religion and medicine
Syllabi - Topic: religion and medicine - 6 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A course by Lance Laird at Boston University aimed at cultivating "a critical and empathetic understanding of how Muslims practice healing informed by and in conversations" with Islam.
A 2011 course by Wesley Wildman at Boston University about the conversations between science and religion around health and healing.
A 2007 course by Wendy Cadge at Brandeis University examines "the relationship between religion, health, and healing in the contemporary United States."
A 1999 course by Edward Tomaciewicz at DePaul University provides "a cross cultural look at notions related to the body in its well and diseased states including the significance of âplaguesâ and AIDS as a socio-religious and spiritual event."
A course by Stephanie Mitchem at the University of South Carolina employs anthropology of religion methods to study religious healing.
A 2015 course by Corey Harris at Alvernia University is a "study and analysis of concepts in fundamental moral theology, particular forms of addiction, and the social ethics implications of those addictions."