Language, Ideology, and Religion
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

An exploration of the theoretical and practical relationships between language, ideology, and religion through analyses of social-scientific theories and ethnographic or historical case studies. Emphasis is given to political-economic, ethno-cultural, socio-religious, and ecological conflicts related to colonial and neo-colonial contexts from around the world, including indigenous struggles.

Additional Course Information
Not available to students holding WLU credit for RE449H