Spring 2022 Courses
- RELI 2120-850: Hindu Scriptures
- RELI 3500-850: Religion, Violence and Film
- RELI 3500-851: Migrants, Refugees, Human Rights
- RELI 4020-850: Buddhist Traditions
- RELI 4030-850: Africana Religions
An introduction to some of the foundational scriptures of Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) from traditional and modern perspectives, including the Vedas, the Upanishads, and the Bhagavad-Gita.
|Instructor: Dr. Michele Desmarais||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|
This course will focus on the ways in which films represent violence, and the ways in which these representations make use of religious concepts such as sacrifice or redemption through violent means.
|Instructor: Dr. John Lyden||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|
This course introduces students to contemporary topics in migration, refugee issues, and human rights, including how religious traditions think and act around migration issues and how religion impacts and is impacted by migration.
|Instructor: Dr. Laura Alexander||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|
An exploration of Buddhist history, thought, and practices beginning with the origins, cultural context, and development of Buddhism, and tracing the path of Buddhism through Southeast Asia, Tibet, China, Korea, Japan and North America.
|Instructor: Dr. Julien Wulfgar||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|
An introduction to religions in Africa and the diaspora, including African Traditional Religions, Christianity, Islam, and Afro-Caribbean religious traditions.
|Instructor: Dr. Paul Williams||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|