Undergraduate Courses for Winter Quarter

January 16, 2020 (originally published on November 21, 2019)
religious studies

This year we are offering more than 30 Religious Studies (RLST) courses Per Quarter. Please reference our full list of courses and descriptions in the PDF on the 'Courses' webpage. Below are some of the spotlighted courses for winter quarter, including some of the exciting new courses offered by our teaching fellows.

The full list of 2019-2020 RLST course titles can be found here. Use this list to see every Divinity class that is at least partially open to undergraduates.

Spotlighted Undergrad Courses for Winter:

RLST 10100- Introduction to Religious Studies (Ryan Coyne) *required course for majors/minors*

RLST 22811- Zombie Hinduism (Anand Venkatkrishnan)

RLST 24504- Dreaming, Religion, Psychology (Visiting Instructor Kelly Bulkeley)

RLST 24601- Martin and Malcolm: Life and Belief  (Dwight Hopkins)

RLST 25703- Climate Ethics (Sarah Fredericks)

Alma Wilson Teaching Fellows

RLST 26302- Religion, Medicine, and Illness (Mark Lambert)

RLST 28211-  Intro to Religion and Literature: Dramatic Encounters (Matthew Creighton)

Divinity Teaching Fellows

RLST 21010- God and the Good Life (David Barr)

RLST 22330- Flooding the World: Creation and Restoration in the Levant, Mesopotamia, and India (Cathleen Chopra-McGowan)

RLST 27140- Truth, Half-Truth, and Post-Truth (Russell Johnson)

RLST 29015- Religion and its "Other": Secular and Post-Secular Formations (Lisa Landoe Hedrick)