REL 101(F,S) Introduction to Religion

REL 201(F) The Hebrew Bible as Literature

REL 203(F) Introduction to Judaism (Same as Classics 203)

REL 204(S) Modern Jewish Thought: Judaism, Literature and the Political

REL 207 Biblical Interpretation in Classical Antiquity (Same as Classics 207) (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 208 The Hellenistic World and the Emergence of Rabbinic Judaism (Same as Classics 208) (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 210(S) Wonder-Workers, Priests, Philosophers, and Heroes: Christian Origins in Context

REL 211 Paul and the Beginnings of Christianity (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 212 The Development of Christianity: 100-451 (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 215 Pagans and Christians, 100-600 (Same as Classics 323 and History 323) (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 217(F) Early Middle Ages (Same as History 203)

REL 218(S) The Later Middle Ages (Same as History 204)

REL 219(S) Reformation, Renewal, Reaction: The Reshaping of Christianity in Early Modern Europe (Same as History 302)

REL 220 Orthodoxy, State and Society in Modern Russia (Same as History 330) (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 225(F) Afro-American Religious History (Same as History 303)*

REL 226 Twentieth-Century American Religious Movements (Same as History 375) (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 231(F) The Origins of Islam: God, Empire and Apocalypse (Same as History 275)*

REL 232 Women and Islam (Same as History 278) (Not offered 1998-99)*

REL 233 Islamic Mysticism: The Sufis (Not offered 1998-99)*

REL 234 Religion and Revolution in Iran (Same as History 363 and African and Middle Eastern Studies 401) (Not offered 1998-99)*

REL 241 Hinduism: Construction of a Tradition (Not offered 1998-99)*

REL 242 Buddhism: Concepts and Practices (Not offered 1998-99)*

REL 244 Knowledge and Reality in Indian Thought (Same as Philosophy 238) (Not offered 1998-99)*

REL 245(F) Tibetan Civilization*

REL 251 Technologies of No-Self: Buddhist Meditation in East Asia (Not offered 1998-99)*

REL 252(S) The Tao in the Body: An Introduction to East Asian Religions*

REL 254 Religion and Culture in Contemporary Japan (Not offered 1998-99)*

REL 256(F) Inventing Japan-An Introduction to the Intellectual History of Japan*

REL 270T(S) Father Abraham: The First Patriarch

REL 273(F) Sacred Geographies (Same as Anthropology 273 and EXPR 273)*

REL 274 Women's Religious Experiences in the Ancient Mediterranean World (Same as Classics 274) (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 275 Identity and Cultural Difference in Greco-Roman Egypt (Same as Classics 275) (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 276(S) Life After Death

REL 278T Two Premodern Philosophies of History (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 280(S) Story-telling: The Experience

REL 281(F) Conflicts of Identity in Late Modern Literature: Gender, Religion, Ethnicity, Politics

REL 282(F) Feminist Approaches to the Study of Religion (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 282)

REL 283 Introduction to the Semiotics of Culture (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 284(S) The Limits of Rationality: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (Same as Philosophy 284)*

REL 286 Reason and Revelation: Philosophy of Religion from Leibniz to Kierkegaard (Same as Philosophy 310) (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 287(S) Inhabiting Nature: Religious, Philosophical and Sociological Perspectives (Same as Environmental Studies 287)

REL 288 Religion and the Production of Knowledge (Not offered 1998-99)

REL 290 Power and Transgression (THIS COURSE HAS BEEN CANCELLED)

REL 301(F) Psychology of Religion

REL 302(S) Religion and Society

REL 304(F) From Hermeneutics to Post-Coloniality*

REL 311(F) Global Seminar: Modern and Postmodern Subjects (Same as EXPR 311)

REL 401(F)-402(S) Issues in the Study of Religion

REL 493(F)-W031; W031-494(S) Senior Thesis

REL 497(F), 498(S) Independent Study