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Fall 2003 Course Schedule- Religion

Day Division- Semester

!* REL-105-S01 Christian Faith & Thought 4 9:20AM-10:25AM MWF MART 314 A. Kolp
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* REL-110I-S01 Judaism 3 1:00PM-3:30PM T MART 314 M. Oppenheimer
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

!* REL-111I-S01 Religions of China & Japan 3 1:20PM-2:10PM MWF MART 314 E. Posman
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
!!!NEW!!! This course is a historical survey of the religions of China and Japan, including Confucianism, Taoism, Shinto, and Buddhism, among other traditions and the concept of syncretism will be explored in depth.

!* REL-202I-S01 Intro Hebrew Bib/Old Test 4 8:00AM-9:40AM TTH MART 314 R. Thewlis
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Research

!* REL-203I-S01 Jesus and the Gospels 4 10:40AM-11:45AM MWF MART 316 R. Fowler
Core Academic Skill: Writing

!* REL-204I-S01 Early Christianity/New Test 4 1:20PM-2:25PM MWF MART 316 J. Gordon
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

!* REL-240I-S01 Power of Myth 3 9:55AM-11:10AM TTH MART 314 M. McClure
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

! REL-263-E01 Religious Traditions in Amer 4 A. Kolp
Registration only for students accepted in USA Study Tour

Cancelled !* REL-263-S02 American Religious Pluralism 4 A. Kolp
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
For students in Explorations Program Only. A study of the diverse religious traditions in the United States today.

!* REL-263I-S01 Sem: Religion and Violence 4 9:55AM-11:35AM TTH MART 316 E. Posman
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
NEW! This course will examine the justifications for violence found in various religions. Students will discuss the validity of these justifications, as well as look at thinkers within each religion who have advocated non-violent resistance as an alternative. Topics will include 9/11, abortion clinic bombings, the current riots in India, the Tibetan struggle for independence, and the Middle East crisis, among others.

! REL-463-S01 Sem: Religion, Body and Gender 3 2:30PM-3:45PM MW MART 315 E. Posman
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Preq: prior coursework in Religion NEW! This course will look at the ways people use the body in religious practice and how such practices in turn affect religious and social attitudes. Furthermore, it will specifically examine the effects of such activities on the status of women. Topics will include feasts, fasts, kneeling, bowing, prostrating, bathing, flagellation, the ritual intake of alcohol and drugs, ritual sexual activity, tatooing and piercing, among others.

! REL-499-S01 Senior Project 2-4 R. Fowler

Day Division- Minimester A

!* REL-103-A01 Intro to Religion 2 9:20AM-10:25AM MWF MART 316 R. Fowler
Core Academic Skill: Writing

!* REL-120-A01 Catholic Faith Today 2 1:00PM-4:20PM TH MART 314 E. Kordas
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

Day Division- Minimester B

!*REL-103-B01 Intro to Religion  2  MWF 1:20PM-2:25PM  MART 104  R. Fowler Core Academic Skill: Writing

!* REL-111-B01 Religion in Cyberspace 2 9:20AM-10:25AM MWF MART 316 R. Fowler
Core Academic Skill: Writing
This course will examine new forms of religious expression that are beginning to emerge in the Electronic Age, especially on the World Wide Web.

!* REL-111-B02 Mod Cath Social Thought 2 1:00PM-4:20PM TH MART 314 E. Kordas
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

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