RELG-105 FA2
Relig Heritage of West
WAIT-2
001
 
03.00
Abraham,R  
 
 
MTH     08:10AM 09:25AM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Greenberg,G  
 
 
MTH     04:05PM 05:20PM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
RELG-145 FA3
Religion without Borders
OPEN
001
 
03.00
Berry,E  
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Restriction: AU Scholars.
RELG-185 FA3
The Religious Heritage of Asia
WAIT-1
001
 
03.00
Park,J  
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
WAIT-1
002
 
03.00
Oliver,M  
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
RELG-220 FA2
Religious Thought
WAIT-1
001
 
03.00
Greenberg,G  
 
 
MTH     06:55PM 08:10PM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
RELG-225 FA1
Meaning & Purpose in the Arts
WAIT-1
001
 
03.00
Pathak,S  
 
 
TF      09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
CLOSED
002
 
03.00
Abraham,R  
 
 
MTH     09:45AM 11:00AM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
RELG-391
Internship: Religious Studies
Permission: instructor and department chair.
OPEN
001
 
01.00-06.00
Feder,E  
 
 
 
RELG-396
Selected Topics:Non-Recurring
OPEN
001
Laudato Si' 
01.00
Berry,E  
 
 
SSU     10:00AM 04:30PM  TBA  TBA    10/07/17 10/08/17
 
Laudato Si': On Care for Our Common Home (1) In advance of the Paris Agreement on climate change in 2015, Pope Francis released his encyclical on "integral ecology" and spoke to leaders and audiences around the world about the moral challenge presented by global warming. This course explores the relationship between science, theology, economics, and environmental issues. Discussions concentrate both on the arguments developed in the text itself and on the way it has entered social and political debates about global sustainability.
RELG-398
Honors Project in Religion
Permission: department and University Honors director.
OPEN
001
 
03.00-06.00
 
 
 
 
RELG-486
Topics in Religious Discussion
OPEN
001
Christianity 
03.00
Schaefer,M  
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Christianity (3) An in-depth exploration of the Christian tradition examining the scriptural foundations, the developed theological tradition, encounters with philosophy, and the experiential application of theology to contemporary issues. An examination of the rites and liturgies of Christianity is also included. Meets with RELG-686 001.
(Meets with RELG 686 001)
OPEN
002
The Mythographer's Craft 
03.00
Pathak,S  
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
The Mythographer's Craft (3) Greek and Roman mythographers gave new life to older epic stories in eras when collections of classical tales were in great demand as texts for teaching and learning. This course traces the transformation of the birth of the gods, Jason's voyage with the Argonauts, and Aeneas's travels after the Trojan war to illuminate the fates of these narratives when distilled from Hesiod's Theogony, Apollonius Rhodius's Argonautica, and Vergil's Aeneid into Apollodorus's Library and Hyginus's Fabulae. As the epic tales took shape and were reshaped in Archaic and Hellenistic Greece and early imperial Rome, these metamorphosing stories resonated through theologies, rituals, politics, and societies. Appreciating the particular patterns of these narratives' shifts over time and across space by studying these movements as processes unfolding within their respective historical and religious traditions reveals what Greek and Roman myths contributed to their cultures both separately and together. Meets with LIT-496 001 LIT-696 001 RELG-686 002.
(Meets with LIT 496 001 LIT 696 001 RELG 686 002)
CANCELLED
003
Judaism 
03.00
Copulsky,J  
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  TBA  TBA    CANCELLED
 
Judaism (3) Introduction to the history, literature, doctrines, rituals, and social movements in Judaism. Particular attention is paid to the Hebrew Bible, the Rabbinical commentary, Jewish philosophy, and mysticism. All of these topics are understood in the light of historical development, both in the Near East and in the Jewish diaspora. The course concludes with an examination of modern Jewish thought and practice. Meets with RELG-686 003.
(Meets with RELG 686 003)
RELG-686
Topics in Religious Discussion
OPEN
001
Christianity 
03.00
Schaefer,M  
 
 
MTH     12:55PM 02:10PM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
Christianity (3) An in-depth exploration of the Christian tradition examining the scriptural foundations, the developed theological tradition, encounters with philosophy, and the experiential application of theology to contemporary issues. An examination of the rites and liturgies of Christianity is also included. Meets with RELG-486 001.
(Meets with RELG 486 001)
OPEN
002
The Mythographer's Craft 
03.00
Pathak,S  
 
 
TF      02:30PM 03:45PM  TBA  TBA    08/28/17 12/16/17
 
The Mythographer's Craft (3) Greek and Roman mythographers gave new life to older epic stories in eras when collections of classical tales were in great demand as texts for teaching and learning. This course traces the transformation of the birth of the gods, Jason's voyage with the Argonauts, and Aeneas's travels after the Trojan war to illuminate the fates of these narratives when distilled from Hesiod's Theogony, Apollonius Rhodius's Argonautica, and Vergil's Aeneid into Apollodorus's Library and Hyginus's Fabulae. As the epic tales took shape and were reshaped in Archaic and Hellenistic Greece and early imperial Rome, these metamorphosing stories resonated through theologies, rituals, politics, and societies. Appreciating the particular patterns of these narratives' shifts over time and across space by studying these movements as processes unfolding within their respective historical and religious traditions reveals what Greek and Roman myths contributed to their cultures both separately and together. Meets with LIT-496 001 LIT-696 001 RELG-486 002.
(Meets with LIT 496 001 LIT 696 001 RELG 486 002)
CANCELLED
003
Judaism 
03.00
Copulsky,J  
 
 
W       05:30PM 08:00PM  TBA  TBA    CANCELLED
 
Judaism (3) Introduction to the history, literature, doctrines, rituals, and social movements in Judaism. Particular attention is paid to the Hebrew Bible, the Rabbinical commentary, Jewish philosophy, and mysticism. All of these topics are understood in the light of historical development, both in the Near East and in the Jewish diaspora. The course concludes with an examination of modern Jewish thought and practice. Meets with RELG-486 003.
(Meets with RELG 486 003)