REL 101(F,S) Introduction to Religion

As an examination of the structure and dynamics of certain aspects of religious thought, action, and sensibility-employing psychological, sociological, anthropological, and philosophical modes of inquiry-the course offers a general exposure to basic methodological issues in the study of religion, and includes consideration of several cross-cultural types of religious expression in non-literate and literate societies. Format: lecture/discussion. Requirements: a midterm paper and a final exam. Enrollment limit: 25 (expected: 15-25).

Hour: First Semester: DARROW, FOX, SHUCK Second Semester: FOX, SHUCK