Asian Religions (RLST 111.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
RLST 111 02 January 2017 George Keyworth (primary instructor)
 
RLST 111 01 September 2016 George Keyworth (primary instructor)
 
RLST 111 02 January 2016 George Keyworth (primary instructor)

Description

Main concepts, beliefs and practices in Asian religious societies are the subjects of this course. The course includes an overview of and consistent integration with academic approaches to the study of religion. The course covers beliefs and practices of religions in South Asia namely Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism and Buddhism. The second half of the course examines religions and cultures in East Asia. These include Daoism and Confucianism in China and Korea, Shinto in Japan, and Buddhism in East Asia. The course concludes with an investigation of religion in contemporary world, specifically Asian religions in the United States and Canada.

Note

Students with credit for RLST 110.6 may not take RLST 111 for credit.

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