Ethnographic study of religious practice and social life of contemporary Muslim communities worldwide, including shared tradition, cultural diversity, community and personhood, gender, politics, and Islamic revitalization. Prerequisite: ANTH 021 or ANTH 028.
Jonah Steinberg ()
DATES: June 30 - August 8, 2014; Prerequisites: Anth 021
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