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Religion, Ecology, and Human Rights
Diane L. Moore
Through an analysis of several case studies from across the globe, we will explore the intersections of religion, ecology, and human rights as they play out in differing social/cultural contexts. This cross-disciplinary investigation is focused on understanding the complex forces that shape conflicts between the preservation and distribution of natural resources and human well-being while also identifying strategies and resources to promote peace and sustainable coexistence. Special attention will be given to the ways that religion functions in particular contexts and conflicts.
Enrollment Limited: No
Open to BTI Students: Yes
Expected to be offered Fall 2013
Course times to be announced.
Course location to be announced.
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