HDS 2303

Religion in America: From the Coming of the Europeans to the 1870s

David D. Hall

Description

Encompassing both mainstream and insurgent, popular or new forms of religion (e.g., the Society of Friends, Mormonism, African-American Protestantism), this survey course deals with the history of Christian thought; changing patterns of religious practice, especially in relation to gender; and religion and society in the context of the regulating and/or liberating reform movements of the nineteenth century. Note: Course has additional hour to be arranged.

Enrollment Limited: No
Open to BTI Students: Yes
Jointly offered as Religion 1468

Scheduling

0.50 credits
Spring 2013
Mon Wed 10am-11am
FAS Sever Hall Room 102

Relationship to Program Requirements

Program Requirement Area / Category / Art / Designation
MTS Area(s) of Focus
  • History of Christianity
  • Religions of the Americas
  • Religion, Ethics, and Politics
  • Theology
MDiv Distribution Category/ies None
MDiv Art(s) of Ministry
  • Public Leadership, Community Organizing, and Planning
Language Course Designation(s) None