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Histories of Religion in Colonial Worlds

Course guide for History 301A: "Histories of Religion in Colonial Worlds"

Cathedral of Strasbourg, France, ca. 1230.

"Church versus Synagogue" in a French cathedral: the Church, left, is a crowned young man with cross and chalice. The Synagogue is a blindfolded woman, her staff broken. She holds the Tables of the Law upside down.

Histories of Religion in Colonial Worlds

This guide supports library research for History 301A, "Histories of Religion in Colonial Worlds".

"Colonization" Palacio Nacional, Mexico City [fresco] 1951, Diego Rivera. Source: ArtStor

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