Religion Dept. Courses 2002-03

 

 

Fall Semester 2002

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE TITLE AND LINKS (if available)

Instructor

Classtime

Location

REL. 120a

Jewish Thought and Identity

K. Koltun-Fromm

TTh 1-2:30

Gest 101

REL. 121a

Varieties of Judaism in the Ancient World

N. Koltun-Fromm

MW 12:300-2

Hall 112

REL. 122a

New Testament History and Literature

A. McGuire

TTh 10-11:30

Gest 101

REL. 128a

Introduction to Christianity: Revelation and Tradition

W. Gruen

TTh 8:30-10 a.m.

Gest 101

REL. 201a

Introduction to Buddhism

H. Glassman

MW 12:30-2

Gest 101

REL. 231a

Religious Themes in African American Literature

K. Armorer

TTh 2:30-4:00

TBA

REL./HIST. 240a

History and Principles of Quakerism

E. Lapsansky

TTh 10-11:30

REL. 305a

Seminar: Religion and Violence

M. Sells

M 1:30-4

Shrp 410

REL. 343a

Seminar: Interpreting the Gospels

A. McGuire

W 1:30-4

Gest 102

REL. 480A

Independent Study

Staff

N/A

TBA

 

Spring Semester 2003

REL. 101b

Introduction to the Study of Religion (Limit of 50)

Traditions: Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism

A. McGuire

TTh 11:30-1

Chase 104

REL. 132b

Varieties of African American Experience (Limit of 30)

Topic: The Religious History of African Americans

I. Straker

TTh 10-11:30

Gest 102

REL. 222b

Gnosticism (Limit of 20)

A. McGuire

MW 12:30-2

Gest 102

REL.245b

Topics in American Religion (Limit of 20)

Topic: African American Islam

I. Straker

T Th 2:30-4:00

Stokes 121

REL. 251b

Comparative Mystical Literature

NB: Limit of 20; priority given to Religion and CompLit majors.

M. Sells

TTh 10-11:30

Gest 103

REL./EAST ASIAN/HIST 256b

Zen Thought, Zen Culture, Zen History

(Limit of 30)

H. Glassman

MW 2:30-4

Chase 101

REL. 281B

Modern Jewish Thought

K. Koltun-Fromm

MW 12:30-2

Gest 103

REL. 295B

[HUMCTR]

Interpretation and the Other: Meaning, Understanding, and Alterity

(Limit of 20)

D. Dawson & S. Finley

Th 1:30-4

Gest 102

REL. 301b

Dept. Area A Seminar: Notions of the Holy

(Limit of 15)

N. Koltun-Fromm

T 1:30-4

Magill 310

REL. 303b

Dept. Area B Seminar:Religion, Literature, and Representation

(Limit of 15)

M. Sells

Th 1:30-4

Magill 310

REL. 399b

Senior Seminar and Thesis

Guidelines for Senior Thesis

Koltun-Fromm, McGuire, Sells, Straker, Werpehowski

T 7:30-10 p.m.

Gest Lounge

REL. 480b

Independent Study

Staff

N/A

TBA

Of related interest:  BMC Greek 206, Paul's Letters, Text and Context, Profs. R. Hamilton and C. Conybeare, MWF 11 in Taylor B.

 

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