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May

Semester: On campus: Spring 2015 Abroad: Summer A 2015 Dates: Abroad: May 4 - June 4, 2015 Courses and credits: On campus: IDH 4007 / REL 4937 Spring 2015 (3 credits) Abroad: IDH 4008 / REL 4937 Summer A 2015 (3 credits) For more information: wbauman@fiu.edu

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September

Ivanessa Arostegui, MS Religious Studies College of Arts & Sciences Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs Lecturer She has been an adjunct instructor with FIU’s Department of Religious Studies since 2011.

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The Department of Religious Studies is participating in the Global Learning Medallion program.

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Spring 2016 New Course with Dr. Steven Vose Sacred Image, Sacred Space in Indian Religions

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November

Study abroad in Zanzibar, Tanzania 2016: The Presence of Islam in the Swahili Coast of East Africa On Campus: June 27, 2016 thru July 3, 2016 Abroad: July 4 thru August 3, 2016 Undergraduate (6 credits): SWA 1196 - Intro to Swahili REL 3362 - Islam in East Africa Graduate Courses (6 credits) RLG 5937 - Islam in East Africa AFA 6905 - Swahili Language and Culture

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This hands-on course will explore concepts of social justice within faith traditions and students will have the opportunity to meet local social justice leaders and work on a project of their own, either on campus or with a local organization.

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Faith in Social Justice (REL 4937 U01)

This hands-on course will explore concepts of social justice within faith traditions and students will have the opportunity to meet local social justice leaders and work on a project of their own, either on campus or with a local organization.

Oren Baruch Stier by UA Streaming Services Watch UA Streaming Services's Oren Baruch Stier on Livestream.com. The Holocaust has bequeathed to contemporary society a cultural lexicon of intensely powerful symbols, a vocabulary of remembrance that we draw on to comprehend the otherwise incomprehensible horror of the Shoah...

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