Course: RS 362. Race, Power, Religion (3)

Prerequisite: Completion of the lower division writing requirement. This course examines the intersection between race, power, and religion through the lens of colonialism. The main subject of inquiry will be the role that religion plays in the construction of the dominant ideas and politics of race and racial relations in the colonial/post‑colonial social contexts. Particular attention will be paid to ways in which both religion and race (racialized subjects) are “created” and how they inform and shape power relations that constitute colonialism and colonial ideology. (Available for General Education, C2 Humanities.) (WI)

Fall-2024 - Schedule of Classes

RS 362

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