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The following three-credit courses spanning the University will be offered in Spring 2024. They are listed by home department, and many crosslist across several degree programs, so it can be possible to take a course that looks “full” by registering under a crosslisted department. Please note that some classes have prerequisites or restrictions that may be waived by instructor or department. In addition to courses not listed, pertinent one- or two-credit courses may also be applied to electives, in consultation with the academic advisor.

Global Affairs

Engaging World Religions (KSGA30600)

American Evangelicals and Global Affairs (KSGA30607)

Connecting Asia (ASIA30002)

Indigeneity in Global Context (GLAF30140)

Migrants and Mobility in the Age of Mass Movement (GLAF30141)

Modern Islamic Thought (KSGA20600)

Africana Studies

Introduction to Africana Studies (AFST20082)

American Studies

Buddhism in America (AMST30133)

The Ideas that Made America (AMST30177)

Native American Literature (AMST30141)


Catholic Anthropologists (ANTH20377)

Global Cultural Worlds (ANTH20203)

East Asian Languages and Cultures

Chinese Ways of Thought (LLEA 30101)


Introduction to Economics and Catholic Thought (ECON33150)


The Death of God. Atheism in Modern European Culture and Thought (GE23620)


Bodies in European History (HIST30456)

Catholicism Confronts Modernity (HIST30554)

Catholics and U.S. Public Life (HIST33757)

Catholicism and Empire (HIST35557)

Crusades to Ottoman Empire (HIST30341)

The Crusades (HIST30375)

Memory, History, and Violence in the Middle East (HIST30092)

Modern India and Pakistan (HIST30094)

Northern Ireland Troubles (HIST35440)

International Development Studies

Ethical Issues in Humanitarian Practice (30554)

Irish Language and Literature

Travels to Medieval Lands (IRLL30224)

Latino Studies

Introduction to Latino Studies (ILS20701)

Latinos in the Future of America (ILS43501)

Medieval Institute

The World of the Middle Ages (M20001)

Middle Eastern Studies

Formation of the Modern Middle East (MELC20055)

Gendered Bodies in the Islamic Tradition (MELC30023)

Peace Studies

American Hate: White Radicalism, Religion, and Domestic Terror in Contemporary America (IIPS30328)

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict through Films (IIPS40416)

Peace, Ecology, and International Development (IIPS40409)

Social Movements, Conflict, and Peacebuilding (IIPS40807)

Political Science

Religion in American Politics (POLS30028)

Why the Church? (POLS30705)

Romance Languages and Literatures

Images of the Priest in French Culture (LLRO40605)


Sociology of Sexuality (SOC43818)


African Literatures and the Moral Imagination (THEO40634)

The Aksesis of Nonviolence (THEO20643)

Catholic Social Teaching (THEO40613)

Christianity and Judaism (THEO20895)

Comparative Religious Ethics: Buddhist and Christian (THEO40828)

Eastern Churches (THEO20249)

Faith and Science (THEO20896)

Faith, Politics, and Spirituality (THEO20851)

Feminist and Multicultural Theologies (THEO40810)

Fundamental Moral Concepts in CST (THEO20682)

God and Slavery in the Americas (THEO20674)

The Heart’s Desire and Social Change (THEO40632)

Islam and the Abrahamic Faiths (THEO40726)

Islam and Christian Theology (THEO20830)

Meditation: Buddhist and Christian (THEO20708)

Modern Jewish Theology (THEO40729)

Pope Francis and Latin American Theology (THEO40665)

Religion and Literature (THEO40823)

Rich, Poor, and War (THEO20619)

Science, Theology, and Creation (THEO20888)

Spiritualities of Caring (THEO40870)

Theology and Ecology (THEO20626)

Theology, Ethics, and Business (THEO20626)

Theology from the Margins (THEO20808)