Selected Items Select an item by clicking its checkbox https://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/selected-resources/?post_ids= Actions for selected results: View selected items Copy link to selected items Clear selected items Syllabus Collection Nearly 1000 syllabi in a wide variety of courses in religious and theological studies. Search Tips Browse Topics Send comments or syllabi to: (email@example.com) Also of Interest Scholarship on Teaching The Wabash Center’s Journal On Teaching Book Reviews Blogs Latest Blog Posts Making the Diverse Syllabus Real: Applying Embodiment Strategies to Authors - We were halfway through the first day of class when a student started viciously criticizing a TED talk I had just shown. It wasn’t hard to determine where the student’s […] Thoughts About Teaching Toward (first of two thoughts) - #1 It is not enough to teach against injustice in its myriad forms of racism, sexism, islamophobia, homophobia, patriarchy, classism, ableism, antisemitism, white supremacy, etc. It is not enough to […] Select an item by clicking its checkbox Mishnah and Tosefta SyllabusTopics: Religion and Faith Traditions > JudaismCourse Level-Format: graduateInstructor: Michael SatlowInstitution: Brown University Annotation: A course by Michael Satlow at Brown University asks about the Mishnah, "Why was it compiled? Who was its intended audience and what was its function? What are its antecedents?"