Take an Anthropology of Religion Class

There are a number of openings in Anthropology of Religion classes for the upcoming Spring 2016 semester.

This course is a cross-cultural study of the forms and functions of religions, spiritual beliefs, and their associated rituals in various societies of Africa, Asia, aboriginal Australia, Oceania, South America, native North America, and elsewhere. The emphasis of the course is on understanding beliefs and rituals within their social contexts and on broad comparison to derive insight into the general functions of beliefs and rituals in human life.

If you are looking for a class to fill out your schedule, and it goes in your education plan, look at the availability below (which was correct as of Jan. 8) and consider adding one of these classes.

Sign up today!

ANTH 331 LEC
SCC MAIN  T06
P. LindellMW
01:30pm – 02:50pm
Jan 16 – May 18
18323
3.00 Units
Open
ANTH 331 LEC
SCC MAIN  T04  1
P. LindellTh
10:30am – 11:50am
Jan 16 – May 18
19125
3.00 Units
Open
ANTH 331 LEC
SCC MAIN  T04  1
P. LindellTBA
 
Jan 16 – May 18
19125
3.00 Units
Open
ANTH 331 LEC
SCC MAIN  T04  1
P. LindellT
02:30pm – 03:50pm
Jan 16 – May 18
18324
3.00 Units
Open
ANTH 331 LEC
SCC MAIN  T04  1
P. LindellTBA
 
Jan 16 – May 18
18324
3.00 Units
Open
ANTH 331 LEC
Davis Cntr  Davis  205
B. WynnMW
01:00pm – 02:20pm
Jan 16 – May 18
18322
3.00 Units
Open

For more information on all open classes, please visit the Los Rios Open Class webpage.