Introduction to Religion: Women and the Western Traditions

Religion 108

Usual Description

An introduction to Judaism, Christianity and Islam that focuses on women’s experiences and gender roles. This course will examine representations of women in sacred texts; primary sources by and about women from various historical periods, and contemporary feminist voices within each religious tradition. Topics to be investigated include: rabbinic teachings on biblical women, the role of women in early Christian heretical movements, discourses of the veil in Islam.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Religion 108 Taught by Margaret Kamitsuka
Religion 108 Taught by Margaret Kamitsuka
Religion 108 Taught by Margaret Kamitsuka
Religion 108 Taught by Margaret Kamitsuka
Religion 108 Taught by Margaret Kamitsuka
Religion 108 Taught by Margaret Kamitsuka
Religion 108 Taught by Margaret Kamitsuka
Religion 108 Taught by Margaret Kamitsuka