Academic Programs 

Islamic History II    (HI-625)
Fall 2006

This course continues the exploration of Islamic civilization, from the establishment of the pre-modern empires, through the colonization of the Islamic world by European powers, to the struggle for independence and the creation of modern Muslim nation-states. Emphasis will be given to the variety of ways Muslims have expressed their religious and social values in response to the challenges of modern social and political developments.



Meeting Day, Time and Dates: 
Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 9:20 p.m., beginning September 13

Ibrahim Abu-Rabi'
Professor of Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations

Contact Information:

(860) 509-9500


Course Syllabus

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