AMS 215 - Diversity Lat Am Religious His

Description
An awareness of the centrality of religion in changing and shaping society in Latin America from the pre-Contact period, through the colonial period, and to the twenty-first century is imperative to understand this region. This course systematically explores the sophisticated and multifaceted religious history of Latin America to develop students' knowledge of the socio-cultural, economic and political role of religion. Some prior knowledge of Latin Aerian, NOrth Amerian, or European religious history is helpful, but no required.
Credits
3
Attributes
Non-Western History Elective, UG Core:Diversity, UG Core:Theology 300 level
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2018
Offered
MTh
Avg. Class Size
5
Avg. Sections
1