Students will be enrolled in the two classes below:
RELI 323: Women, Goddesses and Power in Hinduism: Explores the relationship between the Hindu goddess traditions, women, and the feminist spirituality movement in order to complicate the relationship that is often assumed to exist between women, goddesses, and power (3 credits).
RELI 345: Religion and the Arts in India: Will examine the role of the visual, material, literary, and performance arts in the construction of religious knowledge in the religious traditions of India. The primary focus will be the historical development of the arts and aesthetic styles in Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Jainism, Sikhism, and Christianity in South Asia (3 credits).
Upper division credit in Religious Studies may be arranged at the discretion of the faculty director.
Dr. Caleb Simmons