Why should we care about Confucius? Explore ancient Chinese philosophy, ethics, and political theory to challenge your assumptions of what it means to be happy, live a meaningful life, and change the world.
In this course, we focus on religious literacy in the professions of journalism, education, and humanitarian action, but the frameworks that are learned are applicable in other professional arenas as well.
This course examines the First World War not only as a European conflict, but as a truly global one. Students explore the origins, course, and legacies of the war and the impact it had on politics and societies around the world.
This course focuses on the concept of enlightenment in south and central Asian traditions, such as Buddhism and contemplative Hindu beliefs, as well as Western psychological views within transpersonal and humanistic approaches.
This course examines the Sikh scripture from a doctrinal and historical perspective by providing an overview of Sikh teachings as well as the historical context within which the scripture evolved and became canonized.