RLG414H1: Comparing Religions


Few methods have been more foundational to the scholarly study of religion, or more subject to searching criticism, than the practice of comparison. This seminar offers an advanced introduction to comparative method through close study of 4-6 recent works, from ritual studies, philosophy of religion, comparative theology and/or ethnography.

Completion of 14.0 credits, 1.0 credit of which should be in CHC/ SMC/ RLG
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)