Islamophobia

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Reviewed by: Rashid Hussein
Date Reviewed: August 21, 2020
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. (From the Publisher)

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. (From the Publisher)

Teaching in a two-person religion program at a liberal arts college means you have the opportunity to teach in your field of study, and also in other areas of interest and expertise. It also means your students range from majors and minors to those seeking a general education course. For ...

Anti-Muslim bias manifests in antagonism or ill will towards Muslims and often builds upon white-supremacist, xenophobic, and racist tropes. Anti-Muslim bias can sometimes manifest as Islamophobia, which is antagonism towards the religion of Islam or towards regions of the world historically associated with Islam.  Anti-Muslim bias can be experienced by ...

I recently finished my fourth year of full-time teaching and I have noticed two consistent reactions that students have to course material in my Islam-focused courses (i.e., Islam, Islamic Mysticism, and The Qur’an): 1) Ability and willingness to readily acknowledge Islamophobia in American popular culture and 2) Appreciation for Sufi ...

When I was teaching public high school, a colleague in the history department approached me to express his concern about our world religions curriculum. “I am scared to touch it,” he said. What he meant, first of all, was that he felt unprepared to teach about religion. The material was ...

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