Modern Muslim Histories (HI-625)
This course offers an in-depth introduction to modern Muslim histories from the 16th to the 21st centuries. Utilizing a variety of sources, from primary to secondary and fiction, it engages big questions – modernity, “Muslim World,” colonialism, nationalism, globalization, diversity, memory, and religion – through case studies centered in and across sub-Saharan Africa, Middle East/Europe, south and southeast Asia, and North America.
Course fulfills the following curricular requirements:
MAIRS - Islamic Studies: Foundational Fields
MAC - Islamic Chaplaincy elective
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