Religion and culture: Recommended

Religion and culture at Virginia Tech

The Virginia Tech Department of Religion and Culture "focuse[s] on the ways religion works in human lives around the globe and investigate how factors such as geographical region, multicultural settings, and popular culture shape communities and traditions. Our faculty guides students to think critically about human relationships, value diversity, and communicate clearly, skills necessary and highly sought-after in a wide range of careers." 

Undergraduate minors are offered in the areas of American Studies, Appalachian Studies, Asian Studies, Judaic Studies, Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Middle East Studies, Popular Culture, and Religion.

Overview for religion and culture

American Studies

T&LE Librarian; Coordinator of Int'l Outreach

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Jennifer Nardine
Contact:
Newman Library, Room 3007
540-231-4073
Departments: Communication; Modern and Classical Languages & Lit; Performing Arts; Religion & Culture
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Interlibrary Loan Services

All current Virginia Tech students, faculty, and staff, regardless of your location, may request through ILLiad for materials:

  • not owned by Virginia Tech (books, articles from journals and conference proceedings, book chapters, standards, and technical papers)
  • owned by Virginia Tech but are unavailable for use (print books)
  • owned by Virginia Tech and available in print (scans of articles from journals and conference proceedings, book chapters, standards, and technical papers)

We ship requests via UPS to users outside the immediate Blacksburg area (Montgomery, Giles and Pulaski counties).

Articles, book chapters, and many technical papers are delivered in PDF format to your ILLiad account. Occasionally, due to copyright restrictions, a paper copy of an article or standard are sent to the mailing address listed on your account.