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Jerome Bauer's Comparative Civilization Courses

(Note to Religious Studies Majors and Minors: Please check with your Religious Stuides Advisor to
make sure these courses will fulfill your comparative requirement before taking them, to avoid any
misunderstanding. Please remember that only 300-level courses and above will fulfill this requirement).

For official information about the Religious Studies Program, please contact Professor
Ahmet Karamustafa, akaramus@artsci.wustl.edu.

 

ReSt 223 [UC] "Hindu Medicine and Indian Food [Indian Food and Civilization]"
=Anthro 2231

ReSt 250F "Hinduism: An Introduction [Hindus and Others]"

ReSt 251F "Religious Minorities of South Asia"
=Anthro 251F, Hist 251F

ReSt 470 [UC] "Topics in Religious Studies: Fundamentalisms East and West"

ReSt 260 "Theories of Religion"

 

 

Washington University Civilization Courses
(Non-Exhaustive List)

(Note to Religious Studies Majors and Minors: Please check with your Religious Stuides Advisor to
make sure these courses will fulfill your comparative requirement before taking them, to avoid any
misunderstanding. Please remember that only 300-level courses and above will fulfill this requirement).

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Program in Asian Cultures and Civilizations

Center for the Study of Islamic Civilizations

 

History 2xx South Asian Civilizations [Staff] [To be taught in Summer 2004,
in Bijaipur, India, in the new
Washington University Summer in India Program]

Anthro 310C (Q) Ancient Civilizations of the New World (Professor David L. Browman )

Anthro 312C, Ancient Civs of Old World: Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China

Anthro 546 The Rise of Civilization in the New World (Professor David L. Browman)

History 394C (Q) African Civilization to 1800 (Professor Timothy Parsons)

SPAN 311 Hispanic Culture and Civilization I

SPAN 312 Hispanic Culture and Civilization II

ANELL 226 East Asia/IS/Japan JAPANESE CIVILIZATION

EAS 226C Japanese Civilization

ANELL 227 Chinese Civilization

Hindi 225 Introduction to Indic Culture and Civilization (Professor Naseem Hines)

ACC [Asian Cultures and Civilizations] 205 (Q) Literature and Film from Asia and the Near East
(Professor
Hegel)

ACC 226 (Q) Japanese Civilization (Professor Marvin Marcus)

ACC 303 Taoist Tradition (Professor Chao)

JNE 210C (Q) Introduction to Islamic Civilization M-W-F-- 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
(Prof.
Ahmet Karamustafa) [Autumn 2003]

History/JNE 314CQ (IS 314C, Med-Ren 315CQ), Islamic History, 1200-1800

 

 

Civilization Courses at Local Universities

(Note to Religious Studies Majors and Minors: Please check with your Religious Stuides Advisor to
make sure these courses may be transferred before taking them, to avoid any misunderstanding).

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Comparative Civilization Bibliography and Links

Selected Bibliography

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Comparative Studies in Society and History
H1 .C6 Olin Level A Stacks

 

Academic Programs

American Civilization Program, University of Pennsylvania

Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago

Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago

Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago

Program in Classical Civilizations, University of Chicago

 

 

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