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REL 504.001 History of the Study of Religion
This graduate seminar surveys the origins, objects of study, and pivotal thinkers that scholars highlight when outlining Religious Studies. By course end, each student will narrate the study of religion in light of their own research interests. To enroll you must obtain a permit from the main office.
T | 1:30 - 3:20
Hughes, Aaron W.
Theory in a Time of Excess: Beyond Reflection and Explanation in Religious Studies
The Invention of World Religions: or How European Universalism was Preserved in the Language of Pluralism
University of Chicago, 2005
Comparative Religion: A History