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James Thrall

Knight Distinguished Associate Professor for the Study of Religion & Culture

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999

309-341-7912

jthrall@​knox.edu

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A religious studies minor compliments a variety of different disciplines, including history, philosophy, psychology, French, English, International Relations, and more. It is also a foundation for personal study and exploration that can become an important part of one's life outside a chosen occupation. Graduates in Religious Studies have pursued a wide variety of careers in field such as law, ministry, higher education, psychotherapy, and medicine. In a complex world filled with religious and political strife, a minor in religious studies can be the foundation for a tolerant and sensitive understanding of religious diversity.

Graduate Student, Master of History, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Jacob Scholl '09.

Graduate Student, Master of French, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. Elizabeth Karner '08.

Student Ministry, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Robert Kurtz '05.

Librarian, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts. Leah Nelson '96.

Emergency Room Physician, Mercy Hospital. J. Michael Owens '74.

Attorney, Robert Krehbiel '71.

Professor of Mass Communication, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois. Joseph Heumann '71.

Psychotherapist, Joseph Boatwright '60.

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