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HNR 261 - Alliance and Conflict: World Construction in Religion and Society

This course focuses on post 16th-century trends, conservative and liberal, in monotheism as well as other religious influences on social-political intergroup relations (tolerance and intolerance). This course will also cover religious art and iconography as a form of social-political commentary and protest in the Western world. Fulfills Foundations - Arts. Offered winter semester. Prerequisite: HNR 260. Corequisite: HNR 262.

Credits: 3

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