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GEOG 231 Religion, Spirit, and Environment
This course examines the many relationships between religion, spirit, and environment. Topics include religious realms and regions, the historical evolution of religious landscapes, the impact of religion on environmental attitudes and practices, and pilgrimage. The course will explore sacred space as it is interpreted in Hindu, Buddhist, Shinto, Taoist, Islamic, Christian, and various indigenous religious traditions. (LA)
Prerequisite: SoS or GEOG 100.
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