|Course level||Advanced Bachelor/Master, open to PhD staff and professionals|
||18 July to 1 August 2020|
|Recommended session 1 course combination
||Decolonizing Europe: History, Memory, Redress, Ethics: Moral Dilemmas (re-)considered in Light of Ethical Theorizing, The City Through a Philosopher's Eye|
|Co-ordinating lecturers||K.Francis Adebayo|
|Form(s) of tuition||Lectures, excursions, discussions, group work
|Form(s) of assessment||• In-class participation: 30%
• PowerPoint presentation: 30%
• Term paper: 40%
|Tuition fee||€1150, read more about what's included.|
This course aims to explore African religion, philosophy and culture, and how it has assimilated or resisted the rise of an increasingly globalised world. It will provide a different perspective of Africa, one which defies the negative stereotype that has defined the continent's past.
Lesson objectives also include the typical features of migrants’ churches and why they are so revered, especially within the Netherlands. The student should consider visiting an African Pentecostal church in the Netherlands and identify cultural and ethnic/tribal markers, whilst comparing them with features of typical churches of their country.