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Brooklyn College Created Open Education Resources (OER): Religion

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Brooklyn College Studies in Religion OER

The interdisciplinary Studies in Religion Program brings together faculty and students who are interested in the study of religious ideas, behaviors, values, rituals, texts, institutions, and communities. The program is taught and advised by faculty from departments in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, including Africana Studies, American Studies, Art, Anthropology and Archaeology, Classics, English, History, Judaic Studies, Modern Languages and Literatures, Philosophy, Political Science, Puerto Rican and Latino Studies, and Sociology. It features classes on major world religions, such as Christianity or Judaism, as well as classes on age-old religious movements that are less widely studied, such as Zoroastrianism or Syriac Christianity.

Below are STUDIES IN RELIGION Open Educational Resources (OER) / Zero Textbook Cost courses created for Brooklyn College.  

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JUST/CLAS/RELG 3022 and PHIL 3729

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Course: JUST/CLAS/RELG 3022/PHIL 3729
Title: Searching for God
Instructor: Brodsky
Platform: LibGuides
Semester: Spring 2022