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Philosophy and Religious Studies Courses (PHILSPHY, RELIGST)


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Philosophy and Religious Studies Department
Salisbury 406
Phone: (262) 472-4775
Email: philrelgn@uww.edu

PHILOSOPHY (PHILSPHY)


PHILSPHY-590

Feminist Philosophy 3 cr

An introduction to feminist philosophy including its relation to other philosophical traditions, its historical development, and its relevance to concerns in areas such as ethics, theory of knowledge, political philosophy, and philosophy of religion.


PHILSPHY-690

Workshop 1-3 cr


PHILSPHY-694

Seminar 1-3 cr


PHILSPHY-696

Special Studies 1-3 cr


PHILSPHY-798

Individual Studies 1-3 cr


RELIGIOUS STUDIES (RELIGST)


RELIGST-588 (SOCIOLGY-588)

The Holocaust: Nazi Germany And The Genocide Of The Jews 3 cr

This course will examine the origins, implementation, and legacies of the Nazi Holocaust against the Jews. It is intended to help students gain an appreciation of the importance of the Holocaust to the Jewish experience, while understanding that other groups also were victimized. (Offered jointly with sociology).

Prereq: 3 credits in Sociology, History, or Religious Studies.

Unreq: SOCIOLGY-388/588.


RELIGST-690

Workshop 1-3 cr


RELIGST-694

Seminar 1-3 cr


RELIGST-696

Special Studies 1-3 cr


RELIGST-798

Individual Studies 1-3 cr