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RELG 103     Studying Islam (in the West)  (4)

An introduction to the central methods and controversies involved in the academic study of Islam. The course focuses on the most frequently studied themes in Islamic intellectual and social histories, including major events, sectarian divides, intellectual traditions, and efforts to envision the place of Islam in the modern world. Attention is given to the methodological tensions caused by post-colonial critiques of the Western discipline of Islamic studies. Students engage in critical reflection on the place of Islam specifically and religion in general in contemporary social and political spheres.

Women's and Gender Studies

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...who have completed RELG 141. RELG 144 Introduction...especially emphasized. Prerequisite: ARTH 103 or ARTH 104...

Approved Electives in Women's and Gender Studies

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...who have completed RELG 141. RELG 144 Introduction...especially emphasized. Prerequisite: ARTH 103 or ARTH 104...