Courses in Religion

Spring 2019

RELI-125 Personal Religion in the Bible and Beyond

Susan Niditch (Section 01)

RELI-127 Ethics and the Hebrew Scriptures

Susan Niditch (Section 01)

RELI-128 Religion and Popular Culture

Jason O. Jeffries (Section 01)

RELI-129 Ethnographic Methods in Religious Studies

Michael B. Amoruso (Section 01)

RELI-143 Religion in Ancient India

Maria R. Heim (Section 01)

RELI-152 Introduction to Buddhist Traditions

Maria R. Heim (Section 01)

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

Tariq Jaffer (Section 01)

RELI-225 Christianity, Ecology, and Environmental Responsibility

Russell C. Powell (Section 01)

RELI-226 Romanticism, Religion, and American Democracy

Nicholas A. Friesner (Section 01)

RELI-273 Christian Scriptures

Robert Doran (Section 01)

RELI-322 Religion, Empires, and Secular States in the Nineteenth Century

Trent E. Maxey (Section 01)

RELI-325 Spirit Possession

Michael B. Amoruso (Section 01)

RELI-385 The Qur'ān and Its Controversies

Tariq Jaffer (Section 01)

Related Courses

BLST-315 Myth, Ritual and Iconography in West Africa (Course not offered this semester.)
HIST-319 Religion, Empires, and Secular States in the Nineteenth Century (Course not offered this semester.)
Exterior of Chapin Hall, a red brick, two-storied building
The Religion Department is in Chapin Hall