HUM 118 Religion In American Culture
Investigates the various ways in which religion and American culture interact. It begins with the religion of Native Americans, which existed in a pre-modern society where religion went unchallenged as the preeminent organizing principle, to our post-modern era, where religion competes with a multiplicity of other belief systems in a complex societal matrix. This course pays close attention to the sundry ways in which religion and American culture interface.
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