REL 234.001 Women and Religion
This course will examine how certain social phenomena come to be identified as “religion” and “gender,” looking at how these are naturalized and performed within racialized, sexualized, and economic frameworks. We will pay specific attention to US case studies highlighting the intersection of gender, religion, race, and politics. HU
T, R | 12:30-1:45
Dorrough Smith, Leslie
Compromising Positions: Sex Scandals, Politics, and American Christianity
Blackboard Other texts will be available through the Blackboard course site.