Religion in America
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Religion in America
America often has been defined paradoxically as both the "most religious" and "least religious" of nations. This course, a historical survey of American religious life, will trace the unique story of American religion from colonial times to the present. Guiding our exploration will be the ideas of "contact," "conflict," and "combination." Along the way, we will examine the varieties of religious experiences and traditions that have shaped and been shaped by American culture such as, Native American traditions, Puritan life and thought, evangelicalism, immigration, African-American religious experience, women's movements, and the on-going challenges of religious diversity. Readings include sermons, essays, diaries and fiction, as well as secondary source material. 2 hrs. lect. 1 hr. disc. (formerly RELI/HIST/AMCV 0170)
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AMST 0170

All Sections in Fall 2009

Fall 2009

AMST0170A-F09 Lecture (Schueneman)
AMST0170X-F09 Discussion (Schueneman)
AMST0170Y-F09 Discussion (Schueneman)
AMST0170Z-F09 Discussion (Schueneman)