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Jerome Bauer's Sikh Religion Study Courses

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

 

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

ReSt 223 "Hindu Medicine and Indian Food"
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Anthro 2231

ReSt 250F "Hinduism: An Introduction"

ReSt 3392 [339F] "Topics in South Asian Religion: Yoga Traditions"
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International Studies 339F

ReSt 3393 "Miracles, Marvels, and Magic"

ReSt 3391 "Karma and Rebirth"

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

 

 

Sikh Religion Study Courses
Taught by Local Faculty

(This page is under construction)

 

The Department of South Asian Language and Area Studies at the University of Missouri-Columbia
has resources for serious study of the Sikh tradition. The Department's diverse
faculty and students
include many with expertise on Sikhism, including Professor
Gerald N. Barrier, a leading authority.

 

Sikhism Links

(Neither I nor anyone else at Washington University necessarily endorse these websites).

(This page is under construction)

 

Sikhnet

Sikh Research and Educational Center of St Louis

Sikh Study Circle of St Louis

New Religious Movement Links

 

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