Courses

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Course syllabi available at syllabus.stanford.edu

Autumn 2016-17

  • COURSE #

  • COURSE TITLE

  • INSTRUCTOR

  • MEETING TIMES

THINK 50 Empathy Jane Shaw TTh 10:30-11:20
RELIGST 11N The Meaning of Life: Philosophical,
Aesthetic and Religious Perspectives
Thomas Sheehan TTh 9:00-10:20
RELIGST 12N Perspectives on the Good Life Lee Yearley MW 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 26 The Bible and its Interpreters Barbara Pitkin MW 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 91 Exploring American Religious History Kathryn Gin Lum TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 115X The Civilization and Culture of the
Middle Ages
Fiona Griffiths TBA
RELIGST 117N Secularism, Spirituality and Religion in American Lives Ari Kelman TBA
RELIGST 183 Atheism: Hegel to Heidegger Thomas Sheehan TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 212 Chuang Tzu Lee Yearley TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 215X Women and Religion in the Medieval
World
Fiona Griffiths TBA
RELIGST 231/331  European Reformations Barbara Pitkin Laura Stokes TTh 3:00-4:20
RELIGST 306 Love and Death in Islamic Narratives Shahzad Bashir TTh 3:00-4:20
RELIGST 343 Anthropology and Buddhism Alexandra Kaloyanides W 1:30-4:20

 

Winter 2016-17

  • COURSE #

  • COURSE TITLE

  • INSTRUCTOR

  • MEETING TIMES

THINK 44 Belief Jane Shaw TTh 10:30-11:20
RELIGST 1 Religion Around the Globe Shahzad Bashir MWF 10:30-11:20
RELIGST 2N Religion in Anime and Manga Michaela Mross TTh 4:30-5:50
RELIGST 31 The Religious Life of Things John Kieschnick MWF 11:30-12:20
RELIGST 114 Yoga Ancient and Modern Linda Hess MW 9:30-11:20
RELIGST 130 Sex and Gender in Judaism and Christianity Charlotte Fonrobert TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 151 Religious Poetry of India Linda Hess F 9:30-12:20
RELIGST 170E Readings in Talmudic Literature Advanced Charlotte Fonrobert TBA
RELIGST 181 Heidegger and Daoism: Differences and
Dialogue
Thomas Sheehan TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 212X/312X Knights, Monks & Nobles: Masculinity in the Middle Ages Fiona Griffiths T 10:30-1:20
RELIGST 246/346 Constructing Race & Religion in America Kathryn Gin Lum W 9:30-12:20
RELIGST 251/351 Readings in Indian Buddhist Texts Jens-Uwe Hartmann W 1:30-4:20
RELIGST 279/379 After God: Why religion at all? Thomas Sheehan TTh 9:00-10:20
RELIGST 283 Religion and Literature Shahzad Bashir
Lee Yearley
W 2:30-5:20
RELIGST 290 Majors Seminar Michaela Mross TTh 3:00-4:20
RELIGST 304B Theories and Methods Charlotte Fonrobert M 1:30-4:20

 

Spring 2016-17

  • COURSE #

  • COURSE TITLE

  • INSTRUCTOR

  • MEETING TIMES

RELIGST 2 Is Stanford a Religion? Kathryn Gin Lum  TTh 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 19N Everyone Eats: Food, Religion and Culture Charlotte Fonrobert  MW 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 55 Exploring Zen Buddhism Michaela Mross  TTh 3:00-4:20
RELIGST 56 Exploring Chinese Religions John Kieschnick  MWF 10:30-11:20
RELIGST 86 Exploring the New Testament Kirsti Copeland MW 11:30-12:50
RELIGST 105 Religion and War in America Kathryn Gin Lum  TTh 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 117 Christianity in 21st-century America Barbara Pitkin  MW 1:30-2:50
RELIGST 180 Gender Relations in Islam Ahoo Najafian  MW 10:30-11:50
RELIGST 231X Knowing God: Learning Religion in
Popular Culture
Ari Kelman W 9:30-12:20
RELIGST 298 Senior Colloquium Barbara Pitkin TBA
RELIGST 347 Chinese Buddhist Texts John Kieschnick Th 9:00-11:50