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Queen's University

Elective Courses Offered 2015-16

RELS-808 Readings in Religion I

Politics, Sex and Religion
3 units, Fall Term
Day/Time:  Thursday, 9:30-11:30
Pamela Dickey Young

RELS-885 Religious Fundamentalism

Explores theoretical aspects of religious fundamentalisms as a response to modernity, as well as specific case studies.
3 units, Fall Term
Day/Time:  Thursday, 2:30-4:30
Forough Jahanbakhsh

RELS-886 Religion, Nature and Technology

Examines the connections between the secularization of religion, the disenchantment of nature, and the rise of technology in the modern period.
3 units, Winter Term
Day/Time:  Thursday, 9:30-11:30
Tracy Trothen

RELS-887 Problems in Ancient Mediterranean Religions

An interdisciplinary study of the religions and mythical traditions of Mediterranean and Near Eastern cultures from the Bronze Age to Late Antiquity.  Topics will vary according to instructor.  The course will have special regard for, but not be limited to, the Levant, and the Greek and Roman world.
3 units, Winter Term
Day/Time:  Wednesday, 11:30-13:30
Fabio Colivicchi (Department of Classics)

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