From studying environmental ethics to approaches to anthropology in Jewish studies and the exploration of Islam in Africa the Fall 2015 semester offerings from #UFreligion are as interesting as can be.
With strengths in religion & nature, religion & the Americas, religions of Asia and expertise in both textual studies and ethnographic research the department is offering a wide-range of courses that can appeal to students in multiple disciplines. In particular, courses on religion and violence, sacred geographies, modern Islamic thought, and religion & media are promising to students from various backgrounds.
For more information (time/date, location, section numbers) on the full course offerings in Fall 2015 check the REGISTRAR’S SITE.
If you have any questions, please Contact the Religion Department.