|105||Religion and Popular Culture||Ridgely|
|205||The Making of the Islamic World: The Middle East, 500 – 1500||A. Rock-Singer|
|236||Asia Enchanted: Ghosts, Gods, and Monsters||Huntington|
|253||Of Demons and Angels: Dante’s Divine Comedy||Todorovic|
|308||Introduction to Buddhism||Lehrer|
|335||King David in History and Tradition||Hutton|
|340||The American Jewish Life of DNA||C. Rock-Singer|
|373||Great Cities of Islam||Pruitt|
|400 (Topics in Religious Studies – HUM)
||American Jewish Women and the Body of Tradition||C. Rock-Singer|
|405||Gods and Goddesses of South Asia||Buhnemann|
|414||Islam in Africa and the Diaspora||Daly Thompson|
|440||Poverty, Ecology, and the Arts: St. Francis of Assisi||Livorni|
|460||The History of Yoga||Buhnemann|
|475||Religion, Global and Public Health *SPRIG Course* Students also enroll in POP HEALTH 370, Section 319||Norman|
|601||Senior Capstone Research & Colloquium||Ridgely|
Looking ahead to the Summer 2023 term? Save a spot in your schedule for RELIG. ST. 374: Rhetoric of Religion, an online course taught by Megan Zahay. Dates TBD.
A Comprehensive list of Religious Studies courses can be found in the Religious Studies course list page in the Guide.
Please Note: 600 and 601 are offered for majors and certificate students who meet the requirements for authorization. Because religious studies is an interdisciplinary program drawing upon many departments, some courses may have prerequisites in their home departments that must be fulfilled even though the prerequisites themselves have no bearing on progress within the religious studies major. Students are responsible for ensuring that they have met all the prerequisites to enter a course before they enroll in it.