|Name of course|
Contemporary religious studies 7.5 cr. (Religionsvetenskap idag)
13207 Master, 13224 freestanding course
Faculty of Education and Business
Telephone: 0046 73 4011058
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Period for course self-registration in Ladok: 17 Aug – 30 aug
The course adress the changing role of religion and culture in the late modern society. The course discuss how methods and theories in Religious Studies can be used as tools for understanding contemporary society and as means of developing a sustainable society. There are non-mandatory seminaries that are played in and you are able to see them on the learning platform Canvas. For exams you write a memo.
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