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Tim Lubin    Courses 

    Winter 2018

Rel. 131: Buddhism
Skt. 102: Elementary Sanskrit II

    Fall 2018

Rel. 220: Whose Law? Pluralism, Conflict, and Justice   >>   Links for Students of Comparative Legal History
Skt. 101: Elementary Sanskrit I  >>  Sanskrit at W&L: An Overview

     Spring 2019

Rel. 246 / Econ. 246: Caste at the Intersection of Economy, Religion, and Law (with Prof. Shikha Silwal) - in Nepal

    Courses taught in other years  

Rel. 103: Introduction to Asian Religion
Rel. 132: God and Goddess in Hinduism
Rel. 210: Approaches to the Study of Religion

Rel. 216: Sainthood in Four Traditions

Rel. 222 / Law 355: Law and Religion 
Rel. 225: Magic, Science, and Religion
Rel. 231: Yogis, Monks, and Mystics in India
Rel. 333: Meditation and Self-Knowledge
Rel. 335 / Law 314: Hindu Law in Theory and Practice  >>  Links for Students of Comparative Legal History

Rel. 340: (Topics in Asian Religions) Banaras: Life and Death in a Holy City
Rel. 340: (Topics in Asian Religions) Religion, Community, and Conflict in South Asia

Skt. 201202: Intermediate Sanskrit   >>   2013 staging of the Matta-vilāsa-prahasanam of Mahendra-Varman  
Skt. 301: Advanced Readings in Sanskrit