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Approaches to the Introductory Course in Religious Studies

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Published on Dec 12, 2013

From the Divinity School's Craft of Teaching in the Academic Study of Religion program. Led by Professors Lucy Pick, Director of Undergraduate Studies and Senior Lecturer in the History of Christianity, and Richard Rosengarten, Associate Professor of Religion and Literature. The "Introduction to Religious Studies" course is a cornerstone of most Religious Studies majors, but a review of any syllabus collection will show that there are numerous ways to approach it. Listen to Professors Rosengarten and Pick discuss the syllabi they created for "RLST 10100: Introduction to Religious Studies" at the College at the University of Chicago. They will discuss how they organized their courses and why, what they included and what they left out, and what worked and what didn't.

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