Spring Seminar

Graduate Seminar, Spring 2015

Monday, 7:00 - 9:50 p.m.
January 19, 2015 – April 27, 2015

MLS 546 Religion: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Religion has been a cultural universal in the past, and remains a constant in our current societies. Some of the questions that this cross-disciplinary seminar explores are as follows: What is religion? How does it interact with other facets of our psychological, sociological, and cultural life? What was its role in different societies? What is its future? We shall look at religion from the perspectives of theologians, philosophers, psychologists and social scientists, and literature and the arts.

Professor Carla Arnell (English)
Professor Benjamin Zeller (Religion)