Learn about the vital role women have played as artists in Western society from the beginning of recorded history. Analyze the artist and her work as a distinct product of her specific time, and as an exploration of the wide-ranging media she used from clay and plant matter to embroidery, ceramics, oil paint and digital media.
This course introduces students to the academic discipline of Theology. In addition to providing an overview of Christian teachings from a Roman Catholic perspective, it engages students in the processes of theological reflection, discourse and research.
A study of the person of Christ as presented in Scripture and in theological writings of the past and present. Special attention is given to the theology of salvation.
A study of the sources and formation of the Gospel tradition: form criticism, distinctive literary structures and theologies of the four Gospels.
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