REL 358: Religion & Law: Home

Professor: Saadia Yacoob
Fall 2022

A black and white photograph of adults, many wearing hijab, protesting a French law banning religious symbols from state schools. In the center of the image is a protest sign with a French phrase that demands the right to be educated in Government schools for veiled girls

© Abbas/ Magnum Photos -- Accessed via ARTSTOR

Paris, France | January 17, 2004 | Thousands of Muslims and some secular French organizations, march and demonstrate in Paris to protest the law passed by Parliament, banning religious symbols from state schools. The poster demands the right to be educated in Government schools for veiled girls.

Welcome to the Research Guide for Religion & Law!


On the following pages you will find information to support you in your assignments for this course, including strategies for:

- Generating keywords for searching

- Navigating the physical and digital library spaces

- Locating a variety of resources relevant to your research topic


Research often leads to more questions. Don't hesitate to bring any questions that may come up to the attention of a librarian: stop by the library and inquire at the Research Help Desk, schedule an appointment with a Sawyer librarian, or contact us online. We're here to help!

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