HSHR-4800

   Title   HISTORY OF RELIGION SEMINAR
   Description   SPRING 2017
RELIGION, VIOLENCE, AND PEACEBUILDING
In Spring 2017, the Muilenburg-Koenig History of
Religion Seminar at SFTS turns to the history of
religion and violence and the practice of
peace-building. Led by Christopher Ocker (SFTS)
and Byron Bland (Stanford Center on International
Conflict and Negotiation and the King Institute
of Stanford University), the seminar will study:
theories of conflict and conflict resolution,
select aspects of Jewish-Christian-Muslim and
Catholic-Protestant conflict, conflict and
peace-building in Northern Ireland and
Israel-Palestine, and the church's contributions
to social and racial violence and their
resolution today. The seminar will include
discussions with activists and practitioners.
Plans are underway for students to contribute to
a (required) community workshop and participate
(as observers) in an additional conflict
resolution symposium with leaders working on
particular conflicts right now. Students will
also design and complete a research project
related to some aspect of the semester theme
relevant to their own present or future work. The
seminar may be used to fulfill the Capstone
requirement in the SFTS MDiv curriculum. [Faculty
Consent required; 15 max enrollment]

SPRING 2018
Muilenburg-Koenig History of Religion Seminar.
Topic for Spring 2018 TBA. This advanced
interdisciplinary seminar will include a required
one or two-day workshop with distinguished
visiting scholars. The seminar fulfills the
Capstone requirement in the SFTS M Div program.
[Faculty Consent required; 12 max enrollment]
   Meeting Information   
for 16/SP   
Bldg RoomDaysStart/End Time
SFTSTH07:00PM-10:00PM





* Note: The description above does not necessarily apply to any courses other than the one in the latest term.
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