Program in Religion and the Arts Courses
Courses taught by Institute faculty are listed. for other degree
courses, consult the Divinity School bulletin.
Iconography of Christian Art. Jaime Lara.
Mexican Art of the Sixteenth Century. Jaime Lara
and Mary Miller.
Music and Theology: Luther, Zwingli,
Calvin, and the Council of Trent. Markus Rathey.
J.S. Bach’s First Year in Leipzig. Markus
Writing Workshop: Spiritual Autobiography. Martha
Contemporary Poetry as Theology. Martha Serpas.
Liturgical Drama and Its Architectural Settings in the
Ages and the Latin New World. Margot Fassler
and Jaime Lara.
The House of the Lord. Jaime Lara.
Ritual, Music, Documentary. Margot Fassler.
Maria/chi and Hispanic Popular Devotion. Lorenzo
Christian Mysticism in Late-Medieval Europe. Lana
Mozart’s Sacred Music. Markus Rathey.
The String Quartet in the First Half
of the 19th Century. Markus Rathey.
Meaning and Music in World Religions. Philip V. Bohlman.
Skills and Vocal Development
for Parish Ministry. Patrick Evans.
of Christian Art. Jaime Lara.
Afterlife: The Apocalypse in Art and Architecture. Jaime Lara.
Beethoven. Markus Rathey.
Liturgy, and Historiography in
Medieval England. Margot E. Fassler.
and Lyric Poetry. Max Harris.
and Incarnation. Max Harris.
and the Congregation. Siobhán Garrigan and Patrick Evans.
Art and Architecture of Conversion and
Evangelism. Jaime Lara.
House of the Lord. Jaime Lara.
Music in the Western Christian Tradition. Margot E. Fassler.
Religious Narrative and Autobiographical Writing.