- Buddhism (a ‘traditional’ focus)
- Cambodian and Southeast Asia (a ‘regional’ focus)
- Explorations of concepts in Religious Studies and Anthropology (a ‘disciplinary’ focus)
- Introductory classes (‘Asian Religions)
In Spring 2011, I teach two courses.
- RELI294-04 Marx: Religion as Ideology.
- RELI359-01 Religion and Revolution: Case Studies
Expected Offerings for Fall 2011
- RELI 111-01 • Morals, Mind, and Meditation: An Introduction to Theravada Buddhism
- RELI [First-Year Seminar] • Morals, Mind, and Meditation: An Introduction to Theravada Buddhism
- RELI 311-01 • Ritual
Expected Offerings for Spring 2012
- RELI 294-01/ANTH 294-01 • Defense Against the Dark Arts, co-taught with Prof. Ron Barrett
- RELI • Asian Religions in America, part of the Religious Studies course complex “Religions in America
Expected Course Offerings Fall 2012
- RELI/ENV • Ritual and Ecology in Southeast Asia
- RELI 124-01 • Asian Religions
- RELI 111-01 • Morals, Mind, and Meditation: an Introduction to Theravada Buddhism
Expected Course January, 2013
Along with Professor Raymond S. Robertson, I hope and intend to lead a group of Macalester students for a three-week class in Cambodia on Cambodian History, Culture, Religion, and Economic Development.
Expected Course Offerings Spring 2013
I expect to be on sabbatical during this semester