9 March 2021

Faith in Art: Spirituality and Lived Experience

This course explores the various ways in which art and faith can intersect by comparing two important strands within theological aesthetics, the first focusing on art as a bridge to the spiritual and transcendence, the other on the way art articulates human lived experience. Students will explore what different traditions can learn from each other with a view towards developing a better understanding of the nature of art and the role of faith in religious and non-religious artistic practices.


Dr. Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin
ICS 131201/2
31201 S21
Remote (Online Synchronous)
Intensive, June 15 - July 22, 2021
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1pm - 3pm EDT

(MWS, MA, PhD)


Syllabus


*Attention TST students: if you are interested in taking this course for credit, you must petition your college of registration to count the course credit toward your degree program.