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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2019

AAAS 22.50 Islam in America

Muslim Ban? Malcolm X? Enslaved Muslims? Hijab? This course is about Muslims in America, past, present, and future, and how American Islam is an extension of global Islam and the ways it is uniquely American. As we study religious identity and understandings of Islam in enslaved Muslim narratives, the civil rights movement, waves of immigration, pre- and post- 9/11, and the current Muslim ban, we pay close attention to theorizations of contested histories, race, gender, and class dynamics, intersectionality, model minorityhood, assimilation, discrimination, and Malcolm X’s visit to Dartmouth College, the history and the significance of the Malcolm X murals in the Shabazz building. 

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:TMV; WCult:W

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