An interdisciplinary study of the cross-cultural variations regarding human responses to death and the differing cosmological implications these suggest. Death, a cultural universal, is addressed in its diversity from both anthropological and sociological perspective. The topic of death as experienced by several major regions and cultures of the world is explored including Asia, India, Bali, Middle East, Melanesia and Native Americans; historical trends in Western Europe and the Americas are assessed regarding the evolution of contemporary perspectives on mortality. ATH 234 and SOC 234 cannot both be taken for credit. Recommend: A prior course in Anthropology or Sociology. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide ).
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|CRN||Campus / Bldg / Rm||Time||Days||Dates|
|41620||Sylvania Campus / ST / 100||01:00 PM-02:50 PM||TuTh||22-Sep-2015 thru 10-Dec-2015|
Instructor: Terry S Daugherty
Tuition: credit Fees: $0.00