Current Courses 2014-2016

 Fall 14 | Spring 15 | Fall 15 | Spring 16

Please consult the Tri-College Course Guide for complete information about course meeting times and locations.

Fall 2014
Course Number Course Title
003 The Bible in the Beginning...
010 African American Religions
011B The Religion of Islam: The Islamic Humanities (W)
015B Philosophy of Religion (cross-listed as PHIL 016)
019 First-Year-Seminar: Religion and Food
023 Quakers, Past and Present
053 Gender, Sexuality, and the Body in Islamic Discourses
059 Hebrew for Text Study II
093(1) Directed Reading: Readings in Classical Jewish Texts
093(2) Directed Reading
095 Religion Café: Senior Symposium
114 Seminar: Love and Religion

Spring 2015
Course Number Course Title
002 Religion in America
004 New Testament and Early Christianity
005 World Religions
008 Patterns of Asian Religions (W)
008B The Qur'an and its Interpreters
018 Global Christianities (new course)
030 Power of Images: Icons and Iconoclasts
038 Religion and Film
042 Cross-listed as DANC 038. Performing Ecstasy, Dancing the Sacred
043 Cross-listed as LASC 025. In Quest of God: The Latin American Religious Arena
057 Hebrew for Text Study I (cross-listed as LING 007)
093(1) Directed Reading: Readings in Classical Jewish Texts
093(2) Directed Reading
112 Seminar: Postmodern Religious Thought
119 Seminar: Islamic Law and Society

Fall 2015
Course Number Course Title
001 Religion and Human Experience
003 The Bible in the Beginning...
011B The Religion of Islam: The Islamic Humanities (W)
019 First-Year-Seminar: Religion and Food
020 Christian Mysticism
024 From Vodun to Voodoo: African Religions in the Old and New Worlds
053 Gender, Sexuality, and the Body in Islamic Discourses
059 Hebrew for Text Study II
093(1) Directed Reading: Readings in Classical Jewish Texts
093(2) Directed Reading
095 Religion Café: Senior Symposium
108 Seminar:  Poets, Saints, and Storytellers

Spring 2016
Course Number Course Title
006B The Talmud (new course)
008 Patterns of Asian Religions (W)
025 Black Women and Religion in the United States
027 Radical Jesus
030 Power of Images: Icons and Iconoclasts
032 Queering God
038 Religion and Film
044 Religion / Comics Graphica (new course)
054 Power and Authority in Modern Islamic Discourses
057 Hebrew for Text Study I (cross-listed as LING 007)
093(1) Directed Reading: Readings in Classical Jewish Texts
093(2) Directed Reading
100 Seminar: Holy War, Martyrdom, and Suicide in Christianity, Judaism and Islam