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Course Catalog 2008-2009 
    
Course Catalog 2008-2009 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Oberlin College Courses


 
   •  PSYC 550 - Supervised Research in Psycholinguistics
   •  PSYC 560 - Supervised Research in Adolescent Development
   •  PSYC 604 - Problems for Investigation
   •  PSYC 606 - Independent Research Problems
   •  PSYC 608 - Empirical Honors Research
   •  PSYC 612 - Theoretical or Bibliographic Honors Research
   •  PSYC 995 - Private Reading
   •  RELG 102 - Introduction to Religion: Roots of Religion in the Mediterranean World
   •  RELG 103 - Introduction to Religion: Living Religion
   •  RELG 108 - Introduction to Religion: Women and the Western Traditions
   •  RELG 109 - Introduction to Religion: Jerusalem: Negotiating Sacred Space
   •  RELG 118 - Immanence and Transcendence in Buddhism
   •  RELG 202 - The Nature of Suffering: The Book of Job and its History of Interpretation
   •  RELG 205 - Hebrew Bible in its Near Eastern Context
   •  RELG 208 - New Testament and Christian Origins
   •  RELG 217 - Christianity in the Early Medieval World: 150-1100
   •  RELG 218 - Christianity in the Late Medieval World, 1100-1600
   •  RELG 225 - Modern Religious Thought in the West: Late 17th to Mid-19th Century
   •  RELG 226 - Modern Religious Thought in the West: Mid-19th Century to the Present
   •  RELG 227 - Contemporary Religious Thought in the West
   •  RELG 231 - Origins and Development of Hinduism
   •  RELG 233 - Religion in Modern India
   •  RELG 234 - Buddhist Thought and Practice in India and Tibet
   •  RELG 235 - Chinese Thought & Religion
   •  RELG 236 - Japanese Thought and Religion
   •  RELG 244 - Religion, War, and Peace Ethics in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam
   •  RELG 245 - Modern Moral Issues in Religious Perspective
   •  RELG 249 - Issues in Medical Ethics
   •  RELG 250 - Introduction to Judaism
   •  RELG 251 - Modern Jewish Thought
   •  RELG 252 - Medieval Jewish Thought: Law, Mysticism, and Philosophy
   •  RELG 258 - Introduction to the Talmud: Argument and Interpretation
   •  RELG 261 - Gender Theory and the Study of Religion
   •  RELG 263 - Roots of Religious Feminism in North America
   •  RELG 270 - Islam
   •  RELG 272 - Introduction to the Qur’an
   •  RELG 275 - Religion and Politics in the Modern Middle East
   •  RELG 278 - Crusade, Contact and Exchange in the Medieval Mediterranean
   •  RELG 281 - African Religions and Their Thought Systems
   •  RELG 282 - Survey of American Christianity
   •  RELG 283 - Native American Religious Experience
   •  RELG 284 - The History of the African-American Religious Experience
   •  RELG 285 - Evangelicalism in the United States
   •  RELG 290 - The Meanings of the Memorial Arch
   •  RELG 300 - Selected Topics in Approaches to the Study of Religion
   •  RELG 304 - History and Literature of the Ancient Near East
   •  RELG 321 - Seminar: Buddhism & Orientalism
   •  RELG 322 - Seminar: Pure Land Buddhism
   •  RELG 328 - Seminar: Selected Topics in the Study of Hinduism: The Ramayana Tradition in South Asia
   •  RELG 336 - Seminar: Medieval Philosophy of Religion
   •  RELG 339 - Seminar: Key Themes in Understanding the Moral Life in Four Religious Traditions
   •  RELG 340 - Seminar in Ethical Issues in Death and Dying
   •  RELG 343 - Seminar: Selected Topics in Modern and Contemporary Religious Thought
   •  RELG 353 - Moses Maimonides: Philosophy and Law
   •  RELG 354 - Seminar: Spinoza: Philosophy, Heresy and Modern Judaism
   •  RELG 366 - Seminar: Feminist Interpretations of Evil
   •  RELG 373 - Islamic Mystic Traditions and Literature
   •  RELG 384 - Seminar: The Black Theology Movement
   •  RELG 385 - Seminar: Selected Topics in American Religious History
   •  RELG 400 - Senior Capstone Colloquium
   •  RELG 401 - Senior Honors
   •  RELG 995 - Private Reading
   •  RHET 101 - Entering Discourse Communities: Writing for College and Beyond
   •  RHET 102 - Writing for College & Beyond
   •  RHET 103 - College Writing: Motives and Methods
   •  RHET 104 - Writing about a Topic: Queering the Reel
   •  RHET 106 - Journalism Basics
   •  RHET 107 - Practicum in Journalism
   •  RHET 206 - Narrative Non-Fiction
   •  RHET 305 - Grant Proposal and Report Writing
   •  RHET 401 - Teaching and Tutoring Writing Across the Disciplines
   •  RHET 402 - Tutoring Lab
   •  RHET 900 - OCEAN: College Writing
   •  RHET 995 - Private Reading
   •  RUSS 101 - Elementary Russian
   •  RUSS 102 - Elementary Russian
   •  RUSS 130 - Crises in the Caucasus:History and Identity Among the Highlanders
   •  RUSS 131 - Russian Mythology
   •  RUSS 203 - Intermediate Russian
   •  RUSS 204 - Intermediate Russian
   •  RUSS 205 - Conversational Russian
   •  RUSS 206 - Conversational Russian
   •  RUSS 210 - Soviet Blockbusters
   •  RUSS 212 - Russian Blockbusters
   •  RUSS 213 - Russian Modernism: The Aesthetic Utopia
   •  RUSS 215 - The Meaning of Life: Dispatches from Nineteenth-Century Russia
   •  RUSS 216 - The Family Novel in Nineteenth-century Russia
   •  RUSS 218 - Altered States: Sex, Drugs, & Rock ‘n Roll in Modern Russian Culture
   •  RUSS 220 - Russian Visual Culture
   •  RUSS 305 - Russian Civilization From Rurik to the Golden Age
   •  RUSS 306 - Russian Civilization from Pre-Revolution to Post Soviet Russia
   •  RUSS 309 - Advanced Conversation and Composition
   •  RUSS 310 - Advanced Conversational Russian
   •  RUSS 326 - Literature of Dissent from Stalin to the Present
   •  RUSS 329 - Literature and the Land: Nature Writing in Russia and America
   •  RUSS 332 - Northern Naturalism: Chekhov, Ibsen, Strindberg
   •  RUSS 411 - Special Topics: Reactions to the Russian Revolution
   •  RUSS 446 - Senior Seminar: Perspectives on Contemporary Russian Culture
   •  RUSS 505 - Honors in Russian
   •  RUSS 995 - Private Reading
 

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