ANTH 130 - American Religious Diversity:CD
Diversity of American religious experiences from historical and cultural perspectives, including the interaction between globalization, immigration, ethnicity, and culture in American Indian, Western, and Eastern traditions.
Prerequisite Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.
Dual Listed as DIVST 130
Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs)
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Evaluate, analyze, and apply social scientific theories of religion and ethnicity.
- Discuss diverse religious beliefs with peers in classroom.
- Present, in writing and/or orally, results of theoretical analyses, reading, and/or ethnographic research.
- Examine and evaluate the historical impact of colonialism, immigration, politics, racism, economics, and globalization on American religious experiences.
- Compare and contrast the beliefs, growth, development, and success of American Indian, Christian, Jewish, Mormon, Muslim, Baha’i, Hindu, Buddhist, and/or other traditions in the Americas.
- Conduct and reflect upon a service-learning project in partnership with a local religious community, government agency, tribe, or nonprofit.
- Apply knowledge, awareness, and/or skills to identify and analyze issues related to diversity.
- Critically evaluate and responsibly use and cite library and online resources.
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