Religion in the Middle East (F17)

Course content

My teaching is research driven and interdisciplinary. This means that this course offers:

  • Study of a wider range of religious traditions and in more depth than any other course in the field: Judaism, Samaritan, Christianity, Sabbean, Islam, Baha´i, and new Religions in their doctrinal and regional varieties, as well as the local religious cultures of the Middle Eastern and North Africa.

  • Strongly interdisciplinary and methodologically diverse, and intellectually rigorous approaches, ensuring advanced and comprehensive learning in theoretical approaches to religion as well as in historical, philosophical, sociological, and textual approaches to the study of particular religious traditions.

Students may pursue a special interest in one tradition, but they are also expected to learn about theories and methods in the study of religions.

Learning Outcome
Education

KA i Mellemøstens sprog og samfund, 2008

Kandidatsidefaget i arabisk eller tyrkisk, 2008

Learning outcome

KA 2008-studieordning/ kandidatsidefag:
Religion i Mellemøsten (fagelementkode HMØK03681E)

Emnekursus B (fagelementkode HMØK03721E )

Teaching syllabus and texts will be handed out at the beginning of the course

Teaching syllabus and texts will be handed out at the beginning of the course

ECTS
15 ECTS
Type of assessment
Other
Criteria for exam assessment

Single subject courses (day)

  • Category
  • Hours
  • Preparation
  • 384,5
  • Lectures
  • 28
  • English
  • 412,5