ANT386H1: Global Catholicism: Anthropological Approaches

Hours: 
24L

This is a course on material religion and mediation, kingdom and kinship, gender symbolisms and devotions, ecologies of selves and the histories of senses that infuse Catholicism. It challenges us to think about the importance of Catholicism as a global phenomenon expressed through socio-political and cultural practices of the everyday life.   

Prerequisite: 
Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)