RELS 328 Apocalypse
The primary focus of the course will be the theological perspectives and social functions of apocalypse in select religious traditions. The course will also survey the appropriation of apocalyptic themes throughout history in artistic forms such as art, fiction, and film, with particular attention to our modern times and cultures.
LEARNING HOURS 132 (36L;96P).
The School of Religion is housed on three floors of Theological Hall, one of the oldest buildings on the campus of Queen's University. Our facilities include seminar rooms, lounges, and offices. Our main office is located on the second floor.
Not all the courses listed below will be offered in any given year. Applicants should consult the Department about the courses to be offered. All courses are 3.0 credit units except RELS 898, which is 6.0 credit units.
...POLS 347 /3.0, RELS 227 /3.0...288 /3.0, MUSC 328 /3.0, MUSC...