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SPRING 2011
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RELIGIOUS STUDIES
RELS 1010 1 3 MWF 12:30-1:20 INTRO TO RELIGIOUS STUDIES LEDNA MAIN 225
RELS 3030 1 3 MWF 8:30-9:20 INTRO TO ISLAM ALBIRINI FL 115
RELS 4520 1 2 ARR ARR EDITING INTERNSHIP JONES ARR
RELS 4910 2 3 TR 3:00-4:15

ST: RELIGION & CONCEPT OF TIME

BARLOW ANSC 115
RELS 4930 1 1-3 ARR ARR DIRECTED READINGS JONES ARR
RELS 4930 2 1-3 ARR ARR DIRECTED READINGS GLASS-COFFIN ARR
RELS 4990 1 3 ARR ARR RELS CAPSTONE JONES ARR
RELS 4990 2 3 ARR ARR RELS CAPSTONE GLASS-COFFIN ARR
RELS 4990 3 3 ARR ARR RELS CAPSTONE BARLOW ARR
RELS 4990 4 3 ARR ARR RELS CAPSTONE SHERLOCK ARR
RELS 6420 1 3 M 4:30-7:00 ST: SECOND GREAT AWAKENING BULTHUIS MAIN 304
ARTH 4620 1 3 MW 10:30-11:45 BYZANTINE ART SAND FAV 150
PHIL 3180 1 3 MWF 3:30-4:20 CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN PHILOSOPHY KLEINER MAIN 326
ANTH 3160 LOS 3 R 8:00-10:30 ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION CRAPO LIB 163

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last updated on 08-Feb-2011


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