Teaching Islamic Studies in the Age of ISIS, Islamophobia, and the Internet

Teaching Islamic Studies in the Age of ISIS, Islamophobia, and the Internet
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Courtney M. Dorroll
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How can teachers introduce Islam to students when daily media headlines can prejudice students' perception of the subject? What are strategies for discussing Islam and violence without perpetuating stereotypes? Teaching Islamic Studies in the Age of ISIS, Islamophobia, and the Internet provides clear, feasible suggestions and theoretical tools to address the challenges teachers of Islamic Studies face.


Foreword: From Khomeini to Trump: A Reflection on Islamic Studies in America / Richard Martin

Introduction / Courtney Dorroll

Part I: Approaches and Theories

1. On Teaching Islam Across Cultures: Virtual Exchange Pedagogy / Courtney Dorroll, Kimberly Hall, Doaa Baumi

2. Questions of Taste: Critical Pedagogy and Aesthetics in Islamic Studies / Manuela Ceballos

3. Training Scholars to Study Non-Scholarly Life / Benjamin Geer

4. Islamic Religious Education and Critical Thought in European Plural Societies / Mouez Khalfaoui

5. Studying Islam and the ambivalence of the concept "religion" / Alfons H. Teipen

6. Paradigm Shifts for Translation and Teaching / William Maynard Hutchins

Part II: Islamophobia, and Islam and Violence

7. Interdisciplinary Education for Teaching Challenging Subjects: The Case of Islam and Violence / Laila Hussein Moustafa

8. The Immanent Imminence of Violence: Comparing Legal Arguments in a Post-9/11 World / Nathan S. French

9. Teaching Islamophobia in the Age of ISIS / Todd Green

Part III: Applications

10. From Medina to the Media: Engaging the Present in Historically-Oriented Undergraduate Courses on Islam / Sabahat F. Adil

11. Muslims Are People; Islam Is Complicated / Kecia Ali

12. The Five Questions about Islam Your Students Didn't Know They Had: Teaching Islamic Studies to an American Audience / Phil Dorroll

13. Reflective Practice in Online Courses: Making Islamic Studies Interactive and Approachable / Lyndall Herman

14. Teaching Islam and Gender /Shehnaz Haqqani



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