Courses

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Course syllabi available at syllabus.stanford.edu

Autumn 2017-18

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  • COURSE TITLE

  • INSTRUCTOR

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THINK 50 Empathy Jane Shaw TTh 10:30-11:20
RELIGST 9N What Didn’t Make It into the Bible Michael Penn TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 12N Perspectives on the Good Life Lee Yearley TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 32 Spiritualism and the Occult Sarah Wilburn MW 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 71 Jews and Christians Manuel Duarte de Oliveira TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 115X The Civilization and Culture of the Middle Ages Fiona Griffiths TTh 9:00-10:20
RELIGST 126 Protestant Reformation Barbara Pitkin TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 180 Gender in Islam Ahoo Najafian MW 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 218X/318X Medieval Saints, Pilgrimages and Relics Fiona Griffiths TTh 12:00-1:30
RELIGST 228/328 The Buddha’s Word at Stanford Paul Harrison, Michaela Mross F 2:30-5:20
RELIGST 262/362 Sex and the Early Church Michael Penn TTh 3:00-4:20
RELIGST 304B Theories and Methods Lee Yearley M 1:30-4:20
RELIGST 313X The Education of American Jews Ari Kelman M 9:30-11:20
RELIGST 333X Workshop in Religion and Education Ari Kelman F 9:30-10:20

Winter 2017-18

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  • INSTRUCTOR

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RELIGST 6N Religion in Anime and Magna Michaela Mross TTh 3:00-4:20
RELIGST 10Q Literature, Medicine and Empathy Jane Shaw W 1:30-4:20
RELIGST 11N The Meaning of Life Thomas Sheehan MW 9:00-10:20
RELIGST 26 The Bible and its Interpreters Barbara Pitkin TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 50 Exploring Buddhism Paul Harrison TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 53 Exploring Jewish Spirituality Ariel Mayse TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 135 Islam in America Alaina Morgan MW 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 166 The Divine Feminine in India Eliane Fisher TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 181 Heidegger and Daoism: Differences and
Dialogue
Thomas Sheehan MW 10:30-11:50
ETHICS 190 Honors Seminar: Ethics and Society Brent Sockness W 12:30-2:00
RELIGST 212 Chuang Tzu Lee Yearley TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 246/346 Constructing Race and Religion in America Kathryn Gin Lum F 9:30-12:20
RELIGST 265/365 Creating the Universe: Buddhist Science, Ritual and Art Eric Huntington F 1:30-4:20
RELIGST 290 Majors Seminar Elaine Fisher MW 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 313X Education of American Jews  Ari Kelman M 9:30-11:20
RELIGST 367 Seminar in Religion and Material Culture John Kieschnick TTh 1:30-2:50

 

RELIGST 371 Writing Religious History Kathryn Gin Lum W 9:30-12:20
RELIGST 333X Workshop in Religion and Education Ari Kelman F 9:30-10:20

Spring 2017-18

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  • COURSE TITLE

  • INSTRUCTOR

  • MEETING TIMES

RELIGST 1 Religion Around the Globe John KieschnickBarbara Pitkin  MWF 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 2 Is Stanford a Religion? Kathryn Gin Lum  TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 55 Exploring Zen Buddhism Michaela Mross  TTh 3:00-4:20
RELIGST 86 Exploring the New Testament Michael Penn  TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 91 Exploring American Religious History Kathryn Gin Lum TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 139 Religion along the Silk Road John Kieschnick  MW 10:30-12:20
RELIGST 165 Modern Jewish Mystics: Devotion in a Secular Age Ariel Mayse  TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 169 Sacred Words: Jewish Thought and the Question of Language Ariel Mayse  TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 218/318 Islam, Race and Revolution: A Pan-American Approach Alaina Morgan MW 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 251/351 Readings in Indian Buddhist Texs Paul Harrison W 2:30-5:20
RELIGST 253/353 Recent Research on Japanese Buddhism Michaela Mross T 9:00-11:50
RELIGST 264/364 Hindu Tantra Elaine Fisher TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 269/369 Plotinus and Augustine Thomas Sheehan  TBD
RELIGST 298 Senior Colloquium Barbara Pitkin  TBD
RELIGST 345 Christianity Seminar Brent Sockness  TBD
RELIGST 374F Science, Religion, and Democracy Brent Sockness W 2:30-5:20
RELIGST 391 Teaching Religious Studies Michael Penn TTh 3:00-4:20
RELIGST 333X Workshop in Religion and Education Ari Kelman F 9:30-10:20