HIST 3493: Islam: Religion and Culture

3 Credits

This course is a brief survey of the religion and civilization of Islam. It introduces students to 1) Islamic history from its inception in the seventh century CE to the present, with emphasis on the life of the Prophet Muhammad and the early Caliphate; 2) The authoritative texts of Islam, i.e. the Quran and Prophetic traditions (Hadith); 3) The institutions and discourses characteristic of Islamic civilization; and 4) The transformation of Muslim life and thought in the modern period. By taking this course, students become familiar with the chief ideas, characters, narratives, rites, localities, and movements associated with Islam. prereq: Soph or jr or sr

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B Average (2.902)Most Common: A (26%)

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46 students
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    Recommend
  • 4.30

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    Effort
  • 4.58

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    Understanding
  • 4.32

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    Interesting
  • 4.00

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