Each student is also required to complete a “project” (of sorts) which will be summarized in a 7-10 page written essay. The project can be on any a topic of your choice. This may include reading a book (scholarly, spiritual, historical or fictional) or viewing a movie with a religious theme and writing a reflection coupled with a modest amount of research or historical/critical reflection. It could be a review of a religious piece of art, a reflection on a visit to a worship space, monastery, shrine, reading room, mosque or temple. This may not be a place you regularly attend, have visited during a previous quarter, or an assignment you have done for some other course. Some suggestions have been provided in the Additional Internet Resources and Links for the Study of Religion/Local Worship Places tab. The project might also involve an account of your visit to a worship service (other than your own faith) coupled with some preliminary research, or an interview with a person of another faith. All projects must move beyond a mere summary of the experience or readings to an integration and dialogue of the material with course-related themes, questions or issues. Please include some sort of bibliography with your work.
https://gradehunters.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/logo-300x60.png 0 0 paul https://gradehunters.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/logo-300x60.png paul2022-06-06 11:11:472022-06-06 11:11:47Comparative Religions