The course draws on the insights from cultural studies and postmodern reflection, enabling students to identify and describe embodied issues facing our moment (globalization, colonialism, nationalism, gender, etc.), to understand the contours and limitations of a Westernized, Christian imagination, and to dare to imagine healing and reconciliation in the midst of these issues and limitations. Imagining reconciliation
means, in part, doing the work of sharing a story, a vision, and an identity with those who are not like us.
Year 3 or 4 standing in the major.