Religion & Society Pathway

 The Religion & Society Pathway explores the interplay between major world religions and cultural
 traditions, artistic expression, social change, and historical events. The Pathway encompasses courses
 dealing with a wide variety of global religious traditions.

Each Pathway must contain 4 courses covering a minimum of 3 different disciplines. In addition to the courses listed below, Honors and special-topics courses may be used in Pathways if they have been approved for this purpose. See here for a list of Fall 2014 course offerings applicable to Pathways.

  • ANTH 232 Religion and Culture
  • ART 245 Medieval Art
  • ART 380 Renaissance Art
  • ENG 214 Religious Themes in Literature *cross-listed REST 214
  • ENG 266 The Italian-American Experience *cross-listed POSC 266 and HIST 266
  • ENG 370 Modern Jewish Literature
  • ENG 373 Literature of the Holocaust
  • HIST 207 History of the Holocaust
  • HIST 217 The Catholic Church in Modern Times
  • HIST 248 Medieval Europe
  • HIST 268 Traditional Asia
  • HIST 272 The Ancient East
  • PHIL 211 Modern Philosophy
  • PHIL 321 Medieval Philosophy
  • PHIL 331 Philosophy of Religion
  • POSC 217 Catholics in the U.S. *cross-listed HIST 217 and REST 217
  • REST 107 Introduction to Religion
  • REST 201 Religion in America
  • REST 203 Christianity
  • REST 204 Judaism
  • REST 209 World Religions
  • REST 230 Religion and Politics
  • REST 231 Social Ethics and Economics
  • REST 243 Catholic Thought and Spirituality
  • REST 244 Prison, Praxis and Prisoners
  • REST 245 Jesus and Discipleship
  • REST 300 Judeo-Christian Scriptures
  • REST 315 Global Liberation Theology
  • REST 320 Public Praxis I
  • REST 392 Film and the Bible
  • SOC 220 Sociology of Religion *prereq SOC 101

 

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