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SPRING 2024 COURSES

Religion 008: Patterns of Asian Religion
Religion 027: Christian Nationalism, White Supremacy, and Antisemitism
Religion 035: The Talmud Lab
Religion 038: Religion and Film
Religion 052: The Good Life
Religion 062: Magic: Theory and Practice
Religion 073: Namaste America
Religion 098: Islamic Law and Society
Religion 104: Angels
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Wallace Heinz class trip

Studying Religion in Nature

Mark Wallace and his Postmodern Religious Thought Seminar students visit the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge after reading Derrida's work on religion and animals. More from Studying Religion in Nature

Abby Kluchin '03 teaching a course at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research

Swarthmore in Brooklyn

Abby Kluchin '03, a religion Honors major at Swarthmore and now Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Ursinus College, practiced intellectual community building at the Brooklyn Institute. More

Professor Yvonne Chireau teaching a class

The study of religion can offer deep and meaningful explorations into vital questions of identity, community, and selfhood in an academic setting.

Studying Religion in Nature

Mark Wallace and his Postmodern Religious Thought Seminar students visit the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge after reading Derrida's work on religion and animals. More from Studying Religion in Nature

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