Religion, governance and decision-making
This course provides substantive knowledge of the role of religion in domestic and international politics of different countries and how religion could be implemented into the practices of good governance. After the course, students will understand both historical and contemporary views on the place of religion in system of power and political processes. Another important aim of the course is to describe how religious identity could affect political decisions in modern world and to provide several cases of interplay between religion and politics.
Preconditions: English level upper intermediate
Hours: 48 hours lectures, 12 hours seminars
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