REL/DIV 3159 Semiotics and Biblical Studies
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A seminar is a community of learners (including the professor), who help each other by supporting each other, by respectfully listening to each others interpretations, by accepting to participate and contribute to each others projects, by helping each other to read the vast literature in our field through the sharing of notes which point to the most significant features of the books, etc. It is expected that each member of the seminar will be familiar with a significant part of the readings, and will help other members with these readings. (In other words, register to be a reporter for the books and approaches that you already know!)
HONOR CODE: Throughout the semester, you are under the Honor Code of Vanderbilt University. All your reports and your paper should represent YOUR OWN work. Identify your sources, including other members of the seminar from whom you gain insights, so as to avoid plagiarism. Sign you work as a pledge of compliance with the Honor Code: a pledge that you wrote it without receiving aid from (or giving aid to) any other person, except as specified in your footnotes and bibliography.