Spring 2014 Courses

  • List is subject to change; courses may be added before the quarter begins.
  • Majors and minors must take courses for a letter grade.
  • To petition a course for the major/minor, submit a student petition to the Study of Religion office upon enrollment.
  • Courses that focus on a single religious tradition are designated as follows: (B) Buddhism, (C) Christianity, (EA) East Asian, (H) Hinduism, (I) Islam, (J) Judaism, (P) Paganism.

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Minor only
HUM 2 Rome,Christianity and the Middle Ages LE
RELI 2 Comparative World Religions LE 801547 Bass


Arts & Humanities
HIEA 135 Thought&Religion in China: Buddhism LE 807359 Cahill (B)
HIEU 125 Reformation Europe LE 807364 Marino
HIEU 132 Germany From Luther to Bismarck LE 807368 Hertz
HIEU 163 Topics/Medievl Hist: The Natural and the Supernatural SE 807158 Caciola
HINE 118 Middle East in the Twentieth Century LE 807512 Provence
HINE 170 Topics/JewishHist: The Jesus of History SE 807164 Goodblatt (J)
LTEN 149 Topics/English Lit: Antisemitism in English Lit LE 803901 LampertWeissig By petition
LTWL 135 The Buddhist Imaginary LE 810449 Cohen (B)
LTWL 158C Christianity, Empire, and Revolution LE 810459 Blanco (C)
RELI 101 Tools & Methods in the Study of Religion LE 804520 Kalleres
RELI 134 Topics/AmerReligion: What is Happening to Religion in America? LE 809938 Cassedy
RELI 143 Performing Religion LE 801548 Cohen
VIS 122D Michelangelo LE 807589 Greenstein
VIS 128A Topics/Pre-Modern Art History: Art and Experience in the Middle Ages LE 807594 Tronzo
Social Sciences
ANAR 143 Archeology, Anthropology & the Bible LE 805612 Levy
ANAR 154 The Aztecs & their Ancestors LE 810525 Braswell
COMM 158 Representations of the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict LE 807220 Fields By petition
POLI 136 Religion and Politics LE 802568 Magagna By petition


Not applicable toward major or minor
RELI 87 Freshman Seminar: Beginning Meditation SE 835388 Verdicchio