The American Academy of Religion (AAR) and the Wabash Center are partnering to provide an improved database of syllabi in the field.
We will be collaborating to collect and make available syllabi from various courses across the fields of religious and theological studies. This effort will involve integrating and housing the over 600 syllabi currently available through the AAR Syllabus Project with the over 1200 syllabi contained in the Wabash Center's Internet Guide to Religion. This integration will help facilitate improved syllabi updating features along with the development of a larger, more robust database of syllabi on topics related to theology and religious studies.
Search for Syllabi linked from the Wabash Center Internet Guide
AAR Syllabus Project
We welcome links and pdfs of current syllabi.
All submitted syllabi should have the following items prominently indicated at the top of the syllabus:
- title of the course
- professor's name
- level (undergraduate introductory, undergraduate advanced, or graduate level)
Submit syllabi to:
Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics
Brite Divinity School