The course blog for Religion 239, Sufism, hosted course materials, a reading schedule, student recitations, discussions, and annotations on images.
The course blog for Religion 333, Interpreting the Qur’an: Text, Context, and Materiality, hosted course materials, a reading schedule, student recitations, discussions, and annotations on images.
This course explores the dynamics of religion, gender, and power in American religious history, with case studies of women in a variety of traditions. Student's final digital history project (e.g. podcast, online museum exhibition, Wikipedia page, digital oral history, audio walking tour, digitized primary source) contribute to a collaborative digital exhibition.
The Princeton University Sefer Hasidim Database (PUSHD) includes fourteen manuscripts containing different versions of Sefer Hasidim and its fragments. http://etc.princeton.edu/sefer_hasidim