REL 3170 - Religion and Gender

Considers questions of gender as they relate to religion and its study. Particular attention is given to the ways in which gender roles and relations between the genders are constructed, defined, articulated, justified, supported, contested, and reformulated in various religious traditions, both throughout history and in contemporary contexts, and in interaction with other social, cultural, and political systems and institutions.

Credits: 4 hours

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