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Course registration for Spring 2018 open until Jan. 29

Course registration for Spring 2018 open until Jan. 29

Have a look at this semester's course offerings in Islamic Studies at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including Prof. Yilmaz's HIST 387 - Europe and the Middle East, 600-1900, Prof. Dakake's RELI 365 - Muhammad: Life and Legacy, and Prof. Sachedina's RELI 645 - Muslim Comparative Theologies: Sunni-Shi'i Religious Thought.

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An interview with Professor Abdulaziz Sachedina on his life and scholarship

An interview with Professor Abdulaziz Sachedina on his life and scholarship

Prof. Sachedina, who holds the IIIT Chair of Islamic Studies at Mason and whose career spans more than three decades of scholarly work, is a major figure in contemporary Islamic thought. His pioneering excavations of classical Islamic sources in relation to major contemporary themes such as democracy, human rights, and biomedical ethics have established him as a scholar of truly international standing.

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Center to host Book Review Colloquium at Fall for the Book 2017

Center to host Book Review Colloquium at Fall for the Book 2017

The Ali Vural Ak Center for Global Islamic Studies is pleased to announce the program of the 2017 Book Review Colloquium on Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies. The Colloquium, held in cooperation with Fall for the Book on Oct. 12, will feature book reviews of recent noteworthy publications in the broader field of Islamic Studies by graduate students across a diverse set of institutions.

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