Courses and Syllabi

Courses and Syllabi

Courses and Syllabi

“Word and Image”
Gretchen Buggeln, Valparaiso University PDF

"Art and Ritual"
Kate Ezra, Yale University PDF

“The Pagan-Catholic Imagination”
Thomas J. Ferraro, Duke University  PDF

"Religion and Food"
Peter Harle, University of Minnesota PDF

“Art and Empire from Constantine to Justinian”
Robin Jensen, Vanderbilt University PDF

“Art and Religion in Late Antiquity”
Robin Jensen, Vanderbilt University PDF

“The Senses in the Museum and Theater:  Presentation Theories and Strategies”
Frederick John Lamp, Yale University PDF

“American Religions: Faith and Film”
Colleen McDannell, University of Utah PDF

“Religion and Materiality”
David Morgan, Duke University PDF

“Visual Culture of Early Modern Latin America”
Barbara Mundy, Fordham University PDF

“Sacred Spaces”
Louis Nelson, University of Virginia PDF

“Jewish Space”
Margaret Olin, Yale University PDF

“Religion, Art, and Visual Culture”
S. Brent Plate, Hamilton College PDF

“Religion and the Five Senses”
S. Brent Plate, Hamilton College PDF

“Materials Sensations: Sense and Contention in Material Religious Practice” (introductory-level graduate seminar; 2011)
Sally Promey, Yale University PDF

“Reading the Visual Culture of American Religions” (2008)
Sally Promey, Yale University PDF

“Sensational Materialities:  Sensory Cultures of Religion in History, Theory, Method” (advanced graduate research seminar; 2010)
Sally Promey, Yale University PDF

“Visual Controversy: Religion and the Politics of Vision” (2010)
Sally Promey, Yale University  PDF

“The Supernatural in American Literature”
Sarah Rivett, Princeton University PDF

"South Asian Visual Culture (seminar)"
Andy Rotman, Smith College PDF

"South Asian Visual Culture (lecture)"
Andy Rotman, Smith College PDF

“Metaphors of Evil”
Emilie Townes, Yale Divinity School PDF

“Religion and American Film”
Judith Weisenfeld, Princeton University PDF

“Religious Visual and Material Culture”
Judith Weisenfeld, Princeton University PDF

“Women, Religion, and Representation in an Age of Globalization”
Laura Wexler and Sally Promey, Yale University PDF