Each year, the Science, Religion, and Culture program hosts two research conferences, Ways of Knowing, and the SRC Symposium.
Ways of Knowing: Graduate Conference in Religion
The "Ways of Knowing: Graduate Conference in Religion," is a multi-day gathering of graduate students studying religion within a variety of disciplinary frameworks. It is held annually during October. The conference is comprised of thematic panels that cross religious traditions, academic disciplines, and intellectual and theological commitments.
Inaugurated in 2012, the Ways of Knowing conference is hosted by the Harvard Divinity School in Cambridge, MA. Harvard Divinity School is one of the oldest professional graduate schools of Harvard University and is located at Harvard University's main campus. This conference is one of the major annual programs organized by the Science, Religion, and Culture program at Harvard Divinity School. The Director of SRC, Professor Ahmed Ragab, serves as the faculty advisor for the Ways of Knowing Conference.
The SRC Symposium is a multi-day research symposium highlighting the work of the program's community, including SRC Junior Fellows, Doctoral Fellows, and Research Associates. It is held annually in May. The research and conversations explore the relationship between scientific, religious, and cultural discourses in the academy and beyond.