RLG453H1: Christianity and Judaism in Colonial Context

Hours: 
24S

Sets the study of early Christianity and Second Temple Judaism into relation with postcolonial historiography. Topics include hybridity, armed resistance, the intersection of gender and colonization, diaspora, acculturation, and the production of subaltern forms of knowledge. Comparative material and theories of comparison are also treated.

Prerequisite: 

Permission of instructor

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