ANTH366-01C The Anthropology of Religion (with James S Pasto)
A comparative study of religion, including belief systems, social functions, ritual processes. Religions of a variety of cultures are considered, and some emphasis is given to the development of modern anthropological theories of religion and on current methods of analysis and interpretation.
Prerequisite(s): ANTH 100 or 103 or 106
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