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A 2009 course by John Huddleston at the College of Charleston.

A 2011 course by Wakoh Shannon Hickey at Alfred University.

A Summer 2015 course by Philippa Meek

A 2013 course by Jack Hawley at Columbia University.

A 2009 course by Andrew Aghapour at the College of Charleston.

A 2010 course by Barry Sang at Catawba College.

A 2012 course by Frank Burch Brown at Christian Theological Seminary.

A 2011 course by Don Pittman at Phillips Theological Seminary.

A 1999 course by Dale Cannon at Western Oregon University.

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A 2010 course by Jim Watts at Syracuse University.

A 2002 course by Franz Metcalf at California State University, Los Angeles.

A 1999 course by Michael Fuller at St. Louis Community College.

A 2002 course by Celia Marshall at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.

A 2002 course by Jeffrey Richey at Berea College.

A 2001 course by Annette Yoshiko Reed at Rutgers University.

A 1999 course by Philip Arnold at Syracuse University.

A 1998 course by Ann Gold and Richard Pilgrim at Syracuse University.

A 2013 course by Stuart Squires at Brescia University

A 2002 course by Andrew Fort at Texas Christian University.

A 2002 course by Jeffrey Wattles at Kent State University.

A 2002 course by Jeffrey Carlson at DePaul University.

A 1998 course by Betsy Bauman-Martin at the University of California Riverside.

A course by Thomas Peterson at Alfred University.

A 1999 course by Daniel Breslauer at the University of Kansas.

A 2001 course by Jeff Robbins at Cayuga Community College.

A course by Daniel Madden at Barry University.

A 2000 course by Diana Eck at Harvard University.

A 1997 course by Dale Cannon at Western Oregon University.

A 2003 course by Amir Hussain at California State University, Northridge.

A 1998 course by Eliezer Segal at the University of Calgary.

A course by Mark Heim at Andover Newton Theological School.

A course by Jennifer Schuberth at Portland State University.

A 2002 course by Tim Lubin at Washington and Lee University.

A 2012 course by Mark Unno at the University of Oregon.

A course by Michael Zank at Boston University.

A 2004 course by Tyler Roberts at Grinnell College.

A course by Gisela Webb at Seton Hall University.

A 2005 course by Catherine Murphy at Santa Clara University.

A course by Miriam Dean-Otting at Kenyon College.

A 2006 course by Adam Porter at Illinois College.

A course by Stephen Shoemaker at the University of Oregon.

A course by Grant Fleming at Regis University.

A course by Grant Fleming at Regis University.

A 1998 course by Jim Dalton at Siena College.

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A 2012 course by Dan Hinman-Smith at North Island College.

A 2013 course by Kelley Rowan at Florida International University.

A course by Peter McCourt at Virginia Commonwealth University.

A course by Margaret Cormack at College of Charleston.

A course by June McDaniel at the College of Charleston.

A 2007 course by Mathew Schmalz at College of the Holy Cross.

A course by Catherine Wessinger at Loyola University New Orleans.

A 2010 course by Kenneth Atkinson at the University of Northern Iowa.

A course by Brian Hoffert at North Central College.

A course by William Mountcastle at the University of Western Florida.

A 2011 course by Terry Muck at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

A 2012 course by Cristina Richie at Marian Court College.

A 2010 course by Cristina Richie at Newbury College.

A 2013 course by Yanchao Zhang and Sarah Werner at the University of Florida.

A 2013 course by Travis Smith at the University of Florida.

A 2014 course by Erik Larson at Florida International University.

A 2011 course by Daniel Alvarez at Florida International University.

A 2016 course by Steven Weitzman at the University of Pennsylvania. "The aim of this course is to help graduate students in Religious Studies and related fields prepare for their careers as educators."