Fall 2021

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Fall 2021 Courses (subject to change).
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Fall 2021

Course #InstructorCourse TitleDayTimeRoom
RELI 064CarterRe-Introducing IslamT/R11:00-12:15MU 105
RELI 073HAmbrosAnimals in Japanese Myth, Folklore, and ReligionT/R2:00-3:15CH 104
RELI 075OchoaLux Libertas: On the Knowledge, Handling, and Display of LightM/W11:15-12:30COMP
RELI 085HammerSex, Marriage, and Family in ReligionT/R12:30-1:45CH 104
RELI 101DominguezIntroduction to Religious StudiesT/R3:30-4:45
RELI 102MuneeruddinWorld ReligionsT/R12:30-1:45
RELI 103LambertIntroduction to Hebrew Bible (JWST 103=40) 601-612M/W [+recit]1:25-2:15
RELI 121OchoaIntroduction to Religion and Culture (601-609)M/W [+recit]9:05-9:55
RELI 162MarienbergCatholicism Today: An Introduction to the Contemporary Catholic ChurchT/R11:00-12:15GC 1009
RELI 163StyersCritical Issues in Western Religious ThoughtT/R12:30-1:45GC 3024
RELI 180ErnstIntroduction to Islamic Civilization (ASIA 180=20) 601-606M/W [+recit]1:25-2:15GC 1015
RELI 205HLamSacrifice in the Ancient WorldT/R9:30-10:45
RELI 208-001EhrmanBirth of ChristianityT/R9:30-10:45
MU 105
RELI 208-002EhrmanBirth of Christianity (601-603)M/W10:10-11:00
GC 1105
RELI 209PleseVarieties of Early Christianity (601-603)T/R [+recit]11:00-12:15
RELI 211LamClassical Hebrew I: Linguistic Introduction to the Hebrew Bible (JWST 211=5)MWF10:10-11:00CH 104
RELI 220SurrattReligion and MedicineM/W3:35-4:50MU 105
RELI 226CooperHuman Animals in Religion and Ethics (601-603)M/W [+recit]1:25-2:15GC 1005
RELI 233HenriksenReligion and ViolenceM/W3:35-4:50
RELI 240O'BrienReligion, Literature and the Arts in AmericaM/W5:00-6:15MU 105
RELI 242ArielIntroduction to New Religious MovementT/R9:30-10:45CH 104
RELI 244HStyersGender & Sexuality in Western ChristianityT/R2:00-3:15GC 1009
RELI 247ThorntonUncertain Truths: Conspiracy Theories, Aliens, and Secret Societies in AmericaT/R11:00-12:15CH 104
RELI 266BoonMedieval and Renaissance Christian Cultures 601-603M/W [+recit]12:20-1:10GC 1005
RELI 270MarienbergReligion in Western Europe (EURO 270=10)T/R12:30-1:45GC 1009
RELI 283LeveBuddhist Tradition: India, Nepal, Tibet (ASIA 300=10) T/R11:00-12:15GC 1005
RELI 289ZiadMuhammad and the QuranT/R2:00-3:15
RELI 426HCooperThe Sacrifice of AbrahamT/R12:30-1:45
RELI 438BeddardReligion, Nature, and EnvironmentT/R3:30-4:45
RELI 445Flodin-AliAsian Religions in AmericaT/R3:30-4:45
RELI 448BayneNative and Christian: Indigenous Engagements with ChristianityT/R9:30-10:45GC 3024
RELI 485HammerGender and Sexuality in IslamT/R3:30-4:45MU 105
RELI 524LeveEthnographic Approaches to Contemporary ReligionW5:30-8:20CH 104
RELI 530SheikholharamGenealogies of Religion T/R9:30-10:45
RELI 580CarterAfrican American IslamT/R12:30-1:45MU 105
RELI 581ErnstSufism (ASIA 581=6)T/R2:00-3:15GC 3024
RELI 583ZiadReligion and Culture in Iran: 1500 to the Present (ASIA 583=5)T/R11:00-12:15
RELI 603LambertThe Bible and its TranslationT4:00-6:50CH 104
RELI 617PleseDeath and Afterlife in the Ancient WorldT/R2:00-3:15MU 105
RELI 697BayneCapstone: Confession and ConversionM2:30-5:20CH 104
RELI 700 (graduate course)ThorntonTheory and Method in the Study of ReligionR3:30-6:20CH 104
RELI 707 (graduate course)EhrmanProblems & Methods in New Testament Studies (Gateway)T1:00-3:50
RELI 840 (graduate course) ArielSeminar in American Religion: Race and ReligionM6:00-8:50CH 104
RELI 900 (graduate course, instructor permission)StaffReadings & Research in Religion
RELI 990 (graduate course, instructor permission)StaffPrep for Prelims
RELI 993 (graduate course, instructor permission)StaffMaster’s Thesis
RELI 994 (graduate course, instructor permission)StaffDoctoral Dissertation