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Clusters in Religion and Classics

Hinduism (H1REL004)

This cluster enables students to probe central issues and themes involving Hinduism within the broader context of its foundational texts, beliefs, and rituals.

Judaism (H1REL001)

This cluster enables students to probe central issues in Judaism, within the broader contexts of its foundational texts, beliefs, and rituals.

Christianity (H1REL002)

This cluster enables students to probe central issues involving Christianity, within the broader contexts of its foundational texts, beliefs, and rituals.

Islam (H1REL003)

This cluster enables students to probe central issues involving Islam, within the broader contexts of its foundational texts, beliefs, and rituals.

Buddhism (H1REL005)

This cluster enables students to probe central issues and themes involving Buddhism, in the broader contexts of its foundational texts, beliefs, and rituals.

Arabic (H1REL006)

This cluster will enable students to achieve a basic proficiency in Arabic as well as a familiarity with Arabic literature and culture.

Ancient Greek (H1REL007)

This cluster will enable students to achieve a basic proficiency in Ancient Greek as well as a familiarity with Greek literature and culture.

Hebrew (H1REL008)

This cluster will enable students to achieve a basic proficiency in Hebrew as well as a familiarity with Hebrew literature and culture.

Latin (H1REL009)

This cluster will enable students to achieve a basic proficiency in Latin as well as a familiarity with Latin literature and culture.

Religion and Society (H1REL015)

This cluster enables students to study specific religions, their societies and interactions from a variety of cross-cultural and comparative perspective.

Ethics and Philosophy in Religion (H1REL016)

This cluster enables the student to probe in depth a broad range of ethical and philosophical issues in context of religious traditions and from a cross-cultural and comparative perspective.

The Classical Tradition (H1REL012)

This cluster concentrates on the history, religion, philosophy and literature of the ancient world.

East Meets West (H1REL017)

This cluster explores western religious traditions in comparison with eastern religions.