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Religion & International Development course, fall semester

Course: EDPA 5080 Special Topics: Religion and International Development
Offered: Fall 2011
Meets: Mondays, 01:25 P.M. - 04:15 P.M
Course Description:
International development influences and is influenced by religion, both institutionally and ideologically. This course explores development theory, religion and development policy, and the influence of various different religious cultures on economic, political and educational development, with particular attention to women, human rights, secularization,education and the role of religious NGOs.

For more information and a sample syllabus, contact the course instructors:
Dr. Robert Osburn osbu0001(at)umn.edu
Darin Mather mathe148(at)umn.edu

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