A survey of the historical development of the psychology of religion and its conversation with theology, comparative studies, gender studies, sociology, and anthropology. Topics include: mysticism, eroticism, conversion, feminism, psychobiography. Examples drawn from a variety of religious traditions. Readings include: Freud, Jung, Tillich, Erikson, Kristeva, Kakar. 3.000 Credit hours Syllabus Available Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate, Undergraduate Professional, Visiting Graduate, *Visiting Student*, Visiting Undergraduate Schedule Types: Lecture Religion Department Course Attributes: Offered Fall.