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Goals: The course will meet monthly to examine significant topics and developments pertinent to the formation, history, expression, and study of religion. It is designed to stimulate ideas for honors projects among junior majors in the class and to support the work of seniors who are undertaking honors projects. Content: The idea of "service" as a religious concept will provide a unifying theme for the course, but monthly topics will depend on the interests of the student (or occasionally faculty person) who is presenting for the day. Taught: Annually. Required of majors: Two semesters of the junior and/or senior year, although more would be permitted. Only religion majors and minors are eligible to enroll in this course. Credits: 1 credit
Neraas, Julie, "REL3900-01.Junior Colloquium.Sp15.Neraas,Julie" (2015). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 5168.