RELI 644 - Visions And Visonary Practices: Medieval To Modern

Description
This course examines accounts of visions, comparing medieval and modern visionary techniques and processes and relating visionary writings to cultural and personal contexts. Includes some Christian theology along with other theoretical frameworks, but emphasis on praxis. Graduate work includes 10 additional readings (~200 pp), double the pages to be written, 30 more minutes presentation time. 3.000 Credit hours Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate, Undergraduate Professional, Visiting Graduate, Visiting Undergraduate Schedule Types: Seminar Religion Department
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Spring 2017
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15
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