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GSHU 199.01 Spiritual Autobiography (Lisa Smith): Home
This class will examine some of the ways individuals process and share their experiences with God by studying spiritual autobiographies that span time, gender, and class.
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An index of journal articles, books, and dissertations, the electronic version of the Bibliography dates back to the 1920s and contains over 2.5 million citations from more than 5,000 journals and series and 1,200 book publishers. Coverage is international and subjects include literature, language and linguistics, folklore, literary theory and criticism, dramatic arts, as well as the historical aspects of printing and publishing.
In addition, The MLA Directory of Periodicals and the association's proprietary thesaurus used to assign descriptors to each record in the Bibliography are included.
Provides access to 632,100 article citations from more than 1,650 journals (518 currently indexed), more than 260,200 essay citations from over 16,700 multi-author works, more than 575,400 book review citations, essays, ministry reports and a growing number of multimedia citations. Full text for more than 442,300 articles & reviews. Includes major theology and religious journals reflecting all major faiths, denominations and language groups. Beginning in 1949 although indexing for some journal titles extends back into the nineteenth century.
The database is produced by the American Theological Library Association.
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The First-Year Seminar orients first-year students to the university. In this course, students will engage academically with spiritual autobiographies, examining how individuals process and share spiritual experiences. Christianity will be emphasized, but other religions will be represented and our own spiritual experiences will be discussed. University services will be presented by speakers.