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Gender in Ancient Christianity and New Testament Introduction

May 10, 2005

Castelli, Elizabeth
Gender in Ancient Christianity and New Testament Introduction

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Professor Castelli is an asset to the Columbia University community and she is one of the many reminders why we are so privledged to be at this institution. She is very knowledgable in a range of different fields such as Early Christianity and Women, Feminist and Gender Studies and expects her students to give 100%. I advise anyone who is not willing to put a 100% effort into any of her classes, to avoid taking a class with professor Castelli, because it will reflect in your grade. She is a tough (but fair)grader but like I said before, if you do the work, show a sincere interest in the topic, and have enough respect to show up to class everyday and participate, you'll appreciate Professor Castelli for the great instructor she is.

Workload:

New Testament Introduction: 2 papers, weekly response papers and a final. Gender and Ancient Christianity: weekly response papers, a presentation, and one final project

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