REL 301 Religions of the World
You know you've wanted to learn about the world's religions, and there's never been a better time. Let UPR alumna Athena Kolinski guide you through them using a method that both recognizes the adherents' experiences while also providing a more objective and comparative overview. From Indigenous religions to religions of the future, join us for a stimulating ten weeks of how human beings have made the meanings that matter most to us all over the globe and throughout history.
CUL 305 Short Story Writing
CUL 333 Cinema of Transformation: Movies, Myth, and Meaning
PHI 525 The Wisdom of the East in Popular Film
REL 511 Understanding the Bible
PSY 504 Relational Gestalt
PSY 514 Structure of the Psyche: Jungian Approaches
This course carefully builds an overall picture of the human psyche, unfolding the far-reaching implications of the component parts as they were identified by Jung. Concepts to be discussed will include the limitations of self-knowledge; the difference between the conscious and the unconscious; notions of the collective and personal unconscious; ego, persona, and self; complexes and projections; dynamics and individuation—thereby providing an in-depth understanding of our own and others’ psychological contours.
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