Instructor Info:
Name: KEDDIE, GEORGE ANTHONY
Office Telephone: (604) 822-2889
Email: anthony.keddie@ubc.ca
Taught Sections:
Status Section Activity Term Interval Days Start Time End Time Section Comments
 RELG 101 002Lecture2 Mon Wed13:0014:00

Students who have received credit for RELG 100 may not receive credit also for RELG 101.

If this course is blocked or full, please register in the wait list. Students will be moved from the wait list into the main course in order of registration as spaces open up.

 RELG 101 L2ADiscussion2 Fri13:0014:00
 RELG 101 L2BDiscussion2 Fri13:0014:00
 RELG 101 L2CDiscussion2 Fri14:0015:00
 RELG 317 001Lecture1 Tue Thu11:0012:30

If this course is full or blocked, please register in the Wait List. Students will be transferred from the wait list in order of registration as spaces open up.

 RELG 317 WL1Waiting List1 Tue Thu11:0012:30

Wait List for RELG 317-001. Students will be moved from the Wait List into the main course on a first come first served basis as spots open up.

BlockedRELG 475A 001Seminar2 Tue Thu11:0012:30

Apocalypse and Empire. The origins of apocalypticism in the clash between subjected peoples and foreign empires in antiquity especially, but not only, between Jews and Christians and the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman empires. Cross-listed with RELG 500A. Visit cnrs.ubc.ca for complete course description.

If this course is full or blocked, please register in the Wait List. Students will be transferred from the wait list in order of registration as spaces open up.

 RELG 475A WL1Waiting List2 Tue Thu11:0012:30

Wait List for RELG 475A-001. Students will be moved from the Wait List into the main course on a first come first served basis as spots open up.

BlockedRELG 500A 001Seminar2 Tue Thu11:0012:30

Apocalypse and Empire. The origins of apocalypticism in the clash between subjected peoples and foreign empires in antiquity especially, but not only, between Jews and Christians and the Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman empires. Cross-listed with RELG 475A. Visit cnrs.ubc.ca for complete course description.

Please email cners.advising@ubc.ca if this course is full and you would like to register.

 RELG 503A 001Seminar1 Tue14:0017:00

Christianizing Egypt. The emergence and development of Christianity in Egypt from the first century CE to the rise of Islam. Gnosticism and Magic; Daily Life and Persecution in Oxyrhynchus; Temples, Churches, and Saints' Shrines; and, Monasticism. Focus on documentary sources (papyri) and archaeology (mainly art and material culture), complemented by a selection of literary sources. Theretical focus on religious synthesis with a special emphasis on questions of agency and cultural change. Visit cnrs.ubc.ca for complete course description.