Hate Your Policies, Love Your Institutions

Author: John Waterbury
The first session of the CERIS Faculty Readers' Forum centered on this article from Foreign Affairs, January/February 2003. Online discussion took place January 6–20, 2006, and was facilitated by Kurt Werthmuller of Geneva College.


In the Shade of the Tree: A Photographic Odyssey Through the Muslim World

Author: Peter Sanders
A breathtaking look at the Muslim world through the lenses of an internationally acclaimed photographer.


Muslims in America: Seven Centuries of History (1312-2000)

Author: Amir Muhammad
An Eye-opening survey of Muslim American history dating back before Columbus.


Muslims (Slave) Uprising of 1835: Slave Rebellion in Brazil

A remarkable event in history that provided the impetus for the eventual ending of slavery in the Americas. Inspired by Islamic teachings, African Muslim slaves faced intimidation, spoke out about their lives and lead an uprising that changed the world.



Author: Edward Wadie Said
CERIS Faculty Readers' Forum choice for February 8, 2007.


Science in Medieval Islam

Author: Howard R. Turner
This book offers a fully illustrated, highly accessible introduction to an important aspect of Islam's Golden Age - the scientific achievements of medieval Islam.


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