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WLURE255Yasaman MunroWinter

RE255 Lecture Notes - Amu Darya, Indus River, Numismatics

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16 Jan 2014
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Hindu o, given by the others, but now has become a self-designation. Part of the british classification system, umbrella term. Initially started as an
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Israel Jacobson, Ethical Monotheism, Talmud

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27 Nov 2013
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Denominations and sects: denominations - groups that accept idea that different people require different forms of same faith, able to recognize shared
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Jewish Ethnic Divisions, Nuremberg Laws, Kristallnacht

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27 Nov 2013
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Samson Raphael Hirsch, Azriel Hildesheimer, Vilna Gaon

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27 Nov 2013
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Very difficult to narrow down what orthodoxy was compared to. Orthodox - ortho - correct, dox - practice. Samson raphael hirsch (1808 - 1888) franfurt-
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Rabbinic Judaism, Halakha, Mishnah

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27 Nov 2013
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Halakhah and modernity: halakhah: entirety of religious law for jews, biblical law, mishnah, Talmud and authoritative rulings, as well as customs terms
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Zvi Hirsch Kalischer, Abraham Isaac Kook, Religious Zionism

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27 Nov 2013
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Conceptual hub, judaism is free to be portable: israel, jerusalem, zion. Memory of the time when israel was whole, at it"s pinnacle, when israel was an
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

Introduction to Judaism - Lecture 17

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5 Nov 2013
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Judaism and modernity: marks period of challenge and opportunity. How should jew engage in secular world: came with significant gains in rights and fre
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Minhag, Baal Shem Tov, Modern Orthodox Judaism

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29 Oct 2013
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Pre-modern era: exhaustion and renewal into late middle ages, continuity with the middle ages. Solidification/codification of the ways of the talmud. C
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Mezuzah, Sabbatai Zevi, Mishnah

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28 Oct 2013
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WLURE374Brent HagermanFall

RE374 Lecture Notes - Critical Inquiry, Tabula Rasa, Vedas

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23 Oct 2013
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Recap: michel foucault - repressive hypothesis : idea that sex was okay then during victorian period, it became repressed. Not necessarily repressed, p
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WLURE374Brent HagermanFall

RE374 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Zoophilia, Bsc Young Boys, Book Of Leviticus

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23 Oct 2013
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Sex for the purposes of conception ( roman catholic) religious values of producing several children (orthodox jew/mormon) religiously sanctioned emphas
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WLURE374Brent HagermanFall

RE374 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Gender Role, Group Marriage, Mary Douglas

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23 Oct 2013
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Buddhism 101: celibacy is only applicable for the monastic, nuns and monks, four noble truths. 1 - all life is suffering (dukkha) Everything is imperma
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Sacramental Bread, Supersessionism, Talmud

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23 Oct 2013
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Today in judaism: 11 cheshvan, 5774. Anniversary of jacob"s wife rachel"s death (gen 35. A day to contemplate life and human frailty and transformation
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Patrilineality, Kaifeng Jews, Minhag

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23 Oct 2013
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Re204 lecture 9 into the middle ages: marked by rabbinic judaism. 1492 - jewish blood, jewish race: people suspicious of jewish converts. Converts to c
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Mikveh, Judaizers, Moses Isserles

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23 Oct 2013
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Reformation and the jews: christian reformation: period of change within christianity, spurred by several key leaders (martin luther) leading to the sp
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Rabbinic Literature, History Of The Jews In Iraq, Shema Yisrael

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23 Oct 2013
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Today in judaism: 27 tishrei, 5774 am, 1 october 331 bce - alexander the great defeats darius iii of persia in battle of. Formation of the talmud 200-6
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Maimonides, Middle Ages, Mellah

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23 Oct 2013
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Today in judaism: 6 cheshvan, 5774 am, 4174 am - loss of alexandria. Appreciate the use and importance of ritual space. Note points of difference/simil
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Mishnah, History Of The Jews In The Ottoman Empire, Romaniote Jews

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23 Oct 2013
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Re204 lecture 13 in christian europe, jews not allowed into craft guilds in islam, jews were a part of the craft guilds, more involved in secular educa
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WLURE207Alexander DammFall

RE207 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Varg Vikernes, Polytheism, Social Science

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10 Oct 2013
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WLURE207Alexander DammFall

RE207 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc, Deism, Comparative Religion

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10 Oct 2013
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Motive, material, method: academic study of anything requires asking why, what and how. What - material, what we consider factual. How - method, how we
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WLURE207Alexander DammFall

RE207 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Themarker, Religious Pluralism

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10 Oct 2013
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WLURE374Brent HagermanFall

RE374 Chapter Notes -Psychological Repression, Sexology, Ananga Ranga

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1 Oct 2013
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Not only offered public frank translation, but had footnotes about esoteric aspects of islamic culture, especially sexual customs. Disintegration of th
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Chapter Notes -Bar Kokhba Revolt, Early Centers Of Christianity, Second Temple Judaism

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30 Sep 2013
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What happened and why: older model thought of judaism as constant and christianity as development which grew out of judaism to become a new religion. R
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WLURE374Brent HagermanFall

RE374 Chapter Notes -Glossary Of Ancient Roman Religion, Mircea Eliade, Kali Yuga

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29 Sep 2013
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Tantra and the history of religions in the twentieth century: indologists and scholars extremely interested in tantra and some saw it as essence of eas
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WLURE374Brent HagermanFall

RE374 Chapter Notes -Shaktism, Jean-Antoine Dubois, Indian Literature

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27 Sep 2013
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The golden age of the vedas and the dark age of kali. Dichotomy between hinduism and indian mind: ancient, pre and uncorrupted golden age, perverse and
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Rabbinic Judaism, Mishnah, Sefer Torah

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26 Sep 2013
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Today in judaism: 22 tishrei, 5774 am & 23tishrei. Shemini atzeret (8th day of the assembly) rain day. Shimchat torah (rejoicing in the law) the comple
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WLURE207Alexander DammFall

RE207 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Aryan Race, Protestant Reformation, Protestantism

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26 Sep 2013
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Religion functions to sustain a society (emile durkheim: glue that keeps society together, allows people to work together and live together, durkheim 1
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WLURE220Chris KlassenFall

RE220 Chapter Notes -Corporatism, Finance Capitalism, Consumerism

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26 Sep 2013
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Spirituality and the re-branding of religion carrette and king. Explosion of interest and literature on mind, body and spirit and personal development
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WLURE207Alexander DammFall

RE207 Chapter Notes -French Revolution

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25 Sep 2013
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Beliefs which are clearly manifested only through the rites (pals 107) Relationship does not come from the fact that they have definite blood connectio
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Chapter Notes -Palestinian Rabbis, History Of The Jews In Iraq, Midrash

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25 Sep 2013
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Almost all modern jewish movements are heirs of the rabbis. 640 ce most of the vast literary production of the rabbis had reached closure. Second templ
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WLURE220Chris KlassenFall

RE220 Lecture Notes - Frankfurt School, Max Horkheimer, Heteronormativity

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25 Sep 2013
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Historical materialism: marxist theory, how we get materials needed to live, is the center of civilization and society. Modes of production the center
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WLURE374Brent HagermanFall

RE374 Lecture Notes - Heteronormativity, Mass Surveillance, Queer Theology

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25 Sep 2013
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WLURE207Alexander DammFall

RE207 Lecture Notes - Industrial Revolution

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25 Sep 2013
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Theories of religion - turning to religion"s functions: preface. First theory - religion functions to exploit people (karl marx: the context to oppress
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Sectarianism, Polemic, Essenes

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25 Sep 2013
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Today in judaism: 20 tishrei, 5774 am. Classical judaism: under greeks and romans marked by greco-roman philosophy, politics and social mores. Strict m
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WLURE220Chris KlassenFall

RE220 Lecture Notes - Christmas Card, Coober Pedy

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19 Sep 2013
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

Intro to Judaism - Lecture 4

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19 Sep 2013
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Today in judaism: 15 tishrei, 5774. Building a sukkot - boxlike hut covered with branches: prayer/ hang out in sukkot, simple things in life life is tr
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Chapter Notes -Jewish Diaspora, Goldplated, Sukkot

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18 Sep 2013
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The jerusalem temple as a ritual center: jerusalem temple as a ritual center, first temple (herod"s temple) One of the largest temple complexes of its
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WLURE220Chris KlassenFall

RE220 Chapter Notes -Fornication, Puritans, The17

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18 Sep 2013
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The sacralization of christmas commerce: relationship that christmas is a christian holy day and secular occasion is paradoxical. Consumer materialism
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Temple Mount, Avodah, Jebusite

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18 Sep 2013
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Tomorrow is erev sukkot (sukkot"s eve: sukkot, the festival of booths, starts on 15 tishrei, and was one of the major pilgrimage festivals. 586 bce - t
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WLURE204Holly PearseFall

RE204 Lecture Notes - Ethnic Group, Minhag, Talmud

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18 Sep 2013
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Yamim nora"im (the day of awe)/ high holy days (ten days of repentance) Rosh hashanah (head of the year = new years) / yom teruah. What do you know abo
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