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Syllabi on the Web

This section contains links to online syllabi available for sociology of religion courses at the undergraduate, masters (MA & M.Div.) and doctoral (Ph.D. & D.Min.) levels. If you know of other sociology of religion syllabi on the web, please notify us at links@hartsem.edu.

Nancy Ammerman
, taught at Hartford Seminary, 1997

Courtney Bender, Columbia University, 1999

Dallas Blanchard, Univ. of West Florida, 1997

David Bromley, Virginia Commonwealth University 

Douglas Cowan, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2005

Michael Leming, St. Olaf College, 1999

Carol Ann MacGregor, Rosemont College, 2010

David Otto, Centenary College

Jeanette Reedy Solano, Univ. of Southern Cal., 2000

Christian Smith, Notre Dame, 2002

Jim Spickard, Univ. of Redlands, 1996

Scott Thumma, Hartford Seminary, 2003

Michael Toth, Portland State University, 2006

Steve Warner, Univ. of Illinois-Chicago, 1999

Roman Williams, Boston University, 2009

David Yamane, Wake Forest University, 2010


The Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA) also has a listing of sociology of religion syllabi available at their Teacher Sharing Center

Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture,
Young Scholars in American Religion, Sociology of Religion Syllabi

Lori G. Beaman, University of Lethbridge

Patricia M.Y.Chang, University of Notre Dame

Michael Emerson, Bethel College

Eric K. Gormly, Arizona State University

Conrad Kanagy, Elizabethtown College

William L. MacDonald, Ohio State University at Newark

William Mirola, Marian College

Susanne Monahan, Montana State University

Richard L. Wood, University of New Mexico

Wendy W. Young, University of Florida

American Academy of Religion and Wabash Center Syllabi Project
This collaboration between the Wabash Center and the American Academy of Religion makes available more that 1800 syllabi in a wide variety of courses in religious and theological studies.

Explore their listing of just the sociology of religion syllabi in this collection



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