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Honors Seminars Spring 2012

Asian Religious Diversity in the Triangle

Course:
HON 398 Sec:001  
Credit:
1 hours  
GER Cat:
N/A  
Time:
13:00 - 15:00  
Days:
Fri  
Location:
Clark Hall 205  
Instructor:
Mr. Darby Orcutt
Senior Collection Manager for Humanities & Social Sciences
 
Restrictions:  
Description:

Primarily through participant-observer visits to places of worship (e.g., Hindu temple, Sikh gurudwara, Islamic mosque, Buddhist temple), students will have guided opportunities to learn, discuss, and reflect upon diverse religious practices of South and East Asian ethnic and immigrant communities within our local area. Apart from an introductory and a concluding classroom meeting, the class will meet for four (weekend) sessions during the semester to visit sites and services. Van transportation will be provided.