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ARTH 1174 Islamic Civilization (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This course introduces students to the rich culture produced in the regions where Islam was the prominent religion during the past 1400 years, from its rise in seventh-century Arabia to its position as the world's fastest-growing religion in the twenty-first century. It will cover the tenets of the faith and popular practice as reflected in the diverse and varied cultural expressions of Muslim peoples in the worlds of Islam, from China to Morocco.


Instructor(s): Sheila Blair and Jonathan Bloom

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with: HIST2101 THEO1174

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Last Updated: 05-Mar-14