Unitarian Universalist History 111 (OD)

This is an on demand version of a class that was previously offered in our regular format. There will not be process circles or any instructor interaction for this version of the course and you may proceed through the modules at your own pace and not need to wait for the next one to open. Course materials will remain on the site until the course is retired.

The course covers a basic outline of Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist history, with an emphasis on how understanding our history allows us to be more effective in fulfilling our religious mission.

Rev. Dr. Susan Ritchie is well-published on the topic of Unitarian Universalist history and identity, most recently in the Journal of Unitarian Universalist History, the Journal of Liberal Religion, the Journal of American FolkloreSeasons, the Journal of the Zaytuna Institute for Islamic StudiesEveryday Spiritual Practices, and Religion in Ohio.  Her work has been translated into Hungarian and Turkish. Rev. Ritchie holds a PhD. in Cultural Studies from the Ohio State University and a Masters of Divinity from the Methodist Theological School in Ohio.

Course fee: $15

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