A new optional course for students of all levels
A new optional course starts in the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore and it can be taken by all PhD and MA, BA students. The course is: Vernacular Religion and Alternative Spirituality: Space, Place and Experience. FLKU.04.120 (3 ECTC). Dr Marion Bowman (The Open University, UK) will give lectures from 15th April to 8th May 2014. The course takes place in Ülikooli 16-214/215.
1)Tuesday, April 15th at 10.15 (Ülikooli 16 - 214) Defining folk, vernacular, and alternative religiosity: Rethinking religion?
2)Tuesday, April 22nd at 10.15 (Ülikooli 16 - 214) Consuming spirituality:materiality, money and religion
3) Friday, April 25th at 10.15 (Ülikooli 16 - 215) Glastonbury as contemporary multivalent pilgrimage site
4) Friday, April 25th at 14.15 (Ülikooli 16 - 214) Spirit of Place and Past: Stonehenge, Avebury and the reuse/rediscovery of ancient sacred sites
5) Tuesday, April 29th at 10.15 (Ülikooli 16 - 214) Mourning and Memorialisation: new patterns and perspectives
6) Tuesday, May 6th at 10.15 (Ülikooli 16 - 214) Creating Sacred Space: reclaiming and reframing place and past
7)Thursday, May 8th at 14.15 (Ülikooli 16 - 215) Rethinking religion through folk, vernacular, and alternative religiosity?
Everybody is welcome to attend!
Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore
E-mail: liilia.laaneman [ät] ut.ee
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