Harland’s Courses

Honouring the Gods in the Greco-Roman World (aka “Greek and Roman Religion” HUMA 3105; 2019-20; version C)

Origins of Christianity, part 2 – Jesus Adherents as Minorities in the Diaspora (HUMA 3422; version B; Winter 2019)

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Origins of Christianity, part 1 – Pauline Communities and Issues of Ethnicity (aka “Interpreting the New Testament; HUMA 3421; version B; Fall 2019)

Visions of the End:  Apocalypticism and Responses to Power (HUMA 4819; 3 credit version B; Fall 2019)

A Cultural History of Satan: Evil Personified in Early Judean Culture and in Christianity (HUMA 3795; Winter 2019)

Diversity in Early Christianity (I-II CE) (HUMA 4825; 2015-16)

Greek and Roman Religion: Honouring the Gods (HUMA 3105; 2017-18; version B)

The Conflict of Religions in the Roman Empire: Case Studies on Judeans and a Judean Movement (HIST 5025; grad course, Winter 2018)

Interpreting the New Testament, part 1 – Paul and His Communities (HUMA 3421; Fall 2017)

Founders of Christianity: Introduction to Early Christian Writings (version A; 2015-16)

Diversity in Early Christianity (I-II CE) (2015-16)

Greek and Roman Religion: Honouring the Gods (HUMA 3105; 2014-2015; version B)

The Ancient Greek and Roman Novel (HUMA 4107; 2014-2015)

The Conflict of Religions in the Roman Empire: Case Studies on Judeans and a Judean Movement (HIST 5025; grad course, Fall 2014)

Founders of Christianity: Introduction to Early Christian Writings (version A; 2013-2014)

Visions of the End: Early Jewish and Christian Apocalypticism (3 credit version; Winter 2014)

Greek and Roman Religion: Honouring the Gods (HUMA 3105; 2012-2013; full-year undergrad; version B)

The Conflict of Religions in the Roman Empire: Case Studies on Judeans and a Judean Movement (HIST 5025; graduate course, Winter 2012)

A Cultural History of Satan: Evil Personified in Early Judaism and in Christianity (HUMA 3795; Winter 2011)

Greek and Roman Religion: Honouring the Gods (HUMA 3105; 2010-2011; full-year undergrad; version A)

Visions of the End: Early Jewish and Christian Apocalypticism (HUMA 4819; 2010-2011; 6 credit full-year version)

Honouring the Gods in the Ancient Mediterranean: A Regional Study of Asia Minor (graduate course; Winter 2009)

Founders of Christianity: Introduction to Early Christian Writings (version B; 2008-2009)

Diversity in Early Christianity (I-II CE) (2007-2008)

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Pre-York University Courses Taught:

  • Biblical Studies II: Christian Origins (Winter 2006)
  • Social and Cultural History of Christianity (a.k.a. Mystics, Heretics, and Reformers) (Fall 2005)
  • On the Margins of Christianity: Heresy, Dissidence, and the End of the World (Winter 2005)
  • Diversity in Early Christianity: New Testament Apocrypha and “Gnostic” Writings (graduate course; Fall 2005)
  • Paul of Tarsus and His Communities (graduate course; Fall 2004)
  • Roots of Western Religions: Ancient Near East (Mesopotamia) (Fall 2003)
  • Apocalypticism in Early Judaism and in Christianity (graduate course; Fall 2003)
  • Diversity in Early Christianity: Asia Minor (graduate course; Fall 2002)
  • Women and Religion: Christianity (Winter 2002)
  • Mystery Religions in the Ancient Mediterranean (Fall 2002)
  • The Jewish World in New Testament Times (Winter 2001)
  • The Christian Religious Tradition (2000-01)

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