RLG102H1: Blood, Sex and Drugs


Religion can be understood as a set of aspirations that manages and moralizes the most intimate matters of social life, including sexual intercourse, bodily fluids, and mind altering substances. This course engages fundamental theories of religion to consider an eclectic set of case studies that troubles a clean divide between purity and danger.

RLG101H1 (Introducing Religion: Blood, Sex and Drugs), offered in Winter 2019 and Winter 2020
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)