Rel 226. (HMS 226) From Black Death to AIDS: Plague, Pandemic, Ethics and Religion (4)

An investigation into the way religion and morality shape interpretations of plague and pandemics.  Three specific pandemics are examined: the bubonic plague of the 14th century, the 1918 influenza pandemic, and the current global AIDS crisis.  Moral issues provoked by institutional, political and social responses to pandemic disease are also considered.

Requirement: 
(HU)
Instructor: 
Steffen
Availability: 
Unavailable