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PRH 207

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This course comprises of a broad, interdisciplinary introduction to the practices and conceptions within Islam and the various ways they have been interpreted and represented. Topics will include the narratives of Islamic origins, the literary, theological, and ritual nature of the Qur’an, contemporary practices within Islamic communities, historical developments, and Sufism. HU

Edith Szanto

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