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HIST 7302 Graduate Colloquium: Religion and History (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This colloquium will focus on major theories of religion developed in the twentieth century and the interpretation of those theories in contemporary historical scholarship. The goal of the course will be to present students with key questions and problems involved in the historical study of religion and religious peoples. Readings of classic theorists will be paired with contemporary interpreters. Themes will include the nature of religious experience, religion as culture, and ritual.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Zachary Matus

Prerequisites: Graduate Student Standing

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Last Updated: 02-Feb-17