Oswestry, United Kingdom, September 17, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- New part-time Anthropology of Religion courses are coming to North Shropshire College’s Oswestry campus from Tuesday, 22nd September; the course will be taken by Bristol University PhD Candidate Jack Hunter. The new course acts as an introduction to the anthropology of religion and builds to studying the experiential side of religion. The course is open to everyone, religious or non-religious.
The course tutor, Jack Hunter, who is currently studying the experience of mediums during their trances has written anthropology of religion e-book; ‘Why People Believe in Spirits, Gods and Magic’ and has edited two books; ‘Strange Dimensions: A Para-anthropology Anthology’ and ‘Talking with the Spirits’. Jack commented on his new course saying, "This course acts as an introduction to studying the Anthropology of Religion, giving people a basic understanding of the subject. I hope people who go on this course will think of religion more critically."
For more information about this course or to book a place, please visit www.nsc.ac.uk or call Oswestry Campus Reception on 01691 688000.