Modernity of Religion


Emergence and form of "religion" in modernity; religions in the context of multiple modernities; exploring both conceptions of "religion" and "modernity" in broadest formulations including particular understandings of culture, power, self and the cosmos; examines cultural grammars, politics, epistemologies, technologies, histories and self-accounts that mark religion-in-modernity drawing on multiple global experiences. Instructor: Staff
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring