Our one-credit course — REL 360 — is having another movie night. This time we’ll be following the antics of a fast-talking con man who’s on his way to “sell” religion to small towns across America, while combating a few troublesome love affairs along the way.
The screening is open to everyone!
(So feel free to join us even if you’re not in the class!)
- WHAT REL 360 is a one-credit course, offered each semester, that screens four films a year in order to discuss what happens when popular culture and humanities collide.
- WHEN? Oct. 21st @ 6pm.
- WHERE? Manly 207
- WHY? To further your cultural palate! It’s an old but classic film that’s bound to be a great conversation starter, and shed a lot of light on what exactly does happen when the humanities and popular culture collide. Plus, it’ll be fun!
- WHAT ELSE? Anyone can attend! Plus, if you like what you see, you can talk to Professor Bagger (firstname.lastname@example.org) about taking the class next semester–consider it a free peek into the class without paying for the class.
Hope to see you there!