Comparative Religion and Society
Provides an introduction to social theories of religion. An empirical approach to the study of religion, which constructs theories and arguments about its social forms and significance through the collection and analysis of data. Global case studies will be used to consider the power of religion both as a force for social cohesion as well as disruption and social change.
For full course information see the Digital Course Outline for THEOREL 321.
Digital Course Outlines are refreshed in November for the following year. Digital Course Outlines for courses to be offered for the first time may be published slightly later.
Not offered in 2023; planned for 2024
Lecturer(s) Professor Mark R. Mullins
THEOREL 321: 15 points
30 points at stage II from the BA schedule