Course Title:Anthropological Approaches to the Study of Religion, Culture and Society

Course No. SUM17307
Class No. 1
Credit 2
Course Hours 32
Teacher Hiroko Kawanami
Title Senior Lecturer
Venue Room 310 Comprehensive Building, West Campus

The course will enable students to gain access to the history of anthropology and learn from various theoretical ideas that examine religion, culture and society. Students will also be informed of key debates and be encouraged to critically examine issues found in eight key topics; ritual, symbolism, purity and pollution, gender, body, spirit possession, healing, death, and religious practices in the Diaspora by way of attending lectures, reading monographs, discussing ethnographic films, and understanding empirical case studies.

Teaching Language English
Field Sociology
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