Nature, Science & Religion

Nature, Science & Religion What is understood by nature? How is it differentiated from culture? Anthropology contributes to the rethinking of the nature-culture divide in current religious and scientific debates around the world. Topics covered in these courses include:  Science, Technology, Religion, Nature, Environments

    • 1130 6.0 Anthropology of the Living and the Dead: The Anthropology of Immortality
    • 2200 6.0 Anthropology of Religion and Science
    • 3130 3.0/6.0 Archaeology and Society: Local Pasts in a Global Present
    • 3270 6.0 The Anthropology of Outer Space
    • 3320 6.0 Religious Ritual and Symbolism
    • 3560 6.0 Anthropology of the Senses
    • 3570 6.0 Anthropology, Islam & Muslim Societies
    • 4240 3.0 Nature, Culture, Power: The Anthropology of Environment
    • 4250 6.0 Religious Movements in Global Perspective
    • 4450 3.0 Anthropology of the City
    • 4560 6.0 The Anthropology of Science & Technology