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Relevant Courses for JS Certificate Students

 

Graduate Fall 2013 Courses

JS 597R-00P: Directed Study
JS 598R-00P: Thesis/Exam Preparation
JS 730-000: Israelite Religion in its Ancient Near Eastern Environment
JS 730-001: Jewish Backgrounds- Jewish Milieu

 

 

JS 597R-00P: Directed Study
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JS 598R-00P: Thesis/Exam Preparation
Faculty, Time: TBA

 

JS 730-000: Israelite Religion in its Ancient Near Eastern Environment (same as RLHB 750-000)
Strawn, Tu 1:00-4:00, MAX: 15 (12 RLHB, 3 JS)

Course description: TBA

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JS 730-001: Jewish Backgrounds - Jewish Milieu (same as RLNT 740-000)
Holladay, Fri 9:00-12:00, MAX: 15 (12 RLNT, 3 JS)

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Other Courses That May Be Relevant for JS Certificate Students:

 

Comparative Literature

Religion and Language: Between Biblical and Philosophical Hermeneutics
CPLT 751 / RLTS 750
Robbins
Wednesday 1:00-4:00pm

The Russian Avant-Garde
CPLT 752R 01P / ARTHIST 769R / ILA 790
Oeler & Cronan
Monday 1:00-4:00pm

 

Graduate Division of Religion

Contemporary Virtue Ethics
RLE 700R
Hall
Wednesday 9:30-12:30pm

Methods in Hebrew Bible
RLHB 792
Wright
Wednesday 10:00-1:00pm

Special Topics: Conversion in Early Modern Europe
RLHS 738
Strom
Wednesday 1:00-4:00pm

Global Feminisms and the Study of Women and Religion in America
HIST 585 / RLHT 735
Diakite
Monday 3:00-6:00pm

Akkadian
RLL 701B
LeMon
Friday 9:30-11:00am

Contemporary Worship: Research Methods
RLPC 750
Phillips
Tuesday 2:30-5:30pm

Sociology of Religion
RLSR 730
Tipton
Wednesday 6:30-9:30pm

Mind, Science, and Religion
SOC 725 / RLSR 770
Patterson
Monday 11:00-2:00pm

Cross Cultural Theologies
RLTS 752
Erskine
Thursday 6:00-9:00pm

Womanist Theology
RLTS 740
White
Thursday 9:00-12:00pm


History

Special Topics in History: Conversion in Early Modern Europe
RLHT 585-000
Strom
Wednesday 1:00-4:00pm

Global Migrations and Local Diasporas
History 585-010
Lesser
Tuesday 9:00am-12:00pm

Law School

History of Law, Religion, and Family in the West
Law 647
Witte
 

Middle Eastern & South Asian Studies

Topics in Mid. Eastern Studies
MESAS 570-000 / ANT 585-002 / HIST 585-004
Pandey
Thursday 1:00-4:00pm

Topics in Mid. Eastern Studies
MESAS 570-001 / ILA 790-002 / RLHT 736-000
Pandey
Monday 4:00-5:00pm

Meditation Research Group
Barsalou, Goodman, Mascaro, Bauer-Wu, Dodson-Lavelle
Psyc 730R-03P 4068
Wednesday 3:00-4:50pm

William James Seminar: Psychological Principles, Religious Experience, and Pragmatism
PSYCHOLOGY 770R / RLPC 710K / EDS 771V
Snarey
Wednesday 2:30

 

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