Curricula

Curricula from past courses related to Islamic Studies.

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Sufism: The “Heartbeat” and Soul of Islam?

Secondary and Undergraduate Levels

Michael McKale, professor of philosophical and religious studies, Saint Francis University

Objectives:

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

• outline the fundamental beliefs of Sufism
• evaluate the role of Sufism within Egypt

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A Political Analysis of Literature

Secondary Level

Created by Christine Casey, Pittsburgh Public School, Fulbright Hays GPA Egypt 2009 Participant

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The Qur’an and Islamic Art

Secondary Level

Fran Leap, associate professor of humanities, Seton Hill University

As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:

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Umm Kulthum: Her Life and Legacy, Al-Bustan Seed of Culture K-12 Curriculum

Secondary Level

Umm Kulthum: Her Life and Legacy:
a curriculum unit about pre-eminent Egyptian diva that is designed to align with and incorporate American Common Core Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies and Science

Developed by Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture, Al-Bustan Digital Education is an online resource with interactive learning and playing applications to further educators’ and students’ understanding and appreciation of the Arabic language, arts, culture, and history.

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Arabic Alphabet Game, Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture K-12 Curriculum

Primary - Secondary Levels

Developed by Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture, Al-Bustan Digital Education is an online resource with interactive learning and playing applications to further educators’ and students’ understanding and appreciation of the Arabic language, arts, culture, and history.

Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture is dedicated to presenting and teaching the Arabic language, arts, and culture.

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Who Speaks for Islam?

Secondary and Undergraduate Levels

Who Speaks for Islam? is about this silenced majority. This book is the product of the Gallup World Poll's massive, multiyear research study. As part of this groundbreaking project, Gallup conducted tens of thousands of interviews with residents of more than 35 nations that are predominantly Muslim or have significant Muslim populations. Co-Authored by by Dalia Mogahed, (the Islamic Center of Pittsburgh representative to CERIS from 2002 - 2004) and Dr. John Esposito. A teacher's guide for use in the classroom is available at link below.

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Anthropology of Islam 2013

Undergraduate

David W. Montgomery, PhD, Anthropology

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Anthropology of Islam 2012

Undergraduate

David W. Montgomery, PhD, Anthropology

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