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An in-depth discussion about the issues of state power, the media and popular culture, and how American Muslims must navigate these issues while maintaining their religious integrity.
This course places Islam within a world historical framework, and provides a foundation for understanding contemporary Muslim societies and transnational Islam.
An academic study of the modern issues surrounding the life of the Prophet Muhammad, and explores the major themes, historical consequences and historiographical issues relevant to it.
An in-depth historical overview of Islam in BlackAmerica. Our inquiry will assume the multi-layered contexts of race, religion, culture, politics and history in America, as well as the relationship between America and the broader Muslim world.
A course that surveys classical Islamic theology and how other branches of Islamic thought such as Islamic law and legal theory, metaphysical spirituality, psychology, and ethics complemented the scope and content of how Muslims spoke of God and the world.
An intermediary course on the foundations of Islamic law and legal thought. The goal of this course is to understand the mechanisms of Islamic legal theory, how they were formulated, and their implications on modern Muslim issues today.
This course will survey present American-Muslim socio-political/cultural realities, and provide insight into analyzing and speaking to the community effectively by utilizing the Prophetic model.
This course will feature introductions to three topics: the essentials of Islamic theology and creed; an intro to Islamic devotional law; and an overview of the foundations of Islamic ethics and the spiritual framework.