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|ANTH 312 - Place, Ritual and Belief|
An upper-division seminar designed to enhance students' research skills and engage students in thoughtful examination of the relationship between religious beliefs and practices, and natural environments. While including the major religious traditions, the course will focus on indigenous, historic and prehistoric traditions within band, tribe, chiefdom and state societies. The course will focus on religious syncretism due to historical conquest or latter 20th century globalization as it impacts human-historical conenvironmental relationships.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar
Social Sciences Division
ES--Humanities/Social Sciences, ES--Religion and Values, Environmental Studies
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