JSIS C 490C | Jackson School of International Studies | University of Washington
Special Topics in Comparative Religion: “Trans-Pacific Christianities”
Winter 2015 | MW 1:30 – 3:30 | 5 credits | Dr. Justin Tse | email@example.com
As the title suggests, this course is a special topics class in comparative religion. There is a series of literary, historical, sociological, and even theological readings that I consider to be representative of a “special topic,” which I am calling “trans-Pacific Christianities.” We will work together to figure out what this topic is about. We will do this in the classroom by talking about the readings that I have assigned. There will be work outside the classroom, too, in a research paper where you write about something you are interested in.