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  • Brett Krutzch (2019-01)
    This course examines the reasons legislators and others frequently invoke religion in political debates that focus on gender and sexuality even though the United States is a secular democracy. The class will question if ...
  • David Harrington Watt (2019-01)
    In the 1930s and 1940s, Quakers engaged in a number of remarkable—and controversial—activities that were intended to provide assistance to people who were being persecuted by the Nazis. Those actions were criticized by ...
  • Daniel May (2019-01)
    This course will explore how Jewish thinkers from the enlightenment to the present wrestled with the question of how Jews might achieve freedom and secure survival in the modern world. We'll examine the challenge that the ...
  • Brett Krutzch (2019-01)
    This course begins from the premise that to understand American history and culture, one must grasp the pervasiveness of religion within the United States. This class will investigate the historically shifting roles of ...



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