Throughout its long history, Korea has experienced and created various religious traditions and became one of the most religiously diverse societies. Korean culture includes a wide variety of religious elements that have shaped the Koreans' way of thinking and living, in the way rarely seen in the European traditions. The objectives of this course are to understand and appreciate the religious heritage of Korea. Instead of trying to abstractly define religions, this course will serve to identify religious practices in which Koreans are engaged. In the process, students will obtain an understanding of important religious concepts, theories, activities, and lives of the religious leaders from ancient times to the present.

Recent Sections Instructor(s) Syllabus
Fall 2018: 01-LEC B.Hyun Choo Syllabus Unavailable
Fall 2017: 01-LEC B.Hyun Choo Syllabus Unavailable

 

Please note that this is a beta version of the Classie website which is still undergoing development and testing before its official release.

 

The website and all content found on it are provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis.

For more information please contact tlt@stonybrook.edu