Yale University. Department of Religious Studies
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The records consist of correspondence, financial statements, contracts, reports, minutes, exams, papers, lectures, statistics, and student and personnel files documenting the Yale Department of Religious Studies. Topics include committees and councils; religious services; faculty; student performance and activity; curriculum and course development; admissions; financial aid; fellowships and scholarships; and dissertations.
The records consist of graduate student records maintained by the Yale Department of Religious Studies.
The materials consist of audiotapes of panel discussions, plenary sessions, public lectures, and working seminars of the International Conference on Gnosticism held at Yale in 1978 and in Springfield, Missouri, in 1983.
Writings, correspondence, and course-related materials document the academic career of prominent New Testament scholar Wayne A. Meeks, who taught in the Religious Studies Department at Yale University from 1969 until his retirement in 1999.