Religion and Law in Comparative Perspective

HISTORY 3680: Religion and Law in Comparative Perspective

Comparative, interdisciplinary approach to studying religion and law. Drawing on concrete cases, historical studies, and theoretical literature, the course explores how the relationship between religion and law has been configured differently in different liberal democracies, such as the U.S., France, and Israel, and what this might mean for contemporary debates. Team-taught w/ faculty in RelStds. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for RelStds 3680. GE historical study and diversity global studies course. Cross-listed in RelStds.
Credit Hours
3.0

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