AnthropologyANTH224 Anthropology of Secularism

Examines secularism as a practice of government with a concomitant set of ethics. Topics include: the notion of religion necessary for secularism; forms of moral and political inclusion/exclusion enacted by secular governance; and the kind of ethical subject secularism engenders. (Formerly course 255.)

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Winter