Fall 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
ANTH 1 Introduction to Culture LE
MMW 11 Pre-History & Ancient Foundatn LE
PHIL 31 Intro to Ancient Philosophy LE    
RELI 1 Introduction to Religion LE   Kalleres
SOCI 1 Introduction to Sociology LE


Arts & Humanities
HINE 114 History/Islamic Middle East LE 818691 Cahill
HINE 119 U.S. Mid-East Policy-Post WWII LE 818692 Provence
HITO 104 Jews & Judaism/Ancient&Medievl LE 818696 Goodblatt (J)
LTWL 129 Wisdom:The Literature of Authority LE 816967 Cohen
LTWL 158B Topics in Early Christian Texts 816980 Kalleres (C)
VIS 121AN Art Experience in Middle Ages 820472 Tronzo By petition
Social Sciences
ANAR 153 The Mysterious Maya LE 815455 Braswell
COMM 176 Communication and Religion LE 814501 Horwitz
POLI 110A Citiz & Saints:Plato-Augustine LE 818539 Goldman
POLI 121 Gov & Politics/Middle East LE 818380 Lakoff
SOCI 100 Classical Sociological Theory LE Goldman


Not applicable toward major or minor
RELI 87 Freshman Seminar: Beginning Meditation SE 815454 Verdicchio