interdisciplinary perspectives. Undergraduate minors are offered in the areas of American studies, Appalachian studies, Asian area studies, humanities, humanities and the arts, Judaic studies, medieval and early modern studies, and popular culture.

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  • Jennifer Nardine
  • College Librarian for Performing Arts, Foreign Languages, English, and Religion & Culture
  • (540) 231-4073
  • 3007 Newman Library
    560 Drillfield Drive
    Blacksburg, VA 24061

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