Inanimate objects are believed to transform not only into sacred things but also into active, living beings who can see, hear, taste and respond to the concerns of those who worship them.
National Park management policy treats commemorative works as historic features reflecting “the knowledge, attitudes, and tastes of the persons who designed and placed them.”
While settler colonial policies can include genocide, they take many forms.
The podcast from UT’s Baker School of Public Policy and Public Affairs wrapped up its third season Nov. 7.
Intersectionality refers to the intertwining of different identities such as class, gender and age.
The collaboration between UT and CHS advances health-related workforce development, equity in clinical practice, and community well-being in Tennessee through innovation and discovery.
Christian and Muslim communities have been neighbors in the area around Gaza for over 1,300 years.
St. Francis and his fellow friars did not embrace the idea of pets, but he did promote harmony among animals and humans.
The class involves the various techniques of using the sword.
The first biblical mention of the holy mountain occurs in Exodus, the second book of the Bible.
Twitter rebranded its symbolic blue bird for a black X.
Celebrations of Buddha’s birthday take place on different dates and with different traditions.