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September 7, 2009

September 7, 2009

Sacred Experiences in World Religions
Asian Thought & Global Concerns
Religions of East Asia

Written Assignment Guidelines:
REL 1003 "Interpretation Papers"
REL 3033 Short Topic Paper Guidelines
REL 2037  &   REL/PHL/GBS 3331 "Asian News Analysis"
REL 2037  &   REL/PHL/GBS 3331 "Talking Papers"
REL/PHL/GBS 3331 Website Analysis Paper
REL/PHL/GBS 3331 Research Paper

Assigned Readings:
REL/PHL/GBS 3331 Clifford Geertz, "Thick Description: Toward an Interpretive Theory of Culture"
REL/PHL/GBS 3331 Kao & Copulsky, "The Pledge of Allegiance"
REL/PHL/GBS 3331 Denver Vale Nixon, "The Environmental Resonance of Daoist Moving Meditations"
REL/PHL/GBS 3331 Paul R. Goldin, "Why Daoism is Not Environmentalism"
REL/PHL/GBS 3331 Jung Lee, “Preserving One’s Nature: Primitivist Daoism and Human Rights”
REL/PHL/GBS 3331 Martin King Whyte, "Filial Obligations in Chinese Families"
REL/PHL/GBS 3331 Nancy M. Martin, "Rights, Roles, and Reciprocity in Hindu Dharma"

REL 1003 Daniel L. Pals, "Emile Durkheim: The Social as Sacred"
REL 1003 Kristin Johnston Largen, "Liberation, Salvation, Enlightenment"

REL 2037 Richard King, "Orientalism and the Modern Myth of Hinduism"
REL 2037 Jacob Kinnard, "When Is The Buddha Not The Buddha"

REL 3033 Gil Fronsdal, "Insight Meditation in the United States"
REL 3033 Richard Hughes Seager, "American Buddhism in the Making"

Assigned Video:
Sita Sings the Blues
Religion, Ethics and Social Practice
An Introduction to Easy Meditation
Zazen: A Guide to Sitting
Women in Buddhism
Engaged Buddhism

MLA Style Manual: A Citation Guide

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