AnthropologyANTH210R Religion in American Politics and Culture

Introduces dominant discourses about major American religions and their role in public life with particular attention to intersecting differences, such as race, sex/gender, and disability and to shifting religious/political boundaries. Visual and textual media, political commentary, and popular ethnographies are analyzed.

Requirements

Enrollment restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Instructor

D. Rutherford