A Post-Secular Age? Religion, the State and Global Society (7016GIR)

This course is a postgraduate introduction to the relationships between globalisation, religion, identity politics, the state and international relations in the contemporary world. Are we moving towards a global civilisation in the twenty-first century? Or has globalisation accentuated religious, ethnic and cultural identities that foster social conflict and erode the authority and boundaries of the modern, secular state? This course helps students develop the contextual knowledge and analytical skills to critically evaluate arguments and make informed judgements about these questions. This course is offered: Nathan: Trimester 1 Incompatible: 7016GIR AND 7016IBA Religion, Politics and Globalisation

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 1

Usually available

Nathan Trimester 1

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