For the academic school year of 2008-2009, H.D. Goswami taught as a visiting professor through the Center for Hindu Traditions (CHiTra) in the Religious Studies Department at the University of Florida in Gainesville.

01 – Introduction
02 – Karma, Cosmology, & Theodicy
03 – Dharma, Social Order, Purity & Pollution
04 – The Indo-European Issue & Vedic Religion
05 – Jaina Dharma
06 – Buddha: Life & Teachings
07 – Buddhism: Karma, Cosmos, Sangha & Mahayana
08 – Buddhist Philosophy
09 – Hindu Response to Buddhism: Purva Mimamsa
10 – Vedanta: Upanishads
11 – Vedanta: Brahma-sutras, Advaita
12 – Vedanta: Brahma-sutras: Ramanuja, Madhva
13 – Ramayana: personalism, avatara
14 – Ramayana
15 – Mahabharata: cosmic struggle
16 – Mahabharata: earthly struggle
17 – Bhagavad Gita within Mahabharata
18 – Bhagavad Gita: chapters 3-6
19 – Bhagavad Gita: chapters 7-10 – Part 1
19 – Bhagavad Gita: chapters 7-10 – Part 2
20 – Bhagavad Gita: chapters 11-14
21 – Bhagavad Gita: chapters 15-18
22 – Dharma and the Individual
23 – Yoga
24 – Hindu Deities and the Puranas
25 – The Bhagavata Purana: Trans-historicity
26 – Hindu Worship & Tantra
27 – Islam in India I
28 – Islam in India II
29 – Shaivism, Vaishnavism, and Shaktism
30 – Early Sikh History
31 – Later Sikh History
32 – Medieval Bhakti: Mirabai & Caitanya
33 – Bheda-Abheda & Rasa
34 – First European Contacts
35 – 19th c. Indian Reaction to Europe
36 – 20th c. Indian Reaction to Europe
37 – Hinduism and the West
38 -Hare Krishna
39 -Hinduism & Ecology