Specialization in Global History of Religions - ethnological-anthropological perspectives II
7.5 credits cr.
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For students admitted to the master program in the History of Religions, the course aims to provide an increased specialization and complementary studies in the History of Religions beyond the intended specialization of the master thesis.
The course is also open for students not enrolled in the master program in the History of Religions and offers a specialization in the History of Religions. The course discusses academic literature relevant to the History of Religions, and provide advanced knowledge in ethnological and anthropological perspectives.
Please notice that this is an individual literature course with no schedule, lecture or group seminar. For more information about the course’s structure, examination and assessment, see the Syllabus document.