Hartford Seminary

Muslims in American Religious History: Comparative Perspectives on Race, Gender, and Politics (HI-628)

What makes Muslims an American religious minority? How have they shaped American religious history together with other groups? How have religious minorities participated in the American republic? And what can they learn from each other’s experiences? This course is an exploration into the history and contemporary life of a particular religious minority in conversation with parallel stories of other groups. Spanning the period from the late 18th to the early 21st century, we will examine Muslim engagements with quintessential themes of American life, such as race, freedom, gender and politics. We will approach each of these themes from a comparative standpoint, reflecting specifically on African-American, Jewish, Catholic and Buddhist experiences.

If you are not enrolled in a degree program but wish to register for this course, use the Online Registration for Special Students and Auditors.


Timur Yuskaev


Fall 2019

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