Class 15064 RELG 3360 - 001 (Lecture)
Conquests and Religions in the Americas, 1400s-1830s
Instructor Jalane Schmidt
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Jalane SchmidtTuTh 2:00PM - 3:15PMGibson Hall 141
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Enrollment: (Show Graph) 16 students (capacity 30)
Status: Open, Waitlist Available When Full
Units: 3
Meeting Dates: 08/23/2016 - 12/06/2016
Class Components: Lecture Required
Enrollment Requirements: None
Requirement Designation: Historical Studies and Non-Western Perspective
Class Attributes: None
Grading: Student Option
SIS Description: Beginning with Islamic-ruled Spain and the Aztec and Incan empires, the course examines historical changes in the religious practices of indigenous peoples, enslaved Africans and European settlers in Latin America and the Caribbean under European colonization and the transatlantic slave trade. Topics include: religious violence, human sacrifice, the Inquisition; missions; race, gender and sexuality; slavery, revolts, revolutions, nationalism.
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