THEO 3120: Revolution, Sprituality and Religion in Latin America

Code

THEO 3120

LENGUAGE

English

Terms

Summer I, Summer II, Fall, Spring,

Credit

3

REQUIREMENTS

NONE

FEES

$ USD 795

This course provides students with a panoramic view of the influence of gods and religions on Latin America. The Latin American region represents one of the richest religions in the world, and runs through the entire Latin American continent, including Brazilian Budu to teach emerging Islam, Judaism and Christianity. The region also has a significant impact on sustainable development and ecological thinking.

We will review the Latin American region’s successful combination of religion and sustainable development and the most influential thinkers, such as Leonardo Boff. The course also covers historical analysis and the impact of various tendencies on cultural, social and political aspects of Latin America.

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