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SOANĀ 265: Religion, Culture, and Society

This course examines and analyzes religious beliefs, meanings, rituals, and organizational patterns from empirical and theoretical perspectives. Students are introduced to the sociological study of religion through its foundational thinkers as well as current theoretical approaches and research in the field. Important contemporary issues and debates examined include secularization, conversion, new religions and religious movements, gender and sexuality, and fundamentalism. Offered periodically in the fall or spring semester. Counts toward American studies major.

American Studies

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...and the Family SOAN 264 Race and Class in American Culture SOAN 265 Religion, Culture...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...Practice SOAN 128 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology SOAN...director approval required) ART 265 African-American Art...

Media Studies

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...Culture and Civilization RUSSN 265 Introduction to Russian...372 The Russian Press SOAN 264 Race and...