Winter 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 1 Foundations/Western Civilization: Israel & Greece LE
MMW 12 Classical & Medieval Traditions LE    
SOCI 2 The Study of Society LE


Arts & Humanities
HIEA 136 Thought/Reli China: Daoism LE 795288 Cahill (EA)
HIEA 137 Women & Family/Chinese History LE 795289 Lu
HIEU 115 The Pursuit of the Millenium LE 795294 Caciola
HIEU 158 Why Hitler? How Auschwitz? LE 795301 Hertz
HINE 102 The Jews in Their Homeland in Antiquity LE 795443 Goodblatt
HINE 112A Great Stories from Hebrew Bible LE 795444 Propp (J)
HINE 116 Middle East in Age of European Empires LE 795445 Kayali
LTWL 100 Mythology LE 791740 duBois  
LTWL 138 Critical Religion Studies: Yogas LE 801287 Cohen
PHIL 185 Philosophy of Religion LE 791416 Nelkin
RELI 189 Seminar: Religion and Emotion SE 790994 Cohen
VIS 124BN Art and the Enlightenment LE 794448 Bryson
VIS 126I Southwest American Indian Art LE 794451 Newsome By petition
Social Sciences
ANAR 158 The Inca LE 797120 Goldstein By petition
ANSC 154 Gender and Religion LE 797137 Brenner By petition
ETHN 110 Cultural Worldviews of Native Americans LE 794566 Frank
POLI 110B Sovereigns,Subj & Modern State LE 796015 Wiens
SOCI 100 Classical Sociological Theory LE 795196 Biernacki
SOCI 160 Sociology of Culture LE 795214 Medvetz
SOCI 188E Community & Social Change/ Africa LE 795221 Jules-Rosette


Not applicable toward major or minor
RELI 87 Freshman Seminar: Beginning Meditation SE 790880 Verdicchio