Religion Undergraduate Courses
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MET RN 214 Islam
The rise and spread of Islam from the seventh century to the present; introduction to its central beliefs, institutions, and practices, and its impact on the religious and cultural history of Asia and Africa. Continuity and change in the modern period. [ 4 cr. ]
MET RN 220 The Holy City: Jerusalem in Time, Space and Imagination
Historical development of Jerusalem and its symbolic meanings in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions, from the Bronze Age to the 21st century. [ 4 cr. ]