AFR 340T AFR 340T. African Religious Culture and Creativity. 3 Hours.
Same as Religious Studies 360C and Theatre and Dance 357T (Topic 7). Examine religion as an aesthetic practice and explore the inventiveness of the imagination that underlines African religious practices. Study religious practices spanning from the pre-colonial and post-colonial eras to the contemporary period particularly in urban centers. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Only one of the following may be counted: African and African Diaspora Studies 340T, 372G (Topic: Afr Relig Cultur/Creativity), Religious Studies 360 (Topic: Afr Relig Cultur/Creativity), 360C, Theatre and Dance 357T (Topic: Afr Relig Cultur/Creativity), 357T (Topic 7). Prerequisite: For theatre and dance majors, consent of instructor; for all others, upper-division standing.