Religion and Globalization: Gender and Theory
February 1, 2021
This curricular module guide explores gender and theory in the relationship between religion and globalization, complicating the traditional secularization thesis that religion will become less important as societies progress. The guide expands on the "Religion and Globalization: Gender and Theory" virtual course module by assembling open-access sources and providing discussion questions on theory and gender in the globalization of religion.
These materials are designed to engage students with the following issues:
- historical and contemporary processes of the globalization of religion, global denominationalism, and religious-secular dynamics
- gender and globalization
related guide | Religion and Globalization: Catholicism and Islam
This guide is part of the Berkley Center's Religion and World Affairs Virtual Course Modules, a collection of curricular modules that draws on open-access articles and multimedia sources to support online learning in higher education.