Religion and Media
Syllabi - Topic: Religion and Media - 10 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A 2006 course by Ari Goldman and Sree Sreenivasan at Columbia University "aims at preparing students to work as religion writers on newspapers and magazines or for broadcast and new media outlets."
A 2009 course by Benjamin Hubbard at California State University, Fullerton.
A course by Brent Plate at Hamilton College explores "the interrelations between religious traditions and media" from oral culture through modern day.
A course by Andy Rotman at Smith College uses Indian film to explore its topic.
A 2013 course by Sarah Morice-Brubaker at Phillips Theological Seminary reflects on "social media and its potential use in ministry."
A 2007 course by Diane Winston at the University of Southern California about "how religious beliefs and behaviors are embedded, embodied and emplotted on television drama" with special attention to post 9/11 TV.
A 2008 course by Mehrzad Boroujerdi and Gustav Niebuhr at Syracuse University explores the intersections of religion, media, and international relations.
A 2010 course by Gustav Niebuhr at Syracuse University studies "how news organizations describe religion's place in the public realm, form the heart of this course."
A 2008 course by Arvind Rajagopal at New York University analyzes religion from historical and philosophical perspectives.
A 1998 course by Warren Frisina at Hofstra University "is a not a media course. It is a religion course that pays special attention to the way religion effects news media, and the way the news media affect religion."