IRS 498 MULTIFAITH SCHOLARS RESEARCH IN INTERRELIGIOUS STUDIES

This course offers the individual student an opportunity to pursue a research project focused on ways that religious traditions and religious communities have interacted. Research is conducted with one-on-one guidance from a selected faculty mentor. Topics and research methods can vary widely depending on student interest and faculty expertise, but representative approaches might include ethnography, historical inquiry, textual or visual analysis, social ethics, or theology.

Credits

1-4 sh

Prerequisite

Recipient of Multifaith Scholars fellowship

Offered

Offered fall, winter, spring, and summer.

Notes

This course is intended for Multifaith Scholars only; other students pursuing undergraduate research in Interreligious Studies should register for IRS 499.

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