Sharon Coggan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor C/T
Philosophy (RLST director)

Office: Plaza 113

Mailing Address:
Department of Philosophy
P.O. Box 173364
Campus Box 179
Denver, CO 80217-3364

Physical Location:
955 Lawrence St.
Plaza Building, Room M108

Expertise Areas: History of Religions, Psychology of Religion, late antique Greek religion and early Christianity, Asian Religions

Ph.D., Religious Studies, Syracuse University, 1992
M.A., Religious Studies, Stanford University, 1978
M.T.S. (Master of Theological Studies), History of Religion, Harvard University's Divinity School, 1976
B. A., Religion, Philosophy, and French, University of Denver, 1974

Religious Studies Courses Taught:

RLST 1610: Introduction to Religious Studies
RLST 2660: World Religions
RLST 3000: Judaism, Christianity, Islam: Affinity and Difference
RLST 3770: Archaeological Discoveries Relating to the Bible
RLST 3740: Biblical Traditions: New Testament
RLST 3760: Biblical Traditions: Old Testament
RLST 3500: Religions of India
RLST 4460/5460: Death and Concepts of Afterlife
RLST 4360: Freudian and Jungian Perspectives in Dream Analysis
RLST 4160/5160: Mysticism
RLST 4300/5300: Myth and Symbol
RLST 4040/5040: Psychology of Religion
RLST 4000: Religion and Cultural Diversity
RLST 4320: Spirituality in the Modern World

Courses Cross-listed with Philosophy:

PHIL 3666/RLST 3400: Asian Philosophies and Religions
PHIL 3981/RLST 3660: Chinese Philosophy and Culture
PHIL 4470/5470, RLST 4440/5440: Concepts of the Soul
PHIL 4650/5655, RLST 4400/5400: Differing Concepts of God
PHIL 4480/5480, RLST 4480/5480: Perspectives on Good and Evil
PHIL 4600/5600, RLST 4060/5060: Philosophy of Religion

Courses Cross-listed with Other CLAS Departments:

WGST 4420, RLST 4420/5420: Goddess Traditions
ENGL 3530/RLST 4340: The Hero’s Journey
ETST 3630/RLST 3300: Shamanic Traditions