AP/HUMA 3804 3.00
Theories in the Study Of Religion
Introduces students to the foundational theorists and key questions in the history of the academic study of religion. This course examines the lenses through which we view religion, that is, how differing theoretical models shape our understanding of religion as a human phenomenon. Starting with Marx, Durkheim and Weber, the course explores a variety of theoretical models and contemporary debates. Open to: Religious Studies Majors and Minors only.