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RS 170: Religion and Popular Culture

Course CodeRS 170
Course TitleReligion and Popular Culture
  • Spring 2012 (Instructor: Chandler Siobhan)
  • Fall 2012 (Instructor: TBA)
Course LocationOnline
Credit Weight0.5
Online Course Description

An examination of the role that religion and myth play in popular culture, including television, cinema, music, fashion, and sport.

Course Work and ExamSpring 2012 syllabus (see note 1)
Author(s)Kline Scott
  • CD-ROM (optional)
Special Notes1) Formerly RS 101.
2) This course fulfills an Area 3B requirement for Religious Studies majors.
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