REL 3152: Race and Religion in the United States
Course Description for Race and Religion in the United States
Race and Religion in the United States
Description: This course is an interdisciplinary theoretical inquiry into ethnicity, race, and religion as constituents of personal and communal identity. While the geographical focus is on North America, the class will explore questions and theories that have applications globally. Depending on the instructor, the course will examine theories pertaining to global migrations, colonial and postcolonial relations, diasporic communities, and religious pluralism.