Undergraduate Religious Studies
2017 Summer Term
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INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC CIVILIZATIONS (GH)
Religious Studies 135
This course examines emergence and evolution of Islamic Civilizations from the seventh century though the modern era. It covers the birth and spread of Islam, the rise and fall of Muslim Empires, religious and political institutions, scientific and cultural achievements, and the position of women and religious minorities.
RELIGIOUS ETHICS (GH)
Religious Studies 302
The comparative study of the ethical dilemmas and discourse within religious narratives and traditions. The course presents selected ethical dilemmas and raises questions requiring students to analyze the positions embedded within religious narratives, and develop their own informed ethical positions. Topics include war, human rights, ecology, economic justice, and sexuality.