Joanne M. Pierce, Ph.D.
Courses : Master List
College of the Holy Cross
MONT 102D: Concepts of Death (Fall 2008); [will be offered Fall 2009 as MONT 100D]
MONT 103D: Concepts of Afterlife (Spring 2009) [will be offered Spring 2010 as MONT 101D]
Regular Course Offerings
Occasional Course Offerings
RELS 219: Women in Christian History
First Year Program Course Offerings
Academic Year 2004-2005
FYPR 009: Christian Perspectives on Suffering 1: Attempting to Understand (Fall 2004)
Academic Year 1998-1999
College Honors Seminar
HNRS 395: Purity and Filth (Spring 2008)
Special Course Offerings
Blood and Miracles in Christian Tradition
History and Theology of the Priesthood
Theological Themes in Contemporary Film
Women in Christian History
Honors Theses: As Director:
Eileen Paquette, "From Pagans to Priests: Celtic and Pre-Christian Themes in Christian Spirituality as Expressed in the Traditions of Saints Patrick, Columba and Brigid." Spring 2008.
Kristin Heimsath, “Sanctus: The Formation and Evolution of Early Christian Worship Spaces.” Spring 2006 .
Eric Studt, "A Philosophical Perspective on the Symbolic Nature of Music in the Liturgy." (Director: Prof. Jeffery Bloechl). Spring 2004.
Kristin Zampell, "Roman Dining Ritual and the Christian Response." (Director: Prof. Ellen Perry). Spring 2002.
Department of History, Honors Program
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Nathan Jean, "Origin and Justification of the Knights Templar." Spring 2003.
Douglas Taggart. "An Exploration into the Theology of Grace in Augustine and Aquinas." Spring 2003.
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