Spring 2015 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


Arts & Humanities
HIEU 161 Topics/Roman History: Last Pagan Generation SE 836518 Watts By petition
HIEU 163 Topics/MedievalHist: Natural & Supernatural SE 836520 Caciola
HIEU 176 Politics in the Jewish Past SE 840735 Hertz By petition
HINE 104 Sex in the Bible LE 836648 Propp (J) By petition
HINE 126 Iranian Revolution in Historical Perspective LE 836649 Staff
HINE 170 Topics/Jewish History: The Jesus of History SE 836651 Goodblatt (J, C)
HISC 110 Historical Encounters/Science & Religion LE 836655 Westman By petition
HITO 124 Mystical Traditions LE 836657 Propp
JUDA 136 Sex in the Bible LE 836648 Propp (J, C)
LTWL 136 Socially Engaged Buddhism LE 841137 Cohen (B) By petition
PHIL 185 Philosophy of Religion LE 836726 Nelkin
RELI 101 Tools & Methods in the Study of Religion LE 832428 Rahimi
RELI 146 Topics/Religions of Antiquity: Ancient Cosmologies LE 832429 Myerston
RELI 188 Topics in Religion: The Devil in Film LE 832430 Kalleres (C)
RELI 189 Seminar in Religion: Religious Body SE 840752 Kalleres (C)
VIS 120A Greek Art LE 835112 Nodelman
Social Sciences
ANAR 143 Archaeology, Anthropology and the Bible LE 841339 Levy
SOCI 157 Religion in Contemporary Society LE 836390 Jules-Rosette


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