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Department of the Study of Religions

Jordan Lectures in Comparative Religion

The semi-annual Jordan Lectures in Comparative Religion were established in 1951 in honour of Rev. Louis Henry Jordan (1855-1923), a pioneer in the comparative religion.

Over the years, the Jordan Lectures have been delivered by many distinguished scholars, and most of them were subsequently published in book form.

The last Jordan Lectures in Comparative Religions were held in 2014 by Professor Witzel, Wales Professor of Sanskrit at Harvard University, USA.

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