Theodore Louis Trost

Thursdays 2-3:15  pm & by appointment

 

REL 355.001 Rhetoric of Religious Conviction

Can one person’s “talk” change the course of history? Or do great cultural forces simply allow for moments when certain individuals can be heard? These kinds of questions will guide our study of Dorothy Day, an activist in the Catholic Worker Movement; Muslim minister and civil rights activist, Malcolm X; and Martin Luther King, Jr., a Protestant minister and civil rights activist. W

W | 3:30-5:50

MA 210

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