Fall 2022 Courses

X-listing suggests a treatment of “the Catholic,” in the broadest of senses, in some substantive way, not that Catholicism is the exclusive or primary focus of a course.

Unless they have a CATH course prefix, the following courses are developed within other units across the university and are “x-listed” as Catholic Studies. The program director is responsible for determining the suitability of courses for x-listing, but the instructors of record and their departments/units are responsible for managing the content and operations of the courses themselves. A student may apply an x-listed class to the Catholic Studies minor.

X-listed courses can also be found on MyAccess: select ALL subjects; and under attribute type, find and select “X-List: CATH.” Click “search,” and all x-listed courses should appear.

Course CodeCourse TitleInstructor
Arab Studies
ARST 484Palestine TodayDavis
Art and Art History
ARTH 101Ancient to Medieval ArtTilney
ARTH 102Renaissance to Modern ArtTilney
ARTH 122Art/Architecture of Med/Early Renaissance ItalyOberer
ARTH 228N. Renaissance ArtAcres
ARTH 259Exchange in the Medieval World 
ARTH 366Latin American Art (II)Huezo
ARTH 430GU: Architecture and HistoryRufino
Catholic Studies
CATH 122Global Catholicism – Gateway to Catholic StudiesCollins, D
ENGL 108Chaucer and the Fourteenth CenturyHirsch
GERM 043WitchesWeigert
GOVT 2671Human Rights in IRMcMorrow
GOVT 3824Religion, Ethics, World AffairsChristiansen
HIST 230Europe after RomeNewfield
HIST 232History and Legend in Medieval BritainMoran Cruz
HIST 244The French Empire since 1600Cross
HIST 339The Eternal City: RomeAstarita
HIST 437Film and French RevolutionCollins, J
Jewish Civilization
JCIV 028 / INAF 028US Catholics, Hitler, and HolocaustBrown-Fleming
JCIV 138 / INAF 028Theological Implications of HolocaustSoltes
JCIV 183Interfaith Marriage in Literature and FilmOrr
JCIV 218 / DBST 218Nazi Policy and Practice: DisabilityDesbois
JCIV 254Arguing with God: Bible as LiteratureOrr
MUSC 114Music Culture: The European TraditionDel Donna
PORT 350 AmazoniaSantos
SPAN 241Spain: Literature and Culture (I)Borowitz
SPAN 310Reparation in the ColonyBorowitz
SPAN 336Modern SpainYarza
THEO 070Theologies of Social JusticeWerpehowski
THEO 075Death and Eternal LifePhan
THEO 085Francis, Catholic, Social Thought, and Public LifeDaniels
THEO 098Mystics, Prophets, HereticsCho
THEO 121Catholic Ritual, Spirituality, and JusticeKoester
THEO 140Christian Theology of the AmericasLefebure
THEO 153Irish Theology and SpiritualityIrvin
THEO 171Liberation Theologies in the USAMoon
THEO 174Eros and CaritasFields
THEO 185Religion, Ethics, and International AffairsHollenbach
THEO 197Religion, Politics, and the Common GoodHeck
THEO 247Animal EthicsSteck
THEO 281History of Christian ThoughtLamm
Theater and Performance Studies
TPST-110 / IDST-107Bearing Witness: Jan KarskiNjaka