Course Attribute(s): GCPC - Global Citizens Project Course
This course applies categories in the academic study of religion (symbol, ritual,
the divine, the sacred/profane, ethics, etc.) to food and religion. Explores how religion
relates to food–in its production, distribution and consumption dimensions.
This course introduces students to the academic study of religion with a focus on
the relationship between religion and ecology, and the developing subfield of Religious
Studies concerned with this relationship.
REL3192 Agrarianism and the Sacred
Course Attribute(s): TGEH - High Impact Practice
This course exposes students to agrarianism through the lens of Religious Studies
in the context of culture, history, foundational beliefs, current forms and expressions,
and how agrarian ideals may be put into practice in contemporary culture.
REL4936 Selected Topics
Individual investigations with faculty supervision.
Restriction(s): Junior Standing
Previous courses included:
Religion and the Global Food System
Religion and Foodways in American Cultural History