Religion in Popular Culture – also Sections in 911 and 920
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Instead of assuming that religion is a distinct aspect of the human, one that interacts only with elements of elite or high culture, this online course examines the ways that the beliefs and behaviors that we commonly classify as religious are a part of everyday culture—in particular, the ways that they are produced by and in turn influence popular culture. HU
Open to Main Campus and Distance Learners
This course is offered online.
Nathan R. B. Loewen
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