Spring 2019: 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 the 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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HIS654AG3The Early American RepublicM W02:00 - 03:15Ruddiman, JohnTRIBA305General ElectivePOI
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HIS659AG3Prostitutes, Machos, and Travestis: Sex and Gender in Latin American HistoryT  R03:30P - 04:45PYarfitz, MirTRIBA305GSPOI
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HIS684AG3Global Outlaws in History Since 1500W  F12:30P-01:45PCoatesTRIBA208General ElectivePOI
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PHI642AG3Studies in Modern PhilosophyM  W05:00P - 06:15PThompsonTRIBA307General ElectivePOI
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PHI670AG3Philosophy and ChristianityT  R09:30A-10:45AMillerTRIBA307General ElectivePOI
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REL620AG3The Search for JesusT  R12:30P-01:45Foskett, MWING206POI
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REL645AG3The African American Religious ExperienceT  R
02:00P-03:15P
Neal, R.WING206RCPOI
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REL661AG3Topics in Buddhism: MahayanaT  R
11:00A-12:15P
Ford, J.WING206RPPOI
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REL668AG3Protestant and Catholic Reformation
03:00P-06:00P
Boyd, S.WING209HIS ElectivePOI
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REL685AG3Special Topics in South Asian Religions: Devotional LiteratureM  W12:30P-01:45Knapczyk, PTBATBARPPOI
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REL686AG3Indian Epics: MahabharataW  F
02:00P-03:15P
Whitaker, J.WING206RPPOI
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REL690CG3Special Topics: Holy Chow--Food and ReligionT R12:30P-01:45Pace, L.WING306
SE RP
POI
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REL692AG31st Peoples' Traditions: Cherokee Removal
03:30P-06:00P
Wiethaus, U. and Gurstelle, A.WING314RPPOI
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REL 701AG1Directed Reading: Writing Beyond WordsW  R  F05:00-08:00PFiegener, L.WING210
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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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