religion and architecture
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A 2008 course by Nasser Rabbat at MIT "introduces the history of Islamic cultures through architecture. Religious, commemorative, and educational structures are surveyed from the beginning of Islam in 7th-century Arabia up to the present."
A course by Margaret Olin at Yale University on "how people have imagined, constructed or enacted space in Jewish life from the period from the nineteenth century until now."
A 2011 course by Louis Nelson at the University of Virginia covers theories of sacred spaces, places of worship, and other "more peripheral assertions of sanctity on space."