REL 372.001

Theorizing Ancient Religions

R | 3:30 - 5:50

MA 210

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Examines how the ancient Greek world is represented in the present, in museums, social media, scholarly works, etc. and its modern effects, discussing such topics as heritage, tradition, identity formation and nation-states, as they relate to discourses on the ancient Greek past, all in an effort to develop skills for how we study religion and the past. INB

Vaia Touna

Ilya and Homer Thrace
This Course has no required books but PDF readings that will be available through the course's Blackboard site.

Online Readings

Blackboard Other texts will be available through the Blackboard course site.