RLG308H1: Migration, Religion and City Spaces

Hours: 
24L

Immigrants have transformed cities through religious practices. Explore how transnational migration has affected religious diversity and vitality in metropolitan areas. Through discussion, site visits and analysis, students will examine the ways that immigrants use religion to make home, challenges around the establishment of new religious structures, and policy designed to accommodate new religious practices and communities.

Prerequisite: 

4.0 FCE

Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)