Major - Religion and the Environment

RLCT 3507  Religion and the Environment


Any 18 credits completed.


RLCT 3105 if taken in 2007-2008 or Spring 2008


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




This course will examine the role of religion in shaping attitudes towards the environment. Some of the guiding questions for the course will be: how is religious belief connected to ideas about the natural world? Does religion have a vital role to play in solving the environmental crisis? Are attitudes towards women and nature linked? Are there links between environmentalism and social justice?

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