As academic social scientists interested in religion and politics we at religioninpublic are also interested in promoting teaching resources. We and others have used RiP blog posts in our classrooms, but that’s not the end of our interest. So, we opened up a data collection effort about teaching religion and politics that allows professors to share their syllabi with us. If you would like to contribute to this project, feel free to click through and tell us about your class and share the syllabus if you like (email Paul Djupe if you do so he can grab the results).
Below you will find the syllabi that have arrived sorted by undergraduate and graduate levels.
University of North Texas
|PSCI 5050.001 – Seminar on Religion and Politics (2018)|
Politics & Global Studies
Arizona State University
|POS 6523 – Religion and Politics (2016)|
University of Notre Dame
|Political Science 60029 – Religion and Politics in the US (2015)|
|Thomas J. Altmeppen
University of Münster
|Seminar on Politics and Religion Normative Challenges and Empirical Puzzles (2017)|