The Conseula Francis Emerging Scholar Lecture will feature a talk titled "The Issues of Females: Abortion, Infanticide and Ethics in Southern Slavery."
Environmental studies educator Peter Blaze Corcoran is visiting the College on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, to deliver a lecture on sustainability literacy.
The Browne sisters could have gone to Wake Forest for free, but all three chose the College of Charleston instead.
Water rights and water access around the world are the focus of several courses aimed at helping students gain sustainability literacy.
The second annual Food and Faith celebration was held Monday in partnership with the Christian-Jewish Council of Greater Charleston and the College of Charleston.
The faculty panel will use multidisciplinary lenses to examine the first year of the Trump Administration. It will be moderated by MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid.
As a marketing major in the School of Business, junior John Schumacher is learning how to promote his work as a professional photographer.
The Department of Religious Studies is hosting a reception on Dec. 5, 2017, celebrating four professors who released new books this semester.
CofC and The Post and Courier are teaming up with a dozen local congregations for the first-ever "Spirited Brunch" featuring dishes important to religious institutions around Charleston.
Laura Zagby-Dye '03 has turned her three degrees in philosophy, religious studies and corporate communications into a fulfilling career with the American Red Cross.