RELI 237: Religion and Art
RELI 237-002: Religion and Art
04:30 PM to 05:45 PM MW
Innovation Hall 207
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Course Information from the University Catalog
The course examines both the way that religious stories, images, ideas, and values have influenced the production and experience of art, and how art has historically been a primary means to express religious thought, feeling, and meaning. Thus, this course will examine the arts across different religions. The course will also examine the extent to which the artistic experience may be thought of as a kind of "religious" experience, and how even civil art projects convey a kind of civic or national "religion." Limited to three attempts.
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