ACRS MA Courses, Fall 2019

Advanced Certificate in Religious Studies

AY 2019/20

MA Courses, Fall Term

 

Mandatory

Electives

  • Early Modern Utopias up to the 18th century: Science, Religion, Literature (MA, 2 credits, Gyorgy E. Szonyi)
    Location: Budapest
  • Religious Heritage of the Middle East: Political-Cultural Transformation and Endangered Minorities (MA, 2 credits, Eszter Spat) 
    Location: Budapest
  • Jewish Cultural Heritage (MA, 2 credits, Carsten Wilke)
    Location: Budapest 
  • Schisms and Divisions in Jewish History (MA, 2 credits, Carsten Wilke)
    Location: Vienna
  • Pilgrimage, Pilgrims, and Pilgrims’ Itineraries in the Middle Ages (MA, 2 credits, Gábor Klaniczay, Ines Ivic)
    Location: Vienna
  • Pilgrimage, Pilgrims, and Pilgrims’ Itineraries in the Middle Ages (Tutorial) (MA, 2 credits, Gábor Klaniczay, Ines Ivic)
    Location: Vienna
  • Dealing with the Other: The Pope's Five Pains at the First Council in Lyon (MA, 2 credits, Zsuzsanna Reed)
    Location: Budapest
  • Women in Byzantine Literature (MA, 2 credits, Baukje van den Berg)
    [only the lecture course (2 credits), the tutoral session is not applicable for the ACRS]
    Location: Budapest
  • Philosophy of Religion: The Existence and Nature of God (MA, 2 credits, Howard Robinson)
    Location: Vienna
  • Ancient Philosophy (MA, 2 credits, István Bodnár) 
    Location: Vienna
  • Religion in the Public Sphere (MA, 2 credits, Brett Wilson)
    Location: Budapest

For the complete list of classes and applicable language courses, please see the attachment provided below.