Abraham Reflections: the Interfaith Fellows' Journal
Abrahamic Reflections is an annual production of the Lubar Interfaith Student Fellows. It provides those students with an opportunity to reflect upon their interfaith experiences, often in conjunction with observations on the Institute's events and programs over the course of their service. Read the 2015 Journal as a PDF file here.
The Lubar List: 96 UW–Madison Fall 2015 courses which include a component of religion, spirituality, or mythology
Many instructors at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, understanding how people have considered religion to be a significant motivator in decision-making, have developed their course to explore how these belief systems affect our world.
Some courses’ content is entirely devoted to the in-depth study of religion itself; other courses just touch upon religion as one of many factors related to their topic area.
Together, this list of courses for the coming semester gives us a sense of how broadly—across more than 40 departments and programs—the study of religion and spirituality is integrated into this campus’s academics. That is the goal of the Lubar List: to simply appreciate the value of religious literacy in preparing for life in the global community after college.
If this sampling has caught your interest, take a moment to view the PDF which lists course title, description, class time, breadth category, and more. Please talk to your advisor about whether any of these courses are the right fit for your academic path.
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ON WISCONSIN on the Lubar Institute
The Lubar Institute was featured in On Wisconsin (Winter 2013), the alumni magazine for the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Read the complete article online at the On Wisconsin web site or download the five-page PDF here.
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