REL 505 / LAS 505 */AUD
Studies in the Religions of the Americas - Religion and Church in Mexican History
This course explores important questions in the study of religion and church in Mexican history. Readings will focus on the colonial era but will also include some 19th and 20th century material and some theoretical and interdisciplinary approaches to the study of religion in Mexico. Topics will include: religious conversion; religious institutions and religious practice; clergy and laity; gender and sexuality; race and spiritual status; and local and lived religion. The course is designed to give graduate students a strong beginning foundation in Mexican religion as a primary or comparative teaching and research field.
Sample reading list:
See instructor for complete list
Open to Graduate Students Only.
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