Courses in Religion

Spring 2018

RELI-121 Fieldwork in Religious Communities

William Girard (Section 01)

RELI-143 Religion in Ancient India

Maria R. Heim (Section 01)

RELI-210 What Is Religion Anyway?: Theories and Methods in Religious Studies

Andrew C. Dole (Section 01)

RELI-239 Evangelical Christianity

Andrew C. Dole (Section 01)
David W. Wills (Section 01)

RELI-240 Religion on the Move: Religion and Migration in North America

Lloyd D. Barba (Section 01)

RELI-252 Buddhist Life Writing

Maria R. Heim (Section 01)

RELI-261 Women in Judaism

Susan Niditch (Section 01)

RELI-273 Christian Scriptures

Robert Doran (Section 01)

RELI-281 Muslim Reformers of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Tariq Jaffer (Section 01)
Monica M. Ringer (Section 01)

RELI-285 The Qur'an and Its Controversies

Tariq Jaffer (Section 01)

RELI-362 Folklore and the Bible

Susan Niditch (Section 01)

RELI-490 Quranic Themes

Tariq Jaffer (Section 02)

Related Courses

BLST-315 Myth, Ritual and Iconography in West Africa (Course not offered this semester.)
The Religion Department is in Chapin Hall