Sociology of Religion

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Jerome Bauer's Sociology of Religion Courses

For official information about the Religious Studies Program, please contact Professor
Ahmet Karamustafa, akaramus@artsci.wustl.edu.

 

ReSt 260 "Theories of Religion"

ReSt 3393 "Miracles, Marvels, and Magic"

ReSt 470 [UC] "Topics in Religious Studies: Fundamentalisms East and West"

 

Washington University Sociology of Religion
Courses

(This page is under construction; suggestions are welcome! Please contact Jerome Bauer)

 

For information about the Religious Studies Program, please contact the Program Chair,
Professor
Ahmet Karamustafa.

Students interested in the sociology of religion might consider a double major in Religious Studies
and
Social Thought and Analysis; please contact Professor John Bowen. Potential minors might
include
Political Science, Anthropology, Psychology, Economics, or History.

 

Anth 4242 Social Movements (Professor Bret Gustafson)
[Last taught Autumn 2003]

 

Sociology of Religion Links

(Neither I nor anyone else at Washington University necessarily endorse these websites).

(This page is under construction)

 

Society for the Scientific Study of Religion (SSSR)

New Religious Movement Links

 

 

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