CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC THOUGHT AND PRACTICE
2012 Fall Term
Religious Studies 304
This course will explore - thematically rather than cronologically - major trends in contemporary Islamic thought and practice through a study of key thinkers and a close reading of their works. Such trends include modernism, reformism, fundamentalism, nationalism, centrism, liberalism and feminism.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: RELIGST 212 OR RELIGST 135 OR HISTRY 135 OR ARABIC 141 OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR
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