Spring 2020 Courses of Interest in the University
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The courses listed below are subject to time and room changes. Please check in WIN for updated information.
POI = Permission of the Instructor requires a form, "Registration for Outside Divinity," and signatures from both the instructor and our Academic Dean.
If the course is 200- or 300-level, please work out (in writing) with the professor what additional work you will do to make it a graduate level course.
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Course #IDHrs.Course TitleDaysTimeInstructorBldg.RoomRequirement*Permission of Instructor
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COM616AG3ScreenwritingT R3:30-4:45PGentry, C.CARS301POI
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COM642AG3Political CommunicationT R2:00-3:15PLouden, A.CARS102POI
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COM650AG3Intercultural CommunicationM W12:30-1:45PHazen, M.CARS5POI
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HST688AG3Nation, Faith, and Gender in the Middle EastW F12:30-1:45pmWilkins, C.TRIBA103POI
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HST641AG3Africans in the Atlantic World 1750 - 1815T R12:30-1:45pmParent, A.TRIBA102POI
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REL605AG3Ethnography of ReligionW F2:00-3:15PHiggins, C.WING306POI
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REL613AG3Near Eastern ArcheologyT R9:30-10:45APace, L.WING206POI
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REL617AG3The Wisdom LiteratureM W F10:00-10:50AHoglund, K.WING306BIB ElectivePOI
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REL632AG3Religion and Public EngagementT3:30-6:00PBoyd, S.WING209POI
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REL635AG3Christian Ethics and the Problem of WarM W12:30-1:45PIlesanmi, S.WING209POI
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REL649AG3Asian Meditation PracticesW F2:00-3:15pmArthur, ShawnWING306RPPOI
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REL662AG3Islamic BioethicsT R
11:00A-12:15P
Van Doorn, P.WING206RPPOI
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REL662BG3Islam and Youth in AfricaW F9:30-10:45AWortmann, K.WING206RPPOI
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REL673AG3Black Religion & American PrisonsT R12:30-1:45PNeal, R.WING206RCPOI
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REL656AG3Modern Jewish MovementsT R2:00-3:15PGlauz-Todrank, A.WING206RPPOI
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REL726AG3Seminar in Early Christian StudiesM9:30A-12:00PFoskett, M.WING206POI
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ENG611AG3The Legend of ArthurT R3:30-4:45PSigal, G.TRIBA301POI
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ENG623AG3ShakespeareM W2:00-3:15PValbuena, O.TBATBAPOI
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ENG627AG3MiltonT R12:30-1:45PRapaport, H.TRIBC115POI
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ENG641AG3Literature and the EnvironmentT R2:00-3:15PMadera, J.TRIBA209POI
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ENG660AG3Studies in Victorian LiteratureW2:00-4:30PPyke, J.TRIBA204POI
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ENG697AG3Creative NonfictionR2:00-4:30PWilson, E.TRIBA201POI
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ENG759AG3Studies in Postcolonial LiteratureW F12:30-1:45PHena, O.TRIBC115POI
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PHI642AG3Kant's Ethical TheoryT R5:00-6:15PJennings, J.TRIBA307POI
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PHI661AG3Virtue and CharacterT R
11:00A-12:15P
Miller, C.TRIBA307POI
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WGS633AG3Sexual Politics in the United StatesT R2:00-3:15PGupta, K.TRIBB117GSPOI
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WGS677AG3Men, Masculinity, and PowerT R
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Gupta, K.TRIBA204GSPOI
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WGS677BG3Transnational FeminismsR1:00-3:30PLal, J.CARS305GSPOI
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WGS677CG3Gendered Connections: Italy in the American and British ImaginationT R2:00-3:15PBalzano, W.TRIBA110GSPOI
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*Area Requirements: CC: Cross-Cultural Connections; GS: Gender and Sexuality; RC: Race and Class; RP: Religious Pluralism; SE: Science, Health, and Ecological Well-Being
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