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(Fall 2014) -- HUM/RELS 155: Pagan Traditions (ONLINE!)

Time: ONLINE, LIVE WEBINARS THURSDAYS 4-5pm. See Syllabus for details.
Location: Online Only, via Canvas.
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Thematic & historical examination of localized religious traditions; e.g., Shamanic, Animistic, Polytheistic, Pantheistic. These traditions will be studied through their arts, music, myths, life patterns, cosmologies and contact between indigenous and universalizing religions.

Extended Course Description & Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Examine indigenous & Pagan religious traditions in diverse cultural & historical contexts, including:
  • Examine the relationship between indigenous & Pagan religions, including:
  • Describe & analyze what Pagan religions can teach us about the study of religion & the nature of 
religions in general

  • Syllabus/Green Sheet

    Course Syllabus posted below.

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