Anthropology - Fall 2017

Comparative Religion — 3207
ANT 1530 – 3 credits
Jennifer L. Coe

Students will examine cultural expressions of belief in the supernatural, focusing specifically on people's ideas about magic, witchcraft, and religion. This course takes a wide-ranging and cross-cultural approach to studying religious beliefs and behaviors and incorporates "world religions" such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, as well as the "indigenous" religions of Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. Students will have the opportunity to contrast other people's beliefs and practices with their own and develop a deeper understanding of the role of religion in the human experience. Eligibility: ENG 1510; must meet minimum college level reading score: Accuplacer 80+. Master Course Syllabus

North County Center

North County Campus Center 107
Aug 29 – Dec 21 Tue, Thu 10:00 am – 11:15 am