Religion

Perhaps paradoxically, or contrary to expectations, globalization seems to have made religion more important than ever. For Cultural Anthropology 2020, we read Guest chapter 13 on “Religion” in Cultural Anthropology: A Toolkit for a Global Age.

In the next class we finished the textbook with the “Art and Media” chapter.



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