Browse Diversity on Campus/Equity and Access by Series/Report "AAS258 Spring 2011 Muslims in America"

  • Kumars Salehi (2011-08)
    The realization of a transnational feminist paradigm has been a fundamental project of recent Western feminist theory and activity. Despite the wish to engage constructively and respectfully with the discourse of Islamic ...

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  • Ryan Van Tress (2011-08)
    This project compares the understanding that members of the editorial board of the Daily Illini have of representation of Muslims and Islam in the Daily Illini with archives and students’ perceptions of the same. The ...

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  • Isra Shatat (2011-08)
    Islam has used the Hip Hop culture in many ways to deliver the message of the religion but most importantly to bring people together through similar interests and beliefs. This paper discusses the level of impact of Islam ...

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  • Ali Razfar (2011-08)
    One of the leading views on dating within Islam, according to the president of Islamic Research Foundation International, is that a man and a woman should not have physical intimacy before they are married. In recent times, ...

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