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REL 213 - Perspectives on Death and Dying


FDR: HU
Credits: 3
Prerequisite: At least sophomore standing. A comparison of ways in which various religious traditions, as well as modern secular writers, describe and conceive of death and the meaning of life in the face of our human mortality. Students study memoirs, philosophy, poetry, novels, scripture, essays, and film, and write a journal and essays. Includes guest speakers and visits to a funeral home and cemetery. Note: Should not be repeated by those students who have taken this class as REL 180 or 181: First-year seminar. Marks.





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