by Jane Terry
Need upper-level undergraduate courses to fill out your spring 2016 schedule? Here are two options:
Religion 312-001, The Hebrew Prophets; and Religion 332-301, Modern Religious Thought.
REL 312 counts for the area “Biblical Studies,” and is a survey of the prophetic literature of ancient Israel in its social and historical contexts.
REL 332 is in the area “Religion and Culture,” and examines the ways modernity impacted the philosophy of religion in Europe and North America in the twentieth century. Major movements studied may include: Existentialism (Nietzsche, Kierkegaard, Tillich); Process Thought (Whitehead); Feminism (Ruether, Daly); Deconstruction (Derrida, Caputo); and African American thought (King, Cone).