Sex, God and Rock n' Roll Re-Vamping the Sacred (RLST 382.3)

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This course on religion, music, and pop culture will investigate the intimate connections between human musicality and sexuality, and assess their impact on definitions of divinity and the sacred. Theoretical issues include the ideology of sacred/profane dichotomies, musical/sexual taboos, and the politics of gender, race and class as expressed in ritual and liturgy.


6 credit units RLST or WGST or 24 credit units at the university level.


Students with credit for RLST Special Topics Sex, God and Rock n Roll Re-Vamping the Sacred may not take RLST 382 for credit.

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