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'Great Courses' by Kanopy are series of lectures from renowned professors and institutions. They give excellent overviews of a huge number to topics. The full list can be found here, and below are some religion specific highlights:
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Kūmāré is an enlightened guru from the East who builds a following of disciples in the West. But Kūmāré is not real. He is an American filmmaker named Vikram Gandhi, who has transformed himself into Kūmāré as the centrepiece of a social experiment designed to explore and test one of the world's most sacred taboos.
Concealing his true identity from all he meets, Kumaré forges profound, spiritual connections with real people from all walks of life. At the same time, in the absurdity of living as an entirely different person, Vikram the filmmaker is forced to confront difficult questions about his own identity. At the height of his popularity he reveals his greatest teaching: his true self. A playful yet genuine and insightful look at belief and spirituality, the film crosses a line few have dared to cross, that from illusion comes truth.
Screencast lectures by Dr. Dale Tuggy, for his INDS 120 World Religions - a Fredonia (State College of New York) course surveying the traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and introducing students to the terms and classic theories of Religious Studies.
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Databases with a variety of content types e.g. videos, photographs, sound files:
This online exhibition was curated by the University of Otago's Special Collections staff. The catalyst for this exhibition was the inventory of Middle Eastern and Islamic language materials compiled recently by Dr Majid Daneshgar, former lecturer at Theology and Religion at the University of Otago, now University of Freiburg, Germany. On display are a number of Arabic, Urdu, Persian, and Turkish language books and manuscripts. These books & manuscripts can be seen in person by appointment at Special Collections in the Central Library.