The MA in Religion and Public Life offers you the opportunity to examine the social, cultural, and political aspects of religion in a variety of historical contexts from antiquity to the 21st century. While the degree focuses on religion, its inherent interdisciplinary approach provides numerous engaging avenues of exploration. From a practical perspective the course work of the MA concentrates on case studies related to how aspects of religion interact with the “public sphere”. These case studies address how religious ideology and discourse have interacted with institutions such as the law, the state, the economy, the media, and many others. The MA in Religion and Public life is designed to be completed in one three-term year.

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