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Fall class: (Mis)Understanding Islam Today (ANTHRO 1661/HSEMR-LE 75)

Poster (fall 2017)

This interdisciplinary course, with ​Q-scores of 4.6 and ​4.8, explores key controversies – suicide bombings, Islamism, Muslim minorities, gender, blasphemy – to understand Muslim cultures & societies, and as a tool for self-reflection.

First meeting: Wed 30​ Aug, 4-6pm (note: ​final course-time will be set according to enrolled students’ preferences; no prior familiarity with Islam required; open to all years/concentrations.)

Gen Ed credit info: ​​In addition to Anthro/NELC credit, this course ​can potentially ​off-set the following Gen Ed requirements: Societies of the World / US in the World (current GenEd), Social Science requirement (new GenEd) — check course website for details.











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