ANTH 3255: Archaeology of Ritual and Religion

3 Credits

The course discusses evidence for the origins of religion and its diverse roles in human socieities over millennia. It focuses on how artifacts and architecture are essential to religious experience. It asks: What constitutes religion for different cultures? Why is religion at the heart of politics, social life, and cultural imagination?

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