Social Theory Foundations
W | 3:30-5:50
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This graduate seminar introduces students to terms and ideas from social theory and their relevance to the academic study of religion. Throughout the course, students will apply theories to analyze examples relevant in Religious Studies, both ancient and modern.
- Office hours:
Thursdays 9-10 am PRH 315A and by appointment.
Email for an in-person appointment or a Zoom meeting if another time is needed.
- (205) 348-5271
Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison
Vintage Books, 1995
Giving an Account of Oneself
Fordham University Press, 2005
New Press, 1999
Fields, Karen E., and Barbara J. Fields
Racecraft: The Soul of Inequality in American Life
Blackboard Other texts will be available through the Blackboard course site.