religious thought -- modern
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A 2002 course by Wesley Wildman at Boston University acquaints students "with the most significant western theological movements, figures and problems of the modern period. Attention is paid to non-western theological reflection, especially in the twentieth century, but the main emphasis is on western theology."
A 2020 course by Peter Gottschalk at Weslyan University "endeavors . . .To understand the dynamics of specific Islamic movements;. . . To appreciate the diversity among Muslims and their socio-political contexts; and. . . To critically explore and question the meaning of 'modernity' and consider the possibility of multiple modernities."