This course studies the relationship between state and religion in a historical and contemporary context using Islam and Christianity as discussion points. The course aims to draw similarities between the teachings of Islam and Christianity towards contemporary issues in modern states such as human rights, religion and government, the status of women in society, the economic system, and many more.
Grades are to be based off of weekly reflections, participation in discussion with guest lecturers, and a final paper at the end of the semester.
Two lectures may be missed without losing points, and the facilitators must receive an email beforehand.
Assigned Days: Wednesday
Assigned Start Time: 6:30 PM
Assigned End Time: 8:00 PM
Assigned Building: DWINELLE
Assigned Room Number: 134