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SOANĀ 235: Introduction to Islamic Feminisms

This course focuses on the theories, political goals, strategies, and activities of the emerging trends of Islamic feminisms. After mapping the landscape of this movement and identifying its different manifestations, students investigate Islamic feminists' readings and interpretations of the Quran, Hadith, and Islamic history. The course examines methods Islamic feminists use in interpreting and reinterpreting such sources, politics and strategies they employ, and the impact of their work on Muslim women's lives worldwide. Offered annually in the fall or spring semester. Counts toward women's and gender studies major and concentration.

Environmental Studies

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...Policy and Regulation ENVST 235 Sustainable Development 1...National Park (off-campus) SOAN 222 Cultural Anthropology...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...Ethics SOAN 235 Introduction to Islamic Feminisms SOAN 246 LGBTQA Lives and Issues SOAN 260...

Middle Eastern Studies

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...East ID 235 Introduction to Modern Middle Eastern Studies REL 248 Judaism SOAN 235 Introduction...

Linguistic Studies

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...231 Intermediate Latin LATIN 235 Medieval Latin LNGST...Research in Auditory Cognition) SOAN 234 Native North...