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    RE140 – Islam

    Islam is an historical and thematic introduction to Islamic traditions from the seventh century CE to the present day, focusing on fundamental texts and practices.

    Instructor(s)

    Associate Professor, Chair Peter Wright email

    Religion 140 Islam is an historical and thematic introduction to Islamic traditions from the seventh century CE to the present day, focusing on fundamental texts and practices. Topics typically include the Abrahamic context of Islam, the Prophet Muhammad, the Qur'an, the rise of sectarian movements (Shi'a and Sunni), ritual and pilgrimage, Islamic law, Sufism, women in Islam, the challenges of modernity, and Islam in America.

    Also listed as: PA199