Cross-Checked Courses

Cross-Listed Undergrad For an RLG specialist program, up to two full course equivalents from the following may be counted. For an RLG major program, up to one may be counted.  

Anthropology  

• ANT356H Anthropology of Religion  

• ANT426H Western Views of the Non-West  

• ANTC31H Ritual and Religious Action (UTSC)  

• ANTC33H Of Gods and Humans: Anthropological Approaches to Religion (UTSC)  

Art 

• FAH215H Early Medieval Art and Architecture  

• FAH216H Later Medieval Art and Architecture  

• FAH319H Illuminated Manuscripts  

• FAH328H Gothic Cathedral  

• FAH381H Problems in Jewish Art 

 

Celtic Studies 

• SMC350H Celtic Spirituality  

• SMC250H Celtic Mythology  

 

Christianity and Culture 

• SMC200H Christianity and the Arts  

• SMC203Y Christianity and SocietyThrough the Ages (formerly Christianity Encounters the Secular World)  

• SMC215H Varieties of Christian Community  

• SMC327H Ritual and Worship  

• SMC305H Christianity and Popular Culture  

• SMC307Y Scripture in Christian Tradition  

• SMC309H Christianity and Politics  

• SMC372H The Catholic Church in Canada  

• SMC371H Faith and Physics  

• SMC456H Indian Christianity  

 

Classics 

• CLA204H Introduction to Classical Mythology  

• CLA305H Theories of Myth (Prerequisite: CLA204H)  

• CLAA05H Ancient Mythology I: Mesopotamia and Egypt (UTSC)  

• CLAA06H Ancient Mythology II: Greece and Rome (UTSC)  

• CLAC22H Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean (UTSC)  

 

East Asian Studies 

• EAS338H1 Classical Daoism  

• EAS361H1 Zen Buddhism  

 

English 

• ENGC16H The Bible and Literature I (UTSC)  

• ENGC17H The Bible and Literature II (UTSC)  

 

Global Asian Studies 

• GASB30H Asian Religions and Cultures (UTSC)  

 

History 

• HIS208Y History of the Jewish People  

• HIS220Y The Shape of Medieval Society  

• H1S309H The European Reformations  

• HIS323H Rites of Passage and Daily Life in the Middle Ages  

• HIS338H The Holocaust, to 1942 (formerly HIS338Y/HIS398Y)  

• HIS361H1 The Holocaust, from 1942  

• HIS403Y Jews and Christians in Medieval and Renaissance Europe  

• HIS464H Religion and Violence in Comparative Perspective 

• HISD63H The Crusades: I (UTSC)  

• HISD64H The Crusades: II (UTSC)  

 

Italian Studies 

• ITA311H Mediaeval Italian Literature in Translation: Dante  

• ITA321Y Dante: Divina Commedia 

 

Jewish Studies   

• CJS200H Introduction to Jewish Thought  

• CJS290H Topics in Jewish Studies  

• CJS390H Special Topics in Jewish Studies  

• CJS400H Research Seminar in Jewish Studies  

• CJS490/491 Advanced Jewish Studies  

 

Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations  

• NMC252H Hebrew Bible  

• NMC270H Christians of the Middle East  

• NMC273Y Early Islamic History: The Prophet and the Caliphates  

• NMC284H Topics in Judaism and Feminism: Conflict, Competition, Complement  

• NMC342H History & Sources of Egyptian Monasticism  

• NMC351H Dead Sea Scrolls (formerly NMC250H)  

• NMC 360H/361H Archaeology of the Biblical Period, I 

• NMC 361H/361H Archaeology of the Biblical Period, II  

• NMC367H Archaeology and Architecture of Egyptian Monasticism  

• NMC370H Ancient Israel  

• NMC374H The Mamluks: from Slaves to Sultans  

• NMC376H History of Islamic Spain and North Africa  

• NMC380YH Religion and Myth in the Ancient Near East  

• NMC381H Modern Islamic Thought  

• NMC382Y Mummies, Myth and Magic: The Religion of Ancient Egypt  

• NMC384H Life Cycle and Personal Status in Judaism

• NMC484Y Gender-Related Topics in Law and Religion 

• NML220Y Introductory Aramaic  

• NML250Y Introductory Biblical Hebrew 

• NML320H Aramaic Bible Translations  

• NML350H Intermediate Biblical Hebrew I  

• NML351H Intermediate Biblical Hebrew II  

• NML357H Legends of the Jews (Aggadah)  

• NML358H Middle Hebrew: Mishnah and Tosefta 

• NML420Y The Jerusalem Talmud: Jewish Western Aramaic  

• NML452H Halakhic Midrashim  

• NML459H Readings in Second Temple Period Texts  

 

New College  

• NEW214H Socially Engaged Buddhism  

• NEW232Y Buddhist Psychology  

• NEW302Y C.G. Jung: Stories, Patterns, Symbols  

• NEW339H Yogacara Buddhism and Western Philosophy  

 

Philosophy  

• PHL235H Philosophy of Religion 

• PHL237H History of Chinese Philosophy  

• PHL307H Augustine  

• PHL308H Aquinas  

• PHL335H Issues in Philosophy of Religion  

• PHL336H Islamic Philosophy  

• PHL338H Jewish Philosophy  

• PHL414H Seminar in Philosophy of Religion  

• PHL478H Advanced Topics in Philosophy of Religion  

 

Slavic Languages and Literature  

• SLA302H The Imaginary Jew  

• SLA314H Dostoevsky  

• SLA317H Tolstoy  

• SLA400H Studies in Medieval Russian Literature  

• SLA449H Russian Thinkers  

 

Sociology  

• SOC250Y Sociology of Religion